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The Council has issued a call to all businesses in the city to see if they can help source some vital supplies.
Today (Monday 6 April) sees Citizen open some new supported housing accommodation in Hillfields, Coventry.
Urgent funds are being made available to cultural and physical activity-based organisations and small businesses in Coventry to help them through the COVID-19 crisis.
The Council is appealing for help from any city business or organisation with a laser cutting machine.
The former ABC cinema in the heart of Coventry city centre is set to become a new music venue.
Coventry City Council is continuing to prioritise household waste and recycling collections during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Passport to Leisure and Learning scheme could merge with Coventry’s successful Go CV card if Councillors give their approval next week (7 April).
THREE members of Children’s Services staff have gone way beyond expectations and have been self-isolating in a children’s home.
Neighbourhood officers in the Hillfields area of Coventry have worked with a local food wholesaler to donate a bumper crop of fruit and veg to a care home.
Coventry businesses affected by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic can now apply to the Government’s Small Business Grant Fund and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund.
Council Tax payments are set to be collected as normal from April – but the Council’s message to residents is to get in touch as soon as possible if you’re struggling because of the current situation
Four of the city’s eight Family Hubs are to close temporarily from Monday March 30 as measures to slow the spread of Coronavirus increase.
People across the country are being asked to join a #clapforcarers event tonight to thank the NHS workers who are working tirelessly throughout the ongoing COVID-19(coronavirus) pandemic in the UK.
In line with government advice to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, organisers have taken the decision to cancel this year's Armed Forces Day.
Coventry’s Children’s Services staff are working hard to ensure the city’s most vulnerable young people are supported during the COVID-19 virus.
All of Coventry’s libraries closed from the end of Monday 23 March as a response to Coronavirus.
Due to the latest government guidance, the Job Shop has closed its building and switched to a limited digital service effective as of Wednesday 25 March.
Councillor John McNicholas has been named as Deputy Lord Mayor of Coventry for 2020-21 and will become Lord Mayor the following year.
Transport bosses are today urging the public not to use buses, trains and trams unless absolutely essential to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus.
Coventry’s year as European City of Sport in 2019 saw a massive investment in sport and leisure, thousands getting active, and created a legacy for years to come.
Coventry’s library service is taking a number of actions from Monday in response to Government advice on coronavirus to ensure this important resource for residents can continue safely.
In light of the latest Government and Public Health advice regarding Coronavirus, Coventry City Council has taken the decision to cancel this year’s Godiva Festival.
Despite the current challenges with the COVID – 19, Coventry Citizens Advice will continue to provide advice for those who need it despite their offices being closed to the public.
Peak time restrictions on concessionary tram and bus passes will be lifted during the early morning rush hour to make it easier for the region’s older citizens and disabled people to get their shopping.
This week, Coventry City Council added its name to a charter aimed at helping employees who become terminally ill at work
Council Leader, Cllr George Duggins, addressed yesterday's Full Council on the Coronavirus situation, thanking health workers and urging people to work together and support one another.
Wednesday 18 March marks Child Exploitation Awareness Day, which aims to raise awareness of the signs of a child being exploited, as well as how to help prevent or report it.
The Upper Stoke by-election in Coventry this Thursday (19 March) will take place as planned.
Residents and businesses will be asked to give their views on a package of schemes which will enable reductions in Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) levels to be achieved in Coventry without the need to introduce a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ D).
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