Category: News

Councillor’s Black Horse Heritage Proposal

Cllr Bally Singh has setup the following petition to try and preserve the legacy of the Black Horse pub for the future. It accepts that demolition is preferable to a driving charge, but aims to restore some of the former pub building for an alternative use at another location. Please sign here if you support …

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EARLSDON FESTIVAL 2022

Planning has begun for the Earlsdon Festival this year and, all being well, it will take place on Monday 2nd May. The festival team are now accepting applications for stalls on Earlsdon Street (£50 each), the Earlsdon Primary School playground (£25 each), and food pitches on Earlsdon Street (£150 each).If you would like to apply …

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Rochester Road Development

Residents of Rochester Road have contacted ECHO about an outline planning application (ref: OUT/2021/3710) for 4 new homes on a small patch of land on the bottom of their road. Their concern is that the new owners have cleared the land, other than the trees with a temporary preservation order, and they feel it is …

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CULFC Fund Raising Update

Latest progress on the fundraising by Earlsdon based Michael Mogan to support the women of Coventry United Ladies Football Club who were left high and dry two days before Christmas. https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/supporting-coventry-uniteds-ladies?fbclid=IwAR1n6hFXFQBr1wmdypJ7FGSNkdlfkA1TWXAwp0hqwzoInpZtoXNnDnB8gs4

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Statement From Coventry United Ladies Football Club

“With regret the board of directors have instructed BK Plus Limited to assist with placing the company/club into creditors voluntary liquidation. At this point we cannot go into detail. However, if you require further information please email any queries to: richard.tonks@bkplus.co.uk kim.richards@bkplus.co.uk We would like to thank everyone for the support over the last 7 …

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Albany Theatre Postpones Panto

The Albany Theatre has taken the difficult decision to postpone its first community Panto. Uncertainty over the threat of Omicron makes it too risky to go ahead. The show now moves to February half-term. The Albany’s CEO and Artistic Director, Kevin Shaw, explained: “The Trust has taken expert, specific and local advice, and whilst there …

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Traffic Calming Petition

Cllr Antony Tucker presented a petition at the December Full Council meeting, responding to residents’ concerns about the speed of traffic along Spencer Avenue, Spencer Road and Newcombe Road. The petition calls for speed reduction measures on these roads. The petition, which had 71 signatures, is now closed and local councillors hope to work to …

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