From Education

Competition for City of Culture 2021 Launched

The bid is now formally underway after Matt Hancock, Minister of State responsible for digital and culture policy at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, officially launched the competition in Hull. The Coventry City of Culture Trust has been working on a bid for more than a year and now knows key dates and …

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Historical Talk

On Friday 23 September, 7pm, at Earlsdon Methodist Church, there is an open meeting organised by the Earlsdon Research Group: The Beginning of Earlsdon and the Freehold Land Society, a talk by David Fry, the Warwickshire historian whose publications include ‘The Coventry We Have Lost’ books 1 and 2. Cost £3, concessions £2; refreshments and …

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Beechwood Avenue petition extended

The petition for a safe crossing on Beechwood Ave near the junction with Rochester Road has now been extended till the end of February. Paper petitions are also now available. If you would like to host one please let the petition organiser know via ECHO. You can still sign online. Thanks.

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Warwick University Chancellor’s Commission

The Chancellor’s Commission at the University of Warwick is investigating the University’s future role in the region. Designed to provide a clear long-term vision, the Commission works to ensure as many different voices and opinions are heard. The University wants to hear what you think the main challenges are for our local community, and how …

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Resource Centre cash and courses

Thanks to all those who collected the Wish tokens for Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind.  They will receive £382.38 as a share from the Coventry Telegraph campaign. The Cook and Eat Well sessions for visually impaired people have been taking place in the teaching kitchen on Wednesday mornings and have proved very popular – …

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Modern European History course for adults

The European History Workshop, run by tutor Dr Angela Jianu, is an established history seminar open to all in the heart of Earlsdon. New members are always welcome. Those interested can express an interest by logging on to the website or they can simply turn up for the first session. Here is an outline of …

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