From Parks

GODIVA FESTIVAL 2018 DATES ANNOUNCED

The Godiva Festival, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, is moving to a new date this summer. Festival organisers today announced the event will this year be held in the War Memorial Park from 31 August to 2 September. Contrary to what people may have heard on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire, this is NOT …

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Effects of Cabling Works on Hearsall Common

Update posted by Cllr Bally Singh via HERA Facebook page: Following concerns regarding the untidy state of Hearsall Common left by the works from Western Power, the following steps are being taken to remediate. If any resident has any other concerns they can contact Des Gelly directly on 07850 720176 or email dgelly@westernpower.co.uk “Areas of …

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Cabling Works – latest

Here’s the latest on the cabling works being carried out by Western Power Distribution. Works at the junction of Beechwood Avenue and Kenilworth are continuing, with normal access from Kenilworth Road but a diversion along Warwick Avenue/Earlsdon Avenue for traffic going in the other direction. This is expected to last another 2 weeks. The contractors …

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Footbridge overnight closures

From today, Monday 25 September , Coventry City Council is closing the Central Six footbridge for part of each day. The bridge spanning the railway tracks and Central Six Retail Park, connecting Spencer Avenue / Park with Westminster Road, will be affected for one week to complete bridge maintenance works. These works will involve the …

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Green Space Consultation

The Council is seeking your views about parks, play areas and green spaces in Coventry. Your views will help them to better understand the quality and accessibility of green space across the borough to inform the development of a new Green Space Strategy and wider planning policy. The Strategy will help the Council to follow …

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Godiva Festival starts today

Coventry’s Godiva Festival starts at 6pm today in the War Memorial Park and runs over three days until Sunday evening.   The festival, which wouldn’t be possible without the generous sponsorship of Coventry University, is now in its 19th year and has entertainment and activities to suit the whole family.   More details are in this …

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