Charterhouse, the Weavers House and the Ladies First awards- This week in Coventry - The Coventry Observer

Charterhouse, the Weavers House and the Ladies First awards- This week in Coventry

Coventry Editorial 2nd Apr, 2023   0

IT’S been another packed week in this weeks Coventry Observer- and we’ve compiled a roundup of some of the biggest stories over the last seven days.

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This weeks highlights

COVENTRY’S iconic Charterhouse welcomed visitors for the first time in its 600-year history today (March 30) after £12million of fundraising and years of restoration work.

A first look as Coventry’s iconic Charterhouse officially opened

COVENTRIANS will be able to get an insight into plans to reveal more of Coventry’s intriguing ‘Weaver’s House’.

Chance to look at new plans at site of the Weaver’s House in Coventry

A NINE-YEAR-OLD from Coventry who braved a 13-hour operation for a benign brain tumour last year is urging people to donate to Birmingham Children’s Hospital charity (BCHC) as it attempts to introduce life-changing surgery equipment.

Brave Coventry nine-year-old who survived tumour backing appeal to make surgeries ‘less stressful for families’

AUTHOR Aaron Ashmore is dipping into the world of board games with a new release which asks youngsters to ‘Guess the Coventry Kids’ while celebrating the city’s culture and heritage.

Author Aaron asking people to ‘guess the Coventry kids’ in new board game

SOME of Coventry’s finest females were honoured for their remarkable achievements last Thursday at the fifth Ladies First professional development network business awards.

Coventry’s finest celebrated at Ladies First awards

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