THESE pictures of some Window Wanderland designs were sent into the Observer by Lara from Tile Hill.
She said she wanted to help raise awareness of the event and let more people know it is taking place.
Window Wanderland is one of the pre-City of Culture events, challenging people, organisations and businesses to get creative on their windows to help form trails in different areas of Coventry.
The event runs until March 19 and is aimed at bringing the community an city together in a fun and creative way while the lockdown is still in place.
Designs can be as simple or as elaborate as the windows’ owners like and can then be registered on the Coventry2021.co.uk website to form part of a trail for other people to enjoy as they take their daily exercise. Online workshops are also available.
Tile Hill was one of the latest areas to join the event on Saturday, along with Eastern Green, Foleshill, Hillfields, Rugby, Brownsover and Newton.
The last leg of Window Wanderland will see Stivichall, Finham, Cheylesmore, Stoke, Wyken, Warwick Gates, Whitnash and Kenilworth take part from Saturday, March 13 to Friday, March 19.
Lara said: “I am pleased that I have a taken part and proud of my display and it is nice to take part in something for the Coventry City of Culture.”
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