Events Monday 19 June to Friday 23 June

Monday 19 June

9.30am 
English Sessions   (WATCH LTD)
English sessions with qualified ESOL tutors in a friendly, culturally sensitive environment. If you are looking to improve your English skills or gain a qualification, contact the WATCH Centre and our advisors will support you to find a suitable course.
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk 

9.30am – 4.30pm
Employment Support Activities   (WATCH LTD) 
WATCH aims to support marginalised individuals from BAME community groups to overcome barriers to employment and training opportunities. Our activities provide holistic one to one support and job search opportunities. Contact us for more information or to book an appointment.
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk  
f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  
Contact for Job Club and Employment Support Activities: Sharda Tailor 

1.30pm – 3.00pm
Colour me Calm (Aldermoor Library)
Aldermoor Library Acorn Street, CV3 1DP   Tel: 024 7678 8438   Email: aldermoor.library@coventry.gov.uk repet 19 26

2.00pm – 3.00pm 
Colour me Calm   (Foleshill Library)
Come and join our free, friendly colouring group with patterns from Around the World.
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk 

4.30pm – 6.30pm
Activity Club for Children  (Aldermoor Library)
Aldermoor Library Acorn Street, CV3 1DP   Tel: 024 7678 8438   Email: aldermoor.library@coventry.gov.uk

5.30pm – 6.45pm
iHablamos Espagnol! – fancy learning Spanish?   (Earlsdon Library)
Come along for a taster in speaking Spanish with our Spanish conversation group, finding out about Spanish culture. Try some Spanish food and join in the quiz! Display on Spanish history, literature and film during the fortnight.
 Earlsdon Library, Earlsdon Avenue North, CV5 6FZ   Tel: 024 7678 6970  Email: earlsdon.library@coventry.gov.uk

6.00pm – 8.00pm
Archery for all ages and gender   (Activity Club Coventry)
Come and have a go at the great sport of archery at half the normal charge. Adults £3.50 and Child/concessions £2.50
Activity Club Coventry, Unit 15 Koco Community Resource Centre, The Arches, Spon End, CV1 3JQ   Tel: 024 7671 4988   Mobile: 0780 415 4471  Contact: Mrs. Caroline Hobday   Email: caz.andy2024@yahoo.co.uk . Ongoing activity during term time.

7.00pm – 9.00pm
Dementia Café  (Alzheimer’s Society)  
The Hope Café, Sparkbook Street, Hillfields, CV1 5LB
The Dementia Café provides information about living with dementia and other services available locally, in an informal and comfortable environment. A Dementia Café is also a place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers. The Dementia Café is held every third Monday monthly.

Tuesday 20 June

9.30am – 4.30pm 
Employment Support Activities   (WATCH LTD) 
WATCH aims to support marginalised individuals from BAME community groups to overcome barriers to employment and training opportunities. Our activities provide holistic one to one support and job search opportunities. Contact us for more information or to book an appointment.
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk  
f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  
Contact for Job Club and Employment Support Activities: Sharda Tailor 
10.00am – 12 noon
PCSO Workshop  (Foleshill Library) Meet your local PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) and have a friendly chat about safety in your area.
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

10.00am – 11.00am
Stay and Play   (Foleshill library) 
For under 4s and their parents. Come along and join rhymes from around the world.
​Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk.

Welcome Coffee Morning  (Foleshill Library
Come and have a look at the wide selection of books available in different languages, have a cup of tea and coffee with us whilst you choose your books.
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

10.00am – 12.00 noon
We came to Willenhall   (Willenhall Library)
We came to Willenhall is a project running in the library and the Hagard Centre, where you can share your stories of how you came to live and work in Willenhall. Run in conjunction with Willenhall Local History Group. For all ages, refreshments provided.
Willenhall Library, Hagard Community Space, Remembrance Road, Willenhall, CV3 3DG  Tel: 024 7678 6991   Email: willenhall.library@coventry.gov.uk

10.00am – 11.00am
English Conversation Group  (Stoke Library)  
Informal chat and conversation group
​Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk. 

10.00am – 11.30am 
Active Citizen Coffee Morning (WATCH LTD)
Community-led coffee morning with local residents and volunteers of Hillfields, with the aim of forming a community task force to tackle and resolve problems in the area. This project will give the old and new local communities the feeling of belonging, improve relationships and create a sense of pride in the area.
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY 

10.30am – 12.30pm
 Literary Trail  (Eleanor Nesbitt)
Walking this trail you will discover some of the many connections over the centuries between central Coventry and some very famous writers. We start and finish at the statue of Lady Godiva in Broadgate (CV1 1NF). Coventry Literary Trail booklet
 Anyone interested should contact Eleanor by email. Email: nesbitt.eleanor@yahoo.co.uk
Website: www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ces/research/wreru/aboutus/ staff/en/ For information about repeat events, contact Eleanor by email.

10.30am – 11.00am
Rhymetime for pre-school children  (Aldermoor Library) 
Aldermoor Library Acorn Street, CV3 1DP   Tel: 024 7678 8438   Email: aldermoor.library@coventry.gov.uk  repet 20 27

10.30am – 12.00 noon
Mamta Antenatal Sessions (for women with language support)   (FWT)
Mamta works with health professionals on improving the health of women and their infants before, during and after pregnancy. We support women in a culturally sensitive way, particularly those from ethnic backgrounds.
FWT – a Centre for Women, 70-72 Elmsdale Avenue, Foleshill, CV6 6ES Tel: 024 7663 7693 Website: www.fwt.org.uk   f: www.facebook.com/FWTCov/   t: @fwtCov Contact for Mamta sessions: Paramjeet Bassan  Email: paramjeet.bassan@fwt.org.uk

10.45am – 11.30am
Syrian life stories  (Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre)
To raise awareness of Syrian culture and Refugee issues, Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre is arranging awareness sessions during assemblies at Sidney Stringer Academy. Young people will have the opportunity to ask questions about Refugees from Syria and hear real life stories. Not open to General public.

12.00 noon – 12.45pm
Healthy Walks   (Foleshill Library)
Want to see more of your local area whilst improving your health, getting back into exercise and meeting new friends? Come along and join for free. 
​Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

12.30pm – 1.30pm  
Our Place Here – Materials, Makings and Memories     (The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum)
inking to Refugee Week, this talk by artists from TheVERYidea brings together creative experiences from their recent community art project in the city. The artists will discuss co- creating art with local residents’ stories and memories relating to the city’s history of migration. 
Culture Coventry Museums Trust:   The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum   Website: www.theherbert.org  f: @theherbert   t: @The_Herbert   Contact: Jessica Pinson      Email:Jessica.pinson@culturecoventry.com

1.00pm
English Sessions   (WATCH LTD)
English sessions with qualified ESOL tutors in a friendly, culturally sensitive environment. If you are looking to improve your English skills or gain a qualification, contact the WATCH Centre and our advisors will support you to find a suitable course. 
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk  f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  

1.00pm – 3.00pm 
Weaving Group   (Foleshill Library)
Always wanted to weave? Come along and learn how to weave with our friendly Weaving Group.
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

1.30pm – 2.00pm
Rhymetime for pre-school children  (Stoke Library)
​Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk. June.

2.00pm – 5.00pm
Community food growing taster Session   (The Pod / Food Union) 
Beake Avenue Allotments – entrance between 457 and 459 Beake Avenue, CV6 2HR
Come down and get an introduction to community food growing. Run by The Pod, Food Union is a programme which aims to bring people together around fair, healthy and sustainable food production.
The POD / Food Union, 1a Lamb Street, CV1 4AE Contact: Chris Maughan   Tel: 0753 115 4167   Email: chris.maughan@coventry.gov.uk Website: www.facebook.com/foodunionista

5.30pm – 6.30pm
Chess Club  (Stoke Library)
For beginners to grand masters under 16s.
Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk

Wednesday 21 June

9.30am 
English Sessions   (WATCH LTD) 
English sessions with qualified ESOL tutors in a friendly, culturally sensitive environment. If you are looking to improve your English skills or gain a qualification, contact the WATCH Centre and our advisors will support you to find a suitable course.
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk  
f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  
Contact for Job Club and Employment Support Activities: Sharda Tailor

9.30am – 11.30am
Just4me Women’s weekly activities   (St Peter’s Centre)
Join us for some me-time, just relaxing and sharing in activities you enjoy. Activities include cooking, knitting, sewing, cake decorating, card making and other craft activities. Make friends and enjoy some refreshments. 
St Peter’s Centre, Charles Street, CV1 5NP Tel. no.: 02476632877   Mobile: 07720633839.

10.00am – 12.30pm
Chill and ChatSinging for pleasure   (Ekta-Unity Group)
A way for participants to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group. Everyone is welcome whether you sing or not.
Ekta Unity Group, c/o St Paul’s Church, 346 Foleshill Road, CV6 5AJ Mobile: 07850 484849 Email: info@ekta-unity.org   Website: www.ekta-unity.org Contact: Jitey

10.00am – 12.00 noon
 All Levels Singing  (Coventry Adult Education Service)
Salvation Army Hall, Upper Well Street, CV1 4AG
An Adult Education All Levels singing class will run from 10.00am to 12.00 noon. The class will put on a performance at 11.00am for anyone who wishes to come along.
Coventry Adult Education Service, Henley Green Community Centre, Wyken Croft, CV2 1HQ
Website: www.coventry.gov.uk/adulted   Tel: 024 7661 1878
Contacts: For All Levels Singing – Michael Melbourne   Email: michael.melbourne@coventry.gov.uk 

10.45am – 11.30am
Syrian life stories  (Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre)
To raise awareness of Syrian culture and Refugee issues, Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre is arranging awareness sessions during assemblies at Sidney Stringer Academy. Young people will have the opportunity to ask questions about Refugees from Syria and hear real life stories. Not open to General public.

10.30am – 3.00pm
Luncheon/Day Centre Project  (Hope in Unity)
Hope in Unity (HiU) is a Day Centre/Luncheon project for Black elders 60 years and above. We offer good conversation/discussions and a variety of activities that stimulate the mind and body and feed your soul. We provide freshly cooked nutritional healthy Caribbean food, all for a small fee.
Hope in Unity, St Pauls Community Hall (next to St. Pauls Church), Foleshill Road, CV6 5AJ Contact: Evadne Headley   Mobile: 0796 843 8097   Email: evadne@hopeinunity.org

11.00am  
Musical Rhymetime  (Central Library)
Come to our musical Rhymetime to sing songs, play musical instruments, have fun and celebrate the international festival Fête de la Musique 2017. Aimed at 0-4 year olds. 
Central Library, Smithford Way, CV1 !FY Tel: 024 7683 2314 Email: central.library@coventry.gov.uk 

1.00pm – 3.00pm
Basic IT Sessions (for women only)   (FWT)
We will help and support you to learn how to use a computer and internet. Create your own e-mail account and learn to use it. Search the internet and access public services. Look for jobs and apply for jobs.
FWT – a Centre for Women, 70-72 Elmsdale Avenue, Foleshill, CV6 6ES Tel: 024 7663 7693 Website: www.fwt.org.uk   f: www.facebook.com/FWTCov/   t: @fwtCov Contact for IT sessions: Tirth Hyare   Email: tirth.hyare@fwt.org.uk

1.00am – 2.00pm
Chill and Chat Singing for pleasure  (Ekta-Unity Group) A way for participants to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group. Everyone is welcome whether you sing or not. Repeat events on 21 & 28 June
Ekta Unity Group, c/o St Paul’s Church, 346 Foleshill Road, CV6 5AJ Mobile: 07850 484849 Email: info@ekta-unity.org   Website: www.ekta-unity.org Contact: Jitey

2.00pm – 4.00pm
 Arts Gymnasium – Willenhall  (Belgrade Theatre) Hagard Community Centre, Remembrance Road, Willenhall, CV3 3DG  Fun theatre sessions for Over 50s. Join us at the Hagard Community Centre for our fun weekly sessions promoting positive well-being through imagination and movement. Build your confidence, meet new people and have fun! First session FREE. Please contact Natalie or Alice
The Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Square, CV1 1GS Tel: 024 7684 6715   Email:  Website: www.belgrade.co.uk 
f: BelgradeTheatreCoventry   t: @BelgradeTheatre  Contact: Shaista Hussain   Email: shussain@belgrade.co.uk
Contacts for Arts Gymnasium: Natalie Cook Tel: 024 7693 9492  Email: natalie.cook@ageukcoventry.org.uk  t: @BelgradeArtsGym Alice Williams   Tel: 024 7684 6741   Email: awilliams@belgrade.co.uk to book your place.

2.00pm – 4.00pm
Our Life on the Breadline – Faith, Politics and Poverty     (Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University) GE136 – George Elliott Building, Coventry University, Priory Street, CV1 5FB
This meeting, arranged by our Faith and Peaceful Relations Forum, will be led by our Research Fellow, Dr Chris Shannahan, and Niall Cooper, national director of Church Action on Poverty.  The Faith and Peaceful Relations Forum provides a space where people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, perspectives and faith traditions can reflect together on their experience of the relationship between faith and conflict, faith and peacebuilding, faith and discrimination, faith and inclusion and faith and social justice. To find out more about the Forum and this event, visit www. fprforum.coventry.ac.uk/

3.00pm – 6.00pm
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project   (WATCH LTD)
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project provides fun activities and radio taster sessions for young people aged 10-18. We offer introduction to radio training, music production, lyric or poem writing and beat making. The activities support community cohesion, bringing young people together from diverse cultural backgrounds. Young people are given the opportunity to create LIVE radio shows. No need to book!
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  Contact for Hillz Children and Young People’s Project: Iksha Limbu   Email: youngpeople@hillzfm.net f: Hillz FM Coventry 98.6   t: @hillzorg  

 7.00pm – 10.30pm
 Fallen Angels Fundraising Charity Gig  (Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre)
Fargo Village, Far Gosford Street, CV1 5ED Supported by the headlining act The Fallen Angels, and Coventry’s communities. Live music, dance and entertainment, hot food and bar. Everyone is giving their time and energy for free to raise essential funds for the Coventry Destitution Fund, which helps Coventry’s most vulnerable people. Tickets: £10.00 each.
Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre, 15 Bishop Street, CV1 1HU Tel: 024 7622 7254  Ext 260  Website: www.covrefugee.org 
Contact: Dimitri Kafizas   Mobile: 0785 783 0546 Email: dimitrik@covrefugee.org 
Contact: Abdulmunem Radwan  Mobile: 0747 834 8347  Email: abdulmunemr@covrefugee.org

 7.30pm – 9.30pm  
Sing Global Harmony!  (WorldSong Community Choir)
Earlsdon Methodist Church, Albany Road, Earlsdon, CV5 6NF Join WorldSong Community Choir and musical director Una May Olomolaiye to learn songs from around the world in original languages. No singing experience necessary, no need to read music as all songs are taught by ear. FREE! 
WorldSong Community Choir   Email: info@worldsong.co.uk  Website: www.worldsong.co.uk f: www.facebook.com/worldsongcoventry   t: www.twitter.com/WorldSongChoir

Thursday 22 June

9.30am – 10.30am and 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Speaking Group   (Foleshill Library)
Come along to enjoy this basic conversation group. Boost your English language speaking skills. It is open to everyone, free to attend, with new members always welcome
.Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

9.30am – 10.45am
Family First session in partnership with Foleshill Children’s Services   (Foleshill Library)

Stay and play. For children under 4 and parents and carers
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

10.00am – 12.30pm
Events arranged by Ekta-Unity Group
Crochet for Wellbeing 

You can do it, it’s never too late! Learn to crochet session for beginners. Just bring yourself, we’ve got hooks and wool. Come and join our friendly group – all abilities from novices to experts sharing their skills. Everyone, regardless of age, welcome.

Knitting for Wellbeing
You can do it, it’s never too late! Learn to knit session for beginners. Just bring yourself, we’ve got needles and wool. Come and join our friendly group – all abilities from novices to experts sharing their skills. Everyone, regardless of age, welcome.
Ekta Unity Group, c/o St Paul’s Church, 346 Foleshill Road, CV6 5AJ Mobile: 07850 484849 Email: info@ekta-unity.org   Website: www.ekta-unity.org Contact: Jitey

10.30am – 11.15am  
Around the World Rhymetime  (Willenhall Library)  
Join us for a special Rhymetime of global songs and music. For children aged 0-4, all under 8 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Willenhall Library, Hagard Community Space, Remembrance Road, Willenhall, CV3 3DG  Tel: 024 7678 6991   Email: willenhall.library@coventry.gov.uk

10.30am – 11.00am  
Rhymetime for pre-school children  (Hillfields Library)
Hillfields Library St Peter’s Community Centre, Charles Street, CV1 5NP Tel: 024 7678 6980   Email: Hillfields.library@coventry.gov.uk

Multicultural Rhymetime   (Foleshill Library)
For under 4s and their parents. Come along and join in rhymes from around the world
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.u

10.45am – 11.30am
Syrian life stories  (Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre)
To raise awareness of Syrian culture and Refugee issues, Coventry Refugee and Migrant Centre is arranging awareness sessions during assemblies at Sidney Stringer Academy. Young people will have the opportunity to ask questions about Refugees from Syria and hear real life stories. Not open to General public.

1.00pm
English Sessions   (WATCH LTD)
English sessions with qualified ESOL tutors in a friendly, culturally sensitive environment. If you are looking to improve your English skills or gain a qualification, contact the WATCH Centre and our advisors will support you to find a suitable course. 
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk  f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  

1.30pm – 2.00pm
Rhymetime for pre-school children  (Stoke Library)
​Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk

2.00pm – 3.30pm  
Coventry Live Poets  (Cheylesmore Library)   Your chance to hear and meet Coventry Live Poets in Cheylesmore library.
Cheylesmore Library Poitiers Road, CV3 5JX Tel: 024 7678 6966   Email: Cheylesmore.library@coventry.gov.uk

2.00pm – 4.00pm
Job Club sessions   (WATCH LTD)
Come to the WATCH Centre if you are looking for work or you want to change your career to receive our specialist support, advice and guidance. We will help to build your CV, Cover Letter, Application forms
.WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY
Contact for Job Club And Employment Support Activities: Sharda Tailor

2.30pm – 4.00pm
Free Football sessions   (Valley House) 
Moat House Leisure Centre, Winston Avenue, CV2 1EA
Open to anyone aged between 16 and 29 years. Time to have a kick about, meet new people, have fun, get active and embrace your inner Renaldo! Just turn up in your trainers or Astros – no studded football boots please.
Valley House, 55-57 Bell Green Road, CV6 7GQ Tel: 024 7658 4899   Mobile: 0772 669 4942Website: www.valleyhouseassociation.org  F: valley house  T: @valleyhousecov Contact: Manjeet Stone   Email: manjeet.stone@valleyhouse.org.uk

3.00pm – 5.00pm    
Teddy Bears Picnic  (Friends of Spencer Park/National Savers/Rotary) Spencer Park
Come to the park with your bear and your picnic. Attractions will include: Hunt the bear; Bear face painting; Bear creative activities; Make a bear workshop; Bear colouring competition. Certificates and prizes to be awarded.
Friends of Spencer Park, Spencer Avenue, CV5 6NP 
Email: friendsofspencerpark@gmail.com  Website: www.friendsofspencerpark.org f: www.facebook.com/FriendsofSpencerPark 

3.00pm – 6.00pm
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project   (WATCH LTD)
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project provides fun activities and radio taster sessions for young people aged 10-18. We offer introduction to radio training, music production, lyric or poem writing and beat making. The activities support community cohesion, bringing young people together from diverse cultural backgrounds. Young people are given the opportunity to create LIVE radio shows. No need to book!
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  Contact for Hillz Children and Young People’s Project: Iksha Limbu   Email: youngpeople@hillzfm.net f: Hillz FM Coventry 98.6   t: @hillzorg  

4.00pm – 6.00pm 
Laptops and Multicultural Arts and Crafts Session for young people aged 8 and over   (Foleshill Library)
Come along and use a laptop to do your homework, listen to music or play games. (4.00pm – 5.00pm)
Explore diverse cultures through the arts/crafts session. (5.00pm – 6.00pm)
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk  

4.30pm – 5.30pm      
Africa Themed Crafts Session  (Caludon Castle School and Community Library)
Join us for an Africa themed crafts session. (Suitable for 4-12 year olds)
Caludon Castle School and Community Library, Axholme Road, CV2 5BD  Tel: 024 7678 8300   Email: caludon.library@coventry.gov.uk 

Friday 23 June

10.00am – 12.00 noon
Health and Wellbeing Sessions (for women only)   (FWT)
Free activities each week including craft sessions, Health Cooking, Quilling, Nail Art &Hand Massage, Jewellery making, Knitting, Weaving, Rangoli, Designing your own cards and many  more. Refreshments included. Please contact the centre for more details.
FWT a Centre for Women, 70-72 Elmsdale Avenue, Foleshill, CV6 6ES Tel: 024 7663 7693 Website: www.fwt.org.uk   f: www.facebook.com/FWTCov/   t: @fwtCov

10.00am – 11.00am
Stay and Play  Foleshill library 
For under 4s and their parents. Come along and join rhymes from around the world.
​Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk.

10.30am – 11.00am  
Rhymetime for pre-school children  (Hillfields Library)
Hillfields Library St Peter’s Community Centre, Charles Street, CV1 5NP Tel: 024 7678 6980   Email: Hillfields.library@coventry.gov.uk  Repeat events on Thursdays 22 & 29 June 10.30am – 11.00am. 

10.30am – 12.30pm
Industrial Trail  (Eleanor Nesbitt)  
This is a roughly circular walk, mainly in the city centre but including the Canal Basin and a number of other locations connected with some of Coventry’s craftsmen, designers and manufacturers. We start from just outside Coventry Leisure Centre, Fairfax Street, CV1 5RY and finish at The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Jordan Well, CV1 5QP.
Anyone interested should contact Eleanor by email. nesbitt.eleanor@yahoo.co.uk Website: www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ces/research/wreru/ aboutus/staff/en/

11.00am – 1.00pm 
Arts Gymnasium – Living Well   (Belgrade Theatre) 
Fun theatre session for over 50s. Join us at the Belgrade for our fun weekly sessions, promoting positive well-being through imagination and movement. For people with memory impairments and/or living with early stage dementia. Please contact Natalie to book your place.
The Belgrade Theatre, Belgrade Square, CV1 1GS Tel: 024 7684 6715   Email:  Website: www.belgrade.co.uk f: BelgradeTheatreCoventry   t: @BelgradeTheatre  Contacts for Arts Gymnasium: Natalie Cook Tel: 024 7693 9492  Email: natalie.cook@ageukcoventry.org.uk  t: @BelgradeArtsGym Alice Williams   Tel: 024 7684 6741   Email: awilliams@belgrade.co.uk

12.00 noon – 1.00pm
What does it mean to be a Coventrian?  (Coventry Irish Society)  
e will be holding a workshop for people to talk about their memories of the city: lunch will be provided. This is part of our oral history project – Irish Heart, Coventry Home, which is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Coventry Irish Society, Floor 3, Coventry Point, Market Way, CV1 1EA Mobile: 0793 330 8109  Website: www.coventryirishsociety.org.uk  f: /coventry.irish    t: @coventryIrish  Contact: Ciaran Davis   Email: ciaran.davis@covirishsoc.org.uk

1.00pm – 3.00pm
Colour Yourself Calm for adults  (Stoke Library)
Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk 

3.00pm – 4.00pm
Colouring Session for under 16s  (Stoke Library)
Stoke Library Kingsway, CV2 4EA Tel: 024 7678 6990   Email: stoke.library@coventry.gov.uk 

3.00pm – 8.00pm
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project   (WATCH LTD)
Hillz Children and Young People’s Project provides fun activities and radio taster sessions for young people aged 10-18. We offer introduction to radio training, music production, lyric or poem writing and beat making. The activities support community cohesion, bringing young people together from diverse cultural backgrounds. Young people are given the opportunity to create LIVE radio shows. No need to book!
WATCH LTD, 12 Victoria Street, CV1 5LZ Tel: 024 7655 0564   E mail:  admin@watchcharity.org.uk f: WATCHcommunitycentre-hillfields   t: @WATCHCHARITY  Contact for Hillz Children and Young People’s Project: Iksha Limbu   Email: youngpeople@hillzfm.net f: Hillz FM Coventry 98.6   t: @hillzorg  

4.00pm – 4.30pm
Handa’s Surprise Interactive Storytime  (Willenhall Library)
Come and join in this fun interactive storytime. For children aged 4-12 years. All under 8 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.  
Willenhall Library, Hagard Community Space, Remembrance Road, Willenhall, CV3 3DG  Tel: 024 7678 6991   Email: willenhall.library@coventry.gov.uk

4.30pm – 5.30pm 
Homework help   (Foleshill Library)
Get help with your homework and advice from friendly staff in the library.
Foleshill Library, Broad Street, CV6 5BG  Tel: 024 7678 6977   Email: Foleshill.library@coventry.gov.uk

5.00pm – 7.00pm  
Meet your neighbourhood police officers  (West Midlands Police Coventry – Longford Team)
St. Laurence’s Church Hall, Old Church Road, Bell Green, CV6 7ED As part of Longford Cultural Festival, officers from the Longford Team will be present for engagement opportunities. 
West Midlands Police Coventry, Website: www.west-midlands.police.uk/your-local-police/coventry/ Email: longford@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk

Programme (PDF)