Historic Coventry Trust is a charity and company that was launched in 2015 to acquire, restore and reuse Coventry’s heritage buildings, preserving them for future generations and contributing to Coventry’s economic, social and cultural enhancement.
The Historic Coventry discussion Forum. Talk about Coventry's history, heritage, memories, football favourites or any Coventry related topic you like.
A charity which aims to share knowledge about Coventry during the medieval period.
Coventry Rebuilt is a highly detailed computer model of the city, which will chart every aspect Coventry’s history.
The Charterhouse of St Anne, founded in 1381, is a Grade 1 listed building of National and International importance. Situated within half a mile of Coventry's City Centre, it is surrounded by green space: an urban oasis. It is now owned and managed by the Historic Coventry Trust with the aim of restoring and preserving one of Coventry's most important heritage sites.
The only comprehensive record of pubs and beerhouses within the Coventry city boundaries going back as far as available records allow.
A community resource for people living in the Earlsdon area of Coventry.
A guide to the buildings, trees and interrments in London Road Cemetary.
The society promotes and encourages the study of family history, genealogy and local history in relation to the City of Coventry.
The Sir Basil Spence Archive Project collates images, videos and commentary on Britain's most celebrated post war architect.