Visit the sorrounding area -...
Visit the sorrounding area - it's a lot more interesting than Coventry! There are stately homes and castles galore in Warwickshire, as well as some lovely historic towns and villages. The wedding of my great friend Katrina.
The Old Grammar School
The Old Grammar School used to be Church of the Hospital of St. John around 1340. Between 1557 and 1885 it served as a grammar school which is the function that most people recognise it for. The building used to be large but in 1830 part of this building was demolished to widen Hales Street. The state of this building is not very great and surely need attention.
Munching at Millsy’s
At weekends Millsy’s is full by 8:00pm, a very popular bar in the heart of Earlsdon. During the day Millsy’s is great for breakfast, lunch or just coffee with friends. In the evening the pizza, pasta and grill selections have something to suit all tastes.
Coventry Transport Museum
This is located right in the city centre looking out onto Millenium Place. It gives a very thorough insight into the history of the city and demonstrates just how many vehicles were made in Coventry. There are mostly bicyles, motorcycles and cars including jaguar and triumph models and it is also home to a number of massey-ferguson tractors. These, of course, all being made in the city in it's old industrial times. Also you will come across 'Thrust' which is the vehicle responsible for breaking the landspeed record. This amazing structure has been paraded around the streets of Coventry many times and now is used as a simulator at the museum. You can take a seat and experience travelling at over 700mph!!!!!
A fantastic free visit, well worth a look!
there are quite a few golf...
there are quite a few golf clubs around also a skating rink swimming pool and health centres.within
easy reach of the n.e.c. the royal show at stoneleigh
held in the first week of july the national motorcycle
museum at nearby meriden. visit nuneaton the birthplace of the author george elliot.
see the lady godiva clock in broadgate where lady godiva appears on the stroke of the hour. take a history tour with the modern day lady godiva pru porretta.