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The tradition of giving thanks for a bountiful harvest pre-dates the Pilgrim Fathers of Plymouth Rock, all organised religions and probably even the invention of recognisable clothing...
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The Council’s Customer Service Centre, which is based in Broadgate House, is now to the public.
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Motorcyclists have been given the green light to use Coventry’s bus lanes on a permanent basis, following a successful trial period on selected routes within the city.
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Another set of Dovecraft tree decorations.
27th November 2015 A short walk along the River Anker today.
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Thursday 26th November 2015 After a week of typical November weather, I've seen a few good birds and missed a few good birds.
The Medical Research Council has announced it will be funding 15 PhDs at the University of Warwick over the next three years.
My husband got interested in wood-turning when I bought him a lathe for Christmas a couple years ago.
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The Government has today confirmed a 60 million capital investment in the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA).
Dr Michael Scott of the University of Warwick declared honorary citizen of Delphi for scientific work with worldwide impactWarwick University 25 Nov
Dr Michael Scott of the University of Warwick Classics and Ancient History department will be declared an honorary citizen of Delphi by the Mayor of Delphi today.
Last Saturday was a day that will be remembered by Coventry City fans for many a year.
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Coventry remain a point clear of Gillingham at the top of Sky Bet League 1 after both teams were held to 2-2 draws on Saturday afternoon.
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Nathan Tyson scores a brace as Doncaster twice come from behind to claim a point at League One table-toppers Coventry.
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Broadstreet RFC 1sts Squad versus Sandal RUFC - 28th November 2015.
Broadstreet 3rds took to the field on Saturday and provided an early firework display against a powerful Berkswell and Balsall 2nd XV.
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