The golf centre would be demolished to make way for the new development.
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Dr Lorenzo Pericolo, Associate Professor in Art History at Warwick University and author of two books on Caravaggio, joined Royal Shakespeare Company rehearsal room to answer questions about the notorious artist.
What a few months I have had! I will fill in the details for Shetland and Norfolk ASAP.
A ground-breaking new study has been launched to understand how to support families affected by autism as soon as they receive their diagnosis.
A sculpture on the University of Warwick campus by one of Britains greatest living artists has been shortlisted for the Public Monuments and Sculpture Associations (PMSA) Marsh Award for excellence in public sculpture 2016.
Another golden oldie from the photo records here, Hannah with us in Margate back in 1992.
Saturday 22nd October 2016 Seem to be spending half my time tidying up my garden and the rest of the day birding or the other way round.
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Willis In Team Of The Week (25/10/16) Vitalfootball:Coventry:25/10/2016 02:14:00 Coventry City are represented in the latest Football League team of the week that has been selected after this week's action.
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The sad news of the passing of Peter Denton and my tribute last week prompted several emails.
Coventry secured back-to-back league victories for the first time this season with a 2-0 win over Rochdale.
Thousands of Coventry City fans take to the streets to protest against the football club's owners.
Coventry caretaker boss Mark Venus has warned his players that they must do better despite recording back-to-back wins for the first time this season.
Chris Basham scored a late equaliser as Sheffield United drew 3-3 with Bradford City at the Northern Commercials Stadium.
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When Plymouthconverted their tryin the lastminutes of the game to go ahead 31-33, it looked all over, but in the dying seconds Cov got a penalty and took the victory by a single point.
With both clubs favouring an open game the scoreboard might get another workout today.
Saturday 8th October saw Broadstreet RFC Host Bridgnorth RFC in a National League 3 Midlands fixture which gained some extra exposure with the visit of Grass Roots Rugby promoters Rugby Nats.
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One of those days when you come away from the ground feeling slightly robbed, then on reflection realise what a cracking game you've just watched.
The advantage of writing this just a few hours before the game means that I can tell you that it's going to be a wet one.
Lee Chapman Broadstreet opted to play with a strong wind in the first half, ‘Street took a rare kick off and started strong with multiple phases before Tom Walker (winger) was on the end of streets f...
Broadstreet RFC 1sts Squad versus Birmingham and Solihull - 01st October 2016.
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Woeful tackling, poor defence and missed opportunities saw the home team take the victory.
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Response by Coventry City Council to Russell Draper on 26 October 2016 .
Response by Coventry City Council to Michelle Large on 26 October 2016 .
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I only had time to try 4 different porridges this week.
A few weeks ago I decided to try somewhere different for lunch.
I have porridge for breakfast fairly often but now that the weather is starting to get cold, it's probably time to make it my regular breakfast now.
This September The CoverUps played live music for several weddings, a 21-st birthday party and a corporate event.
THE COMPLETE DEATHS Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, Thursday 6 th October, 2016 Arch comedy troupe Spymonkey present every onstage death from Shakespeare’s plays in one evening.
I made a second batch of the apple sauce and drinking chocolate brownies .
We have been fans of the Great British Bake Off since it first started and occasionally I cook something inspired by the programme.
We have a glut of hot chocolate powder in work, left over from when we used a different drinks machine.
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