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News - August 2012

Coventry Godcakes back on the menu!

03/08/2012

Coventry’s traditional pastry, the ‘Coventry Godcake’, which dates back several centuries, is to go back on the menu in the city, having not been regularly available for many years.  Whilst Melton Mowbray is famous for its pork pies, and tourists flock to Cornwall in search of pasties and clotted cream, local Blue Badge... Read more

Much Wenlock Civic Delegation pays a visit

02/08/2012

With the Olympics in full swing, the Museum hosted a Civic Dignitary visit from the home of the modern Olympics...Much Wenlock in Shropshire. In the 1870's a Dr. William Penny-Brookes started his own version of the now modern Olympics based on the games of ancient Greece, and after a visit to Much Wenlock by the President of the... Read more

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Mike Brewer announced as President of Coventry Transport Museum Patron Scheme

On Thursday 13 October Coventry Transport Museum proudly revealed Mike Brewer as the new President of the Patron Scheme.
Hear the news from the man himself and find out why he is supporting the museum.  

 

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