Coventry on the shortlist

Pictured (from left): Tayyibah Mota, David Burbidge CBE, DL, Louis Lewinson, Laura McMillan, Emma Harrabin and Juliet Colley, with the initial bid

Coventry City of Culture manager Laura McMillan will be speaking at the next Coventry & Warwickshire Champions meeting in September.

This comes after Coventry was shortlisted for the bid and is now in a five-way race to win the title with Paisley, Sunderland, Stoke and Swansea.

Laura said: “We are delighted to be on the five-city shortlist, and that has made us even hungrier for the title in 2021.

“We know what a great year Coventry could put on, what a great impact it would make on all of our communities and the huge social, cultural and economic benefits it would bring.”

Pictured (from left): Tayyibah Mota, David Burbidge CBE, DL, Louis Lewinson, Laura McMillan, Emma Harrabin and Juliet Colley, with the initial bid

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