National coverage for Easter events – and a major venue resurrected

EDITORIAL USE ONLY grade I listed Charterhouse in Coventry ahead of its official reopening to the public following a £10 million refurbishment by Historic Coventry Trust. Picture date: Thursday March 30, 2023. PA Photo. The 14th Century building, which reopens on Saturday April 1, features three conserved wall paintings of national importance, a revitalised garden and a new café bar run by Michelin-star chef Glynn Purnell. Photo credit should read: Michael Leckie/PA Wire.

Coventry’s medieval Charterhouse, which dates back to 1381 and is the only Carthusian monastery in the country with surviving interiors, reopened this month after £12m of fundraising and restoration by Historic Coventry Trust. PLMR Advent secured widespread coverage in a host of national, travel and heritage media – including the Guardian and Time Out.

The team also helped to secure national coverage on behalf of St Mary’s Guildhall – another historic gem in the city – and Shakespeare’s England online and in print in The Telegraph’s top 25 family days out over Easter.

The article featured St Mary’s knight school and dragon egg hunt alongside Joseph’s Amazing Camels, which provides camel trek experiences in the Warwickshire countryside.

Caption: Conserved wall paintings at Grade I listed Charterhouse in Coventry

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