Coventry Transport Museum Millennium Place, Hales St, Coventry CV1 1JD
Thu 26 May 2022 @ 09.00

The Coventry Model - Embracing Co-Creation Conference

Thu 26 May 2022 @ 09.00
Coventry Transport Museum
Millennium Place, Hales St, Coventry CV1 1JD Show on map
Duration: 8 hours

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A conference with Coventry City of Culture Trust in association with 64 Million Artists

As the Coventry Year of Culture 21/22 closes, our legacy of an open city placing communities first and cultural democracy at the core begins, and we would love to share our Co-Creation Model, insights, learnings, and the challenges encountered creating a programme of this scale.

We are hosting a one-day conference with our inspirational partners packed with panels, breakouts, creative sharing, and networking. We would love you to join us.

Our aim is to encourage honest and open feedback on what worked and what didn't from the City of Culture team and the communities involved in the many co-created projects which have made up our dynamic programme over the past year.

If you or your organisation creates or is keen to develop projects with communities that reflect and incorporate the wants and needs of the people involved, then Coventry warmly welcomes you to join our conversation.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please get in touch with [email protected] 

This event is part of #LoveCoventry, a Coventry City of Culture Trust programme funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.

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Coventry Transport Museum is located in Coventry City Centre:
Millennium Place, Hales Street, Coventry CV1 1JD

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By Car

Coventry is close to the M1/M6/M40/M42. Follow signs to city centre and take junction 1 or 2. As a city centre attraction there is no parking available at the Museum itself however, city centre pay and display car parks are all within walking distance. The nearest car parks to the Museum are Bishop Street (CV1 1JN), and Belgrade Plaza (CV1 4AJ). Click here for further details about car parks around the Museum.

By Motorbike

Secure motorbike parking is available at Belgrade Plaza car park, which is a short walk from the Museum and is accessed via Junction 9 of the Coventry Ring Road (CV1 4AJ).

By Rail

There are excellent links to London Euston via London Northwestern Railway. London Northwestern Railway offers direct services from major cities, such as London and Birmingham to Coventry Rail Station.
Cross Country provides long distance routes from the north and south. There are also local services to Nuneaton, Northampton and Leamington Spa. Plan your journey with the Trainline here.

The Museum is a 15-minute walk from Coventry Rail Station. Buses to the City Centre from the railway station stop near the Museum.  Downloadable maps are available from the Visit Coventry & Warwickshire website.

By Bus

Most buses stop at Pool Meadow bus station or on Trinity Street, both of which are a 2 minute walk from the Museum. Most bus services in Coventry and the surrounding areas are operated by National Express. Use their interactive bus journey planning tool to get to and from the museum.

Coventry has a Park & Ride service, which has a stop-off point at the Junction of Corporation Street and Burges, which is very close to the Museum.  The route operates from Coventry's War Memorial Park situated on the Kenilworth Road/ A45.  Find out more about Coventry’s Park & Ride service.

By Canal

Coventry Canal Basin is a 5 minute walk from the Museum - please use the footbridge over the inner ring-road.

By Foot & Bicycle

Coventry Transport Museum is close to the National Cycle Network. Cycle parking is available outside the front of the Museum.

West Midlands Cycle Hire have bicycle docks outside the front of the Museum where you are able to hire or dock a bike for your journey.

Map and directions for Coventry Transport Museum