Historic Coventry Trust has a bold mission to act as the champion of all heritage at risk in Coventry and to become its permanent guardian. Our aims are:
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Charterhouse is the remains of a 14th century Carthusian monastery, one of only nine ever built in Britain, and includes three fine and rare 14th and 15th Century murals.
Swanswell Gate and Cook Street Gate will be brought back into use by the Trust as unique visitor accommodation.
A Classical temple designed by Sir Joseph Paxton and his son-in law George Stokes
Grade II* listed cottages overlooking Holy Trinity Church
A 14th century medieval Grade II* listed stone building that served as the outer gatehouse to the Carmelite Whitefriars Monastery at the end of Much Park St.
Creating a walk and cycleway from the intersection of Terry Road with the London mainline railway line and Gosford Green along the discussed loop railway line.
Naturalising the River Sherborne and enabling walkers and cyclists to travel beside the River from the Charterhouse over Gulson Road and onto Gosford Street.
The remnants of a medieval Carmelite Monastery at the intersection of the London Road and the City ring road.