Pews News Nov 17th

November 17th 2013

Welcome

St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Special Welcome

To Revd Penny Hughes, always a very welcome visitor, who is leading our service this morning.

Sad News

Amanda Evans, Jackie Page’s daughter, sadly died on Wednesday morning at Myton Hospice.  Her funeral takes place at St Andrews on Friday Nov 29th at 11 a.m.  Please pray for Jackie, Amanda’s husband Mark and the children, Jessica and Bethany at this very sad time.

StAPH

StAPH, our church plant at Woodlands School, is meeting for the first time this morning on a third Sunday at 10.30 a.m. and will continue to worship three times a month on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays.  We have also agreed to employ a half time leader, with a salary of £11k, starting in May.  Please speak to Greg or Alex for a job description, person specification or for an informal discussion.  The post will be advertised across other local churches, but we want to do everything possible to encourage applications from within our own fellowship.  Do pray for StAPH as it commences another exciting stage of its journey.

 

Congratulations

To Trev and Grace who are being married at St Andrews later today and to Trevor and Pauline being married on Thursday of this week.

 

Youth Service

There will be a Youth Service tonight at 6.30 p.m.  Please come along and support our young people.  We are hoping that other local churches will also be sending representatives, so it would be particularly good to have a good turn out from St Andrews.

 

Crèche

The PCC have agreed to establish a staffed crèche during Sunday communion services starting in December.  We would be grateful to anyone who would be willing to serve on a rota to help with this.  If you are willing to help, please speak to Kate or Greg.

 

Typhoon Appeal

Make a secure donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Typhoon Haiyan appeal at
http://www.dec.org.uk/?source=38degrees

– £12.50 could pay for a month’s worth of water purification tablets for five affected families
– £25 could provide a hungry family with 1 week’s worth of food
– £100 could prove an emergency shelter and bedding for a family whose home has been flattened

 

Barn Dance

In the Village Hall on Saturday 23rd November at 7.30pm.  Book this in your diaries for a great night’s entertainment.  A fabulous night out for £8 adults £4 children.  Tickets available from Barbara Warner, Fran Smith or Jackie Lynch.

 

Confirmation

Please pray for our confirmation candidates who are being confirmed at Coventry Cathedral next Saturday: Rosemarie Over, Emma Kelham, Sean Wildman, Stan Cooper, Chris Reed, Sharon Beales and Grace Daramola.  They will share communion with us for the first time next Sunday.

 

Exploring Besom

“Sweep Away Suffering” – 7:30pm, 25 November, St Christopher’s Church, 173 Winsford Avenue, CV5 9NJ

“Poverty, isolation, abuse, ill health, injustice, homelessness: we all see the sharp inequalities of life around us and the devastating impacts they have on people’s lives. Many of us want to do something, to get involved but we don’t always know how. The Besom exists to help you make a difference to the lives of others and to make it easy for you to do so.  Everyone – whether you are three years old or over 80, whether working full-time or part-time, a student, a mum with toddlers, in between jobs or retired – can get involved. By giving your time, money, things or skills you can help those who are in real need and make a long term positive difference to their lives.” – come and find out more about Besom, how it’s making a difference to communities and churches across the country, and begin to explore the possibility of establishing Besom in Coventry.  For more information, please contact Rev. Andy March – revandymarch@gmail.com – 024 7667 2879, or look at  http://www.besom.com/.

 

Link Deliverers party

There is a thank you party for all those wonderful souls who deliver the Link magazine rain or shine in some cases for many, many years.  It will take place in the church room on Thursday 5th December at 7.30 p.m.  Anyone who currently delivers the Link or has done so in the past is welcome.  See Barbara Warner for further details.

 

St Andrews Day

We will be celebrating St Andrews Day a few days early next Sunday.

 

Crib Service

Help is wanted for this year’s Crib Service.  Would anyone be prepared to choreograph a short dance piece?  Also, does anyone have a cuddly reindeer toy which we can borrow?  Please speak to Greg or Rebecca Martin.

 

Youth drama

Greg has started a new youth drama group at Jardine Youth Centre on Tuesday evenings from 5.30-6.30.  Lifts are available.  Please contact Greg on 7642 2856 if you want to know more.

 

Prayer List

Please pray for Brenda & Neville Lawrence, Angela Satchwell, Alan Pickering & Derek Shale.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

 

 

Diary

Sun 17th Nov               Youth Service at 6.30 p.m.

Tues 19th Nov              Youth drama at Jardine Cresc at 5.30 p.m.

Tues 19th Nov              Choir Practice at 7 p.m. in church

Tues 19th Nov              Allesley Green meeting at 8 p.m. at 8 Juniper Dv.

Weds 20th Nov            Lunch n Chat meal out at the Maudsley

Thurs 21st Nov                        Confirmation rehearsal at 6 p.m. in church

Thurs 21st Nov                        Deanery Synod at St Andrews at 7.30 p.m.

Sat 23rd Nov                Confirmation at 4 p.m. at Coventry Cathedral

Sat 23rd Nov                Barn Dance at Village Hall at 7.30 p.m.

Sun 24th Nov               Darkness to Light rehearsal at 6 p.m.

Mon 25th Nov              Junior Church Leaders at 7.30 at 28 Poundgate Lane

 

 

Readings                     2 Thess 3.6-13 (p 1190) & Luke 21.5-19 (p 1056)

Readers                       Jeremy Thomas & Ann Dove

Preacher                      Penny Hughes

Intercessions               Nick Tooby

Organist                      Michael Watts

Comm Asst                 Nick Tooby

Next week                   Col 1.11-20 & Matt 18.21-35

 

 

 

 

 

Pews News Nov 24th 2013

November 24th 2013

Welcome

St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Special Welcome

To those who were confirmed yesterday at Coventry Cathedral: Rosemarie Over, Emma Kelham, Sean Wildman, Stan Cooper, Chris Reed, Sharon Beales and Grace Daramola, who  are sharing communion with us for the first time today.  Please do continue to pray for them having taken this important step of commitment.

 

Sad News

Amanda Evans, Jackie Page’s daughter, sadly died on last week at Myton Hospice.  Her funeral takes place at St Andrews on Friday Nov 29th at 11 a.m.  Please pray for Jackie, Amanda’s husband Mark and the children, Jessica and Bethany at this very sad time.

Congratulations

To Sophie Corden who is being baptised today.

StAPH

The church council has agreed to employ a half time leader of StAPH (our church plant that meets at Woodlands School), with a salary of £11k, starting in May.  Please speak to Greg or Alex for an informal discussion.  The job description, person specification and application form are available on the St Andrews Website at www.strentz.com/standrews.  The post is being advertised across other local churches, but we want to do everything possible to encourage applications from within our own fellowship.  Do pray for StAPH as it commences another exciting stage of its journey.

 

YMCA

Please consider supporting Coventry YMCA on Weds of this week by voting for their basketball project in the People’s Millions competition.  Voting is on Weds only and the phone will be available on that day only on the website www.peoplesmillions.org.uk .  It is a great opportunity for this city and this area to win such a prestigious competition.  Calls cost only 10p with BT.

 

Congratulations

To Trev and Grace and Trevor and Pauline who were married at St Andrews this last week.

 

Toy Service

We hold our annual Toy Service next Sunday at 10 a.m.  Please bring new unwrapped toys to place under the Christmas Tree.  They will be donated to Coventry City Mission and distributed to children who will otherwise have nothing or very little at Christmas.

 

Crèche

The PCC have agreed to establish a staffed crèche during Sunday communion services starting on December 8th.  We would be grateful to anyone who would be willing to serve on a rota to help with this.  If you are willing to help, please speak to Kate or Greg.

 

Typhoon Appeal

Make a secure donation to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Typhoon Haiyan appeal at
http://www.dec.org.uk/?source=38degrees

– £12.50 could pay for a month’s worth of water purification tablets for five affected families
– £25 could provide a hungry family with 1 week’s worth of food
– £100 could prove an emergency shelter and bedding for a family whose home has been flattened

Besom

We are looking for a volunteer to attend an exploratory meeting of Besom (as advertised last week) tomorrow evening at St Christopher’s church to represent St Andrews.  For further details, please see Greg.

 

Link Deliverers party

There is a thank you party for all those wonderful souls who deliver the Link magazine rain or shine in some cases for many, many years.  It will take place in the church room on Thursday 5th December at 7.30 p.m.  Anyone who currently delivers the Link or has done so in the past is welcome.  See Barbara Warner for further details.

 

 

Crib Service

Help is wanted for this year’s Crib Service.  Would anyone be prepared to choreograph a short dance piece?  Please speak to Greg or Rebecca Martin.

 

Youth drama

Greg has started a new youth drama group at Jardine Youth Centre on Tuesday evenings from 5.30-6.30.  Lifts are available.  Please contact Greg on 7642 2856 if you want to know more.

 

Prayer List

Please pray for Brenda & Neville Lawrence, Angela Satchwell, & Derek Shale.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

 

 

Diary

Sun 24th Nov               Darkness to Light rehearsal at 6 p.m.

Mon 25th Nov              Junior Church Leaders at 7.30 at 28 Poundgate Lane

Tues 26th Nov              Youth Drama at Jardine Youth Centre at 5.30 p.m.

Tues 26th Nov              Choir Practice at 7 p.m.

Thurs 28th Nov            Band Practice at 7.15 p.m. in church

Sun 1st Dec                  Toy Service at 10 a.m.

Sun 1st Dec                  Darkness to Light at 6 p.m.

Sun 1st Dec                  Personnel Ctte at 7.15 p.m. at the Vicarage

Mon 2nd Dec                Home Group Leaders at 7.30 p.m. at 14 Trevor Close

Weds 4th Dec              Divorce Recovery Planning meeting at vicarage at 7 p.m.

 

 

Readings                     Col 1.11-20 (p 1182) & Matt 18.21-35 (p 985)

Readers                       Pete Bruton & Flix Haynes

Preacher                      Greg Smith

Intercessions               Alex Randle-Bissell

Organist                      George Cooke

Comm Asst                 Frances Hawkey

Next week at 8 a.m.    Rom 13.11-14 & Matt 24.36-44

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pews News Nov 10th 2013

November 10th 2013

Welcome

St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Special Welcome

To anyone attending for Remembrance Sunday.  Our act of remembrance will take place at 11 a.m.

StAPH

The PCC have agreed that StAPH, our church plant at Woodlands School, will run thrice monthly including third Sundays from next week onwards, meeting at 10.30 a.m. on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays of each month.  Going forward, we have also agreed to seek to employ a half time leader, with a salary of £11k.  Please speak to Greg or Alex for a job description, person specification or for an informal discussion.  The post will be advertised across other local churches, but we want to do everything possible to encourage applications from within our own fellowship.  Do pray for StAPH as it commences another exciting stage of its journey.

 

Pram Service

Please note our next Pram Service for pre-school children and their carers takes place on Tues 12th Nov at 9.15 a.m. with tea and coffee served from 8.45.  A fun half hour with stories, song and craft.  All welcome.

 

Congratulations

To Trev and Grace who are being married at St Andrews next Sunday.  And also to baby Arthur Crowe who is being baptized earlier that day.

 

Dan & Philippa

The latest blog from Dan & Philippa Munday, our missionary partners in Nepal is available to read on the rear noticeboard.

 

Deanery Synod

For the first time, St Andrews is hosting Deanery Synod on Thurs 21st November at 7.30 p.m.  We are looking for 2 or 3 volunteers to serve refreshments on this occasion.  Please see Greg or Fran if you are willing to help

 

Youth Service

There will be a Youth Service next Sunday at 6.30 p.m.  Please come along and support our young people.  We are hoping that other local churches will also be sending representatives, so it would be particularly good to have a good turn out from St Andrews.

 

Crèche

The PCC have agreed to establish a staffed crèche during Sunday communion services starting in December.  We would be grateful to anyone who would be willing to serve on a rota to help with this.  If you are willing to help, please speak to Kate or Greg.

 

Wish List

The Coventry Telegraph is again running this year.  Pat Sullivan has entered the Village Hall, for new curtains throughout.  Please save the tokens from the paper and put in the box at church.  Thank you.

 

Barn Dance

In the Village Hall on Saturday 23rd November at 7.30pm.  Book this in your diaries for a great night’s entertainment.  A fabulous night out for £8 adults £4 children.  Tickets available from Barbara Warner, Fran Smith or Jackie Lynch.

 

Link Deliverers party

There is a thank you party for all those wonderful souls who deliver the Link magazine rain or shine in some cases for many, many years.  It will take place in the church room on Thursday 5th December at 7.30 p.m.  Anyone who currently delivers the Link or has done so in the past is welcome.  See Barbara Warner for further details.

 

Youth drama

Greg has started a new youth drama group at Jardine Youth Centre on Tuesday evenings from 5.30-6.30.  Lifts are available.  Please contact Greg on 7642 2856if you want to know more.

 

Prayer List

Please pray for Amanda Evans, Brenda & Neville Lawrence, Angela Satchwell, Alan Pickering & Derek Shale.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

 

 

Diary

Mon 11th Nov              PCC at 7.30 p.m.

Tues 12th Nov              Pram Service at 9.15 a.m.

Tues 12th Nov              Youth Drama at 5.30 at Jardine Youth Centre

Thurs 14th Nov            Growing Leaders final session at 7.30 in church

Sun 17th Nov               Youth Service at 6.30 p.m.

Tues 19th Nov              Allesley Green meeting at 8 p.m. at 8 Juniper Dv.

 

 

Readings                     2 Thess 2.1-5, 13-17 (p 1189) & John 3.16-21 (p 1066)

Readers                       Graham & Elizabeth Shelton

Preacher                      Nick Tooby

Intercessions               Nick Tooby

Organist                      George Cooke

Comm Asst                 Harvey Wyatt

Next week                   2 Thess 3.6-13 & Luke 21.5-19

 

Pews News Oct 27th 2013

October 27th 2013

Welcome

St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Bishop’s Visit

The Bishop of Coventry clearly enjoyed his visit to St Andrews.  He wrote immediately on his return to thank us, and referred to the ‘many signs of wonderful things happening in people’s lives and in the life of the whole congregation’.  Thanks to all those who made him and his intern, Amy welcome and to those who provided cakes.

 

difficulties that you wish to offer to God; or simply to support others in this vital ministry.

 

StAPH

The PCC have agreed that StAPH, our church plant at Woodlands School, will run thrice monthly from November, meeting at 10.30 a.m. on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays of each month.  Going forward, we have also agreed to seek to employ a half time leader, with an approximate salary of £11k.  Please speak to Greg or Alex for a job description, person specification or for an informal discussion.  The post will be advertised across other local churches, but we want to do everything possible to encourage applications from within our own fellowship.  Do pray for StAPH as it commences another exciting stage of its journey.

 

Memorial Service

Our annual Memorial Service takes place next Sunday Nov 3rd at 6pm.  Anyone who wishes to have a loved one remembered by name should contact Alex, Harvey or Greg.

 

Safeguarding

It is essential that all those who work with children attend a church safeguarding briefing.  Linda Chylinksi has kindly agreed to give up a further evening for the benefit of those unable to attend either of the two previous sessions.  This takes place on Monday 28th October at Church.

 

Dan & Philippa

The latest blog from Dan & Philippa Munday, our missionary partners in Nepal is available to read on the rear noticeboard.

 

Preaching Course

Have you ever thought you might have a calling to preach?  We are running a short preaching course that is aimed at all who preach in church and those wishing to explore this ministry.  The course runs over two sessions on 2nd & 9th November from 9.30-12pm in Church.  Please see Alex or Greg for further details.

 

Crèche

The PCC have agreed to establish a staffed crèche during Sunday communion services starting in December.  We would be grateful to anyone who would be willing to serve on a rota to help with this.  If you are willing to help, please speak to Kate or Greg.

 

Wish List

The Coventry Telegraph is again running this year.  Pat Sullivan has entered the Village Hall, for new curtains throughout.  Please save the tokens from the paper and put in the box at church.  Thank you.

 

Barn Dance

In the Village Hall on Saturday 23rd November at 7.30pm.  Book this in your diaries for a great night’s entertainment.  A fabulous night out for £8 adults £4 children.  Tickets available from Barbara Warner, Fran Smith or Jackie Lynch.

 

Parents Group

Our parents group is now meeting on Monday afternoons at 2 p.m.  It’s not too late to join us.  Please contact Kate on 01676 522825 for more information.

 

Youth drama

Greg is starting a new youth drama group at Jardine Youth Centre on Tuesday evenings from 5.30-6.30.  Lifts are available.  Please contact Greg if you want to know more.

 

Prayer List

Please pray for Amanda Evans, Brenda & Neville Lawrence, Angela Satchwell, Katy’s baby & Derek Shale.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

 

 

Diary

Mon 28th Oct               Safeguarding briefing at 7.30 p.m.

Weds 30th Oct             Confirmation Preparation at 7.30 p.m. at the Vicarage

Sat 2nd Nov                 Preaching Workshop at 9.30 a.m. in church

Sun 3rd Nov                 Memorial Service at 6 p.m.

Sun 3rd Nov                 Confirmation Prep at 8 p.m.

Tues 5th Nov                Youth drama at 5.30 p.m. at Jardine Youth Centre

Tues 5th Nov                Baptism Preparation at 7.30 p.m. at the Vicarage

Weds 6th Nov              Personnel ctte at 7 pm at the Vicarage

 

Readings                     2 Tim 4.6-8, 16-18 (p 1197) & Luke 18.9-14 (p 1052)

Readers                       Victoria Kaczur & Angela Lamb

Preacher                      Alex Randle-Bissell

Intercessions               Alex Randle-Bissell

Comm Asst                 Harvey Wyatt

Organist                      George Cooke

Next week at 8 a.m.    2 Thess 1.1-4, 11-12 & Luke 19.1-10

 

 

 

Pews News Nov 3rd 2013

November 3rd 2013

Welcome

St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Bishop’s Visit

The Bishop of Coventry clearly enjoyed his visit to St Andrews.  He wrote immediately on his return to thank us, and referred to the ‘many signs of wonderful things happening in people’s lives and in the life of the whole congregation’.  Thanks to all those who made him and his intern, Amy, welcome and to those who provided cakes.

 

StAPH

The PCC have agreed that StAPH, our church plant at Woodlands School, will run thrice monthly from November, meeting at 10.30 a.m. on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays of each month.  Going forward, we have also agreed to seek to employ a half time leader, with an approximate salary of £11k.  Please speak to Greg or Alex for a job description, person specification or for an informal discussion.  The post will be advertised across other local churches, but we want to do everything possible to encourage applications from within our own fellowship.  Do pray for StAPH as it commences another exciting stage of its journey.

 

Pram Service

Please note our next Pram Service for pre-school children and their carers takes place on Tues 12th Nov at 9.15 a.m. with tea and coffee served from 8.45.  A fun half hour with stories, song and craft.  All welcome.

 

Memorial Service

Our annual Memorial Service takes place tonight at 6pm.

 

Dan & Philippa

The latest blog from Dan & Philippa Munday, our missionary partners in Nepal is available to read on the rear noticeboard.

 

Crèche

The PCC have agreed to establish a staffed crèche during Sunday communion services starting in December.  We would be grateful to anyone who would be willing to serve on a rota to help with this.  If you are willing to help, please speak to Kate or Greg.

 

Wish List

The Coventry Telegraph is again running this year.  Pat Sullivan has entered the Village Hall, for new curtains throughout.  Please save the tokens from the paper and put in the box at church.  Thank you.

 

Barn Dance

In the Village Hall on Saturday 23rd November at 7.30pm.  Book this in your diaries for a great night’s entertainment.  A fabulous night out for £8 adults £4 children.  Tickets available from Barbara Warner, Fran Smith or Jackie Lynch.

 

Youth drama

Greg is starting a new youth drama group at Jardine Youth Centre starting this Tuesday evening from 5.30-6.30.  Lifts are available.  Please contact Greg if you want to know more.

 

Prayer List

Please pray for Amanda Evans, Brenda & Neville Lawrence, Angela Satchwell & Derek Shale.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

 

 

Diary

Sun 3rd Nov                 Memorial Service at 6 p.m.

Sun 3rd Nov                 Confirmation Prep at 8 p.m.

Tues 5th Nov                Youth drama at 5.30 p.m. at Jardine Youth Centre

Tues 5th Nov                Choir Practice at 7 p.m. in church

Tues 5th Nov                Baptism Preparation at 7.30 p.m. at the Vicarage

Weds 6th Nov              Personnel ctte at 7 pm at the Vicarage

Sat 9th Nov                  Preaching Workshop 9.30-12 noon

Mon 11th Nov              PCC at 7.30 p.m.

Tues 12th Nov              Pram Service at 9.15 a.m.

 

Readings at 8 a.m.      2 Thess 1.1-4, 11-12 & Luke 19.1-10

Reader                         Maureen Hall

Next week                   2 Thess 2.1-5, 13-17 & Luke 20.27-38

 

 

You may not have heard of Carriers of Hope.  We are a Coventry charity working with asylum seekers, Refugees and Eastern European migrants. Most of the families we are working with each Tuesday morning are destitute. For the past two years we have aimed to bless these families by taking them Christmas-in-a Bag, to bring some joy and colour into their sad and dismal lives.

As in previous years we are working on a budget of £25 per family to make their Christmas day special.  To enable us to support over 150 families we will need donations towards the £25 per family. If you, your church or group wish to take part you could:

1.  “Adopt a family” and take them Christmas-in-a-Bag, containing  A large chicken; A bag of potatoes; Fresh vegetables and few pieces of fruit; 6 crackers; A cake or pudding of some kind; Biscuits; Sweets; A Christmas card from you with a personal message of support.

 

OR:

2. Bring “in-date” goodies to a central point in the weeks leading up to Christmas, so we can make up bags to give out;

3. Send a donation of money to the address below (cheques made payable to Carriers of Hope)

4. Make a payment into our bank account: Carriers of Hope. Sort Code 60-08-40;  Account number 65562526;

5. Send £15 gift cards for Asda or Sainsbury to address below.

 

On the last session of Circle of Friends before Christmas (Tuesday 17thDecember) we will give our families a bag in which are some Christmas cheerful goodies (a tin of sweets, cakes or biscuits and a box of crackers – which we estimate will cost £10) and we will give them a supermarket gift card for £15 for them to go out and buy the makings of a dinner for their families.
Thank you for reading this.
Lots of love from
Sue Sampson
Carriers of Hope, Coventry
55, Garth Crescent
Coventry
CV3 2PP

Phone: 024 7645 6356
There’s more information about Carriers of Hope on our website and Facebook page:
www.carriersofhope.org.uk/
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Carriers-of-Hope-Coventry/330328640393060