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Coventry Memorial Park

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Coventry's finest park has recently undergone a multi million pound face lift. This includes a new visitor's centre, upgraded facilities football pitches and paths and a rejuvenated children's play area. The Memorial has also been spruced up with the stonework cleaned and new stairs and ramps being built around the base.

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