20th Jan, 2022

Coventry Music Museum - hit hard during the Coronavirus pandemic - receives £15,800 grant to help safeguard its future

FEARS for the future of the Coventry Music Museum have been eased after the venue received a £15,800 grant from the Cultural Recovery Fund.

The cash will help the museum which has seen its visitor numbers drop to an all-time low during the lockdown and brought about a subsequent loss of revenue.

Pete Chambers BEM, Director of The Coventry Music Museum, said things were looking bleak and described the grant as a ‘game changer’.

“This amazing grant will take away much of our worry and help us pay a large part of the £20,000 a year it takes to keep us going.

“We just want to say a massive thanks to the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund #HereForCulture.”

The museum has recently attained its ‘We’re Good to Go’ Covid-19 compliant rating, where safety comes first and

Test and Trace has long been in operation, plus a one way system, sanitiser, masks, even the pens are being sanitised.

To book an appointment to visit the museum, which is open from Thursday to Sunday, call 07971 171441.

Are you on Facebook?

Like or follow our Facebook page - facebook.com/CovObserver to get daily news updates straight to your news feed.


Find a career you'll love with our free career finder website.


We can provide all of your printing needs at competitive rates.


Weddings, Birthdays, Bereavements, Thank you notices, Marriages and more.

Business Directory

From plumbers, to restaurants, we can provide you with all the info you need.