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The Walk – Through Coventry

Travelling sustainably towards equality, diversity and inclusion

As part of our UK City of Culture travel assistant deployment for Coventry, ‘You. Smart. Thing.’ is proud to be supporting the Little Amal, a young refugee, who has embarked on a remarkable journey!

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‘You. Smart. Thing.’ Informs An Artistic Route To Environmental Sustainability

Image by Jill Reidy, Red Snapper Photography

A goodwill gesture to the UK’s littered coastlines

Throughout August, Warwickshire-based artist Rob Hamp is travelling to some of the UKs busiest coastal locations to collect litter and sand to inform a new architectural artwork. The Art Can Be Rubbish Too project aims to encourage recycling, civic pride, and asks us to look again at our own relationship to waste. The work will be launched at Coventry Biennial 2021 this October and is a co-commission between Coventry Biennial and UK City of Culture 2021 / Green Futures.

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Travability

Disabled people do not exist in silos

A consortium developing a new data-sharing framework to communicate disabled people’s travel requirements between supply-chain operators has secured funding from the UK’s Connected Places Catapult.

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#CoventryMoves

Visiting the UK City of Culture 2021

As UK City of Culture 2021, Coventry is gearing up for a stunning programme of events.

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Restarting the Cultural Sector

‘In-situ’ and ‘En-route’ Travel Advice for Audiences

YST is currently helping to restart the cultural sector by working with destinations and events to deploy our UK government backed ‘Travel Assistant’.

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Travel, Tourism, Hospitality & The Coronavirus

Recovery from Covid-19 whilst managing ‘social distancing’

The cultural sector, including festivals, sports events and day trips has been decimated by the Coronavirus pandemic. As people wrestle with the resulting social depression, to successfully rebuild it we need creative and engaging ways of managing best-practice in respect of social distancing and ensuring public safety.

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