Earlsdon & Whoberley 2021

Including Chapelfields and Spon End

Took place on 20‑26 Feb 2021

This event has already taken place.

Welcome to Earlsdon and Whoberley Window Wanderland 2021! 

February 20th-26th 5:30pm -9pm

The Coventry City of Culture team has kindly invited neighbourhoods throughout the city to hold their own Window Wanderland! The goal of the event is to provide a Covid-secure, positive experience that helps to reduce social isolation and bring together communities through sharing in our creativity. Help us to create a magical walking trail through the streets of Earlsdon, Chapelfields, Spon End and Whoberley by signing up as a window maker today! 


Taking part is free and open to everyone; you just need to register your address using the link below. When you sign up one of the organisers will confirm your address, you will then receive a ‘Welcome Pack’ email with links to display ideas and general information. 

Some streets have themes that you can contribute to if you wish to. The current list of themes is displayed below; please let us know if your street has a theme which is not listed here. 
The most important thing is to enjoy taking part, so feel free to get creative and express your own ideas! If you are looking for some inspiration or links to resources, you can connect with the organisers and other houses taking part via our event’s Facebook page: 


You can also find out more information about all of the Coventry City of Culture Window Wanderland events here:


List of Themes

(updated 26/01/2021)

This list is designed to be a guide for reference and inspiration; you are free to decorate your window however you would like to!

– Stanley Road- Black and White

– Harewood Road- Going Global

– Craven Street and Sir Thomas Whites Road – ‘Time’, in recognition of the local watchmakers’ history

– Shaftesbury Road and St Andrews Road – Coventry Through Time

– The North Earlsdon Residents Association area (NENA) – ‘ If Music be the Food of Love, Play On’

– Hartingdon Crescent – “The magic of the window is not in itself but in the view it shows…”

– Warwick Avenue – ‘My Favourite Things’

– Pangfield Park in Allesley Park – Harry Potter/Magic

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