October 28, 2005

City slogans and climate change

In recent months, the tedium of the Gibbet Hill traffic queues reduces one to reading the banners fluttering from lamp-posts proclaiming that "Coventry is the hottest place to be this year". This year Leamington was quite hot enough, thank you very much; the nights were oppressively sticky and restless in our sultry top-floor bedrooms.

"Summer of Cov" states another suggestive slogan. Does anyone really call it Cuventry any more? Coventry may be trying harder, but Glasgow was miles better.


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  1. Not very well thought out, those 'Summer of Cov' banners – the text on them was diagonal, so it normally reads 'Summer o' or 'r of Cov'. They also look a bit cheap to me.

    28 Oct 2005, 15:36


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