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This page gives a set of links for anyone wanting to find out more about Coventry or watchmaking. If you would like to have a link placed on this site, please feel free to contact us.

Coventry Walks - a set of walks in the Coventry area - You may also be interested in the information on the site which refers to the Spon Street Conservation Area.

Visit Coventry - the official visitors guide to Coventry and Warwickshire -

icCoventry - official website for Coventry newspapers, in association with the Coventry Evening Telegraph -

British Horological Institute - website for anyone interested in time keeping -

Wikipedia - mention of Coventry Watch Museum on Wikipedia - Wikipedia.

Longines Watch - The worlds largest watch resource, to help you make the right decision when choosing a watch. By providing information on every watch from all luxury watch brands -

Jaeger-LeCoultre - Jaeger-LeCoultre Swiss Watchmakers - Jaeger-LeCoultre.

Historic UK - a history and heritage accommodation guide for the UK - and history page.

Family Researcher - a website of a family researcher - specialises in Coventry Family History -

Francis and Gaye Ltd are Coventry and Warwickshire's leading diamond and watch specialists. They are retailers and manufacturers of fine jewellery and watches, and have their own jewellery and design workshops! Francis and Gaye Ltd.

Coventry Watch Museum Project is a regular exhibitor at the Midland Clock and Watch Fairs at the National Motorcycle Museum

Charles Frodsham & Co Ltd are a well established British firm of clock and watches of high quality

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CWMP visit to British Museum July 2009 - the pictures were all taken by Peter Naul