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Fargo Village is a creative quarter on Far Gosford Street, Coventry, England. Costing £5 million[1] and opened on 27 September 2014,[2] it is a mixture of mobile catering units, small boutique style units housed in container like structures and large warehouse stores.

Units include coffee shops, vegan café, a craft beer brewery, Twisted Barrel, vintage clothing shops and even the world's only museum dedicated to TV actor Phil Silvers.[3] The Box is a 500 capacity music and drama venue linked to and adjacent to the site.[4]

As well as housing retail units The Village holds regular events such as classic car shows, open air cinema evenings, food festivals and dog shows.


  1. ^ "Firms signing up for Coventry's FarGo creative village". Birmingham Post.
  2. ^ "Thousands turn up for opening of Coventry's FarGo Village". Coventry Telegraph.
  3. ^ "One man's obsession with Sergeant Bilko". BBC News.
  4. ^ "Work at new 500-seat arts centre at FarGo Village reaches half-way stage". Coventry Telegraph.

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