Piecing together the city with a new range of Coventry jigsaws

A Coventry business is looking to celebrate the city’s landmarks and attractions by launching a new range of jigsaws.

Aaron Ashmore, owner of Etch & Pin, believes that the jigsaws are a fun way of showing the world how much history and culture Coventry has.

There are seven Coventry jigsaw puzzles released which feature the Coventry skyline, Thrust SSC from Coventry Transport Museum, Coventry Cathedral, Coventry University and Herbert Art Museum.

The jigsaws follow on from Etch & Pin’s popular pin badges and the Coventry Sticker Album which saw the business nominated for a number of awards including winning “Role Model of the Year’ at the recent Midlands Business Awards.

The 35-year-old said: “The reception to the jigsaws has been amazing so far with lots of people telling us they are looking forward to tackling them over the Christmas period.

“Our jigsaws are made by Coventry people, for Coventry people.”

As with previous products, the business is partnering with a local charity with £1 from every jigsaw sold online is being donated to Fridays Coventry - a weekly event which enables Coventry teenagers to have an enjoyable safe Friday evening whilst staying away from antisocial behaviour, violence and knife crime.

The jigsaws launched on the 30th November and can be bought on etchandpin.co.uk and various locations in the city.