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The announcement was made in Hull during the BBC's The One Show, as the current UK City of Culture's year-long celebration there nears an end.Coventry, in the West Midlands, beat Paisley, Stoke-on-Trent, Sunderland and Swansea.The economic impact will be huge for the city and the West Midlands.'It's been a bid by and for the people of Coventry.It has brought so many people and organisations together and this is just the start.'Over the next three years we will ensure that everyone in the city, which has been moving people by cycle, car and jet engine, is now moving people through culture.'Emma Harrabin and Justine Themen, from the Coventry bid delegation at the announcement in Hull, admitted they were surprised by the announcement as they had not dared to think they might win.Visual artist Mandy Mc Intosh said: 'I know that the momentum will continue.There are things in place that were going to happen anyway, with or without the bid.'The other thing is, I know that the consciousness has been raised in Paisley.Fiona Harvey wrote: 'I just can't believe that dump Coventry won city of culture over paisley [sic].' Former winners of the competition have attracted major investment.Emma Harrabin and Justine Themen, from the Coventry bid delegation at the announcement in Hull, admitted they were surprised by the announcement as they had not dared to think they might win.
The official bid page for Sunderland UK City of Culture 2021 tweeted a collage saying 'Thank you Sunderland', along with the message: 'It wasn't to be, but we certainly gave it our best shot!'One of his hands was raised covered in a bandage, obviously trying to keep the blood flowing but did not see a weapon, however there was definitely a bladed weapon involved by the looks of the injuries.Twitter users are subjecting Coventry to savage mockery after the city was declared the UK City of Culture for 2021.Scottish town Paisley, in Renfrewshire, was the favourite to win the title after being given odds of 5/4 by Ladbrokes.Swansea, meanwhile, had odds of 3/1, with Coventry third place on 4/1 and Sunderland in fourth at 6/1.