A 20ft puppet of Lady Godiva has returned to Coventry to take a lap of honour.
Thousands of people crowded into the city centre to see her 'ride' her mechanical horse around the ring roads, before taking a stroll through the streets.
She was created to represent the West Midlands at the London 2012 Olympic Games last year and has been on tour ever since. Andy Bevan reports.
Thousands of people gathered in Coventry city centre to welcome the 20ft effigy of Lady Godiva - and some told ITV they thought she looked "wonderful".
After a tour of Coventry's ring road, the giant 20ft Lady Godiva puppet took a stroll past shoppers in the city centre using her 'walking frame'.
Shoppers stopped to take pictures and cheer as she strolled through the streets.
The giant puppet, created for the London 2012 Olympics, was returning home after a year on tour.
A giant 20ft effigy of Lady Godiva has returned to Coventry to parade around the city's ring road.
The puppet, created for the London 2012 Olympic Games to represent the West Midlands in arts and culture, is powered by around 100 cyclists.
Sat atop her mechanical horse, she took a lap of honour around the ring road before heading into the centre.
A giant puppet of Lady Godiva will once again ride through the streets of Coventry today.
The 20ft tall effigy was created for the cultural celebrations to mark last year's Olympics in London.
The structure is powered by around a hundred cyclists, who will pedal it through the city.
The City of Coventry stadium continues to play host to Olympics football. Today, however, the city itself was also in a party mood to celebrate the games.
Thousands watched as a giant statue of Lady Godiva was paraded through the streets.
A 10m tall puppet of Lady Govida has paraded through Coventry today, as it prepares for its trip to the London Olympic Games 2012.
Thousands of people arrived to see the celebration move through the city.