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Help keep everyone safe as more shops and businesses reopen
16/06/2020
With more shops and businesses reopening to customers, Sandwell Council has urged shoppers to continue following key advice to keep safe.
People urged to wear face coverings
16/06/2020
Dudley Council’s director of public health is reminding people to wear face coverings on public transport, in accordance with new rules coming into force in England
People urged not to shop in large groups
16/06/2020
Shoppers are being urged not to shop in large groups as new rules in town centres across Dudley borough go live today (Monday June 15).
Extra funding to prevent homelessness
16/06/2020
Dudley Council has received extra funding to boost its work to prevent homelessness across the borough.
Passenger rail services planned to re-connect Walsall and Wolverhampton
15/06/2020
There will be two trains an hour calling at new stations when the Walsall to Wolverhampton line reopens to passenger services it has been confirmed.
University secures funding to address stress in Cybersecurity
12/06/2020
A team at the University of Wolverhampton is creating innovative new technology to help Cyber Security professionals reduce stress and improve performance.
Sandwell Council launches 2020 Arts Trail competition
12/06/2020
Residents across Sandwell are encouraged to get arty for the 2020 Sandwell Arts Trail competition. The theme is How Does Your Garden Grow?
i9 office development reaches sky-high milestone
12/06/2020
City of Wolverhampton Council’s eye-catching modern office development i9 is set to start emerging from the ground next month.
Mayor and Severn Trent CEO host recovery roundtable
12/06/2020
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street and Severn Trent CEO Liv Garfield have hosted a socially distanced roundtable with business leaders from across the West Midlands to discuss the region’s economic recovery.
Plans in place for non-essential shops reopening
12/06/2020
Wolverhampton is gearing up for the reopening of non-essential shops from Monday (June 15).
Supporting shoppers and business to open safely
12/06/2020
The Government has announced that more shops can open from Monday (15 June) and Sandwell Council is putting together a package of guidance and support to help local businesses and shoppers stay safe.
Art in Lockdown invite inspires hundreds of creations
12/06/2020
Last month Wolverhampton Art Gallery and City of Wolverhampton Council Library Services invited the city’s public to submit images of their lockdown-inspired creations to be included in a special online exhibition entitled Art in Lockdown.
Student photographers put women in the picture
12/06/2020
University of Wolverhampton photography students took part in Wolves Women’s Day 2020 recently when they put their work on display to highlight Wolverhampton women in the creative arts.
Council boss: We will help protect “jewels in the crown”
12/06/2020
The leader of Dudley Council has pledged to support the borough’s top tourist attractions and help them fight back following the coronavirus crisis.
Advice on face coverings and social distancing from Sandwell’s director of public health
12/06/2020
Sandwell Council’s director of public health is reminding people to follow new rules on wearing face coverings which become compulsory on public transport from Monday (15 June).
Online business hub as shoppers return
10/06/2020
Businesses are being urged to make use of an online hub packed with information and resources to keep Dudley borough town centres safe.