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Call out as third Literature Festival dates revealed
The dates for the third annual Wolverhampton Literature Festival have been announced for 2019.
Mayor launches apprentice promise for all West Midlands young people
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has promised every young person the support they need to get an apprenticeship or training opportunity in a bid to cut youth unemployment in the region.
Black Country 5G survey
The Black Country LEP is conducting a survey to help identify digital innovation or activity which could be utilised as part of a 5G trial
The latest news and updates from across the Black Country and more in our October 2018 newsletter
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
Jobs increase across the Black Country in 2017
The UK Business Register and Employment Survey has just released data that demonstrates an increase across the Black Country from 2016 to 2017 which means in terms of job creation the area is one of the highest-performing areas in the Country.
Have your say on city centre Westside Link proposal
Exciting new artist’s impressions of what Wolverhampton city centre could look like have been unveiled - and the public can have their say on the plans from Monday, October 8.
Wolverhampton selected to host prestigious art show
City of Wolverhampton has been selected as one of four cities to be part of the biggest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK.
£165m housing and infrastructure investment to support Commonwealth Games can leave lasting legacy
A £165m deal to build an Athletes’ Village for the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the infrastructure needed for thousands more new homes was this afternoon (Monday October 1) welcomed by West Midlands leaders.
Historic day as full demolition starts on city railway station
Today (Friday) marks a historic moment for the City of Wolverhampton as machines begin full demolition of the city’s railway station.
First home on Tap Works scheme to go on show
The first of 150 new homes are emerging on the Tap Works Development scheme in Low Hill – with the show home set to open its doors this Saturday (September 29).
Steelpark jobs and investment boost for Wolverhampton
The £7 million construction of a range of industrial and warehouse units is set to bring 165 jobs to the City of Wolverhampton.
MA show returns to Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Works by some of the very best up and coming artists are being exhibited at the annual University of Wolverhampton MA show, at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from Thursday, September 27 to Wednesday, October 3.
Galliford Try sign up to City of Wolverhampton Charter
Major construction company Galliford Try has signed up to the City of Wolverhampton Charter.
Ex-Student goes the Transervice distance with Career Advice and Guidance at Thorns Collegiate Academy
The Black Country Consortium working in partnership with The Careers and Enterprise Company’s national flagship Enterprise Adviser programme, which links business and education was put to the road test today (18th Sept).
City Deal ‘Working Together’ – A Celebration of Success
The City Deal ‘Working Together’ project held a Celebration Awards event at Wolverhampton Wanderers Molineux Stadium on Tuesday 18 September 2018 to recognise and celebrate some of the customer achievements from the past 4 years.
Businesses invited to join successful growth programme
City of Wolverhampton Council’s Business Development Team is looking for 25 Wolverhampton-based companies to join the final phase of its fully-funded European business growth support project, AIM.