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YMCA Secure £941,000 To Complete City Gateway Project
A local charity have secured funding of £941,000 funds from the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership to complete a landmark building project in Wolverhampton City Centre.
New West Midlands cycle hire scheme to start with pilot in Sutton Coldfield
A new cycle hire scheme is due to launch across the West Midlands next year offering more people the chance to cycle around our towns and cities.
National Brownfield Institute receives planning approval
The building of a new £17.5million National Brownfield Institute (NBI) in Wolverhampton will start in the New Year after it today (Friday) received planning approval to be constructed on the University of Wolverhampton’s Springfield Campus.
Colleges join forces to get West Midlands back into work
Further education colleges across the West Midlands have joined forces to help get local people who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic back into work.
Swimming pool in place at new leisure centre – pictures
The swimming pool is in place at Dudley’s new £18 million leisure centre – as latest pictures today show the ambitious project is taking shape.
WMCA shows a tree is for life, not just for Christmas
As many people decorate their Christmas tree at home, the West Midlands Virtual Forest is heading towards 11,000 trees.
Shop Wolverhampton and you could be a winner
Visit the new Shop Wolverhampton (www.shop-wolverhampton.com) website – and you could be a winner this Christmas!
Help for households struggling financially this winter in Sandwell
A grant scheme has been launched by Sandwell Council to help households who have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Further grants now available to Sandwell businesses
Government funding has been made available for the Council to pay a range of support grants to businesses.
New Degree Apprenticeship further boosts skills in healthcare sector
The University of Wolverhampton has introduced a new Degree Apprenticeship to further boost skills in the healthcare sector.
Job scheme launches after trial helps more than 600 into work
Following the success of the biggest jobs support trial of its kind in the world, the Black Country is getting more support to help people who have health conditions into work.
Council supporting schools to close digital divide
City of Wolverhampton Council has been working with schools during the Covid-19 pandemic in a bid to start closing the digital divide.
Planning application submitted for council’s first solar farm
City of Wolverhampton Council has submitted a planning application for its first solar farm to be developed to power New Cross Hospital with renewable energy.
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Shop Wolverhampton on Small Business Saturday
As part of Wolverhampton’s Shop Local campaign residents are being urged to show their support for city traders on Small Business Saturday (December 5).
Create Central launches TV Production Bootcamp to help West Midlands creative talent into jobs following the global pandemic
The region’s independent TV sector is calling on creative talent from across the West Midlands to join an innovative new skills Bootcamp.