Unsung community heroes from four organisations across the City of Wolverhampton are celebrating after learning they are to receive the highest award for volunteer groups in the country.
Thousands of low wage earners in the West Midlands are set to benefit from a new adult education funding policy announced today.
Excitement is building as businesses wait to hear if they have been shortlisted in the Wolverhampton Independent Retail Excellence (WIRE) Awards. Judges are currently working their way through the 240 entries received from a wide cross-section of businesses all hoping to make it to the finals.
Communities across the West Midlands have been awarded almost £60,000 of National Lottery funding to host celebrations, thanks to a new partnership between the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.
A pioneering new unit to ensure everyone in the region benefits from the work of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has been established.
There are two local history talks in June brought to you by City of Wolverhampton Council and the Friends of Wolverhampton Archives and Local Studies.
Fascinating finds are lined up at the next antiques fair being held at City of Wolverhampton's historic Bantock House Museum and Park. The beautiful house and gardens, off Finchfield Road, is hosting the latest monthly antiques and collectors fair on Sunday, June 3.
The region’s various faiths have united in support of an action plan by West Midlands Mayor Andy Street to tackle key issues like youth unemployment and homelessness.
Wolverhampton Art Gallery is inviting young artists to take part in free sessions to develop their skills. ArtForum is an arts youth group based at the Lichfield Street gallery, where participants can try out a range of art activities and make personalised artwork.
Wolves at Work today (Wednesday) started a new initiative to recruit City of Wolverhampton residents into construction jobs.
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has outlined to Parliament the key priorities for the West Midlands as the UK leaves the European Union.
City of Wolverhampton private sector landlords are being reminded that the mandatory licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) will change from October 1, 2018.
A new way for people to engage with Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, is being launched online today. By clicking on a link, residents will be taken to an interactive chat accessed from one of the popular applications people use daily such as Facebook Messenger.
As part of the City of Wolverhampton’s Queen Street Gateway Townscape Heritage Scheme local volunteers have researched the history of several of the street’s properties.
Approval has been granted to Interchange partner and leading property developer, Ion, for the proposed i9 building on Railway Drive.
Plans to use large tracts of former industrial land for housing and give local people the skills to fill thousands of new construction jobs were given a major boost today (Friday May 18).