Published on October 19th, 2011 | by James Clarke0
Wednesfield news round up (19th Oct 2011)
Dog & Partridge seeks new management
Marston’s Brewery are advertising a tenanted vacancy at The Dog & Partridge in Wednesfield.
Having had at least one change of management in recent years, it appears the brewery is Â now looking for someone else to take over with the suggestion that serving food could increase the pub’s popularity/takings.
Skate Park improvements for Ashmore Park
Phase 2 of Â the Ashmore Park Skate Park extension is under way. Â Cas Simpson, Area Youth Manager for Wolverhampton City CouncilÂ reported at last night’s PACT meeting that new skate ramps have been sourced and the service is seeking further funding and planning permission to progress with the project.
Community notice boards
Wednesfield’s neighbourhood Police team are looking for notice boards around the area to display advice and publicity, if you know of any notice boards they could use, please email Sgt Simon Causer.
Warning over Lottery Scam
A new postal scam seems to beÂ targetingÂ the area – residents have been receiving letters claiming to be from the ‘Euro Millions Lottery’ through their doors claiming they have won a large amount of cash.
These letters are asking for people to send an administration fee along with bank details to claim the prize and also include a phone number which is suspected to be a premium rate number.
Police confirmed this is a scam and encourage all residents to destroy any such letters that they receive.
Metal thefts on the rise
There has been a rise in metal-related thefts across Wednesfield, echoes the rise nationally and Police are encouraging residents to report all metal thefts.
A number of these thefts have taken place in the same streets, so it is important that Police are made aware of these in order to try and catch the offenders.
Vote for local charities!
The NatWest CommunityForce makes grants to support people, projects and charities in local communities – but unlike most grants, the decision is made by public vote! Voting is open from now until 24 October, and everyone has three votes.Â The three projects with the most votes in each CommunityForce area will win the awards.
Cake Fest a great success!
The recent Cake Fest at St Thomas’ Church in Wednesfield raised over Â£200 towards repairs for the Church roof – thanks to all who took part!