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Good News: Building Schools For The Future

With all the Government cuts and austerity measures an announcement was made yesterday on the fate of the Building Schools for the Future scheme. Building Schools for the Future (BSF) is a long-term programme of investment and change in Wolverhampton. It will provide in excess of £300 million to transform education for secondary age students […]

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Cosmo Pan Asian restaurant opens at Bentley Bridge

Hello there! Now you’ve found our post about Cosmo (it’s very popular!), how about subscribing to email updates or following us on Facebook? We post tons of info about news and events in Wednesfield and often find out first about new restaurants opening such as Cosmo and Nandos. ——————————– TO MAKE A BOOKING, PLEASE CALL: […]

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St Thomas Spring Fayre

St Thomas’ Church on the High Street is holding it’s Spring Fayre this Saturday,  10am – 12 noon, Stalls will include cakes, books, music, jewellery, bric-a-brac, groceries, the human fruit machine and more. Everyone is welcome! If you  attend the Fayre don’t forget to post your pictures to our Flickr Pool or to our Facebook […]

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Ashmore Park pensioner in Cruise Ship rescue

A 78 year old great-grandmother from Ashmore Park was one of thousands caught up in the recent travel chaos caused by a volcanic eruption in Iceland, but all ended well for Betty Potts  when she was ‘rescued’ by a luxury cruise ship and given the trip of a lifetime courtesy of her travel operator! Dream […]

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Fallings Park Methodist Church has a new website

We recently received an email asking if we could mention nearby Fallings Park Methodist Church’s new website: “Hello Would it be possible to mention on WV11 that Fallings Park Methodist Church can now be found online by visiting the new website www.fallingsparkmethodist.co.uk? The site has been set up so that we can encourage members of […]

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Have your say on Policing priorities (public meetings and surgeries)

West Midlands Police run regular public meetings and surgeries throughout the area which encourage local residents to come forward and have their say on Policing the issues that matter to them.

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Exclusive photos inside Wednesfield’s new Community Library

We were recently sent some exclusive photos of Wednesfield’s new £2.3 million community library taken during the construction stage. Whilst some have questioned the design of the building, we think it’s great and reflects the changing face of Wednesfield, and we’re sure you’ll agree from the photos that whilst the rooms look far from finished, […]