Local Historian Ray Fellows will be giving one of his local history talks at The Vine Inn on Lichfield Road on Saturday 26th February at 7pm.
Local historian and author Ray Fellows has recently published a new book entitled “This is Wednesfield, our Wednesfield”.
Local historians Ray Fellows and Tony Gough are holding a local history talk in November and want to hear your memories of Wednesfield’s past.
We recently received the below email from Wednesfield resident Eileen Schreuders who is in search of a photograph taken in Wednesfield around V.E. Day, 1945. If you think you can help Eileen, please get in touch with WV11.co.uk byÂ emailing us or calling/texting us on 07855 409 319. Dear Sir or Madam, I was a Wednesfield […]
Local Historian Ray Fellows is holding a history talk about Wednesfield and the Battle Of Wodensfield at The Vine Inn on Lichfield Rd this Friday. Ray’s talk marks the 1,100th anniversary of the battle which was reported to have taken place on the 4th and 5th of August in the year 910. The Battle took […]
From Wednesfield & Fallings Park LNP: Choirs put on a performance to sing about!!! Choirâ€™s from Edward the Elder, St Patrickâ€™s & Wodensfield Primary Schools performed a collection of songs in the new Wednesfield Community Centre in celebration of the opening of the new Community Library. Attendees at the event included the Community Library Champions, […]
The new Trap Makers Bridge in Wednesfield was officially opened by the Right Worshipful, the Mayor of Wolverhampton, Councillor Malcolm Gwinnett on Monday 1st June. Other VIP Guests included Peter Hurlstone President of the Wednesfield Rotary club, David Johns Hon Sectary Wednesfield Rotary Club, Steve Ritchings of the Halcrow Group, Wednesfield and Fallings Park Local […]