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 […]
Next week is ‘Wednesfield History Week’ and there are a number of events taking place to mark the rich history of Wednesfield, one of the oldest parts of Wolverhampton.
Wednesfield & Fallings Park neighbourhood partnership officer will hike up the highest mountain in Britain to raise money for Cancer Research UK after his own father was diagnosed with the illness. Simon Hamilton, who works for Wednesfield and Fallings Park Local Neighbourhood Partnership, will be attempting the arduous task along with his friend Diane Crutchley, […]
Wednesfield and Fallings Park Local Neighbourhood Partnership recently had an evening celebrating and thanking the unsung heroes of the local community. The inaugural â€˜Local Heroes Awardâ€™ evening was held at Edward the Elder School and was attended by around 150 local people.Â The categories included volunteer, Good Neighbour, Young Achiever and Team; awards were given […]
Wolverhampton City Council is currently advertising the job of ‘Neighbourhood Warden’ for the Wednesfield area. The job requires someone to: “Work in the Local Neighbourhood Partnership (LNP) areas with local communities, businesses, service providers and other partner agencies, to build positive relations in order to respond to community safety and anti-social behaviour issues as identified […]
Wednesfield & Fallings Park Local Neighbourhood Partnership are working in Partnership with Wolverhampton Learning Partnerships Adult Learning Broker Jo Ingleby. A program of activities for adults to take part in have been put together over a fortnight starting on 22 March and running until 2 April. These range from Plastering & Basic Plumbing to the […]
Taken from West Midlands Police website: WOLVERHAMPTON police officers have been getting on-side with local youngsters through a community football tournament. The event, which took place on Saturday 13 March, was organised by officers from the Ashmore Park neighbourhood police team, the Local Neighbourhood Partnership (LNP) and Wolverhampton City Council Youth Services.