The Wardens have been working closely with Wolverhampton Homes and the Police to solve problems with anti-social behaviour in a number of areas in Wednesfield. As a result of this, gates are due to be put up at the garage site of Whiston Avenue and also the rear of shops on Moathouse Lane.
Wardens have been collecting information for the police and visiting residents in several areas, Wednesfield park area and Perry Hall area with regard to both anti-social and criminalÂ behaviour. Work is ongoing and welfare checks are regularly made and advice given to the residents living in the area.
Due to a rise in distraction burglaries in Ashmore Park, advice is being given and awareness increased by the wardens. A leaflet drop is being planned for the area also.
A number of bicycle locks have been donated to a number of schools in Ashmore Park. This is to encourage children to get fit and active by riding to school.
The Wardens and the LNP are purchasing a banner for the Pickering Road friendship club. This is to encourage new members to the club.
The Wardens are currently involved in an allotment project with the students at Wednesfield High School. This project is ongoing.
In the near future the Wardens are to attend an Eco club at Wood End School. This is a great opportunity for the Wardens to engage with children from the area.
An inter-generational project is being arranged by the wardens with the Brownie pack from St. Gregoryâ€™s Church. The Brownies are to sing their favourite songs to elderly residents at aÂ local residential home. In return, they are having a trip to their anniversary celebrations funded by Wednesfield LNP.