June 14th is Black Country Day and Willenhall would like to play its own part, by creating a flag for their home town.
Wednesfield High School will be holding a charity community fun day on Saturday 14th June 2014.
A group of local young men are raising money for Birmingham Children’s hospital while at the same time supporting their 15 year old friend.
Last week we asked for your nominations, who you thought your community hero was and why. All your heros will be invited as VIP guests to this years Christmas Lights switch on, with one being given the task of getting up on stage to flick the switch with Rapper Apollo and the Mayor. The overall […]
Jerome Turner lives in Wednesfield, regularly comments on our pages, and has even written a couple of blog posts for us. What you might not also know is that he’s a researcher at Birmingham City University, and this year he started studying for his own PhD. His work explores community media audiences, and namely something […]
This year we are looking someone to come along on the 21st November and take part in our Christmas Lights switch on. We’re looking for a local resident who has gone above and beyond what’s expected – they can be nominated for their voluntary work, their dedication to a cause or a spectacular act of […]
Following the launch of its ongoing fundraising appeal, St Thomas’ Church has leased the old Wednesfield Library on Church Street and work has already begun to convert the building into a new church and community centre for the town. Launched in the summer of 2011, the St Thomas’ Church and Centre appeal has already raised […]