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 […]
We have recently received two reports of Cats being shot with air guns in Ashmore Park and local residents are now concerned that there maybe someone nearby who is targeting cats.
Local resident Adam recently contact WV11 about the possibility of putting on live music events somewhere in Wednesfield. Adam is keen to try and build a local music scene in Wednesfield that caters to both young and old musicians alike; his idea is to stage a local ‘battle of the bands’ type event with contestants […]
A Jack Russell puppy has been reported missing in Ashmore Park. The puppy who is white with fudge coloured spots has been missing since Thursday 21st January and answers to the name of “Fudge”. If you see or find Fudge, please drop us an email or call/text us on 07855 409 319.
The Stirrer reports that over 1200 Wednesfield residents have signed a petition against Wolverhampton City Council’s plans to double the cost of Hot meals from it’s Meals On Wheels service. The price of hot meals is set to rise from Â£2.20 to Â£4.40 – with a free frozen alternative being offered at the lower price. […]
Following feedback from residents at several PACT meetings, West Midlands Police are proposing to set up and manage a Community Speedwatch (CSW) scheme across the G2 OCU (Wolverhampton East) area, and by doing so, raise motoristâ€™s awareness of inappropriate speed around our neighbourhoods, and empower local communities to assist in tackling the issue of speeding […]
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