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Business News Planning

Pyle Cock set to close, become care home

One of Wednesfield’s most iconic pubs, the Pyle Cock in is set to close and be redeveloped as a care home.

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Environment Guest Post Local Gov News Outdoors Planning Politics

Guest Post: The disposal of Wednesfield High Lakefield playing fields

Mid February 2014 a notice appeared on the Lakefield gate of Wednesfield High School announcing that the Council would be applying to the Secretary of State, Michael Gove to dispose of the Lakefield part of the school playing fields

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Heritage News Planning

Amended plans submitted for Trap Maker’s premises

Amended plans have been submitted for the Taylor Street Trap Maker’s site but local campaigners are unhappy.

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Heritage News Planning

Apprentice star Ruth Badger backs plans to save Wednesfield heritage site

Wednesfield born ‘Apprentice’ star Ruth Badger has given her support to the campaign to save the area’s last remaining trap making premises.

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Heritage News Planning

Help save Wednesfield’s only remaining trap makers premesis

Wednesfield’s only remaining trap maker’s premises is under threat due to a planning application.

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Business Heritage News Planning

Bitter-sweet news as Sainbury’s wins extension backing

80 jobs are set to be created at Sainsbury’s, but a local heritage building will be demolished.

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Education Environment News Planning

School site to be demolished and sold off

Demolition began this week at the former Danesmore Park Primary School site in Ashmore Park, Wednesfield. The school in Russell Close has been closed since December 2007 and was the victim of a major arson attack in October 2010.