There’s plenty to keep the children entertained during this year’s Easter holidays come rain or shine, courtesy of the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Arts and Museums Services.
Continue reading Eggstravaganza promises fun for young this Easter
Pupils found out about the importance of Fairtrade when they shared a delicious breakfast with the Mayor of Wolverhampton.
Continue reading Pupils learn about Fairtrade at breakfast club
A particularly diverse set of subjects go under the spotlight in a series of local history talks taking place in January.
Continue reading Panto, nailmakers and Robert Plant subjects of January history talks
The trial into the murder of Herman ‘Louis’ Simpson is due to start at Wolverhampton Crown Court on Monday 8 November.
Continue reading Teacher murder trial to begin this week
People are being urged to be a part of Wolverhampton’s Festival of Remembrance which this year features a special showcase by local school pupils.
Continue reading Call for Wolverhampton to remember its war heroes
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