Vandals who stole material from the roof of a primary school, causing it to flood, have been condemned by education chiefs.
Continue reading Appeal for information after vandals cause flooding at school
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
The Council is on the look-out for an army of community-minded volunteers who are willing to help vulnerable neighbours in the event of snow and ice.
Continue reading Snow Wolves to the rescue if cold snap hits
Wolverhampton council has revealed ambitious plans to build a mixed residential development of 72 homes on the former Tower and Fort Works site in Pelham Street, Graiseley.
Continue reading New homes planned for former works site
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