Police Give Tips!
Cannabis factories are increasingly being found in residential properties. Electricity meters are usually bypassed and the lighting equipment used to grow the plants are often poorly wired and pose a high risk to the individuals involved in the cultivation but are also likely to be a fire hazard to neighbouring houses. Tell tale signs of […]
City set to link and Bloom Via Canal and Environmental Schemes.
Wildflower meadows, tree planting and bat and bird boxes will be introduced at sites across Wolverhampton thanks to a funding boost of more than £600,000. The environmental improvements will be made at three locations, Fowlers Park in the city centre, Ward Street in Bilston and Pendeford Park, and aim to increase biodiversity, improve access and […]
The Prime Ministers Road Map Out of Lockdown
On Monday the Prime Minister outlined a roadmap out of the current lockdown for England and from next month some of the rules around what people can and cannot do will be changing. From Monday 8 March: Pupils and students in all schools and further education settings will return to face-to-face teaching, supported by twice-weekly […]
Latest City of Wolverhampton Covid Infection rates
Late last night (24th February) I received a briefing from City of Wolverhampton Council. This is what the briefing told me –“Latest figures show there were 168.7 new cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 people in Wolverhampton over the seven days to 20 February. That means 444 people in the city tested positive for the virus […]
BREAKING NEWS Tonight 24 Feb 8.15pm – Road Closure Extended
BREAKING NEWS Tonight 24 Feb 8.15pm I have been informed that Cadent Gas have told the Local Authority that the Linthouse Lane Closure in Wednesfield has been extended until the 3rd March ! Please Note this extended closure of Linthouse Lane and the continued use of the diversion. Ridge Lane is currently being used as […]
Oak Meadow School Gains Ward Councillors Help!
Wednesfield North Ward Councillors wish to express our pleasure in being able to assist Oak Meadow Primary School during the recent difficult time the school has had due to the Lockdown brought about by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Councillor Phil Bateman said, “As Ward Councillors, we have managed to identify some Ward resources, and we are […]
Keep Testing for Covid-19 in Wednesfield
The latest stats for todays testing at the Hub at Ashmore Park is – Monday the 22nd February 2021. 94 people turned out to be tested today 92 tested Negative2 tested Positive In total 2478 Residents have turned up at the The Hub to be tested since the first day of operation on the 21st […]
Following Covid-19 Rules – After Vaccination!
The advice being given in briefings (relating to Covid-19) I have had from Public Health is now here to help you. I am reminding residents and workers in Wednesfield North and Wolverhampton of the importance of continuing to follow all Covid-19 rules and guidance, even after they have had their vaccination. With people still able […]
Now Is Not The Time To Stop Testing !
#working4wednesfield I have diligently tried to ensured that the residents in #Wednesfield North have been informed about all aspects relating to this horrible pandemic. I post information on all my Social Media sites almost daily. The introduction of the Covid-19 testing station at The Hub at Ashmore Park has been a ‘God send’ in that […]
Wednesfield North Cllrs Make Appeal Re India Protests
Councillor Phil Bateman said that over the week end I wrote on behalf of the three Wednesfield North Councillors (Councillor Mary Bateman, Councillor Rita Potter and Councillor Phil Bateman ) , on City of Wolverhampton Council. I wrote to our Conservative MP Jane Stevenson urging her to press the British Foreign Secretary to do as […]

Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more