Wolverhampton – Small Business Grants
Small business grants Wolverhampton businesses are being urged to act fast when the new Black Country Small Grants Programme and a visitor economy Package both go live in November. The small grants programme Government scheme – supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) – is being delivered by the Black Country Growth Hub. It […]
Covid -19 Infection Rate – Wolverhampton
Covid-19 infection rate The latest data shows there were 171.22 cases of Covid-19 per 100,000 residents over the seven days to 18 October, compared to 133.63 in the seven days up to 11 October. It remains critical that we share the messages on measures to prevent the spread of Covid. As you are aware, Wolverhampton […]
Coppice Farm Open Space -Update.
Here is quick up date relating to the Coppice Farm Open Space and its protection.
Covid Support Advisers – Ashmore Park
Good to see the Covid Support Advisers out and about on the Ashmore Park Shopping Parade! The SUPPORT OFFICERS are Offering advice, identifying Covid stores that are compliant with the code. Talking with store owners and reminding shoppers that they need to comply with the advice being offered.
Neachells Lane – Road Works.
Residents in Wednesfield North – if you use Neachells Lane for access to work or other time sensitive appointments. Please note that its proposed a temporary closure of Neachells Lane, Wednesfield. Please place the date in your diary – • on the 25th October 2020 – Neachells Lane closed in a Southerly direction for its […]
Millbank Street – Redundant Park
Councillor Phil Bateman said today – “I have requested and had confirmed that the redundant Park in Millbank Street will be treated by an approved pest controller under contract to treat this site for rats. The Estate team have also raised an order which will be ongoing until eradication is confirmed. Arrangements have also been […]
We paid our sad good byes
We paid our sad good byes Today Mary and I and a band of old pals, turned up and paid our respects to Benji and Eileen with his family. Whilst we waited for The cortège to arrive we all spoke about our mate. Even on a sad day there were smiles as we remembered Benji […]
Health chiefs in plea as Covid-19 hospitalisations rise
Health chiefs in plea as Covid-19 hospitalisations rise Released: Wednesday 14 October, 2020 Councillor Phil Bateman said today-“please read and take notice of this plea, its an important message. This is from the two most senior Health professionals in the City” With the number of hospitalisations and, tragically, deaths from coronavirus rising once more, health […]
£500 Payments to Support Low-Income Households Asked to Self-Isolate
Councillor Phil Bateman said today “£500 Payments to Support Low-Income Households Asked to Self-Isolate Working people on a low income in Wolverhampton who are required by law to self-isolate due to coronavirus could be entitled to a one-off payment of £500. The city council is now accepting applications for the government’s Test and Trace Payments […]
Finally – A Date for the Street Light!
Some residents in Eccleston road on Ashmore Park are very upset that they have been without a street light since a Road Traffic Accident in the late Summer. They have been continuously asking when it will be attached to the power supply. The City had replace the lamp post with in 24 hours. But its […]