This Is What Storm Doris Inflicted On Wolverhampton Today!
Here is a briefing on how badly Storm Doris has affected our City today. Sadly there is a death attributed to Storm Doris here in our City. A Young Woman employed in the City was hit by flying debris outside Starbucks, Dudley Street, Wolverhampton. A cordon was in place and Dudley Street and the Mander […]
Burglary – CORPUS Christi School – Report Any Info To Police.
Corpus Christi is  This further news will be seen to be a ‘body-blow’ to the staff and pupils.  If any local residents have any information can they please contact the Police immediately. Message sent by  (Police,PCSO,WV Wednesfield North/South (WVLX, WVLY)) Burglary alert – Corpus Christi Primary School, Ashmore Park was broken into during the early […]
Waste & Rubbish Collection in Wolverhampton
Dear Wednesfield North Residents- The budget is always a very difficult period for the City Council. All through the year on my social media sites, I have tried to keep you up dated on decisions that we face and actions that the City Council take through out the year. I have been away on holidays, […]
School Standards – Wolverhampton City Council
http://wolverhampton.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s36051/Item%209%20-%20Schools%20Standards%20Overview%20-%20council%20Feb%2017%20formatted.pdf  Last night 1 February 2017 I spoke in the debate around school standards and I spoke to support Nursery Schools and Special Schools. These schools have attained immense results, and all been given a Good or Outstanding Award from Ofsted! I told the City Council that I was ‘flag waving’ for those schools because […]
Rest In Peace Tam!
It was with great regrets that I learned that my old friend Tam Dalyell former MP for Linlithgow had died recently. Tam was an old Etonian and yet I got on famously with him. Tam Dalyell died after a short illness at the age of 84, his family has announced. The Eton-educated baronet spent more […]
Rookery Street Bridge Cleaned of Graffiti!
I want to thank Wolverhampton City Council for tackling the ugly graffiti on City owned bridges in Wednesfield which carry the highway over the Essington & Wyrley canal. I had during the Autumn called for both the CRT and the City Counci to do what it could to reduce this ugly graffiti scar. The City […]
The Shop Lifting Incidents Continue To Grow!
I start by stating that Wednesfield North is consistently amongst the Wards where the least number of crimes are committed in the City of Wolverhampton. I am beginning however to be concerned about the number of increased shoplifting incidents that are being reported within Wednesfield North. During 2016, the Police team  reported that shop theft […]
Emma Reynolds “I Will Be Voting to Trigger Article 50″
Today I received a message from Wolverhampton North East MP Emma Reynolds who explained that she  will be voting to trigger Article 50 and will be on the BBC Sunday Politics, Sunday 29 January from 11am to talk about Brexit, Article 50 and the upcoming Stoke By-Election. I reported this important issue to Wednesfield North Labour […]
Community Collaboration In London – Councillor Receives Invite to Participate!
I have been invited to a roundtable discussion Local Government Information Unit are hosting on the subject of Community Collaboration on Wednesday 22nd February (12.30-2.45pm) in London. LGIU  Write  – ” As your positive impact in the community resulted in being nominated for a C’llr Achievement Award in 2016, we thought you might find this topic of particular interest.” They […]
Don’t Forget! Advice Surgery –
Wednesfield North Councillors – Advice Surgeries 2016/17 Wednesfield North Councillors Advice Surgeries 2016/17* Advice Surgery for 2016/17 Ashmore Park Nursery School Friday 7th October 2016                    3.00 pm – 4.00 pm Thursday 17th November 2016       3.00 pm – 4.00pm Thursday 19th January 2017             3.00 pm – 4.00pm Thursday 13th April 2017                3.00pm – 4.00pm Woodend Primary […]


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