Danesmore Pastures Development & Russell Close
Information Notice for Residents of Russell Close. I am informed that Double Yellow lines have gone down today on Russell Close, this is a week earlier than originally planned. I can inform residents that the Traffic Order will not be  enforced until the parking has been made available on the new housing development, further information will be […]
World War 1 Commemorations in Wolverhampton.
WWI commemorations: The City of Wolverhampton will come together to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War with a series of commemorative events over the coming months. The public can view the website detailing all the activities across the city, which is now live and can be accessed here: www.wolverhamptonremembers.co.uk. Organisations […]
Another Grenfell ‘in the Post?’
 Another Grenfell ‘in the post’, warns survivor Edward Daffarn, a survivor of the Grenfell Tower, fire has warned the Commons Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee that “Grenfell two is in the post, unless you act and act quickly” to ban combustible cladding, noting that such cladding had been replaced at just 6% of social […]
Nurseries in Crisis!
Nurseries are in a cash crisis, and that is the raw truth of the matter. Today heavy weight newspapers like the Financial Times address the issue in their coverage of the news. This Government is creating uncertainty in the Nursery and Early Years sector. Funding gap leaves nurseries struggling to pay minimum wage A survey […]
More free Adult Education Wolverhampton courses on offer
  Released: Monday 18 June, 2018 Even more free courses will be on offer through Adult Education Wolverhampton from this autumn. Although many courses are already free, people on a low income who want to improve their skills will be eligible to complete a number of additional courses for free from September onwards. Prospective learners […]
Wednesfield in Bloom – “Front Gardens in Bloom 2018″
Now here is a couple of messages that relate to Wednesfield in Bloom. Wednesfield We are asking that those residents who would like to make a contribution to our attempts to persuade the Heart of England in Bloom Judges, that we are serious about making a                 ‘Big Blooming’  difference to Wednesfield. Last year we asked for […]
Latest News – Proposal for 2,500 Homes In Green Belt .
Wednesfield North Labour Councillors today issued further information to their Local Residents relating to plans and proposals to build on current ‘Green Belt ‘ in Essington. This message is primarily aimed at Wednesfield North constituents who have an interest, or who are interested in the recently announced proposal to develop 2,500 homes on what is […]
Ashmore Park ‘Walk of Stars’.
Ashmore Park Walk of Stars! Ashmore Park is a great community, and Ashmore Parker’s are great folk! The estate has always fostered good sportsmen and women. But not everyone is aware that the estate has nurtured other great talents also. I have represented Ashmore Parkers and Wednesfield people on two Councils for some 31 years! […]

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