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Police Meeting for Your Diary!
Wednesfield partners and community meeting is a police based meeting where members of the public can share any issues or concerns they may have in the Wednesfield area. The meeting will be held at Wednesfield library, Well lane WV11 1XT @ 10am 19th November 2019 See you there!
Armed Forces – Vote Labour!
Jeremy Corbyn has marked Armistice Day with a pledge to support the armed forces as Prime Minister with better working conditions, against a backdrop of falling pay and privatisation under the Tories. The party’s manifesto, which will be released later this month, will include five major pledges to support the forces and their families: 1. […]
Vote Emma Reynolds for MP
VOTE for Emma Reynolds MP for Wolverhampton North East. December 12th 2019. Vote Labour!
Remembrance Benches for Wednesfield.
Your Wednesfield North City Councillors Rita and Mary with myself, are using Ward funds to place three commemorative benches into three separate locations within our Ward. We have identified a location on the walkways between Coppice Farm and Ashmore Park. We are considering placing a Remembrance Bench in situation here at this location. A bench […]
Parents – Applications for Reception.
The window for applications for reception class places at infant and primary schools in Wolverhampton opened this morning (Friday 8 November). The online application process is quick and easy, and families have until 15 January 2020 to register their preferences. To apply, please log on to and complete the short application process as soon […]
Wednesfield Residents -No Housing on this Green Belt!
Last night I attended the public meeting in Essington, which was dealing with the proposals that are being considered by South Staffordshire District Council which will affect the current Green Belt. It was called by the Essington Action Group. It was a meeting for the public to find out more about the plan by South […]
The General Election 2019 – Have You Applied for a Postal Vote?!
Before November ends, the Tories will have millions of votes. Why? Postal voting. In 2017, 8.4 million people voted by post, and most will probably have voted Conservative. One in five votes were by post, and postal voters were 20% more likely to cast a ballot than people who voted in person. With a winter […]
We Oppose the Loss of the Essington Green Belt!
Wednesfield Residents who wish to oppose the development of Green Belt land in South Staffordshire, will have a chance to do so up until the 12th December in a consultation that is being run by South Staffordshire District Council. I want to just want to make my position clear. I feel that the loss of […]
Horse On The Road! Owners Must Take Action.
There is an inherent danger which constantly over the last two weeks or sohas threatened road safety in Kitchen Lane as the highway approaches the Essington/South Staffordshire/Staffordshire Boundary. A big brown horse or its little mate, a white one, is consistently breaking out of a field behind the Coppice Farm (Whose address is within Essington […]
Community Excellence Award -Catching Wednesfield Interest! It was good to see Birmingham Live picking up on our Wednesfield North Community Excellence Awards. These are a set of new Awards that will be promoted by Wednesfield North City Councillors. Click on the Link and see how you can help deliver for all those fab people that we have living in our […]

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