Wednesfield North – It Is All About Making A Difference!

Thank You! It is always nice to receive thank you messages from people you have helped

Front gardens 17308966_10211434245825360_8580412314101970191_nHere is one that I have just received – “Had a letter from the appeals officer today confirming my son had been granted a place at Coppice! I owe you a large drink when i see you next. Thank you for all your advice.”

 

Thank You! Here is another note of thanks this time about a street light. – “Thanks for your help in getting the street lighting in front of my house fixed.”

 

Free Stuff – Perhaps residents in Wednesfield North will take a look at the information that is available for them on www.residentsweek.com this information relates to Wolverhampton Residents Week which runs from 1st April until the 7th April. It is a great bit of advice as to the events the City Council are holding, and the link contains some great FREE stuff for individuals and families!

 

Meetings –Yesterday I attended a Wednesfield in Bloom meeting at St Thomas’s Church where we discussed the actions that need to be taken that will deliver this years ‘Big Blooming Effort’ to get the Village even more ready than we were last year for the Inspectors visit on July 1st. I am looking for residents to say that they will look after their garden as they always do! So that when the Inspectors visit on the 1st of July we can tell them that 10 or 100 or 200 residents are also taking part in our ‘big blooming effort’  to make Wednesfield ‘green & bright’ with flowers.

Just let me know by emailing me on email@philbateman.com.  let me know that you will take part in this great community event for Wednesfield!

 

 

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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

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