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Time to talk more about Poo and what goes down the Loo! 

We need you to spread the word! Avoid blocked drains and sewer flooding by putting only 3 things down the loo – Pee Poo and (toilet) Paper. 

Are you guilty of using the toilet as a dustbin? 

We all use the toilet every day and not just for human waste. In...

Our Tenancy Fraud Team was notified of a suspected fraudulent Right to Buy on 11th July 2016. 

The team carried out checks which confirmed the sale was quite far advanced with a completion date close and a discount of £48,000 off the value of the property.

An urgent investigation was opened and the team established the...

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We were live on Facebook for the first time at our Wednesfield Get Together in July. Anyone who couldn't make it along to the community centre could watch it and join in from the comfort of their home.  

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We're ​delighted ​to find ourselves in the 24 Housing Top 50 social landlords list... and not only in the top 50 but at number 16.

The Top 50 Social Landlords list was compiled after an open nomination process; the shortlist was drawn up by judges from 24 Housing magazine and then judges; Eamonn McGoldrick (managing director of the...

Our staff have begun work on their latest volunteering project, an allotment plot at Johnson Place in Bilston.

From July till September, our staff will be giving up their time to transform an area of wasteland into allotments for residents in the area.

Work on the site will include vegetable patches, raised beds for wheelchair users...

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We love Wolverhampton and we think that more people should "Enjoy Wolverhampton" too!

Everyone can Enjoy Wolverhampton during an exciting ten-day programme of events planned across the city from Friday 1st to Sunday 10th July.

You can enjoy:

  • a free afternoon of horse racing at Wolverhampton Racecourse on Tuesday...

Refugee week is 20th to 26th June 2016 and is a special week raising awareness of refugees and their experiences.

Throughout the week, there will be lots of events accross the UK to bring people together, let us learn more about each other and look at how we can help one another.

Refugee Week, was launched with a Meet and Mingle event...

Anyone may need to use a food bank.

Referrals to the food bank are increasing and they are struggling to feed people in need.

People are stuggling to feed themselves, for many different reasons, and they can't feed their children. Some may not even tell you they need the help.

Bearing this in mind, we want to help as many people...

Ellie, the retired West Midlands Fire Service dog, recently visited residents at the Forget-me-not sensory garden and was adored by all the residents who came along. 

As part of Dementia Awareness week, Ellie and local residents were invited to the garden in Swanmore Close with lots of great food and refreshments to enjoy in the...

Wolverhampton Homes has begun work on a new telephone befriending service, in partnership with Age UK Wolverhampton, supporting elderly residents in the Merry Hill area.

The Telephone befriending service has brought together volunteer tenants and members of Wolverhampton Homes’ staff to speak to elderly residents in Merry Hill who...

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