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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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Staff at Wolverhampton Homes are rallying behind its ‘Proud To Be Me Network’ to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHoT day).

May 17th 1990 was the day that homosexuality was removed from the World Health Organisation’s international classification of diseases. It has been marked on...

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People in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to give local children the best possible start in life - by becoming foster carers.

Monday (16 May) marks the start of 2016 Foster Care Fortnight, the UK's biggest foster carer recruitment campaign, and members of the City of Wolverhampton Council's Fostering Team will be out and about...

As part of Dementia Awareness week, we've organised a fun filled morning.

Come and join us at the Forget-me-not Sensory Garden, in Bradmore, on Tuesday 17th May where you can meet the adorable Ellie, a retired West Midlands Fire Service dog.

There will be refreshments to enjoy in the beautiful sensory garden.

Join us at...

It is with great sadness that we must announce the death of Tom Paterson.

Tom lived in Bradley, Bilston and had been chair of the Lower Bradley Tenants and Residents Association for many years.

After retiring, Tom became involved in the Tenants' Movement in Bilston.

Tom was part of many of Wolverhampton Homes’ tenant...

Proud member of the Wolverhampton community and all round hard worker, Alvine Dongmo-Noumey, was announced as the winner of the best portrait in this year's National Federation of ALMO's (NFA) portrait exhibition. 

The exhibition, "Ordinary People Extraordinary Lives",  celebrates the lives of tenants and...

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We are delighted to announce that we won an award at the Stonewall Midlands Awards on 7th April. We won the LGBT Network Group of the Year award.

Talking about why we won, the presenter spoke about our commitment and investment and investment into our “Respect” training programme, using our own experiences to train others and...

City of Wolverhampton Council is opening up access to housing for young people and families by removing the age restriction on some of its flats.

Currently 10% of the council’s housing stock is reserved for people over a designated minimum age – largely 30 years old – while families with younger children are also unable to...

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