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Housing bosses in Wolverhampton have today warned that thousands of people across the city face being left behind in the digital age unless more is done to help get more people using the internet.

According to figures released by Wolverhampton Homes, the company which manages more than 23,000 homes on behalf of the city council, up to 40%...

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Are you eligible for free childcare for your little one?

Do you have, or do you know someone with a two-year-old who could be eligible for FREE childcare?

The Terrific for Twos scheme currently provides more than 900 families in Wolverhampton with 15 hours of FREE childcare a week, either with a child-minder, a playgroup, a day...

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Helping to keep our estates safe and making sure we prevent and detect crime is really important to us. Over the past few years we’ve introduced CCTV cameras into many of our estates.

Our Review Panel – a panel of tenants who scrutinise the work we do and help make suggestions about how we can do things better – are...

Whether it’s phoning us up, visiting our shops, chatting to us on Facebook or an electrician popping in to do a repair; we serve thousands of tenants and leaseholders every year.

Customer service is really important to us - and we’d love to hear what you think about us and how we deliver customer service. Whether you think...

Fly tipping in Park Village

Offenders of anti-social behaviour and general nuisance in the ‘Old’ Park Village area of the city are set to be hit with on-the-spot £80 fines.

City of Wolverhampton Council has issued a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO), with the backing of West Midlands Police and local residents.

It is subject to a mandatory...

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Are you, your neighbours or your community interested in saving energy and money?

We’re working with Wolverhampton University to try and understand household energy use and we need volunteers to take part in an exciting new energy saving project.

The study will look at how people use energy on a day to day basis and will try to...

Councillor Peter Bilson starts work at Sunset Place alongside others

The City of Wolverhampton Council is embarking on a £1.7m scheme to deliver new build council housing on four small derelict sites across the city.

The works will be carried out by the council’s Strategic Construction Partnership (SCP) contractors, who are being given the opportunity to extend their portfolio from housing...

C4 talent


MyKindaCrowd has partnered with Channel 4 to launch a C4 Pop Up roadshow for 16- to 25-year-olds across the UK. Our next event takes place in Wolverhampton on 17 September 2015. We would love for your organisation to help us reach out to talented young people who are passionate about working in the media industry.

What is C4 Pop...

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