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The success of young people going on to forge independent lives for themselves will be celebrated as Wolverhampton marks National Care Leavers Week, which starts on Thursday 24 October, 2019.

City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet on Wednesday 16th October approved a new five-year Housing Strategy for the city.

Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated in a free City of Wolverhampton event at Phoenix Park on Saturday 19th October.

The Wolves LGBT+ Pride Festival returns to the City of Wolverhampton this weekend with an exciting line up of performers, stalls, street food vendors and bars.

On Monday 30th September 2019, we celebrated the recruitment of eight budding new apprentices, who have joined us as part of our new apprenticeship programme.

There is a rich programme of events and activities taking place in Wolverhampton to help celebrate Black History Month (BHM).

Work to deliver innovative modular homes on the site of the former Patchbox pub will start this month (Octobrer).

The 1st October is Older Persons Day which also coincides with the United Nation's International Day of Older Persons.

National Inclusion Week is a national campaign which aims to promote equality and inclusion in the work place.

If you pay your rent, service charges or any other accounts with us by Direct Debit, please note that your next payment may be taken from your bank account a little later than usual. 

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