Update: 15th October 2018:

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City of Wolverhampton will stage its second Housing Fair of the year on Sunday 23 September 2018.

Highlighting World Suicide Prevention Day are Dr Paul Darke from Outside Centre and a member of the Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Dave Martin from Wolverhampton Samaritans and Chair of the Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Clare Dickens, Senior Lecturer in Mental Health at the University of Wolverhampton and member of Suicide Prevention Stakeholder Forum, Councillor Hazel Malcolm, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Public Health and Wellbeing, and Lina Martino, Consultant in Public Health with the City of Wolverhampton Council, with Support Life from the Wolves in Wolves trail which was specifically dedicated to promoting good mental health and wellbeing.

A series of activities will be taking place this month as Wolverhampton marks World Suicide Prevention Day on Monday 10 September 2018.

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You could win an Amazon Echo and Fire 7 by registering for our e-newsletters.

When it comes to anti-social behaviour (ASB), we know that actions speak louder than words. With your help and support, and with enough evidence, we will take action against perpetrators of ASB.

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Estate inspections give you the chance to meet with your tenancy officer, to walk your estate and rate it based on what’s happening in your area. They’re also an opportunity for you to meet with other tenants and, together, voice what matters to you most on your estate.

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Our Energy Wise Team are looking to work with ten families around issues including keeping warm in winter, reducing fuel costs, switching tariffs and energy discounts, in partnership with NEA, the National Energy Action charity.

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We were live on Facebook for our Wednesfield Get Together in July 2018. Anyone who couldn't make it along to the Ashmore Park Hub could watch it and join in from the comfort of their home.

Information from the Met office suggests that we may experience patches of heavy rain today, tomorrow and over the weekend. The risk at the moment is low and it's not known exactly where the rain will hit or how hard, but it's always better to be prepared... 

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The sun is blazing and it's very hot. Please do enjoy the warm weather but make sure you stay safe!

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