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@womenofwolves will be raising the flag for IWD17 on 3.3.17 starting a week of events across the city. Join the Women’s March & rally on 4.3.17 12pm St Peter’s Square

Why not join us tomorrow morning with Councillor Ian Claymore, Equalities Champion for City of Wolverhampton Council to raise the flag for International Women’s Week 2017. The flag raising will be at 9.30am and we will be gathering at the temporary reception area at the back of

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Over 50? Tell us what would make life better. Free tea and cake when you share your ideas at NAC, Monday 31st March at 10.30am

Join us to share your ideas on how to combat isolation and loneliness in  older people in Wolverhampton. Free tea and cake provided. All over 50s welcome Newhampton Arts Centre, Dunkley Street, WV1 4AN, Monday 31st March at 10.30am. Please ring to book a place so we

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Women of Wolverhampton campaign to stop sexual harassment and everyday sexism

It is shocking that in the 21st Century sexual harassment and everyday sexism is so common that a political party doesn’t know how to deal with it properly and effectively. Sexual harassment is never acceptable. There are not degrees of harassment, and individuals, usually women, should never have to

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Invitation to Wolverhampton City Council Budget- Consultation Session

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On Tuesday 3rd of December between 9.am and 11.am at Jesters Cafe Newhampton Arts Centre Dunkley Street Wolverhampton WV1 4AN Wolverhampton City Council wants to hear what local people and organisations think about the proposed budget cuts Wow wants to make sure that your voice is heard

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The house itself wasn’t nice

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Dudley Street

To sum up a common feeling of the people we interviewd for The Way We Are project: it’s a shame that all the little and nice shops in Dudley Street are gone! As a result of “progress” and modernization in recent years the number of chain stores uptown

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Queen’s Cinema / Queen’s Ballromm

One of the thing that definitely changed in Wolverhampton is nightlife and entertainment in general: Queen’s Cinema is one of those places that everybody we interviewed talked about. © Wolverhampton Artchives & Local Studies, www.blackcountryhistory.org The Queen’s Cinema, with its own tea room, was designed by architects Robert Atkinson

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The bricks of W’ton

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Paddling Pool, Tettenhall Wood

The Paddling Pool in Tettenhall is an incredibly long-lived part of Wolverhampton, as well as one of the most enchanting. Here are a couple of photos from the good old days and some historical info from the Black Country History web site:   1930s © Wolverhampton Artchives & Local

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