Local Web Links
Wolverhampton web sites
- Wolverhampton Age UK: formerly Age Concern Wolverhampton, it is a charity that aims to promote the wellbeing of all older people in the City, and to help make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.
- Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society: it's a way to talk with people around the world without any sort of internet connection.
- Wolverhampton City Archives over 30,000 photographs, plus films, sound recordings, memorabilia and much more.
- Arena Theatre: a small-scale theatre with a great informal atmosphere for all visitors.
- Wolverhampton Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club: one of the growing network of Veterans ‘Breakfast Clubs’, both here and in Europe. There are no commitments or subs… just a great place to meet like minded people for support, chat and banter … not forgetting a great breakfast.
- Arts and Museums: details of local museums and exhibitions.
- Wolverhampton Arts Society: provides access to a wide range of activities and top quality lecturers, all expert in their fields of knowledge.
- Wolverhampton Society of Artists is an established group of professional and amateur artists who work in a wide range of styles and media.
- Wolverhampton Astronomical Society: arranges a number of observing evenings throughout the year, and the society now has its own permanent observatory.
- Beacon Centre for the Blind, based in Sedgley and Stourbridge.
- Penn Bowling Club. Events currently listed on the Penn Bowling Facebook page. See also other local bowling clubs on the National Bowling Club website. Pennfields Bowling & Social Club also has an active Facebook page.
- Merridale Boxing Club.
- Wolverhampton Bridge Club and Tettenhall Bridge Club.
- Cancer Care Wolverhampton, including the Macmillan Support & Information Centre.
- Choirs: the Coseley Male Voice Choir, Wolverhampton Orpheus Male Voice Choir, the Penn Singers and the Howling Wolves Community Choir.
- Central Youth Theatre has been Wolverhampton’s leading youth theatre since 1983.
- Cineworld Wolverhampton cinema.
- Civic Hall and Wulfrun Hall: large entertainment venues.
- Compton Care: life with a complex or incurable condition doesn't have to be limiting. At Compton Care we believe people are more than their diagnosis, and so we want to partner with you to give you the care and support you need to live the best life possible.
- Compton G Camera Club: meet at the Tettenhall Wood Institute, Wolverhampton.
- Bilston Craft Gallery: in 1999 Bilston Art Gallery and Museum became Bilston Craft Gallery to bring the best of contemporary craft to the West Midlands, and explore the rich heritage of skilled industrial design and production in the region.
- Wolverhampton Cricket Club: based in Danescourt Road, Tettenhall.
- Deaf-led charity: Zebra Access, based in Wolverhampton.
- Wolverhampton Creative Embroiderers: aims to encourage, inspire, nurture, facilitate and educate the skills of embroidery and textile art.
- Enjoy Wolverhampton: promoting the city centre, with pages about local events and many facilities including places for food and drink.
- The Express and Star: regional newspaper.
- Gatis Community Space: its vision is to make the centre and surrounding green spaces a safe haven of tranquillity where people can come together to explore their connection to the wider world, learn new skills and help make Wolverhampton a more sustainable city.
- Local golf clubs: Oxley Park Golf Club, Penn Golf Club, Perton Park Golf Club, Three Hammers Golf Club (Coven), the South Staffordshire Golf Club in Tettenhall, and the Wergs Golf Club.
- Good Shepherd: creating sustainable pathways out of poverty to end homelessness in Wolverhampton.
- Grand Theatre: a long established theatre in the heart of the Midlands, hosting a wide range of major touring productions.
- The Gujarati Association: a community organisation that aims to promote, particularly but not exclusively, the general welfare and well-being of the Hindu Gujarati community in Wolverhampton.
- The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and children who have been subjected to Domestic Abuse, and women who are at risk of homelessness.
- Hockey: Finchfield Hockey Club, Old Wulfrunians' Hockey Club and the Wolverhampton and Tettenhall Hockey Club.
- Wolverhampton Horticultural Society promoting a range of different activities for everyone interested in gardening. We normally host monthly talks provided by gardening experts.
- Hospitals: The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust, consisting of New Cross, West Park Rehabilitation Centre, and Cannock Chase Hospital. Nuffield Health also operates a hospital in Tettenhall, Wolverhampton.
- Wolverhampton Lawn Tennis and Squash Club: provides equal opportunity to play socially or at the highest competitive level, by providing first class racket sports and physical activity facilities, services and programmes for members, staff and the local community.
- Wolverhampton Circle of Magicians is a local magic society, made up of over fifty magicians who take pride in being members of one of the most active and successful magical societies in the country.
- Lighthouse Media Centre, including cinema, gallery and cafe.
- Low Hill Community Hub: a central hub for all the residents of Low Hill, The Scotland’s, and Bushbury. We keep the local community up to date with local information and provide events, volunteering opportunities, help with employment, education and much more.
- Mencap Wolverhampton: a local group affiliated to the Royal Mencap Society. Its main task is to press for and to secure improvements in services for all with learning disabilities, their parents and carers.
- Model Engineering Society: members’ interests cover almost every aspect of engineering ranging through models of civil engineering plant, road vehicles, boats, stationary engines and of course railways. They operate the Baggeridge Miniature Railway.
- Wolverhampton & District Federation of Homing Societies: organising and transporting homing birds.
- Moseley Old Hall: follow in the footsteps of Charles II on his daring escape from the Battle of Worcester. Moseley Old Hall is an atmospheric farmhouse with a big tale to tell.
- Wolverhampton Mountaineering Club, with over 100 members with a keen interest in all things outdoors.
- Newhampton Arts Centre has a wide range of facilities and offers opportunities to enjoy and engage in the arts. As a creative hub, it supports thirty resident organisations.
- Painting in Penn: a self help group of amateur artists that range from beginners to more skilled and advanced painters.
- Pattingham Drama Group.
- The Pavilion: formerly the Goodyear social club, Pavilion is open 7 days a week with a lounge bar, a restaurant, live entertainment, snooker and space for a special function or conference
- Wolverhampton Photographic Society. Whether you are a novice or dab-hand, taking photos of flowers or fog or simply enjoying photography as your hobby, you’ll be warmly welcomed to our group.
- Wolverhampton Polish Club: set up to support and assist Polish residents who had settled in the City and choose to make Wolverhampton their new home.
- Ramblers Association: Wolverhampton branch. Also locally are the Wulfrun Walkers.
- The Robin live music venue in Bilston.
- Rotary Club where men and women are able to invest their time, their skills and their energies to improve the circumstances of those in need.
- Wolverhampton Rugby Union Football Club, based in Castlecroft.
- Wolverhampton Swimming Club. Since 2006 we have trained at the Central Baths in the heart of Wolverhampton City centre. We cater for swimmers who wish to swim competitively at all levels with our swimmers ranging in age from 7 years in our junior category to 50+ in our masters.
- The Way Youth Zone: a youth-led, state of the art space for young people aged 8-19 (up to 25 with a disability) located centrally in Wolverhampton. Open 7 days a week.
- Tettenhall Transport Heritage Centre.
- Travel information from One Network, including details of Wolverhampton delays and rerouting.
- Walking for Health; Wolverhampton.
- Travel: West Midlands Network, the Midlands Metro and Wolverhampton railway service.
- Whitwick Manor: paint, politics and pre-Raphaelite artists.
- Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club and the Wanderers Women’s Team. The football club is also behind the Wolves Foundation: a charity which encourages healthier and more active people, lifelong learning and skills and the development of safe, strong and active communities.
- Wolverhampton Women's Luncheon Club: for women to enjoy lunch and have interesting talks on a wide variety of subjects. Members meet 9 times a year, usually on the last Wednesday of the month, at Linden House, Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton.
- University of Wolverhampton.
- Wolverhampton Safeguardng Together convenes safeguarding partners, West Midlands Police, Clinical Commissioning Group and Local Authority, alongside Education and the Voluntary sector to work in close collaboration to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children, young people and adults with care and support needs in Wolverhampton.
- What’s on in Wolverhampton – Council information website.
- Wolverhampton “Scores on the Doors” – local food retailers scores for food safety (also see Council page).
- Wolverhampton College.
- Wolverhampton Council – plenty of information about the town, including page for visitors, cycling, trading standards and leisure facilities.
- Wolverhampton Music Service: with over 50 years’ experience offering high quality instrumental and vocal teaching for children inside schools and out.
- Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council: supporting the development and sustainability of an effective voluntary and community sector in Wolverhampton.
- WV Active: three leisure centres, no contract, no joining fee.
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