04 APR 2014

Taking action on fly tipping in Whitmore Reans

Paul paid a visit to Whitmore Reans today to see for himself the problems that local residents are facing with fly tipping and uncollected rubbish around Coleman Street, Hunter Street and Newhampton Road West. "After being contacted by a local resident to who raised concerns with me, I wanted to come and see the situation for...

29 MAR 2014

Paul judges Cooking Competition for Wolverhampton West District Scouts

Paul spent a morning with the Wolverhampton West District Scouts today, as they were challenged to create a two-course meal for four people with only £10 to spend. Scouts aged between 10 and 14 from Bilbrook, Codsall, Perton and Tettenhall came together for their first District Cooking Competition, held at their Scout...

14 MAR 2014

Paul sees first hand local job creation at Woodthorne

Paul visited David Wilson Homes' Woodthorne development on Wergs Road, Tettenhall, where local jobs have been created to provide new homes in Wolverhampton. Woodthorne , will provide 58 new homes over the coming months, underpinning nearly 120 jobs for local people. This is part of David Wilson Homes' plans to build over 500...

21 FEB 2014

Paul volunteers at Compton Hospice

Paul spent time volunteering this morning at Compton Hospice, a Wolverhampton based charity which supports patients facing life-limiting illnesses as well as their families. The Hospice currently works with nearly 600 patients, most of whom live in their own homes, providing medical, psychological, social and spiritual...

14 FEB 2014

Paul encourages resident’s input on City Centre Area Action Plan

Paul met with Wolverhampton City Council Planning Officials today to discuss the City Centre Area Action Plan and the opportunities identified for development in Wolverhampton. In addition to developments already underway, such as the new Sainsbury's supermarket coming to Raglan Street on Chapel Ash, the Council are also...

13 FEB 2014

£248,140 for primary school sport in Wolverhampton South West

Paul has welcomed the news that the Prime Minister David Cameron has committed to keeping the £150m a year Primary PE and Sport Premium until 2020. This means that between 2014 and 2020 primary schools in Wolverhampton South West will receive around £1,448,840. This is part of the Government's long-term economic plan, will...


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