Wolverhampton’s first two Schools of Sanctuary
In partnership with Wolverhampton Schools Improvement Service, we are proud to announce that not just one, but two Schools of…
Stories of Welcome – Lichfield Diocese
The Anglican Diocese of Lichfield offer you 13 stories illustrating some of the many ways in which members of churches…
A Perfect Day Out at Bishops Castle
Saturday 17th June dawned without a cloud in the sky and turned out to be the best day of the…
Wyldwoods Day Out “Amazing!”
Our thanks to Broseley Refugee Support Group for organising a day out at the Wyldwoods Project in the Shropshire countryside. Saturday November 12th was quite a day –
Successful visit to Clun Valley Quakers
From “The Journal”, Friday, October 21, 2016 [Click for high resolution version]
Groups pledge to make Wolverhampton a City of Sanctuary
Stakeholders are supporting the creation of Wolverhampton City of Sanctuary
Local Junior Reporter writes about Care4Calais
Photo – Our Coach Members in the Warehouse
Use of Hotels to house Asylum Seekers – Wolverhampton Council Leader’s Statement Oct. 28th
Statement from the Leader of Wolverhampton City Council and Chair of West Midlands Strategic Migration Partnership, October 28th, 2015 – Inappropriate/unfair use of local hotels.
Wolverhampton: Refugee & Migrant Centre Statement Sept. 21st
Press Statement from the Refugee and Migrant Centre of the Black Country, September 21st, 2015.
An Interfaith Service of Remembrance held at St. Peter’s Church, Wolverhampton City Centre, on July 13th.