The year ends, raise a glass to another

It’s been a busy year in the Wolverhampton & South Staffordshire area. The landscape of Wolverhampton in particular is changing due to the many ongoing construction projects. i10 at the Wolverhampton Interchange in particular stands out as an impressive piece of work, creating a new square in front of the Queens building which will hopefully see much use in the warmer months – hopefully with Costa Coffee and the new Hungry Horse restaurant making use of the space for outdoor seating.

Dawn as 2015 comes to a close. Out of Darkness Cometh Light.

As well as various construction  projects, we’ve seen the ongoing development and coming together of non-authority organisations and groups, with work in particular taking place with relation to gaining recognition for Wolverhampton’s Artists’ Quarter. And small independent businesses are thriving and organising popular events of their own – people seem to no longer feel constrained and are pushing their businesses – in many cases with the support of the City of Wolverhampton Council.

All reasons to be positive as the year turns and 2016 begins.
Out of Darkness Cometh Light could well for the first time in a while be an apt motto for our area’s present situation and we at West Wulf are filled with optimism at the promise of a new year where anything is possible.

We’ll leave you with our video of a few of Tettenhall’s Christmas events.

All the very best for 2016.

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