Useful Information

Sometimes, you don’t know where to turn for advice. That’s why the Low Hill Community Centre has put together a number of links and contacts to help you if you need it.

Useful Local Links

Housing

Wolverhampton Homes: For housing related information, repairs, and more

Wolverhampton Federation of Tenants Association: Giving a voice to local tenants

Bushbury Hill Estate Management Board

Finances and Support

Wolverhampton City Credit Union: For finance-related information and support

Low Hill Citizens Advice Bureau: Lists the local number and opening times for the Low Hill CAB

West Midlands: Wolverhampton Local Policing Unity

Low Hill  and the Scotlands Local Neighbourhood Partersnhip

Education, Training, and Learning

Wolverhampton Adult Education Service

Wolverhampton College

Wolverhampton Volunteer Sector Council: For information and advice about volunteering

Local Network

Roundabout Children’s Centre

Low Hill Library Information

Low Hill Library: Loan Books

Express and Star: Local news and events, and the biggest selling regional newspaper in the UK

Low Hill Foodbank: Please contact Caroline Lee. If you would like to be referred for the food bank, please visit Wolverhampton Homes, Citizens Advice Bureau, Bushbury Hill EMB, NEW Friends Credit Union, or the Roundabout Children’s Centre (if you have children).

 

Important Information for Low Hill Residents

Who is my local MP?

Your local MP is Emma Reynolds MP (Lab), Shadow Minister for Europe; you can contact her on (01902) 397698.

Who are my local councillors?

Your local councillors are Councillor Peter Bilson (01902 710-234), Councillor Peter O’Neill (01902 721-028), and Councillor Paul Sweet (01902 56-22-75) .

Where are my polling stations?

Your local polling stations are Low Hill Community Centre, Kempthorne Avenue, WV10 9JJ, and Church of the Good Shepherd Centre, Second Avenue, WV10 9PP.

Useful General Links

Finances and Support

True Vision: Stop Hate Crime

Turn2Us: Benefits advice and information

Citizens Advice Bureau: Advice Guide: Offers support and advice for people who need it

Education, Training and Learning

GCFLearnFree: Free information about how to use a computer, fill out CVs, and more

Apprenticeships: For 16-24 year old’s who don’t have a Level 3 qualification or above

Universal Jobmatch: The government’s site to help you find work

Price’s Trust: Support setting up your own business for those aged 18-30

Government

HMRC

Inside Government (gov.uk): The main page for all government bodies

Contact Your MP

Register to Vote

Miscellaneous

SuperCook: Search for recipe ideas by ingredients

Kelkoo: Compare the prices of virtually anything

Money Saving Expert

Money Supermarket

Money Advice Service: Free, unbiased, and independent financial advice

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