City of Wolverhampton Council has announced cemeteries and crematorium in the city will close for public access from Wednesday (8 April). Sites will only allow entry to those attending funeral services.
Dozens of schools in Wolverhampton are opening their doors over the Easter holidays to support vulnerable children, those with the most complex special educational needs and the children of 'critical workers'.
Thousands of people have already logged on to the WV Virtual Squad website to find out about dozens of online activities and events which children, young people and families can enjoy at home during the coronavirus emergency.
While City of Wolverhampton Council’s Arts and Culture venues are closed during the coronavirus outbreak the team is working hard to give people their culture fix by making resources available digitally.