People can learn about activity taking place in their local area and have their say about local issues at a series of bi-monthly community meetings which are held across Wolverhampton.

The Love Your Community meetings – which some may know as Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meetings – give residents the chance to meet with representatives of Wolverhampton Police, the City of Wolverhampton Council, Wolverhampton's anti social behaviour team and more, and to share information about issues and positive activity in their neighbourhoods. 

Councillor Jasbir Jaspal, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Cabinet Member for Adults and Wellbeing, said: "These meetings are an important forum for residents to meet with organisations and discuss the priorities for their neighbourhoods – and how we can all work together to deliver on these. Please come along to your next one to find out more."

Chief Superintendent Richard Fisher of Wolverhampton Police added: "The Love Your Community meetings are an integral part of the work of the neighbourhood police teams, community safety partners and local people to address concerns and issues in the community.

"Our aim is to be a local police service that is big enough to cope with everything that is asked of us, while showing we are small enough to care about the things that really matter to people, and we are committed to delivering a service that works for residents.

"These meetings provide an opportunity to outline clear shared ownership for local priorities and will build on the previous PACT meetings and increase collective care for what happens in our communities."

Love Your Community meetings take place bi-monthly and the next are as follows:

  • Penn, Thursday 23 November, 6.30pm, Penn United Reformed Church, 333 Penn Road WV4 5QF
  • Wednesfield, Wednesday 27 November, 6.30pm, Moathouse Resource Centre, 52 Moathouse Lane East WV11 3DD
  • Bilston South, Tuesday 28 November, 6.30pm, Holy Trinity Church, Oxford Street WV14 7EL
  • Ettingshall, Tuesday 5 December, 6.30pm, Ettingshall War Memorial Community Centre, Ward Street WV2 2PA
  • Graiseley, Friday 5 January, 1pm, Lea Road Community Centre, 54 Lea Road WV3 0LW
  • East Park, Friday 5 January, 1pm, St Matthews Church, East Park Way WV1 2DN
  • Heath Town, Monday 8 January, 1pm, Hope Community Centre, Ling House, Long Ley WV10 0HH
  • St Peter’s and Park, Tuesday 9 January, 1pm, St Andrew’s Church, St Andrews Close WV6 0QZ
  • Bushbury, Low Hill and Fallings Park, Thursday 11 January, 1pm, Bushbury Hill Parish Office, next to St Mary’s Church WV10 8JP
  • Bilston North, Wednesday 17 January, 1pm, Bilston Community Centre, Prouds Lane WV14 6PW
  • Merry Hill, Wednesday 24 January, 1pm, Swanmore Centre, Swanmore Close WV 7JY
  • Tettenhall, Thursday 25 January, 6.30pm, Wolverhampton Cricket Club, Danescourt Road WV6 9BJ
  • Oxley, Wednesday 31 January, 1pm, Pendeford Community Hub, Whitburn Close, WV9 5NJ
  • Blakenhall, Wednesday 31 January, 6pm, Bob Jones Community Hub, Bromley Street WV2 3AS

If you have any questions or would like more information about your local community meeting, please email