Who we are
The aims of the Wolverhampton Society are to promote local heritage, civic pride, science and literature in the city.
The Wolverhampton Society was formed in 2020 when the oldest Society in Wolverhampton, the Literary and Scientific Society, merged with the Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society – which itself emerged from the original Civic Society, founded in 1960.
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Please address all correspondence to:
The Wolverhampton Society
46 Mount Road
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Membership is just £20 and provides access to all talks (unless otherwise stated).
Local History & Heritage
Blue Plaques & Civic Pride
Click the link below to find out Blue Plaques in the City and the nomination process.
Literature & Science
Back again at TWI, Wood Road, Tettenhall Wood, Wolverhampton WV6 8NF for the below
In April of this year, David and Paul Fullwood gave a talk on famous Wolverhampton-born Victorian artist John Fullwood. The blue plaque is in the process of being commissioned. Anyone wishing to contribute towards it can do so here https://gofund.me/9a3c58ee
The cause page for Green Space @ The Old School is now live and ready to sell tickets. Alternatively, go to https://www.wolverhamptoncommunitylottery.co.uk/support/find-a-good-cause on the Wolverhampton Community Lottery wolverhamptoncommunitylottery.co.uk and scroll down to “Green Space”.
RICHARD RHODES AWARDS
On Tuesday 8 October 2022, the Society’s Richard Rhodes awards were awarded to two deserving members of the community who have promoted and preserved he history and heritage of our City over many years.
Lawson Cartwright has assisted Bev Parker for many years in running the Penn History fair and has a huge personal collection of documents and photographs about Penn which he shares with the community.
Nigel Martin has restored many famous Wolverhampton motorbikes such as the Sunbeam 1927 Model 5 and he has also recently rebuilt an AJS car owned by Mr. A. J. Stevens himself.