Wolverhampton 2020. With the football club back and thriving in the Premier League, 3.7 billion pounds of investment in regeneration projects citywide, a high creation and survival rate for new businesses, a recent ranking as one of the top UK cities to raise a family and having been recently voted top City in Europe for creating manufacturing jobs, Wolverhampton is very much a city on the up.
With a renewed sense of local pride, optimism and confidence in the future, there is no better time to celebrate and embrace what makes our city and region great.
Lindsay and Tim Baker are both proud to have grown up and live in Wolverhampton.
Lindsay is the founder and owner
of graphic design studio Sister Minor,
is on the organising team for the Birmingham Design Festival and co-hosts Ladies, Wine & Design Birmingham.
Tim is creative director of
music and art collective Lions of Dissent alongside 10 years of working in the city’s creative industries, including roles at Light House Media Centre and the University of Wolverhampton’s School of Art.