In this edition we caught up with lifelong Wolves fan Neil Crudgington. Now retired Neil follows Wolves up and down the country with his Grandsons and is also an avid fan of music.
In this edition of True Seven we caught up with local paramedic Ayesha Bal and find out about her music memories.
In this edition of True Seven we caught up with Sedgley-based Bee Yoga owner Becci Bradley.
In this instalment of True Seven we speak to music fan and WWFC Foundation’s Cohesion Lead Carl Ackasovs.
We catch up with proud Wulfrunian Brodie Weatherill, a studio and fashion photographer now working in London.
In this instalment we speak to Laura Wallace from Wolverhampton who runs Delilah Darling creating bespoke hand-made and knitted clothing for babies and children.
In this instalment we caught up with West Midlands based songsmith Alex Ohm, a renowned artist on the local music scene who is beginning to make a name for himself far and wide.
I’m now 65 and lived in Wolverhampton until my husband’s job led us away after 50 years there. I have some superb memories of my teenage years spent at The Civic Hall in W-ton. Every Monday we would dash straight from school, up town on the bus to the ticket office. It would be rammed…
The White Stripes. Wolverhampton Civic Hall 07/04/2003 By Dave Copson It’s quite a rarity for a band to start their world tour with a show at the Civic. Even more rare for that band to also be number 1 in the album charts at the time and have a song of theirs on constant play…