Unleash the Fun: Your Guide to Wolverhampton’s Summer Events

by | Jul 28, 2023 | Parent Communication | 0 comments

This summer in Wolverhampton, a season brimming with excitement and exploration awaits your family. Here at Moreton School, we’ve been given the privilege of sharing some remarkable happenings around our town with you.

Wolverhampton Reflexions leads the lineup with their unique blend of creativity and social connection. They’re hosting an engaging pair of drop-in events called Dance ‘n’ Chat and Craft ‘n’ Chat, especially designed for children, young people, and their parents or carers. Feel free to immerse yourselves in the joy of movement or craftmaking while building connections. More details and registration forms are provided by clicking the images below.

For a splendid day outdoors, head over to Moseley Old Hall. They have curated a delightful Summer of Play that stretches from July 28th to September 3rd. An array of activities, games, and crafts awaits every family member, promising a day full of laughter and learning. National Trust members can enjoy free entry, whereas non-members can join in for £10 per adult, £5 per child, or opt for a family ticket at £25.

If you’re not a National Trust member yet, consider signing up for a free pass https://www.mirror.co.uk/play/competitions/200000-free-national-trust-family-29765694

To find out more, visit their https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/shropshire-staffordshire/moseley-old-hall, or call them directly at 01902 782808.

Our local school nursing teams are not far behind, planning to host drop-in events at the Bert Williams Centre in Bilston and the Mander Centre in Wolverhampton. These provide an excellent opportunity to interact with healthcare professionals and get valuable health advice.


The WV10 Consortium adds another layer of excitement to our summer with their Summer Fun events. These are scheduled to take place at several locations including the Big Venture Centre, Fifths Avenue Community Centre, Stratton Street Methodist Church, and Park Village Education Centre.

If you’re looking for an artistic experience, check out the National Play Day events being held in Bantock Park, West Park, and Bilston Art Gallery. Each of these venues offers a unique blend of culture and creativity.

The Family Hubs launch events will be taking place across the city, these are free events including refreshments in the new Family Hubs that provide support and information to families in Wolverhampton.

Lastly, don’t forget to visit the Yowolves website. It’s a treasure trove of upcoming local events that you won’t want to miss out on. You can check out their lineup https://www.yowolves.co.uk/events 

This summer, let Wolverhampton be your family’s playground. Here’s to creating memorable moments and embracing new adventures together.

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