Wolverhampton: The city that supports growth

AirSpace

AirSpace

Air Space Wolverhampton (part of the Go Ape group), based at Bentley Bridge Retail Park, welcomed its first visitors to the site in Dec 2015. The £1.5 million park, which is set over two floors, has over 100 interconnected trampolines, a number of areas for a range of activities, including a performance area and wall, air bag, basketball hoops and football goals as well as dodge ball courts. Read more...

Slater’s Ales

Slater’s Ales

Family business Slater’s Ales is a very successful family run brewery which was established in March 1995. Based in Stafford, the family opened the first of their craft ales bars in Wolverhampton’s Queen Square in February 2016. Read more...

Sunbeam Pub, Greene King

Sunbeam Pub, Greene King

The new venue opened its doors at the city’s iconic i10 building in March 2016. The family-friendly pub restaurant is named ‘The Sunbeam’, in honour of the historic Wolverhampton motorcycle and car firm, had 67 jobs to fill. Read more...

Wiggle

Wiggle

In 2015 national sports retailer Wiggle completed its distribution centre move from Portsmouth to the City of Wolverhampton and officially opened its new multi-million pound distribution centre at the Citadel Logistics Centre.

Hear Nicholas Pink, Operations Director for Wiggle, talk about the move to the City of Wolverhampton. Read more...

 

 

 

 

 

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