Student Accommodation in Wolverhampton

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Wolverhampton is a vibrant, metropolitan borough within the West Midlands and regularly attracts tourists and people simply looking for a great day or night out.

Once considered part of Staffordshire, Wolverhampton’s roots lay principally in the industrial revolution, when it was known for steel production, lock making and the manufacture of vehicles. Beyond its vibrant economy,...

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About Wolverhampton

The city of Wolverhampton is located in the West Midlands, region of England. Founded in 985 A.D., it is named after its founder – Wulfruna and the natives call themselves Wulfrunians. England’s first automated Traffic Lights were installed here, at the Princes Square, in 1927. The city was once a major centre for steel production, coal mining, manufacturing of cars & motorcycles and lock making during the industrial revolution. Today the economy is centered on the engineering and ae...

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The city is dotted with many attractions which will give a peak into the history and culture of the city such as Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Moseley Old Hall, Royal Air Force museum and Bantock House museum and Park. Sunny days are meant to be enjoyed in the great outdoors, so you can choose from numerous green spaces to just relax with your friends or take a stroll; to name a few Westside Park, Eastside Park and St. Peters Gardens.

All your shopping needs can be met at Wulfrun shopp...

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