The D’Eyncourt Wolverhampton Information Website is made for you to get the most out of this bustling West Midlands City, with primary and secondary contact details for attractions, restaurants, historical monuments and tourist information centres.
Aunt Sally’s is a popular Jamaican restaurant serving exquisite Caribbean cuisine to Wolverhampton and to residents via their takeaway delivery service, you can phone them to place an order over the telephone and to check their latest menu.
The City of Wolverhampton Council should be your first point of call for over-the-phone queries about your bin collection or benefit payments as a resident of the area.
Call D’Eyncourt Primary to contact a school receptionist with your enquiries about the cost of cooked dinners for your child or to register them as absent if they are sick and cannot attend class.
The University of Wolverhampton is one of the largest educational institutions in the United Kingdom with over 500 undergraduate and postgraduate courses and 19,790 students, you can call their telephone number for support about applying to one of their programmes.
The Wolverhampton Art Gallery is situated in the middle of the vibrant city housing over 300 paintings ranging from modern pop art to classical pieces by notable British artists, you can call their telephone number for details on their exhibitions and for their opening times.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are a notable football league club in the city, known affectionately as Wolves you can call their contact numbers to buy a ticket to the next match, for hospitality information and to make a complaint about matchday staff.
Wolverhampton Waterstones is a popular book store that sells an extensive range of literary classics along with poetry and bestselling contemporary fiction, you can call their customer serve phone number to reserve an item before picking it up in store.