Media Releases

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Leisure services tender process underway

Dudley Council is inviting organisations to put in bids to run the borough’s leisure service.

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£140k Arts Council Funding for Lye Library

VR headsets, IT hublets and improved seating, shelving and flooring are on their way to Lye Library thanks to funding from the Arts Council.

Cllr Dr Rob Clinton

Carbon busting project makes progress

A carbon busting project, which is set to be trialled in Dudley borough, is making progress as key partners come on board.

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Council to expand recruitment agency

Dudley Council has confirmed that it is preparing to launch a new brand of its recruitment agency.

Cllr Dr Clinton - solar panels at Himley

Green fund gets green light

Plans to pump £1million into projects to tackle climate change in the Dudley borough have been given the green light.

Your Borough Your Future

Your Borough, Your Future roadshows

Roadshows are happening across the borough next week for people to share their thoughts about how they and the council can work together to tackle climate change.

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Himley Bonfire has global appeal

There’s no need to travel the world to see spectacular things this autumn as Himley Bonfire and Fireworks show returns to the park on Saturday November 5.

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Dudley Council Plus streamlined service

Dudley Council Plus will moving to a more phone and online service as face-to-face contacts continue to drop.

HImley Bonfier circus theme

Roll up, roll up for Himley Bonfire

Tickets are flying off the shelves for this year’s Himley Bonfire, as people eagerly await the return of the popular event on Saturday November 6.

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Dudley Council Plus hours change

Dudley Council Plus will no longer be offering a Saturday service from 1 July after a steady decline in weekend contacts.

Cllr Simon Phipps

Reward for frontline staff

Frontline staff including care workers and refuse collectors are set to receive a financial reward in recognition of their dedication and service during the course of the pandemic.

Cllr Simon Phipps

IT firm hailed for role in pandemic – as contract extended by four years

Dudley Council has signed a new four-year contract with the business which supplies IT to borough schools – after bosses hailed their work in helping to keep children learning during the coronavirus pandemic.