Wolverhampton is a city in central England. The 19th-century Wolverhampton Art Gallery has collections from Old Master paintings to locally made steel jewellery. West, Wightwick Manor and Gardens is known for its William Morris interiors and landscaping. Arts & Crafts–style furnishings and Pre-Raphaelite art feature at Bantock House Museum. Nearby, Victorian-era West Park has a lake, bowling green and conservatory.
Wolverhampton is recorded as being the site of a decisive battle between the unified Mercian Angles and West Saxons against the raiding Danes , although sources are unclear as to whether the battle itself took place in Wednesfield or Tettenhall. The Mercian’s and West Saxons claimed a decisive victory, and the field of Wooden is recognized by numerous place names in Wednesfield
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The City of Wolverhampton is a metropolitan borough, meaning that its City Council is effectively a unitary authority, and therefore is single-tier and provides all services to the district that a borough and county council would together. South Staffordshire District Council is a two-tier authority, with some services provided by Staffordshire County Council.
The council offices are in the Civic Centre, which is located in St. Peter’s Square in the city centre. The city council’s motto is “Out of darkness cometh light”.
The Labour Party currently control the council and have been in majority on the council since 1974, The Labour party won 18 out of 20 council seats that were up for election.