Veterans UK is working hard to protect both its staff and veterans during the Covid 19 pandemic, but they're very much still open for business.
Because its staff are having to work from home, there are some service changes.
There are many ways for the armed forces community and their families to get help and support in the City of Wolverhampton.
This website can help you to access information on employment, careers advice, housing, medical care, welfare and financial help. Please view our Support section in the menu above.
Local people and visitors can get involved in supporting the armed forces by attending one of our many events taking place throughout the year.
The City of Wolverhampton has pledged it’s allegiance to the Armed Forces community and their families through the Armed Forces Covenant.
The Armed Forces Covenant calls on local people to support the Armed Forces community in the city, recognise and remember the sacrifices made by the Armed Forces over the years and encourage activities that help members of the Armed Forces to integrate into local life.
It also encourages members of the Armed Forces to help and support the wider community, and promote understanding and awareness among the public of some of the issues faced by former members of the Armed Forces as they return to civilian life.
A lone piper will play a lament on the steps of St Peter's Church, in Wolverhampton, at 6am on Sunday morning to provide the poignant start to the city's observance of remembrance.Read more
A roll of honour featuring the names of men and women from Wolverhampton who died during the First World War has gone on public display in the Civic Centre.Read more
Two colleagues from City of Wolverhampton Council who have spent months knitting hundreds of remembrance poppies have been overwhelmed by the response after raising more than £1000.Read more