Hello and welcome to the new home of Lost Wolverhampton.
It’s hard to believe that it has been a whole twelve months since I ventured into the world of blogging; the year has flown swiftly by. As for writing my blog posts, I have enjoyed every minute spent on it, and I must say that the response from your good selves has been overwhelming.
I have been bowled over at the number of people that have come to read my nostalgic posts on Wolverhampton, and it has been very encouraging to find out that there are other people around who enjoy talking about old Wolverhampton, and the people they remember as an important part of it.
After much deliberation, over cups of coffee with my grandson, we came upon the idea to create a new website, and try to broaden the scope of the Lost Wolverhampton blog a little.
The new website here still has my blog, where I plan to continue writing my little reports, which will now collectively be known as The Howl.
All of my past articles I have posted from last year have been brought over from the old blog, although I haven’t transferred any of the comments that were made on those posts, as I felt that would be a bit too bold of me.
The main idea to expand on things is to invite you all to join our forum. You will be able to write about your own memories of Old Wolverhampton, and share your knowledge with others.
It is my hope that www.lostwolverhampton.co.uk will eventually grow into a fun and interesting community for anyone who enjoys the diverse history of Wolverhampton, so be sure to sign up!
Please have a look around the new Lost Wolverhampton site. I very much hope you like it.