Find events in Wolverhampton

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Looking for fun things to do? Inside, outside, creative, sporty or just fancy a change? Whatever your age 0-18+, there's something for you. Check out Yo! events happening in and around Wolverhampton.

Find support near you

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Looking for some help or support? Issues with bullying, relationships, body image or staying safe, employment, exam worries or eating healthily? Check out Yo! support services in and around Wolverhampton.

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Covid Advice for Young People

The City of Wolverhampton Council, the NHS in Wolverhampton and Public Health England are working together to stop the spread of the coronavirus and to keep residents up to date with key national guidance and local information.

Yo! Wolves Events Video

This Yo! Half term events video shows the type of fantastic activities available across the city during school holidays.

Latest News

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The home of the latest Yo! Wolves news and fun facts for kids. Find out what is going on, with stories, pictures and videos.

Join the HY5 team and inspire change

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Are you aged 11-25 with experience of SEND. Then why not join our HY5 group and share your thoughts on everything from leisure and education to training and job opportunities. Meetings take place every 2 weeks and its a chance to develop your communication and presenting skills and help build confidence.

Playing out

Playing out

Residents in Wolverhampton are being invited to team up with friends, family and neighbours to organise Playing Out activities.

About Yo!

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Yo! Young Opportunities - is about creating more opportunities for young people. Yo! provides access to events and services within Wolverhampton that offer opportunities to children, young people and their parents.

Leader's Message


People of all ages have been telling me there’s nothing for youngsters to do in our city. That surprised me. Since becoming Leader, I’ve seen first-hand a huge amount of good work going on. But I’ve also learnt it’s really hard for children, young people and parents to find out about it, easily, in one place...