Projects involving ACOV
Take a look at just some of the projects we have been involved in.
Computers for the Community
In September 2015 ACOV were involved in the set up of Computers for Community(C4C).Read more...
Fire in Our Arms
In 2008 ACOV were involved in supporting a film project entitled " Fire in our Arms". The film tackled issues related to violent crime and featured a cast and production crew of students from The King's CE School and Re-entry in Wolverhampton.Read more...
Eating the Caribbean way
For the last fifty years and more, African Caribbean people have been settling, and in many ways were the earliest minority ethnic people to arrive in Wolverhampton.Read more...
Our Location We are based just outside the City Centre.
We are ideally situated in the heart of Wolverhampton and ready to help local residents with their housing network needs.How to contact Us
We manage and look after more than 23,000 homes on behalf of Wolverhampton City Council.
We’re an Arms Length Management Organisation (ALMO) which was setup in 2005.
We love our city and we’re here to help provide good quality homes and great customer service for our tenants and leaseholders. We’re passionate about what we do – and we care about our city’s future Read more...
Help the Aged
Ageing is not an illness, but it can be challenging. At Age UK we provide services and support at a national and local level to inspire, enable and support older people. Read more ...
Celebrating over a decade of ACOV serving the community
Whilst be it a celebratory day for ACOV to be shared with a diverse community of people it represents across the city, it was also importantly an information sharing community event.
It was an occasion which brought diverse sections of communities together to engender greater understanding and cohesion between different groups, whilst bringing confidence and opportunity for all present to meaningfully engage with a variety of service providers from housing, political, policing, health and social well being related backgrounds.
Primarily the aim was to improve the attending public's confidence in local services through reducing barriers and engaging with the wider community through discussion, and question and answer sessions throughout the day. This was a very successful event that gave the local community the chance to engage with service providers who they would not normally meet due to cultural. ethnic or age differences.