Piano Tuner Wolverhampton, West Midlands
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I am a qualified Piano Tuner and Technician
covering large areas of Shropshire and West Midlands. I am available to
tune homes, churches, schools, universities, theatres, etc during the day,
evenings and weekends. Please check my website for more information and
Wolverhampton was given a city status in December 2000 along with Brighton, Hove and Preston when the Government declared all three 'Millennium Cities'. The city is named after Lady Wulfruna, who founded the town in 985AD. The name of Wolverhampton derives from 'Wulfruna' and 'Heaneton' meaning town on the hill. The natives of Wolverhampton are 'Wulfrunians'. Wolverhampton is twinned with three cities, Subotica in Serbia, Klagenfurt in Austria and Ulaanbaatar in Mongolia. The city's football team, Wolverhampton Wanderers FC (Wolves) originated from the city's motto 'Out of Darkness Cometh Light' where the colours gold and black represent light and dark respectively. The population of Wolverhampton is approximately 252,987.
Localities in the City of Wolverhampton include: