Released: Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Mayor of the City of Wolverhampton, Cllr Barry Findlay with Rob Millard from Wolverhampton Central Youth Theatre dressed as a town crier launch the Prince Albert 150 celebrations.
by Tim Clark
Wolverhampton’s iconic Prince Albert statue is 150 years old this year and the city intends to celebrate the anniversary in style. The Queen Square landmark – better known locally as ‘the man on the ‘oss’ – was unveiled by Queen Victoria on 30th November 1866. City of Wolverhampton Council has organised a programme of events to mark the historic anniversary.Read More...