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On behalf of Tettenhall Medical Practice, we would like to welcome you to our website, which we hope will provide you with useful information on a range of services we provide.  In addition to this, we hope it will provide you with a means of access to a host of information and links to helpful websites.

There are two wards of Wolverhampton City Council which cover Tettenhall: Tettenhall Regis (the northern part) and Tettenhall Wightwick (the southern part).

St Michael's CofE School and Woodthorne Primary School are also located here, as well as S. Peter's Collegiate.

You may contact us here at Tettenhall College using any of the following methods:

Tettenhall Lower Green is at the bottom of The Rock, near St. Michael and All Angels Church. It is a sloping grassy area, popular for sledging on snowy winter days, overlooked by a former public house, The Mitre which has now been converted to luxury apartments.

The King's C.E. School, formerly Regis Secondary School, is a voluntary aided Church of England school for 11- to 19-year-olds, in Tettenhall. As part of the BSF programme the School will be refurbished and will incorporate Tettenhall Wood Special School onto its site.

Most of all, we do hope you enjoy exploring our virtual village.

Tettenhall is the final resting place of TV presenter Mark Speight - his ashes are buried in the local churchyard. [10]

Notable residents of Tettenhall include the Guardian journalist and former Slade guitarist, Dave Hill.

Address: Tettenhall College Wood Road Wolverhampton WV6 8QX United Kingdom

Tettenhall (previously known as Totehala and Totenhale[1]) is a historic village within the city of Wolverhampton, England. The name Tettenhall is probably derived from Teotta's Halh, Teotta being a person's name and Halh being a sheltered position.[2] Tettenhall only became part of Wolverhampton in 1966, along with Bilston and Wednesfield.

The Battle of Tettenhall in 910 was the turning point in the battle against the Danish Viking invaders by the united forces of Edward the Elder of Wessex and Ealdorman Æthelred of Mercia.[3] It saw the crushing defeat of the last of the large Danish Viking armies to ravage England, including the deaths of the Danish Kings, Eowils and Healfdan. In more recent times, the north part of the village became known as "Danescourt".

The sky’s the limit. You can use www.tettenhall.co.uk any way you want – whether it’s to encourage real visitors to your business premises or to provide home ordering and delivery services! Tettenhall visitors and residents are very welcome. Please explore the growing shopping area, view the village’s unique history or check out the events planned in and around the area.

Tettenhall has its own private school Tettenhall College which is based in "Tettenhall Towers" the former home of the Thorneycroft family.[2]

Headmaster: Mr David Williams Headmaster's PA: Mrs Nicola Phelps (01902) 751119 - Email Registrar: Mrs Emma Ray-Davies (01902) 751119 - Email

Upper Green has a small shopping area overlooking the green and paddling pool. A clock tower, built in 1912 by the local Swindley family and donated to the parish to celebrate the coronation of King George V, is a key landmark in Upper Green.

The Upper Green has a large paddling pool, an extensive open grass area, a cricket pitch, practice nets and the clubhouse of Wolverhampton Cricket Club, where W. G. Grace visited and played. The area is common land, donated by the Swindley family to the people of the parish.

The ethos of Forest School is based on a fundamental respect for children and young people and fo...

Have you lost something that might be valuable to you in Tettenhall recently, or found anything that somebody might appreciate getting back?

This is the perfect place to promote your local or national business to Wolverhampton people without having to go into print. So if you’re a business and you think Tettenhall folk are your ideal audience then find out how easy it is to advertise your business at www.tettenhall.co.uk.

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Christ Church Infants and Juniors are schools in the area, linked to the church of the same name, situated in Tettenhall Wood.

Find opening times, contact details and services on offer at Tettenhall Library.