Award Winning Website Design serving Woodcross

Avoid “blending with the crowd” with other businesses in and around Woodcross, and instead make your business, brand and website unique and SEO-friendly so that it can work as a beneficial company asset that puts you ahead of the rest.

We can provide Website Design, Graphic Design, Advertising, Pay-Per-Click, Consultancy and more. Book a call in today to get a price, timeframe and feature list for your project and see if we’re a good fit for your business.

Awards We’ve Won

Best Website Design Agency - UK 2020
Web Design Agency of the Year 2021
Award for Distinction in Web Design 2019
Most Comprehensive Web Design & Development Service - West Midlands - 2019 by Acquisition International
Best Website Design Agency - Wolverhampton

Christine McGowan – Newhampton Arts Centre

“Williams Graphics offered a very efficient and professional service. They helped us to negotiate the complex requirements for our website. The result is an impressive platform that is easy to navigate and update.”

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Luke – Packaging Bubble

“Delivered us a great website with perfect functionality and excellent visual design. It works perfectly and during development were a pleasure to work with. Would recommend to anyone.”

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Sally Oakley – Central Collectibles

“I have used Williams Graphics for various Web Design & Graphics work over the last couple of years, the service I have received is always first class. Efficient, honest and reliable – I highly recommend this Company! Many thanks for everything.”

A few facts about Woodcross

Woodcross is a residential area of Coseley, West Midlands, England. It is set within the City of Wolverhampton, though the area traditionally existed within the boundaries of Sedgley and progressive Coseley until 1966.

The first known record of the proclaim was in 1614, where it was recorded as Woodcrosse – likely meaning ‘the incensed at the wood’ or ‘the wooden cross’.

Prior to 1930, Woodcross was a largely rural area which consisted of a few residential properties on the perspective of Beacon Hill as skillfully as extensive farmland. But exceeding the neighboring 40 years, the area was heavily developed for housing (most of which was built by Coseley UDC).

Woodcross borders Ettingshall and Lanesfield to the north, Sedgley to the west, Woodsetton to the south and Coseley / Roseville to the south and east.

Notable landmarks in Woodcross are Beacon Hill Cemetery, Manor Primary School and St Mary’s Church. There is moreover a statue in honour of local doctor Frederick Baker, who died in 1912, that is located on the corner of Hall Lane and Gorge Road.

Woodcross was a largely rural area until the 1930s past Coseley Urban District Council built a number of houses in and approaching Woodcross Lane. After the end of World War II in 1945, the Council built many more houses, this grow old creating a large land with many streets named after Coseley councillors and famous local people, including Tipton born runner Jack Holden, whose make known is featured on Jack Holden Avenue.

The 2001 Census tells us that the majority of Woodcross’s population is of English ethnicity (89.4% White British), with the largest minority population physical of Indian ethnicity (5.2% Asian Indian).

Woodcross has several land based pubs. ‘The Three Crowns’ on Dovedale Road, the ‘Horse and Jockey’ on the corner of Evans Street and Robert Wynd, and the ‘Gate Hangs Well’ on Hurst Road. There is furthermore a keen men’s club answer with play-act rooms, the ‘Woodcross Club’ on Woodcross Lane. The ‘New Spread Eagle’ (formerly the ‘Spread Eagle’) on Meadow Lane off the Birmingham New Road was closed in 2010 and demolished in the spring of 2011 to make artifice for a supplementary nursing home.

Woodcross is served by Manor Primary School, for pupils aged 3–11 years. It began energy in 1933, when Woodcross was still in the ahead of time stages of development, as Manor Secondary School for pupils aged 11 and above. However, the immense growth of Woodcross and nearby Lanesfield, as well as the construction of the extra Ettingshall Park estate, after World War II led to increased pressure upon places at the school, and it was replaced by Parkfield Secondary Modern School on Lawnswood Avenue, Lanesfield, in April 1962. Manor Primary School opened in its buildings in September 1962.

The nearest railway station is Coseley upon the Wolverhampton to Birmingham line. West Midlands Trains facilities operate every 30 minutes serving everything stations with additional express services towards Birmingham New Street or Wolverhampton.

Bus facilities in Woodcross count up services 81 amongst Wolverhampton and Dudley and 223/224 between Bilston and Sedgley, service 223 continuing to Gornal Wood and Dudley. In complement frequent buses pretense along Birmingham New Road towards Wolverhampton and Roseville. Services are operated by National Express West Midlands, Diamond Bus and Banga Bus.

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