Originally opening in 1854, Grand Station is a Grade II listed building formally known as Wolverhampton’s low level train station. After being derelict for thirty years, the building was then transformed in 2013 into an irresistibly opulent venue and opened its doors to share its forgotten beauty. The astonishing crafted ceiling alongside the gracefully sculpted arched windows leaves our guests in awe and is the perfect backdrop to any event.
The Grand Station’s prime city centre location coupled with its experience staff has ensured it’s artistry within this magnificent sector. Hosting over 300 immaculate and versatile events each and every year, its multifunctional space can transport you from a corporate event for 1 to a fiesta for 1000.
Our dedicated events team together with our exclaimed selection of caterers will ensure any event is made to look effortless..
Grand Station is honoured to support getting young people back into work and hope to see the best of these individuals at the Express & Star Apprenticeship Awards on 3rd November 2022 at The Grand Station.
This is an opportunity to acknowledge the very best apprentices and employers across our region.
This will be will be a celebration of the best and brightest young and mature learners.
Finding new ways to drive aspiration and education through apprenticeship programmes.
Our Apprenticeship Awards are open to any apprentice or organisation that is based locally in and around Wolverhampton, the Black Country and Staffordshire region.
When I’m not at a radio station you will find me hosting events from a charity quiz night, to the huge Wolverhampton City Centre Christmas lights switch on productions and instore promotional events. I also host the Wolves Fanzone on match days at Molineux.