At Pendeford Hall Residential Park it is so lovely to wander around the park and see the residents relaxing with a book, doing a calming puzzle or listening to their favourite music.
But did you know, just down the road from Pendeford Hall Residential Park is where a world record was broken?
At Coppice Performing Arts School in Wolverhampton a musician called Philip Palmer played the longest sustained note on a clarinet, it lasted just over one minute and thirteen seconds. This broke the world record for the longest sustained note on a wind or brass instrument, ever. This record has still not been beaten since November 2006.