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  • Contact the Elderly

    A national charity that has been bringing older, isolated people together for 'cakes & company' for over 45 years. We help to relieve the loneliness of frail older people who live alone by arranging small group outings one Sunday afternoon a month. Volunteers with cars each collect one or two elderly members every month and the group of 6 - 10 members plus 3-5 volunteer drivers meet for afternoon tea in the house of a volunteer host. They visit a different home each month and over the months friendships develop. Group members are usually well into the 80s and 90s, live alone without family nearby and are no longer able to get out without assistance. For some elderly members this free monthly outing with friends is the only opportunity that they have for companionship.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Cradley Heath Badminton League

    Badminton League playing in all areas of the West Midlands

  • Cre-8

    Four mothers voluntary run the group for young people meeting up twice a week to learn new dance routines for them to be able to put on shows and events for the community. (approx 29 young people)

    This organisation is dormant.

  • DAN.SOM in West Midlands

    The commitment shown by parents and their children who are community members has been the drive to the forming of the organisation. It's an opportunity for many parents who are on income support and cannot afford private homework and sports clubs. Many of these members are ethnic families, who are newly moved from other EU countries, asylum seekers or immigrants who have been in the country less than four years. Our main vision is to improve the quality of life for these children and young people by giving them support to educate themselves in the future and give them confidence and raise their standard of learning and give them also sports activities which will develop them to professional players to bigger clubs.

  • Dorothy Parkes Centre (Smethwick)

    Community Centre

  • Dragonfly Aikikai Aikido Club

    Dragonfly Aikikai is part of Seijitsu Aikido Ryju. The club began life in 1973 and relocated to our current venue in 2003. We teach the traditional Aikido in the style of the founder Morihei Ueshib. We place great emphasis on weapons work as an aid to developing Tai Jitsu, our weapons syllabub being based upon the teachings of Morihiro Saito Shihan. We are a friendly club with a loyal following and we always extend a warm welcome to visitors from other clubs, new members and people who are simply curious about Aikido. We are Clubmark accredited

  • Dynamics Community Arts cic

    Community and Public Arts organisation.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • English Federation of Disability Sport

    English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. We work closely with the following five National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) recognised by Sport England to develop sporting opportunities for the 11 million disabled people in England.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Fantastic Journeys CIC

    Fantastic Journeys provides music, dance and storytelling workshops for Children and Young People with Additional Needs. We aim to provide a bespoke, inclusive experience of the arts that is responsive to each child's needs. We are passionate about equality and inclusion. Our sessions are interactive, fun and engaging.

  • FC Smethwick

    Provides sports, recreational and innovative activities for young people


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