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  • Dorothy Parkes Centre (Smethwick)

    Community Centre

  • Durham Association of Residents and Tenants (DART)

    We cover the whole of Durham Estate and have a committee of 8 - 10

  • Eurasia Educational Society

    Educational organization, runs 5 supplementary schools. The organization also offers capacity building courses based on funding, counselling, causal gatherings for adults

    This organisation is dormant.

  • George Road Community Church

    A church based community centre.

  • Great Barr Methodist Church

    Church and community centre

  • Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick

    Guru Nanak Gurdwara Smethwick is a Sikh place of worship in Smethwick, near Birmingham. It is one the largest and oldest Gurdwara's in Europe. Spanning a total area of about 70,000 square metres, the building is three storeys high. Building work commenced in the late 1990s and ever since the Gurdwara has been expanding in order to accommodate for Smethwick's growing Sikh community. Funding for the Gurdwara comes by way of donations from members of the local and national Sikh community. The Sikh Community from all over the Midlands first began holding religious services in a school in Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick, in 1958. This led to larger congregations of Sikh worshippers and the need arose to acquire more suitable premises for the Gurdwara. The Congregational Chapel building at 130 High Street, Smethwick, was purchased and the Gurdwara opening took place on 31 July 1961. The present Gurdwara premises are at the old church site but have been totally rebuilt and extended. In 2012, a £5million extension was completed making the Gurdwara Sahib much larger and more modern than before. The new building features a larger langar hall with a modern kitchen, lecture theatre, offices, classrooms, gym, function room and much more. Further extensive refurbishments were carried out in 2016, when the local press said that the Gurdwara attracted a weekly congregation of more than 10,000 people. Throughout the day Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji presides over the Sikh congregations. Thousands of Sikhs and non-Sikhs attend the Gurdwara Sahib to worship and visit the beautiful Gurdwara complex. Guru Ka Langar (free community kitchen) is served all day long every day throughout the year.

  • Halesowen Asian Elderly Association

  • Hallam Street Community Project

    The Community Project is made up of smaller organizations which include luncheon groups, senior citizens groups, gentle exercise, disabled groups, cancer choir, work placements, personal hygiene services (i.e. a wet room)and room hire.

  • HAMO Group

    HAMO is a voluntary organisation formed as a club for Horn of African Mothers living in greater Birmingham areas. Our aim is to support our members on issues and matters relating to all sides of their livelihood with particular emphasis on cultural, sports and integration activities

  • Hamstead After School Kids Club

    We run a non-profit making breakfast, after school club and holiday play scheme. We are Ofstead registered for 24 children and provide the above throughout the year. We provide a secure environment for the children to be safe and enjoy themselves.

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