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  • Kenrick Park Community Centre

    Situated in Kenrick Park, the building has been occupied for a number of years by the local Sons of Rest. Three years ago it received a full refurbishment and for the last 12 months has been a fully staffed community centre, working for the benefit of the local population.

  • Langley Park Lodge Community Centre

    Langley Lodge community centre is available for hire for family / children's parties at week-ends. We hold a Councillors Surgery once a month (1st Friday 7.30 - 8.30 pm)

  • Leabrook Methodist Church

    Methodist Church which has community church hall.

  • Life Charity

    Providing supported housing and counselling and support for pregnancy and all related issues.

  • Lion Farm Action Centre

    Community managed project offering training, education, access to voluntary work, creche facilities, sign posting and general advice/support primarily for residents of Lion Farm Estate. The project also offers accredited NVQ Training. Snowbirds is another project run from the Centre: an over 50s club that meets on Tuesday afternoons from 1:30 to 3:30 pm.

  • Loaves 'n' Fishes

    Loaves N Fishes is a Christian charity based in the West Midlands. We are committed to the relief of poverty and all its effects on the people of Sandwell, Dudley and the wider Black Country. We aim to do this by delivering care in the way of furniture, clothes, household items, food and more to help those that need it most. We help them to build a home for themselves and also try to establish links with organisations for their on-going benefit.. Loaves 'n' Fishes is open Monday - Friday 8.30am – 4pm (Please leave an answerphone message after 2.30 pm).

  • Lodge Road Community Centre

    Lodge Road act as a facilitator for local community and youth groups, including adult education and children's, probation services.

  • Macmillan Cancer Support

    Douglas Macmillan established the 'Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer' in 1911. Since then, through the funding of the first Macmillan nurse in 1975 and the launch of our integrated phone support service in 2009, we have been established as an expert in cancer care and support. As part of our strategy, we aim to be a strong voice for change that people will listen to. Our history and the expertise we have developed are powerful tools in driving our strategy because they establish our credibility. People and organisations want to work with us, because we are the first they think of when they think about Cancer. Everything we do is to help everyone living with cancer to live life as fully as they can. Our allied health professionals (AHPs), nurses, support specialists and services, work directly with people with cancer, their families and loved ones every day. We also aim to keep cancer at the top of the agenda by influencing others and heightening awareness of the issues involved. We raise money to make all our work possible.

  • Madina Education Trust

    Looking after the Bangladeshi Community in Wednesbury.

  • Murray Hall Community Trust

    Murray Hall Community Trust is a registered charity set up as part of the Governments City Challenge Regeneration Programme in July 1994. Support include domestic care, respite care, information, advocacy, counselling, complementary therapy, volunteer befrienders and volunteer transport. Murray Hall also run a number of projects: Burnt Tree Childrens Centre Great Bridge Childrens Centre Tipton Childrens Centre Bridges (Transport Solutions and Compassionate Communities) Creative Therapy Services Project Shield Mervin the Motor Home (for children with disabilities) Friar Park, Mesty Croft & Woods Children's Centre

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