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  • National Malaya and Borneo Veterans Associations

    We are a group of ex-service men and women who meet on a regular basis for companionship and company. We visit schools and lecture on times past, regarding historically about being in the armed forces 1948 to date. We attend funerals on request providing our branch standard for those ex-service people who pass away usually requested by the person who has passed on. We visit older ex service people o provide company who are housebound and try to provide comfort where possible. We try to encourage younger people to look after the elderly of todays society especially those living alone.

  • New Testament Church Of God

    Sunday and midweek worship, day care centre, youth alert project, coffee mornings

  • Oak Tree Centre

    Community centre in Brandhall, Oldbury offering the following groups:- Stay and Play group* Mothers at Heart (for women affected by postnatal depression self help group)* Acts4Needs (practical help and support for families)* ToddlerPlus group* Time Out group for over 60s including lunch club lunch* Extend exercise classes for over 60s all * groups run in conjunction with King's Community Church Oak Tree Counselling Service Zumba class Children's Dance classes Fit Steps Adult Dance class Buttons Community Café open Mon, Wed, Fri 10 am - 2 pm - venue for craft club, Livelounge, 'Cuppa with a Copper' Rooms available for hire - a popular venue for children's parties

  • Oakham Out Of School Club

    Providing child care 8 - 8.45 am and 3.30 - 6pm but not during school holidays. During the holiday period we have a playscheme running for 2 weeks.

  • Options for Life

    Options for Life enables local people with a learning disability to advance their personal development and lead a full life in the community, using the support and friendship of staff and volunteers. The organisation has a Christian philosophy which is the foundation of all of the services and activities that we provide. We offer a wide range of small innovative area-based services, including a service for Asian women, a service for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, an African Caribbean service, a service for people aged over 50, a Supporting People service, a service for parents with learning disabilities and their children, an art service, community cafes and a social business, offering household maintenance and gardening services for paying customers. We also have a hydropool and sensory room, both of which are available for hire by individuals and community groups.

  • Parkinson's UK

    Aims to support people with Parkinson's, their families and carers by the provision of information, advocacy, literature, a monthly social group, welfare home visiting service, and to raise awareness of the needs and problems arising from the degenerating condition. We meet the first Tuesday each month, 11 am to 12.30 pm, at Waltham House, Overend Street West Bromwich.

  • Perryfields Pre School

    The pre-school is now Ofsted registered for 32 children each morning. Hours are 8-45 11-45.

  • Pertemps Coachright

  • Princes End Community Association

    A local community centre providing community facilities for local people

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Priory Family Centre CIC

    We deliver early years provision, adult learning and employment projects designed to help unemployed people find work. Breaking Bread, a catering business supplying food to primary schools and buffets to the public and private sectors, has recently launched a food bank supplying people in crisis with free food. Breaking bread is part of the Priory Family Centre Group.


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