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  • Sandwell Confederation of Indians

    Sandwell Confederation of Indians is a voluntary umbrella organisation. We follow an holistic approach, thus we identify and look after every aspect of the community's needs, for example: health, education, leisure & environment. We help tackle local issues and Sandwell borough wide. Our projects also identify needs to serve the disadvantaged communities in Sandwell. To increase the average life expectancy of people in Sandwell and improve their lifestyle. We help everyone, including black & ethnic minority communities. To help promote community cohesion, racial harmony, tackle social exclusion (especially BME groups, young, men, eldery and women) improve health and trying to empower the community and increase community involvement.

  • Sandwell Cricket League

    We have been established to provide parks cricket to inner city deprived areas. We have 20 teams playing in a 3 tier division format. This league has recently taken the responsibility of providing of people of all ages a platform to play competitive cricket. Our aim and we have been sucessful in achieving this, is to improve health, reduce or eliminate anti-social behaviour, eradicate drug abuse, improve standards of living.

  • Sandwell Group Ramblers Association

    Promotes leisure walking in conjunction with national organisations ie Ramblers Association. Also involved in health walking and footpath maintenance.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sandwell Irish Community Association

    We have now opened the resource centre in Langley High Street and will be providing varying services to the community including chiropody, gaelic language lesson, benefit entitlement advice, raising health awareness and health promotion

  • Sandwell Irish Society

    Sandwell Irish Society is a registered charity that works to achieve a vibrant Irish community in Sandwell and the surrounding area, one that is engaged and empowered to play an active role in society by ensuring that people have the chance to contribute their views, articulate their needs and have an impact on policy and practice. It aims to achieve this by improving the confidence, health awareness and image of the community and by ensuring that the contribution of people of Irish birth and descent, over many years, to the economic, social, cultural and historic richness of the area is recognized and acknowledged. It works with statutory and voluntary organisations to develop activities and services in response to needs identified. It organises social, cultural, information and health events which inform people, combat isolation and engage the community.

  • Sandwell Leisure Trust

    Has a mission of creating an active Sandwell. Manages 9 leisure centres & 1 golf course. Provides a range of sport & fitness activities including fitness classes, fit'n'well gyms, swimming instruction,children's holiday activities. We have established a subsidary company, Sandwell Arts Trust, to manage The Public in West Bromwich on behalf of Sandwell MBC

  • Sandwell Multicare

    Provide home based respite care for families who care at home for people with severe learning disabilities. Operate two Saturday clubs - 11am - 4pm

  • Sandwell Parents for Disabled Children

    Provide play, leisure and social opportunities for children with special needs and their families. Work in partnership with service providers to ensure that disabled children and young people are included in play, leisure and social activities in Sandwell.

  • Sandwell Premier & District Football Leagues

    Provides competitive football from the age of 16 upwards

  • Sandwell Sea Cadets Unit 486

    We are Sandwell Sea Cadets and part of the UK's largest maritime youth charity. Cadets go to sea, learn to sail and do adventure training, all on a nautical theme, plus get extra skills to give them a head start in life. Whether at sea or on land, the Sea Cadets offers young people across the UK amazing opportunities for personal development - by learning new skills and working in teams - we offer an environment where young people find new confidence and inspiration. Established in 1856 the Sea Cadets was created by communities wanting to give young people instruction on a naval theme. Traditionally old seafarers provided training while local businessmen funded the unit building. Today, 14,000 young people based in 400 units in towns, cities and ports across the UK are challenging themselves and developing new skills, like sailing, boating and rock climbing - supported by 9,000 volunteers. The ethos and traditions of the Royal Navy are at the heart of the Sea Cadets, who are guided by these values: Respect: To appreciate and be considerate to others. Loyalty: To be faithful to all who invest in me. Self-discipline: To do what I must. Commitment: To do what I say I will. Honesty & Integrity: To tell the truth and be a good person.


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