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  • Leabrook Methodist Church

    Methodist Church which has community church hall.

  • Leabrook Methodist Over 60's Club

    We meet every Thursday afternoon at Methodist Church 12.45 to 3pm. Charge ?2 per week to cover cost of playing bingo, prizes, raffle, tea & biscuites Every month we have a trip out to panto, theatre, seaside, xmas lunch etc. free of charge. Members 56 Committee of 5

  • Lee Howl Allotments

    Lee Howl Allotments - Robert Road Tipton is a 72 plot site in Tipton. We have a committee of 8 who deal with the day to day running of the site and attempt to raise funds. We do this on behalf of Sandwell Council. Also we have a shop open on a Sunday to sell fertilizers etc to plot holders.

  • Lees Memorial Sons of Rest

    Elderley Persons Club providing games, entertainment and refreshments for the over 65s.

  • Lion Farm Action Centre

    A registered charity offering adult training, job search support, volunteer opportunities, sign posting and general information and guidance. As well as leisure activities for adults, adult dance/exercise with optional weight management. The Centre runs an After School Club and holiday playschemes for children aged 8-12 years. There is also a large garden area that can be used for gardening activities or simply relaxing.

  • Lodge Road Community Centre

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

  • Madina Education Trust

    Looking after the Bangladeshi Community in Wednesbury.

  • Moose Martial Arts Academy (formerly Wado Karate Academy)

    Community group set up April 2008, to raise funds to support students who want to attend events outside training. For example England squad training, competitions, camping and general days out

  • Multistory

    Multistory's mission is 'art celebrating lives'. We work with people to create experiences that are: empowering, diverse, rooted, curious, social, excellent, accessible. Multistory works with the people of Sandwell to make art that reflects their lives. We aim to be nationally recognised for our work so that we can attract brilliant artists to come and work with us. We aim to create work that everyone will want to see, be part of and talk about. Our work is focused on the development of participatory arts projects designed to tackle a wide range of social issues that bring communities and artists together. We have a strong record of delivering projects with partners that enable them to engage people, through participation in the arts, in wider social and cultural issues, such as: housing, community cohesion, health, education, regeneration.

  • National Osteoporosis Society Birmingham Area Group

    Voluntary Support Group part of National Charity information:- Offering Information and Advice Meetings with Expert Speakers Weekly Exercise Classes


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