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To browse a range of voluntary & community organisations in a specific area / ward use the links below.

Search results for Great Bridge


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  • Westminster & Local Learners (WALL)

    A voluntary organisation and registered charity

  • Whitehall Road Allotments Association

    Whitehall Road Allotments has 32 plots. 3 are unable to be used due to flooding (they hope to convert these to raised beds). We have a committee of 7 who deal with the day to day running of the site and attempt to raise funds.

  • Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

    Founded in 1980 as the Urban Wildlife Group, in 1982 we became the first urban Wildlife Trust, one of 47 covering the whole UK, we have been working to make Birmingham and the Black Country a better place for wildlife and people. The Wildlife Trust is leading the way in adapting to climate change in urban areas, doing practical things now that will be able to enjoy a wildlife rich, healthy environment into the future.

  • Withymoor Colts Football Club

    Football Club providing for the community 350 boys including men\'s team 100 girls including ladies team Aged 7 - 50 year olds, 30 teams FA Charter Standard Community Club

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Woden Road South Allotments Association

    Woden Road South Allotment Association has 54 plots. The committee is a group of 8 plot holders who deal with the day to day running of the site. The association provides local people with growing space for fruits, vegetables and flowers. We have a diverse community of male and female, old and young, from many cultures and countries. Woden Road South Allotment Association is building a friendly modern community within a safe environment for the enjoyment of plot holders, friends and family. Open days are planned for the wider community. Health benefits of allotment gardening are many, it provides physical exercise and promotes mental health and wellbeing.

  • Wodensborough Amateur Boxing Club

    Wodensborough Amateur boxing club is dedicated to promote the sport of boxing and health/fitness for all sections of the community. The Club welcomes everyone who wants to participate in keeping fit. Non boxing lessons are available. The Club has been in existence for 10 years. It has produced 42 midland champions, 8 national champions and a former boxer who on the Great Britain talent squad. If you wish to join and know more about the Club, please contact Steve O'Rourke on 07966 279 332.

  • Wolverhampton Rhinos

    Supporting adults and children with a physical disability and upper limb disability. Meetings weekly.

  • Yamurai - Change a Life

  • Yew Tree & Tamebridge Residents Group

    Residents and tenants group. Working with Police and Local Authority

  • YMCA Black Country Group

    An inclusive christian voluntary organisation providing accommodation for 82 residents, a busy leisure and fitness centre open to the whole community and working to meet the needs of local people, particulary young people by providing a range of services to support families and individuals including childcare, training and adult education.


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