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  • Dragonfly Aikikai Aikido Club

    Dragonfly Aikikai is part of Seijitsu Aikido Ryju. The club began life in 1973 and relocated to our current venue in 2003. We teach the traditional Aikido in the style of the founder Morihei Ueshib. We place great emphasis on weapons work as an aid to developing Tai Jitsu, our weapons syllabub being based upon the teachings of Morihiro Saito Shihan. We are a friendly club with a loyal following and we always extend a warm welcome to visitors from other clubs, new members and people who are simply curious about Aikido. We are Clubmark accredited

  • Dynamics Community Arts cic

    Community and Public Arts organisation.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • English Federation of Disability Sport

    English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS) is the national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. We work closely with the following five National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) recognised by Sport England to develop sporting opportunities for the 11 million disabled people in England.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • FC Smethwick

    Provides sports, recreational and innovative activities for young people

  • Fizzog Productions Ltd

    Community theatre company specialising in theatre in health, theatre in education and issue based theatre.

  • Friar Park Millennium Centre

    Friar Park Community Centre provides activities for young people such as youth club,sports activities and dance. There are leisure facilities for retired/vulnerable people, along with dancing, bingo clubs, etc. There is venue hire (function hall, meeting rooms, soft play room etc.) and catering is available as part of room hire, if required. The community centre is generally open from 9 am to 8.30 pm.

  • Friends of Black Patch Park

    We are committed to the retention in perpetuity of the whole of Black Patch Park and to the improvement of the park for the benefit of all local people. To this end we have been working with Sandwell MBC and other parties to ensure that the park meets the needs of the local and wider community. The Friends meet about once every 6 weeks and all who are interested are welcome to attend. Our Patron is Darren Moore, former West Bromwich Albion football player. Since the formation of the Friends we have successfully campaigned to retain the entire area of the park as open space in Sandwell's Unitary Development Plan and the Smethwick Area Action Plan; held community events in the park including annual Spring Clean events; created an exhibition about the park (currently at Soho House Museum); and worked with local historian and author Ted Rudge to celebrate the Romany heritage of the park at regular annual events. Further information about the campaign to save the park, the Romany heritage, and the areas industrial history can be found on Ted Rudge's website www.winsongreentobrookfields.co.uk

  • Friends of Brandhall Library

  • Friends of Victoria Park

    Looking after the Park

  • Friendship Group

    We are a community group operating from the Millennium Centre, Wednesbury. Our group currently has 60 members with an age range from 45 - 97 We meet every Tuesday for bingo, raffles and a chat. We have parties throughout the year and go on trips to the seaside and threatre.

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