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  • From People to People

    From People to People we will help to raise funds; by holding seminars, training, acting, dance classes, shows and quiz nights etc. within the year. By raising some funds we will help those groups who are vulnerable. The project will provide education and training to support those who have been affected in the disaster area of the world. We will provide training for our members who need training to help with this project. We will work along with other voluntary organisations. We will be planning to do these training.

  • Full Potential Arts

    FPA is a community arts organisation which exists to provide access to the arts for people with various needs and disabilities. We work with adults across Birmingham and wish to expand to Sandwell, with experience of mental health diffuculties, newly arrived or multi-national adults and children. We also work with children and young people to devise arts based projects.

  • Gayton Road Indoor Bowls Group

    Pensioners of both sexes who meet four times a week to play indoor bowls.

  • George Road Community Church

    A church based community centre.

  • Georges Carp Crew

    Group that organize and take young people from the area on fishing trips and expeditions

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Girlguiding West Bromwich

    Girlguiding is for girls aged 5, to women aged 65! Children meet as rainbows, brownies, guides or senior section, weekly and enjoy many varied activities that aim to develop them as confident adults of the future.

  • Golden Years Sandwell

    We meet every Tuesday at Langley Lodge in Langley Park. We have raffles, lunch. after which we play bingo and a game of hoy, cups of tea and biscuits.

  • Halesowen Asian Elderly Association

  • Headway Black Country

    Headway Black Country was set up to promote understanding of all aspects of acquired brain injury and to provide information support and services for people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers. We would look to support any person who has survived a head injury and meets with Headways referral criteria. Age range of 18 to 64 years.

  • Hill Top Community Centre

    Community Centre with rooms to hire for community groups.

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