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  • Hill Top Rangers Youth

    Organising sports activities for young people mainly football

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Hill Top Sons of Rest

    Leisure centre for the men over 50. Weekly subscription of £1.50 per week

  • Holy Cross Church and Community Centre

    There has been a Parish Church in Tividale since 1878. Today there are two Church of England Church buildings in the Parish. The Parish Church of St. Michael the Archangel in Tividale Road and Holy Cross Mission Church in Ashleigh Road. Sunday Mass times St. Michael, Tividale Road, at 11 am. Holy Cross, Ashleigh Road at 6 pm The pastoral services including Baptism (Christening), Weddings and Funerals are available to those who live in the parish or can demonstrate a clear connection. House Blessings, Home Communions and Anointing of the Sick can be arranged. Current Activities at Holy Cross Monday 6 pm to 7.30 pm Karate Wednesday 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm After School Club (Free) 5.45 pm to 6.45 pm Rainbow Guides 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Brownie Guides Friday 8 am Mass 8.30 am to 9.30 am Tea and toast 9.30 am to 11.30 am Place of Welcome 12.30 pm Free Lunch Friday - all welcome 1.30 pm Bingo and social late afternoon/early evening Youth Club (pending grant aid ring for details) Sunday 6 pm Mass and Refreshments Hall Hire available £15 per hour

  • Holy Trinity Church, Old Hill

    Holy Trinity Church, Old Hill, is a Church of England Parish Church with associated community activity. Holy Trinity runs a Food bank as part of Black Country Foodbank. It opens every Monday, except Bank Holidays, between 10 am and 12 noon. For further information see the website. Holy Trinity Church can be contacted on Mondays between 10am and 1pm to offer free, face to face, confidential money/debt advice. We can advise on budgeting, give practical assistance and/or signpost to outside agencies to support. The Money Advice Team at Holy Trinity Old Hill, is a satellite of The Life Centre Debt Advice, Stourbridge. Trinity Treasures is set up to support parents and pre-schoolers. It meets every Tuesday (term time only) between 9.30am and 11am. Come along and enjoy play, craft sessions, singing and storytelling all based around a Christian ethos. A drink and a snack is provided. Soup and Soul is a group meeting every Wednesday (term time only) offering a short service starting at 11.30am. Visitors are welcome to stay and enjoy homemade soup or take it away with you. Extend class is gentle exercise for the over 60’s in a relaxed and informal environment. It meets every Wednesday between 2.30pm and 4pm. It costs £4 including a drink. It is supported by Agewell.

  • Homecraft

    Craft group meets on a Wednesday 1.30 - 3.00pm. at Endowed School Mission Hall, Rowley Village, Rowley Regis. We do all sorts of crafts: card making, patchwork, quilting, soft furnishing, jewellery making etc.

  • Horsley Heath Education Project

    The organisation provides literacy and numeracy courses to assist and develop women, unemployed people, members of the black and minority ethnic community and people whose needs are greatest from the local, Tipton and surrounding towns community. Courses are provided at no cost to learners.

  • Hurst Road Community Centre

    Community Centre hosting many different activities during the week. Contact the centre for more information. The Community Centre is operated by Sandwell Community Hubs.

  • Ileys Community Association

    Ileys Community Association was established in 2007 by a group of local people with different educational and professional backgrounds. Ileys is a non profit organisation that provides the children, youth and families of black minority with a full range of human service from advice to leisure.

  • Indian Sports Club (W.M.)

    Provides coaching for children to play cricket. Week-end games for adults. XL Club for fitness training and health awareness for people in the Greets Green area.

  • Infamous Community Arts

    Infamous Community Arts are pleased to announce a return to Sandwell with a move to their new home in Oldbury. They are a collective of professional artists, designers, musicians and technicians based within the Midlands. Providing innovative expertise across a diverse spectrum of the creative industries we work alongside the community and within education settings. They use art to encourage creativity and thus enhance both individual and collective experiences. Their goal is to make the arts accessible, inclusive and enjoyable and to promote creative wellbeing to all. They offer a wide range of high quality creative solutions to compliment any scale project. These include visual arts, sculpting, ceramics, design, fashion & textiles, theatre, music, film and animation to name a few. The new building will provide them with many exciting opportunities to expand and develop new relationships and partnerships with like-minded organisations and local people. Infamous Arts's long term goal is the creation of a community arts hub in Oldbury which will deliver a broad range of creative workshops and educational residencies across Sandwell, along with access for the community to rehearsal, studio spaces, meeting rooms, and lots more. With their new workshop facility they will be able to undertake various bespoke commissions in addition to scenic and prop construction projects.


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