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  • Unity in the Community

    A small voluntary project which has been set up in 2002 to carry out local projects in the community up until 2005, but has recently been revived with new board members to focus on the Yew Tree and Tamebridge area specifically and the Black Country generally.

  • Versus Arthritis

    Arthritis Care supports all people with arthritis, through information about the condition, local groups, self-management training courses and campaigning services. The services we have are for older people living with Arthritis and they would need to be referred to us by their GP first in order for us to make an appointment with them. For information and support contact Arthritis Care's freephone helpline on 0800 800 4050 (Monday to Friday 10 am - 4 pm)

  • Victory Foundation

    To provide humanitarian services in food, clothes, shelter, health and education for the welfare of orphans and women, widows in community and in Africa. In the community it gives trainint in IT, teach English to women, promote Afro-Caribbean culture, sport, Outreach to socialise and HIV awareness. Based at 33 Law Street, West Bromwich B71 1EA.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Warley Gateway Club

    We cater for young and old adults with learning disabilities to give them a better quality of life and to give their parents / carers a couple of hours free time on a Monday evening 7 - 9pm at St Albans Community Association, St Albans Road, Smethwick B67 7NL We need members.

  • Wednesbury Music Club

    Subscription group that puts on seven live serious high class musical concerts per season, classic, choral, solo, in its many forms

  • Wesley Centre For All Ltd

    Community Centre which runs a Daycare Provision for the elderly along with numerous other activities ranging from uniform groups to baby clinics, pensions clinics and drop-in coffee morning.

  • West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre

    Provides services primarily for the African-Caribbean community across the Borough. Services provided include :- Meals on Wheels, day care for the elderly, links with employment services, Saturday School and Health Education project including support for children and families experiencing difficulties in relation to school exclusion. Homecare and domestic care provider

  • West Bromwich Referees Association

    Referees Association for the West Bromwich area

  • West Smethwick Enterprise

    West Smethwick Enterprise Family Centre provides a wide variety of fun and valuable learning experiences targeted at families in the local community. The Family Centre currently have four pre-schools. • Stepping Stones and Two Steps are Outstanding • Little Steppers is Good with elements of Outstanding • Tiny Steps has been rated Good. The cost per session is £8 for half a day, or £18 for a full day including lunch. Stepping Stones pre-school has a holiday club, available all year around, except for two weeks at Christmas. The holiday club is for children aged 2-8 and offers a wide variety of activities and outings to suit the needs of the children. West Smethwick Family Centre have a family support team helping families with a parenting course, stay and play sessions, finances and many other services. Stay and Play sessions are ran on Tuesday and Fridays 10 - 00 am to 11.30 pm at Stepping Stones Pre-School. The office is open from 8 am – 5 pm. The nurseries are open from 8.30 am to 3.00 pm.

  • 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.

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