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  • RSPB Sandwell Valley

    RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve is a wonderful urban green space in the heart of Birmingham and the Black Country. The reserve is managed to provide a home for a variety of wildlife, from nesting birds to fluttering butterflies, and to give people the opportunity to connect to nature. The visitor centre has lovely views over the valley, and there are a variety of trails to take visitors past colourful meadows, lush woodland and the peaceful lake. The reserve team hold a regular programme of event for adults and families. RSPB Sandwell Valley is part of the RSPB, the country’s largest nature conservation charity, inspiring everyone to give nature a home.

  • SADWICA Community Day Nursery

    Sadwica is a community development agency engaged in the empowerment and motivation of Sandwell\'s African Caribbean Community and other groups experiencing disadvantage. Sadwica is a registered charity who specialise in the field of childcare services throughout Sandwell. Sadwica will provide the necessary support mechanisms for children and their families who would otherwise suffer social exclusion, focusing particulary on black families, children with special needs and disabilities, students and lone parents.

  • Saint John's Scout Group

    Uniformed - youth organisation for boys and girls. Beaver Scouts - children aged 6 - 8 years old Cub Scouts - children aged 8 - 10 1/2 years old Scouts - young people aged 10 1/2 - 14years old

  • Salvation Army Cradley Heath

    Place of worship and community centre.

  • Sampad South Asian Arts

    Sampad connects people and communities with British Asian arts and heritage and plays an active role in the creative economy. It does this through high-quality performances and education programmes that people of all ages and backgrounds can take part in.

  • Sandwell Active Independent Blind Association (SAIBA)

    A small self help group run by and for visually impaired people. We were amongst the first user led organisation in the country. We have a membership of approximately 50 people. Our aim is to provide leisure and social support and activities to visually impaired people, their families and friends.

  • Sandwell African Caribbean Development Agency (S.A.C.D.A)

    The main areas of activity are: Enterprise Training & Support Training - ESOL, Basic Computer Training Community Radio Broadcast linked to the provision of training in radio presenters course. Free on site creche facilities to enable clients to access training and employment opportunities at SACDA

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (Kuumba Foundation)

    Sandwell African Caribbean Mental Health Foundation (SACMHF) The organisation is designed to cater for the needs of African Caribbean adults experiencing and / or recovering from mental ill health.

  • Sandwell African Women Association (SAWA)

    SAWA was set up to provide advice, support and training to disadvantaged African Women refugees and children from Sandwell. The group has four main programmes: Advice and Support, Community Development, Health Advocacy and Refugees and Migrants Forum.

  • Sandwell Allotment Gardeners Association

    Sandwell Allotment Gardeners Association, or SAGA for short, is an independent body working closely with Sandwell MBC on behalf of Allotment Associations in the Borough. It is a voluntary body originally set up to help and advise the Town and Borough Councils on matters relating to allotments. Its remit has changed over the years but its main purpose is still to work with any organisation or individual to further the interests of allotment gardening and allotment holders in the Borough of Sandwell. Particularly, it seeks to promote the formation of self-managing allotment associations and advise and assist in their future growth and wellbeing. The Association is committed to publicising the recreational activity of allotment gardening. It actively promotes allotment gardening as an inclusive activity, regardless of the age, sex, race, creed or disability of aspiring gardeners. Furthermore it is actively committed to the provision of appropriate specialised facilities for any such group as need arises. They are willing to act on behalf of, or intervene on behalf of, any member association in any matter to safeguard the interests of the association and its plot-holders.

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