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  • West Bromwich Dartmouth Cricket Club

    Cricket Club providing facilities for cricket fixtures and coaching sessions for senior and youth members. Developing cricket within the local community and supporting other cricket related projects within Sandwell

  • West Bromwich Local History Society and West Bromwich Pauper Memorial Group

    West Bromwich Hostory Group meets monthly, first Friday in month from September to may inclusive at All Saints Parish Church at 7.30pm for lectures and workshops with a local or historical interest. The Pauper Group is now part of the History Group and has had a memorial erected in Heath Lane Cemetry to all those buried in unmarked common graves, particularly those from West Bromwich Workhouse (Hallam House which became the hospital) We do give power point presentations re Paupers throughout the area and have exhibitions of Pauper Memorial, James Eaton and the Battle of Trafalgar, West Bromwich in the World War 2.

  • West Bromwich Operatic Society

    West Bromwich Operatic Society is an amateur society who perform musical shows twice a year, currently one at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton and one at Mill Theatre, Dormston Centre, Sedgley

  • West Bromwich Railway Model Club

    A community group of people of all ages who are interested in model railways, railway in general and other forms of transport: we construct models (working) of railway in all popular scales. We have an exhibition and open day annually to display our layouts. Our objective is to encourage every one who is interested in the hobby to join us. We have recently opened a youth section with the aim to get more youngsters involved and to teach them new skills.

  • West Bromwich Referees Association

    Referees Association for the West Bromwich area

  • West Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club (Anvil Chorus)

    Established in 1977, the West Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club, better known as Anvil Chorus, is a group of around 35 men of all ages, with a passion for a capella singing in the Barbershop Harmony style. The rehearsal venue is Grove Vale School, Monksfield Road, Great Barr. The school is close to the M6, easily accessible from all parts of the West Midlands. The Club meet on Tuesdays 7.30 pm – 10.00 pm. If you enjoy singing without instruments, or would try like to try singing in traditional barbershop style, new members are always welcomed. The Club is not a theatrical or theological organisation, just a registered charity of singers. The Harmony Club is happy travel to entertain at weddings, shows, functions and fundraising events.

  • West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust

    We are a Building Preservation Trust (BPT) dedicated towards the conservation of historic buildings in the West Midlands which are considered at risk. We act as a rolling fund - we purchase a historic building, identify a new viable long-term use for it , repair it and adapt it, and sell it on to a new user, investing the proceeds in the next project. Membership of the West Midlands Historic Buildings Trust is open to all - anyone can get involved, either as an active volunteer,or simply to take part in our events which are aimed at educating the public / raising awareness of local conservation issues and projects. Our main area of operation is the Black Country, but we will consider any building within the West Midlands County or adjacent areas that may benefit from our help.

  • Westbury Sandwell Life Saving Club

    Promotion of all aspects of lifesaving, lifeguarding, water safety, life support and related activities

  • Withymoor Colts Football Club

    Football Club providing for the community 350 boys including men\'s team 100 girls including ladies team Aged 7 - 50 year olds, 30 teams FA Charter Standard Community Club

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Woden Road South Allotments Association

    Woden Road South Allotment Association has 54 plots. The committee is a group of 8 plot holders who deal with the day to day running of the site. The association provides local people with growing space for fruits, vegetables and flowers. We have a diverse community of male and female, old and young, from many cultures and countries. Woden Road South Allotment Association is building a friendly modern community within a safe environment for the enjoyment of plot holders, friends and family. Open days are planned for the wider community. Health benefits of allotment gardening are many, it provides physical exercise and promotes mental health and wellbeing.

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