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  • 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.

  • White Ribbon Association

    We promote healthier lifestyles whilst informing people in a non-judgemental way about the harmful effects that drugs, tobacco, alcohol and gambling have on individuals and society. We deliver our messages in several ways including: Health event stands: We provide an interactive stand which people can come and visit, look at the information, chat to the team and have a go at some of the activities. We have lots of visual aids that complement the healthier lifestyles message. Community health information displays: A free loan service for health information displays. These feature national and international health awareness days including No Smoking Day, Alcohol Awareness Week, Dry January and many more. Educational programmes: These include the ‘Health Champions’ a mentoring scheme in which groups are assisted in planning and delivering their own health campaigns. We also provide PSHE lessons and assemblies for primary schools, secondary schools and colleges. We can provide talks and workshops based around these topics to adult groups also. Our website has several resources, including leaflets that the public can download for use. For people interested in history and temperance, we have an archivist who can help with enquires, and a selection of archives that can be viewed upon arrangement.

  • 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.

  • Work Gateway CIC

    Work Gateway provides a range of programme and support options centred on employability. Work with people aged 14 -60.


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