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Search results for The West Midlands region

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  • ASAN Greenworks

    ASAN Greenworks is a social enterprise which recycles and sells office furniture and equipment.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Asbestos Support West Midlands

    Asbestos Support WM exists to help those suffering from asbestos related diseases and to campaign for the strictest possible enforcement of regulations and legislation to protect current workers and communities. Asbestos is the biggest single work-related cause of death in the UK. It kills thousands every year and wrecks the lives of many more; we aim to end this misery. At Asbestos Support WM we provide: expert help and advice about DWP and other state benefits associated with Asbestos related diseases;practical assistance in the completion of all appropriate paperwork; referrals to reputable and experienced firms if you need legal advice;a home visiting service to anyone who can not travel in addition to appointments at our office. We also provide services to the victims of Asbestos related diseases and/or their families at no cost; provide links to reputable organisations that are able to offer additional help, for example in explaining cancer and its consequences to children:strictly complies with the Solicitors' Introduction and Referral Code; campaigns and informs people on the asbestos issue, helping to ensure the strictest possible enforcement of regulations and legislation to protect current workers and communities.

  • Birmingham and District Beekeepers' Association

    The Birmingham and District Beekeepers was formed in 1936 as part of the British Beekeepers Association that was formed in 1849. We teach and promote the art of beekeeping and have a teaching apiary in Highbury Park, Kings Heath. We also have a library and beekeeping equipment that members and beginners can use.

  • Black Horse Allotment Association

    Allotment Association having a constitution and governing documents

  • Brook Street Community Centre

    Community Centre available for private hire, as well as providing a variety of activities run by community and voluntary organisations for the local community

  • Community Foundation

    Our Mission Community Foundation is a grassroots voluntary organisation supporting people in inner city areas to change their lives by improving their conditions and creating opportunities for people to reach their full potential. They are a not for profit organisation. Community Foundation aims: - to encourage civic participation of marginalised and hard to reach communities and provide education and training to build capacity of individuals and organisations to improve themselves, their organisation and their community. - develop projects and services to address underlining issues of social exclusion, homelessness, health inequality, unemployment and under achievement. - develop targeted provisions to improve community safety, prevent anti social behaviour, domestic violence, drug/alcohol abuse and improve community cohesion and tolerance within marginalised and hard to reach communities. - provide a range of social, education and recreational services for hard to reach communities.

  • Friends of Black Patch Park

    We are committed to the retention in perpetuity of the whole of Black Patch Park and to the improvement of the park for the benefit of all local people. To this end we have been working with Sandwell MBC and other parties to ensure that the park meets the needs of the local and wider community. The Friends meet about once every 6 weeks and all who are interested are welcome to attend. Our Patron is Darren Moore, former West Bromwich Albion football player. Since the formation of the Friends we have successfully campaigned to retain the entire area of the park as open space in Sandwell's Unitary Development Plan and the Smethwick Area Action Plan; held community events in the park including annual Spring Clean events; created an exhibition about the park (currently at Soho House Museum); and worked with local historian and author Ted Rudge to celebrate the Romany heritage of the park at regular annual events. Further information about the campaign to save the park, the Romany heritage, and the areas industrial history can be found on Ted Rudge's website www.winsongreentobrookfields.co.uk

  • Friends of Rowley Hills

    Friends of Rowley Hills promotes the conservation, protection and improvement of the natural environment of the open spaces on Rowley Hills for the benefit of wildlife and the local community.

  • Groundwork West Midlands

    Groundwork provide training and create jobs, reduce energy and waste, reconnect people with nature and transform whole whole neighbourhoods. Step by step Groundwork go on changing places and changing lives until everywhere is vibrant and green, every community is strong enough to shape its own destiny and everyone can reach their potential. Groundwork is currently delivering a project in Tipton called the Cracker, working on a local green space (called the Cracker).Beneficiaries are people suffering from drugs and alchohol dependency. The work encourages physical activity in an outdoor setting, as well as the wellbeing benefits of being outdoors.

  • North Smethwick Development Trust

    North Smethwick Development Trust provides provides a range of local services and activities from Brasshouse Community Centre. It operates as a development trust and is concerned with the long term rengeneration of the North Smethwick area using an independent community led approach. Its founding ideas are to: facilitate the residents of North Smethwick to actively participate in, and contribute to, the process of improving the qualityof life in the area.

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