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Search results for West Bromwich Central


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  • 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 Baptist Church Baby and Toddler Group

    A group for mothers, carers and their children with toys and activities for the children, tea and toast for all

  • 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 Youth Council

    Youth Group representing young people in West Bromwich.

  • 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.

  • Wolverhampton Rhinos

    Supporting adults and children with a physical disability and upper limb disability. Meetings weekly.

  • Yew Tree and Tame Bridge Community Centre

    Community centre local authority and management committee constituted

  • Yew Tree and Tamebridge Regeneration Forum

    Yew Tree and Tame Bridge Regeneration Forum was founded to address social and community cohesion issues. To empower members of the local community to work collectively to improve the quality of both estates and present a united estate. To develop projects/services. Working in partnership with other agencies within both statutory and voluntary organisations. To address social and economic issues in the neighbourhood.

  • Youth Alert (Oldbury)

    Youth group based at the church regular meetings, activities, sports and drama for all youngsters. Recreational and interdenominational activities.


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