Their vision is a vibrant, diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community in Birmingham, UK in which individuals can realise their full potential and have equal access to what the city has to offer.
Dudley Community Information Directory
Find thousands of activities, services and events across the Dudley Borough.
Dudley Home Library Service
Dudley Home Library Service is open to people of all ages who experience significant difficulty using existing library service points. If you are signed up for the free service, you will have your library books, including large print, talking books on cassettes or CD, playaways, music CDs, DVDs, jigsaws delivered to your door.
Telephone: 01384 812870
Website: Dudley Home Library Service
This service is for young people (up to the age of 25yrs) offering a safe place to talk about worries or concerns. Appointments not always needed. They will help in finding the right support for you as needed.
Wall Heath Community Centre
Wall Heath Community Centre is made up of volunteers. Throughout the year they organise events to meet the running costs and upkeep of the community centre.
Telephone: 01384 273744
Dudley Community Board
Any local organisation can add an announcement, pdf or news item to the Dudley shared community noticeboard, subject to local editorial approval. The last 7 days’ new posts will be included in their weekly community email.
Website: Dudley Community Board
Thousands of activities, services, and events across the Dudley Borough.
As your local Healthwatch, they listen to your views and experiences and share them with people who make key decisions about health and social care services.
Getting together with real people in real life makes powerful things happen. Side hustles become careers, ideas become movements, and chance encounters become lifelong connections. Meetup brings people together to create thriving communities.
Yemeni Community Association
The Halesowen/Dudley Yemeni Community Association (HDYCA) is a small community-based organisation, was originally established in 1986 and it became a registered charity in March 1994. Since the establishment of the association there has been a steady and a continuous increase of the Yemeni population residing in the Borough of Dudley precisely within the Halesowen and the surrounding arears.
Telephone: 0121 585 1261