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Traditional kung fu syllabus and full contact kickboxing. Personal training for fitness and shaping.
Saracens Martial Arts and Fitness,
89 High Street,
Shun Poo Kan has been established since 1977 and teaches traditional Aikido. Our Instructors have many years experience and work together with our members to create a warm and friendly atmosphere in which to practise.We aim to teach our members not only a very effective form of…
If you are blind or visually impaired and would like to have fun and take part in a sport, then Visual impairment cricket provides the perfect opportunity. As a Staffordshire Wolves Visual impairment cricket player you have the chance to take part in training sessions…
The principal aim of the Society is to provide a forum for like-minded cricket enthusiasts to meet, talk and reminisce about the game during the winter months. Help us with our ambitious Jubilee project! We aim to publish a book of all Black Country-born first-class…
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Stourbridge Cricket Club,
War Memorial Ground
Stourbridge Company of Archers is a target archery club. The club is affiliated to Grand National Archery Society and is open to members of all ages from 12 years and above.
Providing the opportunity to all to play cricket. We have 4 adult teams on a Saturday and one on a Sunday, together with junior teams ranging from U9 softball through to U19 games. Club house also available for hire for private functions.
Stourbridge Croquet Club has some 26 playing members who meet between April and September on the croquet lawns at Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge. Both Association and Golf croquet are played. Golf Croquet is played on Monday afternoons and Friday mornings. Association Croquet is played on Tuesday…
We are the largest cycling club in the Stourbridge, Kingswinford, Dudley and Brierley Hill area. We cater for all aspects of cycling from road, touring, racing, cycle cross and mountain biking. We run regular social events and organise races throughout the year. Open to anyone…
The Roy Archer Room,
Oakfield Community Centre,