As part of the Age UK Dudley Health and Wellbeing Project our Tuesday Walks are a free activity.
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Wombourne Railway Station,
Summer Reading Challenge 2019 - Come along to Brierley Hill Library and have a go at the first craft activity in this year's challenge. As part of the Space Chase theme we will be making an Alien Spaceship for you to take home Contact the…
Friends of Buffery Park presents Summer in the Park 2019. There will be a free land train, football, bouncy castles, trampoline, animal zoo, live DJ and bands, donkey rides, face painting and lots more. For more information on this and other Black Country Festival events,…
Come and meet our friendly team and see what courses we have to offer. We have various dates with short courses and offer flexible learning.
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Castle and Priory Neighbourhood Learning Centre,
Claptrap Makers Market is all about celebrating the skills and talents of local, independent makers. You will be able to come along and talk about products, all things making and be able to buy some unique, individual items from Black Country makers. It takes place…
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108a High Street,
The Brier Fiar - Brierley Hill's street fair is back again this year! There will be lots to do and see including: Children's activities, street entertainment, face painting, market stalls, local acts on stage and broadcasting from Black Country Radio. See website for more information.…
Health Walks are held in Cotwall End Valley on the third Saturday of every month. Our walks pass through meadows and woodland and by the side of streams and pools where a number of features of interest can be seen. This walk is of moderate intensity and includes…
Meeting point - Brockswood Animal Sanctuary Car Park,
Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust are pleased to announce its first open art exhibition at the Portal. See website for more information.
A display of favourite toys and games. If you have fond memories of the toys you used to play with then this is the exhibition for you.
An informal café providing the opportunity to get together, have a coffee, chat and socialise with other carers. All carers are welcome and they can bring the person they care for if they wish.