The Parish Council is very keen to promote clubs and groups based in Bilbrook or an adjacent Parish. Please contact the Parish Council if you would like your group to be listed here. The Parish Council can not be held responsible for the content of external websites. If the information is out of date, please use the contact the Parish Council.
Covid-19 restriction may have affected the meeting times of some of these groups.
Bilbrook Initiatives Hub
A Community Interest Company, providing services for the community of Bilbrook. Their aims are:
• To strengthen and build cross-generational community links and bonds.
• To encourage social inclusion and engagement.
• To be able to grow ideas into tangible groups and initiatives which support the local community.
• To promote community wellbeing, both mentally and physically.
• To be able to signpost community members to services, groups and professional bodies.
• To establish groups that the community need.
Bilbrook Walking Group
Free guided walks every other Thursday at 10:00 am Meet at the car park on the bend at the bottom of Joey’s Lane, WV8 1JL. The walks are usually more than 90 minutes in duration and are likely to included slopes, steps, stiles and uneven surfaces.
Codsall & Bilbrook Cancer Support Group
The group meets every 3rd Friday of the month at Codsall Methodist Church, Histons Hill at 10:00 am
Codsall & Bilbrook History Society
A thriving group with a membership of over 150 dedicated to collecting, collating and preserving historical information about Bilbrook, Codsall and the surrounding areas. The Society organises monthly visits and historical visits. The Society has produced many publications over the years.
Codsall and Bilbrook Twinning Association
Bilbrook is twinned with St. Pryve St. Mesmin, near Orleans, France. It is in a beautiful region of France, between the Loire and the Loiret rivers. The Association aims to promote international friendship and have have enjoyed many visits to France, and return visits from their French friends.
Friends of Bilbrook
A non-profit making community group, whose main aim is to improve the environment open spaces around Bilbrook. Committee members are residents who have a keen interest in the local environment, and wish to create a sustainable programme of environmental care in which the larger community can also contribute; to improve and maintain the open spaces in Bilbrook for all age groups to enjoy.
Pendeford Mill Nature Reserve
Pendeford Mill Nature Reserve is a site of valuable environmental and historical significance.
The site covers 24 hectares (59.3 acres) of naturally managed countryside and dates back to the 13th century. It provides a stable and protected habitat for wildlife on the fringe of an urban area.
Although the nature reserve is managed by Wolverhampton City Council, it is within the Parish of Bilbrook
South Staffordshire Work Clubs
IT, Numeracy and Literacy Skills, Accredited training, Accessing volunteering, Work placement and job opportunities in the area, Advice on searching for jobs online, Support if there are particular issues preventing you from working,
Personal Skills, Possible work experience placements from local businesses, Advice on setting up your own business
Budgeting/Debt Advice, Housing/Homelessness advice, Benefits advice, Talks from local businesses and employers about their areas of work.