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Black Country Living Museum

Black Country Living Museum

Black Country Living Museum is an award winning open air living museum that tells the story of the world's first industrial landscape with buildings, vehicles, objects and costumed characters for you to interact with and explore. Our corner of the West Midlands is now one of the finest and largest open-air museums in the United Kingdom.

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Moseley Bog - The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

Moseley Bog - The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country

Moseley Bog & Joy's Wood Nature Reserve. A nature reserve which supports a tremendous range of plants, animals and insects located in the Springfield area of Birmingham. Moseley Bog was the childhood playground of The Lord of the Rings author JRR Tolkien, who lived nearby. He stated that the site inspired the 'old forest' in his books. People come from all over the world to discover his inspiration for themselves.

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QAC - Queen Alexandra College

Queen Alexandra College

Queen Alexandra College aims to challenge discrimination and exclusion by providing opportunities for people who are blind or visually impaired and other disabilities to learn, live and work independently.

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QAC - Sight Village Marketplace

QAC Sight Village Marketplace

Products and services for people who are blind or partially sighted. Revolution advantage canes, braille equipment, low vision aids and many more

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The Warwickshire Club for Young People

The Warwickshire Club for Young People

WCYP are a charity that strives to support and enrich the lives of young people, in partnership with youth clubs and groups across Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull.  Our mission is to create opportunities for young people to participate in sport and leisure activities.

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The Artic Foxes

The Arctic Foxes

The Arctic Foxes are crossing Greenland in their record-making and record-breaking bid. Starting at Kangerlussuaq on the west coast, the Foxes plan to make the 600km trip across the ice-cap to Ammasillik on the east coast in just 16 days – a distance that takes most expeditions 25 days+. To achieve this goal, the Foxes will need to walk for 16 hours a day, using Nordic skis and dragging 50kg pulks behind them containing all their expedition kit. As they arrive on the east coast, the Foxes will become the first British female team ever to cross the Greenland icecap.

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CLDF - Childrens Liver Disease Foundation

CLDF - Childrens Liver Disease Foundation

Website for children, young people and teenagers has information about the liver, liver diseases and living with liver disease.

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CLDF Hep C Facts

CLDF Hep C Facts

This web site has been created by Children’s Liver Disease Foundation (CLDF) to provide information and advice for children and young people who are concerned about or want to find out more about hepatitis C.

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BRIB - Birmingham Royal Institution for the Blind

BRIB - Birmingham Royal Institution for the Blind

BRIB assists the blind and visually impaired, in the Birmingham area principally by supporting organisations, Queen Alexandra College and Focus Birmingham with the aim of enabling blind people to lead their lives to the maximum potential, improving the quality of life and encouraging independence.

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