Welcome to the Palfrey Community Association Website


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 Palfrey Community Association is based from our community centre in Milton Street, Walsall    (tel. 01922 649716).


Our website is designed to give an outline of our current activities. Please call in or get in touch if you want to join our activities or would like further information.     Please click here to contact us.



 Sean Coughlan

Following the sad loss of our Community Director Tim Oliver, we would like to introduce our new Community Director, Sean Coughlan. Sean was one of a number of excellent candidates to be interviewed and was successful in gaining the full support of all of the interview panel, we will look forward to working with Sean over the coming months and years to build on and develop the work Tim had done over many years.  







We are very fortunate to be chosen as the Local Trusted Organisation for One Palfrey Big Local. Palfrey has been awarded £1 Million over 10 years to help make it a better place to live.  Residents decide how this money will be spent.  We have consulted residents and have had a very successful launch event to showcase the findings. The event saw over 350 people come together and celibrate Palfrey.  You can still give us your views and feedback.

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 New Activity

Women only Physical Activity Taster Sessions

Thursday 10th September

10.00 - 11.00 every Thursday Morning delivered by NHS physical activity team.
Health Living centre, Sun Street. includes Aero-tone, Legs Bums and Tums, Aerobics, Box-fit, Stretch and Tone and Circuits.     

suitable for females aged 12+ (if accompanied by an adult) 



Our Association aims to bring activities, groups and partnerships together under an “umbrella” organisation, through an inclusive philosophy to bring the best for our local community. We are also mindful of the need to demonstrate best value in both financial and community development terms.
Our Association advocates that it is important that we all recognise  -  and indeed celebrate -  our different social and cultural backgrounds, but that at the same time we must also see ourselves to be part of “one community”. Our multi-cultural approach aims to both celebrate diversity and to find common solutions and greater understanding. We appreciate that there is sometimes a need to incorporate different approaches, and the importance of “discreet” or “closed” activities to enhance and preserve cultural strengths and diversity  -  but that this must be seen within the wider context that we all live within “one community”.