About Bearwood

a place to call homeA place to call home?

Britain is facing a housing crisis – a claim which few people dispute. This has many symptoms that stretch across the whole of society. For some it means no home at all. Since 2010 there has been a steady increase in the number of families accepted as homeless and in the numbers living in temporary accommodation. More recently the number of people sleeping on the street has also begun to increase. More and more families (especially families with children) are forced to live in overcrowded housing. 'A place to call home?‘ is a new resource on housing; a set of six bible studies for small group discussion focusing on a range of issues around housing. It is produced by our four churches in collaboration with Housing Justice and Scottish Churches Housing Action.

Bearwood is a popular shopping and eating place rich with facilities and businesses: see our directory of services below.

churches and other places of worship

local council and services

dentists and pets

parks and open spaces

in emergency and helplines

schools and libraries

employment and volunteering

shops and restaurants

health and fitness

sports and entertainment

housing and accommodation

transport and motoring

local news and politics

Sandwell Chronicle local newspaper

BBC local news from the Black Country

Bearwood weather

Bearwood from space...

Smethwick City Visitor

Bearwood Check My Street

current census information about people living in Smethwick and Oldbury

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