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He said: "This was a great opportunity for us to showcase the small good things that we offer at Wildside Activity Centre, and particularly the way in which we can help children and families improve their health and wellbeing by enjoying the great outdoors in the heart of Wolverhampton."Also taking part were organisations including WV Active, Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council, the University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton's Healthy Lifestyles Team, NCT Wolverhampton, Wolves Community Trust, Alzheimer's Society, the Carers Forum, West Midlands Police, West Midlands Fire Service, Old Tree Nursery, SUIT and African Caribbean Community Initiative.
Other participants included Aspiring Futures, Compton Hospice's Compassionate Communities project, Gatis Community Space, Wolverhampton Telecare, the City of Wolverhampton Council's Welfare Rights Service, Wolverhampton Healthy Minds, Health Watch Wolverhampton, Community Pathways and Enable, the council's Disability Employment Team, all of whom showcased their services in a marketplace.
There was also a demonstration of self help resources such as Wolverhampton Information Network - a one stop shop packed with help, advice, ideas and information for individuals, families, communities and service providers - and speed dating-style sessions through which people got to know more about what's on offer in the city.Then, when you arrive you are handed a scorecard - similar to that at crazy golf.You note down names, a few brief things you notice and whether you like a person in a romantic way, as friends, or unfortunately neither.You sign up to the site, paying a subscription fee.You create a profile and then pick and choose your speed dating events near you to suit your lifestyle - with a separate fee for these.