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Malachi SFSS CIC


725 Yardley Wood Road
Birmingham
West Midlands
B13 0PT
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Help families see a better future, believe its attainable and choose to make it happen. The results are transformational and lasting. The Benefits are felt by families, schools, local communities and society as a whole. And at the heart of it, a child's voice is heard.



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