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Friel Homes – 15th 100 Club member!

by on Nov.19, 2017, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are delighted that our 15th 100 Club member is Friel Homes! Friel Homes are a family run, Great Wyrley based housing developer who have been building high quality homes since 1990. Developments to date include both small and large family homes, retirement developments, luxury apartments and barn conversions; all thoughtfully designed and finished to […]

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Deaf football session.

by on Nov.16, 2017, under Community Work, Deaf Team17/18

The club is excited to announce that it has organised it’s first coaching session for hearing impaired children at the clubhouse on Friday December 1st, 10.00 til 2.00. This is in partnership with Staffordshire Support Service teachers. We will have football coaching for those who want to play football and crafting in the clubhouse for […]

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Club supports FA Safeguarding stance

by on Nov.15, 2017, under Safeguarding Children

The Club fully supports the FA’s commitment to making football safe for young players. The FA has published an update that can be found via the link below – please take time to read it. The Club’s 3 Welfare Officers are: – Mini Soccer section – Sare Michael 07505074434 11 v 11 boys section – […]

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Treeway Fencing – our 14th 100 Club member.

by on Nov.15, 2017, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are delighted that our 14th 100 Club member is Treeway Fencing! Treeway Fencing is a well established family business, specialising in manufacturing and supplying wooden fencing panels, gates, trellising, posts, palisade panels and various garden accessories since 1977. Based in Hazelslade, the company supply’s throughout the UK to trade, DIY and self build customers […]

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