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Wyrley Christmas Cards!

by on Aug.31, 2016, under Club Fundraising, Club Merchandise, Harrisons Ground

With only 116 days to Christmas, we are taking orders for our very own Wyrley Christmas cards, pictured below. Only £3 for a pack of 10 and all profits to the Harrisons Development Fund. Please comment or message your orders.

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We Won!!

by on Aug.29, 2016, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

The Club is delighted to announce that through the efforts of all those who voted for the Club in the One Family Foundation vote, we have won £5,000 towards our Harrisons Development, This will be spent on : – £4,000 towards fencing to secure the site £1,000 painting of the containers to cover up the […]

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Second hand clothes wanted

by on Aug.29, 2016, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Big, big favour need please…. How many of you have drawers and wardrobes full of clothes you don’t wear anymore or are too small/large? We are collecting clothes for the Harrisons Development Fund – could you be kind enough to donate yours to the club please? You can pass bags to your club contact or […]

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3rd 100 Club member – Keith Hardy

by on Aug.28, 2016, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are pleased to announce the third member of our 100 club – a group of businesses and individuals who – for £100 – will have their business or personal details pinned to this page and on our website for 4 days. Their name will also appear on a Permanent Board when the Harrisons changing […]

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