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Harrisons Plots for sale!

by on Sep.28, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

The Club is striving hard to provide facilities that our young people deserve. We are moving forward rapidly with our Harrisons Ground development plans and need your help please in raising the gap in the funding required. One of the ways is our ‘Buy a Plot’ scheme, which for £10 enables you to buy one […]

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Wyrley Stick on Poppy Appeal 2019

by on Sep.27, 2019, under Community Work

The Club is once again providing stick-on poppies for our players – and players at other cubs – to wear during games on Remembrance Sunday to support The Poppy Appeal. We have raised nearly £5,000 in the last few years with the proceeds being split 3 ways for Cheslyn Hay, Great Wyrley and Essington RBL […]

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What value does the club provide?

by on Sep.23, 2019, under News

What is the value of our Club? The Club provides a minimum of £757k of social and economic benefit to the local community!! The Club was invited by The FA to be one of 7 clubs taking part in a survey to ascertain the impact large community clubs have in their local community. The figures […]

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Club providing free CPR training for its players.

by on Sep.17, 2019, under Community Work

The Club is again supporting World Restart A Heart Day by proving CPR training for our young people.   Training will be given at the clubhouse on October 16th by West Midlands Ambulance Service.   The evening will be organised as follows:   1800-1845 – Under 7s/Under 8s 1845-1930 – Under 9s/Under 10s 1930-2015 – […]

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