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Club supports Football v Homophobia

by on Feb.14, 2021, under News

The Club has again signed up to Football v Homophobia and has received 20 size 5 rainbow balls, as pictured below. These will be used by 20 of our teams in one of their first matches back, when they will make a pledge, which could be to challenge any instances they see of homophobic behaviour […]

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Your used books wanted please.

by on Feb.10, 2021, under Club Fundraising

Our great friends at Co-Op Great Wyrley are collecting second hand books, which they then sell for a nominal £1 charge to benefit local community groups. We are really grateful that we are one of their chosen groups. Do any of our fantastic followers have any books that they could drop off in store please?

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Weetabix sponsor our Wildcats Centres

by on Feb.05, 2021, under Girls FA Disabled Weetabix Wildcats Centre 22/23, Girls FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Wednesdays 22/23, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23

Our 3 FA Wildcats Centres are now sponsored by Weetabix, following a partnership with The FA and Weetabix. The partnership will focus on Weetabix Original’s nutritional credentials, being low in sugar, salt, and fat, as well as high in fibre, helping to support the health of the nation with a strong start to the day. […]

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Mitie sponsor our Lion Cubs!

by on Feb.05, 2021, under Wyrley Lion Cubs Sponsored by Mitie 22/23

We are delighted that out Lion Cubs Centre is now kindly sponsored by Mitie Property Services (UK) Limited. Mitie is the UK’s leading facilities management and professional services company. They manage and maintain some of the nation’s most recognised landmarks and work with a wide range of blue-chip private and public sector clients. We will […]

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