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37th 100 Club member – Great Wyrley Dental Practice!

by on May.29, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 37th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Great Wyrley Dental Practice. They are a purposed built, single storey dental practice which has served the community for over 50 years. They have a friendly, approachable and experienced team who work together to provide a caring environment for our patients. Ample parking car parking is […]

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36th 100 Club member – Alpha Carehomes!

by on May.29, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 36th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Alpha Health Care in Newtown Bloxwich, which provides excellent care through its 3 centres within its Lakes complex. At Coniston Centre, they offer a specialist service for people, primarily over the age of 55, who have complex dementia. Residents with complex dementia often present with multiple […]

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35th 100 Club member – Dave and Mo Ashley!

by on May.29, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 35th member of the Club’s 100 Club is groundsman Dave Ashley and his wife Maureen. They have kindly donated funds to the club as they recognise the efforts that the club is putting in to raise funds for Harrison’s – indeed Dave is cutting the grass there every other week! Thank you so much […]

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Wyrley launch Autistic coaching.

by on May.24, 2021, under Community Work, Wyrley Allstars (Autistic team) U16s 22/23

Another very proud moment for the club tonight! We had our first of weekly sessions for footballers who just happen to be autistic tonight at our home ground. It was wonderful to enable 15 young people to play the game they love in a safe environment with coaches who are passionate about coaching autistic children. […]

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