The Club is delighted to learn that it has been awarded the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Services – announced on the 60th anniversary of the 1953 Coronation!

This is the highest award that any voluntary organisation can receive and is the equivalent of an MBE!

It is magnificent recognition for the hours and hours of unpaid work that hundreds of volunteers – parents,coaches, friends, managers and committee members – have put in during its 31 years of service to young people, enabling them to play football.

We are extremely honoured and privileged to receive the award.

Well done everyone connected to the club. Proud to be Wyrley!

Please share this news with everyone you know.

2 comments for this article:
  1. avatar
    trevor smith

    Keith a very big THANKYOU for your dedication to this great Club of ours. PROUD TO BE WYRLEY JUNIORS F.C.

  2. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Trev – this is the best recognition for everyone involved in the club and in the last 31 years. Well done to you too mate!

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