22nd 100 Club Member! U13s Dragons!

by on Apr.01, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground, Under 13s Dragons 18/19

Our 22nd member is the Club’s U13s Dragons boys team managed by Chris Nicholls. We are very grateful to them for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground. Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They will also be detailed with the other […]

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Christmas Raffle

by on Nov.30, 2018, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Mel Guest, our U16s Panthers Managers and Soccer Mums Centre coach has kindly donated a Christmas cake, handcrafted by her fair hands. Many thanks Mel!! We are to raffle this off at the December Club meeting together with a couple of bottles of wine. We are taking on line raffle ticket purchases at only £1 […]

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20th & 21st 100 Club Members

by on Aug.20, 2018, under Club Fundraising, Girls' Academy, Harrisons Ground

We are really pleased that our 20th 100 Club member is The Club’s Goalkeeping Centre and the 21st is the Club’s FA SSE Wildcats Centres. Our Goalkeeper Centre has been established since 2010, and has 3 L2 and L1 coaches, delivering technical and fun sessions every Wednesday 6 til 7 at Cheslyn Hay Astro Turf. We […]

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Unwanted clean clothes, bags, shoes, boots wanted please.

by on Mar.21, 2018, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Your help please, please, please.   Can you donate your unwanted clean clothes, bags, shoes or football boots to us please?   We are exploring all ways of raising funds for our next development – Harrisons Ground as we are get closer to putting the first spade in the ground.   Leave a comment/message here […]

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