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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30th 100 Club member – CJE Developments and Property Services

by on Oct.27, 2020, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 30th member of the Club’s 100 Club is CJE Developments & Property Services. CJE is a local business that specialises in building maintenance, facilities management and commercial cleaning and grounds maintenance. Based in Cannock, full details of what they can do for you are in the flyer below. Members of the 100 Club get […]

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Unwanted household items wanted please!

by on Oct.15, 2020, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Help please! We are getting very close to the start of our Harrisons Ground development and every penny now counts. Have you got any unwanted clean clothes, shoes, belts, bags, bedding, curtains that you could kindly donate to us please? If local, we may be able to collect.

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Thank you Ladies!

by on Sep.06, 2020, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground, Wyrley Diamonds Soccer Mums Tuesdays 22/23

The club is delighted to have received a cheque for over £800 from Helen Cornwall and Jo Thomas towards the Harrison’s Ground Development Fund! Helen and Jo play for our Diamonds Soccer Mums team and each ran 100km in July to raise the funds. We are really grateful for their efforts – super job ladies!!

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