Pitch side advertising opportunities

by on Jun.18, 2020, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Men First Team 22/23, News

This year the club embarks on its latest stage in it’s development, with the opening of our new ground at Harrisons Ground, Hazel Lane, Great Wyrley. When complete, the ground will be home to a new 100 seated stand, hospitality room, floodlit main pitch and a further 3 surrounding pitches. Providing facilities for over 1000 […]

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Your unwanted clothes, shoes, belts and bags wanted please,

by on May.18, 2020, under Club Fundraising

A fantastic response so far to our used clothes appeal – nearly 60 bags stored at the clubhouse as the picture below shows. Many thanks to those who have donated already! If you have any clean used clothes, shoes, belts or bags you can kindly donate, please leave a comment below or message us.

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Your unwanted clothes wanted by us please.

by on Apr.29, 2020, under Club Fundraising

The club needs you help – please! We are still striving hard to raise funds for our Harrisons Development, which is becoming harder in these difficult times. With many of us doing those small jobs that have been left for years, have you cleared out your wardrobes and cupboards? If so, could you save your […]

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Club is signed up for Amazon Smile.

by on Apr.27, 2020, under Club Fundraising

The Club is signed up to Smile Amazon – an online shopping means of raising funds for the club without spending an extra penny.   If you are about to purchase through Amazon, click on   www.smile.amazon.co.uk   and select Wyrley Football Club.   Every purchase you make thereafter will raise 0.5% of the purchase […]

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