Food Bank and Hospital presents wanted please.

by on Nov.12, 2019, under Community Work

We are coming up to that time of year when we look at supporting others less fortunate than ourselves. As in previous years, the Club is organising the following: – 1. Collecting Christmas presents for children in Birmingham Children’s Hospital. We are looking for our generous followers to donate wrapped Christmas presents with a tag […]

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Club raise £2700 for The Poppy Appeal!

by on Nov.12, 2019, under Community Work

The club is so proud of the support from its young people and those of other local clubs, in raising an amazing £2700 for The Poppy Appeal through selling stick on poppies. This sum will be shared between the 3 local Royal British Legions of Cheslyn Hay, Essington and Great Wyrley. In addition to nearly […]

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Club provides CPR training to 70 players

by on Oct.17, 2019, under Community Work

The Club supported World Restart A Heart Day yesterday by providing CPR training for 70 of our young people at the clubhouse. Training was given by West Midlands Ambulance Service, with the evening kindly organised by committee member Lee Painter. If there is demand, we will organise a longer course including defibrillator training in the […]

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Wyrley Stick on Poppy Appeal 2019

by on Sep.27, 2019, under Community Work

The Club is once again providing stick-on poppies for our players – and players at other cubs – to wear during games on Remembrance Sunday to support The Poppy Appeal. We have raised nearly £5,000 in the last few years with the proceeds being split 3 ways for Cheslyn Hay, Great Wyrley and Essington RBL […]

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