Deaf football session.

by on Nov.16, 2017, under Community Work, Deaf Team17/18

The club is excited to announce that it has organised it’s first coaching session for hearing impaired children at the clubhouse on Friday December 1st, 10.00 til 2.00. This is in partnership with Staffordshire Support Service teachers. We will have football coaching for those who want to play football and crafting in the clubhouse for […]

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Poppy Appeal Support.

by on Nov.06, 2017, under Community Work

The club has so far sold nearly 800 stick on poppies that will raise £800 towards the RBL poppy appeal. Our players will wear them during games over the Remembrance weekend. We have a small supply left if anyone would like to support the initiative. We Will Remember Them. Proud to be Wyrley.

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Remembrance Sunday arrangements

by on Oct.29, 2017, under Community Work

The Club is again organising stick on poppies for our players to wear during games over Remembrance Sunday weekend. This is the fourth year we have carried out this very worthwhile initiative, raising over £2500 in the previous years. Funds raised are divided equally and go to Great Wyrley, Essington and Cheslyn Hay RBLs Poppy […]

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Club collecting Spectacles for Vision Aid Overseas

by on Mar.22, 2017, under Community Work, Ladies First Team

The Club is collecting unwanted spectacles that will be forwarded to Vision Aid Overseas ( a charity that sends them to the underprivileged in Africa) via our good friends Kelchers Optometrists. This fits in nicely with our link to Kits for Africa, where we send used kits and boots to Ghana and Kenya and our […]

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