Club providing free CPR training for its players.

by on Sep.17, 2019, under Community Work, Upcoming Events

The Club is again supporting World Restart A Heart Day by proving CPR training for our young people.   Training will be given at the clubhouse on October 23rd by West Midlands Ambulance Service.   The evening will be organised as follows:   1800-1845 – Under 7s/Under 8s 1845-1930 – Under 9s/Under 10s 1930-2015 – […]

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Quiz for Children in Need November 15th!

by on Aug.16, 2019, under Club Events, Community Work, Upcoming Events

The club has organised a Quiz Night to raise funds for Children in Need at the clubhouse on November 15th. 7.30 for 8.00 start. Teams of between 2 to 6 people at £2.50 per person entrance. We are limiting the entrance to 20 teams. Please leave a comment or message to secure a team. Please […]

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Auction for Acorns!!

by on Jul.27, 2019, under Community Work

Good friends of the club Karen and John Tibbs have asked the club to auction a one week holiday in their luxury caravan with ALL funds received going to Save Acorns Walsall. The family have had more than their fair share of worry and know how valuable support like Acorns is. The one week holiday […]

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Community access to Defib!!

by on Apr.02, 2019, under Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

The club’s defibrillator was signed off by West Midlands Ambulance Service today and had been installed on site as shown below. Hopefully it will never have to be used but is now accessible by local residents, dog walkers and club members. Training will be offered to residents of Newtown over the next few weeks – […]

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