Help for those in need wanted please.

by on Nov.16, 2018, under Community Work

We really want support from our members and followers to show the club’s caring side to those in greater need – particularly as we move towards Christmas. We have 4 initiatives underway: – 1. We are again collecting non-perishable food items for Cheslyn Hay/Great Wyrley and Essington foodbanks. 2. We are again collecting Christmas presents […]

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Fantastic Poppy Appeal response – thank you!!

by on Nov.02, 2018, under Community Work

We have been overwhelmed with the response this year to our stick on poppy initiative. This is the 5th year we have been doing this, raising over £3200 in total previously. To commemorate 100 years of the ending of WW1 we commissioned specially designed poppies this year, with the fantastic help of Bri-Stor Systems Limited. […]

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Birmingham Children’s Appeals

by on Oct.19, 2018, under Community Work

Birmingham Children’s Hospital Leukaemia Ward fundraising. You will know that the hospital does amazing work in treating young people. One of our ex-players – Lucas Tibbs – is currently undergoing treatment on the Leukaemia Ward. The club is again selling Christmas cards, as pictured below, at £3 for a pack of 10. We are to […]

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Club Hosts Disability Talent Spotting

by on Oct.11, 2018, under Community Work

The Club is delighted that it will host FA Disability Talent Hub trials via Stoke City FC at the clubhouse on Sunday October 21st. Please see the flyer below for more information.

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