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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Presents delivered!

by on Dec.21, 2016, under Community Work, Under 15s Panthers 17/18

The 100 presents kindly donated by Wyrley folk were delivered to Birmingham Children’s Hospital tonight. Matt Love, manager of our U14s Panthers teams and who’s son is receiving treatment at the hospital, is pictured below with some of the patients and staff by the renal ward Christmas tree, where the presents were laid. Thank you […]

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Club shows Christmas Spirit!

by on Dec.21, 2016, under Community Work

The Club has handed over 3 cheques for £320 each to Great Wyrley RBL, Essington RBL and Cheslyn Hay RBL. This is from the club’s stick on poppy initiative. We are also handing over 100 presents to Birmingham Childrens’ Hospital and many bags of food to local foodbanks later this week. Well done everyone who […]

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Foodbank & Birmingham Children’s Hospital Christmas presents Appeals

by on Nov.22, 2016, under Community Work

We are looking for the good people within the club to support our seasonal campaigns. We are again donating wrapped Christmas presents to boys and girls receiving treatment at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. They need to be tagged with girl or boy and age appropriate. These can be given through your club contact or message us […]

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