Presents for Birmingham Children’s Hospital

by on Dec.19, 2018, under Community Work

The Club has a long history of collecting Christmas presents for Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Sadly, we have had many players receive excellent treatment from the hospital, which does fantastic work. This morning we delivered nearly 100 presents to the Fundraising team at the hospital – all donated by many teams within the club and also […]

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Superb Foodbank donation!

by on Dec.18, 2018, under Community Work

The Club received a tremendous response to its foodbank appeal with most teams contributing to a huge donation of food to those in need. The food, pictured below, was delivered to Essington and Cheslyn Hay foodbanks today.   Well done!   Proud to be Wyrley!

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Wyrley in the Community at Christmas.

by on Dec.04, 2018, under Community Work

We have had a really fantastic response from our members and followers to show the club’s caring side to those in greater need – particularly as we move towards Christmas. Could you be kind enough to support us please: – We have 4 initiatives underway: – 1. We are again collecting non-perishable food items for […]

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Thanks Andy’s Ales!!

by on Dec.04, 2018, under Community Work

The clubs sends a huge thank you to Mens Reserve Team sponsors Andy’s Ales and Ian Hemmings for donating food for our foodbank appeal and Christmas presents to our Birmingham Children’s Hospital Appeal. These items – pictured below – were donated at the quiz night at Andy’s Ales last night, organised by Ian Hemmings who […]

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