More than a football club…

by on Dec.19, 2019, under Community Work

Today a whole car full of food was delivered to Essington and Cheslyn Hay foodbanks. In addition 3 cheques for £911 each are being handed over to Cheslyn Hay, Essington and Great Wyrley Royal British Legion branches for The Poppy Appeal from our stick-on poppy initiative. AND we are delivering nearly 60 Christmas presents to […]

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The Club helping those less fortunate.

by on Dec.12, 2019, under Community Work

The Club sees itself as a caring organisation and is again carrying out the following initiatives: – We are collecting Christmas presents to be donated to Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Can you take advantage of 3 presents for the price of 2 initiatives that are out there and donate 1 please? Presents to be wrapped and […]

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Food Bank and Hospital presents wanted please.

by on Nov.12, 2019, under Community Work

We are coming up to that time of year when we look at supporting others less fortunate than ourselves. As in previous years, the Club is organising the following: – 1. Collecting Christmas presents for children in Birmingham Children’s Hospital. We are looking for our generous followers to donate wrapped Christmas presents with a tag […]

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Club raise £2700 for The Poppy Appeal!

by on Nov.12, 2019, under Community Work

The club is so proud of the support from its young people and those of other local clubs, in raising an amazing £2700 for The Poppy Appeal through selling stick on poppies. This sum will be shared between the 3 local Royal British Legions of Cheslyn Hay, Essington and Great Wyrley. In addition to nearly […]

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