Mens 1st Team Sponsored Walk

by on Jul.12, 2010, under Community Work, Men First Team 22/23, Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

  Wyrley Juniors FC Mens First Team completed a 10 mile Sponsored Walk on Saturday from Walsall FC, The Banks’ Stadium to the Ascot Tavern Cannock raising in excess of £1,000 in the process. Manager Phil McGuinness (who wore the Walsall ‘Swifty’ Mascot costume throughout the walk), Assistant Manager Paul Baker and Secretary Trevor Foster […]

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Men First team in 10 mile fundraiser!

by on Jun.30, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

The Men’s First team are already preparing for life in Division 1 of the West Midlands Regional League and have organised a fundraising 10 mile sponsored walk from Walsall FC, Banks’s Stadium to the Ascot Tavern, Cannock on Saturday 10th July. Manager, Phil McGuinness, will be donning the Walsall FC mascot uniform – Swifty – […]

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Meningitis UK donation fund target reached

by on Mar.19, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

Thanks to all who have kindly donated funds towards Meningitis UK in memory of Liam Keeling for my Reading Half Marathon Run this coming Sunday. The target of £500 has been achieved & hopefully with support of my employer Hanson it will be more than doubled. That does not mean you do not have to […]

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Variety Night – Meningitis UK

by on Feb.23, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

A tremendous £730 was raised at last Friday’s Variety Night in aid of Meningitis UK!  Well done to all those who bought tickets. 5 great acts organised by Cheslyn Hay WMC made the night an enjoyable one for everyone who attended. the last exorcism download dvdrip full yogi bear where to watch the full Big […]

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