Charity Match update

by on Jan.12, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Walsall FC

Since releasing tickets for the Wyrley Juniors FC v Walsall FC Old Boys game last Thursday we have already sold an amazing 890 tickets!! This is a super effort so far and we are on course to get a tremendous crowd in excess of 1,000 at the game. We have had excellent support from a […]

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Meningitis UK Donations

by on Jan.09, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

Hello everyone, I have entered the Reading Half Marathon Run which is to take place on Sunday 21st March 2010 at the Madejski Stadium. The charity I’ve chosen to raise donations for is Meningitis UK which is close to all our hearts. Pls log onto http://www.justgiving.com/Matthew-Chidlow to kindly donate. Kind Regards & Thanks Matt tron: legacy […]

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Wyrley Juniors FC v Walsall FC Old Boys

by on Jan.01, 2010, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Walsall FC

Tickets for the above event, which will be in memory of Liam Keeling and to raise funds for Meningitis UK, are now available. The match takes place on Sunday 31st January 2010, kick off 2.00 at Gt. Wyrley FC, Hazel Lane, Gt. Wyrley. Entrance is by ticket only as we are attempting to get 1,000 […]

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Meningitis UK Fundraising Events

by on Nov.22, 2009, under Meningitis UK Fundraising Events, Walsall FC

Everyone within the Club was devastated to learn of the sad death of Liam Keeling. The Club is now working with Andy and Georgina Keeling to raise money for Meningitis UK. The Club has organised the following fundraising events, which the Club knows will be supported strongly by all club members: – 31 January 2010 […]

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