34th member of 100 Club – In memory of Ron Bickley

by on Mar.30, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 34th member of the Club’s 100 Club is in Memory of Ron Bickley. Ron’s niece Carol Crowley got in touch to say she would love Ron’s memory to be preserved by being one of the club’s 100 club members. Ron, who sadly died in 1987, was chairman and president of Blakenhall FC and was […]

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33rd 100 Club Member – Village Barbers!

by on Mar.26, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 33rd member of the Club’s 100 Club is Villages – another local business that deserves our support. Village Barbers are based at 75 High Street, Cheslyn Hay, WS6 7AD. Call 01922 419092 or 07385 568487 for appointments. They have 36 years experience in all aspects of men’s hairdressing, have very competitive prices and are […]

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32nd 100 Club Member – Nationwide Window Services

by on Mar.22, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 32nd member of the Club’s 100 Club is Nationwide Window Services – another local business that deserves our support. Nationwide Window Services are based locally but provide nationwide coverage for all your UPVC & Aluminium installations. They replace and fit windows, doors, conservatories and composite doors. They can ne contacted via the details below. […]

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Thanks 100 club members!

by on Dec.09, 2020, under Harrisons Ground

The Club has a 100 Club, open to kind businesses and individuals to help us raise funds for our next ground development. For £100, the 100 members get: – – a pinned advert on the club Facebook page for 4 days – an advert on the club website page – name listed on a permanent […]

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