Strimmers wanted please

by on Aug.14, 2019, under Harrisons Ground, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

We are looking to some work at Long Lane and at Harrisons to improve the look of each site. At Long Lane – we want to strim the bund (raised bank at far end of the site) to create a walk way, place some benches and do some planting. At Harrisons – we wish to […]

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Painting of Long Lane sunset.

by on Apr.03, 2019, under Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

Chairman Keith has donated a painting of a sunset at Long Lane, completed by daughter Sophie, to the Club. This will be hung on the walls at the clubhouse. If you’d like to see more of her work – have a look at A photo of the painting is below.

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Community access to Defib!!

by on Apr.02, 2019, under Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

The club’s defibrillator was signed off by West Midlands Ambulance Service today and had been installed on site as shown below. Hopefully it will never have to be used but is now accessible by local residents, dog walkers and club members. Training will be offered to residents of Newtown over the next few weeks – […]

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Club supports Essington Spring-clean

by on Mar.15, 2019, under Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

The club is supporting Essington Spring Clean, which is part of the Great British Spring Clean. This takes place on March 30th and the club is to help clean up Long Lane, Walsall Road as well as the Long Lane site. We would like some volunteers from teams who play there as well as others […]

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