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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Long Lane passes with flying colours.

by on Sep.25, 2018, under Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

Good news! The Club has to undergo a Football Foundation interview each year, looking at the financial management, community usage, facility development and upkeep of Long Lane. We have again scored the highest rating possible of 4 out of 4!

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First Mural at Long Lane completed.

by on Aug.21, 2018, under Girls Under 13s Wildcats 18/19, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Under 10s Avengers 18/19

A massive thank you to Lloyd James, manager of our U13s Girls Wildcats and U10s Boys Avengers for taking the FA SSE Wildcats session tonight. Even more thanks for him spending 8 hours today completing the superb mural below on the changing room corridor wall. Big thanks to daughter Liberty for her help too!!

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Club Quiz night for outside defibrillator – October 12th

by on Aug.06, 2018, under Club Events, Community Work, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

The Club is holding a quiz night on Friday October 12th at the clubhouse. Full details to follow – profit from the night to go towards installing the clubhouse defibrillator to the garage wall to enable assess to it by players, hirers, walkers and local residents. Please put this date in your diary.

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