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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Thanks Lee Arnold & SM Roofing

by on Dec.13, 2017, under Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

Big thanks to Lee Arnold and SM Roofing for their help in repairing the roof the the club garage at Long Lane today. We had an attempted break in, which was thwarted by monitored cctv and alarms, that unfortunately led to some roof damage. Thanks again guys!

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Function Room Hire

by on Jan.15, 2017, under Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT

Another lovely testimonial – this time from a hirer of the clubhouse function room who hired the room last night. “I just wanted to pop you a quick email over about the party last night at Wyrley Juniors. We had a fantastic night and everyone commented on how lovely the room is. The staff are […]

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3 new framed shirts at clubhouse.

by on Jan.07, 2017, under Bunclody AFC, Girls' FA Weetabix Wildcats Centre Tuesdays 22/23, Long Lane Ground WS6 6AT, Young Lions Wednesdays 22/23

Three new framed shirts positioned on the clubhouse wall today. An AFC Bunclody shirt, to remember our friends in Ireland. A West Bromwich Albion training shirt signed by the squad last season and sponsored by our Boys Development Centre and Girls Academy sponsors FCL Global Limited. A Birmingham City Ladies FC shirt, signed by the […]

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