Mental Wellbeing Team launched!!

by on Apr.27, 2017, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

The Club is extremely delighted to launch it’s Mental Wellbeing Team, managed by Adam Collins, an NHS professional. This is for anyone suffering from anxiety, depression, stress etc to enjoy paying football in a relaxed atmosphere with other similar people. Full details on flyer below. Very Proud to be Wyrley!

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Wyrley Blind Team news

by on Apr.20, 2017, under Blind Team 17/18, Deaf Team17/18, Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

We are delighted to announce that our latest ‘Football For All’ team – our Blind Team – is getting very close to being launched. Players have been found via our strong link with The Beacon Centre for the Blind in Wolverhampton; we have a potential coach/manager lined up; a venue for training and a name […]

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Wyrley Wellbeing Team

by on Apr.17, 2017, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

The Club is delighted that it is setting up a Mental Wellbeing team for next season. The club is providing weekly coaching sessions for men and women aged 16 and above, who suffer from mental welfare issues. The aim being to get people out of the house, meet similar suffers and get some physical activity,¬†whilst […]

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