The Club again showed its caring community side over the last few days.
Bags of food, donated by club members, were donated to Cheslyn Hay and Essington foodbanks on Thursday.

This morning, over 50 presents were delivered by Matt Love and Melanie Guest, coaches of our Under 15s Panthers team, to the renal ward at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

This was very appropriate this year, as Matt is donating a kidney to his son Alfie in 3 weeks time – with Alfie continuing to receive excellent treatment from the hospital. Our best wishes go to both of them for a successful operation.

Well done everyone who donated food and gifts.

Christmas – a time for giving!

Proud to be Wyrley.

Pictured below, Matt and Mel with some of the presents at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

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