The Club has laid wreathes at Cheslyn Hay and Great Wyrley Remembrance Services for many years.
Last year our Under 12 Lions team remembered the fallen by having stick-on poppies produced that they wore with pride during their minutes silence and during their following game.
Lee France, manager of our Under 7s Tigers works for Bri-Stor Systems Limited and they have kindly agreed to produce 700 of them free for the club.
We are thinking of selling them to each team at £1 per player to be worn during Remembrance weekend and to be donated to Royal British Legion.

A different way to remember the fallen of yesterday through the youth of today.

Would this be supported?


WJFC - poppy

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