Following the recent club appeal for Christmas presents for the renal unit at Birmingham Children’s Hospital, Matt Love (manager of our Under 12s Panthers) and his son Alfie delivered them to the hospital yesterday.
Alfie has received wonderful ongoing treatment from the hospital and it was the family wish for the children in the hospital over Christmas to receive presents and for the ward to have new toys for patients to take their minds off their health difficulties.
The club responded magnificently to the request and Alfies’ family delivered almost 200 presents to the hospital yesterday.
Matt said ‘It was a great day and they are so happy with the presents’. He added ‘Alfie would like to thank everyone for a wonderful handout and for warm hearts of everyone at Wyrley for their generosity of Christmas presents. You have made a lot of children’s Christmas a whole lot better and there will be smiles all round for poorly children. Thank you all soooooooo much!’

Pictured below, Alfie in his Wyrley shirt handing over some of the presents in front of the Christmas tree bedecked in a Wyrley scarf and later showing what a busy day he had moving all those presents!

So Proud to be Wyrley!!

WJFC - Alfie

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