The club is so grateful to the nearly 2000 people who voted for it in the Aviva Community Fund Vote. There are too many to mention but you will know who you are.
You are the ones who delivered leaflets; the ones who knocked on doors; the ones who send personal messages to all their friends on here; the ones who posted in other Facebook Groups; the ones who asked mums at the school gate; the ones who emailed all their contacts; the ones who pestered work colleagues and family; the ones who got votes while sitting in the pub; the ones who texted all their phone contacts; other grassroots clubs and football officials and the ones who just voted because they support what the club is trying to do! Yes – all of you wonderful people deserve a big thank you.
Whilst we do not know the formal result of the vote, we think we held off a challenge this morning to just pip another group.
We will now be judged alongside other vote winning groups by a panel, which will look at each project – looking at sustainability, quality of the bid and the need for it etc..
We will find out in January if we are one of the lucky groups to win £25000.

The last ten days has seen the membership of the club at its very best – doing all that it can – and it really is a time when we can say we are all PROUD TO BE WYRLEY!!


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