Wyrley Juniors FC is delighted to announce that it has secured Club Main Sponsors. Two well known businesses have accepted the Club’s offer to be their main sponsors after receiving tremendous support over the years and in particular recently at its Long Lane Clubhouse.

Hollybush Garden Centre and Aquaria is situated in Shareshill, just off J11 M6. As one of the largest family owned garden centres in the UK we offer an extensive variety of indoor and outdoor plant stock, tools, garden accessories and landscaping materials, furniture and giftware as well as pets and aquatics. In 2011 the garden centre was redeveloped to incorporate a shopping village, a licensed coffee shop and restaurant, fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables.

For further information, please visit their website www.hollybush-garden.com

Jack Moody – Jack Moody Ltd and its subsidiary firms offer a range of products and services for the domestic market, including hard and soft landscaping planning and design, project management and ongoing maintenance.

We have 50 years’ experience in landscaping and can help with anything from a new driveway, fence or garden feature, to land reclamation and building services. Our expert service and product knowledge is recognised by many leading landscapers and developers. The company is based in Shareshill, and employs over 250 local people.

For more information on their range of services, please visit www.jackmoodyltd.co.uk

Keith Hardy, Chairman of Wyrley Juniors FC which has 43 teams and is the largest Club in Staffordshire, said ‘We are delighted to be associated with two excellent local businesses that are heavily involved in the local community. They have been extremely supportive recently – providing materials and labour to install pitch barriers and hard-standing at our Long Lane base.’ He added ‘both organisations provide facilities for the local public and try to be the best at what they do.’

Wyrley Juniors FC moved into their £1.3m base in Long Lane, Essington in October 2011 and have been striving hard to improve facilities further since that time.

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