After scaling Snowdon last April to conquer the highest mountain in Wales, 10 Wyrley folk scaled the difficult challenge of the highest mountain in England – Scafell Pike – yesterday.
A tough task with aching limbs as a consequence – but with the result of £2k towards the pitches at Long Lane!

Well done to the Willis family from U10s Pumas Girls, Neil Sinclaire and 3 parents from U8s Panthers and Malcolm Quimby.

Super stuff guys!!

Pictured below the intrepid 10!

Ben Nevis next year anyone?

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