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Autistic sessions now available!

by on May.17, 2021, under Autistic Coaching 20/21, Community Work

We are really, really delighted to launch our football sessions for footballers who just happen to have autism! The sessions for boys and girls aged 8 to 12 and 13 to 16 will take place at our home ground in Long Lane WS6 6AT from Monday 24th May 6 til 7. Free the first week […]

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Safeguarding issues Contact Numbers.

by on May.09, 2021, under Safeguarding Children

The Club takes its Safeguarding and Child Protection responsibilities seriously. If you have any Safeguarding concerns, there are many places where you can report them. The club has Safeguarding signposting cards as the images below show. Every player’s parents/guardians should have one. If you haven’t – please contact the team manager or club committee member.

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Welcome U8s Wolves Girls

by on Apr.19, 2021, under Girls U8s Wolves 20/21

We are delighted to welcome a brand new U8s Girls team (U9s next season) to our ranks – Wyrley Wolves! They are looking for committed Y3 players to join their ranks – no experience required, just the ability to have fun! For more information, contact Rob on 07577424828.

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34th member of 100 Club – In memory of Ron Bickley

by on Mar.30, 2021, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 34th member of the Club’s 100 Club is in Memory of Ron Bickley. Ron’s niece Carol Crowley got in touch to say she would love Ron’s memory to be preserved by being one of the club’s 100 club members. Ron, who sadly died in 1987, was chairman and president of Blakenhall FC and was […]

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