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Your unwanted clothes, shoes, belts and bags wanted please,

by on May.18, 2020, under Club Fundraising

A fantastic response so far to our used clothes appeal – nearly 60 bags stored at the clubhouse as the picture below shows. Many thanks to those who have donated already! If you have any clean used clothes, shoes, belts or bags you can kindly donate, please leave a comment below or message us.

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Latest FA coronavirus advice on playing football.

by on May.15, 2020, under News

The latest FA guidance on football activities allowed and barred can be found through the link below. Nice to see one of the club coaches and players pictured too! http://www.thefa.com/news/2020/may/15/fa-guidance-on-permitted-grassroots-activity-during-covid-19-150520?fbclid=IwAR3HWZFwwZ7sBOHW9qOFj2WzTl21SXer9a8eDvFYPzclpHwJqLOgdXbysew

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29th 100 Club member – Youth Committee!!

by on May.14, 2020, under Harrisons Ground

Our 29th member of the Club’s 100 Club is our Youth Committee. The committee is made up of 10 young people involved with the club, who – in normal times – organise fund raising events, litter picking, parties for our younger players and coaching for disadvantaged children. Members of the 100 Club get an advert […]

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28th 100 Club member – Pool House Veterinary Group

by on May.13, 2020, under Harrisons Ground

Our 28th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Pool House Veterinary Group!! Pool House have 4 hospitals in Burntwood, Armitage, Lichfield and Sutton Coldfield and have been looking after animals in the area for over 150 years. As well as catering for the welfare of pets they also have an equine clinic, with 17 […]

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