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9th 100 Club Member – Barts Motors Limited

by on Jun.20, 2017, under Harrisons Ground, Sponsors

The 9th member of our 100 Club is Barts Motors Limited, Walkmill Lane, Bridgtown. WS11 0LL They are a local business, who have been kind enough to support our fundraising efforts for Harrisons Ground. Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They […]

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Club passes Healthcheck and maintains Community Club status.

by on Jun.20, 2017, under News

The Club is delighted that it’s FA Community Club Charter Standard has been renewed for another 12 months. This is the highest level of FA Charter standard that a club can achieve. The Club has also passed the FA Healthcheck, which gives parents and guardians comfort that all our managers and coaches have up to […]

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Club’s reach gets to 16,500!!

by on Jun.17, 2017, under Facebook & Twitter, Website News

The club website received it’s 5.5 millionth hit yesterday!! We now have: – Website members 11,000 Twitter followers 1,800 Facebook page Likes 3,700 In total 16,500 followers!! Massive thank you to all our supporters!

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Free Wellbeing Training!!

by on Jun.16, 2017, under Wyrley Wellbeing Team 17/18

A personal plea for help please. The club has set up Wellbeing training sessions for any adult who is suffering from anxiety, stress, depression etc. The session are free, carried out by a volunteer health professional every Monday 7 til 8 at our Long Lane ground. The sessions are fun based and for anyone, male […]

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