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Flexus Fundraising Funday

Due to circumstance beyond their control this event has been cancelled. Let’s get Flexus to UDance 2016 Dance Festival Flexus Dance Company is a Wolverhampton based youth dance company that was started right here in Wednesfield as part of Coppice Performing Arts School Gifted and Talented Project in 2004 and have been touring the country ever since. They […]

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Wentworth Road Frozen Fundraiser is back!

Last year when a Frozen inspired fundraiser popped up just down the road in Bushbury, raising money for Great Ormond Street Hospital, no one have could have anticipated it’s popularity. And so this year it’s back and this time taking donations for the West Midlands Ambulance Service. The lights have already been on for a couple […]

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ARC Fundraising Fete

Ashmore Rescue for Cats are hosting a Fundraising Fete Saturday 1st August, at St Albans Church.

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Sponsored Walk at Northycote Farm 16th May

Wolverhampton Christian Aid Committee is organising a sponsored walk at Northycote Farm on Saturday 16th May. They’ve  held sponsored walks at Northycote for the past three years.  The challenge is to see how many 3 km circuits can be walked between 10am and 12.30pm  Sponsorship forms are available from Roger Poole on 01902 730507 or  rapoole@virginmedia.com.

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Fundraising with Freya – Help Wednesfield toddler on her cancer journey

Ashmore Park resident and parent to 3 year old Freya cancer sufferer, Craig Powers has been in touch and is asking locals sponsor a charity walk up Snowden, to help raise funds for Birmingham Children’s Hospital’s Cancer Centre appeal.

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CakeFest at St Thomas Centre – Help raise funds to fix the church clock

With the opening of the St Thomas’ Cemtre complete, St Thomas’ Church, Wednesfield are turning their attention to the restoration of the clock. Come to CakeFest and help raise funds

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Teenagers rally to support friend

A group of local young men have been hard at work raising money for Birmingham Children’s hospital while at the same time supporting their 15 year old friend.