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Thursday 3:30 | Wallsend Boys Club Appeals for Help with Essential Rebuild of Damaged Premises


Earlier this month 60mph winds caused serious damage to Wallsend Boys’ Club in Newcastle. A brick wall at the Station Road site has been caved in, resulting in the need to be rebuild the premises.

The Club is appealing to members of the public to buy their upcoming history book, which will help to fund construction of a brand new Club.

You can read the full story on The Chronicle Live, and find out about the book in The Journal Live. An article by Steve Dale, Chairman of Wallsend Boys’ Club, will appear in the next issue of the NUFC supporters publication The Mag.

Potts Print (UK) will be printing the book this Easter, and details will be posted here when it is available to buy. It is still in the development stages and you can get involved with the content that goes in.

Please contact Alan Jarvis, a trustee of Wallsend Boys’ Club, to pre-order your copy or contribute to the book. Anyone who pre-orders will be able to place a dedication in the final section of the book – a unique opportunity to be a part of an historic Tyneside project.

Alan Jarvis
07739 833 707 

You can forward this post to anyone you think would like to help, or spread the word via Twitter and Facebook below. Thanks!

Best wishes,

Laurie Cansfield
Corporate Communications Manager
Potts Print (UK)

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