- Molineux Memories
Molineux Memories is a group that is delivered in partnership with the Black Country NHS team from Blakenhall Resource Centre (BRC) for individuals with dementia. The group meet weekly at Molineux Stadium and each programme runs for 10 weeks. Sessions cover topics such as the Molineux memories box filled with Wolves memorabilia, open discussions, themed discussions, football victories and football achievements. In addition to this, the group also have stadium and museum tours around Molineux with lots of tea, coffee and cake too!
- Dave Edwards - WCT Player of the Year for the second year running
Every season Wolves Community Trust, in partnership with the Professional Footballers Association, selects a Player of the Year, to recognise the support and commitment this player has made throughout the year to the work delivered by the club's official charity.
- EFL Community Day of Action
Wolves Community Trust are one of 72 EFL Clubs today highlighting and showcasing our work for the EFL's Community Day of Action.
- City of Wolverhampton Council- Shine a spotlight on the great work of volunteers
Do you know a volunteer group which deserves recognition and reward for their hard work? Do you want to help showcase the brilliant work that volunteer groups do in the city?
- Easter Soccer School
After a popular February half-term Soccer School programme in which we saw over 450 participants across five local venues, please read for more information below about our Easter Half Term Soccer School dates and opportunities below.
- Join Wolfie and David Edwards on their adventure for World Book Day!
World Book Day is a celebration! It's a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it's a celebration of reading.
- Open Evening - 7th March
Wolves Community Trust is hosting an Open Evening Tuesday 7th March 2017, 6:30pm - 8:00pm for all those interested in a career in Sport at the Molineux Stadium.
- Premier League Kicks partnership with Nova Training
Since September 2016, the Wolves Premier League Kicks Project has worked in partnership with the Bilston Nova Training Centre to deliver a free Football satellite session to young people attending the centre.
- Regional Talent Club experience
On Wednesday 8th March we are offering the opportunity for any females aged 12-16 in the area to attend a one off experience to train like our Regional Talent Club players. Players attending will be coached by Wolves RTC staff at a top of the range facility.
- NCS & The Challenge
Wolves Community Trust are working in partnership with National Citizen Service (NCS) & The Challenge in providing opportunities for young people who are looking to gain valuable experience in leadership and mentorship roles during the summer.
Wolves Community Trust coaches have been invited to join the summer programmes as a way of gaining additional experience along with their current roles within the community and wider area. This opportunity allows the coaches to work within a new setting and increase their knowledge level of working with young people whilst learning new skills and facing challenges.
- Gifted and Talented Evening
On Thursday 19th January 30 enthusiastic year 3 and 4 footballers gathered at the Wolves Community Trust Arena as part of our Gifted and Talented evening. The event celebrates the children's achievements in our Premier League Primary Stars programme and gives them a chance to showcase their footballing abilities.
- Wolfie Sets Sail on Local Project
Wolfie was delighted to join in the celebrations at Wildside Activity Centre, to publicise their recent multiyear funding award from Wolves Aid.