#NSHD2019 - Once a Wire Always a Wire
As part of National Sporting Heritage Day 2019 Warrington Wolves Charitable Foundation organised two events that celebrated the clubs rich history and involvement in the Town. Local Businesses, Past Players, Care providers and residential Homes were invited to a Breakfast Event and if that was too early then an Afternoon tea event provided further opportunity to share memories over a Primrose & Brew.
An added bonus was having the Challenge Cup on display, as well as an unexpected visit from Channel 4 Last Leg presenter Adam Hills, who plays for the Wolves Physical Disability Team; who became the first official Grand Final Champions and can now claim their status as true World Champions. History in the making.
Over 80 people participated throughout the day and a big thank you to our volunteers for providing Tea and cakes throughout the day.