Burntwood’s Grangemoor Working Men’s Club wins award for charity fundraising efforts

Grangemoor Working Men's Club treasurer Darren Ennis with secretary Mandi Edwards and trustee David Crowe at the awards ceremony

Grangemoor Working Men’s Club treasurer Darren Ennis with secretary Mandi Edwards and trustee David Crowe at the awards ceremony

A club in Burntwood has won award for its fundraising work.

Grangemoor Working Men’s Club has raised money for causes including St Giles Hospice, the Midlands Air Ambulance and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

And they beat off more than 1,500 entrants to be named charity club of the year at the Club Mirror Awards in Manchester.

Mandi Edwards, secretary of Grangemoor Working Men’s Club, said: “We are every proud of the award.

“More than 1,500 entered so just to become a finalist was an achievement in itself.”

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1 Comment

  1. Darren Ennis

    28th November, 2015 at 12:03 pm

    It was a absolute pleasure to be part of the team to accept this Award for the Grangemoor WMC.

    The Club is amazing, the member put in so much whenever there is an Event run from the club, there generosity amazes me. And even none member, people from throughout the whole Burntwood Community are brilliant. This shows not only a great community hub but an great community in general.

    So unbelievably chuffed :-)