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Wolves giving back with Xmas Community Challenge


WARRINGTON Wolves have been giving back to the local community with an ambitious 36-hour “Xmas Community Challenge” across the town this week.

The first-team squad, along with the performance team and club staff, have been out and about on bikes visiting and helping out with numerous community and charity projects across Warrington.

Furthermore, hundreds of community club youngsters and members of Warrington Wolves Foundation projects Offload and Learning Disability Rugby League enjoyed a two-hour session with the players at The Halliwell Jones Stadium last night, Wednesday.

The players have also been undertaking activities with local schools and colleges as well as the police force and fire service.

The 36-hour project which started yesterday, will culminate in a major challenge today (Thursday Dec 19) spread across four locations in which supporters can get down to and join in with the squad.

The players will be divided into four teams o based at Tesco Extra (Winwick Road), Golden Square Shopping Mall, Birchwood Shopping Centre and ASDA (Cockhedge Centre) between 3.30pm-7.30pm.

Further details about the challenge will be announced early Thursday afternoon but fans will be able to partake in the activity with their Rugby League idols as the players look to race against the clock and each other.

Keep an eye out on our social media channels as the 36-hour challenge unfolds using the hashtag #XmasCommunityChallenge and if you see the lads on their bikes cycling across the town beep your car horns and pass on your support!

As part of the project palyers and coaching staff are pictured helping with friends of Meadowside Foodbank, talking with service users and learning more about people’s needs.


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