Race for Life 2014 – Team WAW

We had a great time completing our Race for Life, great weather to go with it too – A great way to raise money for a fantastic cause #cancerresearch.

Thank you to everybody who has donated so far – we have a total of £282, and its not too late to donate :-)

You can donate right HERE

We made it on to HEART wesbite too Click here

A selection of photos –

Lets all do a bit – RACE FOR LIFE 2014

We at Willenhall Ay We.co. uk are joining in this years Race for Life, West Park, 18th June, to raise more funds for our chosen charity #cancerresearch, which we do all year around.

Its a great cause and a great charity!

Race for Life

WAW Girls Race for Life Event Check here for more details or join WAW.

Our JUSTGIVING page

Recently crowned Miss Black Country, Shelley- Marie is also calling on your support –

“On Sunday 18th May 2014 at 11am I will be taking part in the Race for Life at the Walsall Arboretum to raise money for Cancer Research UK. However I won’t be running, jogging or walking it alone. I have signed up as a group, ‘Miss BC’s Girls’. My aim is to try and get as many family, friends and ladies of the Black Country as I can to join me as Miss Black Country’s Girls in the race to support Cancer Research UK. If you are interested in joining ‘Miss BC’s Girls’ then please send me a message and I will send you all the information you need to join. Come on ladies!”

Black Country Girls via Black Country Queen, Shelley-Marie Race for Life Event See for details

35 new jobs as new Wolverhampton Aldi to open

A new Aldi supermarket is opening at the site of a former discount store, creating 35 new jobs.

The booming supermarket chain will open its latest Wolverhampton store at the former Matalan Discount Club building, in Birmingham Road.

The supermarket will open on April 10.

A spokesman for the firm, said: “We are pleased to confirm that Aldi is opening a new store in Wolverhampton in April.

“We look forward to bringing added and much-needed retail choice to the area, as well as creating approximately 35 full and part time jobs for the local community.”

Full story here