Birthdays 1st to 31st May

1st - Gary Chapman. 2nd - Lewis McMahon. 4th - Jordan Holt and Nathan Tyson. 7th - Lawrie Dudfield and Brian Kilcline. 8th - Gary Brook. 9th - Jason Lee, Felix Bastians, Mick Leonard and Chris Short. 10th - Civard Sprockel. 11th - Aidan Davison, Darren Ward and John Williams. 12th - Adam Tann. 13th - Peter Beadle and Steve Mildenhall. 14th - John Cozens, Pat McGovern and Don O'Riordan. 18th - Lee Miller and Peggy Arphexad. 19th - Rachid Harkouk. 21st - Dave Needham, Lee Nogan and Ray O'Brien. 22nd - Lee Hughes and Mark Robson. 23rd - Ruben Zadkovich, Shane McFaul, Mick Stone and Mick Vinter. 24th - Nico Yennaris. 25th - John Sheridan. 26th - Wayne Diuk. 27th - Andy Parkins

Free beer when you book by 25th May!

Meadow Lane will be hosting three Winter Wonderland-themed Christmas party nights this year – and there are rewards for booking early! On Thursday 13, Friday 14 and Saturday 15 December, Meadow Lane will be welcoming festive revellers who, if they book a table of 10 before 25 May, will qualify for a free bucket of beers. A delicious three-course meal in the club’s luxurious 1862 Suite will be followed by the traditional tea, coffee and mince pies – as well as dancing late into the night - all for only £30 per person. Hospitality and events sales manager Kirsty Edwards said: “We’re really excited about our exciting Christmas party package for 2018 and are already in the festive spirit! “O

The Jeff Astle Story - For The Love Of The Game

The Jeff Astle Foundation presents a celebration of Jeff’s life. For West Brom fans Jeff’s memory lives on, revered as one of the club’s greatest number 9s and definitely the most loved. Our play relives special moments in Jeff’s life, a man with a wicked sense of humour who always had time for the fans. Jeff’s career began at Notts County as understudy to the great Tommy Lawton, but he made his name at West Brom. Known as a prolific header of the ball, Jeff made 361 appearances for the baggies, scoring 174 goals including the 1968 FA Cup Final winner. In 2002, aged just 59, Jeff’s life ended tragically with the coroner ruling his death ‘industrial disease’, the result of heading heavy l

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