Pictures from other social events


  1. End of Championship Season Lunch with Sue and Terry
  2. Derek Parkin Tribute Dinner Squeak
  3. Wolves FPA and Hall of Fame June 2017 here
  4. The Fox at Shipley - end of season dinner before Preston win here
  5. Kit Sponsors 2017 here
  6. Xmas Lunch 10Dec2016 with Wolves Women here
  7. Post match fiftieth anniversary in Sir Jack’s here
  8. Pre match fiftieth anniversary in WV1 here
  9. The London Wolves 50th Anniversary dinner at The Valley here
  10. 50th celebrations at Molineux as guests of Wolves at Molineux - here
  11. The Dogs May 2016 here
  12. Dinner at Bravaccios - last day of the season 2nd May 2015 here
  13. Wolves Former Players’ Association Dinner Molineux April 2015 here
  14. Oxford PSF 29th July 2014 here





29th April 2018 End of Season Lunch

The Bluebrick regulars were delighted for the company of Sue and Terry Wharton

(Pix fom Sue)




























6th October 2017 Derek Parkin Tribute Dinner

Steve Plant's marvellous fundraising continues, this time in support again of Birmingham Children's Hospital, following the very successful Cure Leukaemia events for Carl Ikeme.  On Friday he organised the Derek Parkin tribute, in recognition of Wolves' record holder.   More pictures, courtesy of Sue Wharton and Steve Carvell, are on Facebook and on the website.  Meanwhile, if you'd like to see Foz and Graham's tribute video together with a contribution from the inimitable Steve Daley go here https://youtu.be/naKPfSwevuc?t=14
































28th June 2017 Wolves Former Players Assoc Dinner and Hall of Fame


For Hall of Fame entries please visit the Wolves Website link here


This was the induction of Big Frank Munro, Andy Thommo Thompson Joint founder Jack Brodie, record-breaking goalscorer Dennis Westcott,  during a ceremony at Molineux.



Pervious inductees were

Players: Bert Williams, Malcolm Finlayson, Derek Parkin, Bill Slater, Billy Wright, John McAlle, Jackery Jones, Ron Flowers, Mike Bailey, Kenny Hibbitt, Dave Wagstaffe, Jimmy Mullen, Johnny Hancocks, Billy Harrison, Roy Swinbourne, Peter Broadbent, Derek Dougan, John Richards, Andy Mutch, Steve Bull.

Managers/owners: Stan Cullis, Graham Turner, Major Frank Buckley, Sir Jack Hayward.

Teams: Victory over Honved, the 2003 play-off final team.

Carol’s and other pictures here




























Read more in Tim Spiers’ report of the evening at https://www.expressandstar.com/sport/football/wolverhampton-wanderers-fc/2017/06/29/report-wolves-welcome-new-hall-of-fame-inductees/#Hlb164Jc8eEPDmZh.99





6th May 2017 before the end of season win versus Preston - at The Fox at Shipley





























KIT SPONSORS’ LUNCH April 2017

Dave and Peter sponsor “Dangerous” Dave Edwards in celebration of London Wolves’ 50th Anniversary.







10th December 2016 Xmas Lunch

With Half Time sponsorship presentation to Wolves Women’s Tim Dudding and full backs Jen Anslow and Claire Hakeman  

Read Peter Abbott’s match preview here

In the tunnel ready for the Half Time present the cheque

Left  back Jen Anslow  & Manager Tim Dudding Mark with right back Claire Hakeman


Abbswolf and a nutter - Cheer up Roy

Serious stuff from John & Steve.  Dodges, Neil & Sheila

22nd October 2016 - Dinner

As some are staying over in Wolverhampton to celebrate this significant anniversary, Roy is booking tables for dinner at Molineux in Sir Jack's at 7:30pm.  This is a normal dinner menu in SJHs with individual payment at the time.  The Menu is here http://webclient.restaurant-live.co.uk/sirjacks/home  Please let Peter Woodifield know if you wish to come by 15th October or earlier if possible (Roy is away for two weeks on holiday) and also if you need Sunday travel.  We're, of course, hoping also to be joined by local members and, perhaps, a special guest or two!  You could also visit the Wolves Ladies v Sporting Khalsa match at Hednesford on Sunday (2pm ko)

22nd October 2016 - prematch in WV1

To celebrate our travelling membership, Wolves are inviting WWLSC members for a special lunch in the North Bank (WV1 restaurant) for the Leeds match.   The numbers are restricted to 30 members because of other hospitality commitments so, if you would like to go, please put your name forward to Dave together with £30 each, which will be the cost of the meal to those members, thanks to WWFC's amazing generosity.  Our special thanks to Matt Grayson, Wolves Head of Marketing, who has been strongly supportive of us over the years for arranging this with Roy.  The £30 should be paid on booking immediately to Dave Slape and,  in any case, no later than October 7th.  We hope to be joined by representatives of that winning team from 1966, and look forward to a win against Leeds.

Further details:  There is a strict "no colours" and dress code in WV1 as a waitress service restaurant -  A smart dress code applies on a match day. Smart shoes must be worn, trainers are not permitted. Any persons wearing sportswear, clothing displaying any offensive branding or football colours will be denied entrance. Smart denim is acceptable. Smart is defined as not faded or torn.  There will be a pay bar.  The train is due in at 11:37 - meet in the Sunbeam pub near the station or in the North Bank Bar at 12:50.   Bookings are only accepted when payment made, and on a "first-come-first-paid" basis.  Roy has the tickets, and you will need one to get in, but payment should be to Dave (cheques to WWLSC).   Wolves expect a prompt arrival at 1pm

THE DOGS May 2016





























Bravaccio’s 2nd May 2015












































Wolves Former Players









































Oxford (PSF) July 2014   ( Carol’s narrative.  )

1.  After checking into our hotel we headed to the first 'real ale' pub of the afternoon - The Bear

2. Reported to be the Oldest Pub in Oxford it dates back to the 13th Century

3. Next stop - The Chequers






















4. Refreshing pints in The Chequers courtyard

5. Now I've got Dave's attention























8. John and Peter had just been trying to work out which way to the ground

9. 'Get off the phone John'

10. That's better - A group shot on top of The Mound

11,12,13 Lock, Stock & Barrel






















  14. The Crown = This was the 4th Real Ale Pub of the day. We had just been to 'The Swan and Castle'






















16. The Crown dates back to 1625    17. 'Not another photo' thinks Peter    




18 19 On to The Mitre  19.  'The Mitre'  being a 'Beefeater' proved ideal for dinner


32. The War Memorial at St Mary The Virgin Church - and John checks out where the battle was held























39. This was our 2nd pub of the morning - the 1st not worth mentioning
























40. Well earned drinks in 'The Old Tom' courtyard

44.  'St Aldates Tavern'. This ended up being our meeting place for other London Wolves supporters






40. Well earned drinks in 'The Old Tom' courtyard44.  'St Aldates Tavern'.

 This ended up being our meeting place for other London Wolves supporters





























































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