My grandson plays for one of the many Clitheroe Wolves football teams.
He is one of over a hundred local schoolboys who have to play for a local team without their own pitch or facilities. This is when many of the teams they play against locally have these facilities.
Clitheroe Wolves formed in 19192 and now have more than 20 teams involved, from under-sixes up to under-16s. The club gained its FA Charter status in 2000, one of the first clubs to do so in the North West.
They already have many local sponsors to help with the cost of kits etc., but the main thing they want is their own pitch and facilities.
Why can’t Ribble Valley Council or the Grammar School help the club with their problem – please!
Castle View, Clitheroe