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Midshires takes stand for charity.

COMMUNITY groups and charities are set to benefit with Birmingham Midshires sponsoring the Stan Cullis stand at Wolves' Molineux stadium.

The Pendeford-based specialist lending and savings firm will hand over 30 tickets to local community groups for each home game. Schools and charities will be among those to get the tickets.

Pupils from Penn Hall School, St. Paul's CofE School and Dovecotes School in Pendeford were first to benefit when they saw Wolves take on Crystal Palace at the weekend.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Jan 16, 2008
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