Last week saw EFL clubs come together to mark the EFL Week of Action 2023, showcasing the community work of clubs across the leagues.
At Wrexham AFC, we were proud to support the Week of Action in conjunction with the Wrexham AFC Community Trust, with players from the men's and women's first teams visiting some of our initiatives in the local community.
This included striker Paul Mullin's visit to our autism-friendly soccer schools, which run during every half-term holiday.
Fellow first-team star Will Boyle joined Wrexham AFC Women duo Erin Lovett and Libby Mackenzie, and our latest cohort of Fit Dragons.
Lovett, Mackenzie and Charlotte Bolland then joined supporters at our weekly Wrexham Social event - a community meet-up aimed at those aged 50 and older.
Through the Wrexham AFC Community Trust, we are proud to support a wide range of groups within our community. This also includes helping to support the next generation of young female footballers through our Huddle sessions - and Lovett, Ava Suckley and Natasha Spearing were in attendance on Thursday night.
During last week's #EFLWeekOfAction, our latest Fit Dragons cohort were joined by first-team players Will Boyle, Erin Lovett and Libby Mackenzie.— Wrexham AFC (@Wrexham_AFC) November 13, 2023
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At the same time, Club captain Ben Tozer joined our Dragon Chat men's mental health peer support group call. The call takes place every Thursday, and you can find out more information here.
Take a look at the gallery above to see more of what the players got up to this week, and search #EFLWeekOfAction to find out more about the campaign on social media.