Fans wishing to remember loved ones who have passed away have been invited to contact Wolves ahead of the club’s annual Memorial Service at St Peter’s Church.
Club Chaplain and the Rector of Wolverhampton – Rev David Wright – will again lead this year’s service taking place from 12.30pm-1.30pm on Saturday, March 16, at St Peter’s in the City Centre, prior to the home game with Bristol City at 3pm.
Supporters are encouraged to wear club colours at the service, which will be attended by representatives from the Club.
Fans wishing to remember loved ones who have passed away can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and the names will be read out during the service.
The names will also be included in the service sheets to be handed out on the day.
The Memorial Service was introduced in response to hundreds of requests for a pre-match minutes silence or to have fans' ashes scattered at Molineux, both of which are unfortunately often not possible.
This is an alternative way for the club and fans to respect and celebrate the lives of members of the 'Wolves family' who are no longer with us.
Please e-mail names before 5pm next Monday, March 11, to be included.