Before Saturday’s game against West Ham United, Wolves will pay tribute to club legend and former vice president Ron Flowers MBE with an Act of Remembrance, which supporters are invited to attend.
Between 12pm and 2pm on Saturday 20th November, in the build-up to the Premier League fixture at Molineux, St Peter's Collegiate Church in Wolverhampton will open its door, allowing supporters to pay their respects by lighting candles and taking a moment to reflect.
At 1pm, an Act of Remembrance will begin, with Wolves officials including Steve Bull and John Richards in attendance, and will see words from the club’s former head of media Paul Berry shared and reverend David Wright provide a reading.
While inside the church, supporters are asked to maintain safe distances and wear a face mask unless exempt, to help keep fellow visitors safe and comfortable in their surroundings.
Either side of the 20-minute service, a book of condolence will be available for supporters to sign, starting at the church and later taking its place in the Molineux reception, allowing more opportunities for supporters to visit and pay their respects in the days following the game.
At 2pm, St Peter's will close its doors and tributes will turn to Molineux, with flowers laid out pre-match and a minute’s applause allowing all those inside to pay tribute to the great man, before the game kicks off at 3pm, when both sets of players will wear black armbands.