Breaking Barriers: Social Research Project

Breaking Barriers: Understanding and Evolving Youth Sports Participation in High Wycombe As society continues to evolve at breakneck speed, so must sport within it. But before evolution, comes understanding. This project sets out to understand youth sports participation in High Wycombe, whilst providing a unifying reference point for sports providers, educators and the community itself, […]

Fit Chairboys | July 2023

Fit Chairboy’s is a highly successful 12-week healthy lifestyle programme which is aimed at men aged 35 to 65 years old, with a waist size above 38 inches and a BMI over 28. The sessions start with 40 mins of engaging and interactive activities in the John Reardon Room. The second half of the session […]

Reardo’s Ramble 2023 (Full & Half Marathon Walk)

Wycombe Wanderers Health Day at Adams Park Wycombe Wanderers Foundation is excited to announce the launch of a NEW Marathon Walk annual fundraising event. The inaugural Marathon Walk will take place on Saturday 15th July at Adams Park, in honour of Wycombe Wanderers FC Legend, John Reardon. Starting and finishing (inside) Adams Park, covering a […]

Chairboys Chat | WWFC Training Ground with Tjay de Barr

On Monday 24th April we will be running a special Chairboys Chat session at WWFC training ground with special guest, Tjay de Barr.   Chairboys Chat, kindly funded by Heart of Bucks, seeks to provide male Chairboys fans with an informal learning and support network via the delivery of friendly get-togethers. Those who attend will […]

WWF Launch Menopause Workshops

We are really pleased to announce that we have partnered with Buckinghamshire Council, Health Libraries & Wycombe Library to deliver a series of 4 themed menopause workshops covering movement, sleep, nutrition as well as an open forum. The workshops are for women approaching, or going through menopause. We will look at the changes and challenges […]

Fit ChairGirls Returns March 2023!

Our FIT ChairGirls course is a highly successful 12-week healthy lifestyle programme aimed at women aged 35 to 65 years olds, with a waist size above 31 inches and a BMI of over 28. Starting on Tuesday 21st March 6.30pm – 8pm, Wycombe Wanderers Foundation will be delivering a Fit ChairGirls course at Adams Park. The Project […]

Fit Chairboy’s is Back in 2023

Starting on Monday 23rd January, 6.30pm – 8pm, Wycombe Wanderers Foundation will be delivering their very successful Fit Chairboy’s programme at Adams Park. The project has been funded thanks to a Heart Research UK Healthy Heart grant, enabling the programme to be FREE for ALL participants through 2023. All details on the programme and how to register […]

Female Walking Football @ WWSET

Following the success of the Women’s Euros we are excited to announce we will be delivering our very first female walking football sessions. The sessions are open to females over the age of 30 (and/or with a long term health condition) regardless of ability or previous experience and delivered in a fun, friendly and safe […]

New Walking Football Sessions Announced!

We are really excited to be launching 2 new Walking Football session starting in September 2022 at Amersham & Wycombe College & Cressex Football Centre. Our Walking Football sessions are a great opportunity for individuals 50+ (or with a long term health condition) to feel active and socialise in a safe environment. Keeping active improves confidence, […]

WW Foundation Announce Menopause Workshop

Following recent conversations between the WWSET Health Department and women who attend some of the activities that we deliver, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting an educational workshop on the topic of menopause. The workshop is for women approaching, or going through menopause, or interested in learning about what to expect […]

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