Photo gallery: Wymondham mayor trains with women’s rugby team

Wymondham mayor Dianne Fernee joins the rugby training session with the womens wasps team. Photo: Bill Smith Wymondham mayor Dianne Fernee joins the rugby training session with the womens wasps team. Photo: Bill Smith

Wednesday, January 22, 2014
9:58 AM

Wymondham Mayor Dianne Fernee showed her sporting side when she donned a pair of wings and joined the local women’s rugby team for a training session.

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Mrs Fernee joined the Wymondham Wasps on Wednesday where she took part in a two-hour session to help raise money for her chosen 
charities.

She swapped her chains for yellow and black stripes and a pair of wings when she took to 
the pitch in Tuttles Lane, Wymondham.

“I felt a lot better after I had done it. We did a warm up and then we had to run along and pass the ball,” she said.

“I learnt a lot and it was good fun.

“They are a lovely bunch of girls to be with, they are all very nice. I enjoyed my time.”

She also took part in defence training.

During her civic year, Mrs Fernee, 61, nominated the Air Ambulance and Star Throwers 
as her chosen charities. She is also raising funds to buy 
sensory equipment for a 
youngster called Jack, who lives in Kimberley Street.

She raised around £300 by taking part in the event.

“I am chuffed,” she said. 
“When I became mayor I wanted to raise £2,000. I have now raised £1,800 so I need one last push and I am there.”

Mrs Fernee said she hoped more women would take up the sport and encouraged them 
to attend a training 
session.

New members are welcome at the club. Training takes place on Wednesdays from 7pm until 9pm and matches are played on Sundays.

For more information call 07548 695073.

Are you doing something unusual to raise money for charity? Email lucy.wright@archant.co.uk

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