Wire2Wolves is the overarching name for all our heritage projects; however, it was originally used for the launch of the unique 100m heritage timeline in 2013.
The Foundation was awarded Heritage Lottery Funding to create the interactive timeline to celebrate the rich history of Warrington Rugby League club and the town.
The fantastic artwork, which was supported by Business Patrons Central Self Drive and designed by Fuzzy Duck Create, runs the length of the South Stand of the Stadium concourse and commemorates the past successes of ‘The Wire’ and also the recent achievements of the ‘Wolves’.
The timeline features all heritage numbers to mark each player’s place in the club’s history and encompasses the journey of the Warrington club from its inception in 1876 up to the present day including a timeline of town events.
The Heritage Wall was officially opened by past players Alastair Brindle, Laurie Gilfedder, Paul Cullen and Lee Briers. Two Wire2Wolves documentaries created by Fuzzy Duck were also commissioned showing players past and present reminiscing about their memories of playing at the club which can be accessed on YouTube.
On request and for a donation to this work, our Game Changers are happy to provide tours of the timeline. We plan to continue to record our Club history in this innovative way for future generations of supporters to enjoy.
For information on the timeline or if you wish to arrange a tour please contact –