The term Miners Welfare appears in the name of several association football clubs:
- In England
- Blackwell Miners Welfare F.C.
- Calverton Miners Welfare F.C.
- Gedling Miners Welfare F.C.
- Hemsworth Miners Welfare F.C.
- Holbrook Miners Welfare F.C.
- Nostell Miners Welfare F.C.
- Rainworth Miners Welfare F.C.
- Staveley Miners Welfare F.C.
- In Scotland
- Danderhall Miners Welfare F.C.
- Lochore Miners Welfare F.C.
Other articles related to "miners welfare, welfare, miners":
... which are the Royal British Legion club, The Crown public house and Llay Miners Welfare, also known as Miners Welfare Institute ... The Miners Welfare has bars, dancefloor with small stage and a pool hall ... The Welfare had its grand opening in 1931 after negotiations in 1929 for monies to build a Miners Institute with sports facilities ...
1991–92 North Shields North Shields 1992–93 Spennymoor United Maltby Miners Welfare 1993–94 Hucknall Town Lincoln United 1994–95 Stocksbridge Park ...
... But images of massed militant miners using violence to prevent other miners from working, along with the fact that (illegally under a recent Act) the NUM had not held a ballot to ... The Miners' Strike lasted a full year, March 1984 until March 1985, before the drift of half the miners back to work forced the NUM leadership to give in without a deal ... economy and reduced dominance of the trade unions and welfare state ...
... Eintracht Nordhorn Switzerland Concordia Basel Health and wellbeing England Armthorpe Welfare, Askern Welfare, Blackwell Miners Welfare, Blidworth Welfare, Brodsworth Welfare ...
Famous quotes containing the words welfare and/or miners:
“I have great faith in ordinary parents. Who has a childs welfare more at heart than his ordinary parent? Its been my experience that when parents are given the skills to be more helpful, not only are they able to use these skills, but they infuse them with a warmth and a style that is uniquely their own.”
—Haim Ginott (20th century)
“The miners lost because they had only the constitution. The other side had bayonets. In the end, bayonets always win.”
—Mother Jones (18301930)