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Diminishing list of today’s meetings – either in progress or up-coming                

Time Meeting Location Intergroup
19:00 Southmead Sobriety
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints BS10 6DY
Bristol And District
19:00 Keynsham 'Altered Attitudes'
Keynsham Baptist Church
19:00 Totterdown AA
Knowle Methodist Church
Bristol And District
19:30 Nailsea Monday
St Francis Church Hall
Bristol And District
19:30 A Vision For You
Victoria Methodist Church
Bristol And District
19:30 A Vision For You
20:00 11th Step Meeting
Cathedral House
Bristol And District
20:00 Bristol Newcomers Speaker: Monday
Cotham Parish Church Hall,
Bristol And District
20:00 Downend Group
Downend Baptist Church
Bristol And District
20:00 Sea Mills How It Works
Sea Mills Methodist Church
Bristol And District


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      Tradition Seven

      Tradition 7 – Financial Contributions – Online Meetings

      Members are recommended to follow the usual AA funding pathway.

      Group surplus funds should pass to intergroup via the Group Treasurer & GSR
      Intergroup will do the same and pass surplus onto Region who’s surplus funds pass onto GSO

      Members can make personal donations – your annual contributions should not exceed £2000
      To maintain anonymity and preserve humility please use: ‘A Member of [group name]’ as the reference.

      Payments into the Treasurery will be anonomised proir to publication.    

      Please can groups use this account for contributions to
      Bristol And District Intergroup
      Account Name: Avon South Intergroup
      Sort Code: 40.26.27
      Account Number: 71573209
      If you require a receipt please email:
      State Your Group Name & the Amount paid


      Thank your Group Members for their generous contribution


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      New Meeting

      Callington Road Hospital  – first meeting Thursday 7PM 6th Oct 

      Callington Road Hospital, Marmalade Ln, Brislington, Bristol BS4 5BJ, UK


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      Central Union Wednesday (Broadmead Baptist Church)

      Just For Today Tuesday (Hurle rd Clifton)

      Nailsea Saturday (St Francis Church)

      Bristol & District Intergroup (Ashton Vale Community Centre) see calendar for dates





      In Fellowship

      Calendar of Significant Dates 2022 

         BADI Intergroup Assembly Dates:
      Sunday 25th September at 14:00 – Aston Vale Community Centre     



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