Todays Upcoming Meetings
Diminishing list of today’s meetings – either in progress or up-coming
GPS Meeting Map
Face To Face Meetings
Select by the Post Code & Day entered into the search boxes.
The arrow icon (bottom right of map) will set the post code to your current location, provided GEO code permissions are ‘on’
Please Note Mobile Users turn in landscape mode to display all meeting information
Heads Up Notes:
UPDATED Bank details are available on the Tradition Seven Tab – Please pass this information on at ‘AA related issues’
Warning Zoom Meetings Host’s
If you are a meeting host trying to start a meeting using the zoom.us site and are asked for a code.
Please follow these steps.
- Open another tab.
- Navigate to gmail.com
- Login using the username of the zoom account e.g. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Enter the same password as the zoom account.
- Find the email sent by zoom.
- Use the code provided when prompted by us.
- Please note this only for meeting hosts, members and others are not affected.
Please forward this message to all other zoom group hosts.
YiF AA Bristol Web Team
Meeting Finder Updates
Please email: email@example.com with Group information updates,
or call the Office Mobile 07400 202 514
The latest wtf leaflet published is available from:
The Phone Office (please call 07400 202 514 to arrange collection)
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
Calendar of Significant Dates 2022
BADI Intergroup Assembly Dates:
Sunday 25th September at 14:00 – Aston Vale Community Centre
To View A Complete List Of Zoom Meetings Use ‘Meeting Finder’ Link On The Main Menu
Open the ‘Any Type’ selection list and select ‘Online’
Make sure the ‘Any Day’ selection is set
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