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Tradition 7 – Financial Contributions – Online Meetings

Members can make their contribution direct to GSO Or Inter-Group by bank transfer:

For the account of :
The General Service Board
Sort code: 40-47-31
Account number: 63930408

For the account of:
Avon North Inter-Group
sort code: 40-14-13
Account number: 92850362
Ref: your group name

For the account of:
Avon South Inter-Group
sort code: 40-26-27
Account Number: 71573209
Ref: your group name

Thank you for your contributions 

Stop Press!


Extraordinary General Meeting
An issue has arisen which those in Avon North intergroup need to address before we can go ahead with a meeting of a unified intergroup, so the meeting on:

Sunday 11 April is postponed.

We will update you as soon as we can.

In Fellowship

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The Meeting finder now shows the various meeting formats – ‘Face to Face’ – ‘Zoom’ & ‘Hybrid’ 

Please note that face to face Meetings are restricted to 15 attendee’s, it is advised that you
contact the gruop before attending to book a place. a contact name email or registration form is included with the meeing information

The wearing of face coverings and signing a ‘track & trace’ register is also required.

Although these restrictions go against AA’s principle of inclusiveness, Tradition one – Common Welfare should be considred,
At this current time it is also the Law.


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