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Tradition 7 – Financial Contributions – Online Meetings

Members are recommended to follow the usual AA funding pathway.


Group surplus funds pass to intergroup who will do the same to Region who will also pass surplus funds onto GSO  


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!


A new Meeting is opening on Saturday 2nd Oct at 19:00 – Nailsea Saturday’s – St Francis Church BS48 2LP   
Another  Meeting goes back to Face to Face ‘Just for Today’ re-opens face to  face at 12:30 on Tuesday 5th Oct at 12:30
A new Meeting is opening on Tuesday 20th July at 19:00 – Headley Park Steps for more info go to the Message Slider (below)
A new Zoom Meeting on Thursday’s at 19:00 – Runs for the next 14 weeks – Kingswood Online Literature Meeting
Please use this Zoom link to join:

The Pathfinder AA Group is having to move the Back Together Convention planned on the 18th July to its second date of 12th September due to Covid Legislation.
We are so sorry and apologise for the disappointment and inconvenience but want to reassure you that your ticket is valid for the 12th September.


In Fellowship

Bristol Meetings All Formats

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

You can also printout your selection to a pdf file.

Latest Covid restriction relaxations come into force on 17th May

For details please see the link: GSO Covid update



Covid-19 impact on AA Bristol Service

 For the latest advuce, from public health England, published by GSO: Latest Coronavirus News       



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