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 Tuesday's Meetings

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EARLY BIRDS
T: 07:30 C: 859-3599-2465 P: 100635

JUST FOR TODAY
t: 12:30 c: 922-645-341 p; 100635

BROADMEAD
t: 17:00 c: 970-041-660 p: 100635

WOMEN'S MEETING
t: 18:30 c: 273-323-172 p: 100635

KINGSWOOD
t: 18:30 c: 863-1193-0973 p: 100635

REDLAND YOUNG PERSONS
t: 19:30 c: 344-083-364 p: 894469

CLEVEDON STEPS
t: 19:30 c: 584-981-541 p: 100635

WESTBURY
t: 20:00 C: 550-796-648 p: 100635

STEPS TO SOBRIETY
t: 20:00 c: 875-8393-4583 p: 100635

ST GEORGE
t: 20:00 c: 875-7330-8210 p: 100635

ACCEPTANCE IS THE KEY
t: 20:00 c: 510-074-8666 p: 280618

KNOWLE THE PARK

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Tradition Seven

Tradition 7 – Financial Contributions – Online Meetings

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

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

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

ASIG
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 

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Covid-Secure Bristol AA Meetings are starting to re-open…. 

Please follow the link below, for details of face to face meetings (f2f)   

Face to Face Meeting Directory 

 

Printable Version:
Online WTF 19th September 

A hybrid meeting finder application and a printable WTF are being developed to accommodate the various meeting formats that are emerging…

 

Members need support, just as much as the newcomer, and with the enquiry line being out of action, Members may be reluctant to use the Helpline, in case it ties up the line for an incoming call from a still suffering Alcoholic…
Well don’t hesitate – the Responder is there to help all who are struggling.

If your need is for general information, please email us at:
admin@aa-wso.org.uk and we will reply asap.

In Fellowship

WSO           

Covid-19 impact on AA Bristol Services

The Bristol Telephone Office has re-opened, albeit tentatively.  

We will maintain the 24hr helpline for the still suffering alcoholic, come what may.

Responders who wish to resume Office responding duty, can now do so, whilst remembering to social distance, as per the current gov guidelines.     

Sanitiser is available for you to apply to hands, and antibacterial spray & wipes to clean the telephones & keyboards etc.

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We are always on the look out for recruits for telephone duty, be it Home or Office based, or indeed both.

If you or a sponcee are interested in doing Service please email us at: admin@aa-wso.org.uk             

 

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The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership we are self supporting through our own contributions.

A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organisation or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes.

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