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The FSF’s Yorkshire division will be meeting in April to discuss ticket price campaigning in the area.

Starting at 1pm on Sunday, 9th April, the meeting will be held at the Brewery Tap, New Station Street in Leeds – a short walk from the train station.

Lunch will be provided free of charge from 12.30, for those who have pre-confirmed their attendance, and ordered by Wednesday 5th April by e-mailing [email protected]

All FSF members and non-members welcome.

Agenda:

  • Discussion on a local ticket pricing campaign for next season.
  • Establishing campaign strategy group for Yorkshire and the surrounding region.
  • Any other business

For further information email FSF Yorkshire Division chair Alan Bloore.

Thanks to Adam Bruderer for the image used in this story. Reproduced here under Creative Commons license.

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