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FSF divisional meetings in May

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

May looks to be a busy month for the FSF divisions as the South West & South Wales, North West & North Wales, and Northeast Divisions all have their annual AGM’s. Members and non-members alike are welcome, we’re always keen to see new faces. Rumour even has it that some of the divisions are putting a buffet on, so get there sharp, FSF members are a hungry lot and you don’t want to be late with only salad left.

  • The South West & South Wales meeting takes at Dorchester Town FC on Sunday, May 17th (12noon for 1pm start) – email Ken Malley for info.
  • The North West & North Wales come together at the Waldorf Pub in Manchester on Monday, May 18th (buffet from 7pm) – email Phill Gatenby for info.
  • The Northeast Division will meet at the Garden House in Durham on Wednesday, May 27th (7pm). This is the same day as the Champions League Final but the meeting will wrap up in time for this – email Ginnette Bentley for info.

Specific queries should be directed to the divisional secretaries and members will all receive further detail via email or post.

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