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FSF divisions to meet in Manchester and Yorkshire this week

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

The FSF are getting into the swing of the new season, with the Yorkshire and Northwest & North Wales divisions holding their first meetings of the season in the coming week. There’ll be no shortage of topics to cover looking forward to the coming season, that’s for sure. Both meetings are free for members and non-members alike to attend, but why wouldn’t you join us when membership of the FSF is FREE?

The Yorkshire meeting is taking place at Osset Town’s Infield Stadium on Sunday 23rd at 1pm, with a free buffet available from 12:30. Anyone interested in attending, or who has any questions, should send an email to the FSF’s Yorkshire Chair Alan Bloore.

The Northwest & North Wales divison meeting is being held on the evening of Monday 24th August in central Manchester. The division holds all its events at the Waldorf Pub on Gore Street, only a 5 minute walk from Piccadilly station. The meeting starts at 7:30pm. Anyone who wants to attend, please email Northwest & North Wales Secretary Ian Lyon. They have also set a date for a further meeting, on Thursday 26th November, so get that in your diary.

The FSF has six regional divisions across England and Wales who meet regularly throughout the year to discuss matters at a local level. Check out more info on the FSF’s divisions here.

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