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The next meeting of the North West and North Wales Division takes place on Sunday, November 23, 2008 at The Cricketers, Long Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool, Merseyside, L15 4PG. The meeting will kick-off with a buffet at 12.30pm, for a 1pm start. Please click here for directions to The Cricketers.

Asking whether Gam£ 39 is dead, the meeting will also look at the latest developments in the Safe Standing campaign. But that’s not all – as banks the world over beg their governments for loose change, we’ll be asking whether football can survive the credit crunch unscathed? There’ll also be round-ups on the latest work the FSF has been doing with regards to policing & stewarding.

Our divisional meetings are open to all, and we’re always happy to see new faces. If there’s anything that you think should be added to the agenda, please email our divisional secretary Phill Gatenby and he’ll look to add it in.

So if you are attending, please register with Phill, he needs to make sure there’s plenty of food at the buffet for everyone!

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