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FSF Southern Division meeting

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

FSF members in London and the south east will meet in the capital on Sunday 26th November 2017 (noon) at ‘Arry’s Bar, Millwall Football Club. 

‘Arry’s Bar is upstairs but there is a lift available, for access to the lift enter via the main reception. A buffet lunch will be served at noon and the meeting starts at 12.30pm.

Agenda

  1. Chair’s Opening Remarks
  2. Apologies
  3. Minutes of Previous Meeting
  4. Matters Arising
  5. Chair’s Report
  6. Secretary’s Report
  7. NC Delegate’s Report
  8. Pyramid Officers Report
  9. Club Reports [We aim for 5 minutes per club].
  10. Topics for discussion will include:
    1. The World Cup – how safe will it be for England supporters travelling to Russia?
    2. Foodbanks/toys/Easter – how can clubs play a greater part in our communities?
    3. Parking charges at football grounds – why are they so high? 
  11. Other topics from the floor at the Chair’s discretion, time allowing.
  12. Any other business
  13. Date and venue for next meeting

For more information contact Pam Wilkins.

Thanks to Diamond Geezer for the image used in this post. Reproduced here under Creative Commons license.

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