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FSF Southern Division meeting (Sunday 1st December)

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The next meeting of the Football Supporters’ Federation’s Southern Division will take place on Sunday 1st December 2013 (12.30pm) at Leyton Orient Supporters’ Club (Brisbane Road, E10 5NF). The entrance is on Oliver Road, alongside the ground’s main entrance.

If you’d like to see an item added to the agenda, please email Southern Division Secretary Paul Ellix (by Saturday 23rd November): [email protected]

You can download draft minutes from the meeting held on Sunday 8th September 2013 here. Non-members are welcome to attend although it is free to join the FSF and will only take a minute of your time: www.fsf.org.uk/join.

Directions:

Tube – Nearest station is Leyton Station on the Central Line. There are, inevitably, works on the system on that Sunday, affecting the whole of the DLR, the Hammersmith and City Line and parts of the Northern Line. Central and District lines are unaffected, on present planning. Directions from the station are: Exit station turn right. Continue for around 500m then pass a small park (Coronation Gardens) on your left. At the end of the park turn Left. Continue to T junction, turn right and the Club is on right in centre of stand and has its own street entrance.

Driving – Postcode is E10 5NF. This will take you to the other side of the ground, where its easier to park in Brisbane Road than on the Oliver Road side. For detailed directions see the Leyton Orient Supporters’ Club website.

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