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FSF Southern Division meeting (Sunday 9th December)

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The next meeting of the FSF’s Southern Division will take place on Sunday 9th December at Woking FC’s Kingfield Stadium (Legends Bar) – more directions are available here. The meeting will begin at 12.30pm and a buffet lunch will be available at noon courtesy of the Cards Trust. Our sincere thanks to them.

AGENDA
(Note: Target timings are included in the agenda as a guide. The intention is to allow time for discussion of the main topics and yet still finish the meeting at a time which allows comfortable journeys home for those travelling significant distances.)

  1. Apologies for absence [1230]
  2. Minutes of the last meeting
  3. Matters Arising
  4. Chair’s Report
  5. Vice Chair’s Report
  6. Secretary/Treasurer’s Report
  7. National Committee Delegate’s Report
  8. Main topic: [1330] FSF Extraordinary General Meeting Report and Organisational Changes at FSF
  9. Club Reports [1415] (We are aiming for 5 minutes for each club report, plus appropriate discussion.)
  10. Any other business
  11. Date and location for next meeting [1645]

You can now download the minutes from the Southern Division’s last meeting on 23rd September 2012 here…

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