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The next meeting of the FSF Southern Division, will be held on Sunday 24th January 2015 in ‘Arry’s Bar at Millwall’s New Den, Zampa Road, LondonSE16 3LN.

A light buffet of sandwiches, tea, coffee and soft drinks will be served at 12 noon; the meeting will start at 12.30 prompt. All welcome to attend.


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. Topics for discussion, to include Parachute Payments and Football Supporter’s Coach Travel Rules. Other topics from the floor, tine allowing.

10. Club reports [we aim for5 minutes per club]

11. Any other business

12. Date and venue of next meeting

How to get to the New Den

By Car

Post code for navigation SE16 3LN

From the South – take the A20 and A21 follow the signs to London. At New Cross follow signs for Surrey Quays into Kender Street, turn left into Old Kent Road then right at the turning signposted ‘Car Pound’ into Ilderton Road, Zampa Road is the seventh turning on the right.

From the East

Take the A2 to New Cross (Junction 2 from the M25) then as from South.

By rail

South Bermondsey station is only a few minutes walk from the ground. The direct walkway used by away supporters is unlikely to be open.

Surrey Quays and New Cross gate on the East London Line are about 15-20 minutes walk away.

To make sure we have enough sarnies, please could you let me know if you are able to attend by contacting me on [email protected]

Thanks to Diamond Geezer for the image used in this news article. Reproduced here under CC licence.

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