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National League Structured Dialogue Meeting Report

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We can now publish the report from our October meeting with the National League attended by CEO Michael Tattersall and Non-Executive Director Caroline Barker where they addressed points raised by our Non-League Network.

The terms of reference for these meetings can be found alongside the report at the linnks below.

Our next structured dialogue meeting with the National League will take place in February 2019 with members of the Non-League Network invited to attend a meeting in January to contribute agenda items and discussion points.

The date and location of the January meeting is to be arranged, details to be released soon.

NL Structured Dialogue Terms of Reference

National Game October Meeting Report

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