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South West and South Wales AGM this Thursday

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The annual general meeting (AGM) of the FSF’s Southwest and South Wales Division will take place at The Duke of Clarence (48 Clive Road, Canton, Cardiff, CF5 1HJ) on Thursday, May 27th (7pm kick-off). Email the FSF’s Ken Malley to book your place.

The AGM is your chance to hear the annual reports from the current divisional representatives, to elect divisional officers and an FSF National Council representative for the coming season.

It’s also the time for any FSF member to discuss what they would like to see achieved by their local division. We are by the fans, for the fans. If there’s something you would like to see changed in the game get along and let us know. Your vote for the divisional officers and National Council representative can only be given in person on the night of the AGM.

Anyone with any topics for discussion should email South West and South Wales chair Ken Malley, please include “FSF AGM” in your email’s header. Minutes from previous meetings and last year’s AGM are available – email Paul Corkrey for your copy.

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