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Southern Division AGM (Sunday 21st June)

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The AGM of the FSF Southern Division will take place on Sunday 21st June at AFC Wimbledon’s Cherry Red Record Stadium, Jack Goodchild Way, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 3PB. The meeting will start at 12.30 prompt.

How to get there:

By train

Norbiton is the nearest station with trains running every 15 minutes from Waterloo via Clapham Junction and Wimbledon [terminating at Shepperton or Strawberry Hill]. Leave the station via the back exit and take the first left into Norbiton Avenue, turn right at the end onto Gloucester Road and walk down to Kingston Road, turn left and the stadium is 400 yards on the right.

By bus

You can take the 131 bus, which stops right outside the ground from Wimbledon station or Kingston town centre.

By car

From Kingston one way system, take the A308 Richmond road towards Kingston hospital, turn right onto Cambridge Road [A2043] and the stadium is less than a mile on the right

From Central London take the A3 out of London exiting at New Maldon/Worcester Park. Cross over the A3 and take the Maldon Road [A2043] towards Kingston. Follow this to the next roundabout. Take the first exit into Kingston Road [A2043 still] and the stadium is one mile on the left.

From outside London, M25 junction 10, take the A3 northbound into London. At the exit for New Maldon/Worcester Park, turn off and take the left into Maldon road [A2043] towards Kingston follow this to the next roundabout. Take the first exit into Kingston road [A2043 still] and the stadium is one mile on the left.

Agenda:

1. Chair’s opening remarks

2. Apologies

3. Minutes of previous AGM [18th May 2014]

4. Matters arising

5. Chair’s report

6. Secretary/Treasurer’s report

7. NC Delegate’s report

8. Pyramid Officer’s report

9. Election of officers

10. Cub reports [we aim for 5 minutes per club]

11. Topics for discussion. a) Supporters’ Summit and Motions for FSF AGM b) FIFA, the wayforward after Blatter and what should the FA’s response be?

Further topics from the floor [at the Chair’s discretion – time allowing].

12. Any other business

13. Date and venue of next meeting

A buffet lunch will be served at 12 noon, in order that we have enough food, could you please let us know if you will be attending and if you have any special dietary requirements. Email Pam Wilkins – FSF Southern Division secretary: [email protected]

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