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Southwest and South Wales Division to meet

This is a story from the FSF archive – the FSF and SD merged to become the FSA in 2019.

The next meeting of the Southwest and South Wales Division of the FSF will be held this weekend on Sunday 27th September at Newport County AFC’s Newport Stadium. Anyone is welcome to attend, member or not, and a wide range of topics are on the agenda from noon.

The FSF has six regional divisions which meet regularly to discuss important issues of both local and national interest. Got something to get off your chest? Get in touch with your local division.

Topics for discussion at the meeting at Newport include treatment of fans at infamous ‘bubble’ matches, the re-launch of the safe-standing campaign and further developments with regard to free membership of the FSF.

If you’re interested in attending, get along to the Newport Stadium (NP19 4PT for those of you who want to Sat-Nav your way there) this Sunday – a buffet lunch will be provided at noon, with the meeting getting underway at around 1230.

To add to the agenda, or if you have any other queries about the meeting, please don’t hesitate to contact divisional secretary Ken Malley on [email protected] or by telephone on 01288 381259.

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