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Yorkshire, Humberside, North Midlands division launch

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

The new FSF Division for Yorkshire, Humberside and North Midlands will be having their first meeting on Sunday 26th October at the Old Peacock Public House, Elland Road, Leeds, LS11 8TU (opposite Elland Road) at 1.00 pm. Click here for directions to the Old Peacock.

It’s open for all to attend whether you are an individual member of the FSF, an affiliate member through a supporters’ organisation or just wanting to find out more, everyone is welcome. Feel free to post this on websites, or forward on to people you think might be interested.

The meeting will look at current FSF campaigns and see how members can get involved with these, or look to set priorities of their own. Other items on the agenda will be the name of the new division, structure, and budget info. Each FSF division can apply for a campaigning budget and set regional priorities. Get involved.

A buffet will be provided, so if you are planning on attending, register with the divisional secretary [email protected] so we can get enough food in!

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