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Friday's Meetings

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FREEDOM FROM FEAR
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BROADMEAD
t: 10:30 c: 874-0153-9028 p: 100635

WINDMILL HILL 11th STEP
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MANGOTSFIELD
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KEYNSHAM
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POWER TO RECOVER
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LAWRENCE WESTON
t: 19:30 c: 255-492-300 p: 100635

STEPS TO SOBRIETY
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AKRON
t: 20:15 c: 412-305-567 p: 100635

Tradition Seven

Tradition 7 – Financial Contributions – Online Meetings

Members can make their contribution direct to GSO Or Inter-Group by bank transfer:

GSO
For the account of :
The General Service Board
Sort code: 40-47-31
Account number: 63930408

ANIG
For the account of:
Avon North Inter-Group
sort code: 40-14-13
Account number: 92850362
Ref: your group name

ASIG
For the account of:
Avon South Inter-Group
sort code: 40-26-27
Account Number: 71573209
Ref: your group name

Thank you for your contributions 

Stop Press!

 

All Bristol Meetings have been suspended during the lockdown period however most have been replaced with online Meetings.

To find a Meeting go to the ‘Bristol Online Meeting Directory’ App and search for a meeting, by day or time, or open the ‘Today’s Meetings’ tab, above. 

Meeting Directory App 

For those amongst us, who do not have a tablet or smartphone,
provided that you have access to a telephone with a # key.
Connect to a meeting by dialing one of these phone numbers.

+44 208 080 6591
+44 208 080 6592
+44 330 088 5830
+44 131 460 1196
+44 203 481 5240


 

 

Friday's Meetings

t: time c: code p: pass
click meeting title to join

FREEDOM FROM FEAR
t: 10:30 c: 118-746-374 p: 100635

BROADMEAD
t: 10:30 c: 874-0153-9028 p: 100635

WINDMILL HILL 11th STEP
t: 18:00 c: 828-844-827 p: 100635

MANGOTSFIELD
t: 18:30 c: 655-653-121 p: 100635

KEYNSHAM
t: 18:30 c: 735-496-653 p: 100635

POWER TO RECOVER
t: 19:30 c: 789-864-153 p: 100635

LAWRENCE WESTON
t: 19:30 c: 255-492-300 p: 100635

STEPS TO SOBRIETY
t: 20:00 c: 213-798-485 p: 100635

AKRON
t: 20:15 c: 412-305-567 p: 100635

 

 

Members need support, just as much as the newcomer, and with the enquiry line being out of action, Members may be reluctant to use the Helpline, in case it ties up the line for an incoming call from a still suffering Alcoholic…

Well don’t hesitate – the Responder is there to help all who are struggling.


If your need is for general information, please email us at:
admin@aa-wso.org.uk and we will reply asap.

In Fellowship

WSO           

Covid-19 impact on AA Bristol Services

To comply with Social distancing guidelines, the Bristol Telephone Office is temporarily closed.

However we maintain the 24hr helpline for the still suffering alcoholic as usual.

Some Services that require Office attendance, are currently unavailable:

Members Enquiry Phone Line

Helpline answerphone Service

‘Who Me’? literature pack posting, to the still suffering Alcoholic

Distribution of WTF & AA literature to outside organisations i.e:
BDP, Acer Unit & Hostel Liaison

Posting WTF to GSR’s on request, and supplies of WTF at intergroup     

Helpline email Service

Twelfth Step list updating

Database Syncronising & backup  

 

 

 

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