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Tuesday night Pepperpot in Godalming will be changing venue from the 1st Jan 2019

Tuesday night Pepperpot meeting in Godalming will be changing venue from the 1st Jan 2019 whilst the Council do renovation to the building. This has been given a time frame of approximately 3 months. The group have secured a new venue in the town centre, the Quaker Meeting House, The Mint, Godalming, GU7 1HB. The time of the meeting remains the same, 7.30-8.30pm, with the 4th Tuesday of the month closed as per the Pepperpot.

Cranleigh Monday night meeting – Change of venue from September 3rd

Due to refurbishments of our Monday night venue at the Methodist Church in the High Street, we will be moving to temporary accommodation for at least the next 6 months. With effect from Monday 3rd September all Monday night meetings for the Cranleigh group will be held at Cranleigh CATHOLIC Church, 2 St Nicholas Avenue, Cranleigh, GU6 7AQ. This is the first
church on your left as you leave on the Ewhurst road from Cranleigh High Street. There is a separate meeting room here at the back of the Church with the entrance off St Nicholas Avenue, where there is limited parking in the Church car park or in the adjacent Avenue.
The meeting time remains unchanged 8pm to 9pm. For further information, please contact; –
Paul B (secretary) on 07930 442022,
or Alistair (GSR) on 07729 624687,
or Peter S on 07774 888636.
AA Awareness month

List of meetings participating in November AA Awareness month

During November AA​ ​meetings are​ ​welcoming​ ​non-alcoholics​ ​to​ ​attend (Family members, friends, members of the public and ALL professionals) to​ ​raise​ ​awareness​ ​of​ ​AA​ & the help it provides to people who have a problem with alcohol. If you are holding a special AA awareness meeting in November please let me know on eclo@aamidsurrey.org.uk so I can publish the details on this website and also add your meeting to the list of the upcoming AA Awareness flyer.

 

We have been informed of the following AA awareness meetings:

  • Aldershot Wednesday at the Garrison will be holding open meetings every week throughout November
  • Monday Big Book Recovery will hold an open AA awareness meeting on Monday 26th November
  • Weybridge Saturday Morning Discussion Group (11.30 – 13.00) will hold a special Open meeting on Saturday 3rd Nov 18 (our meetings are normally all open but extra individuals will also be invited to this one by group members).