New Group to start at the Community Centre

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The Community Centre Committee has been asked to provide a room for a new women's group of Alcoholics Anonymous and has been pleased to be able to find an available time. From Wednesday November 25th the group will meet weekly from 7.30pm to 9.00pm in the Small Room.

The meetings are open to all who find that they have a problem with alcohol and feel that AA might provide the support and help for them to cope with their situation. Although the group has been set up as a group for women, the organisers stress that anyone who needs to attend a meeting will be welcomed, according to AA Traditions.

There are no fees payable and meetings are open to those of any denomination, background or culture. AA was founded in the United States in 1935 but has since spread throughout the world and there are now over 100,000 groups and over 2 million members worldwide.

To find out more about the meeting please contact the organiser Eva on 07790 240168

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