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London Croydon Epsom & Sutton Intergroup

There are around 25 meetings in the Croydon, Epsom and Sutton area, covering: Ashtead, Banstead, Carshalton, Croydon, Epsom, New Addington, Sutton, Wallington, Walton-on-the-Hill, Worcester Park and one of the meetings in Leatherhead.

The Intergroup carries the message of AA in a number of ways. For example, we:


- Help operate the AA telephone helpline and respond to 12th-step calls from our area

- Respond to request for AA talks in schools and at community meetings

- Hold events such as a mini-convention, workshops and a camping convention


The Intergroup meets every two months, on the first Tuesday evening in February, April, June, August, October and December at a venue in Wallington. Any AA members can attend.

If you are interested in attending the meetings you are welcome to come: contact ecomm.cesig@aamail.org for details.


Volunteering for service:


We are always looking for AA members to help carry the message, and there are a number of service positions in our Intergroup area which need to be filled. If you would like to volunteer to help, you will need to come along to the meetings and let us know. Either speak to the GSR (Group Service Representative) at your meeting or contact: ecomm.cesig@aamail.org

Intergroup event - Families in Recovery

A shared platform meeting with AA and Al-Anon speakers is taking place on Saturday 21 April, starting 1.30 and closing 5.30pm. The venue is the same as the regular Worcester Park meeting: Christ Church with St Philip, Ruskin Drive, Worcester Park, KT4 8LG. Open meetings, no charge for admission, children are welcome. 151 and 213 buses stop close to the venue, nearest train station: Worcester Park.