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Intergroup Service Meetings

The Borders & East Lothian Intergroup aims to:

  • Support our Groups in the common purpose of carrying the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic.
  • Develop and maintain good relations across our local community through the legacies of unity, service and recovery.

AA BELI hold business meetings four times a year, and generally the first meeting of the year also incorporates our Annual General Meeting

Each Group is encouraged to send along a Group Service Representative (GSR) however any AA member is very welcome to attend as an observer (probably worth checking the meeting date first with either your GSR or by emailing the Intergroup Secretary)

For information about local AA meetings please use the meeting finder HERE. Enter SCOTIA as the region and Borders and East Lothian as the intergroup. For more information about BELI INTERGROUP SERVICE MEETINGS please discuss with your Groupâ??s GSR or you can email the secretary for our area at

Meetings have moved to a Hybrid format

Next Intergroup Business Meeting scheduled for Sunday 4th June at 10am

Hybrid Meeting Face to Face: The Roodlands Community Hall, East Lothian Community Hospital, Alderson Rd, Haddington EH41 3PF

Zoom Meeting ID
Meeting ID: 830 3157 2512
Passcode: BELI2022

Intergroup service officer contacts:
The Chair has the responsibility of convening and conducting our Intergroup meetings
The treasurer is responsible for looking after the intergroup financial affairs, including the 7th tradition and insurance
The secretary is in charge of taking the notes during the intergroup meeting, editing the content and sharing them with the chair and intergroup participants, including GSRs and service officers.
Please contact the safeguarding officer for all matters relating to safeguarding and personal conduct for AA Groups.

Abuse and exploitation in all its forms, some examples of which are listed below, should not be tolerated at any level of the structure; our members have the right to feel secure in meetings and whilst going about AA service / business.

health.bel@aamail.orgLiaison with healthcare professionals and treatment centres. The sole objective is to help the suffering alcoholic.
Our ECLO keeps meeting details up-to-date using information supplied by local members, and manages our intergroup microsite to pass on relevant information. Offering liaison, communication and co-ordination between groups and intergroup.

A Telephone Liaison Officer co-ordinates the working of the Telephone Service, including manning the telephone lines and 12 step resource.

Updated 07.03.23