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Assembly Information

Upcoming Intergroup Assembly Dates

16th January 2018Normal AssemblyBasingstoke - Church Cottage

TBC April 2018Normal AssemblyTBC

Venue details -
Andover :  St. Paul's Church Centre, Smannell Road, Andover , SP11 6JP
Basingstoke :  The Barn, Church Cottage, Church Street, Basingstoke, RG21 7QW
Eastleigh :  Holy Cross Church Hall, 53 Leigh Road, Eastleigh  SO50 9DS
Winchester :  St Peter's Pastoral Centre, 29 Jewry Street, Winchester, SO23 8BW

All Assemblies and conference meetings start at 7:15pm prompt unless indicated otherwise.
There will be a Committee Meeting one week prior to a listed assembly starting at 7:45pm, location TBA.

All Northdown Intergroup committee members, elected officers and Group Service Reps from Northdown AA member groups are required to attend all assemblies.
Any member of AA is welcome to attend an Northdown Intergroup Assembly as a visitor

Only Northdown Intergroup elected officers and Group Service Reps from Northdown AA member groups have voting rights at an Assembly.

Minutes and Other Documents

Copies of the minutes from previous assemblies, along with mini-convention and other flyers, local "Where To Find" and other documents can be found in the Northdown Intergroup Filestore. Note: this area requires a username and password, all GSR's and Intergroup officers and committee members will have this.

The Aims of the Northdown Intergroup are:

To help it's constituent groups in their common purpose of carrying the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic.
By using their combined strength and unity, to improve and maintain good relations with all organisations in the local community.
To provide a regular forum for the sharing of group experience.
To introduce members into areas of specialised service within AA and to elect representatives to membership of the South East Regional Assembly and by so doing, facilitate communication between groups and Region and visa versa.

Above all else Northdown Intergroup will always be guided by the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous, and will do its utmost to safeguard these, being ever mindful of our primary purpose and also of the AA pledge...
"When anyone anywhere reaches out for help, I want AA always to be there and for that I am responsible".

Please note. This information is provided for the benefit of members of Alcoholics Anonymous and must not be used for any other purpose. We ask members of the public to respect our anonymity!_