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Wimbledon Friday Newcomers: How It Works
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Meeting starts Each FRIDAY at 7pm until 8.15pm. Tea/Coffee available from 6.30
Drake House, 44 St George's Road, Wimbledon
All meetings are open to all have a desire to stop drinking.
Should a supportive partner or friend wish to accompany you, this is okay.
This meeting is specifically aimed at 'newcomers' and those in their early days, is entirely non-restrictive and of course is open to all AA's.
We discuss issues of early sobriety and share our experience, strength and hope of what it was like, what happened and what its like now.
We recognise AA landmarks and anniversaries with 'Sobriety Chips'.
Especially for those well earned 24 Hours, 30 days, 60 days, 90 days and on to 1 year, 2, 3 etc.
All gained by everyone in AA - just one day at a time!
Wimbledon BR/Tube approx 5 mins walk. St Georges Road is on the opposite side to Tube/BR (as is WH Smiths, Waterstones, Cargo) and St Georges Road is first on the left past these stores. NatWest is on the corner. Drake House is several hundred yards towards the end of St Georges Rd (past the Community Centre) and just beyond where the road itself bends. Drake House is beyond the vehicular bollards on the right
We look forward to extending you the same warm welcome that we all received.
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