We are pleased to attach a copy of the group’s January 2023 meeting minutes, with thanks to group member Lesley for producing them.
November meeting minutes
Attached are the minutes of the November 2021 meeting of the group thanks to group member Lesley for compiling them. At the end of the minutes are some future actions for example the annual carol singing in December, which members may wish to take part in.
Group meeting minutes: July
Minutes of the June 2021 meeting via Zoom
We are pleased to attach a copy of the June minutes thanks to group member Lesley for preparing them. It was a full meeting marked by a decision to end the North Korea campaign which has run for over a decade. The group thanked Tony for his work on this campaign over the years. Although no longer a specific campaign, we will carry out actions from time to time if the opportunity arises.
We had a short meeting this month because the meeting date coincided with the Evensong at the Cathedral. The minutes are attached with thanks to group member Lesley for preparing them.
Meeting minutes – June
The minutes of the group’s meeting on June 13th 2019 are attached thanks to group member Lesley for compiling them.
The next monthly meeting is on May 9th at Victoria Road as usual starting at 7:30. Supporters are very welcome to attend.
Group minutes: March
The minutes of the group meeting in March 2019 are available thanks to group member Lesley for compiling them. A full meeting with several events planned, see the end of them for the list. You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr.
The next group meeting is on Thursday 14th March at 7:30 but in Attwood Road number 28. It will be a busy agenda as we have a lot of things planned at present. All supporters welcome but to note it is a working meeting so there won’t be a speaker. Last month’s minutes are available here.
Minutes of the February 2019 meeting are now available thanks to group member Lesley for preparing them. It was a full meeting and we discussed a wide variety of topics including refugees, the death penalty, North Korea, the threat to human rights in the UK, and future events including a film. At the end of the minutes is a list of forthcoming activities we are planning and if you live in the Salisbury, Amesbury, Downton or Wilton areas and are interested in getting involved, coming to one of these events and making yourself known is the best way to do that.