Category: Meetings

Happy New Year

 The first meetings of 2014 will take place on Thursday 16th in Greenock, and Monday 20th in Paisley.   We look forward to seeing as many members as possible at either group.

 
Category: Meetings

December meetings will be held on Monday 16th (Paisley) and Thursday 19th (Greenock). 

The Paisley meeting are planning a buffet-style lunch, and any members planning on attending, please contact Hazel as soon as possible. 

 
Category: Meetings

The November meetings will take place on

Monday 18th November - Paisley

Thursday 21st November - Greenock

Tuesday 26th November - Evening/Social Meeting Paisley

Paisley's speaker is Oliver Mawdsley from the DWP.  Oliver spoke to the group in May last year, to a very busy meeting - and we are looking forward to welcoming him back to Paisley once again.

 
Category: Meetings

Our September meetings take place on

Monday 16th - Paisley (CHANGE OF VENUE - due to a large event taking place in the Cathedral, this meeting will take place in the Conservatory Area, Canal Station Bar, Stow Brae Paisley) 1.00pm

Thursday 19th - Greenock 11.00am

Tuesday 24th - Paisley (Bi-monthly evening meeting), Canal Station Bar, Paisley 7.00pm

 

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