Plymouth Online Meetings

For anybody wishing to attend local AA meetings here are the details below.

(Please note anbody wishing to join you will need to install the Zoom client on the device of your choice.)


AA Monday night Stoke online Meeting
Time: Every Monday - 7:00pm open for a 7.30pm start.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 341 130 133

St Budeaux

Every week on Tue, Thu, Sat,
7pm for 7.30 start...
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 954 175 003


Various AA Articles

I have been sober in Alcoholics Anonymous for 22 years and step five has changed my life forever. The reason why is that I was never right from an early age. I felt like a square peg in a round hole. It seemed like everyone else had the script to life and I didn’t. I was uncomfortable around people and felt like they were trying to have one over on me. I became a victim blaming people places and things for how I felt. Alcohol made me feel comfortable. It smoothed the edges off. Made me feel like I was a part of again, where things did not bother me. I would not listen or take advice. An extreme version self-will run riot.

In my early twenties I was broken. I was crushed by this self-imposed crisis. I could not go on. I was never cut out for a crazy life even though I had some great times I wished for the end. When I arrived in AA I was beaten. My life was in the balance because I had not realised what I was suffering from.



Next meeting of Plymouth Intergroup will be on Sunday 8th October at Onward House, Community centre in Greenbank. Any AA member's are welcome to come along and observe. Doors open at 9:30 with the meeting starting at 10 o'clock.
Vice Chairman
Employment Liaison Officer
Young People's Liaison Officer
Two Region Reps
Convention Convener (Shadow)
Criminal Justic
Public Informtion Officer
Electronic Communiction Liaison Officer

If you are interested in applying for any of the positions advertised or would like more information on a vacant position, please speak to your GSR, contact our website or come to the next Intergroup meeting.

Alcohol and Me - A Message for Young People

Here is a link to the brilliant cartoon message targeted on young people. It is based on the pamphlet in the 'Starter Pack'.

Alcohol and Me - A Message for Young People



South Devon Intergroup Mini Convention 2017
South Devon Intergroup's
FIRST Mini-Convention
Saturday 21st October 2017
St. George's Church Hall, Goodrington, PAIGNTON TQ4 6NG
9.30 for 10am start
AA and Al-Anon speakers
£4 entry * Raffle at 3pm
Free Teas and Coffee's will be served
Bring your own lunch, local shops & eatery's nearby
For info call Hannah 07741415950
West Dorset Open AA Convention 2018 Flyer


AA Service News

Here is link to the latest AA Service News.

AA Service News in PDF: AA Service News.


Advice on Sponsorship

The Government continues to re-iterate the clear message that we must stay at home to protect ourselves, our loved ones, the NHS and those around us.

They have suggested to us through Public Health England (PHE) that :-

Only in exceptional circumstances should an individual sponsor visit a sponsee to provide 1:1 support at home. They should both then follow the same precautions as are required of essential services i.e. stay at least 2m apart in an adequately ventilated area, both wash hands, don't go if either party is showing any symptoms of the virus, don't visit people who are self-isolating because they have COVID 19 symptoms, don't visit those who are being shielded because they are highly vulnerable or if the sponsor themselves is from a vulnerable group.

It is good to know that our work with PHE is recognised in their concern for our wellbeing and their understanding of how we work.

Yours in fellowship and service


Plymouth Online Meeting Details

Monday: One day at a time: Stoke
Start: 7 for 7.30pm
Meeting Link: Zoom
Meeting ID: 341 130 133
Status: Open
Contact: Jim H - 07986 337680

Monday Lee Mill - New Beginnings
Start: 7.30pm - 9pm
Meeting Link: Skype
Status: Closed
Contact: Jon R - 07910 363266

Tuesday St Budeaux (Usually Ladies)
Start: 7 for 7.30pm
Meeting Link:Zoom
Meeting ID: 954 175 003

Tuesday Tavistock Women's Meeting
Please contact the below for meeting details
Karen 07743217739


Conference 2020 April Dates Cancelled

Please read statement from Marc D the Conference Chair.

Dear all,

Over the weekend the Conference Steering Committee discussed the future of Conference 2020
given the current rapidly changing situation regarding the Covid-19 virus and its effects on society.
We considered many options but ended up with just three that we felt were either practical or required
consideration. These were :

1. Continue Conference as is, in April.
2. Cancel Conference and reconvene in 2021.
3. Reschedule Conference to a later date this year.

We considered that potentially there could be no overseas observers and CER Region members due
to travel restriction both here and in their home countries. We also considered that regional delegates
on mainland GB might also pull out with either fear of carrying and passing on the virus as well as
catching the virus once at Conference.


Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Notice

Tradition 12: Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our traditions, ever reminding us to place principles before personalities.

The spiritual substance of anonymity is sacrifice. Because A.A's Twelve Traditions repeatedly ask us to give up personal desires for the common good, we realise that the sacrificial spirit - well symbolised by anonymity - is the foundation of them all. It is A.A.'s proved willingness to make these sacrifices that gives people their high confidence in our future.

From Tradition Twelve, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions



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