Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Back to timetable

If you seem to be having trouble with your drinking, or if your drinking has reached the point of where it worries you, you may be interested to know something about Alcoholics Anonymous and the AA programme of recovery from alcoholism.

What to expect in a meeting:

A chairperson describes the AA program briefly for the benefit of any newcomers to AA in the audience and introduces one, two or three speakers who relate their personal drinking histories and may give their personal interpretation of AA.

Midway through the meeting there is usually a period for local AA announcements, and a treasurer passes the hat to defray costs of the meeting hall, literature, and incidental expenses. The meeting adjourns, often followed by informal visiting over coffee or other light refreshments.

Guests at AA open meetings are reminded that any opinions or interpretations they may hear are solely those of the speaker involved. All members are free to interpret the recovery program in their own terms, but none can speak for the local group or for AA as a whole.

More information is available from ‘AA’ website

AA

 

At Keston Village Hall

We don't add any extras, like; bar charges, kitchen use, corking charges, etc. We charge a one off fee for the time you request.

Please note you are expected to clean up after your selves and leave the building as you would want to find it.

Our hours are:
Morning session 9.00 – 13:00
Afternoon session 14.00 – 17.00
Evening session 18.00 – 00.00

Rates vary per day and session and will be provided on application.

Hirers will be required to sign a booking form which incorporates a standard conditions of hire.

Today Upcoming Events

No upcoming events for today