An informal meet up with CoDA LSER members sharing ideas about ways to kick start the London South East Region Intergroup Committee over a cup of coffee.
A great opportunity to talk to CoDA LSER members from other groups about what works well in their meeting, to discuss regional and local CoDA issues and decide on the way forward. Come along and have a chat, over a cup of coffee and get to know other CoDA members too.
Please inform your groups of this informal event and request they come along.
Come and enjoy a weekend of CoDA recovery and fellowship at Sarum College, a beautiful and serene venue in the grounds of Salisbury Cathedral.
The retreat runs from 6pm on Friday until 3pm on Sunday and is open to men and women.
Food and refreshments are provided.
Accommodation is available on site in comfortable, modern bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms(as required) Day delegates are also welcome.
Dinner is served at 6.30pm on Friday, followed by the Welcome Ceremony.
CoDA meetings take place all day Saturday and Sunday morning, with a social evening on Saturday. Meeting sessions offer a choice of meetings including the 12 Steps, Chairs and a selection of topics which are agreed by delegates on Friday evening.
Residential Accomodation Prices:
Single room with shared bathroom – £168.50
Single room with en-suite bathroom – £232.50
Twin or double room with en-suite bathroom – £373 (£186.50 per person)
NOTE: Residential prices include all meals.
Day Delegate Prices(no accommodation)
£93 for all 3 days (Friday evening, Saturday, Sunday including lunches and dinners)
Spaces are limited and rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Bookings are secured by Credit/Debit card payment only.
For all queries, please contact email@example.com
Further details about the retreat will be emailed to booked delegates closer to the date.
Dietary Requirements: Sarum College can accommodate some special dietary requirements, i.e. vegetarian, vegan and allergies. Please indicate when booking. Other food preferences and intolerances cannot be specifically provided for, but a varied spread is offered at each meal providing lots of choice.
Travelling By Train: Direct trains to Salisbury run from London (1hr 30mins), Southampton, Portsmouth, Bath, Exeter, Bristol and Cardiff. Sarum College is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from Salisbury train station.
Travelling By Car: Free car parking is available on site.
We encourage delegates to lift-share and will send out an email in early March to facilitate this.
Concessions: There are a limited number of places available at a reduced rate for those who are in receipt of certain benefits and, without assistance, would be unable to attend. If you think this applies to you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CoDA Principles and CoDA traditions are observed and only CoDA approved literature is available for sale. For full details of CoDA approval please refer to the CoDA UK section at www.coda-uk.org
New 2020 London Sponsorship Workshop Dates
****NOTE: The date for the March 2020 Sponsorship has been changed to:****
1pm – Saturday 21st March 2020
Please share the latest sponsorship flyer at your meetings, it has further information for all CoDA 2020 sponsorship workshops including future dates. It can be viewed by clicking on this link:
Are you looking for a sponsor?
Are you wondering if you’re ready to be a sponsor?
Are you interested in joining or setting up a step group?
Come along to listen and share your experience strength and hope about being a sponsee, a sponsor or being in a step group.
All our welcome.
Sponsorship Workshop Format:
Two separate CoDA meetings with a 15 minutes break
Only CoDA speakers.
Only CoDA approved literature.
No entrance fee.
7th Tradition collection at each meeting.
Surplus goes to Region.
IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE:
Registration required to attend this event
For health and safety reasons, we have a restriction on numbers permitted for the room.
Some people have been able to find free parking nearby on previous Saturday workshops.
Are you willing to do a 10 minute Chair sharing your experience strength and hope (ESH) on working the steps? Or on being a CoDA Sponsor, or being Sponsored, working in a Step Group or as a Co-Sponsor?