02. April 2021 - 16:00
Galeri Caernarfon
United KingdomGwyneddCaernarfon

AA Big Book Seminar April Wales (12 Meditations & 12 Prays) 2021, Galeri Caernarfon, Friday, 02. April 2021

We are very fortunate to have two main eminent guest speakers

( More Info To Follow Main Speaker Confimred Updating when we know more)

Dave.F & TBC  from

Home Group: 

The 12 daily Prayers, Meditations & VisionsI was taught by old time AA’s that: The Big Book gives us three major Spiritual tools: Prayer, Meditation & Vision and these three instructions arealways listed in the text together; And, all three different components should be taken in concert.1. Anywhere the Big Book says to “Ask”, Bill Wilson is talking about us praying with God.2. In conjunction with our Prayer, we think deeply [meditate] upon what it might look like to replace the negativeattributes or possess the positive attributes we are asking God to bring into our lives. Often times our mind will bring up instances where we previously failed to practice these Spiritual principles. If it does, we simply think about what we should have done instead in that situation. Our attention is on the positive, not the negative & we are careful not to drift into worry, remorse or morbid reflection. 86:1.3. Lastly, we focus upon what would look like if we were to **** this type of situation today. We get a “mental movie” in our minds eye [vision] of how we should act today if we were to **** an opportunity to practice these Spiritual Principle in our lives. What would God’s will be & how would God want us to act, if we were to **** this exact same situation TODAY? This ‘movie” offers us a new way to respond in the future instead of reacting in our normal, dysfunctional way. Once we have it, we don’t have to change it until/unless we screw it up. If we do, we just tweek our last vision to include what we screwed up on and use the new improved vision going forward.

Seminar Details:

I. The purpose of this seminar  is to meet individuals where they are regarding understanding the Three Legacies of Unity, Recovery, and Service.  The scope of the workshop is 12 Traditions, 12 Steps, and 12 Concepts.  Its objective is to dispel the misunderstandings and ignorance regarding the Three Legacies and how they operate individually and collectively. This will be achieved through the use of two methods in the workshop:

1. Co-Chaired Sessions – Dave F.  and TBC. of the TBC Group of Alcoholics Anonymous we will be facilitating the discussions.  

2. Audience Participation – During portions of the workshop, participants will be asked to contribute experiences relating to the workshop topic.

II. Formatting for each method:

(a) Questions regarding the information being reviewed are more than welcomed and are actually encouraged to ensure the information is thoroughly covered.  The TBC requests that any comments be framed into the form of a question.  Questions are limited to the scope and objective topic being discussed.  Co-Chairs may terminate questions of an inappropriate nature.  This is not an act of censorship.  It is an effort to keep the workshop focused on the scope and objective. 

2. Audience Participation – 

(a) Participants will be asked to write experiences which will be used to demonstrate what the Three Legacies are actually used for.

(b) Moments of the workshop will consist of participants presenting their experience before the group.  This will not be a requirement for anyone in attendance.  Participation is purely voluntary.  


Many believe these workshops are boring lectures… many are.  Members of The Unfortunates have personally attended many that were a waste of time where the whole workshop consisted of people reading word for word from literature that could have been read on your own.  The Unfortunates have been taught by Three Legacy tacticians on how to have great excitement not only for ourselves but how to transmit this passion for Unity, Recovery, and Service to others.  This is a really engaging and fun way to learn about the very Principles that are supposed to unite AA but are now considered mysterious ancient doctrine from old AA.  Finally, the more newcomers who attend the better.  Having testimony from people who have just walked in and share their AA experience is the best view to use as a compass.

Studio, Galeri Caernarfon, Doc Victoria, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales LL55 1SQ

The venue is in a nice little theatre overlooking the beautiful menai straights in shadow of Caernarfon Castle.

Friday 5.00pm until 21.45pm 


Experiance, Strenght & Hope -  TBC


The 12 Medetions & 12 Prays  Workshop With Dave.F & TBC 


Fellowship Meal In Fu's Chinese Resturant (3 Min Walk From Venue)

Saturday 9am until 17.00pm

9am - 12pm

The 12 Medetions & 12 Prays  Workshop With Dave.F & TBC 

Lunch Break 1 Hour

Food Option Coffee Shop, Resturant On Site & Morrisons Close By.

1pm - 2:00pm


2pm - 5pm The 12 Medetions & 12 Prays  Workshop With Dave.F & TBC 

Fellowship Meal Tickets On Sale On The Day

Sunday 10:00am until 15:00pm 

The 12 Medetions & 12 Prays  Workshop With Dave.F & TBC 

Accommodation is available extremely close to the venue:

 Black Boy Inn   (4 Star Hotel)  Price Per Room £70 per night Including Bed and Breakfast, Double or Twin room. 

Promo Code (TBC)  Book Via Website Only      (TY DRE Building)

Visit hotel website to book this speical price package only 5 minutes away from venue.

Glyndwr Bunk House, High Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, Wales

 01286 238280           £20pnpp      Promo Code (PPG)       Book Via Phone ONLY          

Speical Rate Set Up Call  01286 674477         AAConvention Book Direct Over Phone Only    (£85)

We visited the Celtic Royal for a couple of nights in March 19 with the objective of walking around Snowdonia. Great hotel with really pleasant and professional staff. Our room was spacious, comfy and adequately equipped. Leisure facilities were good, large pool with sauna and steam rooms, reasonably equipped gym. Breakfast was quality and plentiful. Evening meals were excellent and good value. Varied and interesting menu, generous proportions and superbly cooked.

By car ,   AA route planner

From London allow 5 hours for your journey.

Exit the M6(J20) onto M56. Follow signs for North Wales / Queensferry onto A55. Exit A55(J9) onto the A487, following signs for Caernarfon.

The Galeria is located within the medieval town walls between Caernarfon’s Castle and Victoria Dock.

By rail ,  Trainline.com

Just 15 minutes’ drive from Bangor mainline railway station, there is a taxi rank and bus service to Caernarfon available at the  station entrance.

Bangor station is served by trains from Chester,Liverpool, Crewe, Manchester Airport, London Euston, Cardiff and Holyhead.

From London Euston it is just 3.20 hours. Direct trains at certain times of day.  (Virgin Trains). For train times and fares, call 08457 48 49 50.

By air   Ryanair, Easyjet, WhizAir, Scandanevan Airways, Jet2Airways

Anglesey Airport is only 24 miles away via the A55 and provides weekday links to Cardiff, South Wales.

Caernarfon Airport is less than 6 miles away and has a terminal open for private aircraft.

Liverpool John Lennon airport is just 90 miles away via the M56, A55 and A487. Bus To Liverpool Centre, Then Train To Bangor Or Hire A Car

Manchester airport is 98 miles away via the M56, A55 and A487. Hire A Car Or Train Direct From Airport.

By sea .   Stenaline , Irish Ferries

Easily reached from Ireland via the port of Holyhead, and an excellent road network. From Holyhead take the A55 leaving J9 (first exit after Britannia Bridge) onto the A487, following signs for Caernarfon.

Foot passengers, onward travel is available from Holyhead to Bangor by train and takes 30 minutes, and then Bangor to Caernarfon by bus 20 minutes.

Call Gary.E  (+44(0)7766502416)

Friday, 02. April 2021, Galeri Caernarfon, AA Big Book Seminar April Wales (12 Meditations & 12 Prays) 2021

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