Status #7229

It looks like the online activity amongst WA participants has [...]

Roleystone, Western Australia
via FCP - Australia - WA
It looks like the online activity amongst WA participants has exploded in the last few weeks which is fantastic. I think its time to move this forward. Given there is now 41 participants in the metro area I'm not sure whether a get together of everyone is useful or do we just keep it local. Bearing in mind Max's vision is to keep it local or maybe we can do both, local
groups can concentrate on local issues and meet up regularly and maybe all meet up as a Perth group every few months to tackle state and fed issues? ? The only problems i see with a Perth grp is travel for those in the outer suburbs and co ordinating what ever action we decide to take. Views and comments please
Thomas L
Good thoughts. I'm just looking at this stage to meet with any number of people. Perhaps we should organize a meeting and see what comes from like-minded individuals being together.
Monday 15 February 2016, 06:17:29
I think you're right there Willsh,Perth is very sprawled!Maybe we could have a meet up somewhere central to all,then people can decide for themselves which groups are closest and convenient for them,cheers
Monday 15 February 2016, 08:43:56
Yeah thats what i was thinking Mickyg. Its good to see so many becoming active..
Monday 15 February 2016, 08:54:20
Yes Finally,we should organise a meeting for Sunday week,will keep you posted
Monday 15 February 2016, 21:29:07
Sounds good..
Monday 15 February 2016, 22:51:52
Rob H
Maybe we should organise a number of groups based on location with the idea of meeting altogether once we have refined some of our ideas. Not many groups, say 3.
Tuesday 16 February 2016, 14:53:56
Rob H
I will keep Sunday week available (28th Feb)
Tuesday 16 February 2016, 14:54:51
Hi Rob. We are meeting up Sunday 28th at the Elizabethan pub Bedfordale 1pm to 3pm if you can make it. Cheers. Trev..
Sunday 21 February 2016, 06:14:24
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