How not to miss out

Laura Willoughby MBE, co-founder of Club Soda, will be hosting this week’s webinar on how to stop feeling like you’re missing out. Laura has been alcohol-free for five years and started Club Soda when she felt frustrated by the lack of drinks options for people who aren’t drinking and the attitude towards those who choose to change their drinking habits. Join…

Laura Willoughby: How to stop feeling like you’re missing out
08:00 PM - 08:30 PM
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Free Event

Member Charley is hosting this local meetup at a local institution, Stokes. 12.30PM STOKES DANES TERRACE, LINCOLN,  LN2 1LP Where possible we try to create real-world opportunities for our members to meet, to bring our community closer together and to help you practice the important art of meeting new people and socialising sober. Whether you are…

Lincoln Lunch
12:30 PM - 03:30 PM
Stokes
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Christmas is a stressful time. Together with having to deal with family members and people you don’t usually see, organisation, cooking and somehow “having fun” all at the same time, it’s a lot easier for people to get annoyed with each other. Doing all this while worrying about your drinking as well can make for…

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