Ian grew up surrounded by violence. When he lost his first job he was thrown out of home, being told “Don't come back until you have a job”. The Forces were recruiting... so Ian joined up!
When he left the Army, Ian got into contact sports, football violence, robbery, guns and fast cars. Hurting people was not a problem, and he had multiple stretches in prison for ABH, GBH, malicious wounding with intent, firearms etc..
Ian thought he was in really good health until he suffered a massive heart attack aged 45. When Ian was being worked on, a man came and comforted him, talking to him and holding his shoulders down... but eye witnesses said there were only women in the room! Who was this mystery man? Now his life is completely transformed and he's coming to tell all.
27th March 2014, 7:30pm at May Sum Restaurant, 92-98 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham NG1 6LF.
The meeting programme is:
7:30 Meeting opens
8:30 Brief outline of the evening & future events
8:35 Presentation of the vision of FGBMFI Nottingham
8:40 Personal stories of local members
9:00 Ian Gordon speaks
9:45 Ministry at the front for those who want it.
10:00 Official close
This event is open to everyone, without booking, but May Sum charge £10.95 for dinner, with drinks extra.