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9th October 2021
The Society would like to inform all members about the appointment of a new Club Secretary, Mr Oliver Zebedee-Howard and also the appointment of Mr Peter Clarkson as Subscriptions Secretary. I am sure that everyone will give their support to Olly and Peter and wish them all the very best in their new roles.
The Society would like to thank Aaron Beresford and Martin Duffy for all their efforts, previously in these roles.

28th September 2021
The final Senior match of the Summer League took place at Lane Head last Sunday. Tim Clegg won the match which means he becomes the
Club Champion for 2021!! Congratulations go to Tim. Also well done to Eddy Hegarty in 2nd place and Oliver Zebedee-Howard in 3rd place.

4th August 2021
Following the long suspension of our monthly meetings due to the Covid situation, we are pleased to announce that our regular meeting will recommence at the Football & Cricket Club on Tuesday, 7th September at 8pm.

10th May 2021
Junior Matches - This is for all our Junior members out there, both old and new!
On Saturday the 15th May, our Junior matches commence for 2021 up at Lane Head. The full match sheet with draw times can be found on the Match Fishing page. Also for those who are not already on our WhatsApp Group, you are more than welcome to join it (and also Parent/Guardian). Through WhatsApp we will keep you posted of what is going, also a bit of banter and confirm whether or not the match will be going ahead (depending on numbers, weather etc.). Also, on there we post the results and catch pictures (as well as on the website).
To join the group please send your name(s) and mobile number(s) to Nigel Ashworth on 07964 793898.

Please visit our
Junior Match Fishing section on the website.

5th February 2021
Today we have heard the sad news that one of our life members, Mr Ralph Farmer has sadly passed away. Our condolences go out to his family at this very sad time.

25th May 2020
We have had reports from our neighbours at Lane Head that groups of people are gathering on the banks. Whilst it is fine for 1 or 2 people to visit somebody fishing, larger groups are not acceptable, whether they are members or not. We need to show respect for our neighbours and fellow anglers as

22nd January 2019
This is a short appeal to all members to help wherever possible with the problem of predation by cormorants on our waters. We currently have a number of measures in place to deter these birds from landing and taking our fish stock, but the best one by far is people presence. If you have 10 minutes to spare just to walk around our ponds it could make a big difference in protecting our fish.

For more information follow the attached links:-
Cormorants - Protecting Your Fishery
http://www.anglingtrust.net/page.asp?section=1763
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19th September 2018
Have you ever thought about joining the Angling Trust as an individual member? Well now is a great time to do so as they are offering a fantastic deal. Basically you get the cost of your membership back to spend at the
FishingMegastore.com!!! If you are interested click on this….Angling Trust Individual Membership Deal for full details.
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13th June 2018
Please be aware that during matches at Lane Head, cones will be placed halfway up the ramp to the car park to stop access and egress. This is to avoid disturbance at that end of the lake. Also bank walking will not be permitted during the match.
For those wanting to fish the Specimen lake please park on the car park prior to 8am (leaving after 3pm) otherwise you can drop your gear at the gate, turn round using the ramp and park at the top of the lane.


20th December 2016
It has been brought to the committee's attention that some anglers are using more than 2 rods. Please can we remind anglers that a maximum of two rods only are allowed on WVAS waters. This is stated under item .d. of the Appendix in the
Clubs Constitution (Society Byelaws), which states, 'Any number of rods may be set-up, but a maximum of two rods are to be used at any one time’.