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AGM and Season 2019/20

The AGM took place as scheduled on Tuesday February 5th 2019 at Willington Cricket Club. Thanks go out to all who attended.

Fees remain unchanged for the coming season except that Honourary Memberships rise to £25 in line with the decision taken at the previous AGM.

Fee collection will take place at Willington Cricket Club on March 5th 2019 between 7:15 pm and 9:30pm, or by post to the secretary, addressed to Shaun O’Dowd. 2, MacMillan Drive, Crook. Please don’t forget to enclose your payment.

Members who are renewing from the current 2018/19 season should use the renewal slip, new members and former members are asked to complete the membership application form. xlxs and pdf versions are available from the membership section of this site at all times and included here for your convenience.

WADCA membership application-2019 20 xlsx

WADAC-membership application -2019 20 pdf

WADAC -membership application -2019 20 JUNIOR xlsx

WADAC-membership-2019 20 JUNIOR pdf

WADAC Renewal Slip 2019 20 xlsx

WADAC Renewal Slip 2019 20 pdf

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AGM

The Annual General meeting of Willington & District Angling Club takes place on the Tuesday 5th February 2019 at Willington Cricket Club commencing at 7:30pm.

Set your reminder now.

Fur and Feathers

Sunday December 2nd sees Tunstall Fly Fishers hosting the Fur and Feathers Fly Fishing Competition in aid of the Solan Conor Fawcett Family Trust. Fished between 9:00am and 3:00pm.

Entry fee is £5 and a prize, with all money raised going to the charity.

Anglers are required to bring along a prize, for example a bottle of wine, box of biscuits  or the like. These will be the prizes to be fished for.

The winner will be the heaviest bag (no bag limit) on the day and will choose first from the prizes available.

There is no need to register, just turn up on the day with a prize and a fiver, support a great charity and enjoy a great days fishing.

Grayling Day : Postponed

We apologise for the late notice but it has been necessary to postpone the Grayling Day arranged for tomorrow, November 11th.

River conditions have deteriorated following recent heavy rain with high levels and coloured water. In the interests of safety and good fishing the decision has made to re-arrange the event for November 25th.

Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Invasive Species Survey

The Angling Trust along with University College London are undertaking a survey looking into Angling and  Invasive species.

The aim of the survey is to understand where anglers are travelling in the UK and abroad, and current levels of awareness of invasive species. The findings will then be used to provide better advice on what you can do to stop them from being introduced into our waters.

The survey should take about 10 minutes  to complete and can be found at

http://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/invasive2018

Stop The Spread

 

More information about invasive species and the Angling Trust’s work in this area can be found through the link below.

https://www.anglingtrust.net/page.asp?section=699