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Regional Forum Colchester 14th Nov 2019
Thursday 14th November 2019
Quy Mill Hotel, Church Rd, Stow-cum-Quy, Cambridge CB25 9AF
Tea and Coffee from 6:45pm | Meeting starts 7:15pm (9:30pm close)
In association with the Environment Agency
FREE TO ATTEND AND OPEN TO ALL
Abstraction Issues on the River Lark: Ukwuori Fadayiro of The Environment Agency Water resources Team discusses how we balance the needs of consumers and the environment.
Angling Trust Head of Freshwater Open Questions: The Angling Trust's Mark Owen gives an update on how the new Environment Bill offers threats and opportunities for our rivers and lakes
Improving & Protecting Fisheries: Local Environment Agency Fisheries Team presentation outlining the work being done locally to improve your river and stillwater fisheries in Cambridgeshire and surrounds.
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Some clubs have received letters from an anti fracking compagin group and have asked what is the Angling Trust policy on this.
I have received a copy from Martin Salter of an open letter to the minster of state signed by all the Environmental Governing Bodies on this matter. Which can used to respond to this type of correspondence.
AT East of England Forum Chair
Angling Trust East of England Fisheries Forum November 15th 2017
Chesterton Sports Centre
Gilbert Road, Cambridge, CB4 3NY
Tea, Coffee and Biscuits served from 6.40pm - Meeting begins 7.00pm
In Association with The Environment Agency
This meeting is open to all anglers and fishery owners and is free to attend