Two seminars developed specifically for anglers, angling clubs and fishery owners are to be held on Saturday, October 23 at the Ramada Hotel in Bewdley and Saturday, November 20 at University of Derby. Amongst other things, the seminar will debate whether there is anything wrong with the River Severn - a subject which will be of interest to anyone who fishes this great venue.
Hosted by the National Association of Fisheries and Angling Consultatives, the seminars will be Chaired by Dafydydd Evans, Head of the Environment Agency, and will follow the same format. The seminars start with registration and coffee at 9.30am followed by an opening address from Dafydd Evans.
Issues to be discussed include:
How to make your members' rod licence money work for your club
Cormorants and how to protect your fishery
Fisheries projects on the River Trent
Fishery action plans and how you can get involved in consultation with the Environment Agency...
...and much more!
The meeting closes at 4.00pm and tea and coffee will be served prior to departure.
Tickets cost £5.00 (all inclusive) and are available from:
The NAFAC Office 106 Icknield Port Road Birmingham B16 0AA
or by credit card payment by telephoning 0121 454 2886.