As advised by the Environment Agency all club waters will be closed
for 3 days, due to the extremely hot weather, commencing Monday the 18th July until Wednesday 20th July for the welfare of our fish stocks.
Lyne will be closed from Sunday evening.
There's a work party planned for Lyne Lake from 8.00am onwards on Tuesday 20th April
Due to the COVID issues over the last year, there will be a reduction in membership fees (for this year only) as follows:
OAP members: reduction of £10 (now £30)
Women members: reduction of £10 (now £30)
Adult (full) members: reduction of £30 (now £50)
The clubs AGM, due to be held in February this year has had to be cancelled until February 2022 due to Covid restrictions.
The committee has had to take emergency action to keep the existing committee, until the next AGM, in accordance with rules within the clubs Constitution.
Renewals this year will be sent out towards the end of March so if you haven’t received yours by early April, please contact us or download a renewal form from the website.
All club locks and keys will be replaced by the 1st of May, you must send your old key with you renewal for a free replacement otherwise you may be charged.
Following a serious bank collapse on the Creek, near to River Ash, please take extra care when walking in this area.
After consideration of the published regulations, all waters are now open but strict COVID rules must be followed, and no night fishing is permitted.
With the Tier 4 lockdown in force, all waters are closed until further notice
Following the passing away of former club president Arnie Jenkins last year, the family will be scattering his ashes at Siviers Memorial Garden at 1pm on Sunday 27th September.
The following is merely our opinion based on Government advice and has no legal standing, but latest government guidance with regards to COVID-19 for funerals suggests that memorial services, as a belief based lifecycle event, may be held in line with the guidance on Staying alert and safe (social distancing). That interpretation would allow up to 30 people in a public space for the ceremony, in groups of up to 6 but with no mingling of groups, and no more than 6 for any subsequent activities.
With this in mind, and asking people to act responsibly, the family have said that anyone who wants to attend the garden to observe will be welcome but please check the guidance and only do what you believe to be both safe and legal in current circumstances.
Lyne Lake is closed from 2pm to 10pm on 1st June 2020 for the evening match.
The following swims are available at Sivyers:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 43.
And at Erics:
1-17 and 25
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