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Angling Trust Thames (Oxfordshire) Fisheries Forum February 27th 2018


This meeting is free to attend and open to all. It is aimed at ALL freshwater anglers, Coarse and Game. It is a key opportunity to hear about the work of the Environment Agency and Angling Trust and is a chance to tell them what YOU think their priorities should be. Plus updates from key organisations in your area.

Thames (Oxfordshire) Fisheries Forum Invitation

Angling Trust Thames (Oxfordshire) Fisheries Forum
February 27th 2018
The Lambert Arms
London Road, Aston Rowant, OX49 5SQ

Tea, Coffee and Buffet 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


John Cheyne, National Regions Manager for Angling Trust, will give AT campaign updates and host the close season debate.
Stuart Keable of the Environment Agency will give an update on work being done locally by the Fisheries & Biodiversity Team.
Your questions, ideas and opinions! During the meeting there will be plenty of time to ask the speakers questions, suggest ideas and make your opinion known.

Source: Angling Trust

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