Saturday, 27 September 2008 12:31

Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club

Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club

The Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club was formed to encourage people with disabilities to fish. This includes those who used to fish and those who want to try it for the first time.

Their equal oportunity policy makes disability include any loss of facilty due to the passing of time. The club boasts three licensed coaches.

Your £5.00 per year membership entitles you to free tuition. Non members can be taken out for training sessions but the coaches ask for a donation (cash or kit) to the club.

They have a couple of special venues apart from cheap membership of MKAA and access to all their waters.

Carers are welcome and if they join are entitled to the same facilities as their charges.

For more information about Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club, please contact:

David Lewis
3 Wallingford
Milton Keynes
MK13 7DN

Tel / Fax: 01908 321662

Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club Coaches:

David Lewis:

David has been coaching various sports since 1985 and angling since 2006. He covers the North Buckinghamshire area and specialises in introducing disabled newcomers to angling or those who wish to return to the sport they did when fit.

His coaching qualifications inclue the sport4all level 2 coaching certificate in coarse angling, the adult education teaching certificate and NVQ assessor. As well as this he is a qualified first aider.

Contact David:

Tel: 01908 321662
Mobile: 07831 831501

Nuala Gray:

Awaiting details

Larry Harris:

Awaiting details

Source: Milton Keynes Disabled Angling Club

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