Some useful Safety Apps for your phone

With the new season now under way members may like to check that their ICE (In Case of Emergency) number is active and up to date on their mobile phones.

Another useful safety app available free of charge from your phones App Store is the “what3words” app. This app allows you to send your current location at a press of a button to whoever you choose. Why not check it out?

River Wear: TAS Reciprocal Agreement

Tyneside Anglers Syndicate (TAS) have now come out of the fishing at Low Grange Farm and this sadly means that the mutually beneficial reciprocal agreement both parties have enjoyed for many years has now come to an end. This means that under no circumstances must FFFC members fish the Meadow water. The Meadow lies between the fence at the downstream end of the wood at Low Grange and Moorhouse Woods. 

Fenton: Please take care

Our Bailiff's report that the winter floods have changed some of the pools and the bank conditions in places at Fenton. So please take care when you visit. Don't assume river bed and conditions are the same as last year. Thank you.

Thornton Steward: New Day Ticket Outlet

Anyone purchsing day tickets for Thornton Steward should be aware that that in addition to the usual outlets these are now available from Thornton Grange, No Mans Moor Lane, Thornton Steward HG4 4BQ (next to the Water Treatment Works). Available 7 days a week. See Fishing page "Thornton Steward" for further details.

All Systems Go from March 29th

We have just received confirmation from the Angling Trust that all forms of angling including night fishing, charter boat angling and match fishing will be able to resume from March 29th under new Covid guidance for the return of outdoor sports and recreation in England. This also means that the "stay at home" restriction will be lifted then as well. Full details can be found on the Angling Trust Website here:https://anglingtrust.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/FISHING-FROM-MARCH-29.pdf

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