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South West Fisheries Forum - Chippenham Wiltshire - Wednesday September 5th 2018

Submitted by jane on August 9, 2018 - 2:06pm
All anglers are invited to the Angling Trust South West Fisheries Forum at Chippenham, Wiltshire
 
Taking place on Wednesday September 5th 2018
 
at Biddestone Village Hall, Yatton Road, Biddestone SN14 7BZ
  
Tea & Coffee served from 6.45pm - Meeting begins 7.00pm
  
In association with the Environment Agency
  

World Fishing Day on 23rd June 2018

Submitted by jane on June 5, 2018 - 1:07pm

The first ever World Fishing Day is on 23rd June 2018.

Fishing TV are launching the event after research reveals fishing is one of the life skills modern dads are no longer teaching their children. They hope to unite the angling community, bring more people into the sport and highlight environmental issues

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Fishing TV Survey Results - Life skills Dads no longer teach their Children

Submitted by Mandi on April 24, 2018 - 8:28pm

RESEARCH REVEALS 30 LIFE SKILLS MODERN DADS NO LONGER TEACH THEIR KIDS......  

How to read a map, how to fish and how to polish shoes, are just some of the life skills modern dads are no longer teaching their children, according to a new study.

Researchers took an in depth look into the things the nation's fathers do and - more importantly don’t - teach their children, with lighting a fire safely, playing conkers and even riding a bike making the list of skills that we’re not teaching the younger generation with some skills falling by the wayside.

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