Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled

- PROMOTING THE SPORT OF ANGLING FOR THE DISABLED -

    

   
Announcements


Announcement

approved by the Chairman and has not asked the Treasurer to remove any statement but has asked it to be added to with the statement below.

As you are all aware Mr John Knight (JJ) and his Father has left the Club of their own free will no one push coerced or wished them to depart, despite the several Facebook comments to the contradictory he has posted. Anyone wishing to view or know reason why he and his father decided to leave (on their own accord) or to read the minutes containing the two page victimisation of another member and the clubs professionally produced reply to this complaint to Mr J Knight from the full Committee. Please do not make judgments till you have read all the facts as the chairman and committee wishes you all to decide on the full facts. Thank you for your assistance on this unwarranted and unnecessary matter.

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Please take five minutes to look at our Sponsors Here!

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Big thank you for all the members who supported the BBQ and raffle. as normal it was great some new faces and old were at the BBQ. Big thank you to Dennis for managing the fire pit by himself tonight a job well done and kept the food coming smoothly. well done to Sue n Paul for winning the £20 Tesco Voucher and to the rest for participating in the raffle and those who won the prizes. the whole process went very smoothly and everything was cleared away in record time. thank you all.

Members We have setup another Trip to the Coloured Ponds for Sunday September 16th

See Derek or Sue Please as spaces are going fast. after members enjoyed the last annual trip to the MBK coloured Ponds Rake, on Sunday 1st it has been a success over the past three years and hope it was fun day for all to catch some nice specimens on two lakes exclusive to us HorizonDAC. Sue Hopkins won the day details Here.

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Syndicate Lake info and updates news etc click the button Click Me
Please feel free to put any questions to any of the committee team. It's a Members not for profit Charity/club and the team want to run it for the benefit of you, the members. Let's hear from you.
So Anyone wishing to help further within the Club should speak to a committee member, as various posts are available like Fundraisers and other Committee posts or in the sub Committee status. Volunteers are always welcome from outside of the club if anyone finds they have a spare few hours and enjoy Angling or just have time to help with Admin duties, please contact The Committee click here

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Our thoughts go out to Our Members who are Incapacitated or Poorly to send them best wishes please visit this page as they will appreciate an email or two.

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 A big thank you to those members who turned up and helped at the work party 8th July, a lot of work was done by all and the committee is very proud of all who spent sunday morning helping out the club.
AGM page of the work force pictures work party here
 

Lates Wetwheels trip Click Me

 

Next Work Party (weather permitting) Saturday 8th September

If you have an Hour or more to spare then support your Club this winter by helping out clear some debris from the Lakes and banks leading to a safer more comfortable Angling experience, so rather than leave it to someone else come along and help out. The committee does not wish to make it mandatory within the rules as we would prefer it to be voluntary, so please don't leave it to someone else to do as they are our Lakes and need maintenance to be kept pristine and safe not only for us but the Disabled and Able alike who fish them, and would like to keep it that way.

Please let us know by using the "click Me" button below if you wish to attend as we supply Tea/Coffee or cold drinks if you prefer and Bacon Rolls to those who turn up, as every little helps keep it safe for others.   click Me

OUR TEAM

Meet the team behind Horizon Angling for the Disabled, empowering the disabled to take part in angling.

Chairman

Mr Fred Monck

Vice Chairman

Mr Richard Newnham

Treasurer

Mr Dave O'Donnell

Secretary

Mrs Jan Horton

Club Bailiff

Mr Paul Parkin

Associate Representative

Mrs sue O'Donnell

Head Club Bailiff

Mr Dominic Haines

Match Organiser

Mr Derek Wood

Biography

Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled is a Registered Charity that is involved in many aspects of fishing for the disabled angler and abled bodied angler alike, in addition the club is also involved in many aspects of Coarse fishing, Fly fishing and Sea angling. The club runs matches throughout the summer Months for top weight and best specimens in a friendly manner. We meet every Thursday between 16:30pm and 19:30pm (winter Months vary) at our modest clubhouse, Unit 11/12 Bastion 3, Scott Road Hilsea, Portsmouth PO3 5JH. We have our own Private Lakes that hold a good head of large Carp, bream and Tench, The club holds exchange tickets with several local coarse fishing clubs. The club also organizes a "Try Fly Fishing" day as well as organizing sea angling from the local pier and from local wheelchair accessible charter boat at a reduced cost to our members Pop down and enjoy a chat or a drink everyone is welcome. Member of the Information Commissioner's Office https:www.ico.org.uk

Personal Info

  •   07913 126021
  • No Correspondence this is not a Postal Address: Unit 11/12 Bastion 3, Scott Road Hilsea, Portsmouth PO3 5JH
  •   Correspondence Address: Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled C/O 47 Sharps Rd PO9 5QJ.
  • info@horizondac.co.uk.
Match Information

To all Members

 
  • Days

  • Hours

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Until next Meeting on

Tuesday 28th August Hambrook carp Fisheries Mike Palmer remembrance event

Tuesday 04th September Three Oaks fisheries

Sunday 16th September MBK Coloured Ponds Members only

Wednesday 19th September Hambrook

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In 2018 we will run the Coarse Match Meeting Competition League Points and Weights) which is open to all fishing members whether Full or Associate. There will again be a weekend League called The Havant Lakes Cup, again open to all members. Points will be awarded in events in 2018 as follows:-

First place 10 points

Second 5 points

Third 2 points

And 4th spot. 1 point

Plus 1 point for attending and 1 bonus point for best fish of the day.

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To help prevent the transfer of disease between waters, please remember to dip your nets, mats and slings in disinfectant tanks where provided, and to dry nets, mats and slings before going on your next session.

 

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Please follow any instructions given by on-site Bailiffs and Match Organiser and remember to take all litter home after fishing.

All Matches held at Hambrook are Carp Matches two rods and all other fish count to weight in overall weight league not on the day

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For more information, ask Derek using the form below

Coarse Match Fishing Organiser Horizon Angling Club for the Disabled

For Match Fixtures and Updates Page Click Here

Testimonial

When the Horizon Angling Club for the disabled first contacted WetWheels in 2015 it was always going to be the perfect partnership. The Horizon AC ticked all the boxes for our WetWheels operation. A group of enthusiastic, friendly and down to earth guys who love their boat fishing going out on our fully accessible power catamaran with an owner and skipper who also love fishing was always going to work. We at WetWheels have been looking for a club just like Horizon to use our specialist facilities on board and now we are looking forward to many more successful fishing trips in 2016 and beyond.

GEOFF HOLT

CEO Wetwheels
So welcoming and they couldn't be more helpful. I can drop my disabled husband there, knowing they will help him if he needs help. And it's great for him to be amongst like minded people, enjoying the outdoors.

PAM PALMER

Members Loving Wife
not listening to the club instructor ended up with this poor fella having a hook bum as it is known in the sport.

Anon Member

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Membership Details

Horizon Angling club for the Disabled yearly Fee's

Full members (Disabled)

£ 30 / Yearly
  • New Members pay a one off £10 fee for the club Badge, ID-Card and admin .
  • fees payable 1st April to 31st following year discounted at 6th monthly only.
  • (subject to change at committee's discretion)

Associate Fishing Member.

£ 35 / Yearly
  • New Associate fishing Members pay a one off £10 fee for the club Badge, ID-Card and admin .
  • fees payable from 1st April to 31st March following year discounted at 6th monthly only. (subject to change at committee's discretion)
  • All Associate Members are subject to selection to the Committee and as a requirement of Joining must assist in some if not all Work Parties throughout the year on the private lakes also assist if required in transferring Full members equipment if they cannot do so themselves, and/ or assist in the safe landing of any catches due to a full member not being able to manage it in a safe and timely manner on events they fish at alongside full members.

Associate Only Member .

£ 10 / Yearly
  • New Associate fishing Members pay a one off £10 fee for the club Badge, iD-Card and admin .
  • fees payable from 1st April to 31st March following year discounted at 6th monthly only.
  • (subject to change at committee's discretion)
  • All Associate Members are subject to selection to the Committee and as a requirement of Joining if possible assist in some if not all Work Parties throughout the year on the private lakes also assist if they attend matches or the lakes in transferring Full members equipment if they cannot do so themselves (only if they can do so safely without causing harm to themselves).

Junior Fishing Members

£ 15 / Yearly
  • New Junior fishing Members pay a one off £10 fee for the club Badge, iD-Card and admin .
  • fees payable from 1st April to 31st March following year discounted at 6th monthly only. (subject to change at committee's discretion) parent/guardian must countersign form.
  • All Junior Members are subject to selection to the Committee and as a requirement of Joining must have an Adult Family member to fish or are responsible onsite for them as the nature of our club we cannot take responsibility of any person under the age of 16 years of age. we do apologise for this but under the new DBS rules we are not prepared to take responsibility for a youth under 16 as members being primary of Disabled membership.
Horizon Angling Blog

HAMBROOK MATCH RESULT

10 members contested the latest Carp Match at Hambrook on Tuesday. Sue Parkin won with 20lbs 10ozs of carp, Derek Wood was 2nd with 7lbs 10ozs, Colin O’Mara was 3rd with 6lbs 12ozs and Aaron Norgrove in 4th spot with 2lbs 9ozs. Biggest Fish Bonus Point went to Sue for her 8lbs 3oz common....

HAMBROOK MATCH RESULTS

The latest Carp Only match was won by Sue Parkin with 3 carp for 17lbs 10ozs. Derek Wood was 2nd with 6lbs 8ozs, Mike Waite was 3rd with 5lbs 14oz and Aaron Norgrove was 4th with 4lbs 11ozs. Biggest Fish Bonus Point went to Sue for her 7lbs 6ozs common. 12 members fished. Sent...

HAVANT MATCH RESULT

Scorching conditions greeted the 12 members who fished the latest Weekend League Match. Winner was Mike Waite 4lbs 3ozs, 2nd was Gary Barham 2lbs 8ozs, and 3rd was Andy Farrell with 11ozs. Best Fish Bonus Point went to Gary for his lovely 2lb 8oz Crucian

THREE OAKS MATCH RESULT

With some members missing this match due to work and other commitments, 6 members enjoyed plenty of fish. Denis Bloodworth ran out winner with 18lbs 12ozs, Derek Wood was 2nd with 15lbs 4ozs, Alan Wood 3rd with 12lbs 6ozs and Mike Waite 4th with 4lbs 7ozs. Biggest Fish Bonus Point went to Alan for...