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Members I have very sad news for you all, one of the founding members of Horizon Mr Fred Wickens sadly passed away on the 6th May 2019, He thought a lot about the club and was one of the main supporters in gaining the casemates in which we are situated and supported the club more than most of you know. He was a man who spoke his mind and was called back to help out the club out of retirement to chair it to get out of a difficult situation. he will be sadly missed and our thoughts go out to his family in this time of great loss and sadness fred wickens RIP 1937-2019

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Thank you to all the Members who turned up at the first BBQ it went down well plenty of food and great company.
The Syndicate Lake now has its gates in operation so anyone fishing outside the farms working Hours will now need a Key Fob to open the security gates, those who wish to now fish the lake your details will need to be placed in the Security Log and flag with allocated fob will be handed out only after a refundable deposit given for the safe return of the Key fob and Flag the following Thursday.
Membership fees need to be paid before you can take part in the Clubs activities, please be advised the end of April is the cut off point after that we will be asking for the £10 rejoining fee.
Anyone wishing to help further within the Club should speak to a committee member, as various posts are available in the sub and main 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 Dave click here
Anyone wishing to help with the design and updating of the clubs website please speak to Dave or use the contact section below anyone outside of the club who may wish to make there stamp in the digital world with expertise in WordPress css and php who wish to help get in touch
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This weekend work party has been cancelled due to weather and lack of response from members. Members The Next work Party will be scheduled for Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th July Hopefully we can get some positive support to remove Lillie’s and do some work on the swim/pegs so they can be clear and free of debris and long grass so we can all use them.
A work Party to clean and clear out the Clubs sheds will be needed all those who wish to help please see Paul or Sue down the clubhouse, Volunteers will be needed to paint and fix the flooring on the new Shed.
Those willing to give up some time to support your clubs waters will be gratefully received, the Usual Bacon roll and Tea/Coffee or cold refreshments for those who take part. we don’t expect miracles just a small amount what ever you can manage as every little bit counts and less for others to do. if you can let the Club Bailiff know by clicking here
We wish to thank all those who supported the Project on the Lakes the addition of fish predation islands and Marginal Islands have made a big difference to our lakes adding oxygenating plants on coir matting that will provide a haven for fish cover and bug life to thrive, A web page will be added ASAP.
big thanks to Paul Bailiff and Sue the associate rep for moving and installing the left over coir matting in the margins adding plant life to the margins between pegs. A big thank you to the Team from the Environment Agency who netted the lake for a fish stock many thanks for all those who assisted in this making the whole process safe and secure for our stock. ================================================================================================
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