We arrange working parties throughout the year as all our waters require regular maintenance.
Most of the work is a bit like tidying your own garden so quite easy and only requiring sturdy gloves and hand tools, but occasionally we get larger jobs where more specialist equipment and skills are required but we still like members to get involved even if it is only to come and watch.
(See pictures of some projects below).
All sorts of different skills are required for water management and water development.
Here are some pictures of a job done during August 2019 when we replaced the old bridge at Mill House Farm lake.
Hopefully this one will last a few years now, enabling all anglers easier access to the far bank.
The pictures below are from the Scaland Wood improvements during October 2013.
The Club spent a week reinstating and improving the car park (which was then extended further in 2017) that once existed in the 1970's as well as fundamentally renovating the roadside bank, and increasing the water volume at both ends of the pond.
This is the kind of ongoing maintence project you could be involved in.
The pictures below are from Pennybridge Lake, taken during it's development in 1995 and 1996.
The Club spent two years planning, building and stocking this water. The project was so successful that the water has only ever required minor maintenance during the intervening years.
This is the kind of new build project you could be involved in.