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Anglers may get more lochside facilities in national park

Anglers may get more lochside facilities in national park

Posted 15 November 2012
New facilities for anglers may be one of the positive outcomes of the new Five Lochs Visitor Management Plan in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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Fishing boost on the Broads

Fishing boost on the Broads

Posted 24 September 2012
New fishing platforms have been installed on a stretch of the River Waveney in a boost to Anglers who like to fish in the Broads Authority area.
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Funding boost for Scottish national parks

Funding boost for Scottish national parks

Posted 28 June 2012
Scotland's national parks are to benefit from more public funding - which is good news for walkers, riders and anglers.
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Lake District eyes up fresh World Heritage bid

Lake District eyes up fresh World Heritage bid

Posted 27 June 2012
The Lake District is gearing up for a new attempt to gain Unesco World Heritage status.
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Broads development may affect anglers

Broads development may affect anglers

Posted 9 May 2012
The Broads Authority is to take over responsibility for navigation on a stretch of water previously looked after by the port authorities in Great Yarmouth.
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Irish lake 'top fishing trip'

Irish lake 'top fishing trip'

Posted 3 April 2012
Those holidaying in Ireland may enjoy a lake as famous for its fishing as it is for its history.
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Government confirms new waterways body funding

Government confirms new waterways body funding

Posted 1 February 2012
The government has unveiled a package of grants for the new charity that will look after the waterways many people like to fish in.
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National Park rangers receive new grants

National Park rangers receive new grants

Posted 23 January 2012
The Cairngorms National Park Authority has agreed a new funding package for its ranger service.
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Go Outdoors activity site to champion outdoor activities

Go Outdoors activity site to champion outdoor activities

Posted 23 November 2011
Go Outdoors is launching a new website for outdoor lovers looking for adventure, offering thousands of things to do and places to stay.
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Fishing tackle users get last chance for Windermere say

Fishing tackle users get last chance for Windermere say

Posted 30 June 2011
Those who love to go fishing on Windermere have been reminded of a big chance to further the interests of anglers using the lake.
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Anglers given chance for lake say

Anglers given chance for lake say

Posted 13 May 2011
Anglers may be among those keen to meet the Windermere Lake User Forum in a public drop-in session on May 21st.
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Waterways consultation may interest fishing tackle users

Waterways consultation may interest fishing tackle users

Posted 31 March 2011
Those who like to go fishing may wish to have their say in a public consultation over the creation of a body to replace British Waterways.
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Fishermen get monster boat offer

Fishermen get monster boat offer

Posted 24 February 2011
Anglers with cameras could be in line to get a free year's boating on Windermere - provided they make the wildlife discovery of the century.
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English Nessie caught on camera?

English Nessie caught on camera?

Posted 17 February 2011
Those who like fishing in the Lake District may want to be on the lookout for something a bit larger in the water, after a "monster" was sighted in Windermere.
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Fishing rods users may benefit from Lakes initiative

Fishing rods users may benefit from Lakes initiative

Posted 5 January 2011
A new water quality initiative for Windermere may be of benefit to those who love fishing in the Lake District.
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Walking 'will still be encouraged' despite cuts

Walking 'will still be encouraged' despite cuts

Posted 21 December 2010
The Lake District will still maintain its priority services despite government cuts, its chief executive has pledged.
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Consultation announced on national parks

Consultation announced on national parks

Posted 10 November 2010
A public consultation has been launched on the way national parks in England are managed.
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Lakes seeks to cut car use

Lakes seeks to cut car use

Posted 2 November 2010
A conservation body is set to hold a meeting aimed at making tourism in the Lake District less car-dependent.
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Waterways body welcomes own abolition

Waterways body welcomes own abolition

Posted 15 October 2010
News that British Waterways is to be axed and replaced with a charitable trust have been welcomed … by the outgoing quango itself.
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Appeal for ideas over Lake District wetland

Appeal for ideas over Lake District wetland

Posted 13 October 2010
Anglers may want to contribute to a discussion next month on the future of an area of wetland in the Lake District.
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