July 15th SWFFL we hosted a cookery day at Wimbleball lake with celeberaty chef Ryan Riley from Life Kitchen. He demonstrated recipes for people who have had cancer treatments and struggle with enjoying food again. It was a very enjoyable day and evryone learnt something about taste!
The Cornwall/Siblyback groups lead coach has had to retire due to his health.We ar hoping to find a replacement.
We are always looking for Level 2 coaches to help with the growing groups and volunteers to make cups of tea and chat with people. If you would like to get involved please contact Patrick Chairman email@example.com , Sally fishing co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or Gillian -secretary email@example.com Thank you..
Wimbleball lake 400 acres of water lies like a jewel amidst rolling moor land and thickly wooded areas. This is where South West Fishing For Life was born. In 2008 on a cold but sunny April day we held a Taster Day with just 5 ladies!
As the years have gone by we have grown.
Our days are the first Sunday of each month from 10am-1pm ish! Finishing with a BBQ in the summer and warming soup in winter. We meet out side by the lecture room in the summer and in the winter at Lower Holworthy farm-TA22 9NY close to the lake..
Pip and Charlotte.
Members tying flies.
Mandy and coach Ali.
Wimbleball Lake, Brompton Regis, Dulverton. Somerset. TA22 9NU
Do come and see us, ring Gillian on 01398371244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The above are the committee of all SWFFL groups and Fishing For Life.
Contact: Gillian 01398371244