News headlines May 13
17.04.13 Angling Trust representative appointed to the Broads Authority Environment Secretary Owen Patterson, has appointed two new members to the Broads Authority, the organisation which provides the national voice and has strategic responsibility for conservation, recreation, navigation, planning and access in the Broads.
12.04.13 Gove Urged to Save Environmental Education from the Chop The Angling Trust has expressed its concern about proposals by the Education Secretary Michael Gove to remove requirements to teach pupils about the need for conservation of the environment.
11.04.13 Help us to make 2013 an exciting year for angling!
This month the Angling Trust begins an ambitious four year programme of
work to get more people fishing and we need the support of fisheries,
clubs, coaches and volunteers to help make this a success.
27.03.13 European Reports Highlight Scale of Cormorant Impact on Fish The Angling Trust is highlighting two reports from Europe that show that numbers of cormorants across Europe are their highest for 150 years. The studies further strengthen the case for action to be taken to protect fish stocks in the UK from unsustainable predation by cormorants.
23.03.13 Fish stocks on the Severn and Teme: Radio 4 Interview with Angling Trust Regions Coordinator John Cheyne
Angling Trust Regions Coordinator John Cheyne has spoken out for anglers
on the Severn and Teme in an interview with BBC Radio 4 on Farming
Today. Listen to the interview which starts at 29secs.
Read our letter to the Environment Agency about this issue HERE