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Charity open 2019
Added on August 19, 2019

Charity open 2019

This seasons Charity open match was fished on Richardson lake which was in a dour mood for the match fished by 26 competitors in the early rain but fortunately it brightened up later with the fishing improving in the last hour or so. Steve Moore on peg 19 won with 28.2.0 and promptly donated his £80 winnings to the charity. Charlie Salmon on peg 28 feedered his way to 21.10.0 and second from third placed Mark Shaw also on the feeder in peg 3 with 19.0.0. Colin Underwood on 11 took fourth with 18.0.0. Sections were 1-21 Andy Rogers (5) 17.8.0 and 26-53 Stuart Kendall (30) 13.10.0. Organiser Roy Fiander is to be congratulated having  raised including his curry night takings and donated winnings on the day £725 for the Headway charity this year. The donation was gratefully received by Rowena Tyler from Headway who also presented the trophy to Steve.

Charity open match on Richardson lake Sunday 18th August
Added on August 09, 2019

Charity open match on Richardson lake Sunday 18th August

This seasons Charity match is being held at Marsh Farm Richardson lake on Sunday 18th August and we hope all the competitors make it another great match and day as per previous years gone by. Fees on the day are £20 with £10 going to the charity, enter via the Match booking line 01483 415386 or contact Roger or Roy. I am sure Tony Corpes ( Who donated all his winnings to the Charity on the day last year) will not let his championship go very easily but we hope you all have a great day out in aid of a very worthy cause. Draw is 8-30 am at the lake and fishing is 10am until 3-30pm started on an air horn by Roy Fiander who's efforts make this event happen each year. If you are unable to fish but still wish to donate something to the cause be it monies or a raffle prize the guys at the on site Apollo shop will take it and pass it on to Roger or Roy

This year all monies are going to Headway (Surrey) and all the money raised today will be pooled together with the money collected on Curry night in early July.

The Headway team  treat people who have either had a traumatic brain injury or a Hypoxic Brain injury The first type of Brain Injury is normally occasioned on an impact injury such as a vehicle ,sports , trauma or a large impact to the Head , Hypoxic brain injury is caused by lack of oxygen from a cardiac Arrest , drowning , choking and many other types of traumas .So please dig deep as you normally do please anglers you never know who could be next ?

Roger Howe as ever will run the match on the day and i really do appreciate his help running the match as this is so dear to my heart, thanks to you Roger for being the main man as usual on the day. Thanks also to the Godalming Angling Society committee who donate the lake and facilities free of charge on the day.

Broadwater mens toilet closed (ongoing refurbishment) until end January, ladies open 7am-7pm for all
Added on January 06, 2019

The Broadwater mens toilet will be closed until the end of January for the ongoing refurbishment work. Refurbished toilet will be open again from Friday 1st February. 

During the closure period the ladies toilet will be left unlocked and open for all to use from 7am to 7pm each day. 


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