Subscribers Update July 2020
This will be the format of a standard progress report in the form of a summary of the activities across the group. This is just a summary of activities to keep you abreast.
News from our current campaigns
Hoveton Great Broad
We await the outcome from the EA on the Environment Permit.
We have escalated the position with the EA unable to provide annual fish survey reports with the area director. For more detail
We have agreed to reconvene the access subgroup to work with the Broads Local Access Forum and secure additional angling access across the Broads. For more detail
We have 99% concluded transfer of these assets at Rollesby Broad to the BASG as a community asset..For more detail
We have engaged with Beccles Fenland Charity Trust on the subject of continued angling access along the refurbished quay heading.Once we have gathered the facts we will discuss a way forward. For more info see
We are pleased that this long concerning issue on how to manage this fish toxic alga has reached conclusion and the necessary actions are in place if and when the next outbreak occurs.
For more information
Wensum Working Group
We have made some sound progress on forming a new partnership to look after the Wensum. But this is only the start of a long journey. For the latest update see
What’s going on within our sub groups
Sustain Group Activity
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Fishing across the Broads has again been exceptional, with some very successful festivals held on the Thurne and Bure, whilst many visitors also trying angling for the first time, some clearly needing education on their techniques and methods.
Environment Group Activities
We sent out an update on the 10th July to all our environmental subscribers.
This is available to read from here.
Access Group Activities
We sent out an update on the 15th July to all our access subscribers.
This is available to read from here