Our bi-annual Taste of Game evening last night was a huge success.
After securing the boundary fence, 18 mallard ducks were released into a secure pond.
According the Oxford English dictionary a scurry is a situation of hurried and confused movement. If you were with us yesterday you might agree with the accuracy. Some dogs hurried, some were confused and all had a splashing good time.
The work party on the pond turned into a dirty days work. Reed pulling and general maintenance was carried out by a number of members last Sunday. Young members got involved by helping on the bank side. A real good start to the clean up was made. Some members took a dip in the pond to cool off, or so they said.
We even had a couple of spectating swans watching over us as we worked.
The auction has now come to an end and all of the winners have been contacted. The auction was only made possible from the kind donations of individuals, small businesses and other wildfowling clubs and organisations. We are very grateful for all of the support we have received. Continue reading
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After the success of the auction it’s time to get down to some dirty work once more.
We have arranged for a foreshore clean up on the 3rd July. If you are interested in giving a helping hand please complete the contact form below.
All of the highest bidders for the auction have now been contacted.
In the event of non payment the lots will be offered to the next highest bidder.
Thank you once again for your support and congratulations to all of the highest bidders.
The auction is now closed.
No further bids will be taken. All winners will be contacted within the week.
Thank you for all of the support.