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South West Fishing For Life at Chew Valley lake near Bristol on 21st April

This coming Saturday 21st April from 2-4pm South West Fishing for Life’ an organisation which provides fly-fishing sessions for people who all have one thing in common – breast cancer are  meeting at  Chew Valley Lake near Bristol, where the scenery is beautiful all the year round. At these sessions the members are able to learn to fly fish under the supervision of qualified coaches. The sessions are provided free of charge, thanks to the help of Bristol waters and the fundraising done by a very committed group of volunteers. As well as learning to fly fish, knot tying, entomology, fly tying and conservation are all included in the programme and each afternoon session is concluded with tea and cakes.

Fly-fishing not only provides gentle relaxing exercise, but in this wonderful atmosphere, refreshes the soul as well.

If fishing is not for you just come along and see what we do and have a chat and a cup of tea. Family and friends are most welcome to come have a cup of tea watch or go for a walk.

This is our 4th group, number 5 is going to be in the Pennines and will start in June.

For more information please look at our web site www.southwestfishingforlife.org.uk or ring Gillian 01398371244

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