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HELPING TO PROTECT FISH AND FISHERIES

Fri 19th Aug 2016

We need your help!

A new scheme, the Voluntary Bailiff Service (VBS), is all about supporting local people who can keep a watchful eye on their local river, helping to protect fish, fisheries and the water environment.

Poaching and fish theft is a primary concern for all anglers, protecting fish and fisheries is crucially important to all of us and VBS provides a unique opportunity for us all to get involved and play our part.

The VBS scheme trains up local people to become Volunteer Bailiffs and the Yorkshire Esk Rivers Trust is keen to encourage local people within the Esk Valley (and wider area) to apply to become Voluntary Bailiffs.

If you are as passionate as we are about effecting positive change the next induction and training day for new Voluntary Bailiffs is being held on Saturday 17th September in Thirsk, at the Rural Arts Centre, commencing at 9am.

If you are interested, or would like any further information, please contact Olly Foster on 07879 648925 or email ollyfoster@gmail.com

People wishing to apply should contact Olly Foster no later than Friday 19th August to confirm their interest.


Further details can be found on our VBS Project page and on the Angling Trust website.


First Added: 11/08/2016 11:07:19
Last Edited: 11/08/2016 11:09:33


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