NACA will again be at this years Carp and Angling Show
19th & 20th January 2013 at the Costessey Showground. Come along to our stand to find out how we are working on local issues that support angling in this region and find out more about the exciting fishery projects we have launched this year.
Membership will be available over the two days so take the opportunity to join the organisation that has supported local anglers and local issues in Norfolk for over twenty five years. Find out more here.
NACA Members are invited to join us on Wednesday 30th January 2013 for an evening when two of our partners will be providing information on two important projects which effect you as anglers in this region.
Get up close and personal with the 'Killer Shrimp' Will Burchnall from the Broads Authority will be on hand to show us the devastation this invasive species could cause in our region with displays and information on how you can help stop it spreading further.
Tom Howard from the Environment Agency will give a presentation on the plight of the European Eel and the work of the environment agency to help this enigmatic species to recover in UK waters and the progress of the European Eel management plan
NACA members will also be able to find out more about the associations aims for the coming year and about the exciting fishery projects we have launched in 2013
The evening is held at Bawburgh village hall on 30th January 2013
7.00pm for a 7.20pm start a bar will be available
Membership will be available on the night for new members and those who wish to renew
NACA will be at 'The Fair on the Yare' this coming Sunday 2nd September 2012 12 Noon to 4 PM As part of our events program to promote angling and the environment in Norfolk.
The Event will be promoting traditional countryside activities and local environmental groups will be detailing the valuable work that goes on in the area.
Come along to see us and find out what NACA are doing for local anglers in the region.
Directions for the event:
Postcode NR14 7AS
NACA attended this years Whitlingham Outdoor Festival opening day 5th May
Held at the flint barn at Whitlingham Broad it was a well attended event focusing on the heritage and culture of the Broads and the many activities that take place in the Broads area. The festival which runs from 5th to 20th May will be hosting loads of activities from rowing and canoes, fishing and sailing, cycling and ramblers trails plus many other exciting events.
NACA were busy as always at these events and attracted around 100 visitors to our stand with great interest in our invertebrate displays, which demonstrate the need for high water quality which provide the building block for the fisheries and fragile eco-system we and our members have spent the last 25 years protecting. The event provides the opportunity to present anglers as the caring conservationists we are, and promote the work we do for anglers in Norfolk, it also presents a great opportunity to meet and share interests and views on our wider conservation aims with others who care about our environment. We thank Clare Weller from the Broads Authority for inviting us to this years event and are looking forward to our next event with the BA at How Hill later in the year so watch this site for further details.
We survived the rain JUST ! at last weeks Game and Country Fair
Loads of outdoor activities are on offer and as usual NACA will be there with our invertebrate display and other children's activities, and to promote angling and anglers as caring conservationists.
Come and see us to find out the lastest on Dikerogammarus (The Killer Shrimp) or just discuss your angling concerns. Our officers will be on hand from 10am to 4pm so come along and see us to find out what we are doing for angling in Norfolk.