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Chairman’s letter to WAG re Access and also Angling Cymru Letter to WAG, Canoeist response and Fish Legal/Angling Trust response

Sep 25, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments


I appreciate a few of you have already rec’d the attached. As you will see it is in response to the Welsh Gov who wish to pass your rights onto others with no recompense to us.
The letter was written to the best of my ability and with certain aid from other quarters such as Tony and a solicitor friend. I believe that a letter has been sent from the rivers trust, whether any of you have seen fit to write to Welsh Gov on this subject I do not know.
There is a letter from Angling Trust which I shall send to you separately for your consideration and discussion.
Be assured the will of government is to allow free and unfettered access to ALL waters whether river or still water (ponds). So if you have done nothing so be it.
As you can see this matter is NO JOKE!

Mr. W.G. Davies:       Chairman.                                                       3 Blanche Street,

E                                               Dowlais,

Merthyr Tydfil.

CF48 3PE.

01685 371981.




Ms Lesley Griffiths AM.  AC.  Environment Secretary.


Mr Carwyn Jones              AM. AC  First Minister

Mr Andrew R T Davies    AM.  Leader Welsh Conservatives.

Ms Leanne Wood             AM.  Leader Plaid Cymru.

Ms Kirsty Williams         AM. AC.  Leader Welsh Lib Dems.

Mr  Niel Hamilton           AM.  Leader UKIP

Ms Dawn Bowden            AM.

Ms Janet Finch Saunders AM.


Dear Ms  Griffiths,


Having read through the consultation document on ACCESS I feel the need to contact you with my particular interest in the property rights of the owners of inland water.

I have written to you in the past about this subject so I see no point of repeating myself on principles, but to address a different but related matter.

I presume you are aware that Ms Jane Davidson put in being the Splash fund which in total amounted to £2.5 million, the aim of which was to enable the paddlers and anglers to negotiate an ACCESS agreement across Wales. This started well with a trusted person as main facilitator (Andy Schofield) of Natural Resources Wales. Unfortunately  he left and the facilitator went under the auspices of Matt Strickland (also of NRW) and it seemed he was assisted by an officer of Canoe Wales.

On the face of things it would appear that the fund was administered fairly, apart from the fact that NO negotiations ever took place, At the end of the life of the fund, Matt Strickland finished with the NRW as did the Canoe Wales officer leave his post?

A short while afterwards, I requested freedom of information on the Splash Fund. The report was glowing (naturally) until the report was read and made suitable for examination. Also I obtained a document from Afonydd Cymru which outlined the method of discussion with round table participants. The result in my opinion indicates that there are some contentious issues regarding the way the fund was used.

I have read the full report and the only mention of access to rivers, access being either the provision of an access and egress point with permission , was by the Wye Usk Foundation. I cannot find any evidence of any negotiations over access (the ostensible purpose of the Fund in the first place), but I found many thousands of pounds for the purchase of BOATS, BOAT TRAILERS, ERECTION OF SLIP WAYS IN THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT, WEEDING A LAKE. The list goes on. (Copy available)

On this basis why are your Civil Servants still bending over backwards to insist that there is a need for more access of all kinds needed in Wales.

This leads me onto the fact that Welsh Government requested/demanded that Dwr Cymru made their reservoirs available to paddlers. That company complied with this and provided launching points on certain reservoirs (Pontsticill  was one) but with the provision that the paddlers paid a fee which could be had from Brecon Beacons National Park. I was privy to the fact that one year Dwr Cymru was paid £1500, this by adventure groups. No private group/person was recorded using the facility. The question. “Why no usage by canoes”, was put to the canoe executive at the Cardiff workshop. His response was, “People will not use the reservoirs because of the restrictions placed on them”. What a shame considering other users must follow the rules laid down (example – yacht club) by the company, and of course pay for the privilege.

At no point since 2010 has the Assembly followed through on the report that passed that it carried out certain measures to improve access. It now transpires that it is felt that the taking of property rights from ordinary people ie Fishing Rights is the way to go. At no time has there been any analysis or constructive dialogue with the owners and it appears that the taking of property rights something akin to what has happened in third world countries is now going to be a policy in Wales. Thousands of people(of all ages) did not  invest their money, time and labour;  for government to take and give away (to approx  1200 Welsh members plus some 2000 affiliated members of Canoe Wales) their rights.

Please note my Association MERTHYR TYDFIL AA (membership of approx 800 members – junior and senior) owns some 80 acres of land and 20 miles of salmon, trout and coarse fishing rights and freely gives access (after 50 years of hard work – also we upgraded approx 2 km of the Taff Trail) by revocable invitation to the public individually, so long as they individually respect our nature reserves. As for access we look for the common courtesy to be asked to use our facilities, in other words an access AGREEMENT which has been sought BY Anglers/Owners and Welsh Government since the inquiry in 2009/2010. Unfortunately one side would NOT talk.

There have been a couple of agreements (Coleg Gwent) and from information received there was a possibility for more if groups had not been coerced not to take part due to loss of insurance.

I was fortunate to attend every session and I can recall one of the committee stating to canoe Wales that they wanted everything and all for NOTHING.”

Which is entirely different when considered that anglers pay for rent/lease/purchase and maintenance of banks and footpaths?

I was also privileged to receive an embargoed copy of the 2009/10 inquiry findings.

Welsh Government is prepared to fund the paddling group despite the fact that there are in excess of 1.2 million?? (So we are told UK wide). With that number surely a modest amount would suffice to restrict the public monies given on an annual basis (£200k minimum pa to canoe Wales). I also find it strange that there are NO magazines available to paddlers ( I have trolled magazine shelves for months and not found any) whereas angling has a plethora to choose from, as do all other sporting activities,, which indicates a good profit to be made in the trade. Why not canoes? Perhaps they cannot afford the purchase price.


How unfair that Wales is to be turned into a “COLLECTIVE THEME PARK”, and the rights of a sizeable section of the Welsh electorate in every part of Wales trampled upon; in the name of what? Whatever it is, it’s oppressive and not worthy of a Labour administration.

Yours Faithfully

W G Davies   (Gary)

Chairman MTAA

Angling Cymru Letter to Welsh Assembly Government


Dear Sir.

I am concerned as Chairman of Angling Cymru about information now coming to light regarding the Splash Funding for Access to Inland Water set up by Jane Davidson when she was Environment Minister until 2011.
I sat on the Round Table discussion Group that was set up, and the setting up of the splash fund was billed as a way of getting voluntary access agreements on Inland water. At that time, and it still is, there is only a one way street in respect of access agreements in that riparian and fishery owners are struggling to find any group that respects the need for access to be shared.

My concern in looking at published figures is that other than exemplar agreements such as the Wye Usk and some on inland lakes and reservoirs the funding seems to have been spent on many questionable projects that had no bearing on the original setting up of the fund.

Tony Rees MBE

Chairman Angling Cymru

Paddlers Response

Angling Trust and Fish Legal Response to the Proposals
























European Eel – Petition please sign from Wye Usk Foundation

Sep 25, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

European Eel Populations in a Parlous State
Friday 22nd September, 2017

Last week we sent out an e-news urging you to respond to a Welsh Government consultation on open access to our rivers. This week, it’s a petition to DEFRA, the UK government and the European Union for a precautionary short-term closure on the commercial export of internationally-endangered European juvenile eels taken from their home waters.

The Severn estuary has long supported a commercial fishery for elvers – juvenile eels migrating from their birthplace in the Sargasso Sea. In some years the amount taken from the estuary has been as high as 50 tonnes. Most elvers are destined for far eastern markets where they are a delicacy, with over 300 million of them exported there in the past few years from UK waters. In the same period, a further 300 million have been exported to Scandinavia, Russia and other European countries for stocking purposes. And these are just the legal catches.

European Eel populations have fallen by 95% over the last 25 years. This year’s elver fishing season ended in May with the total catch from the Wye (part of the Severn estuary fishery) amounting to just 1 kilo. In the Lugg and Arrow catchment, two eel traps caught 187 silver eels (migrating adults) in 1988. Since then there has been a steady decline with the traps catching just 2 eels between them in 2014 and nothing in 2015.

This worrying situation has led the International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to place the European Eel on their red list. However, licences to catch elvers for export are still being issued by the Environment Agency.

This species has been part of our aquatic landscape for millennia and they are crucial to the ecology of our rivers. Eels are an important food source for many predatory fish, along with aquatic birds and mammals such as otters. Without them, these predators will put more pressure on other prey species and/or decline in numbers themselves.

On Tuesday next week, WUF trustee Tony Norman will be delivering the petition to No.10 Downing Street. In the meantime, we urge everyone to support him by signing it. Also, please encourage anyone you know to sign it too.

All the best from WUF.

The petition can be found here.


Senior Competitions 3rd and 17 September

Sep 19, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

Result for 3rd September on Sophies Pond Redhill Fishery

1st Jason Woodford 154lbs 4oz

2nd Clive Jayne 110lbs

3rd Doug Hawkins 104lb 12oz

Result for 17 September on Cyfarthfa Park Lake

1st Clive Jayne 41lb 11oz

2nd Dave Couzens 17lb 12oz

3rd Jason Woodford 4lbs 10oz

Sustainable Access Campaign

Sep 7, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments
Dear Sustainable Access Campaign Cymru Supporter, 

As agreed by the core SACC team I am forwarding the link to the Countryside Alliance’s e-lobby response to Welsh Government’s consultation “Taking Forward Wales” with specific reference to Chapter 4, Access.



View e-lobby


The letter opposes some aspects of the proposals particularly the proposal to allow open access to all inland water in Wales. Please do sign the e-lobby which is sent directly to the response team, the Minister as well as an Assembly Member. If you do not reside in Wales, there will not be the option to copy to an Assembly Member however your support still counts. 

Please pass this on to those you think will support and encourage everyone to sign. Share with friends and social media, twitter and facebook, spread the message far and wide. Individual responses to this consultation are also extremely important, please do take time if you can, to write personally to the response team. 

In the meantime, please do sign and promote the e-lobby. 

Thank you sincerely for your support, it is vital that the numbers in support are far greater than the last consultation so sign today, it is more than achievable when we all stand together. Thank you. 

On behalf of SACC 

Rachel Evans

Director for Wales, Countryside Alliance


Ladies Comp on Top Pond 6 Aug

Aug 8, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

The ladies competed at Top Pond on Sunday 6th August.

1st was Dawn Jones with 22lb 9oz (consisting of 1 common, 1 mirror, tench, roach and  6 bream, (see picture below)).

2nd Kath Brown with 7lb

3rd Janice Farr with 3lb 11oz

Event on the Canal at Brecon

Aug 8, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

This is a message from the owner of Great Outdoors regarding an event which included canoeing, cycling and running along our stretch of the canal at brecon, please be aware.

This is just to let you know that we are holding a multi-discipline challenge event from Brecon on Saturday 2nd September 2017. Between 10:00-16:30 there is likely to be more runners / cyclists than normal using the towpath between Brecon and Talybont-on-Usk. And during the same period participants will be kayaking on the canal between the following two points…

  • Western / Northern extent of kayaking – Brynich Turn Bridge (Bridge #162) Nr Aqueduct & Brynich Lock Grid Ref SO 079 271
  • Eastern / Southern extent of kayaking – Court Farm Liftbridge (Bridge #155) Nr Pencelli Grid Ref SO 091 251


These details are provided so your members know in advance about our event, and can plan accordingly if they should wish to do so.

Wild Trout Trust Summer Newsletter

Jul 22, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

WTT Summer Newsletter 2017 lowres

Follow the above link for the Wild Trout Trust Summer Newsletter always an interesting read.


Jul 22, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

I have uploaded a petition, which our Chairman is strongly supporting, about Access.   The Countryside Alliance petition is in response to the Welsh Assembly Government once more opening the rivers and lakes to anyone and everyone to swim, canoe, etc in the Rivers, Lakes and Ponds for free.  We as fishermen are severely restricted in where we can fish and to fish anywhere we have to pay, through either a rod licence or day/season permits.   If we lose we will still be paying and everyone else will be using waters that we fish for free.   Please sign the petition it only takes a few moments and costs nothing but we need your signature


Fishing News

Cyfarthfa Park continues to fish well as shown on our facebook page where one young angler had 17 runs when fishing for carp and landed 15 carp.   Although the river is low, it has been fishing well especially during the evening.   However, this recent rain should mean a little extra water in the river and the fishing should improve even more so.


Inter Schools Winners

Jul 10, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

On Wednesday 5 Jul 7 Schools competed to become inter-schools champions 2017.   In a keenly fought contest the youngest team won.   Ysgol-y-Graig won with 3lbs 9oz, 2nd was Heolgerrig with 3lb 7oz and 3rd was Gellifaelog with 2lb 14oz.

Ysgol-y-Graig winning team were:

Alicia Minahan

Gracie Durkin

Riley Morgan

Sam Davies


Lots Happening / Ladies Comp / Rubbish Top Pond

Jul 10, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments


The ladies fished the wooden horse part of the canal and all had a tremendous days fishing.

1st place Dawn Jones, with 14lb 1oz
2nd place Kath Brown with 7lb 4oz  (in her bag was a 3lb eel, it was huge)
3rd place Janice Farr with 7lb
Dawn’s winning net of fish



On Sunday Keith Jones did his usual litter picking around top and middle ponds and this is what he found, surely its not too much to ask for anglers to take there litter home with them its a dam sight lighter than when they carried it up to the pond. The fire remains are after some poachers who were moved on by Keith, Malcolm and Rhys thankfully at no cost to themselves. The two carp were found and removed from the neck of the pond

Aberfan Weir – Cyfarthfa Park

Jun 29, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments
Aberfan Weir
Just to let you know that some work off the bank will be taking place on Wed 28th Jun at the weir.
They are looking for contaminants.


Paul Phillips and his grandson Jayden practised for the forthcoming junior match* last Sunday afternoon up the park, they practised using the method feeder.

I think the smiles speak for themselves.

*Junior match to be fished on Cyfarthfa Park Lake on Saturday 1 July draw 9am fish 9.30am to 12.30.  All Juniors are welcome

Senior Competition – Brecon Canal below Aquaduct

Jun 25, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

A senior competition was held on the Brecon Canal below the Aquaduct at Brynach Lock on Sunday 25th June

1st Jason Woodford with 7lb 12oz

2nd Dave Couzens 5lb 7oz

3rd Peter O’Sullivan 5lb 1oz

4th John Coombs 3lb 11oz

Senior Competition – Cyfarthfa Park

Jun 11, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

The competition held on Cyfarthfa Park Lake was won by Clive Jane with a winning weight of 34lbs 4oz fishing from peg 8

2nd was Clive Saunders with 13lbs 13oz fishing from peg 28

3rd Brian Hayes with 13lbs 2oz fishing from peg 32

4th Dai Couzens with 12lbs 3oz fishing from peg 14

The next competition will be on the canal below the lock at Brynach on Sunday 25th June

The ladies competition which was to be held today was cancelled.

Ladies Competition – Cyfarthfa Park

Jun 7, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

1st Janice Farr 12lb 3oz four crucians and roach caught on pole with maggot

2nd place Dawn Jones
3 crucians and roach caught on pole with maggot

2nd Salmon For Ethan Jones

Jun 7, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

12 year old Ethan Jones has followed up his first salmon catch on the Lagoon on the Ysybytty beat with a second salmon caught on the 31st May, both fish were caught on the fly


Competitions – Ladies and Senior Coarse

May 29, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

Due to illness the ladies competition was cancelled.

Senior Coarse Competition fished on Mollys Lake Redhill Fishery on Sunday 28 May

1st John Coombs with a weight of 58lbs 13oz

2nd Dave Couzens who weighed in 53lbs

3rd Dia Davies who weighed in 51lb 3oz

4th Jason Woodford who weighed in 50lb 7oz

Fishery Reports

May 22, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

The story of the week is about 12 year old Ethan Jones who caught his very first salmon from the Ysybytty Beat, his salmon weighed 12lbs and he caught it on the fly, a huge accomplishment.  His picture is below.


With more people fishing the River Taff we are getting more reports on our Facebook page of their catches follow this link  the river is fishing well from the Taf Fechan all the way down to Treharris.

Ladies Incident Packed Match and Senior Match Results

May 14, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

1st place Dawn Jones with 8Lbs 

one mirror carp one bream and some good size roach all caught on white maggot with pole, lost two large carp and a big bream on method feeder snapped at hook.

2nd place Kath Brown 6lb 8 oz one mirror and one bream caught on method feeder.
3rd place Janice Farr  1lb 9oz all caught with maggot on pole.
Tales from the pond
It was a cold one up on the top pond, all women chilled to the bone no more so than our Kath Brown who had a large carp on, Kath reckons it was a shark who swiped at her rod, kath then thought she was Tom Daley  but there was no grace in the dive she belly flopped with a large splash, she then had a go at over arm with her rod in hand back towards peg 17. unfortunately her padded suit weighed her down and she had to be pulled back in, her only concern was if the fish was still on. she walked away with  silver after the judges awarded her 5.5 each out of pity. The match finished half hour early so she could wring her self out.
Senior Match held at Pencelli on the Brecon Canal
1st Clive Jayne 1lb 12oz
2nd Brian Hayes 1lb 7oz
3rd Jason Woodford 14oz
Joint 4th: Dia Davies, Dia Cuzens and Bernie Farr with 4oz

Advance Notification of an Event on the Canal

May 12, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

Trek  fest are holding an event which will include the towpath of the Brecon Canal.   The event takes place on the 3rd June with up to 450 people taking part.   The event will be hosted from the Brecon Showground and will take place from 0900 on Saturday and finish at 0100 hours on Sunday with a large part of the event taking place along the canal.  Notifications will be erected in the next few days informing people of the route.

For more information click this link


Lost Net and a Newsletter

May 8, 2017   //   by Merthyr Tydfil Angling Association   //   News  //  No Comments

Joe Alexander fished Talybont Reservoir  near the small pull in lay by , last month , 7th April and left his net behind Joe said he may have even left it in the water. The net  is a snowbee extendable landing net , black handle , green mesh , with a silver carrying clip on it.  If you have found it can you contact a committee member to enable us to re-unite Joe with his net


This newsletter has come from Severn and Wye Smokery, the people who have supplied the South East Wales Rivers Trust elvers for the eels in the classroom project which started last week Tony Rees and I delivered and set up equipment and elvers supplied by the Severn and Wye Smokery.   I think it is an honest appraisal of where we are regarding the state of the rivers regarding salmon.

** More Welsh players picked for the Lions tour than sea trout caught on the Towy
It’s been several months since my last ‘Riverbank News’ so lots to tell.
On the subject of wild sea trout and wild salmon the news so far this season is not encouraging. The coracle sea trout fishermen in South Wales started their season early (1st March), although the season usually gets off to a slow start we do expect a regular and good supply of fish during April but it just hasn’t happened this year and the number of sea trout caught can be counted on one hand. Although the commercial wild salmon fisheries have not started their season yet indications already from rod and line fishermen suggest that salmon catch numbers will be down this year. The River Wye, which was hailed as a recovery river last year and recorded catch numbers not seen since the 1980s, has so far this season only caught half the number of salmon caught during the same period last year.
In Scotland the news is no better, having myself been on two failed fishing trips already this year. Some may argue that this is simply down to my skills as a fisherman but in my experience salmon have no respect for what is tied to the end of the rod or the person holding it, and talking to gillies and experienced local fishermen there is genuine concern for the state of wild stock levels. May and June are the River Wye’s best fishing months and once these have passed we will have a better idea of how things really are for us locally.

The local elver season is drawing to a close and we have probably only one more significant tide to fish before the season ends on the 25th May. Better news here though having had another relatively good season this year. As part of our commitment to sustainability and restocking we shall be siting numerous tanks of elvers as part of our ‘Eels in Schools’ project again this year in partnership with the South East Wales River Trust, and all being well culminating in another major release at Llangorse after the summer.

Those that have visited us will know that we have a small shop with a great wet fish counter and small café attached. Since opening it has increased in popularity and people now come from far and wide to visit us but in all honesty it isn’t the most comfortable of experiences for visitors – hard seats and cold fridge-like conditions haven’t, it seems, deterred the many that have come and supported us, but things are about to change. Alongside the shop we had a traditional long stone barn which was all but falling down and this seemed the perfect site to create a proper visitor centre. What started out as a repair and reroofing job soon turned into a total rebuild. The barn was knocked down, every single stone cleaned, recut and re-laid using lime mortar. The result is a magnificent refurbishment that will act as a tribute for many years to the local craftsmen that have rebuilt it. Work kitting out the interior is in full flow and we hope to open end June/beginning July. What
awaits visitors now will be a very different and, we hope, pleasing experience.

A lot of thought has gone into making this a green and sustainable build with as near as we can get to negative carbon footprint.

We have solar thermal panels on the roof of the newly built staff facilities which together with a ground source heat pumps system which will provide all the heating for the restaurant, shop and staff facilities. It will also generate 4 tonnes of hot water a day for us to use for wash down, hand wash etc.

On the roof of the barn we have a photovoltaic solar panel system which will generate additional power for the barn and smokery.

The same attention has gone into the design of the kitchen, and having seen the totally electric induction systems installed in several of our customers’ new kitchens we opted for a similar bespoke design. We are busy now putting together an enthusiastic skilled team that will be able to offer our brand of Gloucestershire hospitality.

It’s taken nearly eight years of repeated planning applications and appeals but our own water treatment facility is now fully operational. It’s the only single-cell lagoon system of its kind in the UK. It was designed to be future-proof and currently processes all our foul and waste water from the factory, shop, restaurant, staff facilities and nine surrounding household residences. Solar powered this runs at an estimated cost of 75p a day. It’s already drawn attention from Welsh Water and the Environment Agency who, after visiting, think it is the perfect water treatment solution and expressed an interest in using it as a showcase model.

Salmon prices
The record prices reached before and after Christmas have seriously damaged the market. The swiftness and timing of the increases meant the market was forced to swallow a bitter pill. The reaction post-Christmas is that salmon is off the menu and prices have eased back slightly. Salmon now has competition! As of today MSC cod and haddock are 30% cheaper than fresh salmon fillet prices. The market is now very finely balanced. Prices are fluctuating up and down by as much as 10%. As prices ease in the UK, international buyers from the US, the Far East and Europe are entering the market and taking up that excess forcing prices back up again. Once these international buyers have replenished their reserves we may then see a more honest supply and demand price offering.

More news soon.

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** Dates for the Diary

Giffords Circus
12th to 15th May Fennells Farm, Stroud
18th to 22nd May Sudeley Castle, Winchcombe
25th May to 5th June Daylesford Organic Farm, Kingham
8th to 12th June Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire
15th to 26th June Oxford University Parks, Oxford
29th June to 10th July Chiswick House & Gardens, London
The Giffords 2017 tour runs from 12th May until 24th September. Great fun for all.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show
23rd to 27th May
The best in garden design.

Royal Bath and West Show
31st May to 3rd June
First of the big county shows, well worth a visit to gaze at wonder at what country folk do.

London Wine Week
5th to 11th June

World Gin Day
10th June
A global celebration of all things gin with events and parties including The Ginchester Fête in Winchester.

Brixham Trawler Racing
17th June
The fishing industry’s answer to Royal Ascot, raising money for charity and The Fishermen’s Mission. (

Dai Francis
Severn & Wye Smokery
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