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Mr.D.Thomson

   
Secretary
Mr.Roger Hughes
15 Broom Gdns Lenzie G66 4EH
     
Jim McSkimming Treasurer & V.P 12 Spruce Drive, Lenzie, G66 4DJ
 
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Iain Black
9 Spruce Drive Lenzie G66 4DL
 
     

 

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Peter Comrie

Brian Wood

John Harwood

Jim More

Jim Twaddle

Mr W.Grindall

Robert Malcolm

Graham Brown

 

Jim Daly

Stewart Owens

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D.Morrison

Adam Turner

Alan Small

Eddy Donnelly

Eddie Scott

 
 
   
   
 
 
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Results of the Competition Held at Todholes Loch 24 April 1902
   
CAURNIE ANGLING CLUB RULES 2011
 
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Ex Committee Member's letter to editor
 
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Club members please note

SUBSCRIPTIONS 2012

Some members are delaying payment of their subs, waiting to see if the Club’s bid for Antermony is successful.

The Caurnie Angling Club has a cast-iron lease, with sole sporting rights over the loch until 2031, at a controlled rent.

The Club will continue to fish and manage Antermony, for at least another 19 years.

As far as the Club is concerned, it is business as usual.

The fish have been ordered for this year and the work parties are beavering away on Sundays to get the loch ready for opening day in three weeks time.

So hurry up and pay your subs, before Iain charges you a joining fee.

Roger Hughes Secretary


Roger Hughes

Secretary Caurnie Angling Club

15 Broom Gardens

Lenzie

Glasgow

G66 4EH

roger.hughes15@ntlworld.com

0141 776 7134

07776 498 325

‘ Club members are reminded that for every pound spent at the Glasgow Angling Centre, the Club will be given vouchers for 10% of the money spent. This only applies if the staff at the checkout are asked to credit the Caurnie Angling Club account.

So far Club members have only asked for this on 15 occasions since 2007, and these have all come from just 5 members.

We use these vouchers to offset the cost of prizes for competition and raffles, so in effect it is a loss of income for the Club, which could keep down subscriptions, buy more fish etc.

please remember that a £100 rod could generate £10 for the Club.’

Roger

 
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