Thames (Oxford) Fisheries Forum 07/09/2022

7 September 2022 7:00 PM - 7 September 2022 10:00 PM
Open to all

Join us on the evening of September 7th in Oxfordshire for our Thames Regional fisheries forum!

This fantastic free event is supported by fishing licence funding, and is open to anyone with a keen interest in local fisheries or angling issues. As well as providing an opportunity to meet with representatives from the Angling Trust, Environment Agency, and other key organisations, this event offers an excellent platform for raising questions, addressing concerns and sharing knowledge. You can read more about Fisheries Forums on our blog HERE

If you have any questions about this Forum, or would like to raise an issue in advance of the meeting, contact Sam on 07415 384554 or via [email protected]


Thames Fisheries Forum (Oxford)

Wednesday 7th September 2022

(Thame Lambert Hotel, London Rd, Watlington, OX49 5SQ)

Meeting starts 7:00pm 




      • Local Environment Agency Updates: Fisheries officer Stuart Keable delivers updates on key work, activities and projects.
      • Angling Trust News: Hear all the latest news & updates from the Angling Trust
      • Water Quality Monitoring Network: Kris Kent, Campaigns & Advocacy Manager for the Angling Trust, discusses the new Water Quality Monitoring Network and how local clubs can get involved
      • More Items TBC: Is there something you want to see discussed? Get in touch!



Fisheries Forum Registration - Thames (Oxford) 07/09/2022

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This meeting is free to attend and open to all. Please share this page with your fishing friends and colleagues!

*Please do not travel to this event if you are testing positive, or displaying symptoms of Covid-19

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