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Charities we Support

We receive many requests for event support and charity donations and cannot possibly help everyone. In the past we have been concerned that not all donations were fully received by the charity concerned. We have researched this to try and ensure that our charity budget is used to greatest effect.
Below are the charities/organisations that we help on a regular basis:
British Heart Foundation

Bob Gladman, better known as 'Scruffy Bob' died from a heart attack, he was well known for making alterations to bivvies and brollies and some of his design features are now common in modern day products. We still sell a catapult pouch that he designed, this has a reputation of being very durable; every year we make a donation from profits of their sales.

Circus Starr
We support this local children's charity by supplying 6 tickets to enable disadvantaged children to see a Christmas show.
www.circus-starr.org.uk

Stoney and Friends
Supporters of Macmillan Nurses, we regularly send them end of line/discontinued products to be used, how they see fit, to raise money for this much needed cause.
www.stoneyandfriends.com

Lucy's Bowl
An angling event held once a year for Guide Dogs for the Blind charity. www.ukmatchangler.com/carp/articles/news/carpaholixx/lucysbowl12.php

Kids Fish for Free at Horton Kirby
A weekend every year that our local angling club, Dartford and District Angling Preservation Society – We supply approx £3000 worth of tackle to support local children's fishing day. www.ddaps.org/juniors.html

Angling Trust
We have not only supported the Angling Trust since it's conception, but also the fore runner the SACG (Specialist Angling Consultancy Group) going back over 20 years or so. It is important to support such organisations as they keep track on how new laws affect the enjoyment of all our angling, deliver educational programmes, fight pollution, over abstraction and many more issues that can have adverse effects on angling, they are our unsung protectors. So join today www.anglingtrust.net