RNC Angling Club a huge success.

Dreamstore's Nigel Hawkins presents a cheque to Barry Morris to support the work of the RNC Angling Club with the visually impaired.

The RNC Angling Club was created in 2007 after lead project office Pastoral Care at the Royal National College for the Blind, Barry Morris gained an angling coaching qualification at Dreamstore Academy.  Barry was supported by the BDAA and Dreamstore in establishing the Angling Club to provide angling teaching and […]

Totally Hooked

Long-term unemployed and adult education Get Hooked on Fishing Midlands has been one of the most successful projects of its type. While it started with a focus on young people ‘at risk’, it has developed a wide range of socially beneficial programmes and activities. GHOF Midlands has sponsored volunteers to […]

Crime Reduction Initiative

Recovering alcohol and drug users – coaching support / self-help Trevor Lysandrou is a recovering alcoholic and wished to work with the Clubhouse, an outpost of Crime Reduction Initiatives, Bournemouth, to assist others who wish to forgo alcohol and drugs, many of whom have found themselves in trouble with the […]

Help for Heroes & Back-Up Trust

Servicemen and ex-servicemen – coaching support Ian Houlton is an ex-serviceman on the South Coast. He has a brain injury. He introduces visually impaired people, and their friends and family, to sea angling. He will join in with the RNC Angling Club to offer sea angling ‘getting-started’ tips and offer […]

South Staffs Angling for Everyone

30 groups serviced at specialist disability angling centre William Corns supports the Albrighton Trust centre outside Wolverhampton. William has been our oldest Academy participant at 70+ (pictured here with our youngest participant, Jos – there is over fifty years in the age difference: never too old, never too young). He […]