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THFC October newsletter


What a busy and fruitful month October has been.

The month started with the National Fishing Day which attracted a larger than expected number of registrants, both adults and children alike. There were lots of prizes won, the attendees were taught basic fishing techniques, knot tying. There was casting competitions, jumping castles, food and even fairy floss. It was funded by the government and is to be become an annual event. Read the rest of the newsletter and catch up with the photos here



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