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After a long wait we can now confirm the new shower block is up and running along with the O/S washup area.
Another order has been placed for 250lb of F1s / Ghost F1s due to be delivered early October ready for winter fishing.
July 19th Easy Stroll around the Village with Edward Mayor pointing out items of historical interest.Meet at the church at 11am and end at the Ebrington Arms about noon (well behaved dogs welcome)
ON the 6th June there is an escorted walk around the Kirkby on Bain nature reserve.Meet at the Ebrington Arms (next door to the site) at 10:30am or at the reserve car park at 11am (no dogs allowed)
Over the last week despite the freezing weather we have still had some brave/dedicated campers on site. The hard standings that we put in last year have come in very handy.
,No River fishing this week as the Bain hits freezing point.
We applied the chalk to the lake on the 22nd Feb 2018. I now know why they charge so much for completing this, after 6 hours of non stop loading the boat, throwing in the chalk and fighting to stay upright in the boat due to the chalk clogging up on the bottom of the boat, it talk 3 days to get over this.
We have today added another 1500 (roach & Rudd) to our exiting stock. We also talk delivery of 2T of chalk, Which will be applied to the lake next week. This will mean there will be no fishing from Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd February.
As most of you are aware, as part of our conditions of changing from a CL site to East Lindsey District Council Licence site we had to install another shower block. We are pleased to say these have now started, with the footings dug and poured. We are now just waiting a programme from our builder.
On the 1st February we had taken a delivery of 1000 Crucian Carp