Work Parties

Work parties are organised by the head bailiff, or a nominated representative, from time to time on all TWAPS fisheries.

We welcome volunteers for work parties from the Membership. 

Please note that until further notice, work parties will be limited to a maximum of 6 volunteers to comply with the Government’s ‘Rule of Six’ rule during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The work usually involves pruning trees, opening up swims and pathways, reed cutting and other small jobs as deemed necessary.

Work parties normally last for approximately 4 hours, but volunteers may not be able to give that amount of time, which is fine.

Volunteers must wear suitable clothing, including footwear (boots rather than trainers) and provide their own gloves.  Arms and legs should be covered.

Tools and other protective equipment will be provided as necessary.

When work parties are announced, if, as a TWAPS Member, you wish to volunteer, please contact the Head Bailiff beforehand. Please do not turn up on the day without notifying the Head Bailiff first.

Upcoming Work Parties:

There are no work parties planned at present.

TWAPS Work Parties
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Blue Lake Closure

To all Members
Due to the high level of water, and swims now under water, for health and safety reasons the blue lake is now closed to all Members from 9am Monday 28th December, and will reopen when water levels drop.
Thanks to you all.
Gary. Head bailiff

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Work at Blue Lake

Please note that some of the swims at Blue Lake are closed due to work being done on the chalk face on the Railway Bank.