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PostSubject: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Sat Oct 30, 2010 9:14 pm

Please find below a list of companies and Organisations who have helped the TAC.

These range across prizes for matches, promotion of new members, merchandise, printing, tools and equipment, web help, advice and much more

Anglers Mail
Angling Times
Angling Trust
British Waterways
Carp Company
Dakota reprographics
Daiwa
Esher angling
Environment Agency
Surbiton Angling
Tackle fanatics
Tackle unlimited
Turks Launches
Walton tackle exchange
Phil Adams- Aaron Litho
John Brice - set up of new website

We may have missed some so will update. There will undoubtedly be new additions as the TAC grows.


Massive thanks to everyone


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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Sat Oct 30, 2010 11:24 pm

Bought a day shelter from Esher Angling and bought a new reel from Surbiton Angling, rather than the internet, precisely bcause they support us. Told them that aswell.

Apart from prizes and bait donations, Luke from Surbiton Angling fished our first ever TAC night match, Andy turned up at 7am for the weigh-in, while Esher Angling stayed into the night helping with weighing and photos etc. You try getting Gerrys of Wimbledon to do stuff like that No

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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:48 am

nice one buddies
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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Tue Nov 30, 2010 4:47 am

crikey, we aint 'alf missed one,
a mahoosive apology to Les Webbers Angling Projects

not only did he give us 90 pairs of forceps for our pike day, but he also gave a local youth club over 30 rods, reels, nets, rod holdalls and loads more besides

and we gotta add Elmbridge County Council for donating 6 litter pickers, 12 pairs of gloves and a box of bin bags
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PostSubject: Companies   Tue Nov 30, 2010 9:30 am

Can I also add these few to the list.
The Carp shop
Jack Frost Tackle
The Tackle Warehouse All in Crawley area, for putting up posters,leaflets and letting me badger them about the TAC. Also I'm hoping to add a garden centre to the list this week, as i've a meeting with the manager thnere as well. Roger F
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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Tue Nov 30, 2010 10:41 am

Cino's Tea Bar, Walton for the use of his marquee
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PostSubject: Companies   Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:03 am

I think that goe's without saying. Cino has been a termendous help, and i think although we are a free club to join, it would be nice to get a poster size membership card done for him to display in the tea bar. Come on Lads lets have a vote for this, How about it for a Christmas presentation for him as well as the Christmas cup on the 12th. I'll pay for the printing and getting it laminated.
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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Wed Jan 05, 2011 6:49 am

good shout roger, and it was done just before xmas
cino has been a mahoosive help, he leaves his gazebo up for us everytime we have an event at walton
best of all, we don't even have to ask, he does it of his own back

happy happy days
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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Wed Jan 05, 2011 6:00 pm

Top bloke Cino, I've only met him a couple of times and he walked over to the river (while I was having a bit of a recce) just to say hello!


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PostSubject: Re: Companies and Organisations who have help the TAC   Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:03 pm

we better add Turks for allowing us to tie up the barge for this sundays tidy up
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