Forthcoming TAC Events
Below are the current list of events, there will be more events added when details and venues are confirmed.
This is of course not to exclude any litter picks or clean ups which are regular, tend to be fluid and reactive. Full details are available through the members forum
Wednesday 6th May – TAC Social and Annual General Meeting 2015
7:30pm, Wednesday 6th May at the Sunbury Ex-Servicemen’s Club
Our guest speaker for the evening will be none other than Angling Trust ambassador and Bass campaigner:
– Angling Trust Campaigns Chief on ‘Fighting for Fish and Fishing
Martin will be giving a talk on his campaigning work for the Angling Trust, with a bit of international ‘fish porn’ thrown in by special request following his amazing trip to the Himalayas after the legendary Golden Mahseer. He’s got some great slides and a stunning bit of video to share with us. This is one fishing talk you won’t want to miss!
Our friend and EA fisheries Officer Stu Keeble will also be giving an update on all that’s happened over the past year in the Thames region.
As far as TAC business is concerned, we’ll be voting on a motion to expand the size of our core committee and remove committee member “job titles” in order to get more members participating without being tied-in to a daunting role.
If you’d like to participate more closely on any particular issue, please put your hand up either on here, by dropping an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or at the meeting.
The venue will be the Ex Servicemen’s Club in Sunbury
Address: Crossways, Sunbury-On-Thames, TW16 7BG
We will be in the upstairs meeting room
Finding it is easy:
By car, drive to Sunbury Cross roundabout (A316/A308). Take the A308 towards Wraysbury/Staines, turn left at the first lights takes you down “Crossways” behind the shopping centre. Carry on past the Premier Inn and shopping centre car park and down to the very end of Crossways, the club is on your right. There is a large car park behind the club (access down the left side of it).
If going by train, you can probably walk it from Sunbury station in about 5-10 minutes.