Welcome to the website of the
Cinder Hill Trouting Syndicate.
We hope you like what you see.
In 1989, as an offshoot from the
Sussex Branch of the then Salmon
& Trout Association (now
Salmon & Trout Conservation UK)
the purpose of the Syndicate is
to provide affordable fly fishing for
trout for the members in
beautiful surroundings and to
this end, much of the essential
site maintenance work is carried
out by the members themselves.
To access the various sections
of the website, simply click on
the title text of the relevant
the history of the Syndicate and
provides links to the current
programme for the year,
Syndicate General Data
Protection Regulations Privacy
the websites of the national
Salmon & Trout
Conservation UK, the Sussex
Branch of Salmon & Trout
Conservation UK and
Angling Trust and a Listing
of other Trout Fisheries in the
South East of England.
Shows details on the six waters
available for members to fish.
information on the current
subscription rates, how to
apply for membership, details of
Taster Sessions for prospective members and a link to the Syndicate
Terms & Conditions
Sets out the rules and
conditions for fishing on the
Join S&TC UK &/or the Angling Trust
information on membership of
these two national organisations, the benefit of individual
membership and links to
apply for membership.
News & Events
Includes reports on Syndicate
activities during the current
year, with links to earlier
Provides information on any
Courses that the Syndicate, in
conjunction with the Sussex
Branch of S&TC UK, are able to
hold for newcomers to fly
fishing and includes links to
qualified coaches in the area.
Health & Safety
Gives general safety precautions
when fishing and information on
possible infections which could
be contracted while at the
We are fortunate to receive
sponsorship in kind from several
companies and organisations and
this section provides
information on them.
Details of how to contact the Syndicate
and the current Syndicate Officers.
Having caught your fish, a
selection of recipes for cooking it, courtesy of Jane Bamforth's
book and Anness Publishing Ltd.
Notices, news, fishing
statistics and information
only available to current Syndicate members, accessible to
members only, with passwords required to log in.