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Est. 1989




Prior to 2016, the fishing was run and managed by the Sussex Branch of the then Salmon & Trout Association, now renamed Salmon & Trout Conservation UK.

We became completely independent of the Branch from January 2016, when this current website was set up, although it still has very strong ties to the Branch, particularly when participating in the various shows we attend during the year.

All pre 2016 news therefore, comes courtesy of the Branch Newsletters.


Periodic Newsletters were sent to Members via Email.

To view any of these, please click on the appropriate date below.


December 2015 September 2015 August 2015 February 2015
January 2015 December 2014 April 2014 January 2014
September 2013 August 2013 June 2013 April 2013


September 2015 - Obituary, Peter Neave

   It is with very great sadness that we have to inform members of the

   sudden, unexpected and untimely death of our friend and colleague

   Peter Neave.  Peter had been a member of the East Sussex and

   then the Sussex Branch of the Salmon & Trout Association and later

   the Angling Trust. He also became a member of the Sussex Branch

   of the Fly Dresserís Guild and soon became a very proficient fly tyer.

   During all of these years he had been an enthusiastic and immensely

   valuable member of the Cinder Hill Trouting Syndicate, shouldering the

   thankless responsibility for arranging and carrying out the stocking

   programme for almost a decade.  Peter was a very keen angler and

   enjoyed fishing excursions at home as well as abroad and only recently

   returned from a trip to Wales.

Whenever the Syndicate was faced with a problem, Peter was the person who could be relied upon to   do the research, get the quotations and work out how the objective could be achieved.

We extend our deepest sympathy to Peterís wife, Janet, daughter Lucy and his two sons, Ed. and Tom. We shall all miss him greatly. 





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Updated December 2019