Coole Acres Fishery Grand Opening

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Coole Acres Fishery, Cheshire's newest fishing venue is hosting its Grand Opening on Saturday June 16th from 11:30 am to 4:30pm.

There will be a hog roast (FREE), Stapely Angling Center kit demos, Snugburys Ice Cream Van and the Lord Combermere will attend with a mobile bar for refreshments.

The fishery can be found on Coole Lane, off the A530 near Nantwich and will open its doors for a fun packed day of fishing demonstrations, refreshment and family fun. 

With summer approaching, why not try angling — it's one of the top ten UK sports.

With approximately 10% of the population enjoying the relaxing atmosphere of one of the UK's most favourite outdoor pursuits, Coole Acres Fishery is throwing its doors open to welcome keen anglers and those interested in getting to know the sport.

 

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