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Get Hooked on Fishing meets FNWA

Get Hooked on Fishing Flintshire
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The first "Get Hooked on Fishing" (GHOF) project has arrived in Wales!

Get Hooked on Fishing was launch earlier this month with an opening ceremony that saw many people attend, including youngsters.

So much happened during that day, and we are looking forward to seeing even more happening in the future. So we have created a special page for this project, which you can see here. It contains news, photos and videos of the Flintshire project, as well as others around the country, with links to the "Get Hooked on Fishing" world.

In partnership with

Arson Reduction team

Eco Y-Factor

Funded March 2008 – March 2009 by Welsh Assembly Government – Local Environmental Quality Improvement Projects scheme supporting:

A Safer, Cleaner, Greener Flintshire.

The quality of our environment affects the quality of all our lives. It affects how we feel about where we live, where we work and where our children play. Happy neighbourhoods are characterised by streets, parks and open spaces that are clean, safe, attractive – areas that local people are proud of and want to spend their time. Tackling failure, such as litter, graffiti, fly-tipping, abandoned cars, dog fouling, the loss of play areas or footpaths, for many people is the top public service priority.

"These schemes would not work without the continued support & enthusiasm of our residents, and we cannot
thank them enough"
Nancy Mathews – Executive Member for Waste Strategy & Management – Flintshire County Council

“Quality of our environment affects how people, especially those who are older feel about their community. Well Done Eco Rangers,
keep up the good work”
Darren Wearing - Inspector, Deeside, Flintshire NWP

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