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Wednesday, 17 June 2015
Tell Us Your Fishy Stories at Spittal
•Do you have fishing family connections or stories that you would like to share?
•Do you feel inspired when you see pictures of net and coble fishing? If so, how?
•What is it about the fishing heritage and river landscape that you cherish most?
•What are the qualities that distinguish Berwick salmon?
A selection of stories and artefacts representing ‘lost fishing futures’ will be included in a souvenir publication.
They would like you to share your experience with their community-based project at their second event on
Wednesday 17th June, 6pm to 8pm, Spittal Residents Association Jubilee Social & Community Centre Highcliffe, Spittal, TD15 2JL. Map.
If that's not convenient, please phone Helen Jarvis on 0191 208 6959 or email her at email@example.com
Posted by Peter Munro at 10:04
Labels: Berwick, Coble Fishing, Fishing, Net Fishing, Newcastle University, Poetry Booth, Salmon, Salmon Fishing, Spittal, Tweed, Watchtower
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