Anglers are being given reassuring news by the latest fish stock survey which has revealed positive results on the Broads.
With the new coarse fishing season the Environment Agency (EA) is now encouraging anglers to make sure they have a rod
licence so they can explore the excellent fishing in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
The news follows the rescue operation led by the EA in March and April to save 700,000 fish from Hickling
Broads and Upper Thurne, one of the biggest operations in history.
You can find out more in the EA's full press release.
Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Friday, 12 June 2015
This is your chance to talk to members and officers about the work of the Authority and to ask questions of the Chief Executive.
If you need a parking space please do book one but at this stage RSVPs for attending are not required (although welcome so we can get an idea of numbers!).
Just turn up on the day with your questions, there is no need to send these in advance, or to just look at our displays or have a peek inside the Dockyard.
We look forward to seeing you there!