On the last Sunday of September, World Rivers Day is celebrated throughout the world. It has become an annual event with participants staging a wide variety of events to celebrate and promote the natural, cultural and social importance that these waterways have on those that are linked to them (to find out more see the […]
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Welcome …... to the online home of the Wandle Piscators.
We're a mixed-species, mixed-method fishing club based on South London's River Wandle.
We're committed to helping this historic urban chalkstream come back from centuries of pollution and abuse.
Click on all the links below to find out more about us...
Pollution or poaching?If you see either of these on the Wandle or any other river, please call the Environment Agency's emergency hotline: 0800 80 70 60
Want to join the Club?It's easy to join the Wandle Piscators! Find out all the benefits of Membership, and how to join us, on our Membership page.
The Piscators’ ChronicleWe've published our very own club e-zine. Please be sure to have a look!
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