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Angling Trust appoints new Ambassadors

Angling Trust appoints new Ambassadors

Above: England international fly fisher Lisa Isles has been appointed as an ambassador.

The Angling Trust and Fish Legal have made twenty new appointments to their ambassadorial team, with familiar faces from TV, journalism, sports and the angling world joining up.

Among the new ambassadors are the Big Fish winner James Stokoe, England international fly fisher Lisa Isles, former F1 team owner, Ross Brawn and FF&FT’s very own David Wolsoncroft-Dodds. They join the established group of ambassadors that include such illustrious names as David Seaman, Paul Whitehouse and Dean Macey.

The role of an ambassador is to support the work of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal and encourage more people to join the organisations, whilst also raising awareness of the work they do.

Mark Lloyd, Chief Executive of the Angling Trust, welcomed the appointments of the new ambassadors, saying: “We are very grateful to all these high profile supporters for agreeing to become Ambassadors for the Angling Trust and Fish Legal to help encourage more people to join us.”

“All our campaigning and legal work is funded by membership subscriptions, donations and legacies, all of which are steadily growing as more and more anglers, clubs and fisheries support the unified body for all angling. Our organisations make a real difference at a national and local level, but we need more support.”

The twenty new ambassadors are: James Stokoe, Robin Morley, Charles Clover, Steve Rowley, Scott Maslen, Budgie Price, Tony King, Trevor Harrop, David Wolsoncroft-Dodds, Lisa Isles, Paul Devlin, Sam Edmonds, Gary Edmonds, Andy Ford, Jo Stephenson, Bev Clifford, Rod Sturdy, Ross Brawn, Barrie Welham and Nigel Horsman.

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