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I am getting endless emails from members asking details which are
A) in the rule book
B ) on your badge
C) posted on here or website
D) listed on the pre Christmas newsletter
Please look for what your asking first 99/100 the answer is there already.
All the below is for current members and for those asking new applications will open sometime next week current members will always take priority but won’t be much longer for you 🎣🎣🎣
Ok the link above will let you access your account page. But only if we have your email address, if you didn’t give us one send it with your name to broughtonanglingclub@msn.com
I will add it for you so you can login yourself and I will contact you to let you know it’s live .
Click on the link above
Type in your email
Select renew membership tab
Follow directions
Mojo does not take payments so then you go to your bank and pay by Bacs transfer
Once payment is in the club account your new badge can be posted out or collected at a meeting.
Seniors 18/60 £68.50
Seniors 60/65 £58.50
Oaps 65 £33.50
Juniors 12/18 £18.50
Must be that age on or before April 1st
Membership mojo will allow you to edit your details
You can update your photo if you look different (beard,glasses or just a bit older 😳 ) just remember to click SAVE at the bottom of your page whenever you change anything photo address telephone etc
Please remember I do work 6 days a week but I will do my very best too post out within 48 hours of receiving funds and you must NOT go on club waters without a VALID permit even though you have paid.
So please pay 7 days before your current permit expires which is March 31

Meeting are back!!

Monthly meetings are back starting from Tuesday 5th October and then every first Tuesday of the month. Meetings are held at the Whitehouse Club 8pm

Memberships renewals now open.

Memberships renewals now open. pay via bank transfer / paypal. If you cant do any of them cash on collection is possible but not ideal.


Paying respects to Douglas Horne

Douglas Horne he passed away on the 8th January, His funeral will be on 26/1/21 Blackley crem @ 3.00 we will be passing Ashenhurst about 2.45 if there are any members that wish to pay there last respect to Douglas.

Membership Applications Closed until 2021



Our Monthly meetings are held on the

first Tuesday of every month at:

The Whitehouse Club

193 Middleton Road,

M8 4JZ.



As of 5.10am (sunrise) Wednesday 13th May you are now permitted to fish all club water.

To all members

As of 5.10am (sunrise) Wednesday 13th May you are now permitted to fish all club water. Please remain 2m from any other member at all times.

  • NO fishing without new membership
  • landing nets 18 inch minimun
  • please use hand sanitiser after touching anything anyone else will have touched. (locks)


To all members

Fishing could be allowed on Wednesday we are just waiting for confirmation from the Angling Trust. Please keep checking the website and Facebook page for confirmation before trying to fish.

Also 2020/2021 fees must be paid and you MUST have a current badge to be able to fish.

All subs can be paid by post with a cheque for the current amount badge no ect to paul horne address in rule book,or paid on line through website.





No exceptions No excuses

Please be sure we do this with all the very best intentions for each and every member of BAC

Any further developments will be forthcoming .

Please call any of your fishing pals who may not use social media or the internet.

STAY SAFE from all of your committee

Eddie Singleton
BAC Secretary


Due to last nights announcement from the government this years AGM will be cancelled until such time that we have a open venue and it is deemed safe to hold such a meeting where social distancing isn’t recommended.
I am already receiving emails asking if the lakes are closed, my answer to this is we haven’t physically closed waters but as per recommendation by the Government this would be classed as non essential travel and you will possibly putting your health and others at risk, and even possibly fined by the police.
Therefore it is our recommendation that you stay home and stay safe.

We will keep you posted with any updates and changes to the above.

Please pass this on by telephone to any BAC friends you have that don’t have fb or internet access.

Eddie Singleton
Hon Secretary

Addition from the Angling Trust


The Angling Trust has now created a dedicated support helpline for angling organisations. You can access details of the helpline, along with information about financial support that could be available to angling organisations and businesses promised by the Government as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated impact, on our dedicated support pages.

Clubs, fisheries and other angling organisations can access this information here.

We must all do what is required of us by the Government and work together to fight this pandemic. Therefore until further notice we should all refrain from fishing. This is about saving lives and supporting the NHS.

In regards to the current restrictions announced by the Government on Monday 23 March 2020 it is clear that the only permitted activities that have been specified are walking, running and cycling for the purpose of local daily exercise. Today we have written to the Sports Minister highlighting the benefits to both physical health and mental wellbeing that angling provides and that we are ready and prepared to offer whatever support the government or Sport England require now or in the future to get people back fishing as soon as is safely possible.

We will post updates for all anglers on our dedicated support pages

Many thanks, stay safe and look after each other,

Jamie Cook

Chief Executive