A coffee morning will be held on the Upwell Church mooring on Tuesday 19th September 2017 between 10am and Noon.
There will be coffee and cake for a donation of £5.00 per head and all funds raised will go towards the Well Creek Trust.
In addition to the coffee and cake, a tombola will be held and donations of old wine bottle bags (pressie bags) donated before the day would be gratefully received. If anybody could donate some bottles to fill them would be even better. It doesn’t have to be wine, it could be a bottle of water or even a bottle of shampoo.
Mike Liggins of BBC Look East was at the Well Creek, Aquaduct Bridge, filming an article on the Police and Environment Agency partnership. The partnership just want to highlight how at risk fishing tackle and equipment can be, if left unattended and that it is illegal to take home any fish that might have been caught.
Al Thompson of the environment agency said that they do have an incident line should anybody see fish being taken or any other incidents of people breaking the law. This includes anybody speeding on the creek at over 4mph.
The incident hotline is: 0800 80 70 60. This is a 24 hour service.
On a brighter note here are some photos from that day very kindly donated by Mike Liggins.
BBC Look East
The BBQ and Raft Race this year was another great success and the Well Creek Trust committee would like to thank everybody for coming to this event. Even though the day started with a heavy downpour of rain it all cleared up and a good time was had by all.
Here’s a few photos from the fun day
At the starting line