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Fishing for Goats! Kids for Kids Charity Fly Fishing Day

We invite you to join us for our Annual Kids for Kids Executive Fly Fishing Day at Park Lake, a private lake owned by the Duke of Northumberland, and of which we will have exclusive use for the day!

This is a very special day for experienced fishermen and total beginners alike! Start the day with a bacon buttie – and it only gets better. Tuition will be provided by fully qualified trainers who will give you tips on your technique. Tackle will also be provided, and all equipment if required. Places are available for AM, PM, and All Day sessions. All proceeds raised from this event will support Kids for Kids Charity, helping the forgotten children of Darfur, Sudan.

Full Day tickets (9.30am to dusk) @ £110 each (min. donation) to include breakfast, morning coffee & home made cakes, lunch with wine and beer, and finally afternoon tea (more home-made cakes etc!). Hot drinks available all day.

AM session only (9.30 am + lunch) @ £65 each (min. donation) to include breakfast, morning coffee & home-made cakes and lunch with wine and beer. Hot drinks available throughout.

PM session only (12.30 pm lunch ’til dusk) @ £65 each (min. donation) to include lunch with wine and beer, afternoon tea with home-made cakes. Hot drinks available throughout.

AM only: breakfast/fishing/lunch – PM only: lunch/fishing/tea – or come for a full day, everything provided. Note: Children over 12 are welcome but they must be accompanied by a paying adult at all times. Regretfully we cannot give reductions for children.

Book on Eventbrite or via the Kids for Kids Website. Please get in touch via contact@kidsforkids.org.uk with any questions. We look forward to welcoming you!

About Kids for Kids:

Kids for Kids has been saving and transforming the lives of the children the world has forgotten, since 2001. Founded by Patricia Parker MBE after her first-hand experience of the inexcusable conditions these children were living in, the charity has now helped for the long term, over 500,000 people in 92 villages throughout Darfur.

From our ‘lend a goat’ scheme through to training midwives and first aid workers, planting sustainable forests and fruit trees, to installing water pumps in villages so they have clean, fresh water at hand, and setting up kindergartens, Kids for Kids is literally transforming lives.

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