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DDAC how it started

Post by Guest on Mon Oct 13, 2008 4:36 am

D.D.A.C.
Derby Disabled Angling Club was formed on the night of 24th July 2008 .
It was a great evening and very well attended. The Guinness flowed well. We are using the William Caxton public house in Sunnyhill, Derby as our headquarters and we are very gratefull to the landlord for allowing us the use of his pub.
A constitution and club rules was done and match rules sorted. It was agreed that subs will be 10 a year but will be reviewed at the Clubs A.G.M.

The committee is

JOHN STARTIN - CHAIRMAN
BARRY VOLLEY - VICE CHAIRMAN
DAVE WRIGHT - TREASURER
SECRETARY - JOANNE ALLEN
NIGEL BUTLER - MATCH ORGANISER
ALAN MORTON - COMMITTEE.
KEITH HAYNES COMMITTEE(Elect)


We are having our own website (not a free one) which should soon be up and running. Matches will be ongoing in the winter months as well as summer.
We are also aiming for about 20% of the membership to be able bodied to join us as helpers who as well as fishing the matches will be able to assist in getting tackle to bankside for those who cannot manage

I would like on behalf of D.D.A.C. members thank those members who have joined the committee to make this a successful club.

For information Please contact the
CHAIRMAN john@startin142.freeserve.co.uk
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Post by john the tinca on Sun Jan 17, 2010 2:04 pm

UP DATE.

The members of D.D.A.C. have asked the committee if the club headquarters could be moved. It has now been arranged that the NEW HEADQUARTERS IS THE GREYHOUND, VILLAGE STREET DERBY. We can do fun days ect for charity and they have a brick BBQ if we want to use it too..

I on behalf of the committee and members of D.D.A.C. would like to thank Steve and Dale at the Greyhound for allowing us to use their facilities.

I would like to thank James and Kim the previous Tenants for allowing us to use the Caxton.


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Post by john the tinca on Wed Jan 20, 2010 4:31 pm

We are having a social night at our new H.Q. on Thursday 28th Jan all welcome including any one wanting to join or just wanting info about D.D.A.C..The guinness is good and the prices are good too.

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Post by john the tinca on Mon Oct 28, 2013 9:20 am

Owing to The Greyhound being up for let and the amount of temporary landlords (4) in the past few month we have moved to THE NORMAN ARMS ON VILLAGE STREET. We have our first meeting there on Thursday and I'm looking forward to our club presentation night there in November.

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