Information from Croner on getting back to work, latest Covid19 bulletin and, for our members, an invitation to the next […]
 The purpose of this is to highlight resources available for the protection of workers.  Just follow the link below: NIOSH […]
Find out which trade agreements the UK is negotiating and which trade agreements the UK has already signed. The UK’s […]
The latest advice from the Government re Covid19 and the workplace.  Enabling you to safely reopen!  The business documents attached […]
On Wednesday the 7th of August the Angling Trades Association hosted a Think Tank to encourage a trade discussion on […]
If you’re new to fishing and fancy having a go don’t make the mistake of assuming you don’t need a […]
‘A new National Angling Strategy has been launched to encourage greater participation in the sport by focusing on the health […]
Meeting June 6th 2019
On June 6th 2019 the first general meeting (of the Angling Trades Associations members) chaired by John Loftus as Chairman/CEO […]
The infamous British weather tried its very best to confuse the public last weekend for the launch of National Fishing […]
The Angling Trades Association (ATA) has submitted to Government a detailed consultation document in response to the proposed Animal Welfare […]
New appointments are being appointed to the National Angling & Fisheries Advisory Group (NAAG). The group is responsible for advising on […]
Professional Anglers Association (PAA) coaches Tony Forman and Dave Brown, together with directors Roger Smith and Paul Forman, worked tirelessly […]
Did you know that just about anybody can learn to fish? Fishing really is a four-season leisure pastime, and one […]
The Angling Trades Association has welcomed the recent, successful House of Commons Debate on Bass, secured by Scott Mann (Conservative […]
Angling Direct has joined the 5p bag scheme… but with a big difference. In conjunction with the Angling Trades Association […]
Exciting developments following on from a number of discussions have resulted in the recent announcement that the Angling Trades Association […]
Although winter is upon us and people have started their Christmas countdown, the Angling Trades Association (ATA) is looking ahead […]
A small, but unexplained number, of carp have died over the past few weeks raising concerns over a viral outbreak […]
An illegal 175ft long fishing net stretching across the River Thames has been found. The Environment Agency has described it […]