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Damaged fishing platform ‘won’t be fixed’ in time for new season

PUBLISHED: 12:08 11 May 2019 | UPDATED: 12:08 11 May 2019

A fishing platform, situated on the River Waveney near Worlingham, has been damaged. Picture: Environment Agency Anglia

A fishing platform, situated on the River Waveney near Worlingham, has been damaged. Picture: Environment Agency Anglia

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The Environment Agency has called on locals to observe no mooring signs, after a fishing platform was damaged.

The fishing platform, situated on the River Waveney near Worlingham, has been damaged and the Agency warned that it "won't be fixed in time for the open season."

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And they stressed that because of the damage "precious rod licence funds" will now have to be used to fix the fishing platform.

Environment Agency Anglia Tweeted: "A fishing platform on the River Waveney has been damaged and won't be fixed in time for the open season.

"This also means precious rod licence funds will need to be spent fixing it.

"We would like to urge the public to observe our no mooring signs @BroadsAuth #worlingham"


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