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BritishAngling.co.uk Site News

We’re nearly all set for the site update

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Changes to the site coming sooner or later

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BritishAngling.co.uk Spreadshirt goodies

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. A few months back I cobbled together some promotional goodies using a website called “Spreadshirt”, which was announced on BritishAngling.co.uk’s Twitter feed…….. you’ll find them here if you’re interested: http://273180.spreadshirt.co.uk/

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Follow us on Twitter

In a bid to try an further this site’s  attempts at World Domination, you can now follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/BritishAngling If you’ve got any worthy News Stories related to British Angling, and you’d like me to post it on Twitter, give me a shout HERE (you can also stick it up here on thecontinue…

BritishAngling.co.uk Blog now active

As you can see from this post, the BLOGS section here on BritishAngling.co.uk have come into existence as part of the next phase of development of the site. This blog will (hopefully) gradually start featuring articles cobbled together by the site owner & also give budding online Izaac Walton‘s & John Wilson‘s the opportunity tocontinue…

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