The Trustees approved a grant of £1,000 to the British Disabled Angling Association. The Association supports and provides projects that create fishing opportunities for disabled children, young people, adults and elderly people. Many people who would like to go angling have a disability or health issue and angling encourages access to outdoor activities and, importantly, the chance to socialise safely in the community. The BDAA’s application was seeking support for a project to provide a triple Disabled Access Fishing Platform at Bitterwell Lake, South Gloucestershire. Although a national charity, the BDAA confirmed the grant would be specifically allocated to that project. The grant was presented by Andrew Tabor.