Annual General Meeting 2020
Please join us for our AGM on Friday 14th February at Kings Langley Community Hall, The Nap, Kings Langley WD4 8ET, the meeting will start at 7.00pm, please remember to bring your club membership cards should you be required to produce on request. All proposals must be in writing to the Secretary, Lee Millman or by email email@example.com or post at Kings Langley Angling Society, Railway Terrace, Kings Langley, WD4 8JE alternatively posted in the letter box outside the club house. All proposals must be seconded and both the proposer and seconder must be present at the AGM for the proposal to be considered. The deadline for the proposals to be submitted is 31st December 2018.
August 2020 - Commencement of the annual rejoining
As mentioned earlier this year re-joining due to Covid 19, we are now ready to commence re-joining sessions for all Members excluding those who joined the Society from March 2020 onwards as their membership will remain valid until June 2021, so if you did join from March this year onwards there is no requirement for you to attend a session.
Any questions on the process, please feel free to call on 07399804196 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Update Wednesday 27th May 2020 - COVID-19 Update
With the lake opening on the 1st June, remember you must book a slot. This is not only so we know who’s on the fisheries but also to allow social distancing between swims and whilst you are on the complex. The lakes have been assessed and we have agreed on the maximum number of anglers on each lake. On Gaywood’s this is 24 and on the main lake this is 20. Please follow the maps issued and on the notice boards for the swims in use. Do not set up in a swim marked not in use.
A booking system is in place taking bookings from the 28th May, unless you have a confirmed space you must not attend the lakes. In order to book your space you must call 07399 804196.
Bookings can only be made between the hours of 9am -12pm and 4pm-7pm. Spaces will be allocated strictly on a first come, first served basis.
On Gaywoods, You cannot book consecutive days to allow more people the opportunity to fish, please do not try as we will be keeping records.
Main lake maximum 48 hour sessions, arrive 12pm, depart 11am. Arrive on your own unless travelling with someone you live with. You must use your own disposable gloves when handling locks, gates and nets. It is also required that you carry your own hand sanitiser with a minimum 70% alcohol content and sanitise your hands after any cross contamination risk.For the existing members, your membership will remain valid until we feel it is safe to commence the renewal process. A letter will be sent out nearer the time with details how to rejoin.
Update Tuesday 24th March - Lakes Closed
With the current Corona Virus also known as Covid-19, in line with Government Guidance we have had to close the Lakes until further notice. The Angling Trust have written to the Sports Minister highlighting the benefits of Angling from a mental health and well-being perspective and the ability to comply with social distancing protocols, so we will be keeping an eye out for any Government information that permits us to re-open.
Until such time with immediate effect our Lakes will remain closed, please stay safe everyone and follow Government advice to stay at home
Update Friday 27th March - Lakes Closed
The Angling Trust has received a response from the Sport Minister In regards to seeking clarification if lakes could remain open on the grounds of mental well being and easy to practise social distancing.
The reply stated that the guidance should be taken in the spirit it was delivered. Namely, to stay at home, stay safe and to avoid all but essential travel. He reaffirmed that now was not the time to be seeking loopholes and that the prescribed activities were clear, therefore the Lakes wii remain closed unfortunately.
Update Wednesday 18th March 2020 - Corona Virus, COVID-19
After careful consideration the committee has decided to postpone the planned annual work-party’s for the time being. This is not what we want to do as the work will still need to be carried out, but the safety of you the members along with the committee is key.
I know some of you will ask how this effects the joining later in the year, please bare with us whilst we try and work this out, the current plan is to postpone not cancel. With the government guidelines updated daily we can only work with what we know now.
We will update as and when we can.
K.L.A.S Working Party Dates 2020 ( Due to Covid19 our Working Parties are deferred NOT cancelled)
It’s almost that time of year to start our working parties – a vital time of year to get some of the jobs completed to help us all enjoy the fishery throughout the year. Our very small team of dedicated volunteers simply cannot keep up with nature and the hiring of professionals to do the work would involve astronomical costs therefore the necessity for vast increases in club membership fees of which we all do not want.
Sunday 22nd March 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 29th March 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 5th April 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 12th April 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 19th April 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 26th April 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 3rd May 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 10th May 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 17th May 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 24th May 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 31st May 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 7th June 8.00am - 12.00
Sunday 14th June 8.00am - 12.00 Locks changed, membership for 2019 lapses.
Do not forget to bring your membership card for recording your working party dates.
GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation
On the 25th May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force.
The club is the data controller for the purposes of GDPR. Any query relating to the above should be addressed to Lee Millman - Club Secretary or Denise Royal - Membership Secretary.
Purposes of processing the data
We process personal data necessary to administer our membership records and provide services and benefits to members as a recreational angling society.
Categories of personal data processed
Names and addresses, age, photographs, medical conditions and e-mail. The only special category of data we collect relates to disability.
Data subject’s rights
Members at any point may request:-
# The right to see their personal data and the right to be provided with a copy free of charge.
# The right to erasure of their personal data.
# Where consent is being relied on for the processing of the data, a right to withdraw that consent.
# The right to ask for personal data to be restricted in how it is processed or to cease processing it in a particular way.
Personal data will be stored for 12 months once membership ceases at this point personal data will be destroyed.
Who to contact if there are problems and a reference to the Information Commissioner (e.g. quoting www.ico.org.uk for further information)
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