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					St Edmundsbury Borough Council Fishing Permit Application
Permit number:

                 Application form – Season ticket
Fishing at:

   • Hardwick Heath, Bury St Edmunds
   • Newt Pond, Castle Playing Field, Haverhill
This application form refers to the limited season as a result of blue-green algae at Hardwick Heath and
commences 14 August 2009 and finishing 14 March 2010. There will be a closed season in operation from 15
March 2010 until the next season ticket is issued starting from the following June.

       Fee for 2009/10 season is:   Adult £7.50 & Children 16 years and under £3.75


Title ……………… Full name ………………………………...…………………………………………….

Address ……………………………………………………….…………………………………………………..

..………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………….

Postcode .……………………………………………….……….….…………………………………………...

Telephone number .………….………………………………..……….…………………………………….

Rod licence number: ………………………………. (No Environment Agency rod licence required if under 12 years of age)

Date of birth (if 16 or under) ………….……………...………………………….…………..…………

My attention has been drawn to the regulations (overleaf) for fishing at the above named waters, I agree to
abide by them and understand that any breach of these regulations could result in the cancellation of my
season ticket and withdrawal of permission to fish.

Signature ………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Please return completed forms with your cheque made payable to St Edmundsbury Borough Council to:

Fishing Applications                   Office Use Only
Parks & Landscapes
West Suffolk House                     Adult 6.52 1375 9321
Western Way                            VAT 0.98 6225 0674
Bury St Edmunds
Suffolk                                Child 3.26 1375 9321
IP33 3YU                               VAT 0.49 6225 0674

Phone: 01284 757088

Please allow 10 days for your season ticket to arrive.


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                                  Angling regulations

1.    All permit holders aged 12 years of age or older are required to be in possession of an
      Environment Agency rod licence. When fishing at any of the Councils pond facilities both the Councils
      fishing permit and the Environment Agency’s rod licence must be carried and presented upon request to
      a Council Officer. Failure to comply may result in the angler being asked to leave the water and the
      matter being considered by the Council.

2.    The use of keep nets are prohibited and fish must be released back into the water immediately. Landing
      nets are required equipment and must be used when landing large fish. Landing nets are to be of
      knotless mesh.

3.    Permit holders are forbidden to take tins, cans, glass bottles and loudspeaker-type radios to any of the
      waters.

4.    The lighting of fires and the use of bottled gas appliances is forbidden at all waters.

5.    Vehicles, including motor cycles, must not be ridden or driven beyond the approved parking places.
      Permit holders must remain within ten metres of their swim whilst fishing.

6.    No litter of any kind is to be left at or near the waterside. Permit Holders shall be responsible for litter
      found at their swim or in its close proximity.

7.    The practice of ground baiting and loose feeding is prohibited and the use of guns and catapults by
      Permit holders is forbidden on all waters.

8.    Permit holders are forbidden to introduce fish to any of the waters. No fish may be removed.

9.    Fishing times:
                       Hardwick Heath and Newt Pond - from dawn to dusk
                       No night fishing at either of the waters.

10.   Permit holders must ensure that persons accompanying them to any of the waters, whether fishing or
      not, observe the rules. Any infringement shall be deemed to have been committed by the holder.

11.   Permit holders must remove all lines from the water before leaving their swim, and baits must be
      removed from the hooks.

12.   Each individual is restricted to one rod per visit, all hooks are to be barbless and each angler to use a
      disgorger.

13.   Bank-side vegetation is not to be damaged or cut down.

14.   Wildlife, including the ducks, is not to be disturbed or harmed. Please make sure no discarded fishing line
      is left as this can be very harmful, especially to birds.

15.   Serious or repeated breaches of any of these regulations may result in immediate cancellation of the
      Permit.

16.   The council may vary the regulations, from time to time, without prior notice to permit holders.

17.   Please park cars responsibly. No parking on verges.

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