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History

How It Started

West Norfolk Disabled Angling Club started life in 1995. It was the brainchild of two local disabled anglers, Mr. Geoff Whitworth and Mr. Robbie Bunting. With a lot of hard work in the planning stages, the club was born. The venue known as Lake Diana, was constructed to the designs of both anglers by the Yorkshire Television programme, Action Time.

The construction was manned by local companies and volunteers, who braved the elements to complete the venue in a snowstorm.

After the West Norfolk Disabled Angling Club was opened, it offered a venue for disabled anglers to pursue the sport of angling in a safe and disabled-friendly environment.

Then There Was W.N.D.A.C. '97

The club was restructured in 1997, and has gone on to provide a venue for disabled anglers to enjoy their angling alongside both able-bodied and junior anglers.

The club runs competition matches on a weekly basis throughout the season. This enables all of the anglers to associate and encourage one another. The banter between anglers can be highly amusing to witness.

The club is run totally on a voluntary basis. Both the committee and club members maintain the venue and conduct club business during their own free time.

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Pictures Courtesy
Of Yorkshire Television's
Action Time.

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