Fishing Equipment

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Established in the 1930s, Fulling Mill is probably the world’s most experienced manufacture of top quality flies, fly lines, fishing line, and fly boxes. www.fullingmill.com


Related Organisations

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The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is a leading UK charity conducting conservation science to enhance the British countryside for public benefit. www.gwct.org.uk

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Salmon & Trout Conservation UK represents the interests of the UK’s game anglers, fishery owners/managers and affiliated trades, in all issues relevant to angling and fisheries legislation, regulation, management and conservation. www.salmon-trout.org

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The Wild Trout Trust is a conservation charity that stimulates hands-on, in-the-water projects, helping others to help themselves with habitat improvement in and around rivers and lakes. www.wildtrout.org


Businesses / Organisations

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Kimbridge Restaurant & Annie’s Tearooms has established itself as a popular lunch-time venue which also provides imaginative themed evenings and a rustic setting for private functions. www.kimbridgerestaurant.co.uk

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Sample the taste and delights of a traditional butchers, local trout, delicatessen and lots more at Owton’s Farm Shop, set within the Kimbridge estate. www.owtons.com


Accommodation

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Berties, established in 1995, is a restaurant with rooms located in Romsey. They have 9 charming bedrooms all with different character and all en-suite. www.berties.co.uk

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Set in the heart of Romsey, The White Horse has been a Coaching Inn for over 600 years. It has 31 individually designed bedrooms and suites. www.thewhitehorseromsey.co.uk

 

The Mill Arms is an attractive nineteenth century country inn built at the start of Queen Victoria’s reign, situated in the heart of the Test Valley countryside between the old market town of Romsey and the beautiful National Trust property – Mottisfont Abbey. www.millarms.co.uk/