Albrighton Trust contributes to Research

The Social and Community Benefits of Angling: A 3-Year Research Project by Substance,
funded by the Big Lottery Fund
A major, new research programme on the social and community benefits of angling is running from 2009-2011. The research is being carried out by Substance and is funded by the Big Lottery Fund, entitled: ‘The Social and Community Benefits of Angling’.

Dr Paul Stolk, Substance visited The Albrighton Trust recently, if you wish to see what he had to say please use this link to his blog 
http://www.anglingresearch.org.uk/node/232

.If you would like to know more about the research, go to:- www.anglingreseach.org.uk

Here is a  comment tool for anglers to offer their views about the relationship between either angling and (i) the natural environment, (ii) social interaction, (iii) physical activity and (iv) personal health & wellbeing.

 http://www.anglingresearch.org.uk/comment_tool

Read comments already received from anglers:

www.anglingresearch.org.uk/your_views_key_areas

 

 

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