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Officers from both the Environment Agency and Amber Valley Borough Council have attended the site throughout the week to conduct tests at the beauty spot, which consists of four ponds surrounded by picturesque woodland.
But it was a week before any remedial action was taken by the Environment Agency, which one club member claimed was an ‘unacceptable’ wait.
The ABAS is a Derbyshire Fishing Guide company dedicated to providing an experienced and attentive fly guide service on a broad range of diverse river systems all over the midlands and beyond.
Ensuring that your visit to this glorious area of the UK is one you will remember and that you have a lot of fun during your stay here is out number one priority.
Reece Head, competition organiser, said: “Running a fish and chip shop gets harder every year with so much going on behind the scenes, so to serve up excellent quality food with a matching level of service and atmosphere day-in day-out deserves to be recognised.“All the shops that made the 50 Best have proved they go the extra mile to give their customers the best possible experience, whether that’s detailing the boat that catches the day’s fish, running weekly specials, or simply taking time out to ask customers how their day has been.Less well known are the multitude of carrier brooks and headwaters streams which criss cross around the world’s oldest national park – rivers like the Churnet, Manifold and Hamps.The quality of the trout and grayling fishing here truly is first class.Only 30 minutes from Birmingham, 60 from Manchester or 90 from London, Derbyshire really is an angling paradise just down the road.Rivers like the Wye, Dove and Derwent have long been revered by game anglers for their fly fishing opportunities and fly fishers travel from all over the UK and beyond to experience these Peak District jewels with the Andy Buckley Angling Service.
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“This is what puts these chippies ahead and keeps customers coming back time and time again.”The takeaways made the list after an independent company sent mystery diners to all those shops that entered the competition and assessed a range of front-of-house aspects from staff friendliness, cleanliness of the takeaway to product knowledge.