uk WANSBECK and Cramlington Angling Club, one of the most successful coarse fishing clubs in Northumberland, have secured a five-figure grant from a regional developer to pay for a substantial upgrade of their facilities.
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WACAC stands for Wansbeck and Cramlington Angling Club (UK)
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Wansbeck and Cramlington Angling Club are one of the country's most successful course fishing clubs, with around 470 members.
The 470-member Wansbeck and Cramlington Angling Club is one of the most successful coarse fishing outfits in the country, and operates from Milkhope Lake on the Blagdon Estate near Stannington and the QE11 Country Park Lake near Ashington.