Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

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Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

Post by Badger » Sat Jan 20, 2018 4:37 pm

Definitely the end of an era with Albury Game Angling shutting up shop on January 15th.

A nicer chap you couldn't wish to meet.

Announcement on his blog here :

http://www.petercockwill.com/2017/12/16 ... to-change/
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Re: Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

Post by Nigel Rainton » Sun Jan 21, 2018 12:17 am

I had a chat with Peter a couple of weeks ago, he is moving to Hampshire and working at Dever Springs 2 days per week and will continue to run his guiding service. He was talking about running an online shop. Very sad to see him go, shame :-(

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Re: Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

Post by Luga00 » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:18 pm

Yes, this is a great shame and a sign of the times I'm afraid.

The shop is just round the corner from me and Peter and Sue have always been incredibly helpful whenever I go in there.

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Re: Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

Post by Surrey Martin » Sun Jan 21, 2018 6:47 pm

That is such a shame and whilst I am not a fly fisher it’s sad to lose another tackle outlet , so many course shops have closed in Surrey .
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Re: Albury Game Angling - Peter Cockwill

Post by Nobby » Wed Jan 24, 2018 2:20 pm

Oh dear! Peter's accommodation was part of his employment at Wintershall, a private syndicate attached to an Elizabethan mansion near Cranleigh....surely he can't be commuting to Andover everyday? Double the wrench if he's lost his home too!

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