AFYD is a personal and social development angling organisation working with young people. It was established in 2004 and has multiple projects operating across Scotland. It works to build young people's confidence and self esteem through education and coaching session across all three angling disciplines.Location:
Borderlines is an angling engagement project established in 2005 to work throughout the Cumbria area, particularly in and round Carlisle. It provides activities in game, sea and course and works closely with local schools, youth offending teams and the local community to particularly engage those who are disadvantaged, disables or requiring rehabilitation.Location:
Chesil Beach is an 18-mile long pebble beach that stretches from Portland to West Bay. The beach forms part of the Dorset and East Devon World Heritage Site, known as the Jurassic Coast. Fishing at Chesil Beach is popular, in part due to the depth of the water and the opportunity it provides anglers to catch deep water fish species from the shore.Location:
GHOF Easington is one of two principle case study sites for the young people's section of the research. This has meant multiple visits to the project since the research began in May 2009.Location:
GHOF Liverpool is one of our key research site for exploring the theme of peer mentoring. The project is coordinated by Peter Henery and runs inunder youth intervention project Positive Future North Liverpool. One of the advantages of this relationship is access to the positive Futures building which serves as a drop in point for the young people in the area.Location:
Established in 2007, GHOF North East Lincolnshire has grown dramatically under coordinator Mark Fenty.
Based at Homestead Lakes in Immingham, the project has transformed the site, reducing anti-social behaviour, establishing a junior club and creating wildlife nature boards and pond dipping area for local school use.Location:
Whitby is small coastal town in North Yorkshire, situated on the mouth of the River Esk. Tourism and fishing are the mainstay of the local economy. Sea fishing from the town's two piers is a popular past-time, and numerous recreational fishing charter boats operate out of Whitby harbour.Location: