It’s the end of PAC 13 and hasn't time flown past. PAC 13 bring an end of an era for one committee member Mark Skinner who has served on the committee for the last 12 years.
Also leaving their positions will be Michael Hastings as Press Officer. Mike Skipper Media Manager and Denis "Digger" Moules as President. All of whom have given up a lot of time on not just this committee but also on other committee during the years.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Denis, Mark, Mike and Michael for not just the last 3 years but all the time and effort they have put into pike fishing and pike conservation.
New to the job is Phil Turton as the PAC President, Clive Melhuish as Events Manager and Jason Skilton as the Press Officer/Social Media Manager
Phil is also the Development Officer and a Regional Officer for the Nottingham, RA26 and North Derbyshire, RA57, so he's well versed on PAC issues and brings a whole host of ideas for the next 3 years. Phil has been fishing for pike since a young boy and they have fascinated him ever since his dad took him fishing. Phil is a licenced Level 2 coach, so Pike care and welfare is top of his list. Phil says “It’s a real honour to be asked to Join PAC 14 as President and I hope I can take the PAC on its continued forward path”
Clive has been a keen pike angler for some fifty years and is the former Regional Officer for the Hull & East Riding, RA95, Region where he became known for his Charity Fish Ins. He brings thirty-five years of prime retailing experience to the PAC and is excited at the prospect of sourcing and marketing seasonal products in his customary organised manner. Clive looks forward to meeting you at the Convention and related shows, where he will sell you 'beanies and badges' instead of the raffle tickets of latter years "
Jason is taking up the reins of Press Officer and Social Media Manager. He's a season PAC member and is the Regional Officer for the Suffolk RA08 and Liaison Officer for Anglia Region and has been helping John Currie on several issues within the Anglia region, but also on issue relating to Windermere and the issues it faces.
PAC14 looks forward to working with everyone over the next 3 years.
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