Charity Farm Fisheries - Best Fishing in Wrightington
Charity Farm Fisheries is a well-known and properly stocked coarse fishery which is offered for working day tickets and match fishing. Charity Farm campsite and fisheries are located on Toogood Lane, Smithy Brow, just on the outskirts of Parbold and Wrightington and only a 5-minute drive to the m6 motorway.
Charity Farm Fisheries And Cafe
4 landscaped Ponds established in the lovely open-up countryside in a 115-acre operating farm. Amenities include things like a touring caravan park and tenting region, WC, phone and refreshment region with a bar also.
- The whole of eighty pegs
- Opening hrs Dawn to Dusk all yr round
- Overnight Fishing is strictly prohibited
- Working day Tickets
- Team Matches and also Club Bookings are very welcome
Charity Farm Fishing Ticket Prices
A Charity Farm fishing day ticket price of £7.00 as well as £1.00 extra for a further rod if obtained via the self-pay-out process. If you pay whilst on the bank you will be billed an extra £1.00.
Concessions offered ( OAPs, disabled and young children underneath 10yrs )
*Young people/ Juniors have to be accompanied at all times.
Disabled Amenities and fishing pitches with wheelchair accessibility are offered, be sure to ring prior to your stop by to focus on amenities and to book a pitch.
Internet site: http://www.charityfarm.co.uk/
The ponds are properly stocked and managed with Carp up to 21 lb. Bream to six lb, Tench to 5lb, Chub to three lb and Perch, Roach, Rudd, and crucians up to 2lb
Cafe & Bar
Onsite cafe selection of food and drinks including sandwiches, burgers, and comfort meals. Drinks including tea, coffee, and soft drinks.
Charity Farm Campsite
Charity Farm Campsite Situated on the heart of a 115-acre working farm in the Beautiful West Lancashire, surrounded by open fields, country streets, and woods, less than 4 miles from the motorway of the M6 at Junction 27. A supermarket, newsagents, the chemist, the post office, and numerous other stores are 3 km away from the large village of Eccleston.
Croston's historic village and the beautiful villages of Mawdesley, Heskin, and Appley Bridge are all within proximity.
Tours, motor homes, tents, and tents are welcome. We welcome you.
Well-controlled dogs are welcome, but they must be maintained on the lead in the park.
The group must make all reservations by telephone. There are three or more pitches on a pitch or two adults. A security bond is payable on a reservation and will be returned upon departure at our discretion.
Charity Farm Address
Charity Farm Smithy Brow Toogood Lane Wrightington Nr Wigan Lancashire WN6 9PP