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Environment Agency gives Goldsworth Park Lake – which is situated in the middle of a housing estate in Woking - a boost. 26-Jan  The Environment Agency was approached by the Goldsworth Park Angling Group with the aim of making further improvements to the lake through new fishing platforms and habitat for wildlife such as dragonflies, damsel flies and frogs also wildfowl such as grebes, ducks, coots and moorhen. Fisheries officer, Adrian Bicknell from the Environment Agency: “We are very pleased to be able to help the park achieve even more for not only the environment but for the local community too. Several years ago we installed a disabled angling platform which has proved a huge success and attracts regular wheelchair bound anglers. We hope the new enhancements will encourage even more people to use the area and attract wildlife.” Further improvements carried out at the lake to improve habitat include planting of native species of marginal plant and the introduction of an eco island which provides a refuge for fish and wildlife. The angling group has also successfully received further funding from the “River Wey Fisheries Action Plan”, which supports local projects to improve fisheries and habitat.
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