Sponsors

WCSA would like to thank all the sponsors of our angling festivals- their importance in running these events can’t be overstated.
Here is a brief introduction to those businesses and we hope you will take the time to learn a little about them and hopefully sample their services- they are all fantastic

Whitby Angling Festival 2016

Skippers Café has been around for nearly 40 years and has been home to many a folk, the locals, the anglers and the tourists; all have found a place and have been returning here for generations.
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Opening from 6am everyday they welcome those early morning risers. For all those planning trips out be that fishing, walking, photography etc… Pop down and enjoy a proper full English to start of your day and why not grab a packed lunch while you’re at it.
Skippers Cafe offer 10% discount to all anglers before 8am and will fill your flask for you when you go (subject to purchase).
Visit www.skipperscafe.co.uk for more information.


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Every day at sea should start with a hearty breakfast- and you’ll find no better in Whitby than that served at the Singing Kettle.
Situated on Angel Yard which is accessible from both Baxtergate and New Quay Road- Singing Kettle is a firm favourite with the port’s skippers, anglers and even tourists who regard it as a ‘hidden gem’.
Singing Kettle can also prepare packed lunches for your day at sea with great deals available when bought in conjunction with a full English breakfast.


 

Mr Chips is a family run takeaway and restaurant on Church Street that has customer satisfaction and a great service at its heart.
Operating as both a highly acclaimed takeaway and a licenced restaurant- Mr Chips has been the recipient of several awards, much praise and also seems to have a penchant for attracting visiting celebrities!
Their  range of speciality a la carte dishes are available all day as well as on evening openings.
With both The Mail On Sunday and The Daily Telegraph singing Mr Chips praises- we would echo their sentiments and suggest you try their splendid food on your next visit to Whitby.


Whitby Spring Angling Festival 2016
Hook, Line and Sinker is directly opposite the car park entrance where the majority of charters sail from. We offer a full range of terminal tackle, a great selection of bait along with friendly help and advice if required.
Open daily from 6am to 5pm.

A wide variety of baits are kept, a huge range of lures – including the ever popular Sidewinders! All lead sizes – fast drops and pirks ready to go.

Malcolm (who runs Sea Spray charter fishing) and Paula are both around early mornings so help and advice is always on hand. Call in for a cuppa and a natter prior to sailing!


If a welcoming atmosphere and award winning ales are your thing then The Station Inn on New Quay Road will certainly appeal to you.
This charming pub has a well earned reputation for serving some of the finest ales available in Whitby- including the delicious ‘Platform 3’ that is exclusively brewed for The Station by Whitby Brewery.

With live music and quiz nights every week- The Station Inn is a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike and it will come as no surprise that quite a few WCSA skippers rate it as one of their favourite pubs.


 


WCSA’s website sponsor’s Focus Training provide a selection of courses that provide the skills and qualifications needed to succeed in the fitness industry.
With courses that can put you on the path to being anything from a gym instructor to a specialist practitioner- Focus can put you on the path to being a top player in the fitness industry.


 

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The Fishermans Club has been a long term supporter of the WCSA- providing a great venue for our presentation night.
Open to members and bona-fide guests- this compact little social club is a popular spot with locals and an increasing amount of regular visitors to Whitby.
Its comprehensive drinks range are competitively priced and frequent live entertainment makes for some busy nights here.


shipbannerA favourite haunt of Whitby’s skippers, The Ship Inn faces the harbour and Abbey on Marine Parade.
Recently refurbished, it hosts guest ales, ciders and imported ciders as well as having a lively social calendar that includes live music and open mic nights.


 

Ellanor


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