Lemington Lakes Caravan Park
Andy Machin Like many keen anglers it was always my dream to own my own fishing lake, I am very fortunate to have realized that dream. I used to own Foxearth Fishery near Sudbury, Suffolk, in the 10 years I owned Foxearth both Debbie & I learned a lot about fishery management and how to get quality fishing whilst still keeping the fish in good healthy condition, by the time we bought Lemington Lakes, Foxearth was a well established and mature fishery, we had developed it as much as we could and felt ready to make owning and running a fishery our full time occupation. We left our safe easy lives and took a leap in to the unknown, it took 5 years of very hard work, long hours and all of our knowledge from Foxearth fishery, not to mention money to transform Lemington Lakes in to what it is today. We are both very lucky to live in such a beautiful spot.Debbie Machin I am usually the first point of contact when you visit or telephone Lemington Lakes, I like meeting new people and making them feel welcome, I get to meet such a variety of interesting people, I also get to hear all the really nice positive comments about the fishery and accommodation, that has encouraged us to continue with the seemingly endless amount of work we undertook when we bought Lemington Lakes in March 2003. When I relax I like to go fishing, although my greatest passion is horse riding, I am hoping to be able to realize my dream of having a couple of my own horses in my own stables very soon.Andy Ellis I have been involved in hands on fishery management all my working life, I studied fishery management at Sparsholt College many years ago, and run my business to educate fishery owners and improve angling venues whilst being sympathetic to the needs of fish and the environment. I work all over the UK and in Europe on many fisheries and estates, I work for councils and companies who are responsible for various waterways. I trained as a P.A.A angling coach to educate anglers in good angling practice, and to make them more aware of fish welfare and the environment. I am very fortunate to make a living doing something I am very passionate about. Whilst I still fish myself, I get more enjoyment from taking others.
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If using satellite navigation please do not take the single track road to Lower Lemington, we do have the same post code, but our entrance is off the Todenham road, half way between Moreton-in-Marsh and Todenham From Moreton-in-Marsh, take the A429 to Warwick, just over the railway bridge turn right towards Todenham, approx 1.5 miles on the left go past the turning to Lower Lemington, Lemington Lakes is then the second entrance on the left, where there is a large stone name plaque a set of wooden gates leading to a long tree lined drive. If heading south on the A429 from Warwick before you reach Moreton-in-Marsh, take the second turning on the left heading to Todenham, after approx. 1.5 miles on the left go past the turning to Lower Lemington, Lemington Lakes is then the second entrance on the left, where there is a large stone name plaque a set of wooden gates leading to a long tree lined drive.o.uk/
- Birmingham International Airport - 50 km
- London Luton Airport - 90 km
- East Midlands Airport - 94 km
- Portsmouth - 138 km
- Lymington - 138 km
- Portsmouth Harbour - 139 km
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