The British Disabled Angling Association

 The British Disabled Angling Association
Address: 9 Yew Tree Road Delves
West Midlands
Tel:01922 860 912

The British Disabled Angling Association (BDAA) was founded in 1996 by Terry Moseley to help develop opportunities for people with disabilities to access the activity of fishing in the UK.

In the early days the Registered National charity had just 18 eager members on its books, so popular was the demand that in just 11 years the membership has grown to a staggering 24,500 with calls from all over the globe requesting help and advice and a staggering 3.5 million hits per year on its web site for all sorts of information on how people with disabilities regardless of how sever can go fishing.

With help & advice from its professional consultants the BDAA has now secured a respected position within angling and government to become a representative body for all disability issues within angling, the organisation is inclusive and empowers disabled people into its management structure to offer the very best in advice, support and events.


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