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Linear Security Guards - What do you think?

Post  Admin on Thu Apr 16, 2009 9:03 pm

From the Linear website -

SECURITY
All over the country there have been reports of thefts from anglers and their vehicles; because of this Linear is now taking the precaution of locking anglers and their vehicles in at night. During British Summer Time from March 1st until October 1st all gates will be locked at 9pm and opened again by 8am. During the remainder of the year they will be locked at 6pm and opened again by 8am. If you arrive during lock up times you must wait in the main Hardwick car park which is across the B4449 road opposite the main entrance to our office and which is also the car park for Hardwick Lake. Vehicles are not allowed to block the other entrances for Oxlease Lake, Brasenose Lakes, or Manor Farm and St. Johns Lake.

At present there are no plans to keep the Hardwick car park locked at night but the pedestrian entrance to Hardwick Lake will be locked. Please remember that if you are fishing Hardwick your car should be left in this car park.

Although locking our gates at night could be an inconvenience for some, Linear believe that the security and safety of visiting anglers should be their highest priority and for this reason they have also taken on the services of a security company who will lock up and patrol at night.


During lock down if anyone has a medical emergency and needs to leave there will be a number to ring direct to the security company, although we must stress that this number should only be called in the case of a medical emergency.


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Re: Linear Security Guards - What do you think?

Post  Wrongenuk on Fri Apr 17, 2009 6:03 pm

I think its a good idear.....and one way of not going home is the excuse of being locked in lmao

And knowing your shite is secure is a bonus as for them catching people nicking there SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMMMMMMMMOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSS CARP

let them BLOODY HAVE THEM!!!!.....Most of there carp as shite Cool Cool

They look like dustbin lids with fins
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Post  nickb on Sun Apr 19, 2009 3:33 pm

must say, i've fished a few places that lock you in, and you do feel that little bit safer, as you know that its only another angler thats walking past you at 3am, and your gear is not at risk, and the car is safe aswell, its a sad state in a way, but does seem to be getting the norm these days.
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Re: Linear Security Guards - What do you think?

Post  Wrongenuk on Sun Apr 19, 2009 3:42 pm

nickb wrote:must say, i've fished a few places that lock you in, and you do feel that little bit safer, as you know that its only another angler thats walking past you at 3am, and your gear is not at risk, and the car is safe aswell, its a sad state in a way, but does seem to be getting the norm these days.

very true fella,and its just the world we are living in now,but feeling that all your stuff is secure is the way forward......
Because can you name any other sport where you leave about a £1000 worth of gear outside and then go and fall asleep hoping it will be there in the morning??????? lol

And least if anything does go missing they can turn everyones car/van over looking for your goods making the would be thief think more about fishing instead of half inching
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