Welcome to the official FNAS website. The site is designed to give information about the society and its member clubs, including locations, contact detail and diary of events with full programs taking place at them.
The activities that are organised during the year include regular club meetings, lectures on various aspects of the hobby, table shows, and auctions (where livestock, equipment, plants and dry goods can be bought).
Click ‘Events’ to find details of the next FNAS event. Another area of the hobby that the
federation is involved in is the breeding program where records of successful spawning and rearing of fry are recorded. This program has been designed to aid conservation, so demand on species of fish from the wild is reduced.
The main objective however is the bringing together of like-
Whether you are new to fishkeeping or have been doing so for many years, we are sure that there
is something of interest for everyone, especially with help in the enjoyment of our hobby.
For the time being thanks for visiting the site, and please come back again as regular updates are loaded. If you would like any further information or like to send in some feedback, please email the webmaster -
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It is with profound regret that we have to announce the death of Arnold Chadwick. Arnold, or Chad as he was usually known, had been a long-
The President of FNAS was cremated at Hollinwood, Oldham, on Tueday 26th May 2015 with a personal ceremony from all his family. The Order of Service shows Arnie in his favourite place: sunning in Torremolinos! The Wake was at the Ashton Golf Club where a splendid buffet of all his favourite foods was served. “A Wonderful Gentleman” who will be missed.
Also attending were members of FNAS-