Our auctions in 2018 are set for Sunday 8th April and Sunday 16th September. Take a look at the events page for further details. Also check back regularly, as we will be updating the page with what items sellers will be bringing in the run up to the day. The Events page also has the Code of Practice that we operate at our auctions and which all sellers will be required to adhere to. The code also includes great advice on buying fish at auctions, so is well worth a look, even if you arenít selling. The Code of Practice can be also be found HERE.
Our regular monthly club meetings are held on the second Monday of the month and start at 8pm at the Highbank Community Centre, Farnborough Road, Clifton, the same venue as our spring and autumn auctions.
On Monday May 14th, we will have the pleasure of the company of Dr David Pool of Fish Science foods who will be giving a talk that will include the importance of good foods and how food can affect fish health.
Everyone is very welcome, you do not need to be a member to attend as visitors can attend three meetings before being approached about membership. Hope to see you on these evenings!
We will continue to hold mini-auctions at the end of our Monday night club meetings, given the success of these since 2013. This is the opportunity for members to sell a few fish they've bred, stock they'd like to change, plants they've grown or food cultures up to a maximum of 8 items. Visitors are welcome to bid on and buy items, but sellers must be full members of the club. Have a look at the calendar page for the dates of our regular club meetings and what's on each evening.
Hereís a feel for what has come up for sale at club meeting mini-auctions in the last year.
Tiger, Black Bar, Red, Peacock and Blue Endlers
Blonde, Snakeskin Guppies
Brown, Gold Albino, Calico, Super Red and Albino Longfin Bristlenose
Panda, Albino Sterbai, Bronze, Peppered, Albino Corydoras
Red Eyed Red, Red, Green Swordtails
Jenysia onca, One Sided Livebearers
Black and Salt & Pepper Mollies
Checker and Odessa Barbs
Unidentified Amazon Floating plant similar to Indian Fern
Red Water Lily
Also a small range of second hand equipment such as filters, small tanks, pumps, bogwood and dry food.