I was so sorry to hear of the passing of our very good friend Mick Rivers. He was a wonderful man and he was a great friend as well.
I will never forget all that he did for me in helping with Cambridge Charity Fund Raisers
Mick was one of the first anglers to join CCFR and was always keen to make a donation through his beloved Royston Angling club.
I never heard an ill word spoken of him. He was kind, compassionate, and a true gentleman. Sadly there are few people like that in the world today.
We will all miss his sense of humour and words that would echo around the lake.
HELLO MY BOY - THEY WILL NEVER SELL ICE CREAMS DRIVING AT THAT SPEED as an ambulance could be heard in the distance with its sirens blasting out.
AND WHO COULD FORGET THE MICK RIVERS DUCK WARBLER TO START AND END ALL OUR MATCHES
I could never repay all that he did for me and CCFR, but I would at least like to do what little I can and in doing so, honour his memory with the introduction of a new award during our fishing series.
We all extend our sympathy to Mick’s sons Shaun and Simon along with the family and let them know how much we share their pain at this sad time.
In Friendship & Sorrow,
Ian Darler and everybody at Cambridge Charity Fund Raisers
Cambridge Charity Fundraisers are a voluntary organisation, raising money for local charities through fishing tournaments, donations, sponsorship and events.