The Albury Estate forms part of the Duke of Northumberland’s lands and includes the Vale End, Weston, Powdermills and the Park water close to the picturesque village of Albury.

The Estate provides day ticket lake fishing for brown and rainbow trout on Vale End, Weston and Powdermills. The Park fishery includes both lake and stream fishing – a good stretch of the River Tillingbourne – but is open only to syndicate members.

Albury is an ideal venue for a corporate day out or fly fishing tuition.

The local hostelry – the Drummond Arms – is a traditional English pub with a reputation for fine food and great local ale. I can particularly recommend the “Sheere Drop” a good example of the local brewery’s art.