The International Federation of Online Clubs and Aquatic Societies     

   I Focas

THE organization dedicated  to the promotion of the fishkeeping hobby worldwide

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.....Welcome to IFOCAS. It is now 2015, our 15th birthday. We have a membership group for every fishkeeper, group, business and aquarist, whether individual or commercial.........If fishkeeping is your speciality then we are  sure you will find something of interest to you on our site. All  world directories of clubs and aquatic bodies are just one click  away, but while you are here why not join us - it's really  easy.... There has been a slight delay in uplisting new members details recently due to the sheer volume of new members - but do not worry - if you have received your entry codes you are a member even if the public listing is a little delayed

MEMBERSHIP UPDATE!  January 2015. IFOCAS now has over 7,000 aquarist members in over 1,500 organizations spanning over 29 countries and is globally the largest and most influential hobbyist fish group. .

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BANGOR AQUARISTS

& BREEDERS SOCIETY

Northern Ireland

 

Est 1952

 

Bangor Aquarists Society was formed in 1952 by a few enthusiasts.  Our club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at The George Green Community Centre, Rathgill Parade, Bangor, Northern Ireland at 8.00 pm. There is a very friendly atmosphere among club members and visitors.  Anyone is welcome to come along to the club meetings and are under no obligation to join right away.

A common mistake is that we are all experts in the hobby.  This is not so.  Most of us started out with one tank.  Through fascination among other enthusiasts the fish club is  what it is today.  We have some members with a few tanks and those who run a fish house with around 50 tanks who have developed an interest in breeding and in showing their fish.

We  try to have a varied programme at each meeting.  This includes talks given by club members, slide shows, videos, fun quizzes and time for a discussion on problems, offering advice or remedies and sharing fish-keeping experiences.  Throughout the year we also hold table shows on several club nights. 

For further information e-mail bangor_aquarists@yahoo.co.uk 

       Bangor is an IFOCAS member

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