Richard Wheatley Ltd has partnered with the Wild Carp Trust and The Angling Trust. We will donate 20% of the value of all boxes purchase to either the WCT UK Conservation Charity or Anglers Against Pollution (relevant to your purchase).

About Angling Trust - Anglers Against Pollution

The Angling Trust has been campaigning for cleaner waterways since 1948 and through our new campaign, Anglers Against Pollution, seeks to give anglers a voice in the fight for a better future for our environment by holding the Government to account for its promises, its actions and its responsibilities.

Our waterways are suffocating from all forms of pollution – from agricultural runoff to plastics, chemical pesticides to raw sewage – time is no longer a luxury we can afford in the fight for a cleaner tomorrow for our environment, our fish and our sport.

You can find out more about the Angling Trust Angler Against Pollution at


About The Wild Carp Trust

The oldest strains of carp may have existed for centuries on their own but, in the current climate of predation, poor water quality, fashion for king carp, and angling trends that favour ‘biggest is best’, they face their toughest-ever challenge for survival.

As a dedicated entity with clear purpose, the Wild Carp Trust champions and fights for the protection of the oldest strains of carp, they educate others about the importance of these fish, and, most importantly, do everything they can to help the few remaining strains of medieval carp.

The Wild Carp Trust is funded principally by donations. The bulk of this money goes to their conservation work, protecting and securing fish in the wild, feeding and housing the young carp in their rearing facility and looking after the adult fish in their conservation pools. The remainder goes into their research programme that studies the growth rates and habits of these fish and reports on broader conservation work, and to their campaigns that generate public awareness and support for wild and feral carp.

You can find out more about the Wild Carp Trust at