Solway Firth Partnership is seeking applications for a Partnership Officer to support the Partnership Manager.  The Partnership Officer will provide support to the Partnership Manager on a range of tasks including identifying and securing project funding, developing and delivering projects, representing the Partnership on forums such as the Solway Area Advisory Group for River Basin Management Planning and producing Tidelines magazine and other publications... Read more

YES! Young E Citizens for a Sustainable European Coastline. Solway Firth Partnership hosted 10 young volunteers for 3 weeks as part the YES! project delivered through the European Union ‘Youth in Action’ Programme. The Solway Firth Campus brought together young people from across Europe so they could learn about the area and develop the promotion of opportunities for volunteers to get involved in raising awareness of ... Read more

Scottish consultation on fish quotas, North Western IFCA Byelaw consultation and latest news from Defra and the MMO.The first stage of consultation on the allocation and management of Scotland’s fish quotas is underway. A letter has been issued to a wide range of Scottish fishing interests which explains more about the aims of this process and seeks initial feedback before 31 March 2014.... Read more

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What is Solway Firth


Solway Firth Partnership works to support a vibrant and sustainable local economy while respecting, protecting and celebrating the distinctive character, heritage and natural features of our marine and coastal area.


We do this by working with people on both sides of the Solway Firth and further afield on a wide range of projects. We also contribute to development of policies for management of the coast and sea. We aim to engage with as many people as possible to help ensure that local views shape the future of the area.



Making the Most

of the Coast

The edge where the land meets the sky is always a dynamic place and often one of the few remaining locations we can experience wild land. The seashore is a great place to help people of all ages and backgrounds gain new experiences by getting involved.


Solway Sea Monster
A mysterious Monster has emerged at Red Haven beach, Auchencairn, thanks to the beach cleaning efforts of local volunteers. More
Making the Most of the Coast was announced as the project deserving special recognition in the Greener Scotland...More
The Newsletter of the Solway Firth Partnership. The Winter 2013 edition of Tidelines is now available.Tidelines ... More
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