Issue 37 Autumn/Winter 2012 is available to download on our downloads page.
Tidelines is the newsletter of Solway Firth Partnership. It is a full colour, glossy magazine with a circulation of over 2000 copies on both side of the Solway, and features a wide range of interesting articles and news items relating to events and activities in and around the Solway Firth. Tidelines also has an insert by E.ON about the latest news from the Robin Rigg Windfarm in the Solway.
Tidelines is free of charge and you can obtain a copy in several ways:
- by post from the Solway Firth Partnership offices (contact us)
- by email as a pdf file the Solway Firth Partnership offices (contact us)
- as a download from our Downloads page (previous copies also available here)
- subject to availability from the following locations:
Dumfries and Galloway
- Annan Museum (summer only)
- Cream O' Galloway visitor centre
- Dumfries and Galloway libraries (reference copy only)
- Dumfries, Gretna, Kirkcudbright, Newton Stewart and Castle Douglas Visitor Information Centres
- Mill on the Fleet (summer only)
- Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
- Stranraer Museum
- Tolbooth Art Centre, Kirkcudbright
- Wigtown County Buildings
- The Beacon, Whitehaven
- Carlisle Tourist Information Centre
- Cumbria library service (reference copy only)
- Maryport Wave Centre
- Maryport Aquarium
- Michael Moon's Bookshop, Whitehaven
- Tullie House, Carlisle
- The Rum Story, Whitehaven
- Silloth AONB Visitor Centre
- Whitehaven Tourist Information Centre
- Workington Tourist Information Centre
Solway Firth Partnership is not responsible for the content of any web site featured here.
We would love to hear from you too! If you have Dates for Your Diary, Letters to the Partnership, or you would like to promote an event or write articles for inclusion about the many aspects of the Solway Firth we would love to hear from you! Full names and addresses must accompany all correspondence but we can publish letters etc anonymously if requested. Please contact us for 'Guidelines for Tidelines'.