Month: April 2021

Shaping of the Solway Coast Webinar Available on YouTube

The webinar on the ‘Shaping of the Solway Coast’ is now available on the Solway Firth Partnership YouTube channel. The Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Solway Firth Partnership has presented a series of webinars over the winter, focusing on cross-border topics such as salt, dunes, and farmsteads. The webinar on ‘Shaping… Read more »

Spring / Summer Tidelines Now Out!

The Spring / Summer edition of Tidelines is now available. This edition features a great range of articles from the new Silloth to Allonby cycleway and the Cumbria Local Nature Recovery Strategy on the south Solway to the wildflowers on the Rhins and field names on the Borgue coast from the north Solway. To download… Read more »

Environment & Sustainability Lead Sought at Cumbria County Council

A new Environment & Sustainability Lead is being sought at Cumbria County Council. The Council is undertaking significant activity to support the mitigation of the impacts of Climate Change. Working with partners, the service is increasingly playing a role in developing and delivering meaningful initiatives and projects to support key areas including the Environment, Natural… Read more »

Have Your Say in the Dumfries and Galloway Shoreline Management Plan Consultation

Have your say in the Dumfries and Galloway Shoreline Management Plan Consultation. The Dumfries and Galloway Shoreline Management Plan is being updated to establish a robust, evidence based and sustainable approach for managing the risk of coastal flooding and erosion along our coastline. A series of engagement events is planned throughout the study period to… Read more »