Category: Current News

The Great Global Nurdle Hunt Now on!

Don’t Forget! The Great Global Nurdle Hunt, 8 – 17 February, wants to bring people together across the world to show industry, the general public and our governments the global extent and widespread issue of plastic pellet pollution. Nurdle Hunt Information provides everything you need to know to carry out your hunt! The data will be collated… Read more »

St Bees Head Heritage Coast Proposed Extension Consultation

For some time National Trust have been working with Copeland Borough Council and Natural England to put together a proposal to extend the St Bees Head Heritage Coast northwards towards Whitehaven. Copeland Borough Council is now asking for your views on these proposals with a public consultation open until 15th February. We encourage you to… Read more »

Still a Few Places left on the MMO Workshop for Iteration 3

From 21 January until 29 March 2019 the MMO will be engaging publicly on their work to date in the development of the north west marine plans (Iteration 3). This will provide stakeholders with an opportunity to input towards the development of marine plans in the north west area. The engagement will focus on: •… Read more »

MMO Iteration 3 Marine Planning Workshops for the NW Marine Plan Areas

Places are quickly filling up at the MMO Iteration 3 Marine Planning workshops in the north west although there is still time to book your place. The workshops will provide the ideal opportunity for you to check progress and input to the development of the plans. The engagement on Iteration 3 outputs will focus on:… Read more »

Solway Firth Partnership is Advertising for a new SMILE Project Officer

SOLWAY FIRTH PARTNERSHIP – SOLWAY MARINE INFORMATION LEARNING EDUCATION PROJECT OFFICER POST £25,750 (Full time 35 hrs/week) FTA: Until 31/12/20 Base: Dumfries Solway Firth Partnership is seeking applications for the post of Project Officer for the SMILE (Solway Marine Information Learning Education) Project.  The Project Officer will be an enthusiastic, positive and self-motivated person who will… Read more »

Take Part in the Great Global Nurdle Hunt

The Great Global Nurdle Hunt, 8 – 17 February, wants to bring people together across the world to show industry, the general public and our governments the global extent and widespread issue of plastic pellet pollution. The data will be collated by Fidra and shared at the Scottish Government’s International Marine Conference  on 21st February. To learn more and… Read more »

Scotland’s International Marine Conference 2019 – FREE!

Scotland’s vision is for clean, healthy, safe, productive and diverse seas that are managed to meet the long term needs of nature and people. This is only achievable through strong national action and international cooperation. Scotland’s International Marine Conference 2019 will focus on current national and international actions to protect the marine environment. Through discussion… Read more »

SWSEIC Wildlife Recorders’ Gathering on 30 March 2019

South West Scotland Environmental Information Centre (SWSEIC) is pleased to welcome everyone with an interest in wildlife and wildlife recording in SW Scotland to a spring gathering on 30 March 2019. The event will be an informal day of talks, presentations, networking and displays covering the wonderful wildlife of SW Scotland. This years event, the… Read more »

Beach Clean at Allonby North

Why not work off some of those Christmas calories by joining a beach clean on Saturday 29 December at Allonby North Beach from 10.00am to 12 noon. John Gorrill has organised this event to help clean up the coast. Please meet/park in the free northern car park beside the B5300 coast road, just within the… Read more »