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Copeland’s Coastal Conference returns for 2016

Barrowmouth bay (c) Sophie Badrick
Barrowmouth bay (c) Sophie Badrick

[P]laces are still available for this year’s Coastal Conference which takes place on 17 November at Muncaster Castle.

Organised by Copeland Borough Council and the Colourful Coast Partnership the conference aims to bring together all the individuals and organisations that have an interest in promoting and enhancing the coast and allows people to share successes and challenges that living and working on the coast can provide.

With a packed agenda of exciting speakers organiser and Colourful Coast Project Officer Sophie Badrick is looking forward to welcoming people to the conference. ‘It’s a great chance for everyone involved with the coast across the borough to get together, learn from each other, share their knowledge and celebrate this unique stretch of coast. Copeland’s coast is constantly changing, which provides problems and opportunities. We’ve got a diverse group of speakers so I’m sure there will be some lively debates’

The afternoon will include an update from West Cumbria Mining on their plans, a presentation on how the Copeland Coast is inspiring young architects and information on how people can get involved with a new national Citizen Science scheme to record marine species found along the coast.

The conference takes place at Muncaster Castle, 2-5pm on 17 November and is free to attend but places must be booked. For more information or to book a place email [email protected] or search for Copeland Coastal Conference on Eventbrite.

Tickets can be booked via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/copeland-coastal-conference-tickets-28573032710?aff=es2

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