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25th July 2018

Common Ground – community views on our shared seas

Come and enjoy a screening of a fascinating 30-minute documentary made in 2016, featuring local community voices and their views about the use and conservation of our shared seas. The film was made as part of the Common Ground community engagement project run by the Marine Conservation Society in partnership with the Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority, working with The Wash and North Norfolk Marine Partnership. The film will be followed by a short presentation with a questions-and-answers session about the project and its outcomes led by the Marine Conservation Society.

There is no cost for this event and there are four times to choose from.

  • Wednesday 9th August from 4.30pm to 5.45pm at Trues Yard Fisherfolk Museum, King’s Lynn
    • Contact True’s Yard to book a place on 01553 770479 or just turn up
  • Wednesday 9th of August from 7.30pm-8.45pm at The Green Britain Centre in Swaffham, Norfolk
    • Contact GBC on 01760 726100 to book a place or just turn up
  • Thursday 10th of August from 4.30pm to 5.45pm at Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes Visitor Centre
    • Contact NWT to book a place on 01263 740008 or just turn up
  • Friday 11th of August from 4.30pm to 5.45pm at Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre
    • contact to book or just turn up

Cover image credit, Peter Richardson

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