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27th July 2018

WSW event: Living by the Shoal – from 7pm onwards in Cromer and Sheringham

Friday 10th August: Rocket House Cafe, Cromer

Saturday 11th August: Sheringham Museum, Sheringham

A panel of 4-5 sea users and coast lovers take a moment to reflect on what it is that they love about their local marine environment. The panelists will comprise local people, including fishermen, divers, artists, scientists, walkers, and other local ocean enthusiasts. The session will be chaired by Hilary Cox, who will help ensure there is time at the end for a few questions. The evening is designed to be a celebration of local marine interests, culture and ecology.

Image (and cover image) credit: Samantha Bean

And recently confirmed BBC Norfolk’s Nick Conrad will be a panel member at the Sheringham event and David Whiteley in Cromer.

 The evening starts at 1900 with a drinks reception and entertainment, 1925 – 2030 for talks and 2030 – 2115/2130 will be for question and answer

Cost: FREE

Booking required: please contact Hilary Cox: 07704 971955 or hilary.cox22@gmail.com

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