North Sea Marine Conservation Roadshow From Scotland To Felixstowe Kicks Off Next Week

News Release From Net Gain

Next week sees the start of a two week programme of roadshow events to be hosted by Net Gain: The North Sea Marine Conservation Zones Project. The project team, based in Hull, hopes that the roadshow will mark the beginning of a strong working relationship with as many sea users and interest groups as possible throughout the Net Gain project area, which runs from the Scottish border in the north to Felixstowe in the south. This series of public meetings will act as an introduction to the project and will outline how people can get involved.

Joanna Redhead, Net Gain Project Manager says

‘We hope that as many people as possible that have an interest in the future of the North Sea come along to our roadshow. It is important to outline the project and the various ways that people can get involved. This is a once in a life time chance, we are ‘handing over the pen’ to the people who use and value the sea so that they themselves can identify the MCZ sites that are needed to meet the government’s targets.”

 

Come along and find out more about Net Gain at one of the following events:

 

Cullercoats: Dove Marine Lab                           January 11th 3pm & 6pm

Whitby: Whitby Yacht Club                               January 12th 4pm & 7pm

Scarborough: Scarborough Spa                         January 14th 3pm & 6pm

Kings Lynn: Kings Lynn Town Hall                     January 18th 4pm & 7pm

Lowestoft: Orbisenergy Centre                         January 19th 3pm & 6pm

Grimsby: Humber Seafood Institute                   January 21st 4pm & 7pm

 

If you would like any more information on these events or on the project as a whole, please contact us in the office: 01482 382007