Our in situ talks are expected to start in late June 2021. Meanwhile, we continue to regularly offer free webinars - have a look below what's on! Both types of events are ticketed, but all tickets are free! Once you claimed your free ticket, you will receive an email with the Zoom link for online events and with further details for in-person events. If you have any issues, you can contact us directly. Tickets will become available as soon as dates have been finalised. We hope to see you at one of our events soon!

Upcoming Events

  • Research, conservation and protection of the UK's Seahorse Species
    18 May, 12:00
    Join Beccy from The Seahorse Trust to find out more about the Trust's work and the incredibly cryptic and enigmatic seahorse species found living around British and Irish coastlines.
  • Invasive Species in UK waters
    20 May, 12:00 – 13:00
    Lois Duff presents her masters research which focussed on positive facilitatory interactions between marine invasive species in natural and artificial habitats. She will begin by giving a general introduction to invasive species and highlight their impact within the marine environment.
  • International Sand Dune Day
    Fri, 25 Jun
    25 Jun, 13:00
    Cleethorpes, Cleethorpes, UK
    Find out about our fragile dune ecosystems and what we can do to help them thrive.
  • Getting to know our local salt marsh
    14 Aug, 11:00
    Portbury, Wharf Ln, Portbury, Portishead, Bristol BS20 7TD, UK
    Join us for an exciting day out on the Portbury Wharf salt marsh. Find out who lives here (below and above ground), what the underlying geology is like, build a mud monster, draw saltmarsh plants with local artists and find out what role the marshes can play in climate change mitigation.
  • A walk around Cley Marshes on the North Norfolk Coast
    16 Oct, 10:00 – 13:00
    Cley next the Sea, Cley Marshes Visitor Centre, Coast Rd, Cley next the Sea, Holt NR25 7SA, UK
    Let wildlife tour operator and photographer Carl Chapman take you on an exciting walk to discover the amazing wildlife of Cley Marshes.
  • Brean Down art&geology
    Time is TBD
    Time is TBD
    Somerset, Brean Down, Burnham-on-Sea TA8 2RS, UK
    Join artist Sara Dudman and geologist Mathilde Braddock at Brean Down Promontory for a chat about art, geology and how the two can intertwine and help enhance our understanding of (and empathy for) our natural surroundings.
  • Discover Seven Sisters and the Cuckmere haven floodplain
    Time is TBD
    Exceat, Exceat, Seaford BN25 4AD, UK
    Join Nik Long, conservation biologist, on a guided walk (7-8 km) along the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. You'll be looking out for and ID'ing insects and birds and learn a lot about this awesome habitat.
  • The importance of local small scale fisheries
    Time is TBD
    Normans Bay, Normans Bay, Pevensey BN24, UK
    This June, come along to a short walk along the beach from Normans Bay to the next station along (around 2miles) with Caroline from Sole of Discretion. She will talk about the need for a more sustainable and "ethical" approach to fisheries and about the role of small scale local fisherfolk.
  • An ever-changing landscape - understanding Gibraltar Point
    Time is TBD
    Croft, Gibraltar Point, Croft, Skegness PE24 4SU, UK
    In collaboration with the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, we invite you to find out more about this dynamic stretch of unspoilt coastline running southwards from the edge of Skegness to the mouth of the Wash.
  • Walking and Talking our local beach (Morecambe Bay)
    Time is TBD
    Lancashire, Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom
    A collaboration between Plover Rovers and the Lancashire MCS, join us this summer to learn more about the fascinating wildlife right on our doorstep.