Routes and Talks

The English Coast path is subdivided into 4 sections: the North-West section begins at the Scottish border near Carlisle and runs down to the Welsh border near Chester. The South-West section begins at the Welsh border near Bristol and runs all the way to Southampton. The South-East section runs from Southampton up to The Wash, and the North-East section takes us from The Wash back up to the Scottish border near Berwick. There are over 180 cities, towns and villages on the way which can potentially host our talks. We will endeavour to connect with local coastal community teams, schools, and organizations like the National Trust or the RSPB to organise talks in as many of these places as possible.

Below is a prototype version of our interactive map. In the finished version, clicking on the single towns will reveal the topic of the talk(s) given there and give access to the supporting material. People will be able to virtually hike all along the English coast and access verified scientific information. For now, you will find pictures, general information and links to our local partner organisations (work in progress).


The Plover Rovers are a charity dedicated to enhancing ocean literacy and empowering coastal communities through delivering exciting scientific talks all along the English Coast Path.

We are a registered charity in England and Wales (1189992).

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