Come join us for the first in our series of Pembrokeshire Marine Code environmental training events this Spring.
An opportunity to learn more about the Pembrokeshire coastline, to enjoy and share with your customers.
This event is aimed at activity operators and tourism organisations, providing useful and interesting information.
An event to:
• Discover the awesome industrial heritage of Pembrokeshire’s coastal landscapes
• Find out more about Pembrokeshire's archaeological past
• Realise the connection between Pembrokeshire’s rich geology and historical extraction which defines the landscape of today
• Understand the amazing coastal creatures that utilise our ‘built environment’ to their advantage
• Explore best practice and codes of conduct to help minimise disturbance
• Highlight the Marine Code App, as a tool to identify and report wildlife sightings
An exciting line up of speakers, experts in their field, have been organised for the event, highlighting the archaeology and geology of our coastline, plus the coastal creatures found on our 'built' environment.
A morning of inspirational talks from our speakers:
Tomos Jones - Community Archaeologist for the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Sid Howells - Local Geologist who has spent over 40 years working in industry, conservation, research and education.
John Archer-Thomson - Has spent his life in environmental education and conservation. Now a freelance coastal ecologist, photographer, writer and tutor.
We have created a fun quiz, which fits alongside the event. If you would like to take a look beforehand, please do follow the link to ‘The big and rocky industrial heritage and changing coasts quiz!’ at: https://forms.gle/ZzcktUh7cnWozx2NA
More about the quiz will be explained at the event...points will win prizes!
A separate afternoon event to investigate a coastal site will be arranged if Covid-19 regulations allow (this will be advertised separately).