Date(s) - 27/11/2018 - 28/11/2018
10:30 am - 4:00 pm
Park Plaza Hotel Cardiff
Amy Pryor, chair of the Coastal Partnerships Network, (and TEP’s Programme Manager) will be opening and closing the CPN annual forum in November. The event brings together Coastal and Estuary Partnerships (like TEP) and partner organisations working on the coast, enabling the identification of common issues, collaboration opportunities and the sharing of experience and expertise on a national scale.
This year’s event will be spread over two days, starting with a field visit to the Severn Estuary and followed by an afternoon of speakers representing initiatives that provide new opportunities, from the newly launched Marine Social Sciences Network to the Marine CoLABoration, Future Generations Commissioner’s Department and Living Coast Project.
There will be coastal fora updates from the MPA/EMS network, Coastal Communities Alliance and LGA Coastal SIG, and the chance to hear all the latest news and activities from Coastal Partnerships around the UK. Two workshops are featured, one on Valuing Social and Natural Capital and the second on Deeper Stakeholder Engagement in Marine Planning, funded by the EMFF Enhancing Stakeholder Engagement Project. The event is a unique opportunity to share the wealth of experience Coastal Partnerships possess and identify new areas for collaboration and partnership working – don’t miss your chance to attend!
Cost: A fee of £85 (inclusive of booking fee) per delegate includes both days of the conference, the field trip and a networking dinner on the evening of the 27th. This does not cover accommodation.
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Exhibitions, Delegate Pack Inserts and Sponsorship: Opportunities exist.If you are interested, or have any queries regarding the event, please email the Coastal Partnerships Network Officer firstname.lastname@example.org