Update on events in light of COVID-19

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Wed, 23 Sep 2020 8:00 to Thu, 31 Dec 2020 8:00

Update on events in light of COVID-19

All of us at Morecambe Bay Partnership are thinking of our friends and supporters as 2020 continues to be a difficult year. We hope that you are doing ok.  Please let us know if there’s something we can help with. 

We have cancelled most events and closed the office. The team is working from home.  You can contact us on 07780 901 692 or via info@morecambebay.org.uk

We'll keep our website up to date with any changes.

Long-standing volunteers are still busy with litter picks, bracken bashing and protecting roosting and nesting birds, but we have adapted all activities to make them safe.   Right now we're encouraging everyone to take part in family groups or bubbles.

Our usual annual conference for 2020 has been cancelled and we hope to run an event in Spring 2021. We'll miss seeing you all but are greatly looking forward to welcoming you back as soon as it is sensible to.  

Sending all our supporters and friends our warmest best wishes 

Susannah, Sophie, Michelle, Richard, Amy, Claire, Anya, Gareth and all the team.

We'll be pleased to hear from you if you want to get in touch, or tell us how we can help.

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Events Highlights

Tue, 15 Jun 2021 19:00
Sunset Series: Crossing the Sands

Until the coming of the railways, the main way from Lancaster to Ulverston, Millom and beyond, was across the sands of the Bay at low tide, accompanied by a guide.

Thu, 01 Jul 2021 10:30
Butterfly Magic on Barrow Slag Banks - Guided walk/exploration for the BOOM Project
Sun, 01 Aug 2021 12:00
Morecambe Bay's Tidal Islands - Guided walk to Chapel Island

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