The Yorkshire Coast Group of the Marine Conservation Society are holding an event to mark World Oceans Day.  The details are below.  Anyone requiring further information can contact the address at the foot of this message.
Sunday 4 June 10.00 - 4.00

South Landing, Flamborough, Yorkshire
A day of exhibitions, videos and activities to introduce you to life in the sea and how you can protect it. Touch pools in the Visitor Centre will allow close views of sea creatures all day. A rockpool ramble will set off from outside the centre at 11.00.
South Landing Visitor Centre is at TA 230695 (OS Sheet 101 Scarborough & Bridlington).
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From Bridlington ring road take B1255 for Flamborough. At the village pass the church on the right. There is then a sharp left hand bend. Turn right on this bend, then right again in about 20m at small crossroads. Continue for about 1 km to car park at end which is adjacent to the centre.

We will probably include two locally produced videos, one about the exploration of a wreck off theYorkshire coast and one about the Marine Conservation Society's local group study of Filey Brigg marine life.

John Drewett
64 Pinfold Garth
Sherburn in Elmet
North Yorkshire
LS25 6LE
Tel/Fax +44 (0)1977 681898
Mobile 07808 282508

Details of a Marine Identification Course at Boggle Hole, near Robin's Hood Bay, Yorks (click on this text).

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