Falmouth Marine Conservation group, along with many voluntary organisations, public and private sector are following the advice from senior medical officers and the Government and have suspended all activities, committee meetings held at the Chainlocker, outreach and events, both indoor and outdoor for the time being.
As such all the publicised events posts on here or on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages will not be going ahead. We expect this situation to be in place for all of May and it is likely that the lockdown will continue beyond May.
If you need to contact us, be put on a mailing list for future events, etc., please contact us via our Email address: we will get back to you as quickly as possible. We intend to rearrange the Blue Health talk originally scheduled for May 2020, for a later date, once this crisis has abated. We will keep you update at best as possible and keep our social media channels running to showcase some of our work.
Stay safe, keep indoors as far as possible, take every possible precaution and keep healthy.
Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.
Secretary, Falmouth Marine Conservation. April 2020
FALMOUTH MARINE CONSERVATION AT A GLANCE
Falmouth Marine Conservation Group was founded in November 2016 by active volunteers - we aim to:
Inspire the community through engaging events, campaigns and projects
Work with local groups, organisations and schools to educate about marine conservation
Monitor and record marine wildlife to support conservation efforts
Engage with local businesses so that together we can have a positive effect on the local environment
Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.