We’re delighted to be able to offer schools, families and community groups a free shoreline activity pack. It’s bursting with ideas on events and projects that you can undertake in your local area to celebrate and preserve the history and wildlife that is so important to the Edinburgh shoreline!
We are over the moon to launch a new mural at Seafield Prom in collaboration with Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home, artists Katie and Emma of Studio N_Name and local residents.
We’ve had fantastic feedback about our project documentary, which charts what we’ve been getting up to in our first year and people’s thoughts on our coastline. Some folk have asked if there is a shorter version that they can show to their community group, friends or neighbours and we’re pleased to be able to share this shorter version with you!
A few weeks ago Dr Larissa Naylor from the University of Glasgow joined us for our 1st anniversary celebration, taking part in our discussion panel. As a token of our appreciation we gifted Larissa a packet of wildflower seeds – thrift, to be exact. Thrift, or armeria maritima, with its beautiful pink flowers loves to grow by the sea; sea cliffs, saltmarshes and dunes are some of it’s favourite places.