Throughout Summer 2021 the project will be holding drop-in sessions across the project area to gather ideas, share how ideas are developing and collect feedback from the community. These sessions will be informal and a chance for people to ask questions and take part in the design process.
- Are you passionate about seeing a future where nature and people thrive?
- Do you have ideas or examples of how we can better support nature?
- Do you work on the land or with the sea and have experiences to share?
Join Siân, Project Officer of Summit to Sea to learn more about how the project has changed and how you can be part of the co-design process this Summer. We are also holding online drop-in sessions which you can register for below.
I know how important it is to listen to and work with those who work the land and sea, and the variety of people form the community, drawing in experts in specific areas from lived experiences as farmers or fishers to experts in particular scientific aspects. It’s great to have more and more local people involved, this is a really exciting phase of the project.
Wednesday 16th, 9.30-14.00 – Caffi Alys, Machynlleth
Thursday 17th, 15.00 – 17.00 – Cletwr, Tre’r Ddol
Friday 18th, 11.00 – 15.00 – Siop y Pethe, Aberystwyth
Saturday 19th, 10.00 – 14.00 – RSPB Ynys Hir, Eglwysfach
Wednesday 14th, 9.30 – 14.00 – Machynlleth Market
Thursday 15th, 15.00 – 17.00 – Cletwr, Tre’r Ddol
Saturday 17th, 11.00 – 14.00 – Dyfi Wildlife Centre
More to be confirmed
Booking is not required for the drop-in sessions, just pop by at any time that’s convenient for you. Our online drop-in sessions are available to book. Please use the booking system below to confirm your chat.
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