Looe’s Mad About Mud! – Past Event

Fri 14 Aug  Meet Kilminorth Woods, Millpool Car Park, West Looe 11 am Booking essential for Mad about Mud event. Messy, dull, boring, lifeless? Wrong!  The mudflats of the Looe estuary are rich and interesting habitats that support a hidden community of fascinating plants and animals
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Talk: “Wild Looe” – Discover the Book – Past Event

Looe Seal Lucille
Tuesday 28th April. 7.30pm. Lostwithiel Community Centre, Pleyber Christ Way, Lostwithiel, PL22 0HE. Local wildlife enthusiast and author, Prof. Derek Spooner, shares the inspiration behind his book “Wild Looe“. Focusing on the wonderful diversity of habitats and wildlife
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Beach Clean: What’s the Tide Washed Up? Past Event

Ghost netting at Seaton Beach
Saturday 21st March  12 noon to 2 pm, Hannafore Beach, West Looe Meet below the Coastguard Station – look out for our sailflags. After the winter storms, it’s time to count the damage as we clean the beach collecting and counting marine debris.  Plastic? Nurdles? Ghost net
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Fulmars & Marine Plastics – 2015 PAST EVENT

Saturday – 7th March Meet at the Seaton Beach Cafe at 11am for a strandline walk. From 1.00pm join us at the Seaton Beach Cafe for lunch. The fulmar is a magnificent sea bird, but like other marine animals it is in danger by the increase in marine plastics. Every northern Fulmar
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Past Event – Wild Looe Book Launch 11 July

Wild Looe - a book by Dr Derek Spooner
A launch event for this new book about Looe’s Wildlife is being held on Friday 11th July at 7.30pm at St Martin’s Church Hall Looe with a talk, book signing by the author Derek Spooner and refreshments. Wild Looe is a new pocket book about Looe’s wildlife written by 
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Past Event – Join us on our Winter Walks in Looe

Lantic Bay In Winter, South East Cornwall
Our first shoreline winter walk of 2013 was on Sunday 17th November – part of the winter walks programme with the Looe Voluntary Marine Conservation Group.  And what a very pleasant morning it turned out to be. There was virtually no wind, it was dry, and high pressure over the
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