LMCG Monthly Meeting and Fish Talk by biologist Doug Herdson

Tuesday 21st November, 6.00pm. RNLI Station, East Looe (Meet upstairs in the crew room) All welcome at our meetings! Whether you’re already a member or just interested in finding out more about marine conservation and getting involved, you will be very welcome to join our friend
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Past Event – Cornwall Good Seafood Guide: A Night of Fish ‘n Tips

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  Friday 17th February, 7.00pm – 10.00pm, Millpool Centre, West Looe. Join Us For A Night of Fish ‘N Tips Tickets £5 in advance (£7 on the night if available) – Book now to avoid disappointment A repeat of last year’s highly successful and popular Night of Fish ̵
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Past Event: LMCG Meeting and Talk By Marine Wildlife Photographer, Paul Naylor

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Tuesday 17th January, Meeting starts 6.30pm. Talk starts 8.00pm, RNLI Station, Looe (upstairs in the crew room). All welcome! Whether you’re already a member or just interested in finding out more about marine conservation and getting involved, you will be very welcome to join o
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Past Event: LMCG Meeting and Talk: Author and Artist, Biddy Lloyd

Tuesday 21st March, 6.30pm meeting starts. 8.00pm talk. RNLI Station, East Looe (Upstairs in the Crew Room) All welcome! Whether you’re already a member or just interested in finding out more about marine conservation and getting involved, you will be very welcome to join our fr
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Training session: Seaweed and its uses Past Event

Sunday 8th May, 1-3pm, Hannafore, West Looe. Sue Pybus, a dedicated LMCG volunteer will be giving an introductory training session on seaweed and its many beneficial uses. Learn about its uses in nutrition, biofuel and hygiene. This talk will highlight why it’s so important to p
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Do seahorses live in Looe Bay? Past Event

Friday 22 April, 7.30pm, RNLI Lifeboat station, East Looe (Note this date has changed from 19 April) Mark Parry, from the National Marine Aquarium, will be giving an overview on the Community Seagrass Initiative – a pioneering citizen science research project spanning the coasts
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