Seascape Photography Talk – Past Event

Sea Journal
Tuesday 18 October 8pm RNLI Station, East Looe *Preceded by LMCG monthly meeting at 6.30 pm Lisa Woollett is writer, photographer and designer of two award-winning books: Sea and Shore Cornwall and Sea Journal.   Join us for a fascinating photography talk and learn a few tips on how t
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Ribs, Research & Regulation-Talk by IFCA – Past Event

Tuesday 17th May 7.30 pm RNLI Crew Room East Looe Guest Speaker, Samantha Davis (IFCA) Chief Officer at Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority, gives us a talk about the rapidly changing face of fisheries and environmental management and how this will affect Cornwall’s
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Festive Marine Trail of Looe – Past Event

Festive trail of Looe
Saturday 5th December Start 2.00 pm. Arrive RNLI by 4.30 pm Join fellow Looe Marine Conservation Group members during Looe’s Festive Weekend on a festive marine trail through Looe – a guided walk celebrating Looe’s fantastic wildlife. We start at the Coastguard Stati
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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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A Year in the Life of a BDMLR Vet – Talk Past Event

Dolphin Rescue BDMLR
Tuesday 21st April Upstairs at RNLI Station, East Looe Monthly Meeting 6.30 pm Illustrated Talk at 7.30 pm LMCG Volunteer and Veterinary Consultant with the charity British Divers Marine Life Rescue, (BDMLR) Darryl Thorpe describes the work of the charity’s vets & trained  v
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History of Looe Island – An Illustrated Talk – 2015 PAST EVENT

Looe island
Tuesday 17th February Upstairs at RNLI Station 7.30 pm Now owned by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, this illustrated talk will bring together information gathered over the years by a succession of authors to tell the story of Looe Island. Local historian, and manager of Looe TIC,  Mark Camp
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