Hundreds of people will gather at Plymouth’s Tinside Lido tomorrow evening to celebrate the marine life of the Plymouth Sound & Estuaries European Marine Site.
There will be swimming, snorkeling, short films, marine life talks and raps, food from the cultural kitchen and much more.
The event was thought up and organized by local people and communities including young people and the international community, working together with the Blue Sound Project.
Blue Sound Project Officer Bex House said “Organizing the event has been a real community effort, and huge thanks to our partners including Stepping Stones To Nature, the National Marine Aquarium, Fotonow, The Zone, The Conservation Volunteers and many others”.
We are sorry to announce to anyone still wishing to come that the event is now fully booked.
People in Plymouth have greater opportunities to experience their superb marine environment through the Blue Sound Project, which has received money from Natural England as part of its £28.75 million Access to Nature programme, funded through the Big Lottery Fund’s Changing Spaces programme.
Blue Sound is a partnership project of the Marine Biological Association. For further information, visit www.bluesound.org