Lively lectures, talks and debate

Many think of the Saltmarsh Coast of North Norfolk as a place apart. But why is this coastline so special and so unique? And what are the challenges and opportunities faced by those who live, work and visit? Find out during the Saltmarsh Series – a set of lectures, talks and debates about this very special part of Norfolk. The second series (Jan– May) begins with The Sea:

Thursday 17th January

Sea Play: Swimming, sailing, cruising, rowing, angling, adventuring, compatibility, capacity and other issues.

Thursday 21st February

Sea Safe: Protection, rescue and safety services. Facts and myths about the risks associated with rising sea levels.

Thursday 21st March

Trashing the Sea: Sea, beach and harbour pollution; issues and options.

Thursday 18th April

Sea Images: An exhibition of paintings and photographs, plus a panel discussion on the challenges of painting and photographing the sea.

Thursday 16th May

The Glaven Ports, Part 2: The history of the ports and harbours of the Glaven estuary – Cley, Wiveton, Blakeney – since 1800. 

All events start at 7pm: tickets £5.
Book in person at the Visitor Information Centre, through Wells Maltings Box Office on 01328 710885 or online