Join local expert, Nic Coombey from the Solway Firth Partnership, for an easy 4km walk through Kirkcudbright down to Manxman’s Lake to hear the stories that lie behind placenames and discover why coastal habitats like merse and seagrass beds are so special.
As part of the ambitious Solway Coast and Marine Project (SCAMP) we would love to explore how we as local people and businesses, could benefit from investment in ‘natural capital’.. the unique habitats, sea and landscape along the Solway.
Future Visions Playtime
After the walk it is back indoors to the Johnston, St Mary Street, for a hot soup and a heat up; where we will talk, dream and share ideas about future options for our coast and marine environment.
What we’ll talk about:
Please join us. Have your say. Shape the future.
Brought to you by Dumfries & Galloway Council Environment Team and the Solway Firth Partnership.
This project is supported by NatureScot in collaboration with the Scottish Government and in partnership with the National Lottery Heritage Fund.