An illustrated talk on marine conservation will be held in Berrow on Tuesday evening (February 28th).

The national charity, MARINElife, will be visiting Berrow Village Hall at 7.30pm to give an illustrated presentation about looking for marine mammals and seabirds, surveying from ferries, small boats and from headlands, as well as how to get involved with marine conservation.

Rick Morris from the charity will be leading the talk, which will be open to the general public for a small entrance fee payable on the door.

The talk will last around an hour with the opportunity to ask questions at the end. Information about getting involved with the charity and Berrow Conservation Group will also be given.

Also see:
What’s on in Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge