Coastal Community Alliance
Formed in 2007 the Coastal Communities Alliance objective is focused on “Seeking to build alliances and common purpose around the coast of Britain, with a particular focus on socio-economic challenges”.
Coastal Community Teams
‘Coastal Community Teams’ to enable local communities to come together and develop a common vision and plans for their area.
Coastal Arts &
Opera for All works in isolated coastal communities to deliver a tour of interactive creative education work with schools and adult groups.
Coastal Communities Fund
Creative coastal entrepreneurs can bid for a share of £90 million government funding available UK-wide over the next 4 years to support their plans to reel in jobs and revitalise our much-loved seaside areas.
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New intern Maria, who has joined our Economic Regeneration team for 12 wks, has been learning about the East of Eng… https://t.co/mn52VQBxYP1 month ago1 month ago1 month ago2 months ago2 months ago2 months ago3 months ago3 months ago3 months ago3 months ago4 months ago4 months ago
Could you provide children’s entertainment, cycle hire or other activities in Lowestoft this summer?… https://t.co/8KqQGwzUEz4 months ago4 months ago5 months ago5 months ago5 months ago5 months ago5 months ago
Looking forward to welcoming guests from around the coast to the launch of the Coastal Culture Network today… https://t.co/zzZG6CFO4e5 months ago5 months ago5 months ago5 months ago6 months ago
1st steering group meeting for new Southwold CCT last night, with representatives from local councils, businesses &… https://t.co/qE3lrO9IFB6 months ago6 months ago
Flash flooding has seen torrents of water sweep through the Cornish coastal village of Coverack. (more…)
The clean-up operation has begun across pockets of the country after localised flooding caused by thunderstorms brought destruction to communities. (more…)
Gainsborough MP Sir Edward Leigh has called on his colleagues to swap the warm Mediterranean climate of France or Italy for their summer holiday and instead visit “bracing Skegness”. (more…)
Local MP Bob Seely has urged the government to use the Isle of Wight as a pilot area to test the impact of cutting VAT rates for the tourism economy.…
Plans to develop a tidal energy scheme in the Lynn Peninsula have moved closer to becoming a reality. (more…)