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
Round 5 launched
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Plans for a brand new & exciting festival for Lowestoft, attracting up to 20,000 people to the town & celebrating l… https://t.co/FLcrO000Y01 week ago2 weeks ago3 weeks ago4 weeks ago1 month ago1 month ago2 months ago2 months ago3 months ago
As part of the Coastal Communities Initiative, a draft masterplan outlining a future vision for Canvey Island Seafr… https://t.co/VxRpaMnhvT3 months ago4 months ago4 months ago4 months ago6 months ago
Our Economic Development & Regeneration team are at the Suffolk Coast Forum Conference today presenting work of loc… https://t.co/uvvMcX1ycC6 months ago6 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago7 months ago
Think before you flush, put wet wipes in the bin, not in your toilet! Keep our beaches safe, clean & tidy… https://t.co/nDUJSRqEDA8 months ago
The man in charge of England's flood defences has called for a debate on whether communities at the highest risk should be abandoned. (more…)
Almost 100 homes in a North Yorkshire fishing village are set to be protected under a “critical” £1.5m scheme. (more…)
Residents of a coastal village where houses are on the brink of falling into the sea have called on the government to help them. (more…)
A NEW creative space was officially opened in historic Old Portsmouth after a £1.75m makeover. (more…)
Scotland’s fishermen have a right to feel disappointed at the Government’s failure to secure a better Brexit transitional deal, Michael Gove has admitted. (more…)