AONB unveils plans for annual forum
Registration is now open for the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership's 2016 Annual Forum.
This year’s forum is being held at Westfield Park in Longhoughton on Friday, December 2.
The forum will include a mixture of updates on the work of the AONB Partnership and guest speakers include Mark Eaton, who is a principal conservation scientist with RSPB and will be putting the State of Nature Report into a local context.
Sam Isaac will also speak on sustainable tourism, while Clive Hallam-Baker will talk about the commemorations for the 1,000-year anniversary of the Battle of Carham.
Rob Young and Richard Carlton will talk about the Peregrini Landscape Partnership’s community archaeology projects that have been carried out throughout the year. Jessica Turner will talk on the committal of Anglo Saxon skeletons into the crypt at St Aidan’s in Bamburgh
Cllr John Woodman, chairman of the AONB Partnership, said: “This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in the Northumberland coast to come together and contribute towards the work of the AONB Partnership.
“We will be telling people about the current work of the Partnership and some exciting new projects for the future.”
Lunch as well as mid-morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided. Places cost £10 to cover costs and are limited, so registration is essential.
To book your place, visit http://northumberlandcoast_aonb.eventbrite.co.uk or access it via the AONB Partnership’s Facebook page. http://northumberland-coast-aonb.eventbrite.com