Above: Loch Creran offers a wide variety of interesting, and often colourful, marine habitats to explore. Photo: Gordon Fletcher.
On Wednesday 8th February, we have two illustrated talks about some of the most interesting and accessible dive sites around the British Isles. Gordon Fletcher (MCS Lancashire) will look at Sealochs, characteristic features of the West Coast of Scotland, that offer sheltered diving on a diverse range of marine habitats. Barry Kaye (MCS Lancashire) will look at Kelp forests – interesting and diverse ecosystems, that are often avoided by divers, as looking a bit too much like Tolkien’s Mirkwood…
The talks are aimed at a general audience, and an admission fee of £2 is charged to cover costs.
WHERE: The cinema at the Gregson Community Centre, Lancaster, LA1 3PY
WHEN: Wednesday 8th February at 19:30
ADMISSION: £2.00 Admission
Sea lochs and kelp forests poster (PDF 672kB).
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