Dear Sir/Madam

I am writing to you on behalf of COAST to request the support of your club and its members for the South Arran Marine Protected Area.

Marine Scotland has proposed the South of Arran be a Marine Protected Area as part of a larger MPA network across Scotland. The public consultation will be crucial in determining if and how the South of Arran will be included within this network.

COAST is a registered Scottish charity which works to ensure shared responsibility for the protection and restoration of the marine environment around Arran and the Clyde and the diversity of life it supports. We are looking to make the public aware of this consultation and ensure that clubs and organisations with a stake in the health of the marine environment are given the opportunity to voice their opinions.

This is your chance to respond to the MPA consultation.

For more information please visit our website www.arrancoast.com

We are counting on your support. We promise that we will not telephoning you unless you ask us for more information, but we do hope that you will respond positively to our written request and encourage others to respond. Remember that your response will help to ensure the protection of marine life for future generations.

Thank you in advance for your support!

Sincerely

Andrew Telford
Administration Officer
COAST (Community of Arran Seabed Trust)
Office: 01770 600656 Mobile: +44 (0)7533910512

Remember to fill in your South Arran MPA response form, your opinion counts!

www.arrancoast.com
Scottish charity No. SC042088

On 21st November Simon Willis, the producer of the ‘Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown’ series of DVDs, will be giving a talk on the latest DVD in the series, and showing extracts from it. This DVD, the third in the series, covers emergency rescues, first aid kits, navigation and rolling. Copies will be available.

The talk will be in the Technical Department of Garnock Academy in Kilbirnie. Cost £1 for Garnock members, £2 for others.

Best wishes,

Alison Wilson
Commodore
Garnock Canoe Club

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