Marine flora and fauna of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight coasts
Tim will talk about the incredible marine flora and fauna of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight coasts, and how we can help to protect them through the next Marine Conservation Zone consultation happening right now!
Tim Ferrero – Senior Specialist for Marine Advocacy Technical Specialist, Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
PLEASE NOTE SECURITY MEASURES FOR ENTERING DOCK GATE 4
Visiting the NOC: As the NOC is located within the Port of Southampton and entry is via Dock Gate 4 Port Security require all visitors bring along with them their confirmation ticket and a valid form of photographic ID (Driving License / Passport). The Port of Southampton is the Strategic Authority for the implementation of security within the port area where the NOC is located.
Parking at NOC
There are a number of designated visitor parking spaces available at NOC. If these are full after 5pm please drive to the staff car parks barriers, access can be given by pressing the intercom button in the box next to the barrier, on requesting entry you will be asked for Name and Car Registration number and the barrier will be lifted.
Please do not park in areas not designated for parking and ensure roadways are kept clear.
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Marine Life Talks
These talks are usually held on the first Thursday of each month (except in January) at 7pm in the Henry Charnock Lecture Theatre, National Oceanography Centre. Please sign in outside the lecture theatre on level four.
All talks are free and open to members of the public.
August – no MLT due to holiday break