Join us as we explore the Yorkshire Coast in the next instalment of ‘Dive Deeper’.
Enjoy a relaxed evening of informative talks on Tuesday 7th June from 6:30pm, as our speakers take you on a journey of discovery of the magnificent Yorkshire coast.
We are delighted to present our three local champions:
Andy Doyle, Coastguard Search & Rescue Pilot
Helicopter Search & Rescue
With years of experience as a pilot in the Royal Air Force, search and rescue specialist Andy will share what it takes to operate the 999 helicopter SAR service to HM Coastguard. From the technical specialism of flying a rescue-configured Sikorsky S-92A to training and rescue operations, Andy will share the work of this vital, life-saving service, Bristow’s pilots, winch paramedics, winch operators, engineers and support staff based at Humberside Airport.
Dr James Wood, Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
Bringing Oysters and Sea grass back to the Humber
Once so many oysters inhabited the mouth of the Humber, you could walk from one side to the other stepping entirely on oyster shells! No longer the case, the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust alongside the University of Hull have formed the Humber Aquaculture Partnership, a two-year project funded by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, located at Spurn Point with the aim of re-introducing a number of species including native oysters whilst also regenerating the hugely important sea grass habitats. James is the North Sea Fisheries and Research Manager for the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and will detail the changing habitat at Spurn and the amazing oyster ecosystem engineers that work to keep our seas healthy!
Wave Crookes, SeaGrown
The UK’s First large-scale Offshore Seaweed Farm
As founder and director at the UK’s first offshore seaweed farm off the Yorkshire Coast in Scarborough, SeaGrown is forging the way in developing an exciting new marine industry. Pioneering the idea of growing sustainable, carbon-rich seaweed in the cold waters of the North Sea giving the opportunity to help the oceans recover and mitigate the climate crisis.
Recently featured on the Hairy Bikers and the One Show, discover how the seaweed grown has potential for many uses such as biodegradable plastics, bio-chemicals, natural food additives, textiles, fertiliser’s and nutritious food sources for an ever growing population. Wave’s career has spanned many marine sectors including Navy Diver, RNLI and research ships for the British Antarctic Survey.
Tickets are just £5, the bar will be open and serving a range of draft beers, wines, soft/hot drinks and delicious sandwiches, donuts and in house bakes.
Plus everyone who attends the event will be able to upgrade their ticket to a Day Plus Pass for free return visits to The Deep for 12 months, at no extra charge (saving £12.75 on a standard adult ticket at £17.75).
Terms & Conditions
- This is a special event, as such Day Plus Pass tickets cannot be used to book on to this event.
- A free upgrade to a Day Plus Pass will be offered for one person per ticket. This offer is only valid for guests who attend the event. The free upgrade will be available during the hours of 6:30pm – 9:30pm on the evening of Tuesday 7th June 2022 when the event takes place.
- No cash alternative is available.
- The Day Plus Pass is none transferrable.
- No refunds will be issued if tickets are cancelled within 7 days of the event.
- Recommended for age 14+
For full terms and conditions visit www.thedeep.co.uk/information/terms-conditions
Event runs until 9.30pm
Date07 June 2022 18:30
Who is it aimed at
Those intrested in stories from across the Yorkshire Coast