ABOUT MSEP

We are a not-for profit organisation established in 2000, whose work is centred around the understanding, conservation and promotion of the estuary’s natural and historical environments.

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8th September 2017 The Great British Beach Clean

Alongside Swale Brough Council, we will be taking part in the Marine Conservation Society's Great British Beach Clean. Come along and join us on Friday 15th September (10am - 12.30pm). Meet outside of the Little Oyster Cafe at Minster Leas on the Isle of Sheppey....

21st July 2017 Government publishes responses to microbead consultation

Defra, the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs in Northern Ireland have published the summary of responses to the consultation on proposals to ban the use of plastic microbeads in cosmetics and personal care products in the...

11th July 2017 Make a Wish Fish Pledge

As part of the Guardians of the Deep HLF project we're asking people to make a 'Wish Fish' pledge, to help protect Kent's precious marine environment. If you'd like to make a pledge, head over to here and sign up. SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave...

28th June 2017 Southern Water – Bathing Water Enhancement Programme

Southern Water has identified the seven locations where it will work with local authorities, the Environment Agency and other organisations to identify and fix the causes of pollution preventing the bathing water from being consistently rated Excellent.  Amongst the seven locations, are the beaches at Leysdown and Minster on...

23rd June 2017 Coastal Guardians

As part of the Guardians of the Deep project, we are looking to establish a network of volunteer 'Coastal Guardians', to be the eyes and ears of the Kent coast. Whether your interest lies in bird watching, angling, walking the dog, or simply enjoying the view,...

19th June 2017 Asian hornet – DEFRA launch new app to report sightings

DEFRA has launched a new free app, designed to make it easy for members of the public to report sightings of the Asian hornet.  Following the discovery of a nest in Gloucestershire last Autumn, there are fears that they could reappear again in the country,...

15th June 2017 Free Trees for Schools

Trees are not only vital for our health and happiness, but planting them can also be a great way to involve children with their local environment.  Funded by Defra and delivered in partnership by Learning through Landscapes (a UK charity specialising in outdoor learning and...

15th May 2017 The Cambria Trust – Volunteers wanted

Established in 1990, the Cambria Trust is dedicated to preserving the Cambria, a wooden Thames sailing barge built at Greenhithe in 1906 and famed as the last British registered vessel to carry a commercial cargo under sail alone (until 1970). Now fully restored, the trust is looking for...

30th April 2017 A Merry Perambulation

As part of Kent's Coastal Week 2012, the partnership commissioned local writer Carol Donaldson to follow in the footsteps of William Hogarth and friends, journey across north Kent in 1732. To celebrate the publication of Carol's debut book On the Marshes, we have decided to make...

27th January 2017 Guardians of the Deep – HLF success

We are delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund has agreed to support Guardians of the Deep, a three year project that aims to engage local communities, businesses and visitors by raising awareness of Kent's important marine habitats and promoting an active and on-going guardianship role to protect them...