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How to become a SBFLAG member

The Swansea Bay FLAG (SBFLAG) welcomes applications from individuals wishing to represent the fishing and aquaculture sector who might like to sit on the SBFLAG and bring their subject matter expertise to the group.

As a voluntary FLAG Member, you will be:

  • Developing a detailed understanding of the Swansea Bay Fisheries Local Development Strategy 2017-2020 and working with the SBFLAG Animateur to review and update it, keeping it relevant.
  • Taking a pro-active approach to the allocation of funding to priorities agreed in the Strategy
  • Working with other members of the SBFLAG to determine the local work plan and which projects or activities to invest in
  • Be available to attend regular meetings to support the above activities.

What can the SBFLAG do for you?

  • Provide effective stakeholder engagement
  • Design and deliver innovative projects and get involved in all FLAG projects
  • Empower communities to tackle coastal issues affecting them
  • Provide educational material to schools, businesses and communities
  • Enable networking opportunities through conferences and events
  • Work effectively on issues/opportunities for the coast using our members knowledge and expertise to deliver results
  • Facilitate conflict resolution on coastal issues
  • Stay informed on Coastal & marine information
  • Become better informed on policy decisions
  • Meet others working in other maritime sectors in a neutral setting
  • Share knowledge and good practice
  • Get your ideas and news heard and discussed through our at our meetings
  • Work in collaboration
  • Opportunities to influence European and UK Policy

How do I apply to become a SBFLAG Member?

All you have to do is complete an Expression of Interest (EOI) form send to the Swansea Bay FLAG.

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