Swansea Bay Fisheries Local Action Group (SBFLAG)
The Swansea Bay Fisheries Local Action Group area covers Bridgend to Bury Port Harbour including Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot.
The SBFLAG maintains a strong vision for Swansea Bay: 'By 2020 we want to see successful, sustainable, economically viable local fishing and associated industries, aware of its heritage, and well equipped to meet current and future challenges.'
SBFLAG Baseline Report (PDF) [1MB]
SBFLAG Evaluation Final Report (PDF) [2MB]
SBFLAG local development plan and strategy
The Swansea Bay Fisheries Local Action Group (SBFLAG) is an independent strategic partnership, which looks at the long term, broad-scale issues facing the Welsh coast and its inshore waters.
Key themes and objectives of SBFLAG
A series of key issues were created after looking at findings from the Fishing Industry Research Study in 2015 and the feedback from consultation with stakeholders in early September 2016.
The Swansea Bay Fisheries Local Action Group is responsible for implementing £285k of projects.
Applying for SBFLAG funding
The application consists of two stages and the SBFLAG staff are on hand to help you at any point during the application process.
The FLAG is integral to the approach of being a community led programme which promotes and supports co-operation and partnership working.
How to become a SBFLAG member
The Swansea Bay FLAG (SBFLAG) welcomes applications from individuals who want to represent the fishing and aquaculture sector.
Seafood cookery demonstrations at Swansea Market
Check out the delicious recipes that were cooked daily.
Fish is the Dish
Six great lesson plans aimed at ages 9-11, plus downloadable material for teachers to use in the classroom!
Amanda J Jones
- Amanda J Jones
- Job title
- SBFLAG Animateur
- 07980 938623