How to become a SBFLAG member
The Swansea Bay FLAG (SBFLAG) welcomes applications from individuals who want to represent the fishing and aquaculture sector.
As a voluntary FLAG Member, you will:
- develop detailed understanding of the Local Development Strategy 2017-2020 and work with the SBFLAG Animateur to review and update it
- take a pro-active approach to the allocation of funding to priorities agreed in the strategy
- work with other members of the SBFLAG to setbthe local work plan and which projects or activities to invest in
- be available to go to 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
- allow 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
- make possible conflict resolution on coastal issues
- stay informed on coastal and 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 meetings
- work in collaboration
- opportunities to influence European and UK policy
How do I apply to become a SBFLAG Member?
Fill in an expression of interest form and send to the Swansea Bay FLAG.