The Coastal Partnerships Network (CPN) exists to encourage the exchange of information and debate between Coastal Partnerships and to establish links with other coastal stakeholders. It seeks to offer increased opportunities for learning, collaboration and influence, strengthening and supporting Coastal Partnerships and encouraging stronger representation of the value of their work.
The CPN has an annual calendar of events including: the Estuaries and Coasts: Catchment and Coastal Partnerships workshop supported by the Environment Agency and the Coastal Challenge Summit hosted in partnership with the Coastal Communities Alliance and the Local Government Association Special Interest Group. We also an annual Coastal Partnerships Network Forum to provide a platform for knowledge exchange between partnerships.
Made up of 50 organisations that work in partnership on the coast, the CPN is a valuable resource for local delivery. The Partnerships, their networks, experience and expertise are available for integrating the delivery of a whole suite of statutorily required strategic plans, actions and interventions.
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“We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch - we are going back from whence we came.”