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Olrhain Ffynonellau Microbaidd
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The Shellfish Centre works in collaboration with stakeholders to improve understanding of contamination sources and environmental variables that could risk shellfish hygiene.
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Category Archives: News
Menai Strait Partnership Forum: 23rd March 2023, 6pm, Menai Bridge
The Menai Strait Partnership Forum will hold its first meeting on the 23rd March 2023 at 6pm, at the Marine Centre Wales. This Forum has been created through a partnership between MSFOMA and the North Wales Rivers Trust. The purpose of … Continue reading
Pacific Oysters report: Green light for progress
A new report published by scientists from Bangor University gives the green light for regenerating the shellfish farms in the western Menai Strait. If you have eaten oysters, then they were probably Pacific oysters. Although they are delicious, they are … Continue reading
Menai Strait (East) Mussel and Oyster Fishery Order 2022: Designation of Several Fishery Area
The new Menai Strait (East) Mussel and Oyster Fishery Order 2022 came into force on Saturday the 2nd of April 2022, replacing the old 1962 Fishery Order that has covered this area since 1962 and which expired at midnight on … Continue reading
New Order laid Before Senedd – March 2022
We are pleased to confirm that a new Fishery Order for the eastern Menai Strait was made by Lesley Griffiths MS (Minister for Rural Affairs and North Wales, and Trefnydd) and was laid before the Senedd on 4th March 2022. … Continue reading
Consultation period closes, responses being analysed.
Many thanks to everyone that has responded to our consultation over the past month. We have had over 20 responses – some in favour, some raising objections, and others simply making comments about mussel farming in the eastern Menai Strait. … Continue reading
Don’t miss the boat – consultation ends on 8th May.
A quick reminder that our consultation on the proposed new Fishery Order for the Eastern Menai Strait will run until Saturday 8th May. If you want to make any comments, make sure you send them to MSFOMA and Welsh Government … Continue reading
Consultation half way mark!
We’re now half way through the consultation period for the Menai East Fishery Order, which started on 8th April. Over the past couple of weeks you might have seen the posters that we put up at 18 locations around the … Continue reading
Menai (East) Fishery Order – Consultation Underway
The consultation on the new Fishery Order for the eastern Menai Strait begins today, Thursday 8th April 2021. This consultation is open to anyone with an interest in the area for the next month, ending on 8th May 2021. To … Continue reading
Eastern Menai Strait – Consultation on new Fishery Order after Easter
Shortly after Easter we will be publishing a new “Draft Order” for the eastern Menai Strait. This Order will replace the existing one that was made in 1962 and which is due to expire at the end of March 2022. … Continue reading
Watch out there’s a slipper limpet about!
Slipper limpets are small molluscs from North America that spread across the Atlantic to the UK and northern Europe in the 19th century. They are an “Invasive Non Native Species”. Slipper limpets can cause a great deal of damage. … Continue reading