If you would like to be placed on the waiting list for for either a licence to fish for mussels by hand or a lease to cultivate mussels in the eastern Menai Strait, please either enter your details in the form below or click on the link here to download a form that you can fill in and return to us.
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UK sustainable seafood farm faces closure @DefraGovUK @MPGeorgeEustice CAN resolve it @CRHClover @Bluemarinef says it would be an “eye-popping travesty“Offshore-grown mussels are exactly what we should be eating @mcsuk @thetimes @BenGoldsmith @Rick_Stein https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/easier-rules-are-help-to-few-british-fishermen-banned-by-eu-wjf0k0jnv
In need of some #WelshSeafood recipe inspiration? We've got more delicious dishes coming your way this week, created exclusively for us by @SaltKitchen. 🐡 https://twitter.com/SaltKitchen/status/1384197963262558220
Paid two-week summer internships available @BangorUni, including a great selection @sos_bangor_uni. List here: https://my.bangor.ac.uk/employability-info/internopps.php.en (I particularly like the look of #21, but i may be biased...). Applications due May 5th.
Information about the new Fishery Order is published on our website with details on how you can participate in the consultation.
Watch out there’s a slipper limpet about! #InvasiveSpecies. Slipper limpets can cause a great deal of damage. They can become highly abundant, starving and smothering native shellfish. There have been some sightings of slipper limpets in the southern end of the Menai Strait