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- Climate Education and public awareness & participation
- Nature and Nature based solutions, Biodiversity and Oceans
- Mobility and Tourism
- Heritage-based adaptation and mitigation
Rising Water? South Ayrshire Museums & Galleries connect with coastal communities
For the final weekend of COP26 conference in Glasgow, look out for us at one of South Ayrshire’s beautiful beaches, chat to us about how they feature in the Council’s Fine Art collection, meet local interest groups and find out how we are working together to respond to climate change.
Saturday 13th November
Troon Beach 11am-12:30pm at the South Beach Kiosk
Prestwick Beach from 2pm-4pm at the Promenade at the end of Links Road, across from the public toilets and cafe.
Sunday 14th November
Maidens 11am-12. 30pm outside the Church Hall
Girvan Beach from 2pm - 4pm by the Biosphere Bikes hub, behind the Quay Zone
Regardless of the weather, Museums staff will be there to chat about the Fine Art collection, South Ayrshire Rangers will lead environmental art activities and you can pick up a free South Ayrshire beach art pack to complete at home.
We’ll be asking people to stay socially distanced, and one person from each household will be asked to complete a Test and Protect form.
These events are supported by the #COP26Conversations fund developed in partnership by Museums Galleries Scotland, Historic Environment Scotland and Scottish Libraries Information Council.