Tidelines Events, Activities, Projects

Find out what is going on, how you can get involved. We are run events exploring different aspects of the changing estuary and coastline. There are many ways to get involved including short activities you can do at home and upload via the website (e.g. maps, diaries etc), long term community research projects arising from community interest (e.g. estuary water quality), attending public events (e.g. Rachel Carson book discussion or High Water), volunteering to help with Tidelines activities, writing a blog for the Tidelines website on an estuary topic or contributing as an collaborator artist (e.g. film relating to the estuary). The subject is celebration and investigation of the changing estuary. A number of projects are ‘in the pipeline’ as we come out of Covid restrictions. Please join our mailing list or watch the website to find out about events or get in touch via email if you want to know more about how to get involved or about a particular project.

If you or your family want to get involved NOW you are invited to take part in one or more of the 5 activities you can find here

Singing the Sea & Alive Alive O!

Singing the Sea & Alive Alive O!

Singing the Sea & Alive Alive O!   Image: Plymouth University 2nd year Illustration students - Tidelines project Two projects connected by sound. Sound is different under the water. Water can carry sounds far further than air. What sounds can we hear? What...

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Salmon Run

Salmon Run

Salmon Run Salmon Run Sunday 25 September 2022   The Atlantic salmon is a keystone species, an indicator of the health of our waters.  The story of the salmon also tells us about climate change and changing water temperatures in seas and rivers, water flow and...

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The Incredible Salmon

The Incredible Salmon

The Amazing Exe Salmon Salmon mean a lot to people for their amazing journeys, their waterfall leaping skills, their size and their appearance in our iconic rivers. They have a place in the mythology of our culture as heroic creatures and sources of wisdom. And they...

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Pop Up: Starcross and Topsham

Pop Up: Starcross and Topsham

Pop Up Exhibition at Starcross and Topsham   We had a great two days sharing ideas, thoughts and artworks from the Exe Box and online activities in Starcross and Topsham over the weekend. Participation and interest exceeded our expectations and we enjoyed hearing...

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Body of Water – monitoring water quality

Body of Water – monitoring water quality

BODY OF WATER   BODY OF WATER: Water Monitoring creative lab/workshop day on Monday 19 July Are you interested in or concerned about the water quality in the River Exe and on Exmouth Beach? Maybe you’re a swimmer, kite-surfer, dog walker or fisherman and have...

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High Water: Tides, Climate, Oceans and The Exe estuary

High Water: Tides, Climate, Oceans and The Exe estuary

HIGH WATER EVENT: 30 March 2021 Sarah Cameron Sunde Tidelines partnered with Art-earth and Low Carbon Devon to run the High Water event where 60 artists and scientists and others from all round the Uk and the world talked about their work and relation to the oceans,...

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The Exe Estuary Box

The Exe Estuary Box

  https://youtu.be/ZiG5Fhd2atY Welcome to the Exe Estuary Box! What is it?The Exe estuary box is a place to share thoughts, experiences, ideas and questions on the Exe estuary and coastline, in your own time, from your own home. You could do these activities on...

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What we want to know about…Changing Sea Temperatures

What we want to know about…Changing Sea Temperatures

This image shows the bathymetry (undersea topography) of the North West European Shelf Seas (NWS), the seas around the UK (including the English Channel and the North, Celtic and Irish Seas).The European continental tectonic plate extends below the sea surface over a...

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