Sea to Summit Family Fun Day in Lochaber
The Sea to Summit Project is an arts project involving Lochaber schools and highlights the connections between the mountains and the seashores which characterise Lochaber. The project is supported by the Highland Seashore Biodiversity Project, Nevis Landsape Partnership and the Highland Council Countryside rangers.
The main focus of the project was the creation of a 3D map by pupils from Caol, Banavie and Inverlochy primary schools – in Glen Nevis, and Acharacle by the seaside. It was completed at the Glenuig Seashore festival, part of the Wild Lochaber Festival.
The finished map is now on display in the West Highland Museum and is certainly worth a look.
To celebrate this excellent project and to bring a taste of the seashore to the middle of Fort William there will be a family fun day on Thursday 30th July in Cameron Square. Find out about what fascinating creatures live in the seas around us, try out the new seashore game, test your knowledge with quizzes, find out about the work of the Nevis Landscape Partnership, create your own sea to summit map and much more. While there why not visit the West Highland museum to see the map exhibition and lot more fascinating things?
The events, which start from 11am onward, are all free and organisers it encourages more folks to get out and about to explore the Lochaber seashore a bit more.