MCS Press releases
As a charity MCS relies on your generous support
|14th August 2017||Can you help create one of the biggest beach cleaning event ever in Wales?|
|10th August 2017||Can you help create Scotland's biggest beach cleaning event?|
|9th August 2017||New report says Welsh Government must show greater leadership to protect seas|
|7th August 2017||Wallace, the wet wipe monster, heads to Newquay to highlight why ‘flushing’ is bad for bathing|
|18th July 2017||Marine Conservation Society and Waitrose aim to create biggest beach and river clean event series ever|
|6th July 2017||Could you spare a couple of hours to give Langland Bay a summer clean?|
|5th July 2017||Over 5,000 people give up single-use plastic in support of Herefordshire charity|
|3rd July 2017||Former EA bathing water expert joins marine charity to head up conservation work|
|29th June 2017||High street eateries and pubs falling short on seafood sustainability|
|25th May 2017||Wallace, the wet wipe monster, heads to East Looe to highlight why ‘flushing’ is bad for bathing|
MCS is well known by the media as a trusted source of news and information on marine matters. The degree of coverage given to our major projects and campaigns - sustainable seafood, clean beaches and seas, and protection for sea wildlife - is testament to our clear and focussed communications, all based on sound science. We've featured in many national newspapers and TV news broadcasts, helped make documentaries for Panorama and Channel Four's Fish Fight, and even made the occasional appearance on Countdown and The Archers!
If you are a journalist, you can contact the team on the dedicated press line 01989 561580, or get in touch directly with Clare Fischer (Media and Editorial Officer) 01989 561658, Kate Wilson (Editorial and Media Assistant) 01989 561667, or Richard Harrington (Communications Manager) 01989 561585. Alternatively, please use the online contact form.