Annual Impact Report and Accounts
Every year we engage over one million people in our campaigns and projects. By embracing the connection between people, their livelihoods and life in the ocean, we can help communities value having a healthy ocean, whether they live and work by the coast or in the ocean or are occasional visitors. Our approach is underpinned by a strong theme of evidence-based policy work, campaigning and advocating solutions backed by science.
Our Annual Impact Report and Accounts describe our key activities each year, what we’ve achieved and what are plans are for the future. In the words of our Chairman, Hugh Raven: ‘Our volunteers are key to our success, as are all our dedicated staff, members, supporters, partners and funders. Having this support gives us confidence, independence and space to allow us to be nimble and innovative in achieving the ambitious change we seek to look after our seas.’
Read our latest Annual Impact Report and Accounts here: Please note: These are draft documents prepared in advance of the MCS AGM (details below).
Prior Year Impact Report:
Prior year Financial Statements:
- 1st April 2016 to 31st March 2017
- 1st April 2015 to 31st March 2016
- 1st April 2014 to 31st March 2015
- 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held each year for the purposes of Approving the Annual Report and Accounts, the appointment of auditors and changes to the Trustee board. MCS members, who are the Society’s members under Company Law, are entitled to attend the AGM and vote. In 2018, we are also proposing a special resolution to amend the Articles of Association. Our 27th AGM will be held on Tuesday 6th November 2018 at the National Museum, Cardiff at 7:40pm.
Actions you can take
- Explore the 'How you can help' section of our website
- Take part in our latest campaigns
- Open our Strategy 2017 - 2027 .pdf
Did you know?…
MCS launched its Beachwatch programme in 1994
MCS first launched the Good Beach Guide in 1987 as a book to highlight the woeful state of the UK’s bathing waters
MCS started in 1983 in a garden shed in Herefordshire
Night at the museum
Join MCS and special guests for a night at the museum. Tuesday 6th November 2018 5:30pm. Includes our AGM. Supported by our partner GlenmorangieBook tickets