Friday, 30 October 2015

A successful Seminar in Perth

Thirty-eight people attended the first of the three Project Review Seminars, which took place in Perth, on Tuesday, 27 October. 16 different organisations were represented and several private individuals were also present. As a result of this spread of interests the discussion was representative of a wide range of different views.

An introduction to the project was followed by four group discussions that considered a range of questions about predation posed by a facilitator from the Research Group. This gathered a large number of interesting ideas from delegates, which will be used to develop the conclusions from the project. A summary of the issues raised at all three seminars will be included as part of the final project report.

It was notable that the discussion was very positive and there was a real feeling that much could be achieved if better collaboration could be established between different interest groups.  Thanks go to all those who gave up their time to attend this seminar.

There are still a few places at these seminars that will be held in Inverness on Tuesday, 3 November and Edinburgh on12 November. See the flyer for more details. It will be interesting to see how the remaining two seminars compare with this first one.

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