Sounding Coastal Change at Castaway

A woman wearing an orange jacket and sound boom leans over some sea foam on the beach at low tide

Coastal change has been ever present in the lives of coastal communities, but it presents many new challenges for us today.

Come and visit the Sounding Coastal Change team at the Northey Island Castaway weekend to explore and take part in some of the creative ways we are using to open up discussions about coastal change – for example issues of coastal erosion, rising sea levels and climate change.

We will be running recording sessions, where you can learn to make your own sound recordings of nature and people around the island, and help to Build a Sound Ark, play Desert Island Discs, try the sonic relay and even set up a digital Message in a Bottle.

Castaways will have the chance to watch and discuss some of our creative work, for example our film ‘More Water in the Sea’ and our sonic slide show ‘Blakeney is Beautiful’, made by primary school age students of the Pilgrim Federation Schools. 

Please visit the Sounding Coastal Change website for more information.