SAVE MERSEA HARBOUR

PROVIDE A HOME FOR BIRDS

SAVE MERSEA HARBOUR

SAVE OUR WILD PLANTS

Mersea Harbour is under threat from the erosion by storm wave action of Cobmarsh, Packing Marsh and Old Hall. If these natural saltmarsh wavebreaks disappear, the harbour will be exposed and eventually become unviable for moorings, oyster layings and many commercial and leisure marine activities.

There will be severe loss of habitat for vulnerable birds including the rare Little Tern as well as many animal and plant species. The harbour could disappear within the next 20-30 years. The jetty itself could be lost within 10 years!

 

LATEST NEWS – 21st October 2021

The Recharge will start around 3rd November when dredger Sospan Dau will start to deliver c 1500 tons of sand and gravel to Mersea Harbour on each tide, day and night. However for operational reasons this will continue only until 16th November. She will then be away for about 6 weeks before returning to finish the job.

For more detail see Updates

LATEST UPDATES

Update May 2019

Following a very positive meeting with John Brien, HHA Harbour Engineer, the Recharge is beginning to take shape. We would like to summarise where we are and where we think we are going.

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Notice of AGM

Notice is hereby given that an ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held at West Mersea Yacht Club on Tuesday 28th May 2019 at 7.30pm.

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