The final independent evaluation report from the Time and Tide project is now available on the Katalytik website.
We are indebted to the support and assistance of a wide range of organisations and individuals in bringing the Time and Tide project to fruition:
- Department for Business, Innovation and Skills for the funding
- Christchurch Activities for Young People supporters and volunteers, especially Tina, Tracy and Lynne.
- Dawn Powell, independent scientist and STEM Ambassador
- Maria Baker, Ivan Haigh, Kevin Horsbrough, Athena Drakou and Jack Billinge from the University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre
- Genoveva Esteban form the University of Bournemouth.
- Steve Woolard and colleagues at Christchurch and East Dorset Council coastal engineer, for helping us explore coastal defences and the possibility of getting the old tide gauge working.
- Wilbert Smith and Steve Cox-O’Rourke also of Christchurch and East Dorset Council for enabling us to work with various groups of young people.
- Mike Andrews, local historian for sharing his vast local knowledge and other members of the public who have contributed tales and myths to help us shape the story.
- Friends of Stanpit Marsh for their support and for accommodating the display boards in the visior centre.
- Helen Shipton and Karen Dickens for their help and support in making the project happen
- Final thanks to Bev Bradley for the website set up and photography around the harbour used in literature and on the website.
The project website will remain active for at least 2 years after the project completes.
Our aim is to collect the stories, science and activities in a book.
The posters produced by the CREST AWARD students are available to view in the visitor centre on Stanpit Marsh.
The final project report is available from Katalytik and was contributed to by:
- Jan Peters, Project Lead, Director, Katalytik Ltd
- Jae Harris, Youth Lead, Independent youth worker specialist and Founder of CAYP
- Martin Maudsley, Storyteller
- Catherine Aldridge, Evaluator, from Catalyst
- JAson Holderness, The Design Unit