Working locally in the UK
The seafood industry’s needs differ around the UK and the expertise within the regional team at Seafish reflects this diversity. We have Regional Managers based in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Each Manager has a skill set complementing the needs of the industry they serve.
More specific information on the work we do locally is available on the relevant regional page:
How we work locally
As well as directly aiding industry through their own expertise, our Regional Managers signpost enquiries and issues to Seafish colleagues. This ensures easy access to the full range of support Seafish has to offer. That support could be on regulation, training needs or technical advice.
Our aim is to partner with industry to provide timely support on the issues they face locally. We create and contribute to projects, events and initiatives that celebrate the fantastic seafood available and the people and businesses who supply it. We assist all types of seafood businesses, organisations and individuals across the supply chain. Having our people located across the UK means we can:
- Assist businesses or individuals with their questions or queries;
- Bring people together to work on projects, ranging from scientific to educational initiatives;
- Support industry by promoting the work underway;
- Provide knowledge sharing through webinars, conferences and events.
Regional Advisory Committees
In some areas, the work of the Seafish Regional Team is governed by Advisory Committees. These are made up of representatives from across the seafood supply chain. The Advisory Committees oversee our work programme in their area. This guides Seafish on the specific needs of industry locally.
How can we help you?
If you’re a business or an individual needing someone to talk to, contact one of the regional team members in your area. For more information on how we work locally, get in touch with the relevant Head of Team below. (West covers Northern Ireland, Wales and South West England. East covers Scotland and the rest of England.)