Welcome to the Forth Estuary Forum website

Don't forget to BOOK NOW for your place at the Forth Estuary Forum's Annual Conference on 6th November at Craiglockhart Campus, Napier University.  The programme is packed with a great variety of talks which present a fascinating perspective on the present day Forth and considers how this has been shaped by war.  Presentation topics will include:

 A lively 'soapbox' session will ensure that delegates are brought up-to-date with current projects.  Subjects will include:

Full details are available from the Annual Conference page of our website.


The Forum is a voluntary partnership of organisations around the Forth with an interest in the wellbeing of the Forth and its coastal communities. Members of the Forum meet to share information and discuss matters affecting the Forth and to develop projects which benefit the Forth. The Forum boundaries are approximately from the tidal limit at Stirling to a line drawn from Fife Ness to Dunbar including the Isle of May. For more information about the Forum and its activities please click on about us.

To find out more about becoming a member of the Forum, visit our membership page.

Visit Publications to download "On the Forth", a leisure craft users' guide to the Firth of Forth and Wildlife on the Forth leaflet as well as ForthSight, bulletins and other publications.

Visit our News section for information on: Beach clean opportunities, National Marine Plan consultations and other events and information from around the Forth.

Our Members include:

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