Museum of Water: Panel Discussion
Museum of Water Panel Discussion
The Storey Institute, Lancaster
Sunday 22nd February 2015
2.30pm - 3.30pm
FREE. No Booking Required - just pop along to The Storey.
Part of our Museum of Water installation which you can visit at The Storey Feb 20-22nd join Museum creator Amy Sharrocks, water experts Ben Surridge and Emma Westling and Fr Paul Embery, of Lancaster University's Chaplaincy Centre for this discussion on water, our most precious liquid and how we use it. Each of Amy's guests have donated to Lancaster’s edition of the Museum of Water and will be invited to recount the meaningful water stories behind their unique donations.
Ben Surridge: is a lecturer in water science at Lancaster University. His research focusses on how land management influences the chemistry and biology of streams, rivers and groundwater.
Emma Westling: is an environmental social scientist at Sheffield University. She researches the relationships between people and water, focussing on how decisions regarding the management of water are taken.
Fr. Paul Embery is one of two Catholic chaplains based at Lancaster University’s Chaplaincy. The Chaplaincy was built in 1969 as an ecumenical venture between three faiths, which sees Fr. Paul work closely with the Anglican and Free Churches also in situ.
Inspired by the Museum? Enter our water writing competition and win £30 worth of book tokens
Museum of Water is a collection of publicly donated water and accompanying stories. For more information about Lancaster’s edition of the Museum of Water visit the main Lancaster exhibition page, our Saturday activity day or the official Museum of Water page.