The NEIFC authority rushed through an emergency fisheries bylaw to put an immediate halt to the cockle-picking
after receiving an anonymous tip-off.
Cockler Thomas Haydn Hughes says the industry is in a 'catastrophic siuation' * Cockle-picking
at Burry Port in March 1968 * According to experts, around pounds 70m worth of cockles have been lost in the past 10 years in South Wales
1 year ago GANGS of Chinese migrants sparked a serious risk to the public's health by cockle-picking
There were literally hundreds of parked cars on the sand either side of Le Passage, and people in wellies, with shovels and buckets cockle-picking
In the same year came another tipping point for cannabis - the Morecambe Bay cockle-picking
Shellfish fisherman Glyn Hyndman is a fifth-generation cockler who is keeping alive the traditional art of cockle-picking
that dates back to Roman times.
The Long Walk, a response to the cockle-picking
tragedy at Morecambe Bay in February, 2004, will be performed at the Great Hall of Hope University on the same day.
Li was recruited in London's Chinatown to join the lucrative cockle-picking
He was behind a massive operation that brought illegals to the UK and put them to work in the lucrative cockle-picking
The incident has prompted renewed calls for greater regulation of the cockle-picking
But safety campaigners say it highlights yet again the need for better regulation of the cockle-picking
industry in Morecambe Bay.
WE exclusively revealed how gangs of Chinese migrants had sparked a serious risk to the public's health by cockle-picking
And a lingering turf war over Liverpool cockle-picking
bosses is a persistent whisper from some within Chinatown.
in the West Wales waterway has been deemed not only sustainable, but is also carried out using responsible techniques according the charity.