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Surfers against Sewage

Surfers against Sewage have received two grants from Sea-Changers.  The first, in 2013, was used to work with the students at Pool Academy in Cornwall to care for the local marine & coastal environment. In 2015, Sea-Changers' grant helped to train the SAS network of regional representatives in a number of skills that will help them to become even more effective in their community.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust - CoastaL Capers

Norfolk Wildlife Trust - CoastaL Capers

Norfolk Wildlife Trust used Sea-Changers' funding to help deliver ‘Coastal Capers’ a free of charge, fun day at Cley, on the North Norfolk Coast.

Liverpool World Oceans Day

Liverpool World Oceans Day

The Liverpool World Oceans Day event brought together a wide variety of local, regional, national and international organisations aiming to raise awareness of major issues and conservation challenges facing the oceans today, and to educate the public on everything marine.

Blue Ocean Planet

Blue Ocean Planet

 The funding enabled 150 pupils across 5 schools to take part in free marine education sessions at the local coastline.

Craignish Community Project

Craignish Community Project

Funding was used to build a mink proof raft and site it off Eiln Inshaig in Loch Craignish with the aim of encouraging common terns to return to the area to nest.

National Lobster Hatchery

National Lobster Hatchery

The grants provided by Sea-Changers have helped fund vital components required to ensure healthy larval and juvenile rearing and the ultimate success of the NLH re-stocking project.

British Divers Marine Life Rescue (BDMLR)

The Sea-Changers grant funded the purchase of a freestanding display with case and accessories for BDMLR medics to use when attending events publicising the work of BDMLR and informing the public about what to do if they see a stranded animal. The aim was to increase the prominence of the BDMLR event stand and give medics the confidence to volunteer at these events.

2 minute beach clean

2 minute beach clean

We funded ‘2 minute beach clean’ to develop a website showing pictures from Twitter and Instagram of marine litter collected as part of the 2 minute beach clean project. The website also provides a home for the project with information, safety advice and news.

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