We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has supported Sea-Changers during our virtual festival of events to celebrate 10 years of Sea-Changers. We hope you enjoyed attending the events as much as we enjoyed hosting them all. It was wonderful to bring together such a fantastic group of inspiring speakers talking about the conservation work they are involved in around our shores.
If you missed any of the events or would simply like to watch them all again you can do so on our You Tube channel. Just click here. If you just want to enjoy our Sea-Changers video which we made as a quick explanation of who we are and what we do click below.
If you enjoyed the festival and would like to show your appreciation, we would love it if you were able to make a donation to our festival fundraiser. We are tantalizingly close to our fundraising target. All funds will have a direct impact on protecting and preserving the UK's coastal wildlife.
Our festival offers are still available for a limited time. To make the most of these just register for updates until the end of August and our money off offers from Seachange Wine and Subscription offers from Coast Magazine will be sent to your inbox.
We know lots of you have been buying our lovely Sea-Changers Teeshirts. If you haven’t got yours yet get your hands on yours here (proceeds will go directly to Sea-Changers).
Finally, some thank yous. To all those who attended our events….thank you so much for your interest in attending our festival. We would love to keep in touch with you and tell you about our work and future events. For you to opt in to our mailing list please visit the bottom of our website and fill in the form to join our mailing list.
We would also like to thank all of the wonderful people and organisations who made our Festival such a wonderful success.
The Marine Biological Association and the University of Exeter for hosting two of our events
All of the wonderful Hosts: Maya Plass, Theo Stocker, Heather Koldewey and Miranda Krestovnikoff and the amazing organisations who came along to speak.
You are all Sea-Changers!