Sea-Changers is excited to announce the details of our virtual festival to celebrate our 10th anniversary. Born of the passion of two amateur divers, in the last decade Sea-Changers has generated significant contributions from a range of businesses and has truly made an impact on the marine conservation community around the UK, enabling over 200 conservation projects to take place. Run entirely by volunteers, Sea-Changers has proven that small sums of money distributed around the UK's seas and shores can catalyse new ideas, seed practical action and reach new audiences.
The Sea-Changers festival of virtual events aims to spotlight some of the incredible projects we have funded; promote what we do as a charity; and raise more funds to distribute. Our line-up includes The Shark Trust, The National Lobster Hatchery, Cornwall Seal Research Group and Project Seagrass. Marine biologist Helen Scales, explorer Heather Koldewey, presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff, Yachting Monthly Editor Theo Stocker and coastal ecologist Maya Plass will also be taking part. From species conservation and citizen science projects to beach cleans and public awareness campaigns, it's time to celebrate all that we have achieved together in the last 10 years.
Programme of Festival Events
Involving Communities in Species Conservation - In partnership with the Marine Biological Association 23rd June, 3pm to 4.30pm
24th June , 7pm to 8.30pm
29th June, 7pm to 8.30pm
Cornwall: A Critical Mass of Community Marine Action - In partnership with the University of Exeter
30th June, 10am to 11.30am
To download the full festival brochure click here.
We would love you to join us for these event find out more about the fantastic work you have supported and helped to make happen. You can sign up quickly and easily by visiting our Eventbrite site. All events are free but we are inviting donations via our JustGiving festival campaign. You can also support the festival by visiting our Teemill Store and purchasing one of our lovely limited edition festival Tee Shirts.