Ourfirst project is the manufacture of a water refill station. We have been awarded funding from Cornwall Council to site 15 units along our coastline from Penzance to Saltash. We have started work and are collaborating with communities about installation. It is an exciting time for the charity. 

 

 

Baby seal pup on a beach surrounded by plastic

 

Our second project is a song that has been specially written for children. It is about our fight against marine plastic and entanglement.

Composed by David Smart and Joe Broadfoot, it sends a powerful message about plastic and waste in our oceans and on our beach.

 

Our aim is to produce a children’s song and a video and then proceeds from the sale of the song will be used to fund marine conservation projects.

Please listen our song.

 

 

 

 

Our third project, is to collaborate with Living Sea Walls Australia and locate suitable sites for installing similar sea wall tiles here in  England. 

In Oz, their research shows that after 1-2 years living seawalls already support at least 36% more species than plain, unmodified seawalls. They also provide shelter for fish and provide food for more species.

Image right taken from Living Sea Walls Australia

sea walls

Our fourth project is the start of a children’s book-from the child’s point of view!!

Thankyou to Tesco Community Grant we have been able to kick start this project and our volunteer Beth Boon is working hard. 

Any local primary school please get in touch if you would like to take part.

logo for Tesco Community Grants

Our fourth project is the start of a children’s book. Thankyou to Tesco Community Grants  we have been able to kickstart this project and our volunteer Beth Boon is working hard. Our aim is to write this from a child’s point of view (not an adult )