SEA LIFE Weymouth Conservation Evening looks to make waves
SEA LIFE Weymouth has announced the full details of their fifth annual conservation evening, scheduled to take place on Friday July 14 from 6pm to 9pm.
The ever-popular summer charity event showcases some of SEA LIFE Weymouth’s most popular exhibits and raises public awareness for endangered animals and environmental threats including the need for plastic-free oceans, sustainable fishing, effective Marine Protected Areas and an end to the over-exploitation of marine life.
Entry costs just £5 per person and all proceeds go to the charities attending which include The Community Seagrass Initiative, The International Otter Survival Fund, The RSPB –Little Tern Project at Chesil Beach, Dorset Wildlife Trust and The SEA LIFE Trust. Each charity will have stands for the public to visit to learn more about their work and conservation efforts, both locally and regionally.
All animal exhibits will be open to visit as well as Dorset’s greatest adventure playground, Caribbean Cove. There will be talks from the SEA LIFE Weymouth team about the Maldives display, their work with seagrass, the little tern project and the Sea Turtles. Another exclusive will be feeds not available on a daily visit to SEA LIFE Weymouth including Octopus Playtime and Seal Playtime.
Live music will be provided by The Leggomen, a vibrant foursome from Dorset delivering blend of modern pop and rock as well as older classic songs. There will be also be a BBQ, cake stands, a raffle with some great prizes, and in true summer fashion, fair style games such as the seal feed clothes line, lucky dip and guess the weights. All attendees will receive SEA LIFE Weymouth’s exclusive conservation evening pop-badge.