Welcome to Polzeath Marine Conservation  Group website!

Polzeath Marine Conservation Group is a small voluntary organisation, proudly based at our Marine Centre in the middle of the village. Our dedicated group of volunteers open the centre 6 hours daily throughout the summer months and regularly over other school holidays, as well as hosting educational days/ events for schools, other keen organisations and interested members of the public! Everyone is most welcome to pop in the the centre or to attend any of our events. 

 

Within this site you will find information about the work we do as a group in the Polzeath Voluntary Marine Conservation Area and the wider issues related to marine conservation; alongside information about the events we run throughout the year and images of the creatures you may find in our rockpools.

We have adjusted our events which now fall inline with government guidelines on COVID-19. If you would like more information on this matter, please contact us via email on or our social media pages.

The water bottle refill station has now been reopened. Please use the hand gel provided before using. 

Latest News

 

Our new activity of plaque painting last summer proved a massive success with more than 250 displayed along the fence outside the marine centre. We will be doing this again this summer! 

 

Rockpool Rambles- We will be taking slightly larger groups to the rockpools this summer if the Coronavirus restrictions continue to be relaxed but will not be taking the large groups as in the past, so please book early as they will fill up quickly. You can book online, on Facebook or call into the Marine Centre.

Our recycled marine rubbish sculptures 

 

Our sculptures were made entirely from marine litter found on Baby Bay, Polzeath and Greenaways, apart from the bits of wood that were sourced from National Trust, and recycled chicken wire. We wanted to highlight the amount of marine litter washed up on our beaches that includes ghost fishing gear such as the nets, rope and lobster pots, as well as weird other rubbish such as a baby bath! 

 

Massive thank you to Laura and Dis, our main sculptors and everyone else who helped create these stunning pieces of art that have become such an invaluable educational tool and have featured frequently on many social media pages. 

PMCG Annual Report and Newsletter 2020-2021:

Below is our PMCG Annual Report and Newsletter for 2020-2021.
 

A page dedicated to all the reports that we think you may wish to read can be found in the 'About Us' section of the website! 

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