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Welcome to Polzeath Marine Conservation  Group website!

Upcoming Events

  • Beach Clean
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, 18 Feb
    Polzeath Beach, United Kingdom
    18 Feb, 09:30 – 11:00
    Polzeath Beach, United Kingdom
    Love Polzeath? Help keep our wonderful environment free of pollution!
  • Rockpool Ramble
    Multiple Dates
    Thu, 06 Apr
    Polzeath Beach, United Kingdom
    06 Apr, 12:00 – 13:30
    Polzeath Beach, United Kingdom
    Discover our many interesting sea creatures that live with the tides coming in and out!
  • Beachcombing
    Multiple Dates
    Fri, 02 Jun
    New Polzeath
    02 Jun, 10:00 – 11:30
    New Polzeath, New Polzeath, Wadebridge PL27 6UF, UK
    This is an opportunity to discover close up the wonderful world of our beach and the creatures that live on our rocky shore. Small group size.
Latest News

 

Plaque Painting last summer again proved a massive success with more than 250 displayed along the fence outside the Marine Centre. We will be ofering  this again this summer! 

 

Rockpool Rambles - We take a maximum of 25 persons, so please book early as they will fill up quickly. You can book online, on Facebook or call into the Marine Centre.

Our very informative, educational Beachcombing activity continues too.   

We are constantly fighting the war against plastic - and other - beach pollution.  As there is such a large quantity of polystyrene washed up, we have a new informative display at our Marine Centre to discourage the use of polystyrene surfboards.

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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