Marine Education Resources

Tompot Blenny Photo by Paul Naylor

Tompot Blenny Photo by Paul Naylor

Teaching the next generation about the importance of our seas.

Our Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre in New Quay is a stunning resource where we are able to offer support to teachers, whether that is a visit to your school, we can offer talks and fun activities, or we can train you as a teacher to be able to provide some insight into our stunning seas.

children playing sea quest cardigan bayYou can download our Education brochure which goes into detail about some of the great activities we can offer, including Seashore Safaris, Who Eats Who Workshops and a totally 3D underwater experience to name but a few.

We can also offer corporate days and events for adults.

CBMWC Education Brochure (English)

CBMWC Education Brochure (Welsh)

The centre is non-profit making, we do however need to make a charge to help support our workand to cover materials and volunteer travel expenses.

Speaker giving a talk lasting approximately 45 minutes – £40 (plus travel)

Two hours of classroom activities with preliminary meeting – £60

Teacher training talks lasting approximately 1 hour – £40

Half/full day field visit to CBMWC – £2/3 per child

(Minimum charge of £30 for half day and £50 for full day field visits)

Please contact us to discuss your requirements – Telephone: 01545 560224 or email info@cbmwc.org