8th June is World Oceans Day, you can get involved with a beach clean, plenty below and also some ocean events going on throughout the month, alongside some more land based activities!
Beach Cleans and Litter Picks:
Exhibitions, Workshops, Courses and Get Togethers:
Learn how to make your own eco friendly, cold water surf wax, made from cornish bees' wax, tree resin and coconut oil.
Explore how nature is understood and represented in our contemporary times through a variety of perspectives
Create your very own Spring Skin Scrub by utilising foraged herbs, mixing plant-based oils and merging natural ingredients from the earth with a side of alchemy and some added intentions
An afternoon of talks exploring the depths of marine system change, the problem with plastics and future technologies
This workshop focuses on the role of mining in the circular economy, showcasing opportunities for innovation and novel business ideas based on waste and by-products from the extractive industry
Join Cultivate Cornwall for a community lunch with one rule, no money to change hands -everything there that day will be free. Free lunch, tea, coffee and entertainment.
You'll go on an underwater guided tour around Carbis Bay, discovering our awesome Cornish marine life along the way.
Take along broken bits and bobs to get fixed instead of throwing them away!
Join Helford Marine Conservation Group on their annual cruise down the river, in and out of every creek to take in the wildlife, geography, geology and history of the estuary
Learn how to make a dungaree dress!
Opportunity to discuss the climate emergency with Dr Rupert Read
Take a look at art created by local children and artists incorporating materials found on beaches in the local area looking to answer the question ‘what does the ocean mean to you?’
Take along any broken items from home that you want to get fixed rather than throw away!
Join Emma Gunn and Potager chef Daisy Hillier for a foraging walk and three course foraged feast
Having recently had the pleasure of seeing these newly introduced beavers and learning all about the benefits their unique dam building creates we can thoroughly recommend this!
Learn all about planting and maintaining herbs from the team at Lanhydrock
Find us and a great selection of local artists who are recycling, reducing and reusing everyday items. Raising money for Clic Sargent charity which fights tirelessly to stop cancer destroying young lives.