Please find our latest news as well as updates on work with our partners.
Grant will help recruit an army to care for the Northumberland coast
Wednesday 8th February, 2017
Coast Care, an initiative that will recruit and train an army of volunteers to look after the North Northumberland Coastal area, has been awarded a grant of £522,600 by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Highlights of being a Living Seas trainee
Friday 2nd December, 2016
In September Georgia Harris tells us she was lucky enough to be selected as one of 24 young people in Yorkshire to join the Tomorrow Natural Leader’s project 2016/17. Supported by the Big Lottery Fund, the project strives to upskill and empower these young people who will in turn inspire more young people and community members to take action on local environmental projects and campaigns across Yorkshire. She tells us more about her experiences so far.
New report calls for 48 new protected areas at sea
Friday 30th September, 2016
Call to secure missing gaps in Marine Conservation Zones network
Taking action for Our Bright Future
Thursday 8th September, 2016
Young, ambitious and capable – The future of conservation in Yorkshire
Watch the REAL Rocky Horror Show this National Marine Week!
Sunday 17th July, 2016
Discover the real Rocky Horror Show this National Marine Week, 23 July – 7 August, when The Wildlife Trusts celebrate our awesome sea life! Summer is simply not complete without a day at the seaside - but is life in our rockpools quite as placid as it seems?
Experience stunning Gibraltar Point like never before
Thursday 7th July, 2016
The latest in a series of investments on the east coast, the new visitor centre at Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve in Lincolnshire is now open to the public.
Nature connection at the heart of a happy and healthy life
Tuesday 10th May, 2016
Results of UK’s first month-long nature challenge published as 2016 campaign launches. SIGN UP TODAY!
Grey seal spotting in the North Sea
Monday 29th February, 2016
Often our seas appear mysterious and fascinating, providing rare glimpses of its wealth of marine wildlife to a lucky few. Yet one of the easiest to spot marine animals is also one of the largest and most charismatic species inhabiting our waters.
A second wave of marine protection for our seas!
Sunday 17th January, 2016
Today the North Sea Wildlife Trusts welcome the news that this Government is designating a second phase of 23 new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs). This historic move illustrates a renewed impetus to protect the seas around our shores. It follows on from the announcement of 27 MCZs in 2013 and is the second of three phases promised by the Government in order to fulfil the remit of the Marine and Coastal Access Act.
Adventurous artist wanted for Undersea Art Award
Tuesday 24th November, 2015
The search is on for an intrepid artist who would like to take the plunge and seek inspiration beneath the waves.