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2017 Roadshows

2017 Update.....its September now and there are lots of pictures of this year's work in the 2017 Roadshow photoalbums, and in the Rescue Training Creatures photoalbum. Currently making another iconic shark species to add to the Roadshow species list, and preparing for the next roadshow event, in the October half term week, Edfest Southwest.  At this amazing event, we provide lots of life-sized marine wildlife models and our "beach finds" display, and aim to inspire educators and family groups to engage with the marine environment and explore its diversity. See

In February we returned to Portsmouth International Port for the Marine Wildlife Festival there, then on to ExCel in London for the Oceans Festival, part of Telegraph Outdoor Adventure Travel Show.  Before that,  in January, we finished a big order for rescue training creatures for a University at Juneau, in Alaska, including a Stellar's Sea Lion, and then worked on four seal pups for British Divers Marine Wildlife Rescue. March sees us start a big order for more rescue training creatures to be used at a University in Essex, and also we take the Marine Wildlife Roadshow to Abu Dhabi for the Mother of the Nation Festival. Later in the year are return visits to Oxford for their Wild Fair and to Torbay for a Marine Science Day to inspire school teachers and college lecturers to bring our marine wildlife into their teaching. Lots more interesting possible events in the planning stage, and enquiries for creatures to be made for others. See the photoalbums for more info on these.


2016 Roadshows

Currently making Dugongs for a project in The Gulf, and more penguins and other Antarctic species

2015 Roadshows

The 2015 summer roadshow tour has now ended, with lots of pictures and details in photo album pages. or do an online search for Marine Wildlife Roadshow for other reports. The Blue Whale has been in demand this year, and we featured a range of UK marine wildlife including Orca and Minke Whales, Dolphins and Porpoise, Basking Shark, Seals and Turtles, plus we have expanded our beach finds tabletop display.

2014 Roadshows

See photo albums for pictures. Another busy year undertaking selected roadshows at WhaleFest in Brighton and schools in Italy during March, Celebrating Scotland's Sharks in May, Marine Wildlife Festivals in Newcastle and in Northern Ireland during July & August, back to Scotland for Stirling International Angling Festival to promote Shark Conservation, and the 9 day "Into the Deep" marine festival at Titanic Belfast over the half term break in October. In between these events, there were lots of marine wildlife models made for Conservation ngos in UK and overseas.

2013 Roadshows

In between making new roadshow creatures, this year has seen Roadshows in London for Lonely Planet, at Gloucester Tall Ships Festival, in Scotland at National Fisheries Museum and Deep Sea World Aquarium, and in Cardiff for launch of BBC's Summer of Wildlife season. Forthcoming summer events include North East Marine Wildlife Festival at Great North Museum, Newcastle, and Falmouth Week Regatta.  In October a major tour is being planned in Turkey, working again with TUDAV to raise awareness of Turkey's marine wildlife

New for 2013-14 Create a Marine Wildlife Zone at your event

Raise awareness of your local Marine Wildlife scene by creating a Marine Wildlife Zone at your festival, exhibition, public event, shopping centre, town centre, or any other location. Choose the marine wildlife species you want to focus on from our species list, add interactive presentations if you want, or tabletop displays of beach finds and small sea creatures, childrens craft activities including clay modelling, and more options. Available in UK and worldwide, for large and small events, it is a great way to raise awareness and provide a different attraction for your event.

2012 Roadshows across Europe

The Roadshow has been busy during 2012, with schools across UK, and public roadshows in Ireland, Turkey, Germany and across UK

Cool Seas Road Show inspires care for oceans

From Cornwall to Scotland, the Isle of Man to Ireland, kids as young as four years old are learning that British seas are just as cool as those in the tropics, in fact more so.

The Cool Seas roadshow rides again

The Marine Conservation Society's (MCS) Cool Seas Roadshow has once again embarked on a year of fun, inspirational conservation presentations to primary schools throughout the UK.