Green and blue recovery
It has been a tough year for everyone, but at CSGRT, we are ending 2020 on a high, with something wonderful to celebrate!
Excitingly, we have been awarded our biggest grant ever by the Green Recovery Challenge Fund to:
Help people have amazing seal experiences without impact
Create ‘Watching Seals Well’ resources (website, signs, leaflets)
Kurt Augusta Septimus
Seals are part of Cornwall’s heritage having been around for around 8000 years! Art is a key component of Cornwall’s cultural heritage too.
On Friday 21st February these two worlds aligned as Septimus and Augusta (CSGRT’s 2.4m adult male and .92m 3 day old pup skeletons) visited the Jackson Foundation Gallery in St Just in…
Fundraising for seals
Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust (CSGRT) are hugely grateful to our amazing team of volunteers who brave all conditions to monitor grey seals on the Lizard every single day, all year round.
These inspiring people not only record and photograph seals on a daily basis, but they process these photos to identify the individual seals…
What a surprise to find adult male ‘8 Horns’ resting peacefully on the foreshore during my routine West Cornwall survey last week!
He is a bit of a celebrity you see! In the seal world we never know who will catapult themselves to fame next and this was 8 Horn’s turn!
8 Horns in…Read More
Thank you Bowgie Inn!
A big thank you to our third business supporter… the Bowgie Inn!
Perfectly perched on the West Pentire Headland, overlooking the golden sands of Crantock Beach, is the Bowgie Inn – also known as ‘the pink pub’!
The pub has panoramic coastal views of Crantock, the Gannel estuary and the dramatic headlands nearby, as well as…Read More
Tesco Bags of Help
Seals are always having too much fun to know that their future lies in human hands!
Please help us HELP SEALS!
VOTE for us with your lovely little BLUE TOKENS!
CSGRT are one of the Tesco’s bags of help charities (Camborne store) until 28/02/19
Their future is in our hands!
Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust…
We are delighted to announce our very first business supporter and welcome Aspects Holidays to our team!
This is what Jenna Ali, Aspects Holidays Marketing Assistant says about their support decision:
“Aspects Holidays is proud to be supporting the Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust.
We have recently decided to work with Cornwall Seal Group Research Trust in a…
Our work works! Help seals promote your tourist business across the SW and beyond!
We love grey seals – they are amazingly beautiful and the SW’s iconic, globally rare speciality species. By identifying the unique fur patterns of each individual seal, we can monitor their health and activities, checking that they can continue to thrive…
At the beginning of this year, we were excited to work on making some sealy activities. Primarily for use at the National Trust’s Lizard Watchpoint they will also be a great resource for our stalls and workshops.
Marion designed a few different games: Top trumps, ‘Memory’ and a ‘Seal Photo ID Challenge’ thanks to Alec and Enid…
Touring mini exhibition
On week 9 of our Seal Squad XP Roadshow a very important part of our Touring Mini Exhibition arrived: our ten big informative display banners in frames and our new leaflets!
Many thanks to Tom at Attic Design and Print (http://www.attic-design.co.uk/) for researching and sourcing such amazing frames for us. They are easy to put…
RSPCA West Hatch
The second week of February was quite busy with talks! After two evening ones for different WI groups (Germoe District and Mylor) we had the pleasure of travelling up to the RSPCA Wildlife Hospital at West Hatch to deliver an afternoon talk to the team there. Arminel (Scott) did a fantastic job of organising this…Read More
Amaze and Discover
Meet Marion our Amazement and Discovery Ranger who has been appointed to work on the Seal Squad XP Roadshow thanks to the exciting funding awarded to us by the Postcode Local Trust (supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery).
“My partner Rick and I moved to Cornwall in March 2016 to undertake 12 months…