Happy Christmas Eve!! Today we thought we would share with your our little Christmas miracle from a few years back – The story of Lovely Claudia the Christmas lobster. 🦞🎄 Then came Christmas morning – our hatchery team turned up to look after the little lobsters. They went to check on
Lobsters are wonderful creatures full of fabulous mystery and facts - we're going to share 5 of the coolest with you! Ok - this sounds GROSS but lobsters don't actually have teeth in their mouth! Instead they have their stomach located very close to their mouths - and they use
We are running a fantastic competition to give you the chance to have YOUR very own design on the front of a brand new premium rum by artisan distillery ‘Distinctly Drinks’! This bespoke rum will be named after our much loved giant lobster ‘Captain Barnacles’ so you could be the
We have achieved so much this year to help our little lobsters and our marine environment and we couldn’t have done it without you! This year saw big changes for the NLH – with our pioneering 3 year project ‘Lobster Grower’ drawing to a conclusion, the NLH team began to
To finish off Volunteers week – One of our amazing Volunteers, Amy Jefferies has written a blog for us about her experiences as a volunteer! Before you read Amy’s awesome blog, we’d like to introduce to her! Amy is a hardworking and bubbly young woman and we LOVE having her as
National Lobster Hatchery Successfully Completes Major 3 Year Collaborative Project Showing Great Potential For Innovative Sea-Based Rearing Solutions For Lobsters.
The Lobster Grower 2 (LG2) project (Funded by Innovate UK, BBSRC and the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers) led by the National Lobster Hatchery’s (NLH) research team, has come to an end after 3 years. This pioneering project assessed the potential for rearing lobsters in innovative sea-based systems which require no
We were delighted to be approached by the well known clothing brand Finisterre who wanted to come and photograph our staff in the hatchery and at sea to launch a new clothing range. Follow the link to read the article about their day at sea with us and to check out some