Motivational Monday! – Lobster Release by 11 year old Alicia!

During the summer we had a fantastic visit from the wonderful Alicia Collison – An 11 year old Padi diver from Porthpean, Cornwall. Alicia was just 11 years old when she visited us in August – and earlier that month, she had done a dive release of some of our

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What do Lobsters and Manta Rays have in common?

What do Lobsters and Manta Rays have in Common...? The answer of course, is our fabulous and hard working JOANNA HARRIS!                           Our amazing and talented Joanna Harris will be leaving us at the end of this week! Jo

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Lewis Jefferies – Award Winning Photographer Exhibiting work at the NLH!

We’re really excited to announce we will be having award winning photographer Lewis Jefferies displaying is work at the NLH! Lewis is an award-winning photographer & camera operator from Exmouth in Devon. Originally an automotive mechanic, he left his career two years ago to follow passions in photography and filmmaking;

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Education Blog – February 2017

Hard at work this month, the team have been focused on developing our education programmes and improving our visitor experience. We have developed a series of education leaflets to give out to the public in our visitor centre. These aim to effectively inform customers about fisheries and marine conservation issues

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Education Blog – January 2017

During the winter months the cool sea water temperatures usually mean that we have fewer berried hens (lady lobsters holding a clutch of eggs beneath their tails) being bought in to us by local fishermen. This year however numbers are up on the average, with a consequently bumper clutch of

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BBC Radio 4 ‘On Your Farm’ feature

For anyone who wasn’t up and listening in at 6am on Sunday 16th October 2016, here is Radio 4’s latest piece on the work of the lobster hatchery. On Your Farm BBC Presenter, Ruth Sanderson joins a Cornish lobster fisherman as a busy summer season comes to an end. Calum

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