PRESS RELEASES FOR 2010


Hollie lands the job of her dreams HOLLIE LANDS THE JOB OF HER DREAMS
Hollie Stallworthy decided when she was just seven-years-old that she wanted to work with marine life... More>>
BE A MARINE SCIENTIST FOR A DAY BE A MARINE SCIENTIST FOR A DAY
Visitors to the Sanctuary will be able to get their hands wet and Explore the Seafloor between 28th August - 5th September... More>>
Race To Save Beckham The Seal Pup RACE TO SAVE BECKHAM THE SEAL PUP
Swift action by an amateur photographer and his 15-year-old son has saved the life of a stricken seal pup called 'Beckham'... More>>
Seal pup rescue season kick off for Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary as first casualties Crouch, Terry and Gerrard arrive SEAL PUP RESCUE SEASON KICK OFF AS FIRST CASUALTIES
CROUCH, TERRY AND GERRARD ARRIVE

Crouch, Terry and Gerrard may have been unpopular following their world cup exit three weeks ago, but the three baby seals named optimistically... More>>
Why Walk for Whales WHY WALK FOR WHALES
The ban on commercial whaling is one of the greatest conservation victories of all time. Before it became law in 1983, whaling had brought entire species... More>>
Race Against Time and Tide To Save Injured Seal Pup RACE AGAINST TIME AND TIDE TO SAVE INJURED SEAL PUP
Scientists working on a tiny island in the North Sea abandoned their research to help save the life of an injured and struggling seal pup... More>>
Scary Monsters Unveiled at Sea Life Sanctuary SCARY MONSTERS UNVEILED AT SEA LIFE SANCTUARY
Some of the scariest looking creatures of the deep will be unveiled in a new attraction at Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary on Wednesday 31st March... More>>
Ouse Wash tunnels leave nature reserve open to alien crab attack OUSE WASH TUNNELS LEAVE NATURE RESERVE OPEN TO
ALIEN CRAB ATTACK

Hunstanton Sea Life Centre experts warn a Chinese Mitten Crab found on the Ouse Wash signifies a hidden threat for the nature reserve... More>>
A rare sunfish washed up at Heacham A RARE SUNFISH WASHED UP AT HEACHAM
Sanctuary staff tried in vain to save the life of a rare sunfish washed up at Heacham just before Christmas... More>>
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