PRESS RELEASES FOR 2014



re-built sanctuary back in the rescue business - even before opening its doorsRE-BUILT SANCTUARY BACK IN THE RESCUE BUSINESS EVEN
BEFORE OPENING ITS DOORS

The newly refurbished Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary has already rescued its first seal pup...on the eve of its re-opening.
Re-built Sea Life Sanctuary opened by Michael FishRE-BUILT SEA LIFE SANCTUARY OPENED BY MICHAEL FISH
A band of seals and otters from the north east will follow a warm front of tropical sea turtle, rays and reef fish from the south.
Famous Fish to Re-Open Sea Life SanctuaryFAMOUS "FISH" TO RE-OPEN SEA LIFE SANCTUARY
Who better to re-open an aquarium destroyed by storm floods than a man called Fish whose name is also synonymous with disastrous weather!
Beach is a TipBEACH IS A TIP
A clean-up team organised by Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary filled 18 bags full of rubbish from Old Hunstanton Beach on 21st September 2014.
Animals and Fish Welcomed Back to Flood-Ravaged SanctuaryANIMALS AND FISH WELCOMED BACK TO FLOOD-RAVAGED
SANCTUARY

Seals, turtles, penguins and other creatures are returning to the Norfolk aquarium and rescue centre that was destroyed by floodwaters in December 2013.
It's a kind of magic for delighted childrenMIT´S A KIND OF MAGIC FOR DELIGHTED CHILDREN
Some of those children, who ages range from three to 19-years, officially opened the new facility for themselves on 5th September 2014, when they had their first chance to sample its delights.
Merlin Weaves A Little Magic For Special Needs SchoolMERLIN WEAVES A LITTLE MAGIC FOR SPECIAL NEEDS SCHOOL
Staff from flood-ravaged Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary have helped build a unique new play area for Kings Lynn´s Churchill Park School.
Seal Pup Rescued In High-Vis' JacketSEAL PUP RESCUED IN HIGH-VIS´ JACKET
Marine experts from flood-ravaged Hunstanton SEA LIFE Sanctuary broke off from re-build duties on 10th June 2014 to rescue a stranded seal pup.
Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary will surface stronger from floods but RSPB reserve needs more helpSEA LIFE SANCTUARY WILL SURFACE STRONGER FROM FLOODS BUT RSPB RESERVE NEEDS MORE HELP
A £3 million re-fit will ensure Hunstanton´s flood damaged SEA LIFE Sanctuary re-opens as a much improved attraction.




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