Corporate conservation days

What we do

Corporate conservation days

Volunteers on a conservation day

A team building day with a difference

Our corporate conservation days are available year-round and offer a rewarding outdoor experience on the coast that benefits our Living Seas

Corporate conservation days are great for helping improve motivation and team building skills, enhancing staff performance, morale and retention. Research shows that being outside on the coast is also beneficial for both physical and mental well-being.

We can also deliver interactive indoor workshops depending on your needs. We can deliver sessions on the wealth of marine life in the Irish Sea, the problem of plastic pollution and the difference we can all make.

About corporate conservation days

No experience necessary!

We provide all tools, training and health & safety expertise, so all you have to do is turn up and have fun! 

Types of activities

Beach clean North Beach

We can deliver a range of team-building activities including: beach cleans, nurdle hunts (tiny plastic pellets found on beaches which are harmful to wildlife) and wildlife surveying - from marine mammals to rocky shores or muddy sediments.

We can also deliver indoor sessions on the wealth of marine life in the Irish Sea, the problem of plastic pollution and the difference we can all make.

The package

✓ A range of practical activities for groups of all sizes and abilities.

✓ Equipment and materials necessary for the task.
✓ Full training and on-site briefing for the day’s task by our expert staff.
✓ Tea and coffee breaks to keep you going throughout the day.
✓ The opportunity to come back in and join guided walks or other events on the coast to explore more.

Booking & prices

For more information about booking and prices please contact us and we will be pleased to help find an activity to suit your team!

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