Downderry and Seaton Ocean Day 2014

Downderry and Seaton Ocean Day 2014 Poster

Exhibitors and activities in 2014 included:

  • National Marine Aquarium Plymouth
  • Cornwall College Newquay - discover the microscopic world of the ocean
  • RNLI - Interactive Stand
  • Under the Sea Immersive Experience - Whitsand Bay
  • St Nic's School Sea Creature Challenge
  • Local Fish Paella - From 12pm
  • Stop Dumping In Whitsand Bay - Film and Information
  • Local Fish Display
  • 'Your Edible Coastal Path' - Foraging Walking and Cooking Demo (10.30am - 13.30pm)
  • Ocean Treasure Hunt
  • Cooking Demo with Nick Barclay of The Blue Plate - Starts 11am
  • RNLI - Life Jacket Checks
  • Ocean Photography and Art Exhibition
  • Kids Craft Area
  • Animation Workshop
  • National Coastalwatch Polruan - Stand
  • Oceans Promise Board / Net
  • Films, images, and information from various conservation groups.
  • Tea, Coffee, Cakes all day
  • Unofficial after party - 'HAVANA NIGHTS' held in the Smugglers Inn on the evening of Saturday 7th. Click here for details.
  • Lots more...

On Saturday 7th June, 2014 the Downderry and Seaton Ocean Day entertained, educated and brought together the community. Busy from start to finish, the 2014 event was a big step up from the previous year with so many more things to see, do and interact with.

Presented by Our World Is Blue, the Ocean Day is a gathering of like minded groups and community wanting to celebrate our most important resource, right on our doorstep – The Sea.

2014 Ocean Day Photos

Cornwall College Newquay The RNLI RNLI Life Jacket Checks Nick Barclay Cooking Demo Local Fish Local Seafood Paella National Coastal Watch - Polruan National Marine Aquarium Cornwall College Newquay Nick Barclay Cooking Demo Treasure Hunt Prizes Bread and Babes sea creature creation Kids Craft Local Fish Cornwall College Newquay St Nicolas Sea Creature Challenge Underwater Experience National Marine Aquarium National Marine Aquarium Underwater Experience

Thanks to Deviock Parish Council for their continued support of the event!

Thanks to Mark Cornwall of for designing this years poster.