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Beach Cleans

At SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth we want to help clean up our local beaches for a better environment for all!

Get involved

If you would like more information on the next Beach Clean, or you would like to reserve your spot, Conact the centre on 01493 330631 or email Gt.YarmouthSeaLifeCentre@merlinentertainments.biz  and we can keep you informed of the future dates of the cleans.

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life. Our last beach clean took place on 19th September 2015. This was a very successful clean up with 14 volunteers helping out. In total, 1587 pieces of litter was removed from South Bay Scarborough. Thank you to everyone who donated their time and efforts to our conservation campaign.

How can we help?

By keeping our beaches clean we can keep harmful materials away from marine animals. Our beaches – and the creatures that live on or near them - are threatened by sewage and wastewater being diverted directly into the ocean, industrial waste, oil pollution, marine dumping, atmospheric deposition, radioactive waste, underground storage leaks and global warming.

Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life. Our last beach clean took place on 19th September 2015. This was a very successful clean up with 14 volunteers helping out. In total, 1587 pieces of litter was removed from South Bay Scarborough. Thank you to everyone who donated their time and efforts to our conservation campaign.

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Did You Know?

An estimated 26 million tons of plastic pollution ends up in the oceans each year where it chokes, entangles and poisons marine life. Our last beach clean took place on 19th September 2015. This was a very successful clean up with 14 volunteers helping out. In total, 1587 pieces of litter was removed from South Bay Scarborough. Thank you to everyone who donated their time and efforts to our conservation campaign.

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How can we help?

By keeping our beaches clean we can keep harmful materials away from marine animals. Our beaches – and the creatures that live on or near them - are threatened by sewage and wastewater being diverted directly into the ocean, industrial waste, oil pollution, marine dumping, atmospheric deposition, radioactive waste, underground storage leaks and global warming.

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How can we help?

By keeping our beaches clean we can keep harmful materials away from marine animals. Our beaches – and the creatures that live on or near them - are threatened by sewage and wastewater being diverted directly into the ocean, industrial waste, oil pollution, marine dumping, atmospheric deposition, radioactive waste, underground storage leaks and global warming.

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Important Visitor Information

As part of the Government’s containment plan for the COVID-19 coronavirus, we have been advised to temporarily close Sea Life Great Yarmouth. The move is consistent with the closure of other leisure venues to prevent further outbreak. The closure is effective as of 20th March 2020.

We will continue to monitor the situation closely, please refer to our websites and social channels for further updates on a date when we will reopen.

Please check here for updates on re-opening, and if you have queries on an existing booking, please see further details using the link below.