This summer we are running a series of marine wildlife walks and events in New Quay, thanks to funding from the Crown Estate. The education warden is based in the Boat Place on the harbour and runs the events at weekends and bank holidays.
Saturday 1st Puppet Procession: 6.15pm – Come and see Neptune defeat the Rubbish Monster on Dolau beach. The puppets were made by local children and young people using beach litter.
Sunday 2nd Dolphin and Porpoise Walk: 4.00pm
Saturday 8th Rockpool Rummage: 3.00pm
Sunday 9th Dolphin and Porpoise Walk: 2.00pm
Saturday 15th Dolphin and Porpoise Walk: 10.30am
Sunday 16th Sand Sculpture: 10.00am
Saturday 22nd Cliff top walk from Cwmtydu: 11.45am Meet at the Boat Place to catch the Cardi Bach bus to Cwmtydu- bus fare £2.00; numbers depend on space on the bus.
Sunday 23rd Treasure Hunt: 2.30pm
Saturday 29th Dolphin and Porpoise Walk: 10.30am
Sunday 30th Rockpool Rummage: 10.00am
Monday 31st Sand Sculpture: 2.00pm
Dolphin and Porpoise Walk: A slow walk along the coast path taking in the Birds Rock lookout. A good chance to try and spot marine mammals as well as see other coastal wildlife on route. Some steep sections and uneven ground.
Treasure Hunt: Discover New Quay’s natural treasures armed with your map and compass…
Rockpool Rummage: Explore the gullies and rockpools of Traeth Dolau as the tide drops to reveal a hidden world. Wear grippy shoes that you don’t mind getting wet!
Sand Sculpture: Forget castles, think 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea! Help us to recreate a sub-marine food web.
All walks and other events meet at the Boat Place on New Quay harbour. Unless otherwise stated they will last about two hours and we ask for a donation to help fund our wildlife awareness raising work (suggested minimum £1 per person). We cannot accept unaccompanied children on any of our events.