You’ve heard of the drive-in cinema, but have you ever been to a cinema on the beach?!
We are displaying a film on Saturday the 4th of June 2016. The film will be available for all to watch on New Quay Harbour Beach from 3.30pm. There will be no charge.
Photo: A bottlenose dolphin leaps in Cardigan Bay by Katrin Lohrengel (Sea Watch Monitoring officer)
“It’s part of our mission to guide the public and help them to see and understand more about the amazing wildlife we have across all UK waters.” says Georgina Davies, Education and Outreach Assistant for Sea Watch Foundation. “That’s why we’re inviting people to come and watch one of our favourite marine life films, Finding Nemo, in the stunning setting of New Quay! Whilst the film is set across the Atlantic Ocean we’ll also be displaying some short videos of the Cardigan Bay dolphins, describing what Sea Watch do, why they do it and how you and your family can help!”
Photo: A child enjoys Sea Watch Foundation display on New Quay harbour Pier by Beth Byrne (sea Watch Intern 2015)
“Supporting a child to tap into their natural curiosity and uncover a passion and interest in wildlife is an incredible experience for all involved. We strive to do this on a daily basis, as not only do we love to see families develop unforgettable memories, but also to nurture the future of science and conservation in Great Britain. This is why we continue to set up a series of family orientated events.” Continues Georgina.
If you would like to come along to the beach screening, bring something to sit on, some British weather proofing and some change for ice cream!