Welcome to The Seahorse Trust
We hope you will be inspired by our site to learn more about and support us in conserving seahorses for generations to come.
We are a small but dedicated charity for seahorses and the natural world and we acheive what we do by working with others and by working in partnership with nature, only by taking this collective approach will we all make a difference.
Please make a donation
By making a donation to our work you help us to help the natural world without you we cannot help them.
Why not become a member or adopt a seahorse, just click on the button below to know more.
Britsh Seahorse booklet
We have just produced a booklet on British Seahorses, so you can learn more about these amazing animals, these 'Little horses of the sea'. It is full of facts and information about what makes these incredible fish be able to survive in our waters, how they breed, their beautiful daily dance and lots of other information about their unique behaviour and life in our waters.
It is an A5 booklet in full colour and shows how enigmatic and incredible British Seahorses truly are.
To buy a copy please e-mail email@example.com and order a copy and you can pay through our donate button on this page or by sending a cheque for £4.99 (Including postage and packaging) payable to The Seahorse Trust to the address on our support us page.
100% of the profits goes in aid of The Seahorse Trust which is a registered charity (Number 1086027)
Our latest Newsletter
Newsletter Spring 2015
With our partners at GoFundMe we have set up a donation based campaign to hep us fund the work at Studland Bay in Dorset, which was home to the largest group of seahorses in the UK. Sadly, despite legal protection this site has become fragmented and the seahorse numbers have dropped from 40 in 2008 down to one in 2014.
We are petitioning the Government to make this a Marine Conservation Zone but we need your help with funding to make this a reality. By funding our research and lobbying efforts for Studland Bay you will be helping us to ensure the legal protection we got seahorses afforded in 2008 is implemented.
PLease click on the picture below to go to our GoFundMe campaign.