- A local brand of premium craft gin based in London, who recently launched, Marine London Dry Gin, which is known for its distinctive flavour journey. It is reminiscent of an ocean voyage, exploring marine and land flavours from around the world.
- All their ingredients and packaging are sustainable to the environment and the local communities.
- They are honouring the maritime legacy of Greenwich and how the meridian enabled safe navigation to explore the world and they distil marine botanicals from the Celtic Sea, pairing them with intriguing and unique botanicals from around the world.
- They say that the ocean is such an important part of our lives and they believe committing to its preservation is more than good deeds and attitude, it has to be deep in the heart of their business and society, influencing everything they do.
- They have kindly partnered with the Seahorse Trust to be part of something bigger that can make a difference with marine preservation and conservation.
Click on the button to go to their website
A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS AT BEAUTY KITCHEN
Our friends at Beauty Kitchen have continually offered to sponsor our work at The Seahorse Trust over the years by committing to donating 1% of sales (not profits!) of their award winning, 100% vegan Seahorse Plankton+ range, most recently to The Studland Seahorse Project.
Leaping Bunny certified by Cruelty Free International, the Seahorse Plankton+ range is also certified microplastic free by the Plastic Soup Foundation. Containing a super advanced blend of scientifically proven microalgae that Beauty Kitchen grown in giant algae baths, the microalgae absorb Co2 and release oxygen – creating renewable energy that they sell back to the electricity grid. This also means no resources are taken directly from the oceans that feed natural sea life (including seahorses!).
Beauty Kitchen are determined to end single use packaging waste by pioneering their groundbreaking Return•Refill•Repeat programme where customers can send back empty packaging to be used again & again.
Join the #ReuseRevolution today!
Seahorse ale from Salcombe brewery
Handcrafted beer from Devon. Created with hops, malt, yeast and their own Devon water and a splash of passion! A beer for every occasion with a bit of Salcombe in every drop!
The SEAHORSE Beer reflects that Salcombe Estuary is a breeding ground and safe haven for both British species of seahorse. It is an amber ale, sweet and smooth, with a gentle spicy hop character and hints of burnt toffee, caramel and a smoked malty finish. What’s not to like!
Salcombe Brewery and The Seahorse Trust have joined forces to help conserve these amazing animals for the future. By buying this hand crafted ale you are directly helping the Trust in its efforts to study seahorses in the wild and to launch conservation programmes to ensure we have seahorses in the wild forever.
Salcombe Brewery will donate 5p from every bottle bought by you to the work of the Trust and we would like to say a massive thank you to them for their generous support. Cheers!
Helping to save nature, one seed at a time!
Wildflower Favours supplies seed packets for any occasion – including weddings, parties, anniversaries, funerals etc. They also supply the corporate market with branded seed packets for events, promotions and so on. They have kindly nominated us as one of the charities they want to support.
Wildflower Favours are rather obsessed with bees and seahorses! Both species are endangered in their own ways and both need the help of us humans. The seed packets are recycled, plastic-free and contain British-grown wildflower species.
Every packet of Seahorse Trust seeds sold enables a 50p donation to the Trust. Not only are you helping seahorses but the bees too by encouraging them to visit the wildflowers you grow from these packets.
Buzz on over to Wildflower Favours’ website and start saving seahorses and bees!
Sea Adora Exmouth
Supporting our coastline
Sea Adora Exmouth has been set up and is run by Magi and her team.
It is a fantastic gift shop and they aim to make donations from sales to local and national charities like The Seahorse Trust.
Next time you are in Exmouth, pop in and buy yourself or a friend a gift and know you are supporting the natural world
Thanks Magi and everyonne for your support
CLICK ON THE LOGO TO THE LEFT TO VISIT THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE
Below are some samples of the colours and types of T-shirts and Hoodies Brian sells. Check out his Tee-spring site for more options, just click on the button.
Brian Davies SCUBA
T-SHIRTS AND HOODIES DESIGNED BY JUSTIN CARMACK, THE CRITTER HUNTER
100% of the profit from them goes to our conservation, education and research work.
Thanks to Brian and Justin for kindly doing this for us and check out their sites to see what they are up to.
Seahorse Post Cards
A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE PHOTOGRAPHERS WHO KINDLY DONATED THIER IMAGES IN AID OF THE SEAHORSE TRUST
This stunning set of images featuring seahorses and seadragons have been made into a series of 6 postcards bound together.
They are for sale for £7.65 (incl. P&P UK only) with 100% of the profits going to the work of The Seahorse Trust.
The images have been kindly donated by the photographers for use of the trust to aid its work and we would like to say a massive thank you to them all.
If you want to buy a set or two then please email us at email@example.com
Tick Off collars for your family friend
To find out more about our partnership, head to our website
Fused Glass by Pippa
Pippa has been fusing glass for a few years now, and is based in a small village by the sea in Devon. Her inspiration comes from the coast and 10% of all seahorse-themed glass sales will be kindly donated to The Seahorse Trust. She make various items from small ring dishes and soap dishes, coasters and bowls to stand alone and wall mounted seahorse art.
Pippa can be contacted via Facebook or Instagram (Fused Glass by Pippa) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unique one off Seahorse art
Since taking early retirement Patti Boness has been able to indulge her love of art and crafts. I am still exploring many forms and media.
Her work is varied – from a simple style of Pointillism, developed preferring to use sepia and black pens, to Tuscany landscapes in acrylic and to her most recent work using slate, beach finds and metallic paints set in resin.
Her inspiration comes from a love of the countryside and many years of diving, with her first sighting of a Seahorse whilst diving off the south coast of England.
Following this passion for seahorses, Patti now donates 10% from any sales of her products featuring a seahorse to the Seahorse Trust.
Purchases can be made by contacting Patti at email@example.com
or visit her shop on ETSY: www.etsy.com/shop/CanvasSlateandWood
Immortal Beloved UK
Artwork by Rachael Woodcroft
Rachael’s “Seahorses in Love” brooches are hand-moulded and individually handpainted, with no two ever the same. Each pair is shaped into a slightly different tail embrace, and each pair has a tiny Swarovski crystal inset into each eye.
Each brooch is sold for £25.00, of which 25% will go to the Trust, that’s £6.75 per brooch.
Click on the image to the left to go to her site.
WILDLIFE ART FROM CONSERVATIONISTS
Lifeforms Art is all about spreading the conservation message and celebrating the amazing creatures who share our planet.
They are a family business, lucky enough to live in Ceredigion, West Wales, and they spend there spare time beach combing and beach cleaning.
Lifeforms Art began in 2017 when father and sons team began looking for a way to promote the conservation message to the world – artist and Conservationist Ian, graphic designer George and artist and naturalist Ben.
Their seahorse and marine art is beautiful – their seahorse T-shirt is made from 100% soft organic cotton, is fairwear-certified and available in a choice of colours. The T-shirts are also vegan. Incidentally, the seahorse has been their most requested design!
Lifeforms Art are generously donating 10% from their seahorse art proceeds to the Trust’s work. Click on the images below to go directly to Lifeform Art’s website.
CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW TO GO DIRECTLY TO LIFEFORMS ART WEBSITE
Sea Arch Drinks have formed a unique partnership with The Seahorse Trust
Based on the South Devon coast near one of our study sites, Sea Arch produces an award-winning distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Bursting with coastal botanicals, Sea Arch is a deliciously refreshing alternative to alcohol.
Sea Arch Drinks co-founder Sarah Yates says, “We’re excited about the new partnership with The Seahorse Trust, supporting the important work they do to protect the marine environment, not only here in Devon, but across the UK and around the world. We are fortunate to have such a vast range of species living in and around our shores, and feel strongly that we have a responsibility to provide a safe and sustainable ecosystem for them. The marine conservation work that The Seahorse Trust does is vital in protecting seahorses and their natural habitats so that they – and we – can enjoy our coastlines for many years to come.”
We are really happy to be working with Sea Arch Drinks and look forward to a long partnership, helping to protect our seas together.
For more information about Sea Arch Drinks,click on the logo below
The Sea Arch name is inspired by the London Arch in Torbay, home of both species of British Seahorses, where The Seahorse Trust are studying these amazing ‘little horses of the sea’.
Just as the waves have washed away some of the cliff to create something truly stunning – a natural stone arch in the ocean – so the removal of the alcohol in Sea Arch Coastal Juniper leaves you able to taste and savour the layers of complex natural botanical flavours, making it even more beautiful without.
DORSET DIVING SERVICES
Dorset Diving Services are the leading dive centre in Poole in Dorset and offer a wide range of services. From dive training, to equipment servicing, from dive equipment for sale, to diver’s air, they are the place to use for all your dive needs.
During our installation of the Ecomoorings at Studland Bay, they kindly provided the air free of charge as a donation for our work and even delivered it to the quayside for us.
They are a brilliant team and very helpful.
Check out their website by clicking on their logo to the left.
Sea Change Wines
Ethically sourced eco friendly wines
Are passionate about two things: protecting our oceans from plastic pollution and great tasting wine. Every bottle of Sea Change helps fund ocean conservation projects across the globe and our minimal packaging reduces waste and environmental impact.
We have just teamed up with Sea Change Wines for a special promotion, which is amazing news for seahorses and great news for wine lovers. Sea Change is a wine company with a difference, they are tackling the issue of plastic waste and helping conserve the natural world. Thank you to them for this amazing offer.
Lizzie from Sea Change Wine says,
‘At Sea Change wine, we are passionate about two things: protecting marine environments from plastic pollution and great tasting wine. We believe that everyone has a role to play in tackling the problem of plastics in our oceans. For every bottle sold, a donation is made to marine conservation charities who are actively fighting plastic pollution.
Packaging has been minimised on every bottle to reduce waste: natural corks made using renewable energy are used, and we’ve removed the unnecessary plastic wrap around the cork. The labels are made partially from grape waste and lovingly hand drawn by our designer Katie. Take a closer look and you’ll see the marine animals represent the problem: they’re filled with plastic.
AMAZING SCULPTURES BY NICOLAS PAIN
Wildlife Artist and SCUBA diver, Nicolas Pain, has created two fabulous sculptures. Each depicts Spiny Seahorses. One features a single Seahorse holding on tightly to a strand of seagrass in a strong current, while the second shows two Seahorses floating gently in calmer waters. Both sculptures accurately portray exquisitely detailed seahorses in their natural habitat. Nicolas’ work is inspired by many years of diving mainly in the UK.
Each sculpture is a foundry-cast bronze in a strictly limited edition of 18 and each is signed by the artist. These are offered here in conjunction with The Seahorse Trust and the artist will donate 15% of the sale price to the Trust. T
The dimensions of the single Seahorse are D17cm X W30cm XH43cm and the two seahorses together are D25cm X W14cm X H62cm. Both are supplied in hand made wooden presentation boxes.
The single Seahorse is priced at £1850 and the double at £2400. This price includes shipping on the UK mainland.
Steve and Tamara have lived and worked in South Devon all their lives and have always had a passion for wildlife and the natural environment.
In 2018 an opportunity arose to purchase a few acres of local woodland, all was completed within a matter of weeks and the excited couple were proud custodians of their very own woodland, where they could really give nature a helping hand!
Steve and Tamara, have created Sebastian to help save seahorses in the wild.
They are donating £1 from every Sebastian sold to the work of The Seahorse Trust. Please click on the picture or logos to go to their site and buy your very own Sebastian. Please don’t forget to tell them you are supporting us, when you order one.
Shops and centres with collection pots
WHY NOT HAVE A SEAHORSE TRUST COLLECTION POT ON YOUR PREMISES TO HELP RAISE FUNDS TOWARDS OUR URGENT WORK
Here at The Seahorse Trust we are very lucky to have a number of shops and outlets who support our work by having a Seahorse Trust collection pot, so that their customers can kindly donate towards our work.
Listed below are just a few of them and if you click on their logos you can go direct to their websites.
Thank you to them all for their amazing support.
If you want to have one of our collection pots to help support our work then please get in touch by e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org