Our projects

What we've been working on

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Coastline Deadline is all about supporting real projects that have a positive impact on our coastline. We're lucky to work with great organisations who care as much about the future of our planet as we do. Here are just some of the great things we've been working on. 

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Eco-moorings at Studland Bay

Working with The Seahorse Trust we've installed 10 eco-moorings at this boating hotspot. The moorings are free to use for all boaters, helping protect the habitat of protected seahorse species. 

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A home for nature at Royal Quays

Located within the marina this floating ecosystem is part of a pilot study for the local area. Designed to provide wildlife with a habitat along the River Tyne we're already seeing great plant growth and Common Tern hatchlings! 

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Biohuts for seahorses at Haslar Marina

Haslar Marina are providing a safe habitat for juvenile seahorses under their pontoons thanks to the help of The Seahorse Trust and the University of Portsmouth. 

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Oyster re-wilding at Conwy Marina

Working in Partnership with the Wild Oysters Project and Bangor University, Conwy Marina are supporting the re-wilding of these superheroes of the sea!

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Introducing Oysters at Bangor Marina

Supporting the first native oyster rewilding project in Northern Ireland in partnership with Ulster Wildlife Trust. 

A little something for everyone

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