Members of the marine conservation charity meet weekly, at the harbour usually, to unshoulder climate disaster scenarios they may have been carrying around with them, and to brainstorm sea saving ideas. Split into four pods, the 16-strong group never stop. If they’re not designing their own sea life awareness signs, they’re instigating campaigns, checking the health levels of the sea life with their snorkelling adventures, and jumping aboard their favourite local skipper Noel Hawkins’ speedboat. They zoom round beaches bin-bagging rubbish before the waves lick it all off the shore and it gets swallowed by the sea.

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Source: Press and Journal