Get involved

If you share our passion and commitment to the seascape then we would love to hear from you. This may be as a volunteer, a community group, business, or education setting. Please get in touch and we will be more than happy to talk through current and potential opportunities.

As an individual 

We need people to help us with our projects and activities.

This may be through monitoring our fragile coastal habitats for species unique to our cliff tops such as the Durham Argus Butterfly, helping out with our on-water activities, or researching our maritime heritage and joining in an archaeology dig.

Search our latest volunteering opportunities or get in touch to have a chat about how you can be part of SeaScapes. 

SeaScapes coastline showing the beach at South Shields, North East England

As a community group

We have a range of projects and opportunities for community groups.

Interactions range from creative engagement activities to exploring rock pools and learning about how to protect our marine environment.

We can provide talks, walks, litter picks and other activities for your members.

Get in touch to find out more.

As a business

Are you aspiring to be a plastic free business, or would you like your team to join in one of our beach cleans?

If your business is keen to be part of SeaScapes, then please get in touch and we will talk through the opportunities to get involved and start to make a positive difference. 

Magnesian Limestone Cliffs at Marsden Bay, located near South Shields, consisting of a sandy beach enclosed by Magnesian Limestone Cliffs and sea stacks with Souter Lighthouse beyond
Children taking part in activities at the beach

As a school or education setting

Bring your pupils to the seascape to learn about our special marine environment and how to better look after it.

We also have intergenerational projects telling the story of our industrial, maritime and wartime heritage with living histories to be discovered.

For KS3 and KS4, we can offer on-water activities through the Royal Yachting Association.

To find out more about what we can offer schools and educational settings, please contact us.