- Scottish Seabird Centre opens its doors for free during World Ocean Day
One of Scotland’s leading marine education and conservation charities is hosting a free Community Open Day at its 5-star visitor attraction to celebrate World Oceans Day, Saturday 8 June 2019 (10am to 6pm).
The Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick recently reopened after a partial refurbishment and revealed exciting plans to transform their existing Discovery Centre with new exhibits and interactive displays later this year. The fully refurbished visitor experience will be officially launched during Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters in 2020.
The Community Open Day is being held on World Oceans Day to showcase the work that the charity does...
- Scottish Seabird Centre - Completes stage 1 of their 12 month refurbishment
The Scottish Seabird Centre open their doors today, following completion of the first stage of their refurbishment. The charity is refreshing all aspects of its discovery and education experience over the course of this year. The first stage has transformed the upstairs space bringing their charitable purpose; ‘inspiring and educating people about the Scottish marine environment and motivating people to care for it’ to the fore, as well as improving the visitor experience in the retail and café areas which exist to support the Centre’s charitable activities.
The Scottish Seabird Centre team are working in partnership with Glasgow Science Centre...
- Scottish Seabird Centre re-opens Friday 05 April
Conservation and education charity, the Scottish Seabird Centre, North Berwick, will reopen on 05 April following the completion of the first stage of their refurbishment programme.
Susan Davies, CEO for the charity, said ‘2019 is an exciting year for the Scottish Seabird Centre. There is a huge amount of work going on behind the scenes to develop the new exhibits for the Discovery Centre. We are extending our scope to look at the broader marine environment, marine wildlife and the challenges facing them including climate change and marine plastics. We are developing a fresh vision for the charity and a new...
- Seabird Centre announces leading wildlife conservationist, Susan Davies, as new CEO
Conservation and education charity, the Scottish Seabird Centre, has announced the appointment of leading Wildlife Conservationist, Susan Davies, as CEO. Susan has extensive senior leadership experience in public and third sector organisations, most recently as Director of Conservation for the Scottish Wildlife Trust.
Announcing the appointment, David Windmill, Chair of the Scottish Seabird Centre, said: “The trustees and staff are absolutely delighted that Susan will be joining us as CEO in January. She brings a wealth of experience in the conservation sector and has an in-depth understanding of the challenges faced by our wildlife. Her knowledge of policy and strategic development...