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The seas around the UK host a wealth of wildlife. You might be surprised to learn that the UK's seas cover an area three times that of the land, and host half of our national bio-diversity. It's a strange world beneath the waves, one that we know little about, but one that is increasingly under pressure from human activity.

Latest marine life blog posts:

The problem with plastic: A short, but instructive, video about the dangers of our addiction to plastic for National Geograp... >> More

Meeting dates change: Over the winter our meetings will be moving to the second TUESDAY of each month, starting in Novembe... >> More

Local MCS events happening soon:

Friday 3 April: MCS Trip to Oban
Stating at Gallanach, near Oban. Contact Barry Kaye for more details.

Tuesday 14 April: Beach clean at Half Moon Bay
Beach clean and litter survey at Half Moon Bay organised by Kathy McAdam. Meet Half Moon Bay car park, Heysham between 18:00 and 18:30. Gloves and suitable footwear required. There will be a social meeting at the Royal following the beach clean, weather permitting.

You are invited to join us for talks, on dives and beach litter surveys. - please see our diary for a complete list of forthcoming events:

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