About the Brighton Dolphin Project

The Brighton Dolphin Project is an initiative from the World Cetacean Alliance that aims to improve awareness about the importance of local marine ecosystems and species found along the Sussex coastline, including Dolphins.

Brightonians have lost the connection to their Dolphins, and we want to showcase everything there is to celebrate about these amazing animals along the Sussex coast. Sussex is also one of the most poorly studied areas to understand more about marine mammals, including Dolphins and Seals, so we are determined to contribute towards conservation efforts.

To achieve this, our project wants to create a community of Ocean Champions: a group of individuals that feel empowered to take the right steps that make a positive difference for the marine environment. Read below to discover the core aspects of the Project that lead towards us creating this community of Ocean Champions.


Core Aspects of the Project

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Study the local dolphin/wildlife populations in Sussex, as well as understanding our impact on the marine environment.

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Host fun and inspiring activities in our Discovery Centre, as well as organising educational workshops for schools to inspire the next generation of ocean heroes.

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Hosting a series of Wildlife Trips that will allow the public to learn about Sussex marine wildlife, whilst experiencing panoramic views of Brighton.

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Teaming up with businesses to take action that safeguards the future of the seas and its incredible diversity wildlife in Sussex.

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You can contact us by writing to the address below or via telephone (our office hours are Monday - Friday, 10am - 5pm). We look forward to hearing from you!

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Studio 3, Lower Promenade,
Madeira Drive,
BN2 1ET,
United Kingdom

Tel: 01273 355011

Email: info@brightondolphinproject.org

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