Latest Press Releases for 2012


Singer Trevor Takes Helm at Seal Sanctuary SINGER TREVOR TAKES HELM AT SEAL SANCTUARY
A new appointment at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary could be music to the ears of staff and residents alike!...More>>
Fayre Deal For Sanctuary FansFAYRE DEAL FOR SANCTUARY FANS
The Cornish Sea Sanctuary is throwing its doors open to visitors free-of-charge for two days of early Christmas festivities weekend (24th and 25th November 2012)....More>>
New arrival at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary!NEW ARRIVAL AT THE CORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY!
Staff and visitors are very pleased to welcome the newest resident to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary - Pine the Humboldt Penguin...More>>
Call for more Seal spotters!CALL FOR MORE SEAL SPOTTERS!
With preparations for the Cornish Seal Sanctuary´s annual pup rescue season underway, the centre is asking the public to go on seal spotting red alert...More>>
Brain Training for Otters at the Cornish Seal SanctuaryBRAIN TRAINING FOR OTTERS AT THE CORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY
Everyone knows otters are smart animals, but visitors to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary have been astonished to see its resident otters apparently making complex calculations on their own abacus!...More>>
Cornish Seal Sanctuary opens not one but THREE hotels!THE SANCTUARY OPENS NOT ONE BUT THREE HOTELS!
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary is rolling up its green sleeves to build three hotels which are sure to be snug as a bug for its new inhabitants...More>>
Sanctuary has busiest seal rescue season on recordTHE SANCTUARY HAS BUSIEST SEAL RESCUE SEASON ON RECORD
This summer´s bad weather has broken yet another record...an unprecedented 62 seal pups needing help by the Cornish Seal Sanctuary....More>>
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary Walks for WhalesTHE CORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY WALKS FOR WHALES
With mud firmly between their toes, staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary, together with volunteers, completed their annual Walk for Whales event....More>>
Cornish Seal Sanctuary prepares for the pitter patter of tiny flippersTHE SEAL SANCTUARY PREPARES FOR THE PITTER PATTER OF TINY FLIPPERS
Staff at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary are waiting with bated breath for the birth of a baby Common Seal pup who is due to arrive in June....More>>
Cornish Seal Sanctuary celebrates the best of BritainCORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY CELEBRATES THE BEST OF BRITAIN
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary will be marking the Queen´s Diamond Jubilee and paying a special tribute to two key historic figures when it releases five seals this week...More>>
Cornish Seal Sanctuary discovers what´s lurking in the surfCORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY DISCOVERS WHAT´S LURKING IN THE SURF
The National Seal Sanctuary marked its name-change back to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary with a commemorative time capsule burial...More>>
Cornish Seal Sanctuary and school pupils celebrate the past and look to the futureCORNISH SEAL SANCTUARY AND SCHOOL PUPILS CELEBRATE THE PAST AND LOOK TO THE FUTURE
The National Seal Sanctuary marked its name-change back to the Cornish Seal Sanctuary with a commemorative time capsule burial...More>>
A Local Sanctuary For Local People!A LOCAL SANCTUARY FOR LOCAL PEOPLE!
The National Seal Sanctuary is going back to its roots to thank the people of Cornwall for their long-standing support. The attraction is reverting to its original title The Cornish Seal Sanctuary...More>>
Udderly surprising visitor attempts to moo-ve into the National Seal SanctuaryUDDERLY SURPRISING VISITOR ATTEMPTS TO MOO-VE IN
As the National Seal Sanctuary bids farewell to this seasons rescued seal pups, it seems an unexpected visitor has been secretly biding their time to become the Sanctuary´s newest resident...More>>
Persistence Pays Off For Lovestruck SealPERSISTENCE PAYS OFF FOR LOVESTRUCK SEAL
Maybe it´s the approach of Valentine´s Day? Whatever the reason, love is in the air down at the Seal Sanctuary where 10-year-old grey seal Ray whose advances have for years been spurned by...More>>
Five Splash Happy Seals Make a Return to the WildFIVE SPLASH HAPPY SEALS MAKE A RETURN TO THE WILD
Grey seal pups Marti Pellow, Finn, Ronseal, Andy Murray and David Attenborough were released on Gwithian Beach at 11am. As hoped, the seals were excited to find themselves near the sea and headed into the surf without hesitation...More>>
FIVE SEALS SET TO SWIM THE SEVEN SEASFIVE SEALS SET TO SWIM THE SEVEN SEAS
The National Seal Sanctuary is planning its first official release of 2012 when five seal pups will be simultaneous released back into the wild...More>>

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