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‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’

July 12th, 2017|Educational Aquariums, Recent News|

Many of us will remember this classic science fiction novel from the 1870’s that is still read in schools today.  It takes the reader into a journey of the unknown, the thrill of adventure and the life of the enigmatic Captain Nemo. Although this book was released more than 140 years ago and appeared ahead [...]

‘Oh, I Do Like To Be Beside The Sea Side!’

June 16th, 2017|Recent News|

‘Oh, I do like to be beside the sea! I do like to stroll along the prom, prom, prom! Where the brass bands play, “Tiddely-om-pom-pom!” Rock pooling is a quintessentially British thing to do. There is nothing better than heading off to the nearest coastline on a sunny day, with a bucket in one hand [...]

Sacred Hearts School Column Aquarium

August 26th, 2016|Column Aquariums, Educational Aquariums, Recent News|

Column aquariums are a truly unique tank design. With the ability to completely transform the entire atmosphere of a room, they are becoming an increasingly popular option for aquarium rentals in offices, foyers and waiting rooms. But that’s not where the benefits of this type of aquarium end. The incredible appeal of aquariums has broadened [...]

Aqualease Coral Reef Project in Schools

August 26th, 2016|Educational Aquariums, Recent News|

Aqualease have brought a new project to classrooms up and down the country. An innovative and exciting way to get up close and personal with some amazing underwater species, all in the comfort and safety of an educational setting. Proud to introduce the Coral Reef Aquarium, Aqualease deliver an interactive live marine system to schools [...]

Aqualease Rock Pool Experience

August 7th, 2016|Educational Aquariums, Recent News|

Whilst mum relaxes on the beach, it’s more often than not, Dad’s job to take the kids down to the edges of the seawater to do a little exploring in the rock pools. Armed with buckets, fish nets and jelly sandals, rock pooling provides hours of family fun and can sometimes unveil some rather unusual [...]

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