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Sea Sanctuary Anchors Monumental £1.7M Funding!

Sea Sanctuary has sailed into victory on it’s latest voyage to secure funding for an innovative new project that will put Cornwall on the map for mental health treatment. After being granted the £1.7M in Libor funding in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement, we expect to open a new project – The Arc wellbeing hub – in 2018. […]

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Why You Should Vote for Us in the Aviva Community Fund

By Helping Sea Sanctuary, You’re Helping Others Want to do a good deed today? By voting for us in the Aviva Community Fund, you’re helping us to gain votes, and the more votes we get, the bigger the funding we can receive. If we get enough votes then we can help more and more people […]

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Can Sea Sanctuary Sail into the Top Spot of the Aviva Community Fund?

Here at Sea Sanctuary we’re very proud to announce we’ve been nominated for the Aviva Community Fund – a nationwide opportunity to win much-needed funding by gaining votes from the community. Sea Sanctuary offer vulnerable people suffering with mental health problems rehabilitation in their Sail into Life programme, set on their classic yacht, Grace. Additionally, our mental health charity […]

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Sea Sanctuary Launches Programme to Help the 999 Services!

Here at Sea Sanctuary, we help people. It doesn’t matter who they are, or what they do, we’re here to help if they’re facing mental health problems. But what happens to the people that dedicate their lives to helping others? According to Mind’s latest research, those in the forces are more likely to experience a […]

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You don’t have to be an Olympic Athlete to use Sport to Improve your Mental Health

We’ve seen some truly inspirational people compete at this year’s Olympics, and with a recorded 1 in 4 people suffering from mental health problems, it’s not surprising that some of the Olympic athletes going for gold have their own stories to tell… Team GB athlete Jack Green was brave enough to talk to the BBC […]

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National Lottery Awards – Sea Sanctuary Says Thank You for the Support!

Unfortunately, we missed out on the top spot for this year’s National Lottery Awards, but we’d like to say a huge thank you  for all of the support we received from everybody – it means a lot and we’re very proud to have come second. Sea Sanctuary, offers a unique sea-based mental health support to people from […]

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The best places to visit in Cornwall in August

Cornwall is beautiful all year round, but it’s particularly enjoyable in August with gorgeous weather, long summer days and blue crashing waves… This month we thought we’d suggest a few places to go if you’re spending some time in Cornwall this August. Tintagel Venture forth to King Arthur country for some adventures into the historic […]

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Sea Sanctuary's Top Creative Writing Tips

Our Sea Sanctuary Water’s Edge studio is perched right on the gorgeous shoreline of the River Fal, offering therapeutic creative workshops. We’ve recently offered some creative writing workshops and so we caught up with our facilitator Marilyn to ask for some top writing tips.

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Why We Love Falmouth

Craggy coastlines just waiting to be explored, soft grains of sand sifting through your toes, and clotted cream ice cream cones, need we say more?

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Five Positive Steps to Wellbeing

At Sea Sanctuary one of our main goals is to help people achieve a positive state of wellbeing. Sometimes it can be daunting to try and make changes, and even if you did, where would you start?

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