Living in Scarborough myself, I have had the pleasure of taking friends, both adult and children, to this enjoyable venue. The visits has been positive in every case.
Recently a friend's daughter has been staying with me whilst she's been getting first hand, hands on experience at The Sea Life Sanctuary for a week doing work experience in half term whilst still at school and in her final year in Leeds. Aged 18 she hopes to study Marine Biology at University from September 2014.
As a consequence of seeing the other side of the Sea Life Sanctuary if you like, the feedback has all has been totally positive and my friend's daughter has ,loved the work, the people, the animals and fish. She was welcomed and made to feel relaxed, finding the staff and much of the work fun, interesting, fascinating and all completely absorbing.
Hearing, in a positive way, about an aspect that the general public rarely get to see or know anything of ( the backstage effort, if you like. ) is insightful and refreshing, putting this worthy venue, which is in such an ideal position geographically too, doing wonderful work for all sea life so consistently and constantly, is proof positive that the people who run and work at this brilliant place are doing an really excellent job.
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