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Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation & Education Studies | blog | 15th July | Dr Mike Kent

Last Wednesday I searched for one of my favourite animals, the Celtic sea-slug Onchidella celtica, on the rocks below Tristram car park. It is not outwardly the best looking beast on the planet. It would not win any sea-slug beauty competition, even in Polzeath. But don’t be fooled by ...

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Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation & Education Studies | blog | 4th July | Dr Mike Kent

One of the joys of walking along the Polzeath shore at low tide is that you never know what you will discover. It might be something dramatic like a stranded seal. A few years ago I came across Jeremy Clarkson covered from head to foot in neoprene for a seaside episode of Top Gear; he […]

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Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation & Education Studies | blog | 27th June | Dr Mike Kent

The evening of Tuesday, 26th June was exceptionally tranquil. The sea, usually agitated by Atlantic rollers, was sufficiently calm for yachts to be moored in Hayle Bay. The sun was setting between Newlands Island and Pentire Point, with the light changing in intensity and hue with every ...

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Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation & Education Studies - blog June 26th - Dr Mike Kent

During the talk entitled “Plastics in the marine environment: a Christian’s Response” which I gave a couple of week’s ago, I somewhat foolishly made a public commitment to do one beach clean each month. On Tuesday, as June was getting ever closer to July, I thought ...

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Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation & Education Studies - blog June 19th - Dr Mike Kent

Marine biologist Dr Mike Kent has joined the team at Tubestation to help develop a new project Promoting Intertidal Sciences, Conservation and Educational Studies (PISCES) in a Christian environment. As part of the project, he will be writing weekly reflections inspired by our natural ...

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New guest coffee

When Murray from Sunday Collab came in to see us we told him the story of our award winning coffee, Tubetime, and how it had been developed with our friends at local micro-roaster Hands-On whose uncle owns the farm in Brazil where 50% of the beans in the blend come from. It’s our own ...

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Tubestation welcomes Surfing England's Phil Williams back from China

Fresh back from his three weeks in China managing the Surfing England Longboard team as they found their way to a very respectable fifth in the world, Phil Williams managed to squeeze in a few days of strategic meetings in Cornwall, fortunately coinciding with a few days of absolutely pumping ...

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