Polar Bear Explorer

    BE A POLAR BEAR EXPLORER!

    Polar Bears need our help and they're bringing an important message to Plymouth this winter. 

    From November 25th through until March 3rd, 20 Polar Bear cubs will be let loose across Plymouth's Waterfront. The cubs will be hiding in Sutton Harbour, The Barbican, Hoe, Millbay and Royal William Yard. Each cub will have a Bear Fact with them, telling us about the Arctic and the oceans, how plastic is affecting their home and how we can all help. 

    Once you've found all 20, complete the Explorer form with your details and make your pledge to help Polar Bears by reducing single-use plastics at home, at school and in the workplace.  You will receive a special certificate. There's also a chance to win big prizes!

    Pick up your Explorer form from: National Marine Aquarium, Barbican Tourist Information Centre, Centre Library or online at visitplymouth.co.uk 

    Want to learn more about how you can help reduce single-use plastic? 

    Visit:
    bbc.co.uk/plasticaction
    WWF.org.uk
    mcsuk.org
    skyoceanrescue.com
    greenpeace.org.uk

    #PolarBearExplorer #PlasticsPledgePlym 

     

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