Scuba 2000 Supports Dive Project Cornwall!
Scuba 2000 are delighted to be part of an exciting new project – Dive Project Cornwall. The project will educate hundreds of thousands of young people by delivering an education programme directly into schools across the UK.
Dive Project Cornwall will also reach millions of adults through media partners and collaboration with numerous ocean-based charities.
Together, we can shout loudly to spread the message about the critical importance of the health of our oceans. In doing so, we will educate people about real and serious threats to our marine environment and the survival of our entire planet.
Jack, one of our young divers in Cornwall.
The team at Scuba 2000 are delighted to be part of this exciting and unique project. We believe that everyone – children and adults need to understand and do all they can to protect our oceans. Dive Project Cornwall will not only educate the next generation, it will build excitement and interest in the magical underwater world that we’re all so passionate about. This is a fantastic initiative and will have a positive and lasting impact on both the ocean and the diving industry.
Ayaan Chitty, on behalf of Scuba 2000
Readymoney Cove – one of our favourite diving spots in Cornwall.
About Dive Project Cornwall
Dive Project Cornwall is a new and exciting, not-for-profit community interest company and is the inspiration of Andrew Forster, CEO and Founder of Leven Media Group. Having moved his family to Cornwall from Bath, Andrew’s passion for marine conservation along with scuba-diving developed. He soon realised how lucky he was to be able to have this experience, whilst recognising that many others will never get the chance.
Now, as a PADI-certified Dive Master, Andrew is fortunate to spend part of his week volunteering on organised dive outings with the team at Kennack Diving and Porthkerris, Cornwall.
The vision for Dive Project Cornwall is simple – eliminate plastic pollution and protect the marine environment to save all life in our oceans for many future generations to enjoy and cherish.
Teenagers can become ‘Ocean Influencers’ with Dive Project Cornwall.
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience to Protect the Oceans
At the heart of Dive Project Cornwall is a competition for 400 lucky teenagers to win the experience of a lifetime; a 6-day, life-changing trip to Cornwall, where they will learn to scuba dive, enjoy outdoor adventures, take up beach-related activities and attend presentations from leading marine industry experts. The aim is for these teenagers to become PADI Open Water qualified and Dive Project Cornwall Ocean Influencers who positively engage, inspire and motivate the next generation to save our planet.
Scuba 2000 will be supporting this fantastic initiative by sponsoring 1 – 2 teenagers to take part in this unique adventure and experience of a lifetime.
Scuba 2000 teaching a young diver in the pool.
“For a long time I have considered it should be the right of every child to walk on a beach and feel the sand between their toes. Dive Project Cornwall aims to give young people that experience and take it one step further; giving them sight of the amazing underwater world. Through their own appreciate of the wonders of the marine environment we will inspire thought as to how we will look after our beaches and oceans and preserve them for future generations to enjoy. The success of this lies in educating hundreds of thousands of young people today and we are thrilled to be able to launch a comprehensive introduction to the ocean and conservation for young people and adults alike, in the form of Dive Project Cornwall.”
Andy Forster, Project Director, Dive Project Cornwall
Key Project Sponsors
Some of the headline sponsors for Dive Project Cornwall are:
With the support of the Marine Conservation Society, Dive Project Cornwall will educate hundreds of thousands of young people by delivering an education programme directly into schools across the UK. This will raise the awareness of the importance of the planet’s marine environment and its vital role in our very existence.
“Saving the ocean requires all of us to act together, and it’s crucial that we engage the younger generation in this work. Partnering with Dive Project Cornwall enables PADI to deliver such an important project, educating young people in the UK on the far-reaching impact that local action can have,”
Rich Somerset, Territory Director, PADI EMEA.
Porthpean Beach on the South Cornish Coast.
Fourth Element will be supplying all the technical dive gear for the instructors. Fourth Element are aware of the many and complex environmental issues that face them as a business and from the outset, through their ‘Ocean Positive’ journey they have created an environmentally sustainable business that is good for the ocean. From compostable packaging to recycled swimwear and supporting various environmental charities.
“Dive Project Cornwall is an innovative and effective way of educating the next generation of the importance of a healthy marine environment as well as encouraging a responsibility for protecting it; which of course is critical for the future of our planet. I encourage all businesses to do what they can to support this exciting and unique project.”
Paul Strike Managing Director Fourth Element
Diving with Scuba 2000 at Portmellon, Cornwall – one of the best beach dives in the UK.
Want to Sponsor Dive Project Cornwall?
Dive Project Cornwall are currently looking for sponsors, media partners and collaborating charities to build the project to formal launch across the UK in January 2022.
If you would like more information about Dive Project Cornwall or would like to discuss sponsorship for your own business, please contact Andrew Forster +44(0)7711 160590 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org