We work with local schools, providing educational experiences based on the marine environment.


We raise awareness of the marine environment and carry out research to conserve local marine species.


We rely on the hard work and dedication of a network of volunteers. Become a CBMWC volunteer.
News & Events
WTSWW ecological training courses 2015
Fantastic training opportunities at Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre and Nature Reserve, Bridgend
Posted: 18 December 2014
ShoreFin report 2014
Our ShoreFin project report on the 2014 season is available to download now
Posted: 02 December 2014
Volunteer in 2015
We are recruiting for a number of volunteer roles for 2015. Apply now. Closing date 25th January 2015
Posted: 20 November 2014
Support the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre


We rely on the generous support of members of the public to keep us open and running. Your donation will make a big difference to our work. More Info

Adopt a Cardigan Bay Dolphin

Adopt a Cardigan Bay Dolphin

By adopting a really Welsh dolphin through the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre for just £30, you will make a significant contribution not only to the conservation of Cardigan Bay’s dolphins More Info



Our research is funded by the paying public. By taking a trip with Dolphin Survey Boat Trips, you’ll make our research possible. Why not join one of our Cardigan Bay Day Surveys More Info