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  • Blog Post: Real record breakers

    Hi everyone, You might remember that earlier in February the RSPB set the challenge of smashing the world record for the most unused mobile phones collected in one week. Great news - we're record breakers! Across the UK, we managed to collect a staggering 6,130 old mobile phones. At Saltholme...
  • Blog Post: Welly season madness: post half-term review/rest/recuperation

    Phew! I'm still catching my breath after a busy half term week. I lost count at how many times I said the word 'welly' through the week, though I'm sure it went into the millions by Saturday :D Visitor numbers were pretty good throughout the week, more especially so at the start of...
  • Blog Post: Last day for small ships

    Hi everyone, If you're spending the evening browsing the Internet, trying to find something to do with the family tomorrow, then look no further - Saltholme is the place to visit. Tomorrow's the last day of the Saltholme small ships . It is, hands down, Saltholme's most popular family...
  • Blog Post: Give us yer phones!

    Hi everyone, The RSPB want to break the record for the most mobile phones collected in a week and we need your help. The current record is for 3,883 (very precise!) but we want to collect over 5,000. Nationally this will raise around £12,000. To find out even more, visit www.recyclingappeal...
  • Blog Post: Small ships cruise into Saltholme

    Hi everyone, We've had stacks of family fun at Saltholme this summer. Monster making , photography fun and pond dipping every day . What's next I hear you cry? Well, it's time for my favourite event of the year - Saltholme small ships . We had a go at this activity last year when the Tall...
  • Blog Post: Small ships fun

    Hi everyone, I've been blogging non-stop about Saltholme's summer family activities. They've been brill. Monsters , blueprints and even ships . Last week was the first week of the Saltholme small ships and what a week it was. Between Tuesday and Thursday, families (with lots of input from...