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Chance to be a Sea Life London Aquarium junior broadcaster

Recently I blogged about our visit to Sea Life London Aquarium and how much Chiswick Boy loved telling us all about the fish.

This weekend there’s still time for your 8-11 year old to enter Sea Life London’s search for two junior broadcasters! We’re making our video today, which will be about our tortoise!


What you have to do

To enter, your budding broadcaster will need to submit a video of no longer than 30 seconds, with he or she on camera reporting on any animal or creature of their choosing to which they have access, no matter how big or small (- Sea Life says “an ant, a pet, even a spider will do”… eeek, no spiders for us please haha)

They need to “explain what they find fascinating about it, and the reason why they are perfect for the role of Junior Broadcaster”.

Email your video to 11.59pm Sunday 6th March 2016.

Entries will be judged by a viewing panel of aquarists and winners notified by Monday 14th March 2016.

What the winners get

Exclusive access and work with the expert team of aquarists to report on special activity over a period of twelve months commencing from the end of March 2016, including a brand new, currently top-secret immersive experience launching this Easter.

The winners will also be given a SEA LIFE London Aquarium Annual Pass for a family of four, which includes 12 months unlimited FREE entry into the SEA LIFE London Aquarium along with all UK SEA LIFE centres and Sanctuaries.

Sea Life says: “This is a unique, unmissable opportunity for two talented youngsters to get closer than ever to a mesmerising array of more than 6,000 creatures and inspire others with their knowledge and passion for all things aquatic. They will be creating entertaining and educational video content from behind the scenes at the heart of the action, which will be shared on the attraction’s website and social media channels.”

For more info, and all the terms and conditions etc see:

Please note – Sea Life London Aquarium gave us 4 free passes (two adults and two kids) to visit the Aquarium. The photos were taken by me on our visit.


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