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sourced loose leaf tea, including a

lot of our own Welsh blends. We have about 15 of our own Welsh Blends. “It is a really up and coming field

and there are a lot of people more interested in loose leaf tea, which is something a little bit different. We sell a lot of herbal teas, and we sell a lot of green teas as well which are very popular. “It is our first time at the

Aberystwyth Sea2Shore festival. It is a really nice area with lots of people here today. “We went to South-East Asia, to

a couple of tea plantations there, and got really excited about tea and how different loose leaf tea is compared to, say, a normal tea bag. We then realised there wasn’t a lot of loose leaf tea businesses around so we thought we

would try and bring it to Wales to show people what we could provide. “We’ve got over 90 different teas

on our website, so this event helps us to promote ourselves even more.” Natalie Brown, Living Seas

Awareness Officer for Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, told The Herald about their stall at the festival: “We’re based down in New Quay and we do marine wildlife research, education and awareness. Most of our work is research; we do dolphin surveys, both off the land and on boat trips, monitoring dolphin population and recording dolphins. “We also run a project for dolphin

identification work, taking photos of dolphin fins which would then come back to a catalogue and be compared to see which dolphins are coming

back each year, which ones are having young, and things like that. “We came along to the event last

year as well; we’ve come for a number of years, but this is my second time here at the event. We’ve used the opportunity to raise awareness of the work that

we do in the marine environment and we also have different games for children to play on the stall, as well as merchandise. “We’ve had a really good response

from people who are really interested in the work that we’re doing and people

have become interested in marine wildlife while talking to us here. We’re really lucky in Cardigan Bay because we find people who are really interested and want to know more. The Sea2Shore event is a great way to interacting with people.”

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