Hosted by the NMA and What’s on Plymouth, these sculptures will be let loose across Sutton Harbour, The Barbican and Hoe, Millbay and Royal Willam Yard. Each cub will have a Bear Fact with them, telling us about the Arctic and the Oceans, how plastic is affecting their homes and how we can all help. As a Polar Explorer, your task is to find each of the Polar Bear Cubs with their facts.
You can download the trail brochure from the VisitPlymouth Website, and using the Explorer on page 11, write down the key word from each of the cubs’ Bear Facts.
Once you’ve found all 20 facts – complete the Explorer form with your details and make a pledge to help Polar Bears by reducing single-use plastics at home, at school, and in the workplace.
Deliver your Explorer from to one of the Arctic Post Boxes at the National Marine Aquarium, or you can deliver it to the Barbican Tourist Information Centre or Bistror Pierre…you can also mail it to: Polar Bear Explorer, Plymouth Waterfront Partnership, Ballard House, West Hoe, Plymouth PL1 3BJ or enter online.
Polar Bears need our help and this winter, they’re bringing an important message to Plymouth. They’re also fascinating creatures and we can learn so much from them! There’s plenty to learn along the way on the Polar Bear Explorer Trail, but to give you a taste of what’s to come we’ve got some facts here:
So get your snow shoes ready to find all 20 cubs along the Plymouth Waterfront! The event runs from now to Sunday the 3rd of March. Good luck!