400 LUCKY TEENAGERS EXPERIENCE THE OCEAN
JOIN US FOR A CHARITY GALA DINNER AND AUCTION AT BOCONNOC HOUSE ON 16th MARCH TO HELP SUPPORT OUR CHOSEN CHARITY FOR 2023, DIVE PROJECT CORNWALL.
As part of our mission for 2023, The Ocean Agency Ltd is supporting
DIVE PROJECT CORNWALL by hosting a fantastic evening of food,
drink and fun.
Supported by Helping Hands & Pans, a collective of hospitality professionals and enthusiastic ‘amateurs’ volunteering their time to deliver a splendid 4 course menu in what can only be described as one of the most exclusive venues in the UK; the historic Boconnoc House, Cornwall
BOOK YOUR SEAT FOR £110 OR A TABLE OF 10 FOR £1,000.
WELCOME DRINK, FINE DINING 4-COURSE DINNER
WITH FREE WINE.
EDUCATE • ENVIRONMENT • EXPERIENCE
The mission of Dive Project Cornwall is simple: eliminate plastic pollution, protect the marine environment and to educate young people across the UK, raising the awareness of the importance
of the planet's marine environment and its vital role in our very own existence.
At the heart of Dive Project Cornwall is a competition for 400 lucky teenagers to win the experience of a lifetime: a six-day, life-changing trip to Cornwall where they will learn to scuba dive, enjoy outdoor adventures, take up beach-related activities and attend presentations from leading marine industry experts.
The 400 lucky teenagers will leave as ‘Ocean Influencers’ to inspire and motivate the next generation to save our planet.
DISCOVER WEEK 1 OF DIVE PROJECT CORNWALL
Discover Dive Project Cornwall
Steeped in years of history and oozing understated elegance, Boconnoc House sits at the heart of the estate, surrounded by endless walking routes and immaculate gardens.
Bought with the proceeds of the famous Pitt Diamond in 1717 and home to three Prime Ministers, Boconnoc remains one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets.
Luminaries, royals, and other famous personalities have all found their way to Boconnoc: from King Charles I, who is said to have spent the night in what is now the King’s Bedroom, to Thomas “Diamond” Pitt, the former Governor of Madras, the ‘Great Commoner’ William Pitt, Lord Chatham, the Prince of Orange, the poet Thomas Gray, and Sir Josiah Wedgwood.