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Something we are passionate about is kelp and helping the kelp recover in our waters. We support the Sussex Kelp Recovery Project, which is focused on rewilding the Sussex seabed. The project helps the recovery of kelp and other essential fish habitats at scale in Sussex, to support a thriving and sustainable marine ecosystem that benefits nature, fisheries, coastal communities, and our planet.

Kelp is one of our coastline’s greatest performers. It creates beautiful underwater forests which absorb carbon, filter water, provide nursery areas for juvenile animals and protect the coast from erosion. But by 2019, 96% of Sussex kelp had disappeared. The Sussex Kelp Recovery Project aim to bring it back.


We are proud to support this amazing project and hope to see the resurgence of Kelp on our shores.

Please see our Kelp Range , where 1% of sales go to supporting the Sussex Kelp Recovery Project.

We support the project in conjunction with the Sussex Wildlife Trust, all donations go to the Sussex Kelp Recovery Project.

Or see the option to donate at check out.


For more information about the amazing project please visit: and follow @sussexkelp to see their journey to rewild Sussex seas.

UK deliveries - free mainland UK delivery on all orders over £50, delivered within 3 to 6 working days.

We use Royal Mail, DPD and DHL to make sure your new items arrive safely. You’ll receive an email from the courier when we’ve sent your parcel with a tracking number to follow your parcel’s progress. You’ll also be assigned a delivery slot and be able to re-arrange your delivery or arrange delivery to a neighbour, safe place or local collection point.

International deliveries – shipping will be calculated at checkout and you should receive your order within 7-10 days although there is an expedited option available for some destinations.

View our delivery & returns pages for more information.

How well do you know your Kelp?

Some kelp can be visible during low tides, the majority however resides permanently beneath the ocean's surface, this area is known as the subtidal.

Equipped with claw-like "holdfasts," kelp firmly attach themselves to rocks, pebbles, and man-made structures. Yet, they remain susceptible to detachment during storms, frequently ending up washed ashore on beaches.