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Lauren Eyles

Lauren Eyles

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  • Last Modified: 27 September 2023
  • Name : Lauren Eyles
  • Profile : Marine Conservation expert and presenter
  • Bio :

    Based on the Gower peninsular, Lauren is a highly accomplished, marine conservationist with a degree in Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology. She is also a PADI dive master and BSAC sports diver. She has nearly 15 years experience of passion and expertise working in marine conservation and is experienced and knowledgeable in key marine issues. She also has the ability to communicate these subjects to a group of people as well as on screen and radio to a wide audience.

    Lauren has appeared on BBC Blue Planet UK, Coast, Blue Peter, Newsround, Springwatch, BBC Breakfast, Countryfile and numerous local and national radio stations talking confidently about the impacts of plastic pollution on wildlife and people, marine animal strandings and climate change effects on White Beaked dolphin distribution off the Dorset coastline, among others.

Lauren Eyles

Based on the Gower peninsular, Lauren is a highly accomplished, marine conservationist with a degree in Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology. She is also a PADI dive master and BSAC sports diver. She has nearly 15 years experience of passion and expertise working in marine conservation and is experienced and knowledgeable in key marine issues. She also has the ability to communicate these subjects to a group of people as well as on screen and radio to a wide audience.

Lauren has appeared on BBC Blue Planet UK, Coast, Blue Peter, Newsround, Springwatch, BBC Breakfast, Countryfile and numerous local and national radio stations talking confidently about the impacts of plastic pollution on wildlife and people, marine animal strandings and climate change effects on White Beaked dolphin distribution off the Dorset coastline, among others.

Lauren has been a contributing ‘voice’ for the film ‘Between the Tides’, dedicated to the shores of North Devon – a place close to her heart and where she spent much time surfing, working in a professional capacity alongside fishermen recording cetacean echolocation for presence and distribution, and where she got married on the beach! As well as marine litter, she is particularly passionate about cetaceans and is the South Wales Regional Coordinator for Sea Watch Foundation, a charity dedicated to protecting Whales, Dolphins and Porpoises in the UK, and who she used to volunteer for about 14 years ago. She recently presented a film in collaboration with them on monitoring Orca in Northern Scotland.

Lauren’s bubbly and enthusiastic personality makes her a must for public talks, ranging from over a decade working in marine citizen science, to plastic pollution including impacts to wildlife.

Born in Australia, but moved to the UK when she was six months old, Lauren has travelled the world for work and pleasure but always for marine conservation.  Canada, America, Europe, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Africa and, whilst on honeymoon, to Borneo, exploring one of the best places to dive in the world, Sipadan. Professionally, she’s attended conferences and meetings across Europe and America, presenting her expert knowledge on beach clean surveys and marine litter to a global audience.

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Gwerneinon House, Derwen Fawr Road, Swansea, SA2 8EA

For all enquiries email

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All day 9.00 - 18.00

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