Tetra makes a splash underground with exclusive aquarium workshop


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This September, Tetra will be launching the Tetra Tranquillity Tank, a pop-up experience in London’s Old Street Underground Station, and PFK readers are getting an exclusive opportunity to join in one of the special workshops on Saturday, September 10.

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or expert fishkeeper, Tetra’s Technical Consultant Dave Hulse will be running workshops for every level covering the basics all the way through to nutrition and disease.

We’ve listed the workshops available below so all you need to do is pick which one you would like to attend. You must register in advance as spaces are limited.

If you miss out on a place or live too far outside London, you can still join in as we’ll be live streaming all of the workshops to the PFK Facebook page and video sessions will also be available on the PFK website afterwards.

10am: Beginner (2-hour session) – Join Dave as he demonstrates how to set up an aquarium and talks through the care products needed for a happy, healthy aquarium

12.30pm: Intermediate (2-hour session) – In this interactive session Dave will present attendees with case studies of common problems to examine such as water quality, algae, and snails

3.30pm: Expert (2-hour session) – This workshop for the more advanced fishkeepers will focus on nutrition and disease 

Spaces are limited so to book your place head to the Tetra registration page.