Category: Seaford

News from Seaford in East Sussex

Commemorative Wreaths Laid at Seaford War Memorial and Commonwealth War Graves ahead of Remembrance Sunday

The Mayor and Young Mayor of Seaford have laid commemorative wreaths at Seaford War Memorial and the Commonwealth War Graves ahead of Remembrance Sunday. Due to the regrettable decision of having to cancel any physical Remembrance Sunday Service at the War Memorial on 8th November due to the Covid-19 restrictions, […]

Seaford Museum

Seaford Museum is open today! Normal winter opening hours have resumed, Saturday and Sunday 11am until 4pm. In order to keep as “Covid Secure” as possible they have introduced a one way system, provided hand sanitation points, have track and trace procedures in place,and will only accept card payments, no […]

MINUTES of a Meeting of the Community Services Committee held via Zoom on Monday 21st September 2020 at 7.00pm.

Here is some news from a Seaford Town Council meeting held recently concerning Christmas Magic. It’s something really special for the town, so lets hope not too many restrictions:- MINUTES of a Meeting of the Community Services Committee held via Zoom on Monday 21st September 2020 at 7.00pm.Present:Councillors S Dunn […]

Seaford Health Hub unlikely at Downs site

Lewes District Council has pledged to continue to support health bodies to identify new GP premises in Seaford following a viability study of the Dane Road site in the town centre.   Earlier this year, the council decided that plans for a new health hub at The Downs site in Seaford could not proceed unless it was demonstrated that there was no way to deliver new GP premises […]

Maria Caulfield MP urges Seaford residents to join Seaford Football Club local discount scheme

Maria Caulfield MP is urging residents in Seaford to support their local football club and local businesses by joining the new local community discount card scheme. The Seaford MP joined Seaford Town FC to launch the Community Card and handed out awards to players, alongside Seaford Town Mayor, Cllr Rodney […]

Maria Caulfield MP holds virtual meeting with local farmers as part of the Meet Maria launch

Lewes MP Maria Caulfield has meet virtually with farmers from across the Lewes constituency to discuss issues that are of concern to local agricultural industry. The Lewes constituency is made up of Lewes, Seaford, Newhaven, Polegate, and the surrounding villages. The attached photo shows Maria Caulfield MP meeting virtually with […]

Bee-friendly flowers in public gardens as Covid-19 hits plant supplies

Public gardens across Lewes district will not be showcasing their usual summer floral displays this summer because of plant supply issues due to the Covid-19 crisis – however a pollinator-friendly alternative is being sown instead.  Lewes District Council uses around 45,000 bedding plants every summer to create beautiful flower displays at its gardens which include Southover Grange Gardens in Lewes, Fort Road Recreation […]

Christopher Biggins Pledges Support To Community Hub

Former ‘I’m A Celebrity’ Jungle King and well known actor, Christopher Biggins has pledged his support in a video to the Havens Community Hub campaign on the Crowdfunder platform – www.crowdfunder.co.uk/silverliningsBacked by East Sussex County Council ‘Projects That Matter’, donations are currently being doubled at no extra cost to the donor.During […]

Seaford Town Council is Supporting the Re-Opening of Refreshment Concessions

The Town Council is supporting refreshment concessions to re-open from Saturday 23rd May to provide take-away services. The Town Council is pleased to be supporting refreshment concessions to re-open their local businesses and provide take away services, in line with Government Guidelines. From Saturday 23rd May 2020 the following concessions […]

Rescue at Seaford Head

Just in case you saw some activity on Seaford Head over the week-end with the emergency services in attendance it was all to do with a person who was found to be cut off from safety when the tide came in. Passers by called the Coast Guard who attended and […]

Council waste team praised for extra clean-ups

Lewes District Council’s street cleansing crews have gone into overdrive during lockdown taking on extra duties to keep the district looking its best.  The Environment First team has extended its rounds into areas the council is not responsible for cleaning, to ensure people can enjoy clean and litter free surroundings when they go out for exercise.  Councillor Julie Carr, Cabinet member […]