Seaford Town Council has two available concession kiosks along Seaford’s unspoilt four-mile stretch of promenade for tender to start the season in April 2020.
The two concession sites which are available for tender, are the West View kiosk and the Martello Tower kiosk along Seaford’s promenade, popular with many families, walkers, anglers and sports enthusiasts.
Seaford is blessed with a beautiful seafront that sweeps around the bay, enclosed by the striking presence of Seaford Head and the cliffs on the eastern side, and Newhaven Harbour with Mount Pleasant in the distance on the western side.
Seaford seafront is not heavily commercialised, and some may say this is its beauty. The seafront is home to a unique viewing point for the Kittiwakes at Splash Point, and there are two miles of undisturbed shingle beach popular with families, fishermen and water sport enthusiasts. The promenade is used all year round for relaxing walks or bike rides, and the Martello Tower which houses Seaford Museum. It stretches along to Tide Mills at the far western end of the town where the ruins of an old milling village can be found.
Seaford Town Council has a strategy of attracting tourists to the town to benefit the local economy; this includes daily/weekly rental beach huts and concession huts, as well as improved brown signage to direct visitors from the A259 main road that runs through Seaford. A notable addition for 2019 was the forward thinking disabled access platform on
to the beach close to the Martello Tower, which has been highly appreciated and increased diversity on the seafront. Seaford has also hosted many film productions in and around the town – with an expected big impact to the tourism of Seaford. Seaford Town Council aims to continue support to concessions throughout the town.
If you would like to apply or know someone who may be interested in being a part of Seaford’s exciting future and running a successful business in these idyllic locations, please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 01323 894870.