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Seaford’s Sussex Day Celebrations 2021
After a year of meeting virtually, the Town Council has had to return to physical meetings but would welcome the option to continue to meet remotely.
Residents will be aware of the long-standing eyesore at Talland Parade caused by the extensive scaffolding surrounding the abandoned construction site.
20th May, Cllr Rodney Reed was re-elected Mayor and Cllr Jean Cash was re-elected Deputy Mayor for another year
Town Council issues update following the most recent announcement made by the national Government on 22 February 2021 and the roadmap to exit from lockdown.
Following presentations from prospective candidates, elections were recently held at Seaford Head School for a new Young Mayor and Deputy Young Mayor
Seaford Town Council is continuing with plans to demolish the Martello Toilets and replace with a new multi-use facility.
Seaford is an incredible place to live in or visit, enjoying amazing scenery, access to several beautiful beaches and the South Downs National Park
The Town Council must now start planning for the return of physical meetings, while the public can still access the meeting remotely.
With the days lengthening and the evenings getting lighter, it’s clear that summer is just around the corner
Seaford is well known for its attractive and unspoiled seafront. The beach is enjoyed by visitors all year round
Seaford resident, Chris Conil, put out a request for volunteers to help clear shingle from the Seaford promenade...enter Seaford Shingle Shifters!
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