Seaford Community Partnership

Improving Seaford for the Community

About Us

Seaford Head


A group of volunteers who have come together to  seek to enhance the experience of living, working and visiting Seaford.


Directors and members are drawn from local residents, plus representatives from groups such as Tree Wardens, Youth Forum, Wave Leisure, Cycle Seahaven, Community Rail Partnership,the Seaford Chamber of Commerce, Seaford Town Council, Lewes District Council, and E.S.C.C.


The Shoal

Sculptural bench, designed by gardener Gabby Tofts and local sculptor Christian Funnell, located on the jetty at Splash Point.

The Town Trails

Two trails have been developed:

  • The Heritage Trail -  signboards in the town and seafront which highlight the history of the town.  
  • The Exercise Path  along the Promenade and around Tide Mills.
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Click on links for more information about the Town Trails.

The Beach Garden --- Garden with newly painted benches for relaxation, located opposite the Promenade, and adjacent to Hardwick House.



The Open-Air All Age Gym

In the Salts near the Cafe, designed for adults but children can use.

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Tree Planting  and Maintenance

Over 1400 new and replacement trees planted throughout the town in grass verges, school playing fields and in open spaces by Seaford Tree Wardens. The wardens organise "Tree TLC days" when the trees planted by the Tree Wardens and other volunteers are maintained.

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Rainbow Pad

Games of Hopscotch  and exercise area for children, located near Frankie’s Café.

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See video:

The Seaford Blue Plaques Scheme

Nearly 20 Blue Plaques, developed in conjunction with Seaford Museum & Heritage Society are located on several of Seaford's buildings to highlight the history of the town.

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For more information and location of the plaques: Seaford Blue Plaques

Seafront Exhibition and Survey

The exhibition attracted 800 visitors giving their ideas for enhancement ( in conjunction with the University of Brighton and local schools).A strategy for the Seafront was developed which after some time was incorporated in the Seaford Town Council’s Seafront Development Plan

Cross-Seaford Transport Working Group

Meets as required.   The group gave transport input to the Neighbourhood Plan and works with other organizations to make improvements to the services they deliver.

The Community Partnership  is actively involved in “Impact Seaford’ which oversees various projects to promote and regenerate the town.

Seaford Neighbourhood Plan

The plan is being developed by many volunteers, including three Community Partnership Directors, (one who is Chairman of the Steering Group)


The Partnership is looking at  access to the seafront and signage linking  with the town as well as other enhancements to the seafront and its environs.

The Seaford Neighbourhood Plan includes  a number of “Community Aspirations” which need to be developed into detailed proposals. These include enhancing the town centre, for example:

-possible mixed pedestrian/vehicle use of some


-new lighting standards

-a Victorian shop front scheme,

-cobbled lanes, etc)


The Partnership welcomes volunteers willing to help with current projects or with ideas for future ones.  If you are interested please use form at contact us 

The Partnership is not directly funded from public funds. All activities and projects we undertake are funded from applications we make to various national and local grant funding bodies and charities.

Seaford Community Partnership is a company limited by guarantee. (No: 05143042) SCP Legal and Financial Information is available here.

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