Working together to tackle climate change and the ecological emergency

We organise events, talks, activities, education, and projects in the local area to raise environmental awareness and promote community resilience.

The SEA Climate Hub

The SEA Climate Hub

The climate hub, located in the old NatWest bank (Clinton Place, Seaford) is now open!

  • Come and find out about local environmental groups and activities in the area.
  • Chat about your environmental concerns and what we can all do about it.
  • Take away surplus food from our community larder that would have otherwise gone to waste.
  • Visit our Re-New room for useful items. See web page.
  • Soon our Community Energy Champions can help find grants to help with your energy usage and suggest ways to reduce energy usage.
  • Workshops, talks and events around environmental issues and sharing skills.
  • Guy’s monthly Climate Cafe.
  • Bring your excess seeds and house plants and swap with those you can use.
  • And much more…

We’re open for you to drop in and say hello Thursday, Friday & Saturday from 10am-1pm. Keep an eye on the calendar for other happenings at the hub.

Find out more

Bike ride.

How to make a difference…

SEA focuses on the following areas. Click to find out more:

Picnic at A Greener Seaford event.

Events

There’s always something going on. Take a look at our events calendar to see what’s happening.

Please contact hello@seafuture.org to tell us about your event.

Events calendar

Air source heat pump

Articles and advice

We’re learning all the time, sometimes through advice but often through trial and error. We’ve asked members and friends to write about their experiences to spread the knowledge. Successes and failures, it’s a journey.

Green roofs, School Eco Clubs, cleaning products, bike trailers, electric heating, solar panels… the list goes on.

Have a read what we’ve been up to, it’s growing all the time.

Useful articles

These ‘warming stripe’ graphics are visual representations of the change in temperature as measured in each country over the past 100+ years. Each stripe represents the temperature in that country averaged over a year.

Glossary

It’s just so confusing! So many environmental terms… what do they all mean.

In the glossary you will find a collection common terms. Some you may have heard of and some you may not! We’ve done our best to put them into straightforward language and included some links so you can find out more.

Visit the glossary

On The Verge

A project to connect people and green spaces to create wildlife pathways throughout Seaford.

Verges and urban green spaces – however small – can provide a vital food source for insects and birds in our town and the surrounding area. On the Verge is a new working group, connecting people who will work together to take practical steps to improve wildlife habitats that are under threat and increase awareness of Climate Change.

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Latest articles

We’ve asked members and friends to write about their experiences to spread the knowledge. Successes and failures, it’s a journey.

All articles

Waste clothes

The Environmental Impact of Fashion

By Zoe Garrity

While clothing used to be something to ‘wear out’ and hand down, mend and alter, it is now part of a speeding cycle of changing fashions where we are encouraged to buy and discard clothes at an ever-increasing rate. We…

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Saving Energy – My Homemade Ceiling Clothes Airer

By Gemma McFarlane

In a Facebook conversation somebody recommended a ceiling clothes airer, saying they have never needed a tumble dryer. I liked this idea so my first port of call was Ebay and Facebook Marketplace for a used one. After months of…

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Sustainable wood

By Simon McFarlane

It’s often said that wood is one of the most sustainable materials. It’s natural, renewable and amazing for its ability to produce oxygen and store carbon dioxide. The thing is, our demand for timber is having a huge effect on…

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