Working together to tackle climate change and the ecological emergency

We organise events, talks, activities, education, and projects in the local area to promote sustainability and build a resilient community.

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How to make a difference…

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

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

Seaford Repair Cafe

Repair Cafés are free meeting places and they’re all about repairing things (together). Visitors bring their broken items from home. Together with the specialists they start making their repairs in the Repair Café.

Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic we have unfortunately had to delay the launch of Seaford’s Repair Cafe. We are registered and ready to go!

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Upcoming events

Local events you can get involved with.

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UNA Road to COP26 Summit

UNA Climate & Oceans – Road to COP26 Summit

Wednesday 2nd June 2021 | 5:30pm - 8:30pm

Join the UNA discussion between the general public, scientists and UK government agency representatives.

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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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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.


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.

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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.

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Neal, fishing line recycling point

Seaford fishing line recycling / swimmers project a huge success!

By Neal Richardson

Locally it started with a discarded fishing hook through a swimmer’s toe… and grew into a joint project involving STC, LDC (Coastal Management), Environment Agency, Newhaven Port, and different groups of beach users – anglers, swimmers, dog-walkers, concessionaires, local businesses…

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The Sea – By James Meek

By Cllr James Meek

The Sea, La Mer, Das Meer, no words contain The vastness of your boundless, deep domain. From pole to pole, all latitudes you reach, An endless ebb and flow foaming each beach. Millenia have watched your countless tides, Leviathans, moon-moved…

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Oat milk

Oat Milk Recipe

By Gemma McFarlane

More people are now drinking plant-based milks whether it’s switching completely or swapping occasionally, either way we know this is better for the planet. We used to buy oat milk but hated throwing the Tetra Paks away and I question…

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