The SEA Climate Hub

The hub, located in the old NatWest bank (Clinton Place, Seaford), is a place to find out more about local environmental action and how to get involved in projects.

The hub is also used for activities that promote sustainability. Scroll down to find out more.

If you’re interested in getting involved please contact us.

We’re open for you to drop in and say hello

Monday from 3.30 to 5pm (term time only), Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am – 1pm.

Keep an eye on the events calendar for other happenings at the hub.

Opening hours
Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 – 1pm.

Saturday is event day in the hub. Come and find out more about a range of issues such as ethical investments, healthy eating or bring an item to be repaired to our monthly Repair cafe
See our events calendar for more details.

As well as events, we also host a range of regular activities in the hub:

Community Larder

We’ll pass on food that shops and supermarkets can’t sell but are still good to eat. You can also pass on your own unwanted sealed packaged food items that are still in date or fresh fruit and vegetables. Surplus home grown veg is always welcome.

What is a community fridge / larder? Hubbub explains

Energy bill switching

Bring your energy bill and a Community Energy Champion (supported by Ovesco) can help you check you are on the best tariff for you.

This will be on certain days at the moment while people are training to do this. Visit CES to find out how to become a community energy champion.

The Climate Cafe

Held monthly on a Wednesday evening, skilled facilitators Guy or Jo will facilitate a safe space for you to share your thoughts and feelings about the climate crisis at the Climate Cafe. See our events listings for dates.

Talks & Films.

Talks & Films

We will be holding a range of talks from local experts on environmental issues with a chance to ask questions. There are many informative films we can share with a chance to discuss afterwards. Keep an eye on our calendar for details.

Please get in touch if you would like to share a talk or have a film suggestion.


An opportunity for us to all share our skills!

Repairing, maintenance, upcycling, making, cooking, gardening, crafting

Please get in touch if you have a skill you would be happy to pass on.


As well as our Re-New store, we will often hold specific swaps such as clothes, books, toys for a chance for people to refresh without buying new.

Please get in touch if you have ideas for this.

Food growing.


Learning to grow food is an important skill. We aim to have a community food growing space soon and we’ll also use the hub to share growing opportunities.

Please get in touch if you want to get involved or add to our growing resources.

We will have a permanent seed swap drawer in the hub so please bring your excess seeds.

Food events

Food is a bigger part of our lives than we realise. We need to make more time and thought for our food. We can’t cook in the hub at the moment but we will use this barrier to be more creative with our food events.

Please get in touch if you’d like to get involved.

Re-New Store

We will collect items that may not be useful for the charity shops but still have life in them to pass on. Please see our list of what we collect.

Childrens art.

Children’s area

To allow time for adults to talk, we have created a children’s area with toys and books to read.

Young people

We would like to enable your environmental ideas and projects to happen. We have the space, we can help with resources. Please come and chat about your ideas.

Calendar of events

Check our calendar for events. We will slowly be adding to it as we get going so please check back often.

Events calendar

The SEA Climate Hub is run completely by volunteers giving their time, knowledge and resources to build a more resilient community to withstand the impacts of climate change.

I’m interested in helping

You can support our project here

We are part of a growing network of Climate Emergency Centres building solutions centres for community resilience and adaptation to a sustainable future.

We thank the Chalk Cliff Trust for supporting the hub project.

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