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Seaford was once home to the UK’s only specialist asthmatic school. Families moving to Seaford can view the latest Ofsted scores HERE
At the time of the 2011 You.Gov census, Seaford had a population of 22,000.
Seaford sits on the picturesque A259 coastal road that runs between Hampshire and Folkstone, Kent taking in stunning scenery. By road, Brighton is 29 minutes away, Eastbourne just 20. Trains to London Victoria from Seaford take 1 hour and 32 minutes. Nearby Newhaven (10 minutes) offers ferry links to Dieppe.
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A small town with a big heart, Seaford has so much to offer. Here’s a rundown of the very best new Seafordians will find;
Trawlers is a Seaford institution, the home of fantastic fish and chips, it has been feeding the families of Seaford for generations.
Packed full of furnishings, frames, wall art and gifts, INLE is a great place to pick up something special to start making your new house a home.
With cards, crafts, pictures and all manor of needful things, Onneke captures the very essence of Seaford and the surrounding area. A real Joy!
Sitting in the old train station, this quirky coffee, ale and bakehouse serves excellent food and local beers day and night. Wonderfully different, always tasteful!
For a small town, Seaford has a large history. It has been a barracks for troops in several wars, home to a large number of private schools (Felicity Kendall went to school here!), and a widely changing coast line that once included a port that was represented by two members of parliament. While the river and shops have gone, Seaford retains a small town charm and close local community.
Seaford has a leisure centre with gym sports hall, outdoor all-weather pitches, clubs and classes. The town has two golf courses and two small theatres putting on locally produced shows and movie nights. The town has a large number of annual events and festivals covering food, beer, music and more as well as traditional local events like the annual Donkey Derby, visiting fun fairs and more.
For those that love the great outdoors there are miles of beaches and coastland to explore right on the doorstep, as well as country parks, forests, rivers and downs for walking, photography or capture on canvas.
Seaford lies on the A259 that runs through four counties along a stunning route, over the rolling South Downs. Brighton (29 minutes by car) and Eastbourne (20 minutes) are larger hubs for shopping, cinemas and theatres. By train London is 1 hour and 32 minutes on a route that also stops at Gatwick Airport. Nearby Newhaven runs regular ferries to Dieppe, France.