Click on the cover image above to link to a full digital copy of this year's guide.
The above map shows the location of various services across Seaford. Please click on the map to download a PDF version.
There are toilet facilities available for public use on: Place Lane (B3), South Street (B3), Seafront (adjacent to Martello Tower) (C3), the Salts Recreation Ground (B3) and the Buckle Car Park (A2).
Pay and Display parking is available on: Richmond Road (B3), Saxon Lane (C3), East Street (C3) and West Street (B3).
Eating & Drinking
Seaford boasts a huge variety of places to go to eat or drink with over ten cafés, twelve restaurants, ten pubs and more takeaway food providers, the large majority of these being in the heart of the town and easily found.
Seaford Library (East Sussex County Council)
15 - 17 Sutton Park Road, Seaford, BN25 1QX.
Phone - renewals: 0345 60 80 195
Phone - enquiries: 0345 60 80 196
The building offers a wonderful library experience to those who visit, with an open plan feel allowing more space to walk around and between book shelves, an abundance of seating and tables, a colourful and welcoming childrens books area, multiple computers for public use, self-service book rental/return machines, a café on the ground floor and toilet facilities on each floor, and last but certainly not least, a roof top garden.
The building itself combines three elements – services for older people, the library and supported accommodation for people with learning difficulties.
East Sussex County Council are very proud of this innovative project and hope this has helped to secure the future of Seaford Library in the hearts of its residents. For more information on the library, please visit East Sussex County Council's website:
Seaford Household Waste & Recycling Site (East Sussex County Council)
Cradle Hill Industrial Estate, Seaford, BN25 3JE.
From Monday 6th October 2014, the Seaford Amenity site will only be open three days a week; Friday to Sunday.
A leaflet giving more information can be downloaded by clicking here.
For more information on the site itself, please refer to East Sussex County Council's website: