On Saturday 3rd December 2016 the town of Seaford lit up when Christmas Magic returned! Organised by Seaford Town Council and Seaford Christmas Magic Events Committee, the Town Centre was filled with the sights and smells of Christmas for all to enjoy. The event was kindly sponsored by many businesses and organisations in and around Seaford; and couldn’t have happened without their support.
There were over 60 stalls providing a vast array of produce, with charity and fundraising stalls, Christmas trees, hog roast, mulled wine and a variety of exclusive Christmas goodies; there was something for everyone! Feedback from stall holders was very positive with stall holders stating the event was “extremely well organised” and local town traders “Saturday was fabulous and the best turnover since the event started”.
Seaford saw three stages with live entertainment all day, which was enjoyed by the crowds who gathered throughout the day to come and support their local talent. Performances were given by Seaford Choral, Mel, Megan Rose Fry, Chaz ‘n’ Das, Harry Kirzynowski, Consensus Choir, Rosie, Up the Tempo, Sprung, Seaford School of Dance, Jennie Hallett, Over 60’s, Jez, Seaford Musical Theatre, Archway Choir, Seaford Silver Band, Juggletastic, Stix and Funk Band.
The Lantern Parade was a magical experience for the families and children who took part and for the bystanders who shared in the joyous atmosphere of the parade. Lantern making in St. Leonard’s Church Hall was made possible by Kristina Veasey, sponsored by Phil Boorman, Sparkle Glass and Sussex Eyecare. Hundreds created their own individual lantern and took part in the festive lantern parade throughout the town. Seaford Town Council would like to thank Seaford Rotary who transported Santa on his sleigh, and lead the lantern parade through the town. Santa ended his day with the switching on of the amazing Town Centre lights with hundreds of people drinking in the magical atmosphere.
Seaford Library and Seaford Community Cinema also joined in the day and entertained visitors with story times at the Library and the movie The BFG shown at Seaford Cinema.
Seaford Town Council and the Seaford Christmas Magic team would also like to thank the following businesses for their support and sponsorship to the days celebrations; Andy Anderson & Son Locks Smith, Shoreline Accountants, Sussex Markets, VR Flowers and Sons, Holy Cow, Stem & Petal, Stitch of Broad Street, Intersport, Sussex Mobility Scooters, SAS Security, Fonetastic Tea Rooms, Sparkle Glass, Reid Briggs Insurance Brokers, Sussex Tile Centre, Wynnes & Seaford Fencing, Premier Travel, Simon Welch, Clare Davis Travel Counsellor, Madison Web Solutions, Newhaven Base Point, Badger Inks, Fonetastic, Phil Boorman House Clearance, Seaford Home Hardware, Wynnes, Sussex Eyecare, Toytown, Rathfinny, Barwells, Seaford Health Store and Horder Healthcare. Phoenix Security supported the event this year with exceptional first aid cover for first aid throughout the day.
Sussex Events Ltd were key players on the day and must be thanked for their continued professional service and contributions in making this year’s event run smoothly.We hope you all enjoyed a magical and festive experience, and collectively thank the Seaford Christmas Magic Committee, without whom the event would not have happened: Greg Anderson, Carol Edwards, Jonathan Chappell, Adam Briggs, Phil Boorman, Dave Argent, Kristina Veasey, and Daeron McGee. To all who volunteered their time and efforts to ensure that this event was a success, Seaford Town Council would like to give their warm thanks and a huge well done.
In fact thank you to everyone who helped to create a wonderful and magical day. If there is anything you would like to tell us about the day or how we might do better next year please use the contact us form.
Seaford enjoys fantastic local transport links so you can enjoy the day without having to use a car.
Services from Lewes arrive in Seaford Town Centre every half an hour
There is a variety of local bus links available to get you into Town Centre including
the 12, 12A, 12X, 13X, 92, N12
If you are driving—please make the most of free car parking in one of the Pay and
Display Car Parks FREE Parking:
The Pay and Display Car Parks are located at West Street, Richmond Road, East Street and Saxon Lane.
There is also limited duration free parking in the outer town areas and extensive free parking along the
To assist with set up and logistics we will be closing Broad Street and side streets on the evening of Friday 2nd December 2016. Tell us now if you would like us to consider any special arrangements between 5pm on Friday 2nd December and the event start time of 10am on Saturday 3rd December; as well as during the day.
To assist with set up and logistics we will be closing Broad Street and side streets on the
evening of Friday 2nd December 2016. This will allow us to undertake much of the set up work
which proved difficult to manage on the morning last year and caused some disturbance in
many parts of the town.
Most important is that we are told now if you would like us to consider any special arrangements
between 5pm on Friday 2nd December and the event start time of 10am on Saturday 3rd
December; as well as during the day.
The roads being closed are listed below:
We want you to be involved with this year’s event, so please can you make sure you provide us
with an up to date email address where we can keep you up to speed with the event.
Red areas CLOSED from 5pm Friday 2nd December 2016
Lilac areas CLOSED from 5pm Friday 2nd December 2016
The Seaford Christmas Magic Team have been hard at work to try and bring you an assortment of entertainment. Throughout the day we will be joined by a fabulous array of talented buskers, so don’t forget to look out for one of our Buskers corners for more wonderful and unique performances throughout the day! Around Church Street, Hurdis House and a second performance stage in the High Street outside the Front Room. And for younger folk the popular 'Story Times' will take place a the Library on the hour from 11am through till 4pm, each story time lasting about 15 minutes.
|Main Stage||High Street Stage||Seaford Library|
|10:00||Seaford Choral||Chaz 'n' Das|
|10:30||Mel Hayes||Chaz 'n' Das|
|11:00||Sams Tribute 2 Sir Elton
Elton John Tribute.
|Harry Kirzynowski||Story Time at the library|
|11:20||Megan Rose Fry||Harry Kirzynowski|
|11:40||Megan Rose Fry||Rosie Moore|
|12:00||Concentus Choir||Rosie Moore||Story Time at the library|
|12:20||Concentus Choir||Megan Rose Fry|
|12:40||SPRuNG!||Megan Rose Fry|
|13:00||SPRuNG!||Ded Effnik||Story Time at the library|
|13:20||Rosie Moore||Ded Effnik|
|13:40||Rosie Moore||Ded Effnik|
Kings Church Puppet Shows at 2:15pm and 2:45pm and includes free sweets for all spectators.
|Over 60's Choir||Story Time at the library|
|14:20||Over 60's Choir|
|14:40||Over 60's Choir|
|15:00||Seaford School of Dance
3.00 to 3.20
then from 3.20 - 4pm:
Seaford Musical Theatre
|Up the Tempo dance school||Story Time at the library|
|15:20||Up the Tempo dance school|
|16:00||Archway Chorus||Harry Kirzynowski||Story Time at the library|
|16:30||Archway Chorus||Stage Closed|
|17:00||Seaford Silver Band|
|17:30||Santa and Lights Switch on!|
|17:45||Fire show/Stix Drummers|
|19:00||The BFG @ Seaford Cinema|
Throughout the day prepare to be amazed by Stix Drummers, Dancers, Fire Breathers, Jugglers, Entertainers, Itinerate Musicians, Magicians and The Ice Queen and King!
This year the raised patio outside Hurdis House features 'Buskers Corner' sponsored by Tansley's Printers and hosted and presented by well known local singer Shannon Smith. As well as singing her own songs Shannon will be inviting other musicians to perform on this buskers spot. It is being run as an 'open mike' so if you are of reasonable performance standard and you would like to do a short set at the 'open mike' come up and see Shannon and she will, if at all possible, schedule a spot for you. Thanks to Ray Smith, another well known Seaford musician for providing the PA and managing this feature.
For 2016 we have our Street Performers returning, this time with even more on show. There will be fire eaters, juggling, the Ice Queen and King and more!
Don’t miss the switch-on of Seaford’s spectacular Christmas lighting display at approximately 5.30pm; come along and join Seaford’s Mayor and Young Mayor in marking this memorable occasion and enjoy the festive atmosphere.
Kings Church are presenting their fabulous puppet show offering the message that the magic of Christmas time is about taking time to be with the ones you love. Join them at the Main Stage in Broad Street at 2pm for a puppet show aimed at all the family. This year the Kings Church puppet team are joined by dancing Stormtroopers, a life size Buzz Lightyear and a Christmas Elf all of whom are competing to win The Greatest Gift. Shows at 2:15pm and 2:45pm and includes free sweets for all spectators.
The popular run up to the finale of Seaford Christmas Magic with once again be the Archway Choir under the direction of Jane Reeves. This year will be different as it will be the Archway People's Choir featuring everyone! and you will have the chance to learn the songs in advance and to sing heartily from your place in the audience, hopefully creating a massive and magical Seaford Christmas Choir. Come and be part of The Seaford People's Choir and enjoy a unique, inspiring experience. All levels welcome - you don't need to be in a choir. The Choir will perform 5 Christmas Songs in 4-part harmony in a magical Seaford Christmas event on the Main Stage, Broad Street 3.45pm to 4.30pm. Learn Your Part • Turn Up • Sing • Have Fun!
How it works Download the Free Choir Player App Download the Choir Player App (includes free song) and then the Seaford Christmas Collection (£9.99 for 5songs). Use the App to learn whichever part (Soprano. Alto, Tenor. Bass) suits your vocal range the best. On the day, meet at the Main Stage no later than 3.45pm. The Seaford People's Choir (that's you!) will perform the 5songs learnt through the App, conducted by professional choir leader, Jane Reeves. The backing track (the same one used in the App) will go through the PA system. Learn Your Part • Turn Up • Sing • Have Fun • Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org In Aid of The Alzheimer's Society Alzheimer's Society
Download ChoirPlayer - You will be able to purchase the 'Christmas Events Collection' through the App once installed.
Drop in to Seaford library for festive stories, a great choice of books to borrow and may be even a hot drink from our lovely café: ‘Chapters’. Our family story times will be on the hour from 11 until 4. Each session will last 15 minutes. Everyone is welcome, children under 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We look forward to seeing you!
This year, come and join the local nursery's and schools who have joined together to bring you a range of stalls, crafts and activities for children and families. You can find them at St Leonards Hall at the end of Church Lane from 10 am until 4pm. Come and warm up those fingers and toes with something fun!
St Leonards Church will be open from 9 am to 5pm offering free refreshments & children's craft through the day along with an eclectic mix of seasonal readings every hour interspersed with acoustic music and song. It will be a delightful and relaxed buzz throughout the day and you are welcome to come & go as you please. Finally the winner of the Bethlehem Trail competition will be announced at at 4pm.
St Leonards Hall also provides the opportunity to come along and make
your very own free lantern ready for the Lantern Parade in the evening! The
lanterns use LED lights so this is a safe and fun activity for any young person.
You can make, create and decorate your lanterns between 12 noon and 4pm.
Lanterns can be stored in the hall during the day and collected by 4.30pm.
Meet up at Church Street and Place Lane to form the Parade. (All Children
must be accompanied by an adult to take part in the parade). The
Parade will follow Church Street, Steine Road (it will be closed temporarily!), Saxon Lane and finally travelling up Broad Street
finishing with the switching on of the town’s Christmas lights on the Main Stage.
The Lanterns are sponsored again by Sparkle Glass, Phil Boorman house clearances and Sussex Eyecare.
Don’t forget to collect your lantern from St. Leonards Hall by 4.30pm!!
There is a great selection of produce available from the local stores, as well as a little extra on offer from the market traders, so don’t forget to experience everything Seaford’s town centre has to offer. Market stalls are located throughout Seaford Town Centre. Find them on Broad Street, Place Lane, High Street and Sutton Road, where they are full to the brim with treats and presents, charity and fundraising activities!
There are Funfair attractions for younger children throughout the main event ranging from Bungee Trampolines, Tea Cups, Mini Wheel and more; but for this year there is also a Funfair in the evening on Church Street starting at approximately 5.45pm following the Lantern Parade and the switching on of Seaford’s Christmas lights.
Young Mayor Defibrillator Campaign Come and have a say where Seaford’s 4 Defibrillators are situated at the Young Mayor’s Stall! The Young Mayor and Deputy Young Mayor are fund raising throughout 2016/17 for defibrillators for public use around Seaford Town .
Making a visit to Father Christmas adds that extra bit of magic to the festive season for little ones (and the young at heart). The jolly man himself will be making a special visit to Seaford Christmas Magic for the day! The Elves have been busy working on our Christmas grotto and we just can't wait for you to see it! See your little ones eyes light up with excitement as they meet Father Christmas and he listens to their Christmas wishes. It's the perfect way to see Christmas come alive as a family ahead of the big day itself. Father Christmas will be ready for you in his magical grotto from 10.30am until 3.45pm. A trip to the grotto costs only £3 per child and includes a gift from Santa himself.
Looking for a ‘Movie Night’ at Christmas? After watching the Christmas lights being switched on, come along with your family and friends to join Sophie in the adventure of a lifeme. When she makes friends with the Big Friendly Giant it attracts the unwanted alienon of the not so friendly Bloodboiler, Fleshlumpeater. After traveling to London, Sophie and the BFG must convince the Queen to help them get rid of all the bad giants once and for all. Cert PG. Showing starts at 6.30pm after the Christmas lights have been switched on. Tickets can be purchased at Seaford Tourist Informtion Centre or online at : www.seafordcinema.org Booking is advised. The Barn, Saxon Lane, Seaford BN25 1QL
The Tourist Information Centre at 37 Church Street will be open for the festivities from 10am - 2pm. Why not pay a visit and warm up with a mince pie whilst waiting for the History Tour or order your Cinema Tickets for the BFG! For more information from the Tourist Information Centre visit www.staylewes.info.
Kevin Gordon Tour of Seaford If you would like to find out more about the fascinating history of Seaford and the surrounding area, why not join local historian, Kevin Gordon on an informative and amusing guided tour. He will be leaving from the Tourist Information Centre (37 Church Street) at 10.30 am £5 per person. See www.sussextalks.co.uk for further information.
Andy Anderson Locksmiths
39 Southdown Road, Seaford, BN25 4PE
Seaford Home Hardware
2 Clinton Place, Seaford, BN25 1NL
36 Church Street, Seaford, BN25 1LD
First Floor, Trafalgar House, Quarry Road,
Newhaven, BN9 9DD
10 Sutton Park Road, Seaford, BN25 1RB
Simon Welch Estate Agents
6 Clinton Place, Seaford, BN25 1NL
20-21 Clinton Place, Seaford, BN25 1NP
17 Arundel Close, Beachlands,
Pevensey Bay, BN24 6SF
14 Place Lane, Seaford, BN25 1LA
Website Design - www.graphicz.co.uk
Sussex Tile Centre
Unit E, Rich Industrial Estate, Avis Way, BN9 0DU
Holy Cow Ice Cream
14 Sutton Road, Seaford, BN25 1RU
Stem & Petal Floral Art
www.facebook.com / stemandpetalfloralart
Horder Health Care
Sutton Road, Seaford, BN25 1SS
13 Broad Street, BN25 1LS
13 Clinton Place, Seaford, BN25 1NL
Sussex Eye Care
9 Broad Street, Seaford, BN25 1LS
Madison Web Solutions
Suite 2, 143 South Coast Road,
Peacehaven, BN10 8NN
The Clinton Centre, Clinton Place,
Seaford, BN25 1NP
Newhaven Enterprise Centre
Newhaven BN9 9BA
Sussex Mobility Scooters
2 Talland Parade, High Street,
Seaford, BN25 1PH
Phil Boorman House Clearance
29 Cinque Ports Way, Seaford, BN25 3UE
48 Brooklyn Road, Seaford, BN25 2DX
29 Broad Street, Seaford, BN25 1LS
Southdown Road, Seaford, BN25 4JS
Rathfinny Wine Estate
Alfriston, BN26 5TU
19 Broad Street, Seaford, BN25 1LS
34 - 36 High Street, Seaford, BN25 1PL
49 South Street, Eastbourne, BN21 4UT
1-3 Station Approach, Seaford, BN25 2AS
2 Talland Parade, High Street,
Seaford, BN25 1PH
Downs Leisure Centre, Sutton Road,
Seaford, BN25 4QW
Seaford Health Store
26 Church Street, Seaford
6 Place Lane, Seaford, BN25 1LA
This year we have continued to work on improving the Christmas Magic event and we hope that everyone enjoys the day. The council is working hard behind the scenes in all areas to improve the community’s assets and open spaces. 2017 will be a big year for the town with significant investment into the recreation areas, seafront, parks and play areas as well as development of land for building projects. We look forward to working with the town’s residents to deliver these projects and continues to be here to support the community. Please follow our progress on our website or on social media. We wish everyone the best for the year ahead.
A massive thank you must go to the Seaford Christmas Magic Team for help
organising this event for the town of Seaford:
Councillor Dave Argent, Councillor Sam Adeniji, Greg Anderson,
Kristina Veasey, Jonathan Chappell, Daeron McGee, Carol Edwards,
Phil Boorman, Adam Briggs, Craig Williams & Emily Piper.
Another big thank you must go to all of our wonderful sponsors and supporters who without, we would not have been able to run Seaford Christmas Magic in quite the same way. They are all listed above.
Also thanks to:
Andy Anderson & Son Lock Smiths, Barwells, David Jordan, Fonetastic, Badger Inks, Holy Cow, Reid Briggs, SAS Security, Seaford Health Store, Shoreline Accountants, Simon Welch, Sparkle Glass, Sussex Tile Centre, Stem and Petal Floral Art, Stitch, Sussex Markets, Sussex Mobility Scooters, Swindells Accountants, The View, VR Flowers and Son, Wave Leisure, Intersport, Madison Web Solutions, Newhaven Enterprise Centre, Philip Boorman, Premier Travel, Sussex Eye Care Ltd, Seaford Home Hardware, Horder Healthcare, Toytown, Rathfinny and Wynne’s.
We hope to see you all next year!
Seaford Christmas Magic Team
We are always looking for additional support for the main event, we often need extra hands on some of the set up jobs like assembling and dressing market stalls or marquees, help with directing market traders to their spaces; and also being a friendly face and point of contact for our visitors.
A lot of work goes into managing our road closures, where possible we like to operate rotas so that our Marshals work in pairs to keep each other company but also to allow time for rest breaks, so the more help we have the more enjoyable the event becomes for our volunteers.
The Lantern Parade and Family activities needs volunteers for setting up the activity areas indoors, working with the families and their children to make the lanterns during the day; and then the crucial role of marshalling the parade in the evening, to keep things organised. May be if your child is in the parade you could help marshal whilst parading with your child?
As well as a friendly face, we are looking for anyone who is keen to dress up on the day, help find entertainers that can be a part of the event or may be if you are a performer or entertainer yourself.
You may be able to help with transportation of materials or equipment; setting out some of our other necessary event equipment such as road signs and banners, or even distributing publicity material.
Finally, you may feel that you would like to simply donate; we welcome all contributions as this may enable us to add a new feature or activity and make the event even better each year.
A truly magical day is in store. Street party, market and shopping experience with the whole community joining together to showcase the best of Seaford East Sussex.
NB: All Acts are giving their services free and we express our grateful thanks to all of them
Shannon Smith and Friends: Local singer with musical friends performing for your pleasure throughout the afternoon on the Buskers Stage outside Hurdis House in Broad Street.
Seaford Library Story Time
"Drop in to Seaford library for festive stories, a great choice of books to borrow and may be even a hot drink from our lovely café 'Chapters'. Our family story times will be on the hour from 11 until 4. Each session will last 15 minutes. Everyone is welcome, children under 8 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We look forward to seeing you!"
Seaford Choral Society
Are celebrating their Centenary Season and last Saturday presented their Autumn Concert at St Leonard’s Church with Special Guest soloist: Dame Felicity Lott. The Society was established in 1917 and now has about 80 members. Our repertoire ranges from Mozart and Brahms to Rutter and Finzi. They give two performances a year, Spring and Winter, as well as an “Almost Instant” concert every Good Friday. They are always interested to hear from potential new members. Google Seaford Choral Society and send them an email.
Chaz ‘n’ Das
Chaz Roe and James Das are popular local musicians playing the pub music scene as well as TJs in Eastbourne. Performing today is a breakout group from Das’s band the 808’s. A dynamic duo they are sure to get the party started in High Street.
Mel is a well-known local musical personality and has been a working musician since the age of 12 starting out playing in local bars and folk clubs. Over the years she has played over a 1000 performances both in the UK , Europe and USA plus numerous TV and radio appearances and have gained chart success in numerous independent music charts.
Sam's 'Tribute 2 Sir Elton' – Elton John Tribute.
Sam is 19 years old and lives in Newhaven. He is believed to be the youngest performing Elton John Tribute act. This year his career is really taking off. He is performing regularly around Sussex at Pubs, Clubs, Private parties, Festivals, Tea Clubs, Care Homes, Corporate Events & Charity Events and has recently performed for Eastbourne’s Mayor & on several occasions even sung with Newhaven Mayor Steve Saunders.To learn more about Sam check out his website at www.samstribute2sirelton.co.uk
Megan Rose Fry
Megan is another of our very talented local musicians. She is currently studying a vocals Degree at BIMM Brighton as well as song writing and performing throughout the local area.
Concentus means ‘agreement’, ‘harmony’ or ‘unity’ and this defines the very spirit of the choir. They sing a little bit of everything from Faure’s Requiem and pieces from The Messiah to toe tapping medleys from Phantom and Queen. The choir meets for rehearsals at Upperton United Reformed Church in Eastbourne on Monday evenings. Everyone is very welcome, just visit concentus-sings.com to find out more. And Concentus are back with us in Seaford with “Concentus Sings Christmas” at St Leonard’s Parish Church, 4.00-6.30pm on Saturday 10th December. They will be performing a wide variety of seasonal music including spiritual, sacred, modern and popular songs and congregational carols to herald the start of the festive season.
SPRuNG! BandSPRuNG! are a Seaford based Folk band with a contemporary feel, adding a touch of whimsey to their own original songs. They draw on the rich Sussex history to sing about the sea, smugglers and Mushroom Shoes! They love to please a crowd with some foot-tapping & singalong tunes. You can find SPRuNG! on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/kali-3 and the line up includes Kalisaya Flynn, Katie Hall, Heather Sutton and Mark Sutton.
Rosie Moore is a singer-songwriter from Seaford currently studying songwriting at the British Institute of Modern Music. She already has a strong portfolio of compelling original material and released her debut EP this autumn. You may catch Rosie busking in the streets of Eastbourne or Brighton with her guitar, performing both original songs as well as some of her favourite covers. Fine her at www. Therosiemoore.com
Seaford School of Dance
Seaford School of Dance are a well-established thriving performance school in Seaford, and you can join them at the St James Clubhouse Blatchington Road. They have classes for pre-schoolers right up to vocational level and offer many dance disciplines including ballet tap jazz and musical theatre. Find them at www.seafordschoolofdancing.co.uk
Seaford Musical Theatre
Seaford Musical Theatre have been performing since 1927 and are now based at The Barn Theatre. They perform three shows a year, a Pantomime in January, a Variety show in May and a well known Musical in September. They also have a successful younger group, Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors which stages two shows a year.
Seaford Musical Theatre is a registered charity. They receive no statutory funding and rely entire on the profits from their shows, hire fees, donations and other fund raising activities to allow them to continue offering quality entertainment to the Seaford Community.
New members are always welcome and there are many opportunities to perform on stage or help out behind the scenes. Find them at seafordmusicaltheatre.co.uk
Archway Chorus / Peoples Choir
The run up to the finale of Seaford Christmas Magic with once again be the Archway Choir under the direction of Jane Reeves. This year will be different as it will be the Seaford People's Choir featuring everyone! The public have had the chance to learn the songs in advance learning their parts with the choirplayer.uk App. Welcome to the magical Seaford Christmas Choir a unique and inspiring experience. There is more about the People's Choir Here >>>
Stix Drummers are the area's premier rhythmic drummers! Stix were founded in 2013 to perform at Bonfires, Charity Events, Parties, and more. They have grown from a small group to a troupe in excess of 80+ members who perform at many events every year. They are always seeking new adventures where they can share their powerful, rhythmic beats and entertain the public. Which is just what they will be doing here at Seaford Christmas Magic. You will recognise them by their Black & Purple Gothic Steampunk costumes and makeup, if you don't hear them coming that is!. Stix are a non-denominational, non-political and non-profit making group.
James Das and Chaz Roe's second outling of the day this time with Oli White, Adam Goddard and Will Roper as Christmas Magic's very own special funk band. These musicians have come together from well known Seaford bands The 808s, The ReviewBand and The Riffz and are making a special appearance here this evening to round off Seaford Christmas Magic in a cool yet hot and funky, rocky way!
Ded Effnik are another great Seaford band made up of Gordon Allan, Tony Cowey and Jen Hallett. The band have been around as a Barn dance band for many years and have diversified in time to now include jazz, folk and pop into their repertoire. Fun, lively music for all tastes played by amazing, experienced musicians.
Over 60's Choir
The Seaford Over 60's Choir is the choral side of The Downs 60 + Club, an Active Social Club for People over 60. They meet Monday to Friday 10am - 12 and 2 - 4pm and Saturday 10 - 12 in the old flint building which is in the grounds of the Downs Leisure Centre at Sutton Corner. They offer a wide variety of activities which include: Snooker - Table Tennis - Art - Keep Fit - Exercise and Dance - Croquet - Choir - Rummikub - Scrabble - Phase 10 - Discussion Group - Craft and Chat plus the chance to enjoy a lunch with other members once a week. New members are welcome, just turn up and see what is on offer.
Up the Tempo dance school
Up the Tempo dance school is a Seaford and Newhaven based dance school, offering classes in a variety of styles, including disco/freestyle,street,contemporary and rock 'n' roll, to all children aged 2 years and upwards. We run weekly classes, preparing for dance competitions, local fayres and examinations as well as holding classes just for fun.
Harry finished his A-Levels at Seaford Head Sixth Form College and is now working part-time alongside busking in order to fund a 2 month cycle through Europe to Morocco. You can check out some of Harry’s music and poetry on YouTube *Harry Kirzynowski*, he will also be documenting his travels online too! It should be an exciting year ahead so keep and eye on Harry’s YouTube Channel to keep up with what he is up to!