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Seaford Golf Club
Seaford Golf Club is a historic club with stunning views. Founded in 1887, it moved to its present Blatchington location in 1907.
The Club is one of the best downland courses in the South of England with glorious panoramas of the Sussex Downs on one side and the English Channel on the other.
This means that golf enthusiasts can come and enjoy an experience that few other golf clubs in the region can match.
You are promised a top quality course, which is both a challenge to the best players and a satisfying, though not impossible, experience for those with higher handicaps.
The rapid drainage of water through the underlying chalk ensures that the course is rarely closed for play in winter and presents a summertime challenge of firm fairways and greens.
Seaford Museum is housed in Martello Tower no.74, which is situated at the eastern end of Seaford seafront. Nicknamed the Tardis by its visitors, there is a deceptive 5,000 square feet of display area which includes the roof with cannon, entrance floor with museum shop, the lower floor of the tower and the covered dry moat area.Tower
The museum not only records Seaford's long history from its days as a Cinque Port but also appeals to all age groups and all members of the family with displays including shops, tableaux and a fascinating collection of material from pre-historic times to the present day. There is a General Store, Dressmakers Parlour, the contents of toy, chemist, ironmonger and photographer's shops as well as Victorian schoolroom, Victorian kitchen and wartime kitchen. There are also collections of domestic appliances covering the first half of the 20th century, office machinery from early typewriters and copiers to computers and a particularly large collection of radios and television sets. There is a working model of Seaford railway station in 1926, wartime memorabilia, two figureheads, information on shipwrecks in the area and information on the changing coast including a video of the most recent sea defence work.
The Museum has a reference archive of pictures, articles etc. and a register of houses in the town, which may be consulted by appointment.
It is easy to find the Martello Tower near the cliffs on the seafront. Please note that the post code to use for SatNav is BN25 1JH and is not the one for mail.
Seaford Head Golf Course
With some of the most breathtaking views in Sussex, Seaford Head Golf Course is an undulating downland/links style course on the cliffs of Seaford. The Seven Sisters can be seen from our 13th,14th and 15th Holes and the famous 18th Hole has an extended vista over Seaford bay and beyond to Brighton.
Designed and constructed in 1887, this golfing links is steeped in recent and ancient history. From its Saxon camp to its use during the war, Seaford Head has an energy all of its own. You will never tire of teeing off of our 18th, some 300 feet above sea level, and watching your drive soar down 150 feet to the fairway below.
Now benefiting from a new £1.7m clubhouse with panoramic views from the restaurant area. Modern changing rooms and showers and a well stock Professional Shop. There really is everything you need at Seaford Head as a member or a visitor alike. Payable all year, we rarely close for the wet and you membership here really is all year round.
Seven Sisters Country Park
Situated in the South Downs National Park, the Seven Sisters Country Park is made up of 280 hectares of chalk cliffs, meandering river valley and open chalk grassland. It is a popular place for a number of outdoor activities including walking, birdwatching, cycling and canoeing.
The Country Park is named after the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs on one of Britain's finest unspoilt coastlines.
The Park is managed by East Sussex County Council. For information about the South Downs National Park visit South Downs Online.
Seaford Crypt Gallery
Seaford's community centre for contemporary arts and crafts. The modern gallery, enclosing a 13th Century Undercroft, is close to the town centre.
[email protected] is a Registered Charity (no. 1167070) managed entirely by volunteer trustees and supported by Friends of the Crypt. Most trustees are professionally involved in the arts.