MARTELLO TOWER - ESPLANADE - SEAFORD - EAST SUSSEX - ENGLAND
Registered Charity No. 1158790
The Museum is currently closed bue to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Unfortunately the way the Tower was built means it's difficult to arrange for social distancing, but we are working hard to make it as safe as possible for visitors.
We will be in a position to reopen soon, and the Trustees are currently in discussions regarding a definite re-opening date.
In the meantime, work is going on in the background to improve facilities and exhibits for our visitors and we very much look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible.
18 September 2020
Were you in Seaford on V.E. Day? If you were, we would love you to send us your memories and any photos for us to keep in our archives for researchers in order to expand our knowledge of Seaford in those days.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or send to PO Box 2132, Seaford, BN25 9BH
We look forward to hearing from you.
Our 50th Anniversary Year
Seaford Museum and Heritage Society first opened to the public in 1970, moving to the newly restored Martello Tower in April 1979.
Things have not stood still for Seaford Museum. In 2018, with funding from the Keith Baker Memorial Trust and the Heritage Lottery Fund, a new bridge was installed allowing access to the original entrance again. A lift and ramps were also installed to allow step-free access to all levels of the Museum for the less able.
The Museum is in You Tube!
Lawrence Chowen is a third year documnetary film making student from Seaford and he has produced an excellent film about Seaford Museum, the Tower and the people involved.
The Museum is run entirely by volunteers and relies on entry fees and fund raising to pay running costs, the most expensive of which are electricity and insurance.
Any donations are very welcome and we have just installed a facility to pay on line via PayPal. If you would like to donate, you can do so via the link below. We would not be able to acknowledge donations but they would be much appreciated.
News & Notices
The Museum has joined the Lewes District Lottery as a nominated good cause. You could win up to £25,000. Tickets cost £1 each and 50p of that will go to the society if you nominate us.
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Sussex Heritage Trust AwardsWe are pleased that the new Museum improved access arrangement was "Highly Commended" at the recent awards.
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