We have had some lovely comments in our visitors book this week. So we thought we would blow our trumpet for a bit: Thank you to the stewards and volunteers who have made this possible.
Fascinating array of artefacts and very helpful staff.
This is the best museum we have ever been in!
A little gem! Can't believe we've never been.
A superb museum - very Tardis like! We'll be back!
What a brilliant and engaging museum. So much to explore for young and old. Very glad we came. Thank you!
Excellent. So many fascinating things to see; a real treat.
Very interesting. Well worth a visit.
Wonderful museum. So much to see. We will be back.
If you read the Museum article in the August edition of Seaford Scene you'll know that the extensive museum archives are open this coming Sunday, 7th August, from 1pm until 3.30 pm. Why not visit and see whether we have anything interesting about where you live? Museum volunteers will be around to help you with your search. Normal museum entrance fees apply.
Ever wondered how a building gets listed, and what's listed in Seaford? John Kay will be answering these and other questions in his talk "Listed Buildings of Seaford" on August 12th, 7:30pm in the Little Theatre, Steyne Road. He will be showing lots of pictures of the listed buildings in our town.
Payment at the door, with no prebooking. £2 for museum members, £5 for non members.
This view is from the Buckle looking towards Newhaven and was taken in the 1870s or 1880s. It is the only photograph I am aware of showing the full range of Tide Mills buildings from this angle. My thanks to Charlie Grimble for showing me this remarkable photograph. (Kevin)