Seaford Cricket Club, founded in 1891, and with its home ground in the Salts Recreation ground. The Club welcome players and supporters of all ability and age. Throughout the summer months you can be guaranteed that cricket takes place on most days of the week at the Salts! The Club have 1st & 2nd XI teams in the Sussex County League Division 3 East with the 3rd & 4th XI teams in the 8th & 12th Divisions of the Parker Building Supplies East Sussex League plus a Sunday XI, Midweek XI & Woman’s XI. There is also a Junior Section with Boys Under 10, U11 , U13 x 2, U15, U16 & U18 teams entered into Junior Leagues.
  • September 2009: Under 18s won the County Cup
  • May 2010: Seaford proud to announce that 200 players regularly play cricket for the club
  • June 2010: Seaford CC website reaches 30,000 visits.
  • July 2010: Seaford CC win Eastbourne knockout cup
  • August 2010: Official opening of Club house


Seaford Town Football Club, the long-standing primary footballing club in Seaford, a town of some 30,000 nestling at the foot of the South Downs where they head out to the sea under the English Channel on their way to France. Our history goes back well over a hundred years, and because it never had the benefit of wealthy patrons in the early years, the club remains typical of local football: keen players, enthusiastic supporters, dedicated officials and just as many crises as any Premier League club. Ours don’t make national headlines, we don’t go spectacularly bankrupt or have to call in foreign billionaires to rescue us, and we continue to play on much as earlier generations have done.


Seaford Museum of Local History is an Aladdin’s cave of all sorts of artefacts. Well worth a visit that you will always remember. Opening Times Summer (Easter to end of British Summer Time) Sundays and bank holidays 11:00 – 13:00 & 14:30 – 16:30 Wednesdays and Saturdays 14:30 – 16:30 Winter (not Christmas Day) Sundays and bank holidays 11:00 – 13:00 & 14:00 – 16:00 Archives are open during the afternoon of the first Sunday each month and on special events. School or adult group visits welcomed but must be pre-booked. Details are on the web-site.


This site provides free Internet pages for Seaford clubs, associations, societies or individuals who may wish to be “On Line” but have no facilities for publishing their own Web-sites.


Cradle Hill Community Primary School is a 2 form entry primary school with 422 pupils on roll. We provide an ethos where where children feel safe to learn and safe from harm. Staff at the school care for the whole child and are sensitive to the needs of the children. This is what makes us unique. The children have a broad, exciting and cross curricular learning journey at school and numerous opportunities for extra curricular activities in sport, music and academic subjects. Please feel free to visit us at any time where Mr. Bianchi, the head teacher, will show you around Seaford’s number one school.


Seaford Golf Club was founded in 1887 and moved to its present Blatchington location in 1907. The Club has one of the best downland courses in the south of England with its glorious views of the Sussex Downs on one side and the English Channel on the other.


Seaford and Blatchington Tennis Club is a friendly informal club for people of all ages who enjoy playing tennis and socialising. Our club welcomes players of any ability or age. We boast some of the newest courts in Sussex coupled with great facilities (4 Porous Acrylic Courts, 3 Astro, with both floodlights and balls included within your membership). Our new clubhouse was officially opened by Norman Baker on 14th July 2007 offering a relaxed bar and lounge area for post play and social nights. Saturday and Sunday afternoons between 2pm-4pm is Social Tennis, all members are welcome to come and mix in creating a great atmosphere. Social events and Tournaments run throughout the year. For more information please visit our web-site


Denton Island ( Newhaven, East Sussex) is the most recent Bowls Club to be opened on the South Coast. The green is of the highest quality and our facilities have been in constant demand for both County and National events and competitions. The Club has a good mix of male and female bowlers and the full fixture card contains a large number of mixed matches to reflect this. The Club also runs a large number of drives to provide good bowling in a less formal form than matches against other Clubs and internal Leagues are run on most days of the week. Members may also book rinks for casual play. New members are always welcome whether experienced or brand new to the sport and coaching is available for all levels of skill.