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Seaton Scarecrow Festival 2018
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 08:28
Seaton Scarecrow Festival 2018 will run from Saturday 30 June to Saturday 14 July. Scarecrows should be on display during this period. Scarecrow Trail Day will be held on Saturday 7 July, when members of the public are invited to seek out scarecrows around the village & choose their favourite.
Meadow Vale
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 15:18
The Council’s Allotment Site on Meadow Vale is ready for occupation by tenants, with the completion of external fencing, internal pathways & fencing, & the provision of sheds by the Parish Council.
Seaton in Bloom
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 14:59
Daffodils & crocuses have brightened up the village in the Spring, following the planting of some 7,000 bulbs by volunteers & Seaton Academy school children in the late Autumn.
Seaton Parish Rooms
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 14:57
Members of the community are reminded that Seaton Parish Rooms are available for hire by small groups.
Council Tax
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 14:53
At its meeting in January, the Parish Council agreed a precept of £56,000 for 2018/19.
Seaton Scarecrow Festival
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 14:52
Preparations are under way for Seaton Scarecrow Festival, which is due to be held in July.
Seaton Parish Council Tree Planting
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 07:47
Seaton Parish Council is seeking volunteers to help with tree planting at Meadow Vale on Friday 20 April at 10am.
Seaton Household Christmas Lights
Monday, 05 March 2018 08:38
The winners of the 2017 Best Neighbourhood Christmas Lights award were Mr & Mrs Hart, & Mr & Mrs Barker of Lowca Lane. The winners of the Best Individual lights were Mr & Mrs Allison of Main Road. Mr & Mrs Hart & Mr Allison & his children attended the Council meeting held on 19 February to collect their prizes.
Seaton Community Champion Award 2017
Wednesday, 14 February 2018 16:06
This is the third year of the Seaton Community Champion Award, which is designed to give recognition to people who have made a valuable contribution to village life. Nominations were sought in December & a selection panel consisting of Seaton Vicar the Reverend Grainger, Seaton Academy Headteacher Mrs Banks & Parish Councillors Mrs Lily Harwood, Julie Norman & Celia Tibble reviewed those nominations in early January. There are two categories of award: the first is an individual contribution to the community & the second is a contribution as a part of a group.
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