Sustainable Seaford Fair

Saturday 1st June 2024 | 12 - 4pm

Seaford Head School - Steyne Road Site

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Thank you!

Thank to everyone who was involved in the Sustainable Seaford Fair. Having so many people get involved made it a very special event.

We hope the fair has helped people to think about small changes we can make that are good for us as well as being good for the planet.

A special thanks to Seaford Head School and OVCA who helped make this event possible.

View photos from the fair here

Clothes swap at the Sustainable Seaford Fair.

About the fair

On Saturday 1st June, Seaford’s schools and the local community will come together to discover small changes we can make to live more sustainably.

The Sustainable Seaford Fair is brought to you by Sharing Skills CIC and Seaford Head school.

In partnership with:
Seaford Head School.
Seaford Head School

Organised by:
Sharing Skills CIC.

What is sustainability?

The 3rd June 2024 represents the day of the year when we would run out of resources if everyone in the world lived and consumed as we do in the UK. If we continue as we are, we would need 2.4 Earths to provide us with the things we want!

Find out more about Earth Overshoot Day.

The Seaford Sustainability Fair is here to give you ideas and knowledge to make changes which are good for you and good for the planet!

Seaford Head compost heap.

Who's coming...

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From Seaford Head School musicians and 'Music from the Sofa'

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Textile crafts, discover nature, art, games, experiments

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Cookery demonstrations, local food, smoothie bar, hot drinks

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Learn about local projects, hear about what we can do and join the discussion

Things to do...

Information on a whole range of environmental issues and sustainable solutions such as nature, climate change, water, food, food growing, energy, transport, plastics, waste, circular economy, local solutions and ways to get involved.

  • Cake and plant sale by Seaford Head School
  • Clothes swap
  • Cookery demonstrations
  • Crafts & local crafts people
  • Bikeability, try accessible bikes and Dr Bike
  • Energy advice
  • Experts in environmental issues, nature, & sustainability
  • Experiments explaining climate change
  • Food & drink
  • Green careers
  • Learn about environmental issues
  • Local projects
  • Music by Seaford Head School musicians and 'Music from the Sofa'
  • Natural beauty products and household cleaners
  • Nature activities with experts
  • Plant sales and gardening
  • Smoothie bar
  • Sustainable businesses
  • Talks and discussions
  • VR 'under the sea' experience


Seaford Head School
Steyne Road Site, Steyne Road
Seaford, BN25 1AL

Nearest bus stop:
Seaford Library, Seaford (0.4 mile - 9 minute walk)
Brighton & Hove Bus Times
Cuckmere Bus Times
Nearest Train Station:
Seaford Train Station
Southern Rail Times

Click here for walking directions
Click here for cycling directions

Hand with reusuable cup.

Bring along your reusable cup for a free hot drink*

* Available from the Sharing Skills refreshments stand

Talks in the hall

Hosted by the UNA Climate & Oceans Youth Cabinet

FilmsUNA Climate & Oceans12:00
Ovesco in the communityChris Rowland - CEO of Ovesco CIC community energy company12:15
Revival: Stories of Rewilding Sussex. A conversation with a young film DirectorCosmo Robertson - UNA Climate & Oceans Youth Cabinet12:55
Introduction to the climate & nature crisisPaul Turner - Ministry of Eco13:25
Why Repair?Simon Mcfarlane - Seaford Repair Cafe14:00
Cheeky Pants and The Nappy GurusHelen Rankin - Owner Managing Director of Cheeky Wipes14:30
Soil and Art, roots of landscapeDavid St Maur Sheil - artist, gardener and advocate for greater soil awareness15:00
Film: Revival: Stories of Rewilding Sussexby Cosmo Robertson - UNA Climate & Oceans Youth Cabinet15:30


  • Seaford Head Samba Band
  • Seaford Primary Choir
  • Seaford Head School Band and Choir
  • Seaford Head Staff Band
  • Seaford Head DJs
  • Seaford Head student bands: Lava, Subliminal Mind, Royal Blue, Trebuchet, The Democrats
  • Open Mic: Leo Leney, Elle Baker, Verity Bush, Emma Hayward
  • Local band - Music from the Sofa

It's easy!

Bring your unwanted clothes (still in good condition) along on the day and swap for new-to-you clothes.