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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS - A MESSAGE FROM A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC:
'I braved the cold and came along to Saturday evening’s event and was delighted I did. It was really, really good.

What I particularly liked - that so many people came out, and had a good time. Families, teenagers, older people - a brilliant cross-section. Plus the amount of stuff going on, and the number of places that stayed open. A real sense of community togetherness. And a real sense of “everyone’s welcome”!

I’m already looking forward to next year’s. (When I also think I'll do the 'Polar Express’!) A huge “well done” to everyone involved. I know these things don’t just happen!

THANK YOU TO THE PUBLIC WHO ATTENDED, THE CARNIVAL COMMITTEE FOR ORGANISING A FANTASTIC PROCESSION, THE BUSINESSES WHO STAYED OPEN AND ADDED TO THE FUN, THE COUNCILLORS WHO TOOK PART AND THE TOWN'S ADMIN & MAINTENANCE OFFICERS FOR ALL THEIR HARD WORK IN HELPING ORGANISE THE EVENT AND ERECTING AND SWITCHING ON THE LIGHTS. GREAT TO SEE SEATON SPARKILING ONCE AGAIN!
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CHRISTMAS LIGHTS - A MESSAGE FROM A MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC:
I braved the cold and came along to Saturday evening’s event and was delighted I did. It was really, really good.

What I particularly liked - that so many people came out, and had a good time. Families, teenagers, older people - a brilliant cross-section. Plus the amount of stuff going on, and the number of places that stayed open. A real sense of community togetherness. And a real sense of “everyone’s welcome”!

I’m already looking forward to next year’s. (When I also think Ill do the Polar Express’!) A huge “well done” to everyone involved. I know these things don’t just happen!

THANK YOU TO THE PUBLIC WHO ATTENDED, THE CARNIVAL COMMITTEE FOR ORGANISING A FANTASTIC PROCESSION, THE BUSINESSES WHO STAYED OPEN AND ADDED TO THE FUN, THE COUNCILLORS WHO TOOK PART AND THE TOWNS ADMIN & MAINTENANCE OFFICERS FOR ALL THEIR HARD WORK IN HELPING ORGANISE THE EVENT AND ERECTING AND SWITCHING ON THE LIGHTS. GREAT TO SEE SEATON SPARKILING ONCE AGAIN!

Some of you may have noticed that the lovely Town Hall clock is no longer showing the correct time 🙁

#teamseaton are working hard with electricians and specialist clock engineers to rectify this and the clock should be fully functioning early in the new year.
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Some of you may have noticed that the lovely Town Hall clock is no longer showing the correct time 🙁

#teamseaton are working hard with electricians and specialist clock engineers to rectify this and the clock should be fully functioning early in the new year.

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Hurrah! Thank you ☺️

Many happy hours in there ...Johanna's zumba dance classes

An #EastDevonly Christmas ... See MoreSee Less

Christmas Lights Switch on Event this Saturday 27th November 2021 🥳 🎉

After the lights have been turned on there will be a colourful procession of Carnival floats proceeded by the Devon Truckers (new to the Seaton Carnival!) live sea shanty singing in Cross Street and meet Father Christmas in the Square at 6.30pm.

Many shops and businesses will be open late to include: Owl and Pyramid, Amber Home of Colour, Pebble Moon, the Vending Shed, Betty’s Books, Devon Art Supplies, Luxy Locks, Panic Design, Little Gems Fruit & Veg, The Barking Spa, Passiflora, Bees Knees Bazaar, Fifi & Binks and the Overington Care Community Hub.

The Tramway will be operating the Polar Express every hour to Colyton.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!
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Christmas Lights Switch on Event this Saturday 27th November 2021 🥳 🎉 

After the lights have been turned on there will be a colourful procession of Carnival floats proceeded by the Devon Truckers (new to the Seaton Carnival!) live sea shanty singing in Cross Street and meet Father Christmas in the Square at 6.30pm.

Many shops and businesses will be open late to include: Owl and Pyramid, Amber Home of Colour, Pebble Moon, the Vending Shed, Betty’s Books, Devon Art Supplies, Luxy Locks, Panic Design, Little Gems Fruit & Veg, The Barking Spa, Passiflora, Bees Knees Bazaar, Fifi & Binks and the Overington Care Community Hub.

The Tramway will be operating the Polar Express every hour to Colyton.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

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So Sophie is also pleased to supporting this event and will be staying open.

So sad we will be missing it 😥

Giles Thomas

Pebble-Moon Holistic Wellbeing Centre is pleased to support this event and is hosting an open house between 3-8pm. Live music, a chance to have a look around, ask questions, book an appointment or buy a gift voucher. Social distancing and wearing of masks would be appreciated when inside.

Lily Baker

Clare Bowers

April Couper

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3 weeks ago
Seaton Town Council

The sea wall clean has started today and already looking good. ... See MoreSee Less

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That is a really big improvement! Brilliant

It looks great!

Excellent, looks brilliant Well done guys X🥰

Surely would have been better to do it in spring so that it doesn’t get dirty again over the winter?… or maybe we should pressure wash our patios now?…

Wow! Big difference 👍🏻 Can’t wait to see that esplanade in a few weeks 😊

Looks great

Let's hope they start cleaning the town centre as well

Looks good!

Good job

It's a wall!!!!

Wow much better🎉

Fab!!!!

Glad my council tax is being put to good use!🤔

Big difference well done thank you

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4 weeks ago
Seaton Town Council

Starting on Monday, we would like to let residents and visitors know that the entire sea wall will be cleaned using a special steaming method that does not damage the integrity of the structure but will remove years of grime. The work has been authorised by the Environment Agency and funded by Seaton Town Council. It is scheduled to take 3-4 weeks and will cause minimal disruption. ... See MoreSee Less

Starting on Monday, we would like to let residents and visitors know that the entire sea wall will be cleaned using a special steaming method that does not damage the integrity of the structure but will remove years of grime. The work has been authorised by the Environment Agency and funded by Seaton Town Council. It  is scheduled to take 3-4 weeks and will cause minimal disruption.

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Thankyou for arranging this work to take place - every little helps to attract people to our Town and make it an even better place to live.

Thank you I’m sure it will be a big improvement 👍

Thats great. Will it affect parking on the disabled stretch between the old toilets and Beach Rd?

Why in November? Before the Winter? Much better to have carries this out on March or April. But we’ll done nice to see for Seaton

Are they going to fix the road surface in Queen Street? I hope they’ll use the original blocks and not do something like the horrible patch of tarmac on one part.

About time too

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