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February 27th, 2018.

Seaford Town Council is welcoming two new concessions on the Seafront from the first weekend in March. La Creperie will be selling a range of authentic French crepes, and The Salty Seahorse will be offering authentic English fish and chips.

La Creperie in Blatchington Road has proved a huge success since opening in 2017, offering both sweet and savoury fresh crepes. This family-run business, with its 5-star hygiene rating, child-friendly service, locally sourced ingredients and plastic-free ideal, has been a top-rated addition and truly unique offering in Seaford.

The La Creperie mobile unit will be located on the promenade opposite Dane Road from March through to October this year. The shop in Blatchington Road will also continue to open its usual hours.

The Salty Seahorse is run from a quirky vintage racehorse trailer by Tony and Bonny Hillman and will be situated on Seaford promenade close to the junction with Edinburgh Road.

The Salty Seahorse, also with a 5-star hygiene rating, offers a freshly prepared menu using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. The menu includes beer batter cod goujons, chips, halloumi fries, jumbo fish finger sandwich and crushed peas.

Seaford promenade benefits from 12-hour free parking and is in direct proximity to public facilities including toilets, skate park, playing fields and a play park.

Seaford Town Council aims to support concessions throughout the town and can offer daily, monthly and annual trading consent notices. The Council is currently seeking people interested in offering a high-level service from mobile kiosks at South Hill Barn and High and Over, both stunning locations with a significant amount of passing foot and vehicle traffic and free public car parking.

If you are interested in applying or know someone who is, email or call the office on 01323 894870 to request an application form.