COMMUNITY groups and residents have the chance to give their views on the future of Seaford’s seafront at an exhibition in March.
The display will be held at Seaford’s Crypt Gallery and the exhibits are based on small, sustainable ideas to enhance and boost the seafront.
They are the results of a project by students at the University of Brighton and the Office for Spatial Research at the Faculty of Arts who have been working with Seaford Community Partnership.
Schools are also taking part in the exhibition with pupils from Annecy Catholic Primary School, Chyngton Primary School, Cradle Hill Primary School and Seaford Head Community College displaying drawings, paintings and sculptures on their visions for the area.
The display will also include a discussion for a breakwater proposal, which is hoped would create a more sheltered bay.
Members of the public are invited to attend the exhibition – which runs from Friday, March 23, until Sunday, March 25 – and give their feedback on the ideas and designs.