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Here is some information if you are considering moving to or around Seaton you might find useful. The town is by the sea and the River Coly into the river Axe, providing a wonderful gateway into Devon’s splendid area of outstanding Natural Beauty red cliffs on one side from the Triassic age, white cliffs the other, www.landscapesforlife.org.uk and nearby Jurassic Coast www.jurassiccoast.org a world heritage site, with a mostly shingle beach of about a mile long. If you are moving to or around this area you will discover unspoilt villages and lanes in this area of Seaton Devon. We provide the very best House or flat removals Seaton.
Seaton is popular for being a seaside town, tourism and for Seaton Marshes Nature Reserve, a tidal flood plain creates a varied collection of mud flats, scrapes, grazing marsh, ditches and ponds which attract a variety of wildlife throughout the year, during the winter months this area is an important feeding station for large numbers of birds.
About 4,000 years ago before the Romans arrived Seaton was a farming community, like many towns in Devon, there was Iron Age forts in the area OD Berry and Blackbury camp, Hawkesdown Hill and Seaton Down. Some Roman remains still exist and they have been reburied to preserve them, during the Roman era Seaton was an important port, creek was a Saxon name for Fleet, Fluta in Saxon Times this was what Seaton was known as. The first mention of Seaton was in a Papal Bull, by Pope Eugenius in 1146. A Saxon Charter fleet was in 1005 AD.
For another several centuries Seaton was an important port which supplied ships for wars against Scotland and France during Edward 1st Reign. When the railway arrived to transport goods in 1868 it was the demise of the harbour. In 1982 Seaton was twinned with the French town Thury-Harcourt Normandy.
Seaton Tramway runs a fleet of 14 narrow gauge heritage trams travelling between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon and a major tourist attraction carrying over 100,000 passengers a year. Travelling along a 3 mile track near the River Axe, Seaton Marsh and Colyford Common Local Nature Reserve finishing in the historic town of Colyton.
The trams can be caught either from Seaton, Colyford or Colyton.
The Seaton Terminus is in the Under fleet Car park in the Town Centre and the beach is only a few minutes’ walk from the terminus, there is a ‘midpoint’ terminus at Colyford next to the White Hart Inn then the trams travel on to Colyton.
The Tramway terminus at Colyton is the former British Rail Station and includes the Tram stop Restaurant.
There are two styles of Trams, during good weather an open top trams and in poor weather the Tramway operates enclosed single deck saloons.
In 2009 Lyme Bay Holiday Village in Harbour Road, Seaton closed to make way for a supermarket, although Axe Vale Caravan Park remains a current popular destination for holiday makers and local Seaton guest houses which include:
Camping and caravan http://www.manorfarmcaravans.co.uk/
With the closure of the Lyme Bay Holiday Village, many businesses in Seaton had been struggling to survive and that some had closed.
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The current population of Seaton is around 8,752 people. There are 3,300 homes in the civil parish, approximately one third are of single-person occupancy and the majority of those persons are of pensionable age.
When you book our man and van Seaton, removals Seaton we are happy to collect or drop you off at any locations near Seaton
Seaton Farmers Market is every third Friday of the month from 9am to 1pm. An indoor established market to give local producers of fruit, vegetables and foodstuffs, as well as a range of craft and products made locally with local materials, which includes rare breed pork and Dorset down lamb.
The town is served by a small community Hospital, providing the following services, Physiotherapy (including a Gym), Occupational Therapy, Inpatients, Day care, Hospiscare, Community, Children’s Services, Complex Care Team, Home Nursing Service, Outpatients including Dermatology, ENT, Rheumatology, Podiatry, Geriatrician, Audiology, Continence, Dietician and Leg Ulcer. Visiting times are in the afternoon 2.30pm to 8pm
Use these postcode if travelling by car EX12 2UU, the main address and contact Seaton Community Hospital, Valley View, Scalwell Lane, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2UU
Tel: 01297 23901
Seaton police station
Queen Street, Seaton, East Devon, Devon, EX12 2RJ
Devon & Cornwall Police
For schooling there is Seaton Primary School, Valley View, Seaton, Devon EX12 2HF
Telephone: 01297 20922
The Gateway, Seaton town hall provides entertainment throughout the year, mainly the performing arts, which include Bolshoi Ballet; Dance; Drama, Music; Musicals; National Theatre; Royal Shakespeare Company;
The Gateway Seaton Town Hall, Fore Street, Seaton, Devon, EX12 2LD telephone: 01297 625699 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
web site: www.seatongateway.co.uk with the Box Office in the ground floor foyer selling tickets to all of our events and is open from Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm.
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