Seahaven FM - By The Sea on 96.3

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Seahaven FM is the genuinely local radio station for the coastal area of Newhaven, Seaford, Telscombe Cliffs and Peacehaven, and also covers the smaller villages and towns in the immediate area, Denton, Piddinghoe, Bishopstone, Southease, South Heighton, Tarring Neville and Rodmell.

We broadcast from our studios in Saxon Lane in Seaford’s town centre and can be heard locally on 96.3 FM and on-line 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The schedule page has the full list of the next 7 days programmes and you can meet all the presenters on the Presenter's page.

Seaford Community Cinema

Until after the holidays there are no films listed

Local News from Seahaven FM

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The Local News from Seahaven FM

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Labour's Dawn Butler accused the Conservatives of 'bullying' Sun, 09 Aug 2020 12:44

'Angry and annoyed' MP accuses Met of racial profiling after being pulled over in London

Labour MP Dawn Butler has told Sky News she believes she was the victim of racial profiling after the car she was in was stopped by police.
Undated handout photo issued by Premier Foods of products made by the company in a supermarket basket. Mr Kipling maker Premier Foods has seen sales jump in recent weeks as the coronavirus outbreak has driven demand for store-cupboard items. Sun, 09 Aug 2020 21:14

Government 'should subsidise healthy food to help millions of people lose weight'

Subsidies for healthy food, plain packaging for unhealthy food, and more research into meat alternatives could help the UK's obesity crisis, according to a new report.
Boris Johnson is determined to see schools reopen next month Sat, 08 Aug 2020 22:02

Daily coronavirus cases exceed 1,000 as PM warned of risks of reopening schools

Boris Johnson has been urged to boost the government's coronavirus test and trace scheme in order to safely reopen schools next month, with calls for teachers and students to be tested as often as once a week.
People who visited the The Soho Foundry Tavern in Smethwick have been told to self-isolate. Pic: Google Street View Sun, 09 Aug 2020 10:42

'Urgent appeal' for pub customers to isolate after COVID-19 outbreak linked to barbecue

Customers at a pub in the West Midlands have been told to self-isolate after an outbreak of coronavirus was linked to a barbecue at the venue.
Jeremy Menesses was stabbed in London's West End on Saturday Sat, 08 Aug 2020 20:45

Teenager stabbed to death on Oxford Street in central London is named

A teenager stabbed to death after a fight in central London has been named by police as Jeremy Menesses.
Figures reveal almost 450 sex offences were committed in the last year against babies Sun, 09 Aug 2020 16:12

'Truly sickening figures': 449 sex crimes committed against babies last year

A total of 449 sex offences were committed in the past year against babies before they reached their first birthday, figures obtained by the NSPCC have revealed.
A Border Force vessel brings a group of people thought to be migrants into Dover, Kent, following a number of small boat incidents in The Channel. Sun, 09 Aug 2020 12:03

'This simply cannot go on': UK-France row intensifies as migrant crossings top 4,000

A political row between the UK and France over migrant crossings in the Channel has intensified, with Britain's immigration minister saying the "unacceptable" increase in numbers "simply cannot go on".
Oscar is seen kissing one of the police pups Sun, 09 Aug 2020 14:09

Boy, 8, realises 'bucket list' wish of being police officer for a day

A child who has been diagnosed with a degenerative condition was given the chance to fulfil his dream of being a police officer.
Cricketer Ben Stokes' heroics won the World Cup for England in the summer Sun, 09 Aug 2020 16:04

England cricketer Ben Stokes out of Pakistan series for 'family reasons'

England cricketer Ben Stokes will miss the remainder of the Test series against Pakistan for "family reasons".
Mahatma Gandhi's glasses will go on sale on 21 August Sun, 09 Aug 2020 18:13

Gandhi's glasses found in auctioneer's letterbox after two days

A pair of Mahatma Gandhi's glasses are going under the hammer after they were discovered in an envelope hanging halfway out of an auction house's letterbox for two days.
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