© Seahouses Volunteers working for the local community
Seahouses Volunteers
News and Events
Planters in the Village
Over the course of the last few weeks the village has seen the development of lots of new planters situated in places they should be seen. Lots of them have a historical significance, linking the planters to the history of Seahouses and North Sunderland. For instance, the lighthouse planter on Main Street (close to the War Memorial) has lots of numbers on it - of boats from the harbour connected to the village.
Lighthouse
For more information about the planters and where they may be found, click the lighthouse on the left to be taken to our special photograph page. Where you have a mouse, moving your mouse (or your finger) over the picture should provide you with the information about where it is and what it symbolises to the village.

Harbour Stall for

the Volunteers

We are delighted to be able to announce that there is a to a stalls event held at the harbour, in front of the Trinity House building (close to the Harbour Pier and the boat trip huts). This is going to consist of a variety of stalls with lots to keep you, and your family and friends busy and occupied. This is to take place on Sunday 22nd August from 10am. The stalls are expected to be selling cakes, providing entertainment with Tombola, and have local craftspeople present with art for review and purchase.
We are proud Northumbrians, and hope that you are happy with what you find when you are here with us. Well done everybody for such a good show with bunting and decoration locally. We are really proud of the effort local people have put into making our village look so special.
© Seahouses Volunteers - working for the local community
Seahouses Volunteers
News and Events
Over the course of the last few weeks the village has seen the development of lots of new planters situated in places they should be seen. Lots of them have a historical significance, linking the planters to the history of Seahouses and North Sunderland. For instance, the lighthouse planter on Main Street (close to the War Memorial) has lots of numbers on it - of boats from the harbour connected to the village.
Lighthouse
For more information about the planters and where they may be found, click the lighthouse on the left to be taken to our special photograph page. Where we have it, moving your mouse (or finger) over the picture should provide you with the information about where it is and what it symbolises to the vlillage.
Lighthouse
Stalls at the Harbour We are delighted to be able to announce that there is to be a stalls event held at the harbour, in front of the Trinity House building (close to the Harbour Pier and the boat trip huts). This is going to consist of a variety of stalls with lots to keep you, and your family and friends busy and occupied. This is to take place on Sunday 22nd August from 10am. The stalls are expected to be selling cakes, providing entertainment with Tombola, and have local craftspeople present with art and crafts for review and purchase.
We are proud Northumbrians, and hope that you are happy with what you find when you are here with us. Well done everybody for such a good show in the village this year.