Your committee

Chairman: Richard Wright. Notice board contributor, amateur photographer, local bellringer, Scouting Active Service member, IT enthusiast, Bluebell Railway Guard. Oh, and concerned resident.
Vice Chairman: Debbie Ward. A 5th generation Seafordian proud to have a daughter and grand-daughter who keep me in touch with young parents issues, as well as issues of all ages who are vocal in how they feel about being part of the community. A trained nurse, having worked in a number of local residential and nursing homes and as a community staff nurse. A volunteer and assistant manager in Cancer Research UK, meeting lots of people. Now volunteering at Drusillas (education), Waifs and Strays and Seaford Residents Voice. Often on the local pages of Facebook.
Christine Brett.
East Sussex born and educated with a family history back to the 17th C although given that surname she says they came over with the Conqueror. Brought up with strong sense of service to the community (police service, mental health nursing, the church). Taught in mainly 'challenging' schools for over 30 years before moving to Seaford in summer 2013. Background in community groups elsewhere (Samaritans, Rape Crisis, Women's centres) made her keen to give something back to the beautiful place she had decided to 'retire' to. Initially volunteered at NCDA and facilitated a new local group for NWR. Then discovered local community action in Seaford and campaigned with others to save The Buckle car park. Has learned a lot by attending STC and LDC council meetings and determined to continue to make sure residents have their say. Promoter of the The Old Town Hall Community Tea Room as Admin for their Facebook page.
Fiona House.
Originally from Nutley but in Seaford 22 years; ancestry traces to William Catt of Tidemills! Have family in Seaford including a daughter at a local school. Business proprietor serving small & start up local firms; is also the book-keeper for a local Accountant. Proud member of Seaford Bonfire Society; member of Seaford 150, Triathlon, & Premier Soccer Tournament. Keen to use experience of 35 years in various trades to assist local progress. Awakened to local issues in Spring of 2014; awed by the power of residents getting together! Often on Facebook, posting with care, Glad to be with SRV to help ensure Seaford continues to improve and become an even better place for all.
Eric Woodward.
Lived in Seaford 22 years, local business man, trustee of multi million pound charity for ten years. Keen to see a local Town Plan for Seaford.
Sylvia Dunn.
Very pro-active, sitting on many outside bodies, regularly involved in supporting community events: Seaford 150, Tour of Britain, Seaford Bonfire. Independent mind, heart and voice for the town, wanting it to achieve its best.
Heather Humphries.
I moved to Seaford from Hertfordshire in 1998 to be near my family. I consider Seaford my 'home' now and am passionate about things that happen here. The reason I have joined the committee is because I want to be able to be part of something that wants to keep Seaford the safe, friendly and lovely town it is. I am not a business women, I am not on any other committees, but just an ordinary resident who cares.
Kevin Skippings.
Long term Resident and local businessman.

A G M and Constitution

The committee is subject to re-election or otherwise at an AGM under provisions laid down in the Constiution which can be downloaded here. If you have an interest in helping by joining the Committee, or by being a volunteer to help at events which will publicise the Association and further the town's interests, then please make contact!


SRV charges no membership fee. A donation of just £1 would help with expenses and publicity. Please will you help?