Churches - information about Seaham’s christian churches
Town Twinning - a little about Seaham’s twin town Gerlingen.
The pages below are old and were removed as the site was updated. However, we think
that things have changed so much in Seaham over the 13 years since the site was established
that they are interesting in themselves. Hence the Golden Oldies section.
These old but valued pages may be found in a variety of places on the site . You
will recognise them because we have marked them “Golden Oldies”.
There are some great features in the Harbour Chat Room . We are confident that these
facilities will help build Seaham Harbour's on-line community. Home or abroad you
will want to join in.
From here you can link to all parts of this web site and learn about our town, its
industry & commerce, its fascinating history, its friendly people and the plans
for its "re-birth".
Please visit our rather unusual GUESTBOOK before you leave.
THE SITE IS STILL BEING UPDATED. Please use this Site Guide and the BACK button of
your browser to help navigate.
This site also manages the web site of Seaham Dawdon & Vane Tempest Banner Fund.
You will find pages of mining heritage and pages about the work done by the Banner
Fund in order to ensure that Seaham’s mining heritage is not forgotten.
There are pages setting out details of the mining heritage education projects which
have been an important aspect of the work of the Banner Fund.
Seven Seaham Primary Schools participated in projects two important mining heritage
projects led by SDVT Banner Fund which have received significant acclaim. You can
follow the projects month by month as they progressed.
We manage the web site of “The Friends of Seaham’s War Memorials”. The Town’s monuments
need urgent attention. Why not become a “Friend”?
The new George Elmy Lifeboat Way and the Durham Coastal Footpath are the talk of
the north east. We've put together a photo gallery.
Local organisations can publicise details of up and coming events or about notable
acheivements. Get those items of news which don't appear in the local paper. Advertise
your club event.