A barn which overlooks the Seven Sisters cliffs could be used as a green cafe, performing arts venue or a dark skies at night centre.

People are being asked for their views on the future of South Hill Barn, west of Seaford, and the area surrounding it.

Seaford Town Council said it is essential that they consider its natural surroundings and pioneers sustainability and eco green facilities.

The barn is currently used to sell art inside and has a seating area, as well as a mobile coffee van in the car park.


It was used for the Walk the Chalk event last week to celebrate the “King Charles III England Coast Path, the joys of being in nature, and our iconic landscape”.

South Hill Barn hosted performances, live music, talks, art, and debate during the four day event.

People can submit responses on the barn’s future until midnight on October 31 by clicking on the council website HERE.

Some of the options listed for the barn’s use include an eco-education centre, dark skies at night centre, green cafe, licensed multi-purpose venue for rental, wellbeing centre and visual and performing arts centre.

The barn is currently available for hire for £153.80 per day for commercial events and £38.45 for not for profit/voluntary groups.

For more information, visit seafordtowncouncil.gov.uk