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Sea and Salad Fair

Sea and Salad Fair

The Sea & Salad Fair will take place on East Beach Green, Selsey, on Sunday 23rd August and is one of many events that make up the Selsey Festival 2015. The Sea & Salad Fair will be open between 10.00am - 4.00pm. East Beach Green is located next to East Beach Car Park, which is off Beach Road, Selsey.

There will be opportunities to try snorkelling and paddleboarding; follow the Pirate Trail round East Beach Pond; learn how underwater archaeologists do their job, and get involved in a mini beach clean with the Marine Conservation Society. There will also be music from local bands, lots of stalls selling things to remind you of summer and most importantly lots of lovely food and drink.

Follow this link to find out who is doing what at the Sea & Salad Fair.

The Sea & Salad Fair is being organised by the Manhood Peninsula Partnership, in association with Selsey Festival, Chichester District Council, Selsey Town Council and Selsey Business Partnership.

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