'Sea for Yourself'
'Sea for Yourself' is a new marketing campaign launched by Defra in March 2020 and supported by Seafish that aims to get more of the British public eating fish. One of the key messages of the campaign is that you can get all the benefits of eating lovely fresh fish by cooking it yourself while trying out interesting and exciting recipes.
The Sea's the day project has recipe cards willingly provided by local eateries and suppliers to get you started. You can find the recipe cards in the link in the box at the bottom of this page.
Follow this link to find out more about what Seafish has to say about the 'Sea for Yourself' campaign.
Follow these links to meet some local suppliers:
The ‘Sea’s the Day’ project aimed to raise the profile of Selsey’s fishing industry in a historical context, but also to emphasise pressures on the current fishing industry from a changing economic scene and a changing climate. The project took place thanks to a National Lottery Heritage Fund (yes, HLF has changed its name) grant of £35,800. Selsey Town... Read More»
The Recipe cards were the first part of the project to be completed and have been hugely successful. The aim was to take local catch and show you wonderful recipes giving you ideas about how to cook it in your own kitchen. Many restaurants across the Manhood Peninsula take pride in serving local produce, particularly seafood, and kindly agreed to... Read More»
Sea's the Day: The Fishermen of Selsey Bill. The film is one of the high points of the project. Millstream Productions did a wonderful job as they worked with the project team to sift through the oral history interviews to identify likely candidates to sit in front of a camera. This was followed by filmed interviews at locations on... Read More»