New website set to put Seaton on the map

PUBLISHED: 06:59 03 March 2016

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A new ‘accessible’ website and information hub has been launched by Seaton Town Council to promote the resort’s many attractions.

Designed to feature information for both tourists and locals, aims to include everything needed to help people enjoy their visit.

Councillors hope it will become a central resource for those wanting to find out more about what’s on offer in the town. It includes information on attractions, advice on exploring the stunning natural environment and details of the year-round outdoor activities, along with where to stay, eat or shop. There is help to plan a trip to the town and details about accessibility, church services, parks and gardens.

Stunning pictures by local photographer Paul Thompson capture the beauty of the resort and its views.

The website also includes a dedicated events section with information on activities taking place in and around the town, which Seaton organisations can use to publicise their events.

Karin Frewin, marketing and events specialist, said: “Seaton is an important, unique gateway to the Jurassic Coast and the new website really highlights the amazing natural resources, scenery, and attractions on offer. Along with the town guide, it will be a real asset in helping to attract visitors and showing locals everything that’s now available in the town.”

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