A free event which celebrated the contribution individuals and groups make to the quality of life in Seaford was sponsored by Seaford Labour Party.
The audience at Celebrating Seaford, held at Seaford Little Theatre, included invited organisations and members of the public.
The event, which organisers said was non political, was hosted by prospective parliamentary candidate for Labour in Lewes Lloyd Russell-Moyle.
Around 40 guests, including Seaford Mayor Mark Brown, attended Celebrating Seaford on Friday May 2, including people who had made a significant contribution towards improving the town.
A poll was conducted in the audience to find who they thought had made the most significant impact on Seaford’s quality of life.
The runner up was food bank Seahaven Storehouse and the winner was The Seaford Responders, who attend ambulance calls and support paramedics.
Ways to improve the quality of life in the town further, suggested by the audience, included a timetable for improving health facilities and jobs for Seaford school leavers.
Lloyd asked guests what the biggest issue for Seaford today was. To tell Lloyd or us what you think the biggest issues in Seaford are write to the Sussex Express or to Lloyd Russell-Moyle, 3 North Street, Lewes BN7 3PA.