Fairtrade campaigners were delighted with the success of their annual Fairtrade Market and Tasting held on Saturday 8 March.
More than 200 people attended the event at the Clinton Centre in Clinton Place where they could buy Fairtrade goods.
There were handicrafts from Latin America, silk scarves from Cambodia and cosmetics made with Fairtrade ingredients, as well as Fairtrade cakes, chocolates and biscuits.
The market was held to mark Fairtrade Fortnight and was officially opened by Seaford mayor Mark Brown.
The raffle was drawn by deputy mayor Terry Goodman.
Cllr Brown said that Seaford Town Council was glad to support the Fairtrade Group and he noted that Seaford’s recognition as a Fairtrade town had been renewed.