Seaham


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Seaham

(sē`əm), town (1991 pop. 21,807), Durham, NE England, on the North Sea. Mining and shipping coal were major industries. The manufacture of clothing is now a significant industry.
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Seaham in County Durham has been shortlisted in the Best British Beach category of the 2019 BBC Countryfile Magazine Awards.
The violence unfolded as fans watched the warm-up before nonleague Seaham Red Star's home clash with Sunderland RCA on Tuesday evening.
SEAHAM is wellknown for its earlier importance as a coalshipping port but also has a fine parish church with parts dating from the seventh century, links with Lord Byron and recently-completed features such as the marina.
TREAT yourself to two nights of super-indulgence over either of the May bank holiday weekends - and enjoy a third night of luxury free at Seaham Hall, on the north-east coast.
The Seaham Hall spa | The Seaham Hall spa ENJOY a half price stay on Durham's Heritage Coast where boutique hotel Seaham Hall is offering two nights for the price of one until March 27.
BE AMONG the first to sample the food at the North-East's new celebrity chef-run restaurant on a bargain break at Seaham Hall, near Durham.
DAVID SMITH, the builder at the centre of the Seaham 'killing fields' outcry in the summer when it was alleged that up to 10,000 greyhounds were killed and buried on his land, is facing a private prosecution by the Environment Agency.
Soldiers & memorials of memorials of Seaham World War One has been written by Moira Saunderson and published by the Raymond Terrace Historical Society with the assistance of a cultural grant from the NSW Ministry for the Arts through the RAHS.
Retired miner Mr Billy Brettwood, aged 77, died in April 1997 after he was mistakenly given a massive dose of morphine meant for a dying man in the next room at Seaton View Nursing Home, Seaham, County Durham, a jury was told.
Tonia's Cafe is ideally located in Seaham Hall's car park and has been placed on the market providing a rare business opportunity.