Our History

    • After World War II, hundreds of Old People's Welfare Committees were established in towns and villages across the country to look after older people as there was no welfare state.  Thus the Seaford Old People's Welfare Committee was born.
    • In 1963 with the creation of the Charity Commission, the Seaford Old People's Welfare Committee was registered under Registration No. 218379.
    • In April 1966, the Seaford Old People's Welfare Committee founded the Downs Day Club.
    • In early 70's, all the Old People's Welfare Committees in the country changed their name to Age Concern.  We then became Age Concern Seaford.
    • In 1982 Age Concern Seaford signed a 60 year lease with the Council for the premises at Sutton Corner to be used by the Downs Day Club which is now known as the 60 Plus Club which still operates from the same premises.


    First Meeting of Seaford's Old People's Welfare Committee 26th May 1960


    Charity Registration on 4th April 1963