Seaton Carew

"Just back from a visit to Seaton, your volunteers there were fabulous!."


We can be found in Unit 1 of Seaton bus station, near the clock. We are the unit closest to the ice cream shop!

Seaton Carew's beautiful beach stretches at least a mile in each direction of the resort centre.  The southern area of the beach leads to protected sand dunes, home of nesting terns in the early summer months.

Nearest town


Post code

TS25 1DA


Parking is available in a number of car parks around the bus station. Rocket House car park is the nearest with 4 disabled bays, these are free to blue badge holders.

Access to the beach

From our storage until the path takes you to a small ramp straight onto the promenade. From here there is another ramp with a gentle incline which leads directly onto the beach.

Seaton Carew has a large expanse of beach, because of this there is a lot of soft sand to cover before reaching the harder sand. This can make pushing quite difficult so needs to be considered before visiting.

When the tide is high there can be very little harder sand, so it’s always advisable to check the tides before you come. You can do this using the Tide Times website Opens in a new window.


At Seaton Carew, we usually have

Please be aware the equipment available may change as we sometimes move equipment between sites.


The promenade is all on one level and has access to a number of cafes, pubs and fish & chip shops. There are also 2 wheelchair friendly picnic benches near the splash play park.


Restrictions are in place on certain areas of the beach between May & October. For detailed information you can check Hartlepool Borough Council websiteOpens in a new window

About the area

Seaton Carew beach lies between Hartlepool & the mouth of the river Tees. There is a vast expanse of sandy beach at low tide and a level promenade which runs all the way to Hartlepool marina.

There is also a play area and splash park.

Upcoming events

Wheelchair line up 2022

After the success of our first event in 2019, we are thrilled to say we will be holding our second North East Wheelchair Line up…

Wheelchair line up 2022

Coming soon on August 29th (Bank Holiday Monday). Further details coming soon!

Latest news

Exciting news from South Shields Surf School

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Thank you to the Coastal Custodian Community

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BANE awarded North East Small Charity of the Year

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Whitley Bay Town Cup 2019

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Could you be a volunteer?

Everything that happens here at BANE happens because of a volunteer. We are currently looking for additional volunteers for Whitley Bay and a pool of…

Can I get a new location added?

We are often asked if we can set up at a new beach. There are lots of factors to take into account when we look…

Who can use one of the Beach Wheelchairs?

Anyone who, for whatever reason, has difficulty walking on the beach. This could be a permanent or temporary disability. The beach wheelchairs need someone to…