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Sink One 4 Seaford: Following the success of the Scylla project off Plymouth, Tony Fowler suggested a similar project for his home town of Seaford in Sussex.
This lead to the creation of 'SinkOne4Seaford' as Tony started to canvas for and gain local support.
The initial title was extended to 'Sink One 4 Seaford and Newhaven'.
A number of public meetings were held, there were the inevitable small number of objections to the proposed project, but in general local support for the project was good and strong.
There was a hiatus on the project during 2007/2008 as Tony was busy running his business and had to put the scuttling project on the back burner.
Sink One 4 Sussex: The title 'SinkOne4Seaford and Newhaven' was considered to be a bit of a mouthful and it was felt to be too specific, so a new title was suggested with the aim of extending the coastal area of interest, thereby making the project relevant to a wider audience and therefore more likely to gain wider support. Sink One 4 Sussex was born.