We are Sidmouth Coastal Community Hub 

We promote sustainable, responsible and vibrant coastal communities through art, culture, heritage and education.

Our Vision

Our Vision is to connect people with the coast and sea to enjoy carefully now and in the future, remembering and valuing them.

Our  Aims

Our aim is to promote a greater understanding of the heritage, community identity, and social inclusion of Sidmouth and other coastal areas, via education, arts and awareness raising.  

We are promoting a sustainable and responsible approach to value, protect engage and regenerate our coastal community and fishing past.


Making a Difference

Creating understanding about local, sustainable and seasonal fish and other coastal activities.

Stimulating ideas and actions that result in a coastal cultural offer to the local community and visitors through events, arts, music and education.

Supporting the development of Sidmouth and other areas with a distinct coastal identity, proudly demonstrated through their fishing past through to current art, music, history and coastal sports and leisure activities.


Our 2021 theme is Rockpools, Reefs and Reconnecting.


Join us on Sunday 18th July 10am till 4pm

for our next pop up event in collaboration with The Thelma Hulbert Gallery – hosting Climate Conversations

on the Ham and in The Fishermen’s Yard, Port Royal, Sidmouth.

Look out for our art installation next to The Ham: “Swimming with/against the tide…listen to the fish”

We will welcome back in person the amazing Helen Scales, marine biologist and author of The Brilliant Abyss. 

East Devon Withy Pots will be demonstrating their fishing heritage crab pot making skills.

Plus creative activities for all to have a go at.


More info to follow. 



If you would like to get involved or book an event please get in touch.