Seascale is a small seaside resort rich in Victorian history. It is located on the Irish sea coast of Cumbria and has a population of just under 2000 people. Seascale has become a popular holiday destination in the North of England boasting miles of clean sandy beaches and fresh sea air. The village recently renovated their historical wooden jetty, which is a focal point for fishing, water sports and is the main starting point for many of the village walks. Seascale is only a short drive from the Lake District National Park a hugely popular tourist attraction.
Seascale is home to Sellafield, a large multi-function nuclear site. Sellafield is now being decommissioned after 50 years of nuclear activity which is a vast and complex project.
The village is close to the A595 and has a railway station that runs regularly between Carlisle and Barrow-in-Furness.