Helen Glover’s Victory Parade

posted on September 7th, 2016 by Laura

Helen Glover waving to crowds of Penzance on her victory parade

We headed to Penzance on Sunday to celebrate Helen Glover’s incredible Olympic journey.  Read the rest of this entry »

Tales From The National Lobster Hatchery

posted on September 7th, 2016 by Laura

Lobster illustration by Jodie, one of our Seasalt Artists

Not far from our Padstow shop is a charity doing big things for the lobster population. The National Lobster Hatchery focuses on the education and research of marine conservation and how this effects the nation’s favourite crustacean.

We caught up with Dom Boothroyd, manager of the hatchery, to find out all about the charity… Read the rest of this entry »

category: Padstow
No Comments

Exploring Poldark’s Cornwall

posted on September 4th, 2016 by Laura


Poldark is back and we’re just a tiny bit excited! The design studios have been a buzz with anticipation for the return of the rugged Aiden Turner Cornish scenery to our screens. The hit BBC drama is filmed all around Cornwall, and in many of the same locations we’ve used to shoot our collections. We spend a lot of time exploring our beloved county and although we haven’t bumped into the Poldark stars just yet we have visited a lot of the film locations, here are a few of our favourites… Read the rest of this entry »

Matt’s Leach Pottery Apprenticeship – Summer Update

posted on August 26th, 2016 by Laura

Pottery jugs thrown by Matt the Seasalt Leach Pottery apprentice

Since my last blog I have been super busy. I’ve spent about two weeks on mug handles which we have all been retrained on to make sure they are being done correctly. I’ve also spent a lot more time loading glaze kilns, especially the large kiln which has helped me learn more about where the hot and cold spots are, and better understand how the kiln fires and how the circulation of the air effects the firing. As well as loading and unloading bisque kilns, and throwing mugs and egg cups. Read the rest of this entry »

The Adventures of a Lottie Dress

posted on August 24th, 2016 by Laura

Our Seasalt Lottie Dress makes it to the top of Machu Picchu | Seasalt Cornwall

We love seeing where in the world you take your favourite Seasalt styles. We’ve seen jackets in Jordan, coats in Canada, and bags in Barbados, but never before have we seen one of our dresses visit so many places around the world. Read the rest of this entry »

Seasalt and the Fishermen’s Mission

posted on August 23rd, 2016 by Laura

Neil Chadwick presenting a cheque to the Fishermen’s Mission for our 2015 Charity Jute Bags

Why do we support the Fishermen’s Mission?

It’s the only charity working around the entire UK coastline that provides 24 hour emergency support as well as crucial practical, financial, spiritual and emotional care to fishermen and their families. There’s no escaping the sea when you’re in Cornwall – happily it’s around almost every corner – and at the heart of Cornwall’s culture and traditional industry are our fishing communities. Cornwall and its seas are beautiful and calm for lots of the year, but come the bad weather they can be perilous. In fact, fishing is known as the most dangerous livelihood in the UK. We first started supporting the Fishermen’s Mission in 2012, and we’re proud to have raised over £20,000 for them so far.

A few of our most recent fundraising efforts include…

Read the rest of this entry »

We’re Excited to be Back in Bury St Edmunds

posted on August 8th, 2016 by Laura

Seasalt Bury St Edmunds

After eight weeks of interior design, planning approvals, building work, unique craft work, painting and visual merchandising, our beautifully refurbished shop in Bury St Edmunds has transformed! We’re so excited to be back in this welcoming and historic market town. Here’s a sneak peek at the process. Read the rest of this entry »

Seasalt at Port Eliot Festival 2016

posted on August 8th, 2016 by Nikki

Seasalt at Port Eliot 2016

We had an unforgettable time at Port Eliot Festival last weekend!

Down by the river, the sound of traditional sea shanty singing filled the air in our Fisherman’s Yard, while our series of inspiring workshops, with special guest artists, celebrated the best of our Cornish maritime and artistic heritage. Read the rest of this entry »

6 Things Not To Miss At Port Eliot Festival

posted on July 28th, 2016 by Laura

Seasalt's Fisherman's Yard at Port Eliot Festival Cornwall

We’ve been looking forward to this year’s Port Eliot Festival since we packed up our Fisherman’s Yard at last year’s festival! Our Fisherman’s Yard is back again this year, and after a long few days of setting it all up, it’s looking pretty great.

Aside from all our workshops, storytelling and shanty singing we’re also looking forward to getting out and exploring the festival.

Here are our top 6 things not to miss…

Read the rest of this entry »

Behind The Scenes On Our Summer Harvest Photoshoot

posted on July 22nd, 2016 by Laura

The Seasalt photography team explored Trenouth Farm for July's photoshoot

We love getting out and about finding locations for our photoshoots. Our most recent shoot took us to a farm near Padstow, where we spent the day capturing our latest collection inspired by the golden days of a Cornish summer, bountiful Cornish harvests and bright, golden wheat fields.  Read the rest of this entry »