Seaside Walk Week

posted on May 19th, 2015 by Nikki Phillips

St Ives

This weekend our friends at the Family Holiday Association will be pulling on their wellies, packing their cameras and making their way from Chy Morvah in St Ives, along the coast to Carbis Bay to take part in an exciting new event, Seaside Walk Week! This great initiative is raising funds to help struggling families get a break away from some of the toughest challenges in life.

The week starts on Saturday and includes a series of nine guided walks at picturesque locations across the UK including St Ives in Cornwall, Lulworth Cove in Dorset and Southend-on-Sea in Essex (we wish we could take part in them all!). You can enjoy a leisurely 2- 4 mile short walk, or if you fancy something a little more challenging, there’s the option to take part in a longer 10 mile walk.

With our Design Studios overlooking Falmouth Bay, the sea is always at the heart of what we do, so Seaside Walk Week is an ideal way for us to celebrate our beautiful coastline and villages.

To sign up to a walk, or for more information please visit:

If you’re taking part in the St Ives or Lulworth Cove walk, make sure you pick up your Seasalt Jute to pop your walking gear in, we hope to see you there.

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April Showers Bring May Flowers

posted on April 30th, 2015 by Nikki Phillips


Here at Seasalt we love it when it rains and we’re not afraid to admit it!

We don’t let a shower stand in our way of exploring the beautiful Cornish coastal paths and cliffs, we embrace it. We love the sweet smell before a cloudburst, the tiny droplets landing on our noses and the relaxing pitter-patter of the rain as it falls on a long, sandy stretch of beach.

To celebrate our love of the wet stuff and to raise funds for Marie Curie we held a ‘wear your wellies to work day’ last week. There were colourful flowers planted in wellingtons, rain themed treats and a ‘welly good’ photo-shoot. Our Distribution Centre devised an amazing weather themed playlist for the day, which you can listen to below, and our staff even had the chance to win tickets to the Eden Project!

Here’s a sneak peek of what we got up to!











If you’re in need of some inspiration for summer’s downpours, check out our Seasalt RAIN collection.



Win a signed Charity Jute Shopper!

posted on March 27th, 2015 by Nikki Phillips


Our limited edition Charity Jute Shoppers have been flying out of our shops this week and to celebrate we’re giving away one of each bag, signed by the celebrity who designed them!

If you haven’t already seen them, the bags have been exclusively designed by some of our well known famous friends, Dame Judi Dench, Savannah Miller, Alex Polizzi and Monty Halls.

£1 from each of the Jute Shoppers will be donated straight to Fishermen’s Mission, a charity we’ve been working with for the last few years now. They’re a fantastic charity who provide emergency support and practical care for fishermen and their families in Cornwall and across the UK.

To enter the competition, simply head over to our Facebook page, leave a comment under the picture of the bags with your favourite design and what you’d put in your bag and we’ll pick four winners at random.


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Behind The Scenes of our Charity Jute Bag Press Launch

posted on January 30th, 2015 by Nikki Phillips


Earlier in the week, we packed our bags and took a trip to the big city to launch our Charity Jute Bags to some of the country’s top media and bloggers.

The bags have been exclusively designed by some of our well known friends, Dame Judi Dench, Savannah Miller, Alex Polizzi and Monty Halls. £1 from each of the Jute Shoppers will be donated straight to Fishermen’s Mission, a charity we’ve been working with for the last few years now. The bags will be on sale from the end March, but we wanted to give the press a sneak peak of the unique designs.

The event was held at the very chic Wright Brothers Soho Oyster House right in the heart of London.

The Seasalt Marketing Team arrived early in the afternoon to arrange the limited edition jutes, fill the goodie bags full of Cornish treats and dress the waiters in unique Seasalt print aprons. With minutes to spare, we pulled on our Lottie Dresses and it was time to welcome to crowds.

As the journalists arrived, the fantastic Fishwives Choir struck up their accordions and belted out a song or two about the wild seas. The atmosphere was charged as the guests reached for a Fish Wives Fizz cocktail, made using Cornish wine maker, Polgoon’s Sparkling Aval.

Two-tiered Fruits De Mer glittered on crushed ice, and the Cornish Oysters were definitely a talking point for lots of people… down in one or give it a chew first?!

We were delighted that Savannah and Monty popped in to say ‘hello’ and shared a glass of fizz with our visitors. All in all it was a fantastic evening and we can’t wait for the bags to launch in our Seasalt Shops and Online. Whose will sell out first?

Let us know what you think of the designs over on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

More details on our limited edition Charity Jute Bags here.









We’re on a mission for our fishermen!

posted on August 12th, 2014 by Laura Ellis

You’ve seen our limited edition T-shirts and Christmas cards in store, as well as the pictures from our charity bake offs at Seasalt HQ and our Midnight Madness walk across Dartmoor, but have you ever wondered why we work so closely with The Fishermen’s Mission to raise money for the charity?

Here in Cornwall we’re very proud to have such an amazing variety of fresh fish landed off our coast every day. It’s because of this that we’re so grateful for the hard work that the Mission puts in to caring for our fishing community.

The sea drives a lot of what we do here in Seasalt, influencing our seasonal colour palette, new patterns and designs. Our latest print, Cods & Pans, was influenced by Denys Val Baker’s book, The Sea’s in the Kitchen, a story that ends with sea bursting in through the author’s kitchen door! While the sea can be a calming and inspirational source, we are reminded that it can also be destructive.

With the glorious sunshine we’ve had here in the South West over the last few weeks, it’s easy to forget the ferocious weather that we experienced earlier in the year. Our fantastic Cornish fishermen were hit particularly hard, with many unable to get out to sea for several weeks and others losing vital fishing equipment and even their fishing boats.

Luckily in the midst of the devastation, there was a light at the end of the tunnel; The Fishermen’s Mission! The UK-wide charity provided emergency support for many fishermen and their families throughout the storms.

Their hard work continues as they have just opened their very first retail outlet in Meneage Street, Helston at the top of the Lizard Peninsula, home to many fishing villages. So if you’re heading to Cornwall this summer don’t forget to pop in and say ‘hello’.

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Wellie wanging to support The Fishermen’s Mission!

posted on April 24th, 2014 by Emma Raczkowski

Seasalt go wellie wanging

As part of ‘Wear Your Wellies to Work’ Day, some of us ventured down to Swanpool beach for a spot of competitive wellie wanging!

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A special Sailor Tee for the Fisherman’s Mission

posted on March 29th, 2014 by Emma Raczkowski

Seasalt charity Sailor Tee Fisherman's Mission

As part of our ongoing support for the Fisherman’s Mission, we’ve decided to donate some money from one of our classic designs, the Seasalt Sailor Tee, to help raise funds for the charity.

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We support The Fisherman’s Mission!

posted on February 17th, 2014 by Emma Raczkowski

Fish Friday


The Fishermen’s Mission is the only fishermen’s charity that provides emergency support alongside practical, financial, spiritual and emotional care to Fishermen & their families.

Here at Seasalt, we are committed to supporting local charities that contribute to the life and wellbeing of the community in and around Cornwall. Throughout 2013 we thought of lots of ways to raise funds for our friends, The Fisherman’s Mission, and raised over £6000. An exclusive edition of our popular Breton stripe Sailor Shirt in the softest organic cotton was sold in our shops and online, and we happily donated £5 from every charity Sailor Shirt sold direct to the Fisherman’s Mission.


We also held our popular annual Christmas Card Competition selling coastal-themed Christmas cards designed by you, our very creative customers. Members of the Seasalt team also took part in the Fishermen’s Mission’s annual fundraising day, Fish Friday, creating fantastic cakes in nothing other than fish themed shapes – our very own fish-cakes! Some of the more adventurous members of the Seasalt team also completed a 13-mile Midnight Madness walk across Dartmoor.

Midnights Mission on Dartmoor


Seasalt’s Joint Managing Director, Neil Chadwick, said, “We have a close affinity with the Fishermen’s Mission with many of our shops in towns with strong fishing communities and traditions. We’re really pleased to have raised this much money and we’re looking forward to seeing how much more we can help.”

Look out for this year’s special edition Sailor Tee, again raising money for the Fishermen’s Mission, due to go on sale in early March!





Help for people affected by the recent storms

posted on February 14th, 2014 by rosie

Penzance Promenade Storm Damage

Penzance seafront following the recent storms

In usual circumstances we love splashing around in our Seasalt Rain coats and wellies but the recent storms have been more intense than anything we have seen before and we have been saddened to witness the terrible damage to people’s homes around the country.

We heard about the Cornwall Community Foundation setting up a brand new Emergency Storm Fund to help with the aftermath of the storms and we immediately donated £500 to help out local people affected by flooding and storm damage. It was set up to assist people whose homes may not have adequate insurance or to households with vulnerable children and adults. It could help to replace lost clothing or food, to replace carpets or furniture or to help with the clean up or structural repair costs. Community organisations and voluntary groups whose properties or activities have been affected can also apply for help.

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Cornwall to Kilimanjaro – our neckerchiefs reach the peak

posted on December 13th, 2013 by Emma Raczkowski


Killi Sea Salt scarf 2

Here at Seasalt, we love getting out and about exploring new places. However, one of our Seasalt neckerchiefs ended up a bit further afield than usual- in Tanzania! Linda from The Natural Store and The Big Beautiful Bunting Company recently got in touch to let us know that Georgie Kirby, fellow partner and founder of the Big Beautiful Bunting Company, used a Seasalt neckerchief during her climb of Mount Kilimanjaro!

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