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We are looking for interesting Seaton Valley locations to install webcams. If you can help with this please email info@seatonvalley.co.uk

Ideally these would be town centre locations on business premises but anything with an interesting viewpoint can be used. We will provide all the equipment required which is modest and pay for the connection on an ongoing basis. In return sponsorship on the camera pages will be offered in perpetuity.

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Hi Andy what will the purpose of the cameras be please? Security, demographics...?

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Mainly for a bit of fun. Our sister site Bedlington.co.uk has had one for a couple of years now and it has proved popular (https://www.bedlington.co.uk/forums/topic/5552-bedlington-goes-live/). It's used by expats to check in on for nostalgia reasons. People that can't make fair days and Christmas light switch-ons etc. Some people just like to wave for friends and family. The seemingly mundane can often throw up some nice surprises. There's a "secret wave" that only the members know ? Here's a screen grab from the Bedlington one that is only available to members. 


There's been a few Abbey Road re-enactments on that crossing. 

Positioning of the camera is done so as not to impose on anybody's privacy and there is no recording. The resolution is high enough to be interesting but low enough to make nefarious purposes impractical. This is not about crime prevention or security. 

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