Welcome to the village of Seina, in the central region of Cattala. Seina is currently a small community, and in these updates we’ll study the growth of the area.
This is the village overview, from a small plane on loan from Aldoak Airport. Currently there are 64 residents in the town, with some working in the local farms and shops, and others commuting into Calora and Jennai via the M4.
The only commercial properties in Seina are the village stores, which sell local produce from the farms, such as olives and milk, and general goods that are bought in from the rest of Cattala. Residents need to travel to Calora to find their nearest supermarket and larger shops.
The Brumella farm has been in the Brumella family for hundreds of years, and is one of the oldest buildings in the village. Recently a new member of the family took over control of the farm. He lives in Jennai, and is an industrial magnate at one of the shipyards.
Out in the country, away from the main village, is a large mansion that was also once owned by the Brumella family. Now the house is owned by the former chief executive of Sky Cattala, the country’s largest media organisation.