Pevensey and Pevensey Bay

ST NICOLAS CHURCH: will be hosting a Baroque Concert on Sunday 5 July at 19.00. It will feature suites for cello and lute and sonatas for flute and continuo played on traditional period instruments by Andrew Maginley, Catherine Rimer and Neil McLaren. Tickets are available on the door or at www.wegottickets.com/event/319680

WALKING FOR HEALTH: Meet up at the Library in Pevensey Bay at 9.45 on Monday mornings. Last Monday was a ‘full house’ who enjoyed a stroll around the Bay, fresh air, exercise and friendly company. Everyone is welcome and the walk ends (though not obligatory) for Tea at the Ocean Cafe

OLD POST OFFICE: Has been transformed over the last few weeks and will be opening as a Cafe on July 11th. This of course is the Cafe which is currently running in the 1066 stores moving to its very own premises.

STONE CROSS WINDMILL SUMMER FAIR: will be held on Saturday 11 July at 10 till 12 at Westham Village Hall. Entry is 50p to include a cup of tea or coffee with stalls of cakes, local produce, bric a brac and tombola. All proceeds go to maintaining the Mill

GHOST WALKS: A ghost walk is not just for Haloween they run in Pevensey all year round every Saturday (with the exception of this Saturday 4th). They start at the Castle Car Park at 19.30 and last for 90 minutes. It still is just about dark enough to turn the lantern on for ten minutes at the end - so if you like ghost stories but not the dark then now is the best time to come!

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