Pevensey and Pevensey Bay

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: A suspicious incident occurred in Pevensey Bay when a man was caught on CCTV walking down the drive and through the small gate of a garden of a house in Cobald Road at 5am on Monday 14th September. He made no attempt to enter the house and carried on to the rear of garden where he exited the property He was carrying what’s looked like a hand held drill and a shopping bag. He was described as being In his thirties and around 5ft 10 wearing blue jeans, a dark brown leather look bomber jacket with a logo/patch on the left breast, a grey flat cap and grey gloves. If you recognise the description or saw something suspicious in the early hours of Monday morning the police request you email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or ring 101 quoting serial 0361 of 14/9

ESSO STATION: at Pevensey Roundabout will be changing to a BP Station on 5th October. From the evening of the 4th October they will be closing at 22.00 and this may continue for six weeks.

PEVENSEY GHOST WALKS :Look out for the continuing Pevensey Ghost Walks this October with Halloween just over a month away. This year Halloween will occur on a Saturday and coincide with the normal Ghost Walk evening. So if you fancy a night out with a difference call 07740 828215 or visit www.sussexguidedwalks .co.uk

INKSPOT: the next meeting is on Friday October 2nd at Pevensey Bay Baptist Church and the theme will the ‘The Meeting’ The group meet the first Friday every month and advertise you don’t even need to write a single word to enjoy the evening. Entry cost £2 which includes refreshments and listeners are just as welcome as writers!

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