INFORMATION DAY: Will be taking place on 23rd April at St Wilfrids Hall and Baptist Church Hall. This is the fourth time this successful event has been held and each time its getting larger ! There will be representatives of over 40 local organisations present, so go and find out all thats going on in Pevensey and Pevensey Bay.
PEVENSEY LITTER PICK: Following the success of the litter pick in Pevensey Bay there is now a litter pick in Pevensey on Saturday 9th April. If you can spare some time to help the village look a bit cleaner then email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01323 743900 Bags and litter pickers will be provided so all you will need is a good pair of gloves.
PEVENSEY CASTLE: The tracking which was laid down to facilitate the movement of vehicles and plant when the North Tower was being repaired have been removed. Whats left is an unsightly mess of dead grass and mud. Surely English Heritage should have had more forethought than leaving the Castle Grounds looking in such a poor state just as the holiday season starts. First we have Castle Cottage abandoned and derelict and now there is an unsightly view of the Castle.
PEVENSEY BAY LIBRARY: East Sussex County Council have issued a statement that they have received the report from the Surveyors and will work through the information provided and discuss the options available. There is a promised update in two weeks time. Hopefully the Library reopening might just get a bit closer
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