ANDERIDA LOCAL HISTORY GROUP: To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Great War have been working on an exciting project researching local soldiers who fought in the conflict. There is a military timeline of battles on pevenseyv illagepartnership.org and there is also a booklet available which contains many of the fascinating stories.
The next project is to record Wold War II in Pevensey -a conflict which is within living memory of many people living in the village. New people are welcome to join in with the project. The meetings every second Wednesday each month from 2pm till 4pm at the Aqua Bar Pevensey Bay. You can find out more details from Patricia on 01323 741930 email@example.com
PEVENSEY BAY COUNTRY MARKET: will reopen on March 10th after the Christmas break with the usual wide variety of stalls including fresh meat and home baking and of course tea/coffee and biscuits are available. Anyone interested in helping the market or having a stall can contact Janet the market manager, either at the market or on 01323 768994
CASTLE COTTAGE TEAROOMS KNIT AND NATTER: Meeting every Friday at 10am till 12 A friendly group for crafters and those who would like to learn knitting, crochet, sewing, quilting etc. Make new friends, share patterns and get inspiration and ideas or help and advice with your project - its billed as ‘Don’t be sheepish, don’t be shy Grab some wool And just drop by Knit and natter, cake and tea (and your second pot is free) Special price is £4.50 which includes tea and a choice of cake.
PRIORY COURT CHARITY QUIZ: This months quiz will be held on Wednesday 15th of March and be in aid of JPK Project (formed to provide a supported living centre for people with a leaning disability) The maximum team number is 6 and entry is £2 per person. The Quiz starts at 7.30 and it is recommended you book a table as they are usually quite packed !!
PEVENSEY COURT HOUSE: You may notice work going on in the High Street. The Gaol area is having some of the old plaster removed and re-plastered with new lime plaster and then limewash -re-instated as it is supposed to be. Its all a long process, the temperatures evidently have to be above 5 degrees and the lime plaster needs putting on in several layers and then the coats of limewash. Just shows how building work in the past involved a lot more than a trip down to the DIY store. This year the Court House will have been open for 50 years as a Museum, so when it reopens at Easter do go along and take a look or if you fancy being a volunteer and getting into Gaol for an afternoon or two then please get in touch.
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