PEVENSEY BAY LIBRARY: East Sussex County Council say they have looked into the findings of the earlier surveyors report on the library and are now getting estimates and putting together a timetable for the works which need doing. They will write to the Landlord and then by May 16th issue a public statement which will include a target date for the opening of the library. Hopefully Pevensey Bay wlil get back a proper working Library rather than the temporary affair in St Wilfrids Hall.
LITTER: There were litter picks organised by Pevensey Parish Council in the Bay and in Pevensey earlier this year, but by the look of some of the pavements and road verges the effect did not last long. Perhaps visitors to the villages could remember to put Litter into the bins provided and keep the villages as a tidy place to visit.
St NICOLAS CHURCH :There will be a talk on May 18th at 7pm by Dr Scott Mclean on ‘Pevensey’s Significance in British History - the archaeological record’ It will be a highly illustrated presentation providing an overview of Pevensey’s early development and the factors which shaped its growth with a particular focus on the archaeological record. Tickets are £7 and funds raised will go towards the 800th anniversary Res
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