TWO CARS were damaged by vandals in Camber Drive earlier this month and the police are investigating.
They are also looking into some suspicious activity in Mountney Drive and suspects trying car door handles in Church Lane.
Local officers have repeated their warning to motorists not to leave valuables on view in their cars.
PEVENSEY Local Action Team has come up with the latest edition of its newsletter SPLAT.
It is circulated mostly by email but some copies are available to pick up in St Wilfrid’s Hall, St. Nicolas’s church and several shops in the Bay, including the kiosk at Beachlands.
This edition concentrates on the splendid progress at the skate park behind the Haven garage, although it does have some stern words about litter.
AN APPLICATION has gone in to demolish one of the seafront bungalows on Coast Road and replace it with a newly-built house.
The owner of 206 Coast Road, Mr Keith Baker, from Tring in Hertfordshire, has made the application to Wealden to knock down the bungalow and garage and put up the new build.
ADVANCE tea date for your diary. Mel and Phil Taylor will be putting on the tea on April 1 at the Ocean View bakery and restaurant between 3.30pm and 5.30pm.
They have the Sovereign Singers performing a mixture of songs old and new and the charity that will benefit is Eastbourne Blind Society.
The afternoon tea consists of tea, scones and sandwiches and there will be a raffle as well with all proceeds going to the blind society.
The price for the tea is £7.50 per person. They can accommodate up to 45 people.
SEE PHIL on the telly next month, too! Him and mate Bob Godfrey will be on the Channel 4 programme Coach Trip, that starts a new series on February 14. Surprise in store because Phil and Bob had to duck out of the series when Phil met up with an accident abroad!
Full details on the telly!