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THIS WEEK REVIEW: ITV Drama Flesh and Blood, filmed on location in Normans Bay

COMMUNITY Life of local campaigner, Jan Barron, to be celebrated in community with new award

LATEST ON JOBSBOARD Bay Hotel and Bar, waiter / waitress to join our growing team


image credit: Bay/PA, Steve Malone, Beach Tavern, Pevensey Bay . The Signs of the Times Sarah Mosedale Clerk,  Pevensey Parish Council Statement 5 March 2020 re: LETTERS: Beach Tavern planning consent: the Wealden District Councillor for Pevensey Bay could not be bothered to comment on this well trailed meeting I would like to issue a […]


image credit: Bay/PA, Steve Malone, Beach Tavern, Pevensey Bay . The Signs of the Times Dear Editor One can only express disappointment at Pevensey Parish Councils Chairmans’ lack of awareness as to how the planning system works following his statement on 2nd March. The Wealden Planning Committee South met on 27th February to discuss the […]


image credit: Oyster House, Pevensey Bay: MasonBryant/Zoopla As the owner of an Oyster Bungalow I wondered if the architect worked for Martin and Saunders as I understood they were the architects for the bungalows. I am very interested in your idea of a book Gaynor Lamb. History of Oyster Houses Martin and Saunders Famous Myths […]


Picture caption: Kanna Ingleson got help to deal with her alcohol dependency and now supports others to overcome similar challenges People in East Sussex are being asked to give their views on how support for people with drug and alcohol disorders is delivered in the county East Sussex County Council is asking people to join […]


East Sussex schools have been recognised in an event at Westminster for their role in elections to a representative youth body More than 60 pupils and staff from schools across the county attended a Democracy Awards event at the Houses of Parliament to celebrate the election of the new East Sussex Youth Cabinet. A total […]


image credit`: Govia Thameslink: Alan Harvey Brighton-based Alan has retired after 49 years on the railway A long-serving Brighton railway worker has been given a send-off to remember by 100 colleagues past and present. Alan Harvey was 17 when he joined the railway in 1971 as a ‘box boy’, working with a signaller. He then […]


image credit: East Sussex County Council Green residents in East Sussex fuelled a record-breaking post-Christmas recycling blitz, new figures reveal East Sussex County Council data shows a whopping 4,695 tonnes of recycling – the weight of 783 African elephants – was processed from kerbside collections last month, beating the previous best set last year by […]


NEWS UPDATE: Pevensey Parish Council responds to Wealden Council decision over Beach Tavern site In a thoughtful and well measured response by chairman of Pevensey Parish Conncil, Peter Lowton, the parish council places on record the disappointment of the council in relation to the decision making process at Wealden District Council with the planning application […]


Four new apprentices have just started their working life at Wealden District Council “As one of the largest local employers in the District, it is important we play our part in offering career opportunities to young people,” said Councillor Roy Galley, Cabinet member with responsibility for workforce development. “This is the fifth apprenticeship scheme we […]


Poet, Philipa Couglan who lives in the community launched her poetry competition on Sunday 1 March The competition is part of the local VE Day 75 celebrations that are to take place in the locality. POETRY PLEASE FOR PEVENSEY:is a competition which will be showcased with winners receiving their awards at an event hosted by […]


The Smugglers Inn is to stage an art show in March. The historic public house in Pevensey now has a range of interesting and eclectic events that are drawing in both residents and visitors As well as an art show and another of their successful ticket only wine tasting events, there is a bill of […]


More than £6 million was collected from developers across Wealden during 2018/19 to help fund infrastructure improvements. The biggest beneficiary from the £6.12 million collected from the year’s Community Infrastructure Levy will be future road improvements to the Ersham Road Diplocks roundabout and other highway schemes in the south of Wealden. These are receiving an […]


Lucks Cottages Pevensey Bay, researcher looks to her own family history to find extraordinary links Local resident and genealogist, Gill Darbyshire, who lives in North Road in the heart of Pevensey Bay is discovering her family history and seeing some extraordinary photographic evidence about where her family lived. The patterns from her research show how […]


THE BAND ARE HITTING THE ROAD AND HEADING TO EASTBOURNE!TICKETS ON SALE 10am MONDAY 2nd MARCH SCHOOL OF ROCK THE MUSICAL Congress Theatre Tuesday 10 – Saturday 14 August 2021 7.30pm Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday matinees 2.30pm Andrew Lloyd Webber’s smash hit West End and Broadway musical School of Rock is to embark on its […]


image credit: Spa Valley Railway, Govia Thameslink Passengers travelling to London, affected by an emergency closure of the Uckfield line this weekend, can use their tickets on the steam and diesel heritage Spa Valley Railway at Eridge to reach alternative services from Tunbridge Wells The scheduled Spa Valley Railway service will supplement a direct replacement […]