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THIS WEEK NETWORK RAIL: Improvement works: Awareness campaign, 34 stations across Sussex


COMMUNITY Grand Village Draw: In aid of Pevensey Defibrillator Fund


BUSINESS Business Post of Week: Vines Flowers, Westham: Touched to the heart

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LONDON (AND EUROPE) CALLING AT PRIORY COURT
GLORIOUS REVOLUTION AT PRIORY COURT CONTINUES FOR ALL AILMENTS
London Calling. Pink Gin. Total of 29 now. This is some collection at Priory Court … Collection to feature in the new Pevensey Gazette newspaper in print to be launched this August Bank Holiday (25 August). Will make for an interesting destination mouth watering moment for day visitors from across Europe to the historic village of Pevensey, editor Jayne Howard.
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History of Gin (wiki)
The earliest known written reference to genever appears in the 13th century encyclopaedic work Der Naturen Bloeme (Bruges), with the earliest printed recipe for genever dating from 16th-century work Een Constelijck Distileerboec (Antwerp).

By the mid 17th century, numerous small Dutch and Flemish distillers had popularized the re-distillation of malt spirit or malt wine with juniper, anise, caraway, coriander, etc.,which were sold in pharmacies and used to treat such medical problems as kidney ailments, lumbago, stomach ailments, gallstones, and gout. Gin emerged in England in varying forms by the early 17th century, and at the time of the Restoration, enjoyed a brief resurgence. Gin became vastly more popular as an alternative to brandy, when William III, II & I and Mary II became co-sovereigns of England, Scotland and Ireland after leading the Glorious Revolution.


about us
Welcome to The Priory Court Hotel
Steeped in history, the 17th Century Priory Court Hotel is nestled by the stunning and ancient Pevensey Castle in the heart of Pevensey Village.

The hotel offers luxurious accommodation, elegant function rooms, traditional English tea rooms and extensive gardens which together with our bespoke catering, creates a unique ambience for your special occasion.

Priory Court Hotel and Restaurant
Castle Rd, Pevensey BN24 5LG
01323 763 150
thepriorycourthotel.com