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THIS WEEK Information on Pevensey Bay in the 1930s, can anyone help identify the locations?


FEATURE Bay Hotel chosen to host Goons Show element of pilot Arts and Literature festival


BUSINESS *** BREAKING NEWS: Pevensey Bay village beats the developers

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VIEW ALBUM HERE: Chris Haley, 1932 Hi there I wonder if by any chance you have any information on Pevensey Bay in the 1930s, or could you point me in the direction of someone who might have such information. Is there maybe an information centre or museum in the area? My mother and her family […]

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Dear Sir We visited Pevensey Bay today (Monday 3 July) and were amazed to see a seal swimming very close to the shore near to where a fisherman was standing with his fishing rod. On further investigation I found reports of similar sightings in 2008, 2012, and another reported in your paper 30 Oct 2016 […]

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Dear Mr Montgomery and Dianne Dear, Further to your kind help of last year, I have pleasure in informing you that the novella in question: This Saxon Shore, which features a fictitious young lady graduate and a Professor of history from UCL and a young doctor in Pevensey in 1900, has just come on sale […]

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Three Peaks Challenge for Willberry Wonder Pony My Son Richard with Grandsons Charlie and Ben, Son-Law Jay with two family friends Max and Ronan are aiming to complete the Three Peaks Challenge which is an attempt to climb the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in ‘one go’. These peaks are Ben Nevis in […]

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Sir As a keen observer of Pevensey Bay Life I have many concerns regarding the strategy and direction that the Pevensey villages take. I do advocate a wider MP led top down analysis of the economic micro climate and tourism strategy of Pevensey Bay and this historic village, littered, as it is, with wealthy organisations […]

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Dear Sir We thought we would support the tea rooms and went for an afternoon tea/coffee. Sadly we came away. I feel it is expensive to pay the £2 all day parking fee, just for a coffee! Unfortunately we came away, tea rooms losing another potential customer Regards Paul Watson

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Dear Sir / Madam This appears in the local paper Your letter reference above dated 13 January 2017 regarding Polegate By Pass Resurfacing Whilst as a user of this road and nearby resident I appreciate that maintenance needs to be carried out to maintain the by pass, the full closure of either one direction or […]

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The Trustees Pevensey Town Trust Pevensey Dear Trustees Not having ever received a written response to my letter 30/01/17 and with only the unminuted outcomes of informal discussions upon which to base my understanding of the Trust’s current stance with regard to ongoing parking issues, it is with regret and a sense of intense disillusionment […]

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Editor I was interested to read the article in Pevensey Bay Life (Action over on-street parking, 17 March) regarding on street parking accompanied by a photo of Pevensey Bay, from which, the conclusion can be reached that the bay is a target for parking decriminalisation as mooted by Wealden District Council in the article. Disturbingly, […]

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To the editor of Pevensey Bay Life My name is Matt Abbott and I work at the Centre for Community Journalism in Cardiff. The Centre for Community Journalism was set up to support new forms of local journalism and to explore, through research conducted at the leading School of Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff […]

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I read with interest the awful development of Beach Tavern. I agree fully the building looks an eyesore, that is even before it is built. It is too big for the bay and totally out of character, Unfortunately we could attend not the meeting on Thurs but the opposition to this development has our whole […]

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Firstly I would like to thank you for publishing my letter (LETTERS TO EDITOR: The Scarecrow Festival is about everybody getting into the spirit of things) regarding the scarecrow festival in your paper as it restores my faith in freedom of speech and the fact that everyone’s opinion counts. I have just read the response […]

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Dear Sir Re:Beach Tavern I have just read that Beach Tavern may be turned into flats. I agree with the comments that it would be better if we had retail units. Pevensey Bay consists of take aways, hairdressers and not much else. It is not a very welcoming village. Paula Bates

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Dear Sir On hearing the news that the Beach Tavern in Pevensey Bay is to be converted into flats I couldn’t help but feel a sense of disappointment. At the junction of Richmond Road and Coast Road, two conversions last year of business properties into domestic accommodation have seen eight new flats built. Of those […]

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Credit to Highways England for responding so quickly to local resident Jayne Howard and with purpose and proposals. Original letter from Jayne Howard also published below.—Bay Life, 25 January 2017 Dear Ms Howard Highways England response – A27 Polegate Resurfacing – ref no: 8284 Thank you for your email of 23 January raising concerns about […]