. tec-automotive
. .

THIS WEEK Story about Tony Hancock and his stays at hotel in Pevensey Bay attracts national interest


COMMUNITY JOBSBOARD: Pevensey Memorial Hall Management Committee: Caretaker required


LETTERS Angry Pevensey Bay parent and would be paramedic daughter, £30,000 please

keep me posted

LITTER PICK SUNDAY 4TH MARCH 2018 Please come along to Sea Road Car Park at 10 am. Bring a pair of strong gardening gloves. Bags and pickers will be provided and a couple of hours should make a big difference to the unsightly litter problem. It would greatly help if you could phone 01323 743900 […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1-1

To the editor My father in law used to stay in Pevensey before the Second World War in a house called Seagulls – almost on the beach – Little lane and then on the Beach – close to a butcher (in those days I suppose there were lots of shops) I am not sure if […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

Karen Hudson ran an incredibly successful family event with her Disney Day on Saturday.  My great niece and nephew loved it – it was wonderful to see so many children scampering around in their disney costumes, and also young people getting together and having a good time.  She really does deserve a big public well […]

Screen-Shot-2018-01-25-at-16.52.48

I’m sorry to say that our labradoodle Bubbles was involved in a second incident with a fisherman’s hook. During her walk last night she became tangled up in a line, attached to it was two hooks. One became embedded in her mouth and the second in her back leg. She was taken to the emergency […]

220px-Tony-hancock

Dear Sir, Bay Hotel We lived there from 1954-1971.. My mother and father made a wonderful place to stay on the south coast. We had Italian chefs..and a great working staff. The guests were from all walks of life.. including Tony Hancock..Sabrina, Ronald Shiner..and The Batchelors..only a few of celebrities that I can remember….We had […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

To the editor Sad, and sudden, closure of the Pevensey & Westham Playgroup Having read of the sad, and sudden, closure of the Pevensey & Westham Playgroup, I write to offer the parents of the children who attended the playgroup an opportunity to have some free sessions at the nearby Herstmonceux Pre-school. As a village […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

To editor I am seething, I placed an order online for a Miah take away on Thursday 28th December at 7.15pm, I received order confirmation. I was home alone with no way of contacting them other than email and chase my order at around 8.35pm and no reply. I got another order receipt on Saturday […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

Sir Is there any funding put aside for Pevensey Bay pedestrian walk ways. I am looking at the side where the pavement is very wide. Can I suggest the pavement is reduced, and the parking bays lined in preparation of any forthcoming parking restrictions. In addition some greenery like pots and tress as looks like […]

Screen-Shot-2017-11-24-at-09.23.19

IMAGE CREDIT: Dani Lee To the editor I just want to say that I agree with every word that your young correspondent, Dani Lee said in her article in the latest Journal Gina Bowman editor: We have had a small mailbag of very positive comment about the opinion piece written by Dani Lee in the […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

Sir, Well done and a big thank you to Pevensey Parish Council for their decision to agree in principle a contribution towards a joint funding proposal currently under discussion by the joint working party chaired by Huw Merriman,MP aimed at helping the library open. Bearing in mind the number of library members from the adjoining […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

To the editor With the imminent decision on the future of Beach Tavern, perhaps Pevensey Bay community have overlooked a possibility. Majority of pubs that have closed especially in small communties, have been taken over by the community and run successfully. As a suggestion and to throw this into the ‘pot’ why not try and […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

Greetings Grenville is the name of my oldest brother My father built Grenville Road in the 1930s and the original properties on the road that are still there from that time. Grenville is the name of my oldest brother. When I was in my teens they started building other homes. We sold #3 Gremville Road […]

Screen-Shot-2017-09-13-at-21.11.11

To Bay Life Too soon to despair Thanks for keeping the coverage going on the proposed library closure. I know many people are disheartened about the future of the library. But is it books that are stacked against the library opening as suggested in your headline or the lack of political will locally? There is […]

13620191_10205135204698257_4588041427510830919_n

Dear Sir The 12 units beach huts in front of the Sea Road car park @ 4m c/c will pretty well block the view of the sea as well as access. My reaction is these are not appropriate in this location. I doubt Wealden could make this pay due to the superannuated overhead they would […]

Letters-to-the-Editor111-1

Closure of Pevensey Bay Library Just heard that pevensey bay library is on the proposal to close!! the community fought hard to have it reinstated after the flood. It would be a shame / disgrace that money was wasted refurbishing the facility. It has to be saved. Perhaps the Ray Foss library isn’t such a […]