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THIS WEEK Beach Tavern Development: Time to find a sensible solution

COMMUNITY New arts and crafts group launches for Pevensey Bay in January 2019

BUSINESS Action in Rural Sussex back in Pevensey Bay


The Journal is published today (12 April), sent direct to the desktops of our digital subscribers. The independent newspaper for Pevensey Bay, edition No.17 will be available in local newsagents from tomorrow, Friday 13 April.—Bay Life

Pevensey Bay Journal, edition 17 published, plus four page eventboard insert

COVER STORY: Did Pevensey Bay play a part in the birth of situation comedy in this country? Julie Warren:
LEADERBOARDS: There is Tavern in the Town, The Future of Pevensey Bay Library
THE BIG STORY: Pevensey Bay LIbrary:
BUSINESS NEWS: Bay Hotel Guest Register:
NEWS: Pevensey Parish Council Information Day 2018:
TOWN AND COUNTRY: Huw Merriman MP Pavement Parking Review:
BOOK EXTRACT: Glarnies, Green Berets & Goons: The Life and Legacy of Larry Stephens Julie Warren
PARISH NOTES: Father Tony Windross, Alan Everard
LETTERS AND COMMENT Peter Sellers, Tony Hancock, Vehicles of Yesteryear:
ESSENTIALS: Community assets, Visit Us
COURT AND SOCIAL: Open Mic Night, St. Nicolas Church Jubilate, Jobs, Classified
BACK PAGE: That Was The Week that Was: Vehicles of Yesteryear 2018.
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BAY LIFE JOURNAL: At the birth of the hyperlocal press in Sussex
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