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Bay Life understands that a new postmistress is to be appointed in Pevensey Bay at the 1066 store.

The key convenience store in the Bay is home to a wide range of food offerings as well as being an off licence and Post Office, open seven days a week from 7:00am-10:00pm.

Owners also run the popular Bay Side Diner along the road in the old post office.

Changes are coming at the end of October as we see a number of shops and services in the busy parade of shops, that is at heart of the Bay business community, changing hands.

Part of the change is the recruitment of a new postmistress at the 1066 store to serve customers. A beaming young local woman told us today (Saturday 6 October) “I am just delighted to be offered this opportunity”.

Read special interview feature, 1066 and all That, Personnel Change in the Post Office and the new business footprints in the Bay, in the Pevensey Bay Journal (edition 22), in local newsagents, Saturday 27 October.