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THIS WEEK First taster event for Pevensey Food and Drink Festival


COMMUNITY WISH YOU WERE HERE: A bike shop, arts shop and now a florist


LETTERS Mint House: Village has a vibrant art scene, but few opportunities to display work

THE TABLOID NEWS REVIEW: BAY LIFE AND TIMES FOR THE DIGITAL AGE: edition #29

Edition 29 of the Pevensey Bay Journal is now in local newsagents.

The independent local newspaper looks at possibility of the birth of a niche shop network in Pevensey Bay, with the arrival of three new shops.

The Big Story is about the red telephone box book exchange in Beachlands.

There is news on local musician, Peter Barron who has seen a title track from one of his albums optioned for new movie and a new rock star at night in a rock pool on Pevensey Bay Beach, as well as Autumn playtime for local youngsters sponsored by Taylor Dain Estate Agents and Castle Inn

Columnists include Liam Harper, Sussex undergraduates who lives in Normans Bay, local Conservative Party member Paul Minter, local resident, Alan Everard on Art and Nature, local write r, Michael racher on the arts and Father Tony Windross, the vicar of Peveney.

There is also a book review of Unmasking the Wolf, a a new book by local resident Carolyn Little about how to understand your dog.

Leaderboards look at Huw Merriman and third anniversary of Jo Cox Foundation.Thoughts, words and deeds and 2020 vision: Pevensey Bay and the homegrown path to niche shops and festivals

Letters page and busines briefings.

4 page supplement on local Music and Events and 4 page Pevensey Food and Drink magazine.

All for 40pence, available in local newsagents from today (Saturday 5 October).
Also available as digital edition, £6:50 for ten editions yearly.
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