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THIS WEEK Historic Mint House in Pevensey: Plan for part of ground floor to become community asset


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


BUSINESS Hayley Fitton: New landlady at Royal Oak and Castle in Pevensey, talks to Bay Life

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Yesterday (10 June), St. Nicolas church reported on their twitter feed that they had been the victim of ‘Heritage crime’.

They said ” “Disappointed today to discover that we’ve been the victims of @HeritageCrime .Lead has been stolen from our roof which has caused flooding near the porch door…a tragedy given the years of fundraising we’ve done to try and fix the roof recently”.

Today they show the results of the theft with this message, “As a result of metal theft, this beautiful building is now open to the elements. Weep, Pevensey.”