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New baseballs caps from Bay Life celebrate the historical name of the local area that goes back to Roman times and onward to the Anglo-Saxons.

In true blue Trump colours the baseball caps bear the inscription Make Anderida Great Again.

Here the specially commissioned baseball cap can be seen modelled by 89 year old silver surfer, and Pevensey Bay resident, Pauline Montgomery (also known as the whippet lady), as she gets into the groove for Aquafest 2019 to be held on Saturday 24 August. at the Aqua Bar.

The Make Anderida Great Again baseball caps are available from today (August 23).

With special thanks to Bay Designs, local merchandise specialists, for the help with the idea and design and work with the inscription. Make Anderida Great Again baseballs caps are available by contacting Bay Designs here. Bay Designs is responsible for supplying staff clothing to a number of the local prestige businesses. Their clothing catalogue is here.

Bay Designs explains that, “Your Image is Our Business”. They add, “we are your local sign and print business based in the heart of Pevensey Bay. Specialising in high quality and affordable personalised clothing, apparel and gifts using embroidery and other printing methods. We also provide vehicle signs and graphics as well as all other types of signage, printing and promotional items .

Many thanks indeed for their fast turnaround from idea and inception to delivery, literally done with days.

wiki says
Anderitum (also Anderida or Anderidos) was a Saxon Shore fort in the Roman province of Britannia. The ruins adjoin the west end of the village of Pevensey in East Sussex, England. The fort was built in the 290s and was abandoned after it was sacked in 471. It was re-inhabited by Saxons and in the 11th century the Normans built a castle within the east end of the fort.