. .

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


BBC media release

Join Fiona Bruce and the Antiques Roadshow team when they film at Battle Abbey, Battle near Hastings on Tuesday 9 July

The Roadshow brings together a team of the country’s leading authorities on arts and antiques to offer free valuations for your family heirlooms or car boot bargains.

Entry to the show is free, everyone is welcome, and no tickets or pre-registration is required.

The Roadshow opens at 9.30am and last entry is 5pm.

* We reserve the right to close the event earlier on exceptionally busy days.

More information can be found at on our FAQ page and regular updates will be posted on Antiques Roadshow’s Facebook page.

Entry to Battle Abbey on July 9 will be free for all visitors but the Gatehouse Museum and rooftop viewing platform won’t be open on the day and there will be no audio guides available for visitors. However, the Visitor Centre (toilets, café and exhibition) will be open, as will all the outside areas of the site.

Well-behaved dogs are welcome on leads.

Directions and parking

For full directions and public transport options visit Battle Abbey website.

On the day of Antiques Roadshow the main Battle Abbey Car Park will be closed except for Blue Badge ticket holders and production vehicles. All the visitors follow AA signage to the Battlefield car park.

From here free shuttle buses will take you directly to the event. if you are bringing an item for valuation your are advised to use the shuttle bus to bring you to the main entrance for Reception. The alternative is a 20 minute walk across fields.