Welcome to Pevensey Parish Council

East Sussex, England

The modern parish of Pevensey with a population of approximately 4,000 is situated in the district of Wealden in East Sussex, England, midway between the coastal towns of Eastbourne and Bexhill. It comprises the ancient village of Pevensey, the larger seaside resort of Pevensey Bay and some twelve kilometres of farmland on Pevensey Levels.

VACANCY FOR ONE COUNCILLOR 

THERE IS CURRENTLY A VACANCY FOR A CO-OPTIVE COUNCILLOR. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED PLEASE WRITE TO THE CLERK INDICATING YOUR ...
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PPC AWARDS

Pevensey Parish Council celebrated the work of its community groups recently with a Grant awards ceremony at Ethel Wood Community ...
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Free Children’s Activity days

Please see poster for dates and times Runs from June to August. The first activity day is this Sunday 9th ...
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Councillor Paul Scott

Pevensey Parish Council is sad to announce that Councillor Paul Scott passed away in April 2019. Councillor Scott was co-opted ...
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Pevensey Bay

Vibrant and lively, this coastal resort offers something for everyone from windsurfing or relaxing on the beach to enjoying the various activities on offer at the local campsites and holiday caravan outlets. The village has a plethora of special interest groups and activity clubs and offers easy access into nearby Eastbourne.

Pevensey

Attracting visitors since 1066!
This pretty historic village offers a look back in time through the historic Pevensey Castle.Immerse yourself in the history of the village at the Court House Gaol and Museum. Wander the peaceful streets steeped in history and architectural merit, then relax  and unwind in a choice of hospitality venues.

Pevensey Levels

Pevensey Levels is SSSI land with many unique specimens to the area. The ancient drainage dykes which cross the area remain full all year round and support a wealth of water plants. The beach and shoreline host a range of seabirds from Gulls to Cormorants, Curlews, Guillemots and Turnstones. The hedges are a host to many native shrubs and plants.