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Vehicles of Yesteryear 2019
This year the event is on Saturday 6th April 2019 at the Sea Road Car Park, Pevensey Bay.
Please download the booking form for more information and how details on how to enter.
Defibrillator now at the Information Centre in Sea Road Car Park.
Pevensey Parish Council have been very lucky to receive a contribution from Pevensey Coastal Defense limited to purchase a defibrillator which has been installed at the Information Centre in Sea Road Car Park. This is vital piece of equipment to help save lives in an event of a cardiac arrest .
It’s important that we make as many people aware of the defibrillator and its location.
The device is registered with South East Coast Ambulance trust and is available for use 24/7 by the public in the event of a medical emergency.
For safety, the defibrillator is in a locked cabinet. However, when dialling 999 South East Coast Ambulance Services will be able to provide the location and code to open it.
Have Your Say!
A message from Peter Lowton Chairman of Pevensey Parish Council.
On behalf of Pevensey Parish Council I would like to thank everyone that took the time to complete our short questionnaire either online or using the leaflets. We have had an amazing 587 responses, with only 16 that had to be discounted as they were incorrectly completed. This equates to a response rate of over 21% (when compared against the adult population). Your responses have been a massive help to see what parishioners would like the Council to focus on over the next 3 years or so.
It’s now Councils job to listen and consider to what you have had to say. We will do this by going through the results and adjusting and updating the 3 year plan accordingly
More information from East Sussex Highway with regards to the road closure that it due to start on Monday 21st January 2019 at Wallsend Road A259.
Please see below a map of the area with the location of the works to be carried out – just east of the bridge over the Langney Sewer. As part of these works they will be removing the current wooden fencing and replacing it with a metal crash barrier, known as a VRS (vehicle restraint system). The barrier is approximately 35 metres in length and will be installed in the grass verge adjacent to the carriageway.
Press release – A Massive Thank You to The National Lottery and the Players for their Support.
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