Welcome to Pevensey Parish Council

East Sussex, England

Dog Fouling Feedback Info

 

Dog fouling continues to be an issue in Pevensey and Pevensey Bay. One of the most frequent subjects referred to Pevensey Parish Council is dog walkers not bagging, binning – or even taking home to bin – excrement.

Despite poster campaigns, a well supported village Dog Show, the provision of bins and even a supply of bags in both villages the problem continues.

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Councillor Vacancy

 

Notice is hereby given that due to the resignation of Bryan Ernest Withey, a vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council. If by 28 October, 2020 (14* days after the date of this notice) a request for an election to fill said vacancy is made in writing to the Returning Officer at the address below by TEN electors for the said Pevensey (Pevensey Bay) Parish Ward, an election will be held to fill the said vacancy, otherwise the vacancy will be filled by co-option.

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Update on Sea Road Car Park

 

Due the increased use of Sea Road Car Park. The Parish Council want to make it clear about who manages Sea Road Car Park in Pevensey Bay.On the 7th January 2020 Wealden District Council (WDC) took the decision that all car parks in the district should be managed internally by them.

As of the 2nd June 2020 WDC took full control of the management and running of Sea Road Car Park removing the Parish Council from having any dealings to do with car park.

All complaints or queries now need to be directed to WDC using the following telephone number: 01323 443322

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Coast Road Playground Re-opening

 

The Parish Council is delighted to announce the re-opening of the Coast Road playground from Thursday 9th July 2020.
The Wallsend Road playground and Skate Park will re-open shortly once essential repairs have been completed.

Scientific advice suggests that the Covid-19 virus can survive for up to several days on some hard surfaces. The risks are reduced outdoors, where surfaces may be subject to UV light and/or rain.

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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.

Pevensey Bay – Silt Accumulations and Algal Blooms

More information can be found on the attached document. Please click here to read ...
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DRAFT PRESS RELEASE FOR 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF VE DAY 8 MAY 2020

Pevensey Parish Council, jointly with local organisations and eating venues had been planning a weekend of events on 8-10 May ...
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WAYS TO HELP YOUR COMMUNITY DURING THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

For ways to help your community during the Coronavirus please view the PDF document here Community Hub Information ...
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Pevensey Parish Council Dog Show 7th June 2020

For the EXHIBITOR forms please click link EARLY PRESS RELEASE : EXHIBITOR LAUNCH PEVENSEY DOG SHOW Following the success ...
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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.