Welcome to Pevensey Parish Council

East Sussex, England

His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. 10 June 1921 – 9 April 2021.

Message from the Chairman of Pevensey Parish Council.

Pevensey Parish Council offer their deepest sincere condolences to The Queen and the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness Prince Philip. Our thoughts are with The Royal family at this time.

The Parish Council request that all Union Flags are to be lowered to half mast.

Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions;

  • The Parish Council will not be offering a traditional book of condolence. However, more information can be found on the Wealden District Councils Website. Link
  • Unfortunately, there will be no designated area for flowers or tributes.
  • If any virtual council meetings are to be held during the mourning period, councillors and staff are to dress appropriately in black tie and colours.

Your Parish Council Tax Precept Explained 2021 – 2021

With Council Tax bills for 2021/2022 currently dropping through letterboxes, Pevensey Parish Council (PPC) wanted to provide information about the Parish Council part of the overall Council Tax or precept.

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Guidance for using the Playgrounds.

Dated 5 January 2021

The Government guidance is to stay Stay at Home. However, if you are to use the playgrounds in Pevensey for your daily exercise, please follow the below guidance and information.

Scientific advice suggest 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.

Whilst all possible practical measures have been put in place the users of the equipment do so at their own choice and risk. Regular sanitising  of equipment is not considered a practical solution due to the time and resources requirement – sites are not supervised.


The following guidance for using the playgrounds is for your safety an protection:

The recommended maximum number of users are stated on the notices within the recreational grounds

  • Parents are responsible for supervising their children
  • Please adhere to Government guidance regarding social distancing
  • If the area is busy, please return at a quieter time
  • Please remember to regularly use hand sanitiser gel or wipes and avoid touching your face
  • Face coverings are recommended to be used while in the grounds
  • Consumption of food and drink within the playgrounds is not allowed
  • No digs allowed in the playgrounds
  • Please take litter home or use the bins provided


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.

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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.


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.