Pevensey


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Pevensey

(pĕv`ənzē), small town (1991 pop. 2,725), East Sussex, S England, on the English Channel. Modern Pevensey, called Pevensey Bay, is a shore resort. In the old town, the site of the Roman fort Anderida, are remains of Roman walls and a Norman castle. The town, the landing place of William the Conqueror, was a member of the Cinque PortsCinque Ports
[O. Fr.,=five ports], name applied to an association of maritime towns in Sussex and Kent, SE England. They originally numbered five: Hastings, Romney (now New Romney), Hythe, Dover, and Sandwich. The association was informally organized in the 11th cent.
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. It declined after the recession of the sea. The Pevensey church is partly Early English.
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This necessary renovation was to be violently forced upon them, for in 1066 Duke William of Normandy landed at Pevensey with his army of adventurers and his ill-founded claim to the crown, and before him at Hastings fell the gallant Harold and his nobles.
Harker, of Pevensey Road, Loughborough, admitted to six counts of supplying class A drugs in the town, on five different occasions, between November 28 and December 12, 2018.
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1066: William the Conqueror landed in Pevensey, Sussex.
Police say it is fortunate an 88-yearold man and a 79-year-old woman were unscathed following the blaze in the early hours at their home, at the junction of Pevensey Road and Duchy Road in the Duchy area of Salford.
Contract notice: Catering Tender Pevensey and Westham CE Primary School.
In fact, it happened on the fringe of wetlands in front of the county's now ruined Battle Abbey, 10 miles inland from Pevensey Bay.
Called Pevensey's Travelling Fairground, the 'fair' included a helter skelter and other rides, and had been set up especially for the cameras.
Pevensey Castle, Sussex; excavations in the Roman fort and medieval keep, 1993-95.
1066: William the Conqueror landed in Pevensey, Sussex: it would be another fortnight before King Harold's forces returned from Northern England to face him at Hastings.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: GREEN MANALISHI (3.45 YORK) Tomorrow's nap: PINTURA (2.35 Goodwood) KLONDYKE COOL MINX (3.10 York) PEVENSEY (3.30 Ascot) MYTHICAL BLUE (5.50 Ascot) POT LUCK York placepot 2.05 - 3, 4; 2.40 - 12, 15; 3.10 - 11; 3.45 -12, 14; 4,20 - 4; 4.55 - 14.
John Quinn is one of the best dual-purpose trainers around and in Pevensey he has a horse capable of mixing it in top-class handicaps on the level and over hurdles.