Miles of pebble beach with far reaching stretches of sand when the tide is out.
Swimming is safe and the water clean.
Kite surfing and wind surfing.
Fishing, both from the beach and by boat.
Dogs are allowed.
Pevensey Bay Sea Road Car Park – WC including disabled
OUR BEACH IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO BE A DIVERSE LANDSCAPE OF SHINGLE, SAND, PLANTS AND WILDLIFE
TO ENJOY IT TO ITS FULL AND PRESERVE IT FOR OUR FUTURE WE MUST BE AWARE OF THE CODE OF PRACTICE KNOWN AS BEACH BYLAWS
WHAT ARE THESE BYLAWS?
JUST A FEW SIMPLE RULES OF THUMB, A LITTLE THOUGHT FOR OTHERS, FOR THE WILDLIFE AND FAUNA, FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR CHILDREN, TO KEEP THE BEACH CLEAN AND TIDY
TO REPORT ANY BREACHES OF THE BEACH BYLAWS PHONE THE POLICE ON 101
OR EMAIL email@example.com
THERE MAY BE NO RAPID RESPONSE BUT ALL CALLS ARE LOGGED AND MONITORED
IN THE CASE OF EMERGENCY AT SEA RING 999 FOR THE COASTGUARD
OUR BEACH BY-LAWS – in simple terms
No vehicles are allowed on the beach
No 4 x 4’s
No motorbikes No cars
The buoys are there to protect swimmers, jet skis, motorised boats, wind and kite surfers.
MUST STAY OUTSIDE THE BUOYS
Do not cause damage to “the groynes” with fire or any other means.
Please think of other beach users when leaving and returning to the beach.
Never remove shingle from the beach.
Leave the fauna and wildlife to grow and live undisturbed.
NO RUBBISH – Take yours home
Dogs are very welcome but you MUST clean up after them.
? Did you know ?
that you need permission from the Environment Agency to erect any structure whatsoever, in, on, over or under the sea defences for 250m inland of high water even when you do not need planning permission!
Now you know
about our beach bylaws you can enjoy our beach so be safe, look after yourself, protect your skin, cover up or cream up, keep a close eye on your children.