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The Ordnance Survey map data included within this report is provided by West Sussex Pevensey tithe map (East Sussex Record Office), (rectified detail). Pevensey small market town and par. with ry. sta., on coast of Sussex - par., ac., pop. ; town, on river Ashburn, near Pevensey Bay, 4½ miles SE. of. Name: Pevensey Bay, East Sussex Place type: Bay Location: Grid Ref: TQ • X/Y co-ords: , • Lat/Long: ,
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The settlement of Pevensey Bay.. Although small, it is nevertheless a seaside resort in miniature and has many of the facilities of its larger counterparts elsewhere. It is a clay bay, making it susceptible to erosion over time. The shingle beach at Pevensey Bay provides an important defence against flooding and storm damage from the sea for a large area of low-lying land beyond. There are two Martello towers, constructed in as Napoleonic coastal defences.
Before development commenced it was known as Wallsend; the 16th century Castle Hotel standing alone on the beach. By the 4th century AD the south and east of the province of Britannia was under frequent attack from marauding barbarian tribes: including the Jutes and Saxons.
To counter these attacks the Romans built a total of eleven forts between Essex and the Isle of Wight , now known as the Saxon Shore Forts. The fort at Pevensey, built between AD and , was named Anderitum. The earliest stone remains on the site date from the Roman period, including the outer bailey wall. The sea washed over what is now Pevensey Marshes, surrounding the fort on three sides. When the Roman army left Britain, the province was more vulnerable to attack, first by the Jutes in east Kent , and the Romanised native Britons attempted to defend their island from attack.
Following the Jutish example the Saxons began invading Britain in earnest. After a long struggle the British defences were overrun.
Some remaining Britons on the south coast fled north, others emigrated by boat to what is now called Brittany and the area became the Kingdom of the South Saxons, later called Sussex. The old Roman fort of Anderida was burned and left derelict. The fort probably remained derelict until, in , Harold Godwinson , later Harold II of England , established a stronghold here, improving fortifications by digging ditches within the walls of the fort.
The English army remained at the fort during the summer of before abandoning it to meet the invading Norwegians further north. When William the Conqueror invaded Sussex in September there were no defenders at Pevensey and the bay provided a safe haven for the invading fleet.
In late the Roman fort at Pevensey was occupied by the Normans; much of the Roman stonework still existing today is due largely to the work of Robert, Count of Mortain half brother to William , who was granted Pevensey Castle shortly after the Norman Conquest.
Robert de Mortain used the remains as the base for building his castle, carrying out only minor repairs to the walls forming the outer bailey, and building a new inner bailey at the eastern end. The castle was besieged several times during the 11th—13th centuries. An order by Queen Elizabeth I that it be demolished and an attempt at demolition during the Puritan times were both unsuccessful: the order was ignored and only a few stones were removed on the two occasions. As late as small additions were made to the castle for the defence of Britain, when it was used to spot German aircraft during World War II.
Today the castle is in the upkeep of English Heritage. The Liberty or Lowey of Pevensey was an ancient now obsolete hundred , containing the parishes of Westham and Pevensey. They were entirely within the Levels and together regarded as constituting part of the port of Hastings , and consequently would be entitled to all the privileges and immunities enjoyed by the Cinque Ports and not part of the county of Sussex jurisdiction.
In the 16th century Pevensey became what was known as a "non-corporate limb" of the Hastings, as part of the Confederation of the Cinque Ports. Along with most of the other Ports, its importance dwindled as the ports themselves became disconnected from the sea: Pevensey was two miles 3.
During the 18th and 19th centuries Pevensey Bay became involved in the south coast smuggling trade, since it was one of the easier places to land the contraband. In a violent clash occurred between the smugglers and customs men at Pevensey Bay. Some of the more than Martello towers were erected along the beaches of Pevensey Bay at the beginning of the 19th century against Napoleonic attack.
In the town was granted a royal charter by King John and was governed by Pevensey Corporation. With the decline in the town's importance by the 19th century, the Corporation was eventually dissolved in and the town lost its borough status. Pevensey is now a village, with a parish council consisting of twelve elected councillors.
Pevensey is also part of the electoral ward called Pevensey and Westham. The population of this ward at the Census was 9, The A road passes through Pevensey. Two railway stations serve the area: Pevensey and Westham and Pevensey Bay. Pevensey Bay Sailing Club  offers a variety of classes of boats: the club played a leading role in the development of the National 12 and Merlin Rocket Development Class racing dinghies in the s when it was the home club of Phil Morrison , the British yacht designer and father of Stevie Morrison , a British Olympic 49er sailor in the games.
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