Alice's Pipe, Normans Bay
- where the outflow pipe of the marsh drain, Waller's Haven, meets the sea.
ALICES PIPE LOOKING SEAWARD
ALICES PIPE LOOKING WEST
From Pevensey Bay, follow Coast Rd heading east towards Norman’s Bay.
Heading out of Pevensey Bay, the beachfront bungalows on the right hand side of Coast Road come to an end on the opposite side of the road to Normans Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site (BN24 6PR) on the left. Just as the road curves inland towards the level crossing, take the right turning towards Normans Bay Caravan Park, and follow the road adjacent to the beach past several more houses until the beach opens out on the right of the road directly opposite Wallers Haven sluice gates on the left of the road. Alice's Pipe is the large outlet pipe visible at low tide, and identifiable at high tide by the red upright pipe.
BASS FISHING STOP PRESS - Latest Bass Restrictions - Update Jan 2021
1st Jan 2021 - 28th February 2021 - recreational sea angling for seabass is permitted on a catch and release basis only.
1st March 2021 - 30th November 2021 - recreational sea anglers are permitted to retain up to two bass per day (over the minimum conservation reference size of 42cm).
Angling Trust confirms these restrictions may be amended in Spring 2021 to take into account any changes and adjustments after annual fishing negotiations are carried out with the EU in the coming weeks.