Kirsty Tyler is one of the Beyond team and always creates beautifully crafted huts and tonight was no exception.
The letter was M and it stood for The Messenger - the angel Gabriel who announced the news to Mary that she was to be the mother of God's son and who led the angel host announcing the birth to the shepherds and singing God's praises in celebration above the hills of Bethlehem.
The angel wings were crafted from rolled sheets of music symbolising the songs the choir of angels sang on that first Christmas night.
The song was accompanied by a great fanfare and Kirsty had created a giant cardboard trumpet which beamed the good news of the light of the world out of the hut.
So far we've been really lucky with the weather and it's mostly been calm and dry but on Friday the 13th our luck ran out and it seems the weather has now turned against us as we had rain and wind and the forecast for the next few days doesn't look too great.
The next hut is the furthest East that we go in our beach hut pilgrimage as it's number 11 beside Hove Lawns and the letter if N - could it stand for Nativity? Let's wait and see.