One of the wettest, windiest, coldest nights so far was the one the BBC chose to come and do a report live from the beach hut for the BBC Southeast News.
Mel Freeman and Anna Prior worked on this hut and their theme for the letter P was Presents. They enlisted the help of Year 4 at St. Andrew's school in Hove to create loads of presents in a variety of sizes, shapes and types of wrapping paper. These covered the floor of the hut underneath two beautifully decorated Christmas trees.
St. Andrews also provided a choir who gamely sang a medley of Christmas songs, despite the cold and rain.
Mark Sanders from BBC news came down in the afternoon and interviewed us about the event which was fortunate as the weather in the afternoon was dry although very grey.
By the time came for the live report at 6.45pm the rain was lashing down but Mark soldiered on and a few hardy souls remained to stand in the background and get their brief seconds of fame. You can watch the report on the iPlayer here at 19 minutes.
The weather for the next hut is looking a bit better as we all head out to number 402 beside Hove Lagoon with a hut created by students at Cardinal Newman Catholic Secondary School themed around the letter Q.