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Don’t forget on Friday February 15:

Pett W.I. meeting at 2:30pm in Pett Village Hall. The speaker will be our own Angela Hawksley, talking about ‘My Life in Crime’. This meeting is an open meeting, which means visitors are welcome to join us for just £3. The talk begins at 3pm.

Pett Nats meeting at 7:30pm in Pett Village Hall. The speaker will be Colin Page with a talk entitled ‘An Island Race’.

On Saturday February 16 don’t forget that Pett Level Preservation Trust is organizing a work party to clear small areas of scrub and improve the reed bed. Anyone willing to help should meet at the concrete road at Toot Rock at 10am. They will need to wear boots and strong gloves and tools such as loppers and rakes.

Church Services on Sunday February 17 – Book of Common Prayer, Holy Communion, St Nicholas, Pett Level at 8: 00am with Kay Burnett. There will be a Sunday Service at the Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

POPP on Tuesday February 19 will feature a drumming workshop with Julian Humphries. The session runs from 10:30am to 2:30pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

Also on Tuesday February 19 Pett Parish Council will meet in Pett Village Hall at 7:30pm.

On Wednesday February 20 the Mobile Library will be in Pett and Pett Level on Wednesday January 23. It will start at the Church at 10.10am, moving on to Chick Hill at 10:50am and finishing at The Smuggler at 11.20am.

For everyone who would like to see faster broadband in Pett! People in Rother are being asked to back the new ‘Go e-sussex’ campaign and register their support for faster, more reliable broadband. East Sussex County Council has received significant funding to help get much faster broadband in homes and businesses across the county. By 2015, they aim to upgrade 90% of the county to superfast broadband (24 Mbps and over) whilst ensuring everyone in East Sussex can access the minimum level of service of 2 Mpbs. East Sussex County Council ran a consultation last year to ask residents and businesses about their current state of broadband. The results of this survey helped win £10.64m in funding from Government and have persuaded the telecoms market that East Sussex is worth a second look. Registering your interest does not mean you will have to subscribe to the service when it’s launched, but saying “Yes to superfast broadband” will directly help everyone in East Sussex receive faster, more reliable broadband. Visit ESCC’s new dedicated website to complete your online registration form at http://www.goesussex.co.uk or phone them on 01273 335991.