Pett

Church Services on Sunday April 6 - Holy Communion – David Wotton, St Mary & St Peter, Pett at 9:30am. There will be a Sunday Service at the Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

On Monday April 7 in Pett Methodist Chapel, the Village Choir will meet at 7:30pm.

POPP on Tuesday April 8 will feature Keith Osborne, Music for Health as well as JJ Fashions Travelling Shop. Antonella Bruce will also be there to give head and shoulder massages. The session runs from 10:30am to 2:30pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

At the meeting of Pett Gardening Club also on Tuesday April 8, Matthew Styles will be talking about the no-dig method of growing organic vegetables. There will also be a plant sale and contributions of new plants would be appreciated. New members are always welcome at the meetings, which start at 7:30pm at Pett Village Hall.

Also on Tuesday April 8 will be the Annual Parochial Church Meeting 2014. The meeting starts at 7pm at the Methodist Chapel and whilst you have to be on the Church Electoral Role in order to vote, all visitors are welcome. Why bother to come? Because the church is important to the village and you may wish to hear about its activities and finances.

On Friday April 11 Pett W.I. will welcome Elizabeth Paraskos, Principal Ceremonies Officer at Hastings Registration Office who will be giving a talk about the History of Weddings. As this is something that many of us have experienced, it should prove to be an interesting and informative talk.

Visitors are always welcome at the meeting, which starts at 2:30pm and, as always, a delicious tea will follow the talk.

And talking of Pett WI, this year members will once again be involved in organising a big village lunch. The Pett Big Village Lunch & Feast of Puddings, a joint venture between Pett Church and Pett WI, will be held on Sunday June 1, from 12:30 to 4pm at Pett Village Hall.

You provide your main course, drink, glass plate, knife and fork whilst the organisers provide salads, bread, a feast of puds AND live music from the Martin Blackman Band.

Tickets are just £5 and children under 14 go free, although they must sill obtain a ticket. You can get your ticket from Pett Post Office or The Butcher’s Shop.

Mary Saint

mary@saintfamily.net