Pett and Pett Level

Lighting the Beacons: Don’t forget this event on the evening of May 23 at 10pm.

There should be a good view from the footpath at the side of Pett Church.

Church Services: On Sunday May 24 – Holy Communion (Whitsun), St Mary & St Peter, Pett at 9:30am, Kay Burnett. Sunday Service at the Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

New Beach Club: NBC are holding a Charity Day in aid of Pett Level Independent Rescue Boat at New Beach Club on Sunday May 24 from 12pm onwards.

There will be lots of stalls, Arts and Crafts, Free Life Jacket Safety Check, Rescue Boat Demonstration and many other activities. Everyone is welcome!

Village Choir: On Monday May 25 the Village Choir will meet again at 7:30pm in Pett Methodist Chapel.

Pett Older People’s Project: On Tuesday May 26 POPP will feature Thai Chi with Annie Cryer and board games for the less energetic. The session runs from 10:30am to 2pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

Rogation Walk: A Rogation Walk has been arranged for Sunday May 31. The walk, which starts from St Mary and St Peter Church at 3pm, will last 45 minutes and will take in the three Boundary Stones that you have probably never noticed before.

You are encouraged to bring your pets, which will be blessed at the end of the walk and please dress for the weather, especially if it has been wet! On the walk there will be occasional stops to offer a prayer about fields, nature, farming, etc. At 4pm, at the Pett Village Hall Boundary Stone, there will be a short service. At the Parish Boundary stone there may even be Beat the Bounds, a custom that goes back to Norman times, where the Parish Boundary Stone is beaten with hazel sticks to remind people where the parish boundary lies.

Then everyone moves to the Methodist Hall for some refreshment before they make their way home.

Big Village Lunch: There are still a few tickets left for the Big Village Lunch, which is being held in Pett Village Hall on Sunday June7. It is a great opportunity for the village to come together and at just £5 a ticket (that’s just adults; children go free when accompanied by an adult!), which includes bread, salad, a Feast of Puddings and a magical experience, it also represents great value for money. Tickets are available form Phil the Butcher and Tic Toc.