Church Services: Church Services on Sunday March 13 – Holy Communion, Richard Barron, St Mary & St Peter, Pett at 9:30am.
Village Voices: The Village Choir will meet at Pett Methodist Church on Monday March 14 at 7:30pm.
Pett Older People’s Project: POPP on Tuesday March 15 will feature Andy Robertson (Keyboard). The session runs from 10:30am to 2:30pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.
Pett Parish Council: Also on Tuesday March 15 Pett Parish Council will be holding the Annual Parish Meeting at 7pm in Pett Village Hall. This meeting is open to all, as are all parish council meetings, so come and have your say on anything that is important to you about Pett or Pett Level.
The Parish Council hopes to have representatives from the National Trust to talk about the Marsham Reed Bed project and answer your questions. Councillors would also like to hear about your ideas for the future use of the Recreation Ground and the new sports pavilion and anything else that you would like to discuss.
Pett WI: On Wednesday March 16, Pett W.I. will welcome Dawn Turner who will be giving members An Introduction to Reflexology. This promises to be a fascinating and informative talk and the meeting starts at 7pm at Pett Village Hall.
Pett Level Naturalist Society: On Friday March 18 Pettnats will be holding its AGM where members will be discussing the future of the society. The meeting starts at 7:30pm at Pett Village Hall.
Allotments: Do you fancy growing your own? If you do Pett Village Allotments Association currently has a vacancy. The site is small and friendly, located close to the Tic Tocery café, Two Sawyers and handy for local amenities. Plots are of a manageable size, mains water is supplied and the annual rental is £20.
For more information or to walk around the site, please contact the Secretary, Libby Rothwell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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