Race Night: As the song says - oh what a night! It was an excellent evening with excited noisy race-goers and sponsors, which included Ashley Developments, Just Property, Two Sawyers, Royal Oak, AV&IT Solutions, Richard Smith, Tim & Libby Rothwell and Jan Tomalin. The event, which was organised by the Pett Village Hall Management Committee and run by John Howe Productions, had been sold out several weeks before. Over 110 attended and more than £1100 was raised for hall funds.
Pett Nats: Don’t forget the first meeting of the year tonight (Friday) at Pett Village Hall at 7:30pm.
Craft Fair: Don’t forget this event tomorrow (Saturday) at Pett Village Hall. Running from 10am to 3pm, as well as stalls selling interesting things to buy, you can also have lunch as there will be tea, coffee, cakes and sandwiches on sale.
Church Services, Easter Week: On Sunday March 20 Palm Sunday, Book of Common Prayer, Kay Burnett, 8am at St Nicholas, Pett Level. On Thursday March 24 Maundy Thursday, Holy Communion, Kay Burnett/Merial Deasy, 9:30am at St Peter’s, Fairlight. On Friday March 25, Good Friday, Walk of Witness from Pett Church to Pett Methodist Chapel at 10:30am.
Village Voices: The choir will meet on Monday March 21 at Pett Methodist Chapel at 7:30p.
Pett Older People’s Project: On Tuesday March 22 POPP will feature Annie Cryer with Tai Chi and games. The session at Pett Village Hall starts at 10:30 am and includes a two course lunch for just £2.
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