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Pett Village Hall Quiz: as the clocks going forward coincided with Easter this year, this popular quiz was put back a week. Nevertheless, the event on April 2 was still a success with a good number of teams entered and more than £300 was raised for hall funds. And that was on top of having a fun evening!

Church Services: Church Services on Sunday April 10 – Morning Worship, Meriel Deasy, St Mary & St Peter, Pett at 9:30am. Marius Istrate, representing Caring & Sharing, will be a guest speaker. Sunday Service at the Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

Village Voices: On Monday April 11 the Village Choir will meet at Pett Methodist Church at 7:30pm.

Pett Older People’s Project: POPP on Tuesday April 12 will feature a talk from Anne Herrieven from the RSPCA. The session runs from 10:30am to 2:00pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

Pett Gardening Club: Also on Tuesday March 12 Pett Gardening Club will be holding a meeting in Pett Village Hall. There will be a talk from on soil biology by Craig Adams as well as a plant sale. The meeting starts at 7:30pm and visitors are always welcome at £3 per meeting.

Pett Bowls Club: The Club is holding an Open day for the 2016 outdoor season on Friday April 15, starting at 10am. The Bowls Green is situated in the far corner of the Recreation Ground, behind the Cricket Pavilion.

New members are always welcome, even if you have never played before. Coaching is always available and you can borrow woods but you must have your own flat-soled shoes. For more information please contact Barry Quaife, details in Pett Parish News.

Pett Level Naturalist Society: On Friday April 15 Pettnats will feature local beekeeper Robert Bond with a talk entitled ‘Bounty from the Hive.’ The meeting starts at 7:30pm at Pett Village Hall and visitors are always welcome.

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