Pett and Pett Level

Church Services: On Sunday January 24 – Holy Communion, St Mary & St Peter, Pett at 9:30am; Sunday Service at the Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

Pett Older People’s Project: On Tuesday January 26 POPP will feature Tai Chi. The session runs from 10:30am to 2:30pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

Mobile Library: The next visit will be on Tuesday January 26 when it will stop outside Pett Church from 12:05pm until 12:35pm.

Silent Prayer Meditation: There will be a silent prayer/meditation meeting at St Nicholas, Pett Level on Thursday January 27 at 2:30pm. It finishes at 3pm and all are welcome.

Race Night: On Saturday March 5 Pett Village Hall is hosting a Race Night, starting at 7pm. Tickets at just £7 (£5 for children 14 years & under) will include a Chilli Supper and are available from The Butchers Shop, Pett. In addition you can also sponsor a race or buy a horse in advance of the evening.

Racing starts around 8.00pm. The MC for the evening is John Howe, who successfully ran the last race night several years ago, when £600 was raised for the Village Hall. John works out the tote and pays out the winnings.

There is a racing card of eight races with eight horses in each race. So there is plenty of opportunity for a flutter. Betting is 50p per wager or increments of 50p.

Entry on the evening is by ticket only and your ticket also entitles you to enter into the Free Prize Draw.

Come along for a great evening of fun and help support YOUR Village Hall.

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