Church services: Services on Sunday June 19 - Holy Communion, St Nicholas, Pett Level at 8am. Sunday Service at Pett Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.
Village Voices: On Monday June 20 thechoir will meet at Pett Methodist Chapel at 7:30pm.
Pett OlderPeople’s Project: On Tuesday June 21 Popp will feature Keith Osbourne with Music for Health. The session at Pett Village Hall runs from 10:30am to 2pm and includes a two course lunch for just £5.
Mobile Library: This will stop outside Pett Church from 10:05 to 10:35am on Tuesday June 21.
Pett Church: Also on Tuesday June 21 there will be a Midsummer Celebration at Pett Church from 7 to 9pm. This is a follow-up to the party last June when there was a lively exchange of ideas about the future of the church in Pett. So there will be feedback on the outcome of the suggestions made then.
The topics which may be covered include days and times of services, the use of the church for community activities, the possibility of additional facilities and what expectations you have of the church.
Wine and snacks will be served and there will be a friendly and sociable atmosphere.
Pett Parish Council: And if that wasn’t enough, Pett Parish Council meets on 21 June at 7:30pm at Pett Village Hall.
Open Gardens: On Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26, Fairlight End is opening again for the National Gardens Scheme from 11am to 5:00pm on both days.
This charitable event raised over £4000 last year for the nursing charities that NGS supports, e.g. Macmillan Cancer Support & Marie Curie Cancer Care, with a contribution going to Pett Village Hall.
Once again Chris and Robin Hutt are asking villagers for cakes to sell. These wonderful cakes are vital to the success of this popular event and very much appreciated by those who buy them. Please contribute again this year and first time contributors are also needed.
Cakes should be delivered to Fairlight End between 8am and 10am either theSaturday or the Sunday.
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