Pett and Pett Level

Pett & Pett Level news
Pett & Pett Level news

Church services: On Sunday October 16 – Book of Common Prayer, St Nicholas, Pett Level at 8am. Sunday Service at Pett Methodist Chapel at 10:45am.

Pett Older People’s Project: POPP on Tuesday October 18 will feature Keith Osbourne with Music for Health. The session runs from 10:30am to 2:00pm and will include a two-course lunch for just £5.

Pett Parish Council: Also on Tuesday October 18, Pett Parish Council meets at 7:30pm at Pett Village Hall.

Pett WI: On Wednesday October 19, Pett W.I. will be welcoming Liz Jeffries who will be talking about the Alexander Technique. The meeting starts at 7pm at Pett Village Hall and visitors who want to find out more about Pett WI are most welcome.

Halloween Bonfire: The end of October is fast approaching, which will mean that the annual Halloween event will take place at Pett Village Hall on Sunday October 23. This is run by the Village Hall Committee for the village community and entry is free but parents or guardians must supervise children at all times.

It is a chance for young and old to come along to enjoy a spooky evening with a roaring Bonfire (but no fireworks). You can dress up and take part in the fancy dress competition, which includes Mum and Dad and every child in fancy dress will receive a gift. There will also be games for all the children to play and prizes to be won.

There will also be an amazing BBQ with ‘Howling Hot Dogs’ and ‘Bloodthirsty Burgers’, not to mention mulled wine! The only thing that cannot be guaranteed is the weather but fair or foul, it promises to be a fun evening.

Short Mat Bowls: Are you feeling the need for some exercise and good company during the coming winter months? If so, why not come and experience short mat bowls on any Thursday at 3.00pm or 7.00pm in Pett Village Hall.

Everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary. New players will be offered tuition, so all you need to bring is yourself and a pair of soft flat shoes. If you require any further information please ring Eric on 01424 814869 or email

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