Happy New Year!

POPP Christmas Lunch – 18 December: more photos

Above: Ann (Nicholls) and her amazing team of helpers at the Pett Older People’s Project (POPP) Christmas lunch – 18 December. Fourth from the left is the world’s best cook – Anneliese Dale, who prepared the feast.



Pett & Pett Level News – January 2019

The Editor has uploaded the January 2019 edition of Pett & Pett Level News onto the website. You can download it here

Pett WI – Update

The Pett WI page has been updated here

Pett Village Hall – Heating and Water Boiler in Kitchen

I am very pleased to say that the two new boilers have now been installed in Pett Village Hall and we have fully functioning heating.

There is also a new hot water boiler installed in the kitchen.

Once again, thank you so much for your patience and understanding during the last difficult three weeks or so.

Let’s hope the remainder of the winter and beyond will be trouble-free at the Hall!

Kind regards

Tim (Rothwell)

Chair, Pett Village Hall Management Committee


07850 469314

Coat and glasses left in Pett Village Hall

A beige/cream coat with a tartan lining and a pair of glasses have been left in Pett Village Hall.

If these are yours, or you know who they might belong to, please contact Tim Rothwell at tim.rothwell@pettnet.org.uk tel: 07850 469314.

Lost Keys

Lost Keys
3 large keys and a car key have been found in Guestling Woods. If you think they may be yours, or you think you know who they may belong to, please contact Carol Glasson on 07903 189102

Yet Another Dog Attack on Sheep


Three more of our ewes have been killed in a vicious dog attack, and a further ewe is in a state of shock badly injured, in fields off Rosemary Lane.

If anyone has any information please contact the police urgently on 101 / 999 or contact Andrew Dunlop on 07776143509. It occurred sometime between yesterday – 8 December approx midday and this morning – 9 December – at 10:30am.

We are all very upset at yet another dog attack on our livestock, please share and spread the word.


Catherine Taylor, Lunsford Farm

More distressing images of the aftermath of this latest attack can be seen on the Pett on the Net Facebook page here


M23 Roadworks Update – Saturday 8 December

Please Remember – Full Closure – We will have a full overnight weekend closure on Friday 7, Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 December between 9pm and 6am (5am Mon 10 Dec). This is to remove the existing gantries on the M23. There is a full diversion route in place from junction 6 (Godstone) of the M25 via the A22, A264 to junction 10 (Crawley) of the M23 and from junction 10 (Crawley) via the A2011, London Road, Airport Way into Gatwick Airport.

On Monday 10 December for 7 nights, there will be a lane 1 closure leading to a full closure of junction 7 from the M25 onto the M23 southbound between 10pm and 4am. A fully signed diversion route is in place via junction 8 of the M25 and back.

Narrow lanes and a reduced speed limit of 50mph North and South bound 24/7. Free recovery service and speed enforcement are now in place to ensure drivers and road workers safety.

To contact Sussex Neighbourhood Watch please E-mail enquiries@sussexnwfed.org.uk or visit www.sussexnwfed.org.uk.