Church Services – Christmas 2019

 

Pett on the Net – Downloading Files

Following the most recent Apple software update – IOS 13.2.3 – some people have experienced difficulty in downloading files, including Pett Parish Council documents and Pett & Pett Level Village News, onto iPhones and iPads. This problem has now hopefully been fixed but do let me know if you are still having problems.

Tim Rothwell

tim.rothwell@pettnet.org.uk

 

Rental Property Which May Be Used For Criminal Purposes

Rother Neighbourhood Watch have given advice on rental properties being used for criminal activities. You can read it here

Sunday Yoga Workshops 9.30-12

There are some places on these workshops at Pett Village Hall on December 1st and January 12th. The workshops are designed for beginners and more experienced yoga practitioners alike, who would like to be eased into their Sunday infused with calmness and renewed energy.

The price for the two and a half hour session is £13, including a healthy snack.

If you are interested, please contact Robin Hutt at robin@robinhuttyoga.co.uk or on 07446980721.

Preventing Burglaries – Advice from Rother Neighbourhood Watch

Advice from Rother Neighbourhood Watch on burglary prevention can be found here

VOLUNTEER(S) WANTED!

Anthea, who provides Pett Post Office, needs help twice a week to unload and load her heavy gear.
Are there any strong people out there who could help at all please?
Times are about 12-15 and 3pm on Mondays and Thursdays. This could obviously be a shared job!
Please contact Wendy Hatch if you can help on familyhatch1@gmail.com

Special Constable Recruitment Now Open

Message from Sussex Police

Volunteering doesn’t come more rewarding than this!

We are now recruiting Special Constables. If this is the volunteering opportunity you’ve been looking for, click here to apply

You already have a career you love – now you want a different challenge in your spare time.

As a special constable officer you’ll have the same uniform and powers as regular officers.

From being first on the scene and taking knives off the streets to educating young people, you’ll be working alongside regular police officers and PCSOs to make Sussex safer.

Our ‘Specials’, as the special constables are known, come from all walks of life. Specials are men and women of all races and faiths. They’re teachers, taxi drivers, chefs, accountants and secretaries and they all volunteer a minimum of 16 hours a month. When you join Sussex Police, you become part of our policing family – we are with you each step of the way.

Are you an honest, respectful and selfless person who wants to do something important in your spare time? Could you be there in a stranger’s time of need? Are you prepared to protect others on or off duty? And are you prepared for how time-consuming this volunteer role will be? If so, we want to hear from you.

What does your spare time look like? Do something Special, apply today here.

Message Sent By
Jeremy Glew-Deval (Police, Prevention Support and Engagement Officer, Eastbourne, Lewes and Wealden). You already have a career you love – now you want a different challenge in your spare time.

 

M23 Roadworks uopdate – 24 November

TV Licence Scam – Advice from Rother Neighbourhood Watch

A warning from Rother Neighbourhood Watch about a TV Licence scam can be read here