Pett Village Hall Management Committee AGM: Monday 7 September

The next meeting of the Pett Village Hall Management Committee (PVHMC) will be held on Monday 7 September 2020 in the Catharine Hollman Room at Pett Village Hall, starting at 7pm. It will be followed at 7.30 by the PVHMC AGM.

You are very welcome to attend but given the need to socially distance, numbers will unfortunately have to be strictly limited. If you wish to attend, please let Fran Pitts, the Secretary, know at

If you have any items that you would like to raise for discussion in the Open Forum section of the AGM, perhaps you could again let Fran know.

 

The papers for both meetings are available here:

PVHMC Committee Meeting Agenda: Agenda PVHMC 070920

Minutes of the meeting of 2 March 2020 Minutes PVHMC 020320

The meeting will discuss proposals to encourage residents and their visitors to park a the village hall instead of on the road, verges and pavements. Views and contributions will be very welcome.

 

PVHMC AGM Agenda: AGM 2020 Agenda

Minutes of the meeting of the AGM held on Minutes PVHMC AGM 130519 final

Chair’s Report – Appendix A: AGM 2020 Chair Report docx

Treasurer’s Report – Appendix B: AGM 020 Treasurer Report

Booking Manager’s Report – Appendix C: AGM 2020 Booking Manager Report

With all good wishes

Tim Rothwell, Chair, Pett Village Hall Management Committee

 

 

Pett Village Hall – Diary for September 2020 (Revised)

Here is the revised diary for activities at Pett Village Hall for September 2020. 

New activities for a Thursday evening have been added from 17 September: Fitness Pilates and Cardio Conditioning, both led by Susan Trimmer.

Bookings September 2020

 

 

 

 

Pett Rainbow

Rainbow over Pett – Photo courtesy of Dee Rampling

 

 

 

Pett Flower Show

Pett & Pett Level Village News – September 2020

Mike Wilkins, the Editor, has uploaded the September 2020 edition of Pett & Pett Level Village News onto Pett on the Net. It can be read here PPLN September 2020

Rother Neighbourhood Watch – Details of a Scam

Good Morning to you all.

Please find below an email I received asking me to send out to you all. Many of us have elderly parents or neighbours that can fall for scams, as they are the ones mostly that are sent to catch out. Many people in our areas are not on computers and mobile phones and are not receiving the information we send out, this is why Rother Neighbourhood Watch is needed in helping the police to catch and stop these people sending out scams. Please let others know the scams we send out by word of mouth.

Also please may I ask you all once again to think about coming forward to volunteer to keep Rother Neighbourhood Watch running, as it has taken me and the committee to get it up running for 7 years and no one is coming forward to help when I step down as your Chairman in November.

Please do not let the work we have achieved go down the drain.

Ted Kemp

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Hi Edward

I receive your regular RNW emails as I am a caseworker for Victim Support for Hastings & Rother area. However, information I have recently received came via my work on the Committee as Secretary (formerly Chair and Vice Chair for Battle & District U3A) concerning a member. This information has come indirectly to me and clearly therefore I cannot give specific details of the member. However, I do think, if not previously issued by you (not seen by me) it should urgently be made public. It concerns a scam (police aware) to an 80 year old, though active and having full capacity (but as we all aware these scammers are extremely plausible and clever) of people purporting to be part of a covid survey for older residents. She received a phone call about the survey and sadly gave (no financial details) but informed them that she lived alone and of her address. The criminals turned up at her home in our area late at night… fortunately she managed not to let them in, etc. Not clear quite how events proceeded. However, her family are very cross with her sadly, and she had to be moved to an hotel for a couple of nights, and was then supported in her home for another night or so by family members until it could be more certain that the criminals would not return.

If you can make this more succinct than I have Edward, I would be grateful if this could go out urgently as this member whom I am much aware of would not be someone deemed particularly vulnerable in my opinion (I am also an ex senior social worker for ESCC), but again as we know these scammers are clever and have done their homework!

Best regards and you do great work

 

 

 

Pett Village Hall Management Committee AGM – 7 September

The delayed 2019/20 AGM of the Pett Village Hall Management Committee will take place in the Catharine Hollman Room at Pett Village Hall on Monday 7 September, starting at 7.30pm. It will be preceded by a meeting of the Committee, starting at 7.00pm.

The agendas and papers for the meetings will follow shortly.

You are very welcome to attend but given the need to socially distance, numbers will unfortunately have to be strictly limited. If you wish to attend, please let Fran Pitts, the Secretary, know at

If you have any items that you would like to raise for discussion in the Open Forum section of the AGM, perhaps you could again let Fran know.

Many thanks.

Tim Rothwell, Chair, Pett Village Hall Management Committee

Pett Recreation Ground – Survey

I am looking for feedback and suggestions about the Pett Recreation Ground and will be sharing these with Pett Parish Council and discussing future strategies and improvements.
The survey will close on September 20th and submissions held for a further 21 days digitally.
The survey can be found here
Stuart Ware

Closure of Battery Hill – Further Information

Corinne Black, Customer Service Manager – East Sussex Highways, has supplied more information about the closure of Battery Hill, Fairlight, which can be read here Roadworks 240820

Parking at Pett Village Hall

With the anticipated increased traffic through the village, starting tomorrow, 24 August, when Battery Hill will be closed for four weeks, please encourage your friends/relations/clients/customers to the village to park in the free Pett Village Hall car park, rather than on the road or pavements.