David Breakell has submitted the July 2018 Project Remember Update, which can be read here
About Tim Rothwell
Has lived in Pett with wife Libby since 2014 after living in New Malden, Surrey for many years. Career in HR in local government. Grew up in Rye - went to Rye Grammar School. Tim's Dad Roger Rothwell was headteacher at Rye County Secondary School from 1958-1967. Tim is Webmaster of Pett on the Net and the Rye Old Scholars Association (ROSA) website.
Entries by Tim Rothwell
The draft minutes of the Pett Village Hall Management Committee held on 2 July 2018 can be read here and on the PVHMC Agenda and Minutes page here The next meeting of the Committee will be held on Monday 6 August 2018 at 7pm at the Village Hall. If you have any issues you would like to add […]
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Barn dance to The Tight Squeeze at Pickham Farm, Watermill Lane, Pett on Saturday 28th July at 7.30 pm Ploughmans supper provided and bar available Tickets £10 adults £7 child £30 family ticket Book your tickets early to avoid disappointment as this event usually fills up early Call or text Tim on 07734 282494 […]
The latest about the 2018 Pett Flower Show to be held on Saturday 28 July can be read here
Police are searching for a thief who snatched cash from a man who had just withdrawn it from a cash machine in Hastings. Just after 12.35pm on Friday 8 June the 65-year-old victim, a local man, withdrew £100 cash from a cashpoint outside the Natwest Bank in Havelock Road, Hastings. As he held the cash […]
‘Over the weekend of 23/24 June one of the most successful charitable fundraising events in the history of Pett was held. Pett Village Gardens raised a total of £7090.55 for charity. The National Gardens Scheme (NGS), which supports traditional nursing charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie, received £5672.44. Pett Village Hall, which […]
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- Rye (Harbour) Tide Times for 17th July 2018Tide Times & Heights for Rye (Harbour) on 17th July 201802:43 - High Tide (5.26m)15:05 - High Tide (5.46m)
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