The first in the ninth series of Mark Steel’s In Town on BBC Radio 4 is Hastings. You can listen to it here. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00021rb
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 Sussex Cold Alert Service has issued the following weather warning Forecast ColdAlert Forecast for Sussex Start Time 23:00 Thursday 17 January 2019 End Time 12:00 Thursday 24 January 2019 Current Info coldAlert: Alert level Forecast cold weather Thurs 17th Jan for 7 days. Heat your home to at least 18 degrees. For more info visit […]
The draft minutes of the meeting of the Pett Village Hall Management Committee held on Monday 7 January 2019 can be read here Main points arising from the meeting are: Following a number of requests, the Committee have agreed that Hog Roasts and BBQs will be allowed on the outside area at the back of the […]
We are pleased to announce that a book commemorating the 2018 restoration of Pett War Memorial is to be published shortly. Entitled “The Fallen of Pett “, the book will be around 70 pages long, and printed in full colour. Given last year’s centenary, the book will focus on the men of the First World […]
Village Halls Week is a new initiative started in 2018 by Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) – Pett Village Hall is a member of the Sussex Branch of ACRE. The week is an annual celebration of the village halls and other community buildings, which exist at the heart of England’s rural communities. The aim […]
Chloe Rowling, Rights of Way Access Officer for East Sussex County Council, has informed Pett Parish Council about a temporary footpath restriction in Pett. The owners of the route through French Court Farm are carrying out improvement works and whilst machinery is being used they wish to close the path to ensure walkers’ safety. The […]
The draw for the 500 Club for January 2019 will take place at the meeting of POPP on Tuesday 29 January – this is because Philippa Strickland who normally oversees the draw is away at the beginning of February – the draw normally takes place at the Coffee Morning following the end of the month […]
BelindaWood, the WI President, has updated the Pett WI page here
Work to reduce congestion and improve journey times on the M23 continues this week with narrow lanes and a reduced speed limit of 50mph North and South bound 24/7. There are no planned closures. Free recovery service and speed enforcement are in place to ensure drivers and road workers safety. DON’T FORGET! Monday 14 January […]
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- Rye (Harbour) Tide Times for 20th January 2019Tide Times & Heights for Rye (Harbour) on 20th January 201910:00 - High Tide (5.13m)22:30 - High Tide (5.20m)
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