With grateful thanks to Lesley Wilkins, a new page Houses in Pett the History section, showing photos of a range of houses in the village over the years, has been created 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
East Sussex Library Service have confirmed that as part of their new strategy a number of libraries, including Ore, will close from 5 May 2018. The Mobile Library Service will also cease on that day. But they have announced that their will be some new services introduced. Details of these and their statement can be […]
This year sees the 70th anniversary of the Pett Flower Show. The Show takes place on Saturday 28 July. Thanks to Philippa Strickland, we have started to upload pictures, press cuttings and other memorabilia of the Show over the year. This will be added to over the coming weeks. You can view the items here
The Pett Village Hall Management Committee have reported on their meetings in February and March 2018. The report, which will also appear in the April edition of the Village News, can be read here
Pett residents Jan and Mike Marsh celebrate their Ruby Wedding Anniversary – 40 years – this weekend. Here they are caught enjoying the lovely paella at their wonderful celebratory lunch at the Red Lion, Brede on Saturday 10 March. Many congratulations to them both and all good wishes for many more happy and healthy years together. […]
With grateful thanks to Mary Windsor and Fran Rogers, a large selection of photos and postcards of Pett Level have just been uploaded to the Pett Level – the Past page. Lesley Wilkins has sent in a selection of photos of the old Ship Inn at Pett Level which was destroyed in a storm. All these photos […]
With grateful thanks to Lesley Wilkins, the History of the Two Sawyers by Michael Jackson is available on the Two Sawyers page here
Rother District Councillor Chris Saint has today received the following email from Southern Water about the recent disruption to water supplied following the bad weather. ‘I am writing following the recent water supply issues which affected our customers in your area. This situation stemmed from the impact on our water network of the recent thaw […]
Surrey and Sussex Neighbourhood Watch and Sussex Police have issued the following advice regarding crime prevention at this time of year. ‘It is difficult to believe after our recent weather that spring officially starts on the 20th March!!. Spring is when most people get out in their gardens. Here are some crime prevention tips to […]
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