Pett Level Preservation Trust – Postcard Competition Winner

The Pett Level Preservation Trust are delighted to announce the winner of this year’s ‘Design a Pett Level Postcard’ competition. Congratulations to Zoe, whose picture impressed our judge, local artist Annie Soudain, for its lovely composition and bold use of colour. The postcards will be on sale for £1 at village venues and events over the summer months and can be purchased direct (e-mail for details). 2021 competition details will be announced in the New Year. All proceeds to the Pett Level Preservation Trust.

Lois Hall, PLPT


The winning design for this year’s Pett Level Preservation Trust Postcard Competition by Zoe aged 12.


M23 and Gatwick Airport Roadworks – Update

The latest update – 23 May 2020 – on the roadworks on the M23 and Gatwick Airport can be read here M23 230530

Hastings and Rother Police Weekly Update

The latest weekly update (22 May) from Hastings and Rother Police can be read here Police 220520

Scam Alert

The latest scam alert from Rother Neighbourhood Watch can be read here RNW 220520

Stolen dogs

Information from Rother Neighbourhood Watch about stolen dogs in the Rother area, along with details of scams, can be read here RNW 210520

Pett & Pett Level News: June 2020

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

Pett Flower Show – 25 July: Cancellation and Young People’s Classes

Because of the uncertainty of the current pandemic and the government lockdown regulations, it is with heavy hearts that the Pett Flower Show Committee have to announce the cancellation of our 2020 show. It is hoped that a downsized show can be held in the autumn for some of the classes that are not critical to the growing season.

In spite of the inspiration of the Gardening Club journal on Pettnet, the possibility of organising a complete virtual show is a step too far, but the Committee wish to encourage the younger generation to participate by entering photographs of exhibits in some of “Young People’s” classes, for which there will be prizes.

Further details of the Young People’s Classes can be read here Flower Show cancellation

Rother Council: Public Conveniences

The latest from Rother on the reopening of public conveniences is this –

“For now we have opened a select number of disabled toilets in Bexhill, Battle and Rye for general use and also opened Camber Central PCs over the weekend.”

No mention of Pett Level I’m afraid.

Councillor Andrew Mier

Calling Rother Businesses