Welcome to Pett on the Net – the Community website for Pett & Pett Level.

This website is provided by Pett Parish Council for the community of Pett and Pett Level. If you want to post a news item of interest to the community, publicise an event, your group, society, or organisation, or report or comment on local events, then please contact our webmaster, Tim Rothwell, at

Any views expressed on this website are not necessarily those of Pett Parish Council or the webmaster.

If you are visiting, or planning to visit, Pett and Pett Level, this is our website where you will find information about the area, including latest eventschurch serviceslocal history and adverts for local services, including B&B, accommodation, pubs etc.

Our Village Magazine, which can be accessed here, also contains local advertisements and other useful information.

Emergency telephone numbers and useful addresses can be found here

We hope you enjoy your stay.

cliff end morning light

Cliff End – Morning Light

Photo courtesy of David Lambert

Latest News/Notices/Articles

Rother District Council: Self-isolation support grants

Self-isolation support grants

From Friday, people who are on low incomes and are required to self-isolate can access a new support payment via our website or by contacting our Customer Service colleagues.

Under the scheme a payment of £500 will ensure that those on low incomes are able to self-isolate without worry about their finances.

Those who start to self-isolate from 28 September will receive backdated payments.

To be eligible residents must:

  • have been asked to self-isolate (on or after 28 September) by NHS Test and Trace either because you have  tested positive for coronavirus or have recently been in close contact with someone who has tested positive
  • be employed or self-employed
  • be unable to work from home and will lose income as a result
  • be currently receiving Universal Credit, Working Tax Credit, income-based Employment and Support Allowance, income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Housing Benefit and/or Pension Credit

The payment will be made in one lump sum and will be subject to Income Tax.

In order to apply residents will need to provide the following evidence:

  • A notification from NHS Test & Trace asking you to self-isolate (including your unique ID number)
  • A bank statement
  • Proof of employment, or if you are self-employed, self-employment assessment returns, trading income and proof that you cannot work from home and will lose income as a result.

Discretionary Scheme

There is also a discretionary fund for individuals who meet the above criteria but are not receiving a qualifying benefit.

Applicants must also meet the following additional criteria in order to qualify for a payment from this scheme:

  • Are suffering financial hardship as a result of having to self-isolate
  • Have less than £3000 in capital or savings
  • Normally earning more than £80 per week but less than £290 per week

Visit our website for more information. 

Bus Service Update

I am writing with further news regarding the East Sussex Highways works in the Fairlight area and its effect on bus services.

I understand that the re-surfacing work that commenced last Monday has been proceeding well despite the wet weather. You will recall that this was generally working westwards. We understand that the work is due to clear the Lower Coastguard Lane junction imminently, as scheduled, with work continuing in Fairlight Road west of there from next Monday.

Accordingly, we have told Hams Travel to resume extending the relevant journeys on the 901 shuttle bus timetable to/from Lower Coastguard Lane from Monday 12 October. The section of route between there and Fairlight Cove had to be withdrawn from 22 September to permit ‘haunching’ works which were then followed by the re-surfacing activities over the last week. The afternoon journey on service 347 that serves Fairlight will also be extended again to Lower Coastguard Lane from the same date.

Colin Eaton

Transport Hub

East Sussex County Council

Hate Crime Will Not Be Tolerated in Sussex

Sussex Police is marking Hate Crime Awareness Week (October 10 – 17) by highlighting the impact of the crime, and urging people to report it so offences can be investigated and victims can be supported.

Further details can be read here Hate Crime Will Not Be Tolerated In Sussex

Tackling Modern Slavery in Sussex

Sussex Police are launching a third external campaign for two weeks, this time focusing on how they work with partner organisations to tackle modern slavery offences in our communities. Details can be read here Tackling Modern Slavery In Sussex

Hastings and Rother Police Weekly Report

The latest (9 October) weekly report from Hatings and Rother Police can be read here  Police 091020

M23 Roadworks

The latest update (9 October) on the M23 roadworks can be found here M23 091020

Stay Safe On-Line

Details of free webinars on staying safe on-line can be read here Webinars

Anti-Poverty

Councillor Sam Coleman, Chair of Rother District Council’s Anti-Poverty Task and Finish Group would like as part of their work

  • Written or recorded testimonials/stories/First hand experiences of poverty from residents.
  • Any resident feedback about the council’s services in relation to poverty and service accessibility.
  • Examples of casework relating to issues of poverty.

(These can of course be anonymised)

 

Further details can be read here

Anti poverty

Knit for Peace

This is Gillian Quick who knitted the squares and crocheted them together – we are making several of these to send to Knit for Peace who distributes items like these to women’s refuges, refugee drop-in centres, prisons, community groups and hospices as well as developing countries and refugee camps.

Each item requires 112 squares of knitting so if anyone would like to help there is wool available – details also in the Pett and Pett Level News.
Heather Godwin

 

knit for peace 3

knit for peace 3

Flu Briefing

Details on a  flu campaign for Sussex this winter can be found here Sussex CCGs Flu partner briefing 05.10.20

500 C lub Winners – October 2020

500win sept 2020

500win sept 2020

Rother Police – Monthly Report

The September monthly report from Rother Police can be read here Police 30092020 Rother

Pett Puzzles – New Page

A new page – Pett Puzzles – with the catalogue of jigsaw puzzles available from the Community Jigsaw Puzzle Library has been created on the Pett on the Net website here

M23 Roadworks Update

The latest update – 3 October – on the M23 roadworks can be read here M23 031020

Hastings and Rother Weekly Police Update

The latest update (2 October 2020) from Hastings and Rother Police can be read here Police 021020

URGENT: Bus Service Arrangements for Fairlight on Monday 5 October

Details of changes to the bus service arrangements for Fairlight on Monday 5 October can be read here Bus service arrangements for Fairlight

Parking – Pett Village Hall

The new sign for Pett Village Hall explaining that free parking is available in the hall car park. (Apologies for the sunshine on the photo!) This one faces the traffic from Guestling. The sign facing the other way will be put up soon. We will think about a new notice board as the current one has seen much better days.
Tim Rothwell
Chair, Pett Village Hall Management Committee
parking sign

parking sign

Beach Club: Bar Staff Wanted

beach club

beach club

PETT PAINTERS – NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2020: PETT VILLAGE HALL

judy november 2020 pett art class

judy november 2020 pett art class