Pett Parish Council is made up of seven residents who have volunteered to work for the benefit of Pett and Pett Level as a whole. The council meets on the third Tuesday every other month at 7.30pm in the village hall to discuss issues specific to the parish such as planning applications in the area and the maintenance of parish assets. It also liaises with other government bodies on improvements for the village such as highways signage. Finally but not least, the council looks to support local groups to ensure good services in the village which allow residents to lead happy and healthy lives.

Should you have any questions about the council’s work or any ideas to improve life in the parish, just speak to any of the councillors (see page on Councillors for contact details) or contact the Clerk via this site.

The council has one member of staff, the parish clerk.