The Pett Village Hall Management Committee meet the first Monday of every other month in the Catharine Hollman room in the Village Hall.

To contact the Village Hall, including emergencies, ring Tim Rothwell on 07850 469314 or email


Although we are unable to host many of our usual activities at the moment, Pett Village Hall officially reopened on 6 July.

As a condition of hire, we are asking users to agree to the special conditions of hire document attached below which supplements the usual hire conditions. The document is based on advice from Government, Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) and Action in Rural Sussex (AIRS).

We will be keeping the document under review and will issue any amendments etc as and when necessary.

Let’s hope we can get all our activities back again at the Hall as soon as possible.

Kind regards

Tim Rothwell

Chair, Pett Village Hall Management Committee

07850 469314

Conditions of Hire Covid – 6 July 2020



Free WiFi is available at the Hall.

Log in details are as follows:

Wireless Network Name:

Pett Village Hall

Wireless Password:



The AGM of the Management Committee of the Pett Village Hall was held on 13 May 2019.

The papers and reports which were all approved at the meeting can be found here

David Hance and Helen Wilson decided to stand down as Committee Members and Trustees.

Terry Cornish was elected as a Committee Member and Trustee

The members of the committee for 2019/20 are as follows:

Terry Corinish

Carol Glasson

Carol Pecorini

Fran Pitts (Secretary)

Tim Rothwell (Chair, Bookings and Website Manager)

Richard Smith (Treasurer)


Chris and Robin Hutt, owners of Fairlight End, and the organisers of the Pett Village Gardens event over the weekend of 23 and 24 June, have given a donation of £1,418.11 (20% of the money raised for charity) in return for the use of the car park and toilets. The Pett Village Hall Committee are very grateful to Chris and Robin and the owners of the other three gardens that were open – Ambleside (David and Jackie), French Court Farm (Suzie and Guy) and Breanross (Libby and Tim) – for the donation.


It is with enormous pleasure that we can announce that in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List published today (9 June) Ray Barden has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for his services to the community in Pett.

Amongst the many other contributions Ray has made to the village, and until his recent decision not to stand for election again, Ray has been a member of the Pett Village Hall Committee for some forty years, including time as Chair.

Many congratulations Ray – the honour is well-deserved and the people of Pett are very grateful to you for all you have done for them.