MP Sally-Ann Hart bowls first ball of Pett Bowls Club campaign

Pett Village Bowls Club opened up their season for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic by welcoming MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart, to bowl the first ball of the campaign.

Speaking after the event, Mrs. Hart said “it was a real pleasure to visit the Pett Village Bowls Club to see the enjoyment and enthusiasm of club members. For some of them this was the first time in over a year they had met their friends and fellow bowls members due to the pandemic.”

“I am delighted group sporting activities are up and running again, and the Pett Village Bowls Club are a stellar example of how to do this in a Covid-19 secure way and still have a great time.”

After this difficult Covid period, the Club are looking to increase their numbers and see more local residents sign up to “take advantage of the exercise and companionship that comes from being involved with the club.”

“It is a real excuse to get out and do some exercise and get together with friends and neighbours for a few hours,” said Christ Saint, the Bowls Club Treasurer. “We are an incredibly friendly bunch and always on the lookout for new members to join our ranks, so please do get in touch if you live in Pett and want to get involved.”

For more information on the Pett Bowls Club, contact Chris Saint via 01424 813047 or chrisssaint.marsham@gmail.com

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