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Examples of "petts"
With his partner, Brenda Chamberlain, Petts set up the Caseg Press in Snowdonia in 1937, and collaborated with poet Alun Lewis before the latter died in the Second World War. In later life Petts lived and worked in Abergavenny.
Valerie Petts is a British watercolourist based in Oxford, England.
John Petts is an English former professional football player and manager.
Paul Petts is an English former professional footballer who played as a winger.
Neighbouring areas are Crockenhill, Orpington, Petts Wood, St Pauls Cray and Swanley.
Petts later had a spell as manager of Northampton Town between 1977 and 1978.
A late-eighteenth-century farmhouse. Petts Farmhouse is a Grade II* listed building.
There are improvements in the access to the station as part of the Petts Hill road improvement scheme.
Biggin Hill, Chelsfield and Pratts Bottom, Cray Valley East, Darwin, Farnborough and Crofton, Orpington, Petts Wood & Knoll.
The pub was named in honour of William Willett (who came up with the idea of Daylight Saving) and lived in Petts Wood. Long-standing legal restrictions meant that no other pub could be built within one mile. Until Wetherspoons opened The Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood only ever had one public house.
Petts began his career with Bristol Rovers, making 13 appearances in the Football League for them between 1978 and 1980. He then played for Shrewsbury Town, making a further 149 appearances in the league over five seasons. Petts later played in Wales for Merthyr Tydfil.
Sayer married Frances Honywood, daughter of Sir Philip Honywood, and through her acquired the estates at Petts.
Orpington: Biggin Hill, Chelsfield and Pratts Bottom, Cray Valley East, Darwin, Farnborough and Crofton, Orpington, Petts Wood and Knoll.
Petts Wood railway station is on the South Eastern Main Line, serving Petts Wood in the London Borough of Bromley, south-east London. It is down-line from London Charing Cross and is situated between and stations. It is in Travelcard zone 5.
The station was built on the main line to the north of Orpington and opened on 9 July 1928, initially as a single island platform, with the first tickets printed showing the name as Pett's Wood. The community now surrounding it developed from that date: now the railway divides Petts Wood East and Petts Wood West.
With entrances in Thornet Wood Road and Blackbrook lane, there are 62 acres (25 hectares) of wildflower meadows, hedgerows and semi-natural ancient woodland. There is a cycle route through this park to Petts Wood. The London LOOP footpath also goes through Jubilee Park and it is linked to National Trust countryside at Petts Wood and beyond that to Scadbury Park Nature Reserve.
Petts Wood station serves the area with services to London Victoria via Herne Hill, London Charing Cross via Grove Park, London Cannon Street via Lewisham, Orpington and Sevenoaks. Petts Wood is served by several Transport for London bus services connecting it with areas including Bromley, Biggin Hill, Catford, Chislehurst, Hither Green, Lewisham, Orpington and St Mary Cray.
Petts is a member of the Oxford Art Society and undertakes some teaching. She has produced paintings for the monthly "Limited Edition" colour magazine of "The Oxford Times". She has exhibited in England, Japan, and South Africa. As well as watercolours and oil paintings, Petts also produces limited edition prints.
Petts has produced many Oxford views, including of Port Meadow. In 2013, Petts exhibited a series of ""In Memoriam"" oil paintings of Port Meadow after Oxford University's Castle Mill development that has affected views of the Oxford skyline from the meadow, as part of the Oxfordshire Art Weeks, at St Barnabas Church in Jericho, Oxford.
"In Defence of Woman" by William Cynwal. Translated by Gwyn Williams, engravings by John Petts London: Golden Cockerel Press, undated c.1955).