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APRIL 2012 | Contents

07 What’s on listings

28 30

14 News

from the BN5 area

21 Local interest Beer and Bunting

28 Kid’s stuff

Easter things to do

36

30 Kid’s stuff

Governor awards 2012

36 Food & drink Just Brownies

50 60

50 Food & drink White Hart review

60 Health

Health Walks

64 Business

with Paul Samrah

66 Index

of advertisers

Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Drew, Bill Gander, Paul Samrah and Mike Beardall. Cover image of the 2011 St Peter’s Easter cake competition by Mandy Shaw. With thanks to Amelie for showing us her prize-winning cake. BN5 magazine is printed by Evonprint in Small Dole on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper and is printed using vegetable-based inks.

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Editor’s LETTER

April issue of BN5 is full of food and fun. We’ve got an article on the scrumptious chocolate brownies created by artisan chef Sarah Westall from Partridge Green as well as a review of our ‘local’ the White Hart. As for the fun bit - Easter holidays are on the horizon so we have an article on local events and attractions to keep your children happy and busy during the Easter break. By the time you receive this copy of BN5 the fundraising challenge of the year will be well underway at Henfield Leisure Centre. Seven intrepid runners will be occupying seven treadmills for seven marathons in seven days... that’s a lot of sevens and I am guessing a few blisters too. Some of the treadmills will be run by teams, so there are many more than seven runners involved. This record-breaking attempt will be run for children with cancer, in particular one incredibly brave and special little boy called Ashton Hayne. Six year old Ashton is Sammy Bremner and Tracey Prescott’s nephew, they love him dearly and the way they have found to demonstrate their support for his tireless battle with cancer is to run for him, to raise money to help prevent more children like Ashton from having to battle themselves. The team, inspired by Ashton, aim to raise £21,000 for Clic Sargent, the childhood leukemia charity, and Henfield Leisure Centre. Do show them some big Henfield love by digging as deep as you can. Best wishes

Copy Deadline

Copy deadline for any advertisement or editorial submission for the May 12 issue of BN5 magazine is Thursday 5 April. For editorial submissions email Emma Osman editor@bn5magazine.co.uk or just call us for a chat on 01273 494002.

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APRIL 2012 | What’s on

Saturday 31 March

Tuesday 3

777 Fundraising

Chatterbox

Henfield Leisure Centre, all day

Free Church Hall, 9.30-11.30am Come along and support the run- (and all Tuesdays)

Thursday Circle

Free Church Hall, 2.30pm

A visit from Brighton & Hove Basics Bank, who supply basic needs to the homeless and those in need.

ners on their last of 7 marathon days Come along and meet friends while the in aid of Clic Sargent and HLC. Mu- children have fun. £1.50 per family. sic, cakes, entertainment including the winning Golden Ticket drawn by NHS Retirement members Good Friday meeting Heart FM’s Jack the Lad. St. Peter’s, Henfield, Franklands Village Hall, Haywards 10am All Age Worship Heath 10.15am-12pm (1st Tues of 10.45am Ecumenical walk of witeach month) Palm Sunday ness leaves St Peter’s A friendly, social and educational mornHenfield Evangelical Church, ing, including excellent speakers on St. Peter’s, Woodmancote, 10.30am Morning Communion various subjects. For details contact 9.45am Devotional Service 6.30pm Informal Evening Service, Mrs Barbara Powell, 01444 457684. St. Giles’, Shermanbury followed by refreshments Hearing Aid Clinic 11.15am Devotional Service St. Peter’s, Henfield, Henfield Parish Council (outer 2pm Good Friday Service 8am Holy Communion (BCP) office), Henfield Hall, 2-4pm

Friday 6

Sunday 1 April

HDC Health Walk 9am Holy Communion (CW) 10am meet the donkey at The White Horse, Maplehurst, 10am Common (Golden Square) Meet in pub car park. 5 miles, no dogs. Call Bill on 01403 256248. 10.30am All Age Worship Henfield Garden Club 6.30pm Praise Service St Peter’s Church, Woodmancote, Henfield Hall, 7.30pm 9.45am

Evangelical Free Church,

10.15am, Good Friday Service followed by Procession of Witness, with tea/coffee and hot-cross buns.

HDC Health Walk Southwater, 11am

Illustrated talk by Peter Bareham 2½ miles level, no stiles, suitable “Only 48 hours to go” – celebrating for new walkers. Meet in Country Park car park, Cripplegate Lane. European Garden Festivals. Call Pat on 01403 240654.

Holy Communion

St. Giles’ Church, Shermanbury, 11.15am Morning Prayer

Quiz Night

Easter Beer ‘n’ Bunting

Saturday 7

White Hart, 8.30pm (also 17th) Partridge Green Village Hall, 12pm Entry £2 each, in aid of HART. Teams 20 Mile Breeze Adventure Henfield, 8am of six, cash prize for winners. Call Sarah on 07930 692790.

Wednesday 4

Monday 2

Mindful hours

Sussex Osteopath & Complementary Health Clinic, Hurstpierpoint, 6.30-7.30pm (every Monday)

Explore meditation and mindfulness. £15. Call Nicola on 01444 819075.

Breeze is a women’s cycling group, free of charge, affiliated with British Henfield Community Transport Cycling. This trip is a brisk paced ride along the downslink. Contact Pick up starts 9am Shopping to Eastbourne, cost £12. Victoria@bicyclenbuns.co.uk Pick up and drop off from home. To Buzz on the Common book ring 01444 471919.

Thursday 5

Henfield Common, 10am-12pm

Outdoor activities for kids and dads 4-11 year olds. £2 for adult and 1child plus plus 50p for each exSt Peter’s Church, 9-10am (every Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45am tra child. Brunch is included. Wear (and every Thursday) Mon & Thurs except Easter Mon wellies if raining, and your bikes for & Thurs 12 April, but do come to Fun with music for pre-schoolers. Free. a bike ride and Easter egg hunt.

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Sunday 8

Easter Coffee Morning

St. Peter’s, Henfield,

The church will be open for coffee & cakes. Enjoy Easter flowers, music, meet friends and support our plans to restore our bells. Explore the history in the church, see the Memorial to the Woodmancote Martyrs.

St. Peter’s Church, Woodmancote, 10.30am-12pm

Easter Day

5.30am Vigil and first fire 9am Holy Communion (BCP) 10.30am Parish Communion

Evangelical Free Church,

6.30pm Songs of Praise. A united service at The Free Church, with speaker Revd. Alistair Cutting, followed by refreshments.

St, Peter’s, Woodmancote,

9.45am Easter Holy Communion

St. Giles’, Shermanbury,

11.15am Easter Holy Communion

Tuesday 10

Small Dole Tuesday Club Small Dole Village Hall, 7pm

Cruttenden on Ideals Nanochallenge. £2 non-members. 01273 492754.

Wednesday 11

Henfield Community Transport Pick up starts 9am

Trip to IKEA, Croydon cost £13. Pick up and drop off from home. To book ring 01444 471919.

Thursday 12

Coffee Morning

St. Peter’s Church, Henfield

Our spring party, all are welcome. 10.30-11.30am Join us in St. Peters Church for fresh The cost for visitors is £2. coffee and homemade cakes.

Woodmancote Parish Hall AGM Parish Hall, Woodmancote 7pm

The Great Henfield Easter Open to all. Followed by: Egg Hunt Woodmancote Parish Henfield Youth Club, 10.30am Council Annual Meeting

RNLI Art Exhibition Henfield Hall, 7.30pm

Preview evening, tickets free of charge from Jasmine’s, Henfield. Also Friday 13, 9.30am-6pm and Saturday 14, 9.30am-3.30pm.

Community Church, Henfield. Fol- Parish Hall, Woodmancote 8pm lowed by a short family Easter celebration incl. refreshments, a quiz This is an opportunity to hear about the things that are going on within and prizes. Free. 07548850828. the Parish and put your questions to Little Fishes the Council. Tea and biscuits after. St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (every Fri) Meet for singing, stories and lots of Henfield History Group Sangboc Folk Club Evangelical Free Church Hall, 8pm play, including a drink and biscuit. The Royal Oak, 8pm

Friday 13

Monday 9

Contact Ian on 07957 433894.

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APRIL 2012 | What’s on Wear colourful socks and meet A 7-week Course starts in Henfield Performing in Brandenburg Choral children’s author Nick Sharratt in- 8pm. For details 01273 493925. Festival. www.brandenburgchoraltroducing his new book ‘Socks’. festival.co.uk. Tickets £2 (towards purchase). Call 01903 812062. Woodmancote & Henfield WI

Wednesday 18

Henfield Camera Club

Henfield Hall, 2.15pm

Saturday 28

Bring & Buy Coffee morning

The WI archives with Ann Stamper. Henfield Hall Garden Room, 10am To raise money for the Royal BritMembers evening covering as- For details call 01273 494802 ish Legion Poppy Appeal. Cake pects of photography requested by stall, brick a brac, book stall & raffle. members. See our website www. Steyning Bookshop author visit Come and support our heroes. If you henfieldcameraclub.org.uk The Sussex Produce Company, have any Bric a Brac (not Jumble) for collection call Mike Morgan 492134. Steyning, 4pm

Henfield Hall, 8pm

Thursday 19

Saturday 14

Full English Breakfast

Meet Miranda Gore-Brown (Great Henfield Camera Club British Bake-Off finalist). Demon- Henfield Hall, 8pm Speaker Janice Baker, Kingston strations, tea and biscuits. Entry Andrew Perry judges our annual Crown Court probation officer. Tick- £6. Call 01903 812062. competitions. The set subject for digiets £5 from Jasmine’s and Church tal projected images is “Shadows”. Book Shop. Contact 01273 493925. www.henfieldcameraclub.org.uk

Free Church Hall, 8.30am

Friday 20

Coffee Morning

Henfield Cricket Pavilion, 10am-12pm

HDC Health Walk Southwater, 11am

Saturday 28

2½ miles level, no stiles, suitable Inner Dance Including Grand National draw, cof- for new walkers. Meet in Country fee, cake, plants, jumble and more. Park car park, Cripplegate Lane. The Steyning Centre, 10am-12.30pm A workshop exploring a unique In aid of Henfield Cricket Club. Call Pat on 01403 240654. blend of the Alexander Technique Plant Sale & Coffee Morning and dance, where everyone can Henfield Hall (Garden Room) discover their natural poise and 10am-12pm The Other Mile Walking Group experience the magic of dance. Contact jhojka@aol.com 07767 Henfield Garden Club. Plants, Meet Free Church, 9.30am cakes, tombola and garden items. A walk of about 4 miles, aiming 048560. £20 advance booking. Admission 50p inc coffee/biscuit. to be back in the village by lunch- Henfield Tennis Club time. Details from Ron and Shirley Henfield Leisure Centre, 10am-2pm Stanford at 01273 493979. Racket Demonstration Day. Come 8 Mile Traffic-free Pootle Jumble Sale & Auction and try different rackets and have Henfield, 10am (also Sun 22 & 29) Henfield Hall, 2pm tea and coffee with club members. Breeze is a women’s cycling group, In aid of Busy Bees Playgroup. Refree of charge, affiliated with British freshments available, cake stall & rafCycling. Contact Victoria@bicyclen- fle. Entrance 30p. Bring your jumble buns.co.uk for further information. along on the morning from 9.30am, or ring 494723. No large items please. Action for Older People

Saturday 21

Sunday 15

Advance Notice Wednesday 2 May

Monday 16

Tuesday 24

CAMEO

Henfield Art Club

Corpus Christi Church Hall, Tanyard 10.30am-12pm

Henfield Hall, 7.15pm

At CAMEO retired people meet together in a friendly atmosphere with Josie Tipler “A Cat in Pastel” a cup of coffee or tea. Easter quiz. CAMEO is sponsored by the Community Church Henfield. 07548850828. The Other Mile Walking Group

Thursday 26

Meet Free Church, Henfield 7pm

Lunch at Terry’s Cross

Henfield Hall Garden Room, 2pm

Annual information meeting for seniors and their friends. Three topics; digital switchover, crime and home security and pendant alarms. A free cream tea with homemade cakes will be provided. No need to book. Contact 01273 492620.

Thursday 3 May

Evening walk. Details from Ron and Naomi’s Friends Shirley Stanford at 01273 493979. St Peter’s Church, 3pm Raising funds to refurbish the hall Naomi’s Friends will be meeting and landings. Enjoy two courses with 4Sight again for tea, company and friendwine & coffee £15. To book your place Henfield Evangelical Free Church, 10.30am-12pm (and last ship. All who have lost loved ones, call Sally Brown, 01273 501469. however long ago. Call the Revd Thursday of every month) An informal & friendly meeting for the Christina Bennett on 01273 492222. blind and partially sighted living in HenStyleStep workshop field and surrounding areas. £2 incl tea/ 10am-2pm, Style Step Studio, Plant Sale coffee & biscuits. 01273 453000. Partridge Green

Terry’s Cross, Woodmancote

Tuesday 17

Saturday 5 May

Colour analysis. £30 p/p. Call Helen on 07773 800168.

Friday 27

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Steyning Grammar School, Church St Playground, 9am-12pm

Selection of plants, plus refreshments. Organised by FOSGS. Call Vanessa on 07973 623893.

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News | APRIL 2012 Cantatrice voices Around 60 ladies from Steyning and Horsham Cantatrice choir took part in the second Choiroke organised by the Bravo team and headed by the charismatic Kaytie Harding from Horsham. Eight choirs from Sussex and Surrey brought all their different styles of music to the Dorking Halls on 11 February including rock & pop, jazz, classical and contemporary. Cantatrice will be performing in London in April as part of the Brandenburg Choral Festival (see the Whats on section) and will also be performing at the Steyning Festival.

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Fire crews from Henfield, Partridge Green and Steyning recently carried out the rescue of 12 people â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;trapped in a pub fireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in Henfield High Street. Alarmed residents near The George were relieved to discover the incident was a West Sussex Fire Service exercise involving the three village stations. Volunteer â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;victimsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (friends and family of fire crews) were â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;trappedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on the first floor of the pub and were led to safety. The exercise is part of continual training and development for West Sussex Fire and Rescue teams. Mike Beardall

Marie Curie Cancer Care goes the whole hog!

The Marie Curie â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Whole Hogâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; event will take place on Sunday 13 May at Hind leap Warren Outdoor Educational Centre, Forest Row. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a timed 10k crosscountry run around the beautiful Ashdown Forest together with an assault course. Participants can take part in teams of three or as individuals and must be prepared to get wet and muddy! Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s open to anyone aged 18 and participants can sign-up as a group or alone as a personal challenge. The team spirit, live music and hot food (as well as mud!) should create a great atmosphere on the day whilst raising money for the charity. Marie Curie Cancer Care provides free nursing to the terminally ill in the home and in hospices. Every ÂŁ20 raised pays for an hour of nursing care. For more information visit www.mariecurie.org. uk/events or call 08700 340 040.

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APRIL 2012 | News BUSINESS award nomination FOR StyleStep Local style expert Helen Reynolds has been nominated for a Mumsclub Business Mum Award as â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Business Mum of the Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. The awards provide recognition for â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Mumpreneursâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; â&#x20AC;&#x201C; women juggling the running of a successful business with caring for a family. Helen runs StyleStep from her comfortable garden studio in Partridge Green. For more information on Helenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s services, visit www.stylestep.co.uk

2012 Pumpkin Competition

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The Henfield Club is proud to announce the revival of the famous Henfield Pumpkin Growing Competition in 2012. All proceeds from the competition and the weighing ceremony event will be donated to Henfield Youth Club. Seedlings raised by our local pumpkin growing experts will be available to purchase from Stokes and Hamfields. Full details will be announced at a later date.

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Crazy cardboard box camp On Saturday 25th February, eleven 2nd Henfield Guides and their leaders gathered together to spend the night in the Guide hut. We had no blankets, no pillows and no mattresses. All we had were cardboard boxes. This was all to raise awareness about what it is like for the homeless children, especially The Railway Children Charity! Raising altogether around ÂŁ200 we survived the cold night! The Railway Children Charity is an organisation, which help the homeless children in the UK and abroad In the evening all the Guides made their own cardboard houses from scratch, which we were to sleep in later. They were all very imaginative, and some even had chimneys, (even though they collapsed during the night!) We played lots of games related to the homeless and even made a fake campfire and sat around and sang the old campfire songsâ&#x20AC;Ś â&#x20AC;&#x153;We all had a really great time despite the cold night and uncomfortable cardboard beds!â&#x20AC;? said the organisers who were doing this as part of their Baden Powell award. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We would definitely do it again!â&#x20AC;? Maisie Ross-Talbot, Imogen Scobie, Anna Moseley and Sofia Fowls-Konstantinidis.

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News | APRIL 2012 Henfield RNLI Christmas Quiz Once again the Henfield Branch RNLI Quiz kept everyone’s brains ticking over during the Christmas break and we received a good number of high scoring entries. Congratulations to the winners: Rod Hudson and Mrs Cullen from Milton Keynes; Nick Baker from Clayton; Pete Johnson from Sheffield; and Val Dolby from Exmouth. Winning scores ranged from 95 to 100. The winner of the bottle of Champagne, drawn from those who scored 60 or more correct answers, was Mrs Denby from Bramber. Many thanks to the question setters, outlets who sold our quiz and the Henfield businesses who donated prizes: Rushfields Plant Centre Ltd, Jeremy’s, Henfield Post Office, Birchfield Nurseries and Budgens. The total raised has still to be confirmed but should be in the region of £400. If you would like a copy of the answers please email Sarah Jago at jagos@logs.uk.com

Henfield Gardens and Arts Festival 16-17 June We are already up and running for the 2012 event. Our gardens are at this very minute being planted, weeded and comprehensively polished-up for the weekend. This year we have nearly 30 venues being prepared to give a warm welcome to many hundreds of visitors, as we show off our village through its many beautiful gardens. Over the last 12 years we have opened some impressive gardens and had some outstanding exhibitions of

arts and crafts, as well as a range of exciting musical concerts. We are again grateful to local businesses and groups for their sponsorship which greatly helps to enhance the festival. All gardens can be visited on foot, but if you would like to take the weight off your feet and see as much as possible, you can take the free minibus service to help you reach every spot! As in past years, the festival will include a collection for a local charity, although this is kept deliberately low-key and not the main focus for the weekend. This year Henfield Youth Club will benefit from visitors’ contributions to help it flourish and attract new members. Will Green

West Sussex Connected

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West Sussex County Council and its private sector partners will be working to provide access to broadband in all parts of the County by April 2015 and access to superfast broadband to 90% of premises by the same date. We are now encouraging all residents and businesses in West Sussex to register support for faster broadband by completing a form online at www.westsussex-betterconnected.org.uk . Registering your support does not commit you to sign-up to any new service. Communities that demonstrate the strongest support are likely to be included in the earlier stages of the Broadband Improvement Programme.

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APRIL 2012 | News Steyning & District U3A Steyning and District U3A includes Henfield and other villages in the area and has over 300 members and 38 interest groups. The next open meeting will be in Penfold Hall in Church Street, Steyning on 10 May where there will be a speaker on a subject of local interest plus the opportunity to find out more about our activities. Anyone no longer in full time employment is welcome to join. If you are new to the area or have recently retired visit www.u3asites.org.uk/steyning or write to us at PO Box 2595 Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 0EA

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On Shrove Tuesday, St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School PTA hosted the annual â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pancakes in the Playgroundâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; event. A small band of volunteers precooked 400 pancakes then served the children as they came to school with a choice of yummy fillings. The children were then entertained by the teacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pancake race which ended (without injury) in a draw. Thanks to those who helped both on the day. Tim Furber, PTA Chair

Winstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wish Every 22 minutes a child in Britain is bereaved of a parent. Winstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wish (the leading childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bereavement charity in the UK), knows that the right help at the right time makes a life-changing difference to a bereaved child. We provide support though our specialist services delivered by clinically qualified staff including a National Helpline, face to face and group support with bereaved children and their families and residential weekends held in West Sussex. Winstonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Wish has been working with children and families across West Sussex for the past five years and has recently moved to a new office on Springfield Road in Horsham. For more information visit www. winstonswish.org.uk

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News | APRIL 2012 Pop Up Vintage Pop Up Vintage is a new and exciting way to get your vintage fix, whether it be linen, china, furniture, jewellery, clothing, or mirrors. The first Pop Up Vintage Fair will be held at the Adastra Hall in Hassocks (Keymer Road, BN6 8NH) on Saturday 21 April (10am - 4pm, £1 entrance, children free). There will be a wealth of store-holders, a Pop Up Vintage Cafe (serving delicious home made cakes, teas and coffee on lovely pieces of china) and a background ambience of 1940’s music and old pathe news reels. More information at www.facebook.com/popupvintagesussex or call 07880 557435.

Get Fit for the Summer at Henfield Leisure Centre Personal trainer Natasha Weber is running a six week course with two one-hour sessions each week. Sessions will include one-to-one training, workouts and advice on diet and nutrition to help you lose the inches. Small groups of six or less will experience cardio, conditioning, core & posture, boxing and even team games. Your BMI and weight will be confidentially monitored. The course starts on 23 April. For information call 01273 494984.

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Chanctonbury sings Puccini

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After the very successful performance of Haydn’s Creation in February, Chanctonbury Chorus are preparing for their next concert due to take place in June. The main work will be the little-performed ‘Messa di Gloria’ by Puccini which although sacred, has a definite operatic sound. If you would like to join us in singing this glorious work please come along to our rehearsals in the Drama Room at Steyning Grammar School on Wednesday evenings at 7.45pm. Whether you are soprano, alto, tenor or bass you will be assured of a warm welcome. There are no auditions and there is free parking in The Steyning Centre. For more information call 01273 452069 or visit www.chanctonbury chorus. org . We look forward to seeing you.

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APRIL 2012 | News

Henfield’s Diamond Jubilee Celebrations A very special oak tree was planted in the Tanyard on Saturday 25 February to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year. The young tree was grown by the Woodland Trust from a Royal estate acorn (collected from either Windsor Great Park or Sandringham). Members of Henfield Commons Committee, Henfield Parish Council and Horsham District Council were in attendance. Andrew Sharp, chairman of the Commons Committee, said: “We can imagine that In 150 years’ time this tree will be a focal point and known as the Diamond Jubilee Tree.” Henfield will be marking the Diamond Jubilee in other ways as well. Plans are being made for a permanent wrought-iron hanging-basket post (suitably inscribed) for the village centre and Henfield Garden Club will plant a ‘Jubilee Garden’ near the Henfield Hall. Henfield High Street will feature a red, white and blue planting scheme in the parish council planters. The Diamond Jubilee Holiday runs from Saturday 2 June to Tuesday 5 June with various events around Henfield. On the Sunday 3 June a ‘Last Night of the Proms’ evening will be held at Red Oaks, featuring the band Brass Fusion and our very own Royal Opera star Sidonie Winter. Bring your own picnic and join in the singing. A special Thanksgiving and Celebration Ecumenical

service will be held in St Peter’s Church on Sunday 3 June at 3pm. A children’s picnic in the gardens of the Henfield Hall is being planned for the afternoon of Monday 4 June. The committee will be publishing a programme of weekend events and would like to hear from anyone if they wish their street party or other celebration to be included in this. Please write in the details of your activities to the Parish Council Office, Coopers Way, Henfield BN5 9DB, email to office@henfield.gov.uk or call Arun on 495910.

Henfield actor in ‘The Iron Lady’ Henfield actor Brian P Smith, who appears in the award-winning film The Iron Lady with Meryl Streep, leads a double life. When not in films Brian is a science technician at Ardingly College (where he is known as Brian Craik-Smith) and is the creator of Pop-ettes paper animals. In ‘The Iron Lady’ he plays a photographer and is also in a crowd scene as an MP. “Being there first-hand on set as an extra and seeing Meryl’s portrayal of Maggie, there was no doubt in my mind that she would be a hot favourite for a Bafta and Oscar” said Brian. He is also in two other films due out shortly: ‘360’, starring Anthony Hopkins, and ‘Now Is Good’, starring Dakota Fanning (partly filmed in Brighton).

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News | APRIL 2012

TRAGEDY SPARKS FUNDRAISER FOR HART at the fox Staff and customers at The Fox, Small Dole, raised ÂŁ200 for HART (Henfield Area Response Team) following the death of one of their regulars. Lynne Short of Wantley Hill, Henfield, died suddenly at her home, but was attended by HART responders after the 999 call was made. She was a close friend of Fox licensee Lyn Baldwin, whose mother Betty Corke has been attended twice by HART responders. Lyn, who has been at The Fox for nine years, handed over a cheque to HART members. She said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;HART

provides an essential service to our community in the Henfield area and, as well as my mother, I know of other friends who have been attended by them. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is such a comfort to have professionals there when you are waiting for the ambulance service to arrive.â&#x20AC;? Dick Nye, chairman of HART, said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are very grateful to Lyn and her customers for money which keeps us operating and helps maintain our heart defibrillators and other equipment.â&#x20AC;? Lyn is planning a fundraising cream tea in Lynneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s memory from 3-5.30pm on Easter weekend, Saturday April 7 at The Fox. All proceeds to HART. Mike Beardall

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APRIL 2012 | Local interest

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gelic soaps and body creams. Bright FMâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best New Business 2011, Scrumdiddlyyum, will be tempting you with their delicious pies, cheese scones and jam tarts. And make sure you take home one of Helen Bullinghamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Greatest Cakesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; as well as some local cheese and jams. Beer â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bunting is a great place to catch up with friends and neighbours while supporting local businesses. A future date for your diary; June Beer â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bunting event will take place in The Partridge Pub with proceeds being donated to help replace play equipment for the King V George playing fields.

Dark Star Brewery will have plenty of beer on sale and will be offering a free tasting of their popular golden ale Hophead. Owl and Slipper will be selling wonderful hand crafted doorstops, soft toys and colourful crocheted items. Bonnie Boutique will have vintage handcrafted cushions and little handbags on display. Beer â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Bunting is organised by Sarah Westall of local Gemma from Little Gems will be demonstrating pot- company Just Brownies. For details contact Sarah on tery painting. Stallholder Just Bev will be selling an- 07930 692790 or email sarah@justbrownies.co.uk

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News | APRIL 2012 Henfield and district Self Help Group Thank everyone who gave so generously in memory of our dear Olive Skilton who was one of the longest-serving helpers in the group. The money will be used for the benefit of all our members. Maureen Dexter

White Hart PUB QUIZZES RAISE £1,000 FOR HART Gyles Culver, landlord of The White Hart, recently handed over a cheque for £1,000 to Dick Nye, chairman of HART - the Henfield Area Response team. The money is the result of pub quizzes held on every other Tuesday throughout the year. Gyles Culver said: “We are immensely proud to support this group of volunteers who work tirelessly to save lives in the village. All the credit goes to those who support our quizzes to raise funds.”

Henfield Parish Council Council is working in partnership with West Sussex County Council to improve the surface along the Blackgate Lane bridleway. This well used path gets very muddy in wet weather and by the time you read this article it should have received a new more user friendly surface over the previously muddy section. Council has purchased a mechanical pavement vacuum. This equipment will supplement the good work of the Litter Wardens in their efforts to keep the village centre pavements clean. The vacuum is particularly useful for sucking up cigarette ends and general dust and debris. The Chessbrook Green play area at Wantley Hill Estate is the oldest play area in Henfield and is becoming more difficult to maintain as its condition deteriorates. This Council has proposed new play schemes to renovate the play area and has invited local residents to select their preferred choice. Saxon Weald are very supportive of the proposals and an application for a grant has been submitted to part fund this project. It is hoped that if the application is successful the new play area will be open later this summer. The Annual Henfield Parish meeting was held in early March with around 80 people attending. There were lots of questions and comments and a full report of the meeting can be found on this Councils website. Phillip Hill, Henfield Parish Council

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SEVEN MARATHONS IN SEVEN DAYS to reach £21k target Three Henfield runners will reach run seven marathons in seven days for charity starting on Sunday March 25 at the Leisure Centre. Henfield business owner Sam Bremner and postmen Malcolm Lane and Tim Jones are in daily treadmill machine training for the fund-raising ordeal. The three will be joined on various days by 28 other teams and solo runners, or walkers, to raise around £21,000. Seventy percent will go to CLIC Sargent, the children's cancer charity, and 30 percent to Henfield Leisure Centre. The team of three are planning to raise a minimum of just over £6,500 between them. Organiser Tracey Prescott, Sam's sister, said: "We were sparked into action by the plight of our nephew, Ashton Hayne who is six. He was diagnosed with leukemia two years ago and is half way through his treatment. His father Martin Hayne and mum Michelle will also be running a treadmill team marathon at the Leisure Centre." Friend Donna Stephenson will be doing an 'Iron Man' event on March 28th - as well as running in the Brighton Marathon on April 15. The Iron Man consists of a 2.4 mile swim, a 112-mile cycle ride and a 26.2 mile marathon, all in the same day. There are lots of activities and fundraising fun happening at the Leisure Centre during the week so make sure you support the runners and enjoy the atmosphere. The finale on Saturday 31 will see Jack the Lad from Heart FM drawing the Golden Ticket in the

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Care Home in Classic Film Remake! Hollywood came to Henfield this week as staff, residents and relatives of Red Oaks Care Home came together to remake the classic movie Some Like It Hot with training and theatre company Ladder to the Moon. From producing props, scenery and costumes before the visit to getting involved with make-up, costume, sound effects and clapperboard on the day, everyone had a part to play. The lead role (made famous by Marilyn Monroe) was played by a recent addition to the staff team, Matthew Harris who seemed proud to be dressed as a woman for the day! An edited copy of the film will be sent to the home for their viewing very soon, so an evening of popcorn and ice cream may well be on the cards. Cut! For more information about Ladder to the Moon, call 020 7794 2593 or email amy@laddertothemoon.co.uk

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ing built in Henfield. Four extra spaces have already been created in the Library car park but there is no additional land available to provide further public parking. We would like car park users to be aware of this pressure and to consider alternative options such as: â&#x20AC;˘ Avoiding the peak times of 10am-12pm on weekdays, particularly on Mondays â&#x20AC;˘ Walking to the shops and using the home delivery services offered by some village retailers â&#x20AC;˘ Lift sharing, especially when parking all day for coach trips. â&#x20AC;˘ When organising a coach trip, arranging for pickups around the village. Both the Community Partnership and Parish Council are proud that Henfield provides free parking with no restrictions for residents and visitors - please help us keep it this way. The Community Partnership and Parish Council plan to undertake further surveys in Autumn 2012 and again in Spring 2013. Henfield Community Partnership & Henfield Parish Council

Coles Help for Heroes race Local garage Coles Automotive in Edburton sponsored a charity greyhound race at Hove Greyhound Stadium on 1 March in aid of the Help for Heroes Race to Recovery. The successful evening, organized by local greyhound trainer Wayne Wrighting, raised a total of ÂŁ4,014.

Surveys of the car parks at the Library and Henfield Hall were undertaken by the Community Partnership and Henfield Parish Council between September 2010 and October 2011 to establish who, why and when they are being used by. The survey found that although the availability of car parking spaces is at times difficult, there is currently no evidence of a significant parking problem or a deteriorating situation Cockatiel found that would suggest a need for controls. cockatiel was found near Henfield Youth Centre         A  However, pressure on car parking spaces can be ex- in mid-February. If you are the owner, please call pected to increase with the new homes currently be- 494723 by 10 April.

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Henfield goes Live!

Henfield offers many of the advantages of a traditional country village but that doesn’t stop us making the most of the latest technology. We now have the go ahead to develop a state-of-the-art website that will help everyone to find all the information they need about our village whenever they want it. With the help of a grant just announced by West Sussex County Council, work is getting underway to make it happen. The new website will connect Henfield residents to all the many sources of information about the village, including special offers in the shops as well as clubs, societies, events and activities. It will carry up-to-theminute information about news and developments in the village, and even the local weather forecast. The website will also be good for local businesses, encouraging use of the High Street and commercial services in Henfield and the adjacent parishes. We also aim to attract more visitors too by helping them to find accommodation, local attractions and things to see and do. A small team of volunteers has been formed and they will be talking to as many people as possible to ensure the website meets the needs of our community. Team leader Steve Bailey said “We know there is a lot of enthusiasm in the village. Our job now is to make sure that we deliver what people want. Our plan is to have the website designed, built and launched by September.” The project has the active support of both the Parish Council and Henfield Community Partnership. BN5 Magazine is closely involved and will bring many of the features of the printed copy to the new website. Editor, Emma Osman said; “The website gives us the opportunity to get even more information to local people in a lively and informative way. We’re really pleased to be involved with the project and look forward to the launch of what we believe will be a fantastic community asset for the village.” If you would like to know more about the website, or have ideas to contribute, please contact Digby Stephenson by email at digby100@btinternet.com or call him on 07815 048609. He would be happy to meet with interested individuals or organisations in order to discuss and determine their views.

Wacky reading at The Towers World book day at The Towers saw lots of very inventive costumes from pupils and staff including the rather uncomfortable ones worn by ‘Bill and Ben’ and the very colourful Minnie Mouse and friends. Following on from this success we have launched a ‘Wacky Reading’ competition for the girls to send in a photograph of herself reading in the wackiest place she can find. The photographs will be judged after the Easter holiday and, as an inspiration, here is one where Ms Hansell is doing some paired reading with a giraffe!

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an award and a prize of £50 in book vouchers, presented by Governors at a school assembly (we have a donation from a local business to support this, so the award will be self-funded). If you know of a child at St Peters who has done something deserving of this award please write to or email the school Governing body with a brief explanation. All nominations will be considered.

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Sarah originally trained as a chef and she has worked in many local restaurants including The Green Man, The Fountain Inn at Ashurst, and The Crown Inn at Dial Post. However baking has always been her passion: “My Nan makes delicious celebration cakes and when I was young, she used to give me icing bags to play with. I used to love making patterns and experimenting.” In 2008 Sarah started to make brownies as gifts for family and friends and it was her mum who encouraged her to turn her hobby into a business. “People would tell me that my brownies were amazing,” said Sarah. “They badgered me to start my own browniemaking business.” However, it wasn’t until the death of a friend that she decided to anything about it. “I realised that life is too short not to follow your dreams so I decided to take the plunge and launch my own business – Just Brownies. I can’t believe it’s been a year already as Just Brownies celebrates its first birthday in April.” All Sarah’s brownies are made at home in her kitchen by hand using a good old-fashioned spoon and plenty of elbow grease! She likes to use good quality local and British ingredients where possible, for example her eggs come from a farm in Steyning. The weekly quantities of ingredients Sarah requires to make her brownies is quite staggering – she can get through 10 kilos of chocolate, 40 packs of butter and nearly 200 eggs! As well as her original chocolate brownies, Sarah loves to experiment with new and unusual flavours.

Her current range includes rocky-road, honeycomb, rhubarb, peanut butter, curry (yes, really!), cookies and cream (with Oreo cookies), and cookie monster (with Maryland cookies). “Being a trained chef gives me the confidence to experiment with flavours.” said Sarah. “My latest creation is a doughnut brownie which was suggested by a customer – I love people giving me ideas.” For Easter, Sarah has really gone to town creatively and is making Easter cinnamon brownies, mini-egg brownies and mini-egg brolly pops (heart shaped brownies on a stick!). Sarah’s attention to detail doesn’t just stop with the brownies themselves. The packaging is beautifully simple, letting the products speak for themselves. Sarah sells her brownies locally though Budgens in Henfield, Swains Farm Shop, Union Jack Farmshop and the Crown Inn at Dial Post. Every Saturday Sarah can be found with her beautiful smile and contagious laugh at the Carfax market in Horsham. Her stall,

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APRIL 2012 | Food & drink decorated in a fabulous vintage style, won first prize in the recent Horsham markets ‘Best Dressed Market Stall’ award. As well as keeping busy with Just Brownies, Sarah is also the driving force behind the local event ‘Beer and Bunting’ - a cost effective way for small local producers to sell their products to local people. As we chatted, Sarah’s phone was constantly beeping with new orders coming in. “I’m currently cooking 20 to 30 trays of brownies a week and it’s getting busier every month,” she said. “But I want to keep the business small. I like knowing who my customers are and I enjoy getting their feedback. I want my brownies to make people feel happy and when I hear them say ‘Wow’, that’s a great feeling.” And did we get to taste the brownies? You bet we did! Just Brownies are deliciously soft, sweet, rich and very, very more’ish. Whether it’s for a special occasion, or a little treat for yourself, Just Brownies are just too good to miss!

Sarah is now selling her brownies online at www.justbrownies.co.uk There is a 15% discount on all Easter orders placed by Wednesday 4 April (quoting ‘Easter’ in the order). The brownies will be baked, cooled, cut, beautifully packaged and wrapped for a Royal Mail delivery on Thursday 5 April – just in time for the Easter weekend!

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Food & drink | APRIL 2012

The White Hart, Henfield

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he White Hart on Henfield High Street is a warm and homely pub which is always bustling with activity - exactly as a village ‘local’ should be. The pub, a former coaching inn, has been providing sustenance to locals and weary travellers since the 17th century. The current landlord Gyles Culver and his wife Mo are very much involved in the village community, from hosting exhibitions of local artists to fundraising for local firstresponder charity HART.

As soon as you walk through the door of the White Hart you appreciate the cosy atmosphere created by the log fire, low ceilings and oak beams. The traditional interior is very spacious which meant that the regular pub quiz taking place in the bar area did not disturb our serious business of eating and chatting in the restaurant! For a weekday evening, the pub was surprisingly busy creating a nice buzz. The pub is owned by the family brewers Hall and Woodhouse and stocks a good range of Badger real ales as well as lagers and wine. The menu has a wide selection of classic and continental style dishes and the focus is very much on meat and fish (vegetarians have limited choices). Many of the dishes feature fresh produce sourced from local suppliers such as SK Hutchings in Partridge Green, Just Fish in Hurstpierpoint, Jeremys in Henfield and Springs Smoked Salmon in Edburton. In addition to the regular menu and a specials board there is a good value weekday set menu. For our starters we chose the goats cheese, roasted red pepper and sweet onion tartlet served on a bed of rocket with balsamic dressing, and the smoked trout and horseradish pate with toasted ciabatta. The tartlet was beautifully presented and the flavours worked well together, although the pastry could have been a little crisper. The generous serving of pate was almost a meal in itself!

Although tempted by the Hutchings 28 day rib-eye steak, I decided on the char-grilled chicken breast marinated in olive oil, balsamic vinegar, red onions and fresh basil served with mixed salad leaves and chips. The chicken was succulent and tasty, the salad leaves lovely and fresh, and the salad dressing was just delicious (landlady Mo is famous for her fabulous homemade salad dressings which can be bought from the pub as well as in Budgens and Swains Farm Shop). My friend chose the Sussex pork sausages, mustard mash with ale and onion gravy. This was a hearty and warming dish, although it would have benefited from a side order of vegetables. Feeling rather full after our two courses we decided to share a pudding. We were seriously tempted by the sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream, but eventually opted for a traditional lemon posset with shortbread and we weren’t disappointed. The creamy texture worked beautifully with the crunchy shortbread and the sharp lemon flavour was the perfect end to our meal. The bar staff and waitresses were polite and their service was very prompt. We were particularly impressed by our waitress Jennie, who was friendly, smiley and demonstrated great customer service. We had a very enjoyable evening. The White Hart is a real asset to Henfield, for the atmosphere alone it is well worth a visit, even just for a pint of Badger and a good pub-quiz debate about the capital of Lithuania on a Tuesday evening!

The White Hart, Henfield High Street, Henfield BN5 9HP. 01273 492006. www.whitehart-henfield.co.uk The White Hart holds pub quizzes every-other Tuesday evening in aid of HART (Henfield Area Response Team). The next quiz takes place on April 3. Sarah Butler 5 0 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE sales@bn5magazine.co.uk


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Health & fitness | APRIL 2012

Health Walks

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he hamlet of Dragons Green in the Parish of Shipley lies only a quarter of a mile north of the A272 about 1½ miles west of the Buck Barn traffic lights. Its name derives from the many stories of large beasts that lived here in the dense forests of Sussex. We park (with permission) in the George & Dragon pub car park (Grid Ref. TQ 139235) and head north towards Southwater for one of our most popular walks (distance 5 ¾ miles).

The George & Dragon has been a pub for over 200 years. In the late 19th century it was owned as a free house by Alfred and Charlotte Budd, whose son Walter was born an albino and who suffered occasionally from epileptic fits. Walter was taunted throughout his life and, after being accused of theft (wrongly), he drowned himself in 1893. He was buried in Shipley churchyard where his parents erected a headstone inscribed ‘May God forgive those who forgot their duty to him who was just and afflicted’. The vicar at the time, Rev H. Gorman, took this as a personal affront and had it removed. Walter’s parents then erected the memorial cross in the front garden of their pub, the George & Dragon, where it is still sited today complete with its original inscription. From the car park to the west can be seen the local Scout Hut which was formerly a Methodist chapel built about 1860. Behind this was a timber-framed house which was dismantled and sent to America in the early part of the last century. We turn west through Marlpost Wood to Crookhorn Farm (owned in 1811 by Francis Scawen Blunt,) where we usually stop for a brief tea break before heading south through Madgeland Wood to the hamlet of Brooks Green. A small section of road walking follows past Shipley Hall and Chivers Farm where we turn east to Lackenhurst, a restored 16th century timber framed house with a Horsham slab roof. Its name was first recorded in 1285 and it was Grade II listed in 1959.

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Continuing west past the natural spring Abraham’s Well and after walking along the southern edge of Newbuildings Plantation, we come to a wagon pond. This was restored by Shipley Venture Scouts in 1999 with permission of the landowner, Lord Lytton of Newbuildings Place. Our walk circles Newbuildings Place which was originally a house built on a sandstone watershed by Phillip Caryll in 1683. It was more recently owned by the (in)famous Wilfred Scarwen Blunt (1847-1922) who married Byron’s granddaughter, Lady Anne, Baroness Wentworth in 1869. The couple separated in 1906 and Wilfred’s mistress, Dorothy Carleton, immediately moved in with him. Wilfred was a writer, politician and poet. He imported Arab horses and in 1878 started the Arab Stud at Crabbet Park in Worth. The house was visited by many well-known people including Hilaire Belloc (Shipley Windmill), Oscar Wilde, William Morris and Winston Churchill. Wilfred’s tomb is in the grounds although unfortunately we cannot visit it because it is not on a public right of way. The only surviving child of Wilfred and Lady Anne was Judith, who inherited her mother’s title of 16th Baroness Wentworth and married Neville Stephen Lytton (the youngest son of the Earl of Lytton). Following a number of divorces, court cases, re-purchases and inheritances, Newbuildings Place became the property of John Peter Michael Scarwen Blunt (born 1950), the 5th Earl of Lytton and 18th Baron Wentworth. We now rejoin the path we took earlier about ½ mile north of the start. Back at the pub we are always made welcome for refreshments.

Find out more by joining us on our next Dragons Green walk (go to www.horshamhealthwalks.co.uk), or on any of the other 200 walks in our current programme. Bill Gander

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A spacious modern care home within walking distance of the lovely Sussex village of Henfield. The well appointed single rooms have en-suite facilities and many overlook the central courtyard garden which provides a secluded suntrap. There are two fine lounges and a lovely dining room. In the main house a qualified and experienced staff team provide care for the elderly frail and those over 50 years with medical conditions, with a small, homely unit where skilled staff provide holistic care for elderly people with confusion, dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease. Other facilities include:

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apital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax on capital ‘gains’. When you sell or give away an asset and it has increased in value, you may be taxable on the gain (profit). This does not apply when you sell personal belongings worth £6,000 or less or (in most cases), your main home.

You may have to pay CGT if, for example, you cease to own an asset or part of an asset (for example you sell, give away or exchange it), or if you receive money from an asset (for example, compensation for a damaged asset). However, you do not have to pay CGT on selling your car, ISAs, UK government gilts (bonds), betting, lottery or pools winnings, or on any money that forms part of your income for Income Tax purposes. There are some points to bear in mind, as follows: • If you are married or in a civil partnership and living together, you can transfer assets to your spouse or civil partner without having to pay CGT; • You can’t give assets to your children or others, or sell assets cheaply without having to consider CGT; • If you make a loss you may be able to make a claim for that loss and deduct it from other gains, but only if the asset normally attracts CGT . For example, you cannot set a loss on selling your car against gains from disposing of other assets; • If an individual dies and leaves their belongings to their beneficiaries, there is no CGT to pay at that time. However, if an asset is later disposed of by a beneficiary, any CGT they may have to pay will be based on the difference between the market value at the time of death and the value at the time of disposal. Capital Gains Tax is worked out for each Tax Year (which runs from 6 April one year to 5 April the following year). It is charged on the total of your taxable gains, after taking into account: • Certain costs and reliefs that can reduce or defer gains; • Allowable losses you have made on assets to which CGT normally applies; • The Annual Exempt (tax-free) Amount - this is £10,600 for every individual in 2011/12 and 2012/13. The following CGT rates apply: • 18% and 28% for individuals (the rate used will

depend on the amount of their total taxable income and gains); • 28% for Trustees or Personal Representatives; • 10% for gains qualifying for Entrepreneurs’ Relief. You need to work out your total taxable income before assessing which CGT rate to use. First, work out your taxable income by deducting any tax-free allowances and reliefs that you are entitled to. Next, see how much of your basic rate band is already being used against your taxable income. The basic rate band for 201112 is £35,000. Then allocate any remaining basic rate band against your other gains; these are charged at 18%. Any remaining gains above the basic rate band are charged at 28%. However, any gains that qualify for Entrepreneurs’ Relief are charged at 10%. CGT is payable on 31 January following the end of the Tax Year in which the disposal was made. So the CGT on disposals made in 2011/12 is due on 31 January 2013. As a planning point therefore, disposals made early in the Tax Year (rather than towards the end of the Tax Year) give you longer to pay the CGT. For example, a disposal on 1 April 2012 will result in the CGT falling due to be paid on 31 January 2013. But if the disposal was delayed by just one month to 1 May 2012 (i.e. early in the new Tax Year), the CGT payment date is pushed back to 31 January 2014. Always remember that the date of disposal is deemed to be the date when the sale becomes unconditional. So far as property disposals are concerned, this usually means that the effective date of disposal is the date of exchange of contracts, rather than the date of completion.

www.kingstonsmith.co.uk Paul Samrah, Partner, Kingston Smith LLP T: 01737 781546 E : psamrah@kingstonsmith.co.uk

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