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AUGUST 2012 | Contents

07 What’s on listings

26

14 News

from the BN5 area

26 Kid’s Stuff

School Fete & Olympics

27

28 Local interest Henfield Fire Station

32 Local interest

Cowfold Memorial Pool

28

41 Pet care 44 Local interest from Hawthorn Vets

Shermanbury Fair

32

50 61

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64

Editor’s LETTER

The school holidays have arrived, we are really hoping the sun will shine on us, after so many local events being blighted by drizzle and gloomy grey skies I’m pretty sure we deserve some warm weather. Even if the days are not tropical the water is always beautifully warm at Cowfold Memorial Pool - you can go along for open sessions or even hire this beautiful little pool for private groups. It’s nestled in the grounds of St Peter’s School in Cowfold with the lovely old church behind, well worth a visit and a splash around. We have a great band of retained firefighters in Henfield (Station 26) and they’re always looking for recruits. This is a demanding role but incredibly rewarding. You’ll see a few familiar village faces in our article on page 28, we really enjoyed meeting our Henfield heroes and taking photographs for our article. Thanks for your hospitality and the soaking!

St. Peter’s School is very much at the heart of the community, every month there is always some St Peter’s community day exciting news for us to report. Our August issue really shows just what a busy term the children had; from the quintessential School Fete to Business Profile have the even bigger and better Community Day, as with Design-Copy-Print well as celebrations for the Olympics and Sports Day. All our pictures show very happy faces of the children enjoying their learning and thriving at St Business Peter’s, it’s a credit to Nick Phillips and his hard from Paul Samrah working team. Well done to everyone for another successful school year.

Local interest

66 Index

of advertisers

Best wishes

50 Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Samrah, Richard Putnam, Jonathan Underwood, Zoë Standing, Mandy Shaw, Juthy Slaughter, Amanda Ware and Mike Beardall. Cover photograph of Henfield Firefighters by Emma Osman. 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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AUGUST 2012 | Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s on

Monday 30 July

Henfield community transport excursion

/ Under 4: Free / OAP: £12 / Family (2 Adults & 2 Children): £39. www. Mindful Hours loxwoodjoust.co.uk Half day excursion to Roundstone Sussex Osteopath & Garden Centre in Worthing. £6 per HDC Health Walk Complementary Health Clinic, head. Leave at 1.30pm. Call 01444 Partridge Green Hall, 5.45pm Hurstpierpoint, 6.30-7.30pm (& every Mon). 471919 to book. 5½ miles walk (no dogs) around Lock Explore meditation and mindfulEstate & River Adur. Call Pauline ness. £15. Call Nicola on 01444 on 01403 240419, Jane on 01403 Age UK Friday Club 819075. 261672 or Jean on 01403 250869.

Friday 3

Tuesday 31 July

Red Oaks Care Home, 11.30am4.45pm (& every Fri)

Sunday 5

Wednesday 1 August

Little Fishes

Henfield Joggers beginners course

Poynings Cricket Club â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;netsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Lunch, exercises, discussions, Mid Sussex Ramblers newspapers, quizzes, garden- Henfield Library car park, 2.30pm Poynings, 6pm (& every Tues) Call Gary Wallis-Tayler on 07545 304320 ing and hairdressing. Call 01903 4.5 mile Henfield afternoon circular. 879916 or email clubsmanager@ Call David B on 07714 640461. or email gwt1983@hotmail.co.uk ageukhorshamdistrict.org.uk

Henfield community transport excursion

St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church, 2-3pm (& every Fri)

Henfield Leisure Centre, 7pm

For those interested in taking-up Meet for singing, stories and lots running, getting back into running of play, including a drink and a bisor improving your running. Free but ÂŁ12 per head. Call 01444 471919 cuit. we would love you to join the Hento book. field Joggers. All abilities welcome. Active Minds Day Club Come along on the night or email Buzz on the Common Beginners@henfieldjoggers.co.uk Dial Post Village Hall, 10am-4pm Outdoor activities for kids 4-11 and (& every Weds, Thurs & Fri) dads including an obstacle course For individuals with short term memory loss and in need of stimu- as well as all the normal fun. ÂŁ2 for Sussex Wildlife Trust fun lation, motivation and socialisation. one adult and child and 50p for activity day Meal and refreshments provided. each extra child. Brunch included. Woods Mill, Henfield, 10.30pmTo book call Sally on 07754 142460 Bring wellies if wet. 2.30pm (and 14 Aug)

Full day excursion to Chichester & Bosham.

Saturday 4

Tuesday 7

or email s.beckers@btinternet.com

Henfield Lions Club

George Hotel, Henfield high Street (& every first Wed)

We meet to discuss fundraising activities, consider requests for assistance and organise social events. New members very welcome. Call David Pyror on 01273 494442.

Thursday 2 Rhyme Time

Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45 (& every Thurs)

Free fun with music for pre-schoolers

The Loxwood Joust

B2133 between Wisborough Green and Loxwood, 10am-6pm (and Sunday 5)

Ages 6-11. Members ÂŁ12 and nonmembers ÂŁ15. Bring packed lunch, drink, suitable outdoor clothing/ footwear and sun protection. Children do not need to be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential; call 01273 497561, visit www. sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/events or email swtbookings@sussexwt. org.uk

Hundreds of fully armoured knights fight for family honour in the thunderous meadow battle while magnificent steeds carry their noble riders in the all action, full contact jousting. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mini Mediaeval Mayhemâ&#x20AC;? includes Have a go Archery, Pelt the Peasant and Face and Wound HDC Health Walk Painting. Advance: Adult: ÂŁ12 / Steyning Health Centre, 11am Child (4-14): ÂŁ6 / Under 4: Free. 2 mile stroll. Call Linda 01903 Gate: Adult: ÂŁ14 / Child (4-14): ÂŁ7 816865 or Lyn 01903 369752.

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What’s on | AUGUST 2012 White Hart Quiz

4 miles, no dogs. Meet at Fountain information. Contact mail@emilyInn on B2135. Call John on 01403 ballatseawhite.co.uk to book. Entry £2 a head. Teams up to six. 263661. Sangboc Folk Club Cash prize for winners. In aid of Henfield community The Royal Oak, 8pm HART. Call 01273 492006. transport excursion Call Ian on 07957 433894. Half-day excursion to Garden Pride in Ditchling. £6 per head. Leave at Henfield community 1.30pm. Call 01444 471919 to book. Henfield Flower Club

8.30pm (and 21 Aug)

Wednesday 8

Tuesday 14

transport excursion

Full day excursion to Chartwell. £12.00 per head. Call 01444 471919 to book.

Knit and Natter

Saturday 11

Henfield community transport excursion

Henfield Hall, 2.15pm

Carolyn Meer and members exhibit ‘Recycling’ .

HDC Health Walk

Back by popular demand – full-day Bramber village car park, 7pm Rayner Court Lounge, Red Oaks, excursion to Eastbourne Air Show. £12 per head. Call 01444 471919 6 miles, no dogs, fast pace & hilly. 10.30am-12pm Call Ron on 01403 265925. A friendly group of ladies who knit to book. Macbeth for charities. Thank you for the doSt Mary’s House, Bramber, 7pm nations of wool received over the past months, it will all be gratefully Deer Park Social Housing Open air, all-male production by event used. Call Jean on 493171. The Lord Chamberlain’s Men. Henfield Hall, 4-8pm Gates open at 6pm.Tickets £20 HDC Health Walk Southern Housing & Horsham Dis- (adult) and £5 (children). Visit www. Dial Post and Shipley, 7pm or call trict Council will provide informa- stmarysbramber.co.uk 6 miles, no dogs, fast pace & hilly. tion for prospective tenants. 01903 816205. Meet outside The Crown, Dial Post. Emily Ball Art Course Call Ron on 01403 265925.

Monday 13

Seawhites, Partridge Green, 9.30am-4.30pm (until 17 Aug)

Thursday 9

HDC Health Walk

Wednesday 15 HDC Health Walk

West Grinstead, 10am

‘Zen Gardens’ with Helen Turner. Cost £280. See news item for more 4-5 miles, no dogs, meet Orchard

Ashurst, 10.30am

PROUD TO SUPPORT

GOLDEN SQUARE CHIROPODY CLINIC Putting your best foot forward l l l l l

General Chiropody Cryosurgery Biomechanical Assessment Ingrown Toenail Surgery Children’s Feet

Open Saturdays

Home visits offered

Early morning and late evening appointments available David Bremner MSSCh MBChA Podiatrist/Chiropodist HPC Registered Ann Taylor BSc (Hons) MChS Podiatrist/Chiropodist HPC Registered Patricia Daniels BSc (Hons) MChS Chiropodist/Podiatrist HPC Registered

2 Brick Lane, Henfield BN5 9DB (behind Budgens)

01273 493467 www.goldensquarechiropody.co.uk also at: Warwick House, 4 Warwick Place, Worthing 01903 228044 Free Parking available

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AUGUST 2012 | What’s on

Thursday 23

Restaurant car park on A272. Call Daniela on 07729 509092 or Alex Henfield community transport on 01403 273751. excursion

Henfield community transport excursion

Half-day excursion to Camelia Botnar Garden Centre. £5 per Full-day excursion to Rye. £15.00 per head. Leave at 1.30pm. Call 01444 471919 to book. head. Call 01444 471919 to book.

Naomi’s Friends

Thursday 16

St Peter’s Church, 3pm

Henfield community transport excursion

Thursday 30

Henfield community transport excursion

Half-day excursion to New Home Farm Shop & Tea Rooms in Faygate. £6 per head. Leave at 1.30pm. Call 01444 471919 to book.

Friday 31

RSPCA v Henfield charity

Tea, company and friendship. All match who have lost loved ones, however Half-day excursion to Old Barn long ago, are very welcome to join Kings Field, Henfield, 6pm Garden Centre in Ashington. £6 per us. Call Revd Christina Bennett on Charity football match followed by head. Leave at 1.30pm. Call 01444 01273 492222. a BBQ at The Bell. Money raised 471919 to book. will be split between the RSPCA and another charity.

Friday 24

Saturday 18

Macmillan Cancer Support Small Dole Summer Show coffee morning Mackley’s Field, Small Dole

Sunnybank, West End Lane, Schedules available from: The Fox, Henfield, 10am-12pm & 2-4pm

Advance notice: Saturday 1 September RAFA Shoreham Airshow

Swains Farm Shop, Rushfields Coffee, cakes and cream teas. Shoreham Airfield, from 8.30am Plant Centre, and Small Dole Post Tombola and competitions plus (and Sunday 2) Office Stores. cakes and jewellery to buy. Air displays will include Tornados, The Other Mile Walking Spitfire, Hurricanes, Lancaster as Group well as parachutes displays and wing Henfield Library Book Sale walkers. See news item for more inFree Church, 9.30am formation, visit www.shorehamairA walk of about 4 miles, aiming Henfield Library, 10am-2pm to be back in the village by lunch- Grand book sale with all profits going show.co.uk or call 01273 441545. time. Call Ron and Shirley on 01273 back into library stock purchase. 493979. Henfield Giant Garage Sale

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Sunday 2 September

Hare & Hounds Cowfold

Various locations (and Sun 26 and Mon 27)

Live Music 9-11pm

Featuring Nice Pear. Free entry.

Sunday 19

Terry’s Cross Woodmancote, 12.30pm

£15 a head in aid of redecorating the hall and stairs. To book call Sally on 01273 501469.

Tuesday 21

HDC Health Walk

Royal Oak car park, Wineham, 10am

5½ miles, some stiles (no dogs). Call Geoff on 01403 258180 or Pat on 01403 240654.

HDC Health Walk

2 mile stroll. Call Linda on 01903 816865 or Lyn on 01903 369752.

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Maps available from Jasmines on Free event for retiree’s in Henfield or the surrounding villages. Includes the High Street. coach trip to mystery destination followed by four-course meal at Henfield Hall. Pick-up from various St Giles Country Fair & locations. To book a place on the Scarecrow Competition coach, call into Barnard the Bakers St Giles Church, Shermanbury, in Henfield, or call Dave Barnard on 12pm 01273 494831. Free entry to all children under 16 and £3.50 for adults. The usual Fun Dog Show lunch tent, BBQ, ice creams, tea Wick Farm, Blackstone Lane, and beer tents will be there. We from 10am look forward to welcoming you to In Aid of the Gambia Horse and Donkey Trust. Fun classes for eva really good day out. eryone. Rosettes to 6th place, prizes to 3rd place, trophy to best in show. Stalls, BBQ, homemade HDC Health Walk cakes, and have-a-go agility. The Coach House, Cowfold, For more information call 01273 10am 5½ miles, flat, some stiles, no dogs. 833211 / 07818416664. Call Geoff on 01403 258180 or Pat St Andrew’s Church on 01403 240654. Theatre Supper

Monday 27

Terrys Cross Sunday Lunch

Steyning Health Centre, 11am

BP Guild senior citizen outing & dinner

Tuesday 28

Wednesday 29

Paythorne Farm, Fulking, 6.30pm

The Rather Average Theatre Company perform ‘The Fat Lady Sings’ in aid of St Andrew’s Church. TickFull-day excursion to Wisley & ets £15 each (includes welcome Full-day excursion to Portsmouth. Guildford. £13 per head. Call 01444 drink and supper) from Jane Warne £12.50 per head. Call 01444 471919 to book. (07812465559) or Christine Wool471919 to book. dridge (01273 857322).

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News | AUGUST 2012 Tornados to visit Shoreham Airshow

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The 2012 Royal Air Forces Association (RAFA) Shoreham Airshow will be held on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 September and will be celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the RAF Central Flying School. The Royal Air Force will be sending in a pair of Tornado GR4 Aircraft from XV Squadron to perform their â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Role Demonstrationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. This involves demonstrating the tactics and manoeuvres performed by RAF crews in their vital air support role in Afghanistan, providing â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;show of forceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; low fly-bys, as well as the use of Brimstone and Paveway guided munitions. The Airfield attack with Spitfires, Hurricanes and German aircraft will be the central theme and other displays confirmed to date include the BBMF Lancaster, RAF Hawk, Falcons Parachute Team (Saturday), Red Devils Parachute Team (Sunday), B-17G Sally-B Flying Fortress, Breitling (4 ship) wing walkers, Blades Award Winning Aerobatic Team, PBY-5A Catalina, Swip Team and Jet Provost. The ground attractions this year will be larger than ever with plenty of interest for the family including a large funfair, craft tent, more static aircraft displays, classic cars and extended trade stands. Derek Harber, Acting Airshow Organiser said â&#x20AC;&#x153;Once again are keeping ticket prices to the minimum as we are aware that often a day-out now involves advanced budgeting.â&#x20AC;? The event raises money for RAFA and since its inception the show has raised nearly ÂŁ1.7 million for the charity which provides welfare support to RAF family. Shoreham Airshow is one of the Southâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best traditional airshows. Spectators can meet the crews and watch the displays from the UKâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s oldest privatelyowned airfield with the backdrop of Lancing College and Chapel â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a unique venue and one of the pilotâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favorites! For more information on the airshow visit www.shorehamairshow.co.uk or call 01273 441545.

Small Dole Summer Show The Small Dole Summer Show will be held on 18 August 2012 on Mackleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Field, Small Dole. Schedules for the show are available from: The Fox, Small Dole; Swains Farm Shop; Rushfields Plant Centre; and The Post Office Stores, Small Dole.

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Tracy Prescott accepted the prestigious League Sportsmanship award on behalf of Henfield Ladies Football Team at the AGM of the Sussex County FA. The award recognizes the outstanding sportsmanship of the team on the pitch as demonstrated by their respect and good behavior in matches.

COMMUNITY Partnership AGM

The 7th AGM of Henfield Community Partnership Ltd will be held at 7pm on Thursday 13 September 2012 in the Committee Room, Henfield Hall. At the meeting the Directors will report on what has been achieved in the year ending 31 March 2012, and there will be elections to the Board and Management Committee. We are always looking for new faces to serve on the Committee, so if you are interested in standing for election, please contact the Chairman, Tony Jackson, either by email enquiries@henfieldcp.org or phone 492636 before 30 August. Membership of the Partnership is free and individuals can sign up to join at any time. Attendance at the AGM is open to anyone in the village interested in our aim to help to make Henfield a better place to live or do work, but only Partnership Members can vote.

Gypsy,Traveller &Travelling Showpeople consultation Horsham District Council published the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Gypsy, Traveller and Travelling Showpeople Preferred Optionsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; document on 6 July for an eight week consultation period. All comments must be received by 4pm on the 31 August 2012. The consultation can be viewed at www.horsham.gov.uk/environment/planning_ policy/14102.aspx. Comments can be submitted via the website or by email to strategic.planning@horsham.gov.uk . Alternatively you can request a comments form from the Council.

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AUGUST 2012 | News

Photograph Emma Osman

HENFIELD’S heroine Jasmin Eight-year-old St. Peter’s pupil Jasmin McNaughton Jones has plenty to be proud of after showing enormous bravery when her mum Vikki collapsed with a blackout. She was rewarded with a bag of art and craft goodies courtesy of Katharine and Vicki at Stokes Newsagents. HART (Henfield Area Response Team) representatives Claire Greenfield and Martin Tooth came along to congratulate Jasmin. Jasmin noticed her mum looking ‘different’ and helped guide her away from the top of the staircase as she began to collapse. Her calm and quick-thinking action avoided a serious accident. Vikki suffers a heart condition which causes blackouts. Jasmin quickly realised something was seriously wrong with her mum. She then called to her dad for help, fetched the telephone so that he could call for an ambulance and then went to the neighbours for extra help. Vikki said, “If it wasn’t for Jasmin’s bravery, her fast actions, and calmness in those first 60 seconds I most definitely would have fallen badly from the top of the stairs when I blacked-out, it was a frightening and

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dangerous situation.” It’s not the first time that Jasmin, (who is pictured above being presented with her goodie bag by Vicki from Stokes), has demonstrated her bravery – a similar episode happened two years ago and she responded in the same brave and calm manner. “I’m so proud of Jasmin,” said Vikki. “She’s a real heroine.” HART responded to the 999 call, along with ambulance crews, and Vikki had a spell in hospital. HART representative Martin Tooth said; “Jasmin is a great example to all her friends, it’s super to see someone of such a young age showing such common sense. we’d like to think one day Jasmin will become a First Responder, she has exactly the skills we are looking for!” Jasmin said; “I remember calling Daddy and saying, ‘quick, Mummy’s gone shaky’ - I didn’t want her to hurt herself. Then I ran next door for the neighbours.” “An enormous thank you to our neighbours, family and friends who have helped so much while I was in hospital,” said Vikki. “A big thank you to HART too, we are so lucky to have them in Henfield.” Well done Jasmin, we all think you’re great! Emma Osman

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News | AUGUST 2012 Calling all Senior Citizens Are you retired? Living in the Henfield area? Then this is for you! Henfield’s BP Guild will be hosting its annual Senior Citizens’ Outing and Dinner on Sunday 2 September. Those of you who have been on the outing in previous years will know that this entirely free event is for anyone of retirement age who lives in Henfield or the surrounding villages. The coach trip is always to a mystery destination, where you will be served ice-cream, tea or soft drinks and have plenty of time for a comfort stop before the return journey. Meanwhile, back at base in the Henfield Hall, Guild members and helpers will have been peeling, chopping and cooking a traditional four-course meal and laying-up the tables. There’s a cup of tea and a glass of sherry or beer waiting on your return, wine with dinner and music for entertainment, finishing around 8pm. Pick-up is arranged at several locations and you can Courtesy of Mike Beardall be sure of getting home safely afterwards. To book a place on the coach, call into Barnard the Bakers HART founder gets Queen’s in Henfield, or telephone Dave Barnard on 01273 First-timers can be sure of a warm welcome. Ambulance Service award 494831. If you only want to come for the dinner, or just the Dave Fletcher, founder member and co-ordinator coach trip, let us know when booking, also of any of HART (Henfield Area Response Team), has been special dietary requirements. We look forward to welawarded the Queen’s Ambulance Service medal in the coming you. Queen’s Birthday Honours list. His work as a paramedic in Sussex began in 1974 with the renowned Stars of the Show consultant cardiologist Professor Douglas Chamberlain who founded the first paramedic unit in Europe. The Towers Junior School pupils were fortunate Now retired, Dave remains as a part-time paramedic to have Meg Hardy and Lucy Emmanuel perform although his present role leans more towards research a number of their Irish jigs and reels for them. in cardiac arrest.
“I was absolutely staggered to reAlthough the girls have not been dancing comceive the news,” said Dave, who is married to Maupetitively for long it is clear from the vast array reen, a nurse, and has three grown-up children - all of trophies that they have been rather successin the medical profession in Sussex.
“I am very proud ful! Later the same day the girls were joined by to receive this award,” says Dave. “It is all thanks Sarah Manning-Hull who for many years starred to the efforts of Professor Chamberlain and my colin ‘Riverdance’ and together they performed for leagues in the ambulance service that SECAMB (the the members of a Henfield Senior Citizens Club. South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS FoundaMrs Gray and girls from Year 9 also entertained tion Trust), together with our community responders, the members of the club. that we have the highest out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival rates in the UK.”

 SECAMB Chief Executive Paul Sutton said: “Dave is very deserving of this award and a perfect recipient to be chosen - the first time ambulance personnel have been recognised in this way. I would like to express both my personal congratulations and that of the Trust for his commitment and dedication over many years.” HART chairman Dick Nye said: “We are very proud of Dave and his award is very well deserved.” Mike Beardall

Woodmancote Council meetings

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The public are very welcome to attend Woodmancote Parish Council meetings which are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm (except August when there is no meeting). Further details and exact dates are published on our website www.woodmancoteparishcouncil.co.uk Michael Tuckwell, Clerk to Woodmancote PC

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AUGUST 2012 | News New affordable / social housing at Deer Park As part of the third phase of the Parsonage Farm development in Henfield, 52 affordable/social homes are being built. A requirement of the development is that persons who meet a criteria in respect of a connection with Henfield Parish will receive a priority when homes are allocated. Southern Housing who will be managing these homes and Horsham District Council are holding an event at The Henfield Hall on Monday 13 August from 4 to 8pm to publicise these homes and provide information to prospective tenants.

Fancy a day out in London? We need your support to keep the Coach Trips to London a viable proposition! Please join us on Wednesday 10 October for an enjoyable day trip to London at the very reasonable cost of £14 per person. The coach will leave the Post Office Bus Stop at 8.45am prompt. The drop-off and return pick-up point is the Waldorf Hotel. The coach will leave at London 6.14pm prompt, this gives ample time for anyone wishing to take in a matinee at many of the local theatres. Give Gill a call on 07713161343 for tickets and information.

Library Bank Holiday Book Sale Henfield Library will be holding a grand book sale on Saturday 25 August outside the Library (weather permitting - otherwise inside!) with all profits going back into library stock purchase. Come along and grab yourself a book bargain!

Budgens YOUTH CLUB Grand Prix fundraiser

On Saturday 16 June Budgens hosted a Scalextrix ‘Grand Prix’! It was a really good event and there was a great buzz at the front of the store! As well as the Grand Prix, there was a cake sale and Youth Club members packed bags for customers. Abbi Tysoe, a Youth Club members and a Budgens employee, organised the event and worked really hard to make it a success. Other Youth Club members that helped out included Jack Tysoe, Ashley Barnes, Chanel Wellstead, Dan Muggeridge, Dean Bell, Chris Abernethy, Ashley Barnes and Kit Bruce. The event raised nearly £200 for the Youth Club which will be put to good use. Andrew Warnes (Budgens Henfield) and Debbie Slaughter (Henfield Youth Club)

RedOaks support Youth Club Following a weekend of fundraising activities for the Henfield Garden and Arts, Red Oaks has donated £1,500 to the Youth Club.

JUBILEE Proms in the Park The ‘Last night of the Proms’ concert in the grounds of Red Oaks was one of a number of events held in Henfield to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at the beginning of June. A big thank you to all who attended and contributed to the ‘bucket’ collection, raising over £1,200 which has been distributed to local groups and charities operating in Henfield. Recipients of donations are: The Henfield & District Mid Sussex Ramblers Self-Help Group, Action for Deafness towards their operating costs of the Henfield Clinic; Henfield District As ‘the Ramblers’ group for the Mid Sussex area, we Guides Association; Henfield Scout Group; Henfield offer a varied program of walks throughout the year to suit all ages and walking abilities. Walks are arranged Youth Club; and the Henfield Medical Centre Link. for every Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday throughout the year, and on Bank Holidays and occasionally other days in the week. They consist of half-day walks of 3 to 6 miles and, for the more energetic, all day walks of 9 to 11 miles. During the summer months there are also Wednesday evening walks (3 to 4 miles), weekend walking breaks and coach outings with walks. During the winter months we hold indoor meetings in Haywards Heath, with illustrated talks on a wide range of topics, and social evenings in local pubs. Whether you are new to walking or an experienced walker, you are very welcome to come along and give us a try. To find out more, details of our group and walks are available in local libraries. Alternatively, visit www.midsussexramblers.co.uk or contact Tony at publicity@midsussexramblers.co.uk or call 01444 469470

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News | AUGUST 2012 Olympic summer

Woodmancote resident Jane Capaldi will be spending some of her summer volunteering for the London 2012 Olympic Games! Jane applied to volunteer at the London 2012 Olympics as soon as the application process opened. “I am very keen to show my children that it is important to be part of great events like these help to create them and be part of them rather than simply spectate” she said. Jane has been through a lengthy training process. After being interviewed at London Excel last Autumn she then attended training at Wembley Arena along with thousands of other volunteers, and then more training in East London and Heathrow where she was assigned as a member of the ‘Meet and Greet’ team. “I will be welcoming and helping members of the ‘Olympic Family’ (including competitors, officials and press officers) to get from the airport to their assigned accommodation as seamlessly as possible and then home again afterwards,” she said. “I’m looking forward to meeting sportsmen and women from all over the world as they embark on their 2012 medal quest. This will truly be a summer to remember.”

Henfield Parish Council Council has now raised the money necessary to replace the existing Chessbrook Green children’s play area at Wantley Hill. An application for ‘planning gain money’ to Horsham District Council was successful and together with generous financial assistance from Saxon Weald and a contribution from Henfield Parish Council the work can now proceed. It is hoped the new area will be open by early September. The saga in respect of the planning application to develop 102 new homes on land east of Manor Way continues with the applicant re-submitting the application. Henfield Parish Council continue to resist this proposed development and a full copy of its submission to the Planning Authority can be obtained from the Council office. At the time of going to press the application has still to be considered.

Calling all drama lovers! Why not join our Armchair Theatre course this autumn when we will be exploring four British and American plays from the 1940s. The featured dramatists will be Noel Coward, JB Priestley, Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams and we will be studying the plays within their historical, social and cultural context. No prior knowledge or copies of the texts are necessary – video extracts, background information and handouts will be provided. The course will run for 10 sessions on Tuesday afternoons (2.15 – 4.15pm) starting on 25 September and will be held in the Garden Room at Henfield Hall. To enroll, or for more details, contact Maureen Lucas on 01273 493966.

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…and The Rather Good Cake Co is up for the job. The Henfield-based, family-run bakery is on a mission: to rise to any challenge and create crazy, bespoke, interactive cakes for parties, special occasions, weddings and events. Run by an enthusiastic and artistic couple, Emma Desbruslais and Dan Wilkinson, The Rather Good Cake Co is making a name for itself as a kooky and individual alternative to supermarket and traditional bakeries when it comes to special occasion cakes. Of course, they’re happy to make classic and elegant cakes, but their true passion lies in the outlandish, extravagant and ‘interactive’ cake. They bake with plenty of humour, a distinctive style and a pinch of silliness. Their novelty cakes come in all shapes and sizes, and they’ve not yet turned down a request, no matter how bizarre or ridiculous. In their own words: “You name it, we’ll make it edible!” Call 01273 494359 or visit www.therathergoodcakeco. com for more information.

Amberley beer festival

Once again Henfield has an evening bus service to Ale at Amberley, the beer festival at the Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre. The beer festival runs from Thursday 30 August through to Sunday 2 September with nearly 100 real ales, ciders and perries to taste. During the day on the Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm there will also be a craft and food fair (with ale on sale) and the museum’s attractions will be open. On Saturday evening there will be live music from Russ Payne and the Shark Dentists. The bus, kindly subsidised by Harveys, Hepworth & Welton’s breweries, will run on the Friday and Saturday nights for only £4 return. It picks up in Henfield at 6.20pm and Small Dole at 6.26pm, returning from Amberley at 10.30pm. Beer festival tickets are £4 Thursday, £5 Friday and £4 Saturday (advance booking discount of 50p). Entrance to the Craft & Food Fair is £9.80 for adults, £8.80 for Seniors and £6 for children. If you come for the Saturday Craft and Food fair, you can stay on for the evening beer festival for free. Visit www.AleatAmberley.co.uk for information.

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AUGUST 2012 | News Henfield heroics as the U12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retain trophy

Henfield Seagulls This coming season, Henfield Seagulls will once again be running Henfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Community minibus to the Amex Stadium for the Albionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s home matches. We will run the 15-seater to all 23 home league matches. Departure time will be 1.20pm from the Village Hall Car Park for 3pm KOs and 6.20pm for 7.45pm KOs. Return will be (as last season) shortly after the match ends, usually arriving back in the village within 40 minutes of the final whistle. Last season the minibus was very popular and certainly the local Albion supporters really enjoyed the convenience and camaraderie of the door-to-door trips. A season ticket arrangement will operate for the 23-match season. If demand merits, the minibus will operate for any additional home Cup/friendly matches - a one-off charge will apply. The travel season ticket is of course transferable and can be paid by way of three postdated cheques (1 August, 1 November and 1 February). Please email paul@samrah. freeserve.co.uk for prices and further details. Places are limited and with many Seagulls season ticket holders living in the BN5 area, please contact Paul as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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Henfield FC U12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s have once again won the Worthing Minors Tournament for the second year running. Some majestic performances through the group stage saw them qualify comfortably to meet a very strong Maidenbower team in the semifinal. A tough encounter saw Henfield triumph 1-0 thanks to a blistering shot from Harvey Barrie and so to the final to play the only team to have beaten the U12â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s in the group stage -Worthing Town Youth. The hard-fought final failed to break the stalemate and extra time could not separate the teams so the final was decided on penalties. A superb save from Jordan Smith gave Henfield the early advantage and Connor Angood, Joe Clarke, Harvey Barrie and Ted Bloomfield all struck their penalties superbly as Henfield won the shootout 4-2 to retain the trophy. Manager, Donna Angood said â&#x20AC;&#x153;Last year there may have been an element of surprise with some of the teams not knowing who we were coming from a different league, but this season we were the holders and therefore the team to beatâ&#x20AC;?. Coach Darren Angood added â&#x20AC;&#x153;The performances in this seasonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tournament were exceptional and possibly eclipsed last season. This victory is the culmination of a lot of hard work by the players and they deserve all of the plaudits, they have had a superb season with a fine league campaign, cup semi-finals and two tournament victories and next season we will try to push on to challenge for the league and progress year on yearâ&#x20AC;?.

Exclusive new course at Emily Ball at Seawhite We have another course to offer for this summer with Helen Turner. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Zen Gardensâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; takes place from 13 to 17 August 2012 from 9.30am to 4.30pm and costs ÂŁ280. This course is inspired by Japanese art with its flattened spaces, simplification and use of pattern. Students will visit a garden and create drawings, collages and 3D studies to inspire paintings back in the studio. To book onto this course email mail@emilyballatseawhite.co.uk

Roundabout Talking News launches new website Roundabout, Horshamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s talking newspaper for the visually impaired, has launched its new website at www.roundabouttalkingnews.co.uk for the benefit of both listeners and volunteers. Roundabout Talking News produces FREE weekly recordings on memory sticks or via their website giving the visually impaired people (VIP) of Horsham and the surrounding district the chance to keep up to date with the local news from the West Sussex County Times. Anyone who knows of a VIP in the Horsham area who would be interested in the service is asked to contact Roundabout through the website or telephone Secretary Martyn Field on 01403 891306 or Chairman Jon Dean on 01403 266924.

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News | AUGUST 2012 Shermanbury girls run for Gardens and Arts 2012 Cancer Research With June proving to be the wettest on record,

Seven Shermanbury girls recently pounded the pavements training for Race for Life. The girls ran 5K at Stamner Park in Brighton on 1 July to raise money for Cancer Research. Every two minutes someone in the UK is told they have cancer. Cancer Research UK is leading the world in finding new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. Mia, Freya, Christine and Lisa Maloney ran in memory of Anne Thomson, a teacher from St Peters School, who passed away last year. Amy, Tilly and Sam Hawthorne ran in memory of Grandma Norma Hawthorne who sadly passed away recently. The girls said it was an amazing day, very poignant. They have raised over ÂŁ600 so a big thank you to all their friends and family who supported them. Christine Maloney

RSPCA v Henfield charity match Kings Field, Henfield, 31st August, 6pm This years charity football will be held on the Kingsfield from 6pm (match kick-off at 6.30pm) followed by a BBQ and raffle at The Bell. The money raised will be split between the RSPCA and another charity. Last year the match raised ÂŁ500 for HART. If you can donate a raffle prize, please call Angela on 07752 100007.

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The Warren Playgroup Good as New Sale on Saturday 30 June raised ÂŁ1,864 - many thanks to all of our sponsors, sellers, buyers and helpers. It was a great success and a well-attended sale. Out next sale is on Saturday 6 October, for further details please see our website www.warrenplaygroup.co.uk . If you would like to become one of our sponsors please contact ZoĂŤ on 01273 492316.

it looked like we were in for a repeat of last yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s deluge But fortunately the weekend proved to be somewhat unexpectedly warm and sunny. We enjoyed a lovely weekend - the village saw the usual influx of cheerful visitors and a brisk trade was done in tea and cakes. Along the way, there were some lovely gardens with an abundance of colour (the roses were particularly good this year), some excellent music and some fantastic art and craft. And it was all rounded off with the now traditional end of festival knees-up at Red Oaks. Oh yes, and we did raise some money for charity, in particular the youth club - more details to follow the next issue.

St Barnabas news The Friends of St Barnabas have created a web site in so that information about the Hospice and fundraising plans are always available. The group would love the village to be involved with ideas and inspiration for future fundraising and would like all those that help and donate to such a worthy cause to have access to the Friends activities. Up to date news will now be available on www.henfield-friends-of-st-barnabas.co.uk The next fundraiser is a Ladyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s evening (men not excluded!) at 7pm on 29 September in the Catholic Hall. It will include art, massage, jeweler, crafts, refreshments and a clothes swap. So please collect items of clothes that youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be proud to have in your wardrobe, but fancy a change from and bring them along to be matched up with swapped items of clothes, costume jewellery and fashion bags. More details to follow in Septembersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; edition and on the website.

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AUGUST 2012 | News The George - under new cricketers honour player ownership with fundraiser for BHF The George Hotel on Henfield High Street is now under the new ownership of Jacky and Steve Doyle. Together with new Head Chef Daniel Day and Sous Chef Rachel Zampo they look forward to welcoming you to the refurbished bar and restaurant. To book a table, the large function room or one of the 10 en-suite bedrooms, please contact Jacky or Steve on 01273 492296.

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Henfield Library will have a lasting memory of a St. Peter’s Primary School ‘community day’ with a mosaic created by pupils at the beginning of July. The day also involved groups of children ‘performed’ in various venues around the village and invited residents to watch, listen and even take part. Central to the day was the making of a mosaic to go on the outside wall of the Library. St Peter’s pupils designed the mosaic and each pupil laid a tile. Richwards Estate Agents donated half the cost of the mosaic and Simon Anckorn presented a cheque for £350 to head teacher Nick Phillips in the library. Other school events in the village included: flautists playing outside Barclays Bank; art workshops in the White Hart; Shakespeare playlets and African drumming in St Peters Church; dancing and the school choir singing in the Free Church; and violinists playing in Budgens. “It was a tremendously successful day,” said Nick Phillips. “For the last three years we have invited people to the school for a special day, but this year we decided to move into the village for a proper community day. “The mosaic marks this special year and will be a lasting memory of the day.”

St Barnabas fundraiser At the end of June the Friends of St Barnabas raised £585 at a fundraising quiz held in the Corpus Christi Hall. Many prizes were donated, including a wonderful fruit hamper from Nick of The Sussex Produce Company. The quiz was run by Sean, who controlled the noisy competitors really well! All had a great evening. Bob Burley

Henfield Cricket Club players faced a President’s Eleven on Sunday to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation in memory of a player who died last year. Players remembered Mark Smith, of Upper Beeding, with a minute’s silence. He died, aged 49, during a match a year ago. Since then the club has been presented with a heart defibrillator by HART (Henfield Area Response Team). Audrey Smith, Mark’s wife, has worked with her family and club members to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. A Henfield CC team entered the London to Brighton bike ride for the BHF in June and raised over £1,000. Audrey, at the fund-raising match with daughters Nicola and Lindsay (son Anthony is in Australia), said: “We are very grateful for everyone who has taken part. “Although the weather rained off the match after a short period of play, everyone had a good time with a barbeque in the evening.” Henfield CC president Tony Adfield said: “We may have suffered a tragedy but something positive has come of it which is a great comfort to Mark’s family and friends.”

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The Rather Average Theatre Company are performing ‘The Fat Lady Sings’ at Paythorne Farm, Edburton Rd, Fulking, BN5 9LR on Sunday 2 September at 6.30pm in aid of funds for St Andrew’s Church, Edburton. Tickets are £15 each to include welcome drink and supper. For tickets phone Jane Warne on 07812465559 or Christine Wooldridge on 01273 857322.

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If you are interested in taking-up running, getting back into running or simply improving your running, Henfield Joggers are running a beginners/re-starters programme starting Wednesday 5 September. We meet at the Henfield Leisure Centre at 7pm ready to run about 7.15pm. The course is free but we would love you to join the Henfield Joggers. All abilities welcome, please come along or contact Gayle Williams at Beginners@henfieldjoggers.co.uk

Land East of Manor Way Following hundreds of objections from Henfield residents, together with strong objections from Henfield Parish Council, Henfield Community Partnership, Henfield Own Preservation Society (HOPS) and the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England, Horsham District Council has turned down an application by Welbeck Land to build 102 homes on land east of Manor Close Henfield. The planning application had been re-submitted by Welbeck after Horsham Council failed to determine their original application within the allotted time. However this is not the end of the matter. As Welbeck has already lodged an appeal against Horsham Council’s failure to consider the original application, this application will now be decided by a Planning Inspector, it is believed on the 4th September. Henfield Parish Council

Going for Gold On Friday, as part of our Olympic topic organised by Mrs Baldwin, we were delighted to welcome Sally Gunnell into The Towers to talk about her Olympic experience in Barcelona and how she managed to reach her goal. She was inspirational and explained how she decided, at age 14, that she wanted win an Olympic Gold and how she then trained and focused in order to achieve her dream and did not let anything stand in her way. She won her gold medal in the 400 metre hurdles in 1992, the same year that she won a bronze medal in the relay. The entire school had an opportunity to touch her gold medal as it was passed around. The Year 5 girls with their teacher Mrs Vernon were also present as Sally opened the Jubilee wild flower garden planted by the girls in Steyning earlier in the year.

Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning Mary Jones and family will once again be hosting a day of coffee and cakes in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. Last year, four generations of the family baked a wonderful array of treats and managed to raise over £800 for this very worthy cause. This year, the event will be held on Friday 24 August at Sunnybank, West End Lane. Coffee, cakes and cream teas will be served in the garden from 10am-12pm and then from 2pm-4pm. There will also be delicious cakes and handmade jewellery available to buy, along with a tombola and other competitions to help boost donations.

Charity family fun day Local charity Knowles Tooth Children’s Centre is holding a family fun day on Sunday 9 September from 2-5pm at Langton Lane in Hurstpierpoint. A relaxing afternoon for the whole family with stalls, dance display from Lets Dance, bouncy castle, activities, BBQ, beer tent, fun dog show and much more. Entry is £2 for adults and free for children. For more information call 01273 832363 or visit www.familysupportwork. org.uk

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AUGUST 2012 | News Make your pet the â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;faceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; of Hawthorn Vets! In August and September we are running a fun competition on Facebook. The winning pet will get their photo on all our vaccination reminders and will instantly attain local celebrity status as their picture is posted through hundreds of doors every month! All you need to do to enter is upload a picture of your pet(s) onto our Facebook page and â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;like our pageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; to follow the progress. The rules are simple â&#x20AC;&#x201C; the picture with the most â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;likesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; wins, so get people clicking that â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;likeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; button to win the votes! Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook. com/hawthornvets

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Henfield Garden Club Despite a damp and windy evening, fifty members recently enjoyed an excellent evening social in a large and beautiful garden in Shermanbury. Our thanks go both to Carolyn Armstrong-Smith for hosting the event and to Ann Clark, our Social Secretary, for organising it. We hope that in the not too distant future the sun will realise it should be shining at this time of the year and that our plants and vegetables will soon be rewarding us with lots of flowers and produce. For anyone who may have missed the announcement, the hosepipe ban for our area has now been lifted. We still have two coach outings to look forward to before our winter series of talks begin again in October. We are pleased to announce that a total of ÂŁ120 was raised by our Plant Swap/Sale during Henfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garden and Arts weekend, so many thanks to everyone who supported our event. This amount has already been donated to our chosen charity which this year was Henfield Youth Club. Special thanks also to Red Oaks Care Home who once again erected a marquee in their grounds for us to use, which despite the very windy weather managed to remain upright! If you would like to find out more about our friendly club please contact margaret@deadlinegraphics.co.uk or phone 01273 493754. Margaret Hollingsworth

So many of you attended and enjoyed our 2011 Barn Dance with the Unreel Ceilidh Band (which features Henfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s very own musical maestro Mike Ainscough), that we have decided to do it The Balcombe Walk all again! This yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Walk to show you care on Sunday 9 September 2012, event Barn Dance raise sponsorship and help St Catherineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospice will take place on to provide care and comfort to people in Mid Sussex Friday 28 September and East Surrey when they need it most. You have a in the Henfield Hall   choice

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 of  four delightful routes 4, 6, 9 or 13 miles from 7.30pm. As last year, tickets will starting and finishing at The Victory Hall, Balcolmbe, be ÂŁ6 each in advance (ÂŁ3 for age 12 and under), or ÂŁ7 RH17 6HP. To request an entry form please email baron the night. They will be available from Stevens Es- baradryden@stch.org.uk or visit www.stch.org.uk or tate Agents on the High Street (01273 492141). Doors call 01293 447319. will open at 7pm, with live music shortly after and dancing from 8pm. The Bar will be open all evening, Open garden aids Brazilian and some â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;nibblesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; will be provided, but by all means street children bring your own. You are warmly encouraged to come along for what is a smashing (and very affordable) Patricia Huckle of Cherrymead, Cagefoot Lane would evening out, and one that all ages can enjoy, so bring like to say a big thank-you for all the lovely people the kids! More details and tickets are available from who visited our garden for the open weekend. We Digby Stephenson (07815 048609, digby100@btint- raised ÂŁ630 for the sisters of the Blessed Sacrament ernet.com) or Mike Ainscough (07708 358976). Last Brazilian project for the street children of Brazil. year the tickets sold out very early so donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t delay!



Compass Travel 106 ROUTE Following the withdrawal of West Sussex County Council funding from the 106 bus route, Compass Travel have managed to maintain a Monday to Friday off-peak service. From 3 September a new timetable will be in operation. Buses will leave Henfield High Street at 9.39am, 11.39am and 1.39pm. They will return from the Worthing Pier bus stop at 10.43am, 12.43pm and 2.43pm. This service will be totally reliant on fares received (and concessionary reimbursement!) for its future operation. Unfortunately there will be no Saturday service unless a subsidy can be found. For more information visit www.compass-travel.co.uk

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News | AUGUST 2012 MP visits new boarding house at Steyning Grammar School Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert visited Steyning Grammar School in June following the opening of their new boarding house earlier this year. The schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Director of Boarding, Rob Pavis, gave Mr Herbert a tour of the new building and the facilities for pupils. The MP also met with Head Teacher Chris Taylor and Chair of the Governors Marion Gue, before joining a Year 12 class and taking part in a lively debate on crime with pupils studying for their Sociology AS level. Mr Herbert, who is Minister for Policing & Criminal Justice, answered questions about policy on underage drinking, prison rehabilitation and the Governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s initiative to tackle troubled families.

Following the visit, Nick Herbert commented: â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was a pleasure to visit Steyning Grammar School again and see the impressive new building which they have opened for boarders. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I also very much enjoyed the opportunity to take part in a debate with pupils about crime. They were clearly thinking about the issues and they asked a number of challenging questions about topical concerns such as antisocial behaviour and binge drinking.â&#x20AC;? Head teacher Chris Taylor added: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We were very pleased to welcome Nick Herbert, our local MP, back into Steyning Grammar School last week. He is   and

     

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Albourne Village Show Saturday 8 September 2012 sees the hugely popular 5th Albourne Village Show on the village recreation ground. The main focus of the show is still The Grand Marquees housing exhibits of flowers, fruit, vegetables, preserves, cakes, crafts, photography, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entries and much more - so get planning, planting and making now! New for this year there will be a display of vintage vehicles and working engines - come and take a close look at engines, vintage tractors, motorbikes and other vehicles and chat to their owners. All the old favorites will be there including: the very popular Fun Dog Show (run by Allsorts Dog Rescue), with classes for all shapes and sizes of dog and plenty of rosettes to be taken home; a fantastic array of games in the childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tent: apple pressing (you can even bring your own apples to be pressed for a small fee!) and the sale of various apple products; and the craft tent where you can grab yourself a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;one-offâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bargain from talented local crafts-people. Refreshments will be on offer for everyone, whatever your preference, including: tea and cake; barbecued burgers and sausages; non-alcoholic drinks; and local real ale. Everyone is welcome, so come and join in the fun on Saturday 8 September from 1-4.30pm - put the date in your diary now! There are still opportunities for sponsorship so please contact us if you are interested in sponsoring the show. Entries for the Show are open to everyone and if you would like to take part you will find the Show Schedule, including all the classes, rules and hints, on www. albourneparishcouncil.co.uk or phone 01273 834827 or 833978.

Downton Abbey stars raise cups for charity The stars of Downton Abbey took a well â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;urn-edâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; tea break from filming series three of the hit show, to launch Marie Curie Cancer Careâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Blooming Great Tea Party. The cast of servants, including new characters Cara Theobold and Matt Milne, enjoyed putting their feet up and having a cuppa in aid of charity.

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AUGUST 2012 | News Jim Carter who plays Butler Charles Carson said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;What could be more Downton Abbey than a good British tea party? We rather enjoyed having a break from serving the Earl and Countess of Grantham! Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re encouraging everyone to do the same, and pop the kettle on and have their own Blooming Great Tea Party for Marie Curie Cancer Care this summer.â&#x20AC;? Marie Curie Cancer Care is asking people to hold a Blooming Great Tea Party this summer to help raise funds for the charity. It can be as simple as a cuppa with colleagues, a vintage inspired tea party or even a larger party. The money raised from Blooming Great Tea Parties will help Marie Curie Nurses to provide more free care to people with terminal cancer and other terminal illnesses in their own homes. Call 08700 340 040 or visit www.mariecurie.org.uk/ teaparty for more information and your free Blooming Great Tea Party fundraising pack. To get help from the Marie Curie Nursing Service, talk to your GP, district nurse or discharge nurse. For more information, please visit: www.mariecurie.org.uk

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The Royal Mail has nominated Henfield postman Trevor Simmons a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;community championâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; for his work as a responder with HART (Henfield Area Response Team). Trevor attended a lunch in London with wife Jo, where he and other Royal Mail staff from all over the UK were honoured for their community work. The CEO Moya Green who praised staff for their â&#x20AC;&#x153;tireless and selfless work in their communitiesâ&#x20AC;? hosted the event. Trevor, a former Henfield builder and parish councillor, has been an emergency responder for HART from the early days of the group. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was surprised and delighted to receive the letter,â&#x20AC;? said Trevor, from his home near Henfield High Street. â&#x20AC;&#x153;There are many of us who just do these things as part of our lives. It is simply giving back to people.â&#x20AC;? Three years ago Trevor was given a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;local heroâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; award by village magazine BN5 for HART work and for ensuring elderly people were safe during winter weather. HART supporter Gyles Culver, landlord of the White Hart, said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are very proud of Trevorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s achievements. He is an example to all of how important volunteers are in a community.â&#x20AC;? Chairman of HART, Dick Nye, said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Trevor is very deserving of this recognition and we applaud the Royal Mail for marking his efforts in this way.â&#x20AC;? Mike Beardall

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he clouds parted and the sun came out for St Peters School Henfield Summer Fete. The afternoon started with a colourful parade of red white and blue, marching down the High Street. Amanda Nolan’s dance school entertained with ballet, tap and modern. From the coconut shy to welly-wanging, the competitive spirit was well in evidence, just a

warm up for the It’s a Knock out competition. If you didn’t manage to hide from the man with the mic, Tim, you were hauled out to catch water in a tin, push the wheelbarrow in the wheel barrow race or bounce on the space hopper! Thanks to all local businesses who supported and all those who helped & attended.

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AUGUST 2012 | Kid’s stuff Olympics photographs by Zoë Standing

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lympic Fever started on Monday 18 June for the pupils of St Peters Henfield with the beginning of an action-packed week organised primarily by year six teacher Mr Chick. The colourful Opening Ceremony involved dancing and ribbons, culminating with the Olympic rings visually

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created by all the children and staff on the playground in an appropriate coloured t-shirt. A number of children were also involved in the Olympic torch relay, carrying a fabulous torch designed by the pupils. It held pride of place for the whole week and was on show for all to see on the school’s sports day.

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Local interest | AUGUST 2012 Photographs Emma Osman

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ack in 1904 Henfield Parish Council decided the village needed its own fire brigade and so began a long and distinguished history of fire-fighting in the village. The original fire brigade consisted of one horse-drawn barrow with a short amount of hose and eight fire fighters. Today, as part of the West Sussex Fire Service, Henfield has one fire engine permanently stationed in the village and nine retained local fire crew.

Chris Nevatt joined the Henfield team in 2004 and is probably typical of many retained fire crew. “I wanted to play a greater part in our community as well as develop new skills” explained Chris. “I enjoy a challenge and the Fire Service certainly provides me with that!” Chris runs the local florist Jasmines with his wife Amy and they also have a young son. “Fitting the time commitment around family and work can be tricky sometimes,” admits Chris “but it tends to work out every time. Sometimes I’ve received a call in the shop and have had to lock-up and rush off. It doesn’t happen very often but when it does, customers are always very understanding.” All retained fire fighters have other careers and these can be as diverse as butcher, pest controller and gardener. The one thing they all have in common is that they have the full support of their employers: if they are on-call, they need to be able to get to their fire station within four minutes. The West Sussex Fire Service can help prospective candidates out with providing employers with a business case – in the past retained

fire fighters may only need as little as 2.5 hours away from their place of work over the course of a month. The benefit of a local fire crew is that they know the area intimately and often know the people involved in the incidents they are called out to. This enables them to provide a greater level of care and compassion to people in often very stressful situations. The Fire Service has a very strong local presence and fire crew can often be seen supporting local charity events such as the St Peter’s School Bonfire Night and local fetes, often in a voluntary capacity. Fire crew obviously give a great deal to their local communities through their commitment and professionalism. However they also gain a lot personally from their experience, as Chris explains: “As well as the job satisfaction of working as part of a team to help people in difficult situations, I have learned an awful lot over the last few years. I used to be quite shy and reserved, but since joining the Fire Service I have come out of my shell. I can now write and deliver a presentation as well as take a lead role in managing people and events – that’s something I would never have had the confidence to do before.” Employers too can benefit as staff that train as fire fighters have access to a wide range of training which can benefit their organisation including health and safety, first aid and LGV driving. The Fire Service don’t just fight fires, they are also called on to deal with road traffic accidents, chemi-

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AUGUST 2012 | Local interest cal spillages, flooding, carbon monoxide poisoning, burns and they also advise on smoke alarm fitting. One of Chris’s colleagues in Worthing even delivered a baby for a pregnant mother who was unable to get to hospital in time! Fire crew can also be called upon to help out at major incidents elsewhere in West Sussex and in other neighbouring counties. In the early days of the Fire Service, fire fighters had to be male, over 21, ex-members of the Navy and personally recommended by the local chief Fire Officer! These days the Fire Service is a lot more representative of local communities and it welcomes men and women from all backgrounds. Prospective retained fire fighters have to live or work no more than four minutes away from their local fire station, demonstrate a certain level of physical fitness and stamina, and have good eyesight and hearing. However, if you wear glasses or a hearing aid, this does not necessarily preclude you from applying. It doesn’t take long for new recruits to the Henfield station to settle in, many of them have very long service records, showing real commitment to the service. One of Chris’s colleagues, Andy Tullet, has been serving the Henfield community since 1987 – nearly 25 years! Chris has already clocked up eight years and says that he is in it for

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To find out more about the Fire Service and about becoming a retained fire fighter, contact Maisie Rudkin, Retained Liasion Officer, on 07734 732080. Sarah Butler

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The pool was built in 1969 by the local community in response to a very tragic accident. Three local boys - Brian Faires, Michael Harvey and George Stevens lost their lives in the sea at Worthing whilst trying to save another friend. In shock, the village got together with local building company Fowlers to build the pool to ensure that every young person in Cowfold would have the opportunity to learn how to swim. Over forty years later the Cowfold Memorial swimming pool is still going strong. The pool is managed by Georgina Masters, the Business Manager at St Peter’s School, on behalf of the School Governors. “Although the pool is on the school premises, it’s very much a community resource and we would love the local community to use it more” she said. “It opens after the summer half term at the end of May and is available to hire right through the summer until the end of August in the evenings and weekends.” The pool has recently refurbished its changing rooms, toilets and pool surround and it’s perfect for family get-togethers or children’s splash parties. Although swimming outdoors is sometimes weather dependent, nothing beats splashing around in the fresh air and sunshine. The hire rate is a very reasonable £30 per hour which includes the presence of a fully qualified life guard. Why not make a day of it and take a picnic to eat on the village green afterwards?

Currently, every class at St Peters School has two lessons per week during the last six weeks of the summer term, plus pupils have the opportunity to attend three swim clubs a week after school. “The intensive nature of the lessons means that the children make a huge amount of progress in a very short space of time – it’s a fabulous resource and we are very fortunate to have it” said Georgina. The school has a number of people who help with the required daily pool maintenance for the summer period. The Pool Controllers come in two or three times daily to check the temperature, chemical levels, hoover out the pool and check the equipment. The pool is also open between 2-4pm for the first four weeks of the school summer holidays so you can come along and join in the fun! Georgina said; “we are grateful for all the help and support we receive from staff and parents in keeping the pool running.”

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AUGUST 2012 | Kid’s stuff The pool is totally self-funding and is reliant on income from school lessons, donations and fundraising. The Friends of St Peters (FoSPS) often donate money to the pool and later this year the school is planning a fundraising triathlon. Georgina said “The operating costs are around £5,000 per year, plus there are ongoing maintenance costs. We are extremely grateful to the many individuals and organisations that have supported the pool over the past few years. Just last year the Cowfold Village Fete Committee paid for the changing room flooring which has made a huge difference. A grant from the Marillier Trust (a trust linked with the Diocese of Chichester) funded other refurbishments. We will shortly need to replace the pool liner and would also like to replace the changing room roof, so we would love to hear from anyone who could help us with this.” The pool is very much appreciated by the children at St Peter’s Primary School as the following quotes demonstrate: “In the summer we like a local pool – no travelling, cheaper, have a family event.” “Keep safe, keep fit and have fun at the same time.” “Swimming is a good skill to learn when you are young.” We are truly lucky to have such a wonderful resource on our doorstep – let’s make the most of it!

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AUGUST 2012 | Pet Care

THE TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS OF TRAVEL

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In order to take a baby or pet abroad, you’ll need a passport. In Elliott’s case this involved a visit to a local chemist where the friendly assistant quickly lost her sense of humour trying to get the little tyke to look into the camera without smiling, grimacing, dribbling or showing any facial expression. Additionally no part of Annelise, who was holding him, was allowed in the picture. This was eventually achieved on the 15th attempt – however it’s still a lot better than my passport photo! With the hallowed portrait in our possession, it was then a matter of filling out the necessary forms and posting them off to the passport office. Then followed a six week wait. Difficulty factor = 8/10. There is no photo session required for your kitty or pooch’s passport, however there are still a couple of hoops to jump through: Firstly, a rabies vaccination is still mandatory. This can be given to any animal over three months of age. Secondly, all pets registering for a passport must be micro-chipped before or at the time of the rabies vaccination. Once this is completed we can issue a passport and you can travel three weeks after the rabies vaccine was administered. Rabies vaccinations are licenced for three years in the UK, so your pet won’t need another for a while. Difficulty factor = 6/10. Once you have your passport, it’s travel time! Both babies and pets are easier to transport by car than plane. No health check is required prior to travel in your own vehicle, although it is a good idea to get one if your pet is on any medication or has any health issues. Your pet’s passport should be checked as you go through border control (for example at the ferry terminal or Euro tunnel). However we were flying with Elliott, so in the interests of fairness I will compare like with like. Travelling with a baby means taking more luggage than Victoria Beckham while your personal possession count is lower than a shipwrecked castaway. All this has to be checked in, x-rayed, inspected, folded and unfolded. The journey itself is fairly traumatic as you either try to comfort a ‘grizzler’ or sit waiting for the inevitable grizzling to occur! On arrival you then realise that you’ve forgotten to book a baby seat for the hire car and have an hour’s wait while one is sourced from another hire company. But at least you’ve arrived! Difficulty factor = 9/10. If you are flying with your pet, then you’ll need to book them on a flight via a reputable pet travel company. A health check 24 hours prior to the flight will probably

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All the fun of the Fair! T he ever-popular Shermanbury Country Fayre is back on Bank Holiday Monday 27 August. Organised by the Friends of St Giles, this is the third year of our annual event and we are planning a traditional fun-filled family day-out away from traffic with plenty of activities happening throughout the afternoon.

The idea is to put on display as many of the crafts and pastimes that might have been seen in the park over the last 1,000 years of the church’s history. Many of the old favourites will be on offer including: Blood Hounds; Morris Dancers; the Polelathes; Punch & Judy; Fun Dog Show; Ferrets; Sussex Bee Keepers; Grand Raffle; and Tug of War. We will also have a ‘welly-wanging’ competition (with three classes; children, ladies, and men) and an amazing range of side-shows specifically designed for children, including face painting, tractor rides, animal petting and much more. Not forgetting the inner person we will have plenty of refreshments on offer including: the tea tent where the now-famous Shermanbury Teas will be served; a lunch tent; a spit hog roast hosted by the Royal Oak in Wineham serving hot dogs and lamb burgers; the ice cream van; and of course a beer tent. For the first time we will have Terrier Racing and all those with sporty dogs, ranging from the traditional Jack Russell to larger dogs, are invited to join in the fun chasing a dummy rabbit. Other animal events include

the popular animal petting and drawing for children courtesy of Lindsay Cross from Ditchling. The Patcham Silver Band will provide two musical interludes during the afternoon and traditional crafts will be represented by hedgelaying and wattle-making demonstrations. Other new events this year include a Clay Pigeon Shoot being run by professionals in fields away from the Fayre site. As well as running a serious competition, there will also be a ‘have-a-go’ stand for anyone who fancies giving it a try - guns and ammunition will be provided.

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Our principle new event is a scarecrow competition open to all but especially the young. The competition will be divided into six classes: Up to 6 years of age; 7-10 year olds; 11-14 year olds; adult; family; and group. There is no set theme and you can choose any character you like or just make one up as you go along. We look forward to seeing your jolly creations! As it is Olympic year the winners in each class will be presented with (imitation!) gold, silver and bronze medals. The Fayre opens at 12 noon and all children under 16 enter for free. Entry fees for everyone else remain the same as previous years at ÂŁ3.50 per person. However advance tickets can be purchased before the event

for ÂŁ3 from Top Shelf on Henfield High Street. As always we are very grateful to the Greenwell Family for allowing us to use their land. Thanks to the generous support of so many people over the last three years St Giles church now boasts a new Horsham stone roof. When you come to the Fayre, do go and have a look at the roof and marvel at the skills that have gone into it. There is a new bellicose too, still at the same angle it always was - the leaning tower of St Giles! We are now raising funds to re-wire the church and purchase new lighting.

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tists playing outside Barclays Bank; an art workshop in the White Hart; Shakespeare playlets and African drumming in St Peters Church; dancing and the school choir singing in the Free Church; and even violinists playing in Budgens!

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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Installation � Testing � Certification � PAT Testing

Jeremy Crawley Henfield Electrician

01273 492914 07968 335871 jcelectrical@talktalk.net

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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:

• Home cooked food using fresh local produce • Full programme of activities • Chiropody, hairdressing and physiotherapy available For further information please call the Registered Home Manager on 01273 492870 or email uppermead.email@sussexhealthcare.co.uk Upper Mead, Fabians Way, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9PX www.sussexhealthcare.co.uk 6 2 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

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ith summer now here, cyclists are taking to the roads in and around our Sussex villages in abundance. But did you know that the taxman is doing his bit to encourage cycling? For a number of years there has been an annual tax exemption to promote healthier journeys to work and to reduce environmental pollution. This allows employers to loan bicycles and cyclists’ safety equipment (such as helmets, reflective clothing and lights) to employees as a tax-free benefit.

Employers of all sizes across the public, private and voluntary sectors can implement a tax-exempt loan scheme for their employees. There is no limit on the total value of the equipment including the bicycle. It is even possible to loan two bicycles to one employee if, for example, that employee needed a bicycle at either end of a train journey. The exemption removes the tax charge that would otherwise apply to bicycles and safety equipment loaned to employees, provided the following conditions are met: • Ownership of the equipment is not transferred to the employee during the loan period; • Employees use the equipment mainly for qualifying journeys; • The offer of the use of a loaned or provided bicycle (such as one for which ownership is not transferred to the employee) is available everyone in the workforce. Employees are not expected to keep mileage logs, but employers should make it clear that if employees do not use the bicycle mainly for qualifying journeys, they may lose the benefit of the tax exemption. To help employees take advantage of this tax-free benefit, an employer can simply buy a bicycle and safety equipment and loan it to an employee for qualifying journeys to work. This arrangement means that the employee’s normal salary arrangements are not affected and is sometimes referred to as a ‘salary plus’ arrangement. However it may be that the employer wants to recover the cost of providing the bi-

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cycle and safety equipment loaned to the employee. Usually this would be done through a salary sacrifice arrangement. For example, if an employee is loaned equipment worth £500 over 18 months, they could sacrifice £6.41 per week from their gross salary. Net of tax and National Insurance (NI), this would be £4.42 for a basic rate taxpayer. The employer will save Class 1 NI at 13.8% on that part of the employee’s gross salary sacrificed. For many businesses, expenditure on bicycles and safety equipment will qualify for the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA). The AIA allows businesses to write off 100% of qualifying capital expenditure currently up to £25,000 each year against the businesses’ taxable profits. Where an employer purchases or leases bicycles and cyclists’ safety equipment, VAT will be incurred on the cost (barring helmets which are zero rated), at the point of purchase or on leasing payments for that equipment. Where the equipment is for use in a Cycle to Work scheme for employees HMRC accept the VAT incurred is for the purpose of the business of the employer and may be treated as input tax, subject to the usual rules on VAT recovery. Following a judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union, VAT is now due on the amount of salary forgone in respect of the bicycle in salary-sacrifice agreements entered into on or after 28 July 2011. At the end of the hire period, the employer may choose to give the employee the option to purchase the equipment under a separate agreement. Typically this would be offered at substantially less than the original value of the equipment, but the employee must pay the employer the full market value of the equipment. In order to simplify valuation, HMRC will accept an optional simplified approach to valuing bicycles sold to employees after the end of a loan/salary sacrifice period. No tax relief is available to the employee for the purchase so, where the price is recovered from salary, it must be deducted from their net salary. VAT will also be payable on the purchase price by the employee on the supply by the leasing company or the employer

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AUGUST 2012 | Business as owner of the equipment. Where the employer has claimed capital allowances on the original capital expenditure, any sums received for the sale of the bicycle or cyclistsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; safety equipment must be brought into account as disposal proceeds in the main capital allowances pool. Alternatively, the employer may wish to allow their employees to continue to use the bicycles and safety equipment after the initial loan period has ended, without transferring ownership. As long as the employee continues to meet the conditions of the tax exemption, no tax charge will arise. Whilst employers own the bicycles and safety equipment, it may be more practical for the employee to have the bicycle covered under their own house and contents insurance as long as they advise their insurer that their employer has an interest in the bicycle. Alternatively, the employer may consider adding them to their insurance agreement with their own insurers. This needs to be determined and set out in the agreement between the employer and the employee. Finally employers can pay up to 20p per mile tax free to employees who use their own bicycles for business travel. Journeys between home and work are not business travel for this purpose. www.kingstonsmith.co.uk

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FARM SHOPS / GREENGROCERS

FENCING & GATES

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FLOORCARE

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