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JUNE 2013 | Contents

07 What’s on listings

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News

from the BN5 area

26 Local interest Gardens and Arts

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31 Local interest

Henfield Village Fayre

43 Health

Medicine abroad

31

47 Local interest Millennium Quilters

51 Health & fitness Henfield Joggers

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53 Local interest Proms in the Park

63 Finance

from Nsure Financial

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64 Business

with Paul Samrah

66 Index

Editor’s LETTER

June issue is always one of my favourite BN5’s to produce, with such lovely summery images and our what’s on pages starting to fill with some exciting things to do outside. Gardens and Arts is almost upon us, this year there are even more arts events and some fabulous music to tempt you. Henfield’s trail of gardens is really like no other - there is something for everyone whatever your musical or horticultural taste. The biannual Summer Fayre takes place on Henfield Common this year, if you’re interested in exhibiting in the show tent please look at page 31. We’ll have much more information in July issue. The organisers would love to encourage as many children and adults to take part as possible, it’s a really fun thing to do so get involved and show off your craft skills, culinary prowess or even your green fingers! Organising the exhibits is a tricky thing, stoically undertaken by the ladies from the WI. Please remember to check the entry dates, your forms need to be in before the show itself so the ladies can register your cards and entries. If you are looking for a social way to get fit then turn to page 51 for an article about Henfield Joggers by Paul Crowe. This friendly group warmly welcomes new members, they believe running should be rewarding and pleasurable - many runs do end up in the pub at the end of the evening! Do join them if you are feeling energetic. Best wishes

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Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Samrah, Richard Cohen, Nigel Stevens and Paul Crowe. Cover image of the Madonna with a seasonal Gardens and Arts brolly taken by Helen Fyles at Thorndene, High Street during 2012 Gardens and Arts. Thorndene will be open again this year, showing their eclectic garden filled with wonderful Gothic stone statues, finials, mirrors and garden ornaments by BrighthelmStone. stores.ebay.co.uk/Brighthelm-Stone 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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JUNE 2013 | What’s on

Saturday 1 June

A service of thanksgiving for the gift of music.

Henfield High Street, 9am-1pm

Holy Redeemer Church, Chelsea, For more details contact the Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings on 01403 6.30pm

Arthritis Research UK Flag Shipley Arts Festival Day

Tai Chi

Maidment Court, 2-3pm (& every Tues)

Steyning, Bramber & Beeding branch Choir of Our Most Holy Redeemer, 226178 or 07967 054742 or carol. of Arthritis Research UK. Trollhatten Choir and Bernardi Cham- rawlings@saxonweald.com Coffee morning ber Orchestra. Tickets 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm There will be coffee, bacon sandwiches, tombola, book stall and homemade cakes.

Steyning Art Trail

Monday 3

HDC Health Walk

Henfield Cricket Club, 10am

Wednesday 5

Henfield Action for Older People

Garden Suite, Henfield Hall, 2-4pm

Annual information meeting. Have a 6 miles, no dogs. Call Mike on 01403 go with computers with experts from the Henfield Hub to help you. Also 242564. 2, 8 & 9 June) opportunity to have a free computer Beginners Yoga Class installed in your own home with backArt trail and farmers market (Saturday up help available if you need it. Free 2 only). See www.steyningarts.co.uk for Partridge Green Methodist Hall, cream tea and homemade cakes. more details, or look out for our leaflet 12-1pm in your local shops, post office or pub. Jolesfield Community

Various locations, 11am-4pm (&

Casual fee £8, concessions for block classes. Contact Kristina Choir Banner on 07796 345679 or Jolesfield School, 7pm (& every Southway Junior School, Burgess kristina.banner@yahoo.co.uk Weds)

Summer Pamper , Shopping & Craft Fayre Hill, 1-5pm

In aid of St Peter & St James Hospice. Beauty treatments available, lots of stalls, homemade crafts, jewellery, cupcakes, candles, raffle, refreshments plus lots more! Free admission. For more information call Paula on 07883 473916.

Shipley Arts Festival

St Mary’s, Storrington, 7.30pm

A celebration of the Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Tickets are available from 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Adur Theatre Company

The Shoreham Centre, 7.30pm

Four one-act plays. Tickets £10 are available from www.adurtheatre.co.uk or the Shoreham Centre.

Sunday 2

Sketchbooks & Visual Diaries

Sussex Prairies, 10am-4pm

Maidment Court, 2.30pm (& every 1st Mon)

Open to all. Call Elizabeth Carey on 07880 551 751 for more information or email e.carey@sky.com

For more details contact the Scheme Henfield Joggers Manager Carol Rawlings on 01403 Henfield Leisure Centre, 7pm (& 226178 or 07967 054742 or carol. every Weds) rawlings@saxonweald.com Beginners course - a run/walk proCraft courses gramme building up to a distance of Shoreham Gallery, various times 3-4 miles. Open to all. Email beginners@henfield-joggers.co.uk or just Introduction to silk painting, Mon-Fri, turn up. Also main meeting running £40 per person; beaded jewellery both on and off road. See www.henmaking, Mon-Fri, £25 per person, fieldjoggers.co.uk (Call Lesley on 01273 595253 0r 07970 838194); stained glass work- Henfield Lions Club shops, Mon & Tues (call Jose on George Hotel, Henfield High 07890477306 or 01273 455411). See Street (& every 1st Weds) www.shorehamgallery.co.uk. Meet to discuss fundraising activities, consider requests for assistance and organise social events. Call David Chatterbox Pryor on 01273 494442.

Tuesday 4

Free Church Hall, 9.30-11.30am (& every Tues inc half term)

Thursday 6

HDC Health Walk

St Peter’s School, 10am onwards

Come and have fun! Still £1.50 which includes all refreshments.

One day workshop led by local artist Sue Wood, focusing on the varied techniques needed to begin a sketchbook or visual diary. For more information see www.sussexprairies.co.uk or call 01273 495902.

‘France at Home’ and vintage market

Beetle Drive

Community day at St Peter’s School

A very warm St Peter’s welcome for all our village friends to our open day 5 miles, no dogs. Meet in pub car in Fabians way. Drop in and be shown park. Call Geoff on 01403 258180 or around the school; meet staff and puPat on 01403 240654. pils; enjoy various entertainments; try out our computers; and admire a very HDC Health Walk special exhibition of art-related work Steyning Health Centre, 11am (& in the hall.

Royal Oak, Wineham, 10am

Tues 18)

Children & Family French market combined with vintage 2 miles stroll. Call Linda on 01903 Information Centre 816865 or Lyn on 369752. additions including stalls and enterUpper Beeding Baptist Church, tainment to suit. For more information Action for Deafness 9am-12pm (& every Thurs) see www.horshammarkets.co.uk Henfield Hall, 2pm (& every 1st Tues) Part of Rural Henfield, Steyning & UpShipley Arts Festival Hearing aid maintenance clinic and per Beeding Children & Family Ceninformation, advice and support on all St Mary’s Church, Shipley, 10am tres. 01903 270458. aspects of hearing loss. Carfax, Horsham

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What’s on | JUNE 2013

Thursday 6 contd. Rhyme Time

Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45am (& every Thurs)

Free fun with music for pre-schoolers.

Circle Dancing

Henfield Leisure Centre, 10.30am-12pm (& every Thurs)

For more details contact the Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings on 01403 226178 or 07967 054742 or carol. rawlings@saxonweald.com

Saturday 8

Henfield Festival of Gardens and Arts

Various Locations, Henfield (& Sun 9 June)

Doors open at 6.30pm. ‘Lui’ will be selling delicious crepes and galettes from a gorgeous Citroen H van beforehand. Tickets £10 (including a drink and popcorn) from Mary on 07528916440 or e-mail ubpicturehouse@yahoo.co.uk

Sunday 9

Shipley Arts Festival

St John’s Chapel, Coolhurst,

£5 (concessions available) with tea/ See article, pick up a blue leaflet from coffee included. For more information shops in the village or visit www.hen- 6.30pm ‘A night at the operetta’ with OperUK call Brenda Kelly on 01273 842405. fieldgardensandarts.org/news and Bernardi String Ensemble. TickHenfield Unattached The Dolls House Project ets are available from 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com White Hart, 11am (& every 1st Thurs) Maidment Court, (& Sun 9) A meeting point for those who are Exhibition ‘La Petite Circus’- a circus now alone, and need to get out and in miniature. Also a café, face painting widen their horizons. There’s no fuss, and sale of items for doll’s houses on Crib no joining fee, no subscription. Call both days. For more details contact Maidment Court, 2pm (& every 01273 495820 or drop in at our regu- the Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings lar coffee morning at the White Hart. on 01403 226178 or 07967 054742 or 2nd, 3rd & 4th Mon) For more details contact the Scheme carol.rawlings@saxonweald.com Play & Learn Together Manager Carol Rawlings on 01403 A picture of the South Downs 226178 or 07967 054742 or carol. Henfield Leisure Centre, rawlings@saxonweald.com Henfield Library, 11am 1-2.30pm (& every Thurs) Come along to our new ‘Play & Learn Christine and Terry Timblick talk about Together Sessions’ to explore play the inspiration for their book ‘A Picture through children’s eyes! Part of Rural of the South Downs’. The event is free Henfield History Group Henfield, Steyning & Upper Beeding and refreshments available. Copies of Free Church Hall, 8pm (& every the book will be available to buy. Children & Family Centres.

Monday 10

Tuesday 11

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Henfield Garden Club Plant Swap

2nd Tues)

‘They were most amused: how Horsham celebrated Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee’ by Friends of HorRed Oaks Garden, 11am-5pm sham Museum. Everyone welcome. New Jazz, Blues and Swing choir. All Bring along a plant and exchange it for Admission £3 for non-members and ages and abilities welcome. All music another -all types and sizes are wel- members by subscription. For more learned by ear. £4 per session (inc. come. There will also be plants for sale. information call 01273 492754 tea/biscuits). To book email Jennie Ukulele Playtime Woodmancote Parish at info@knowdementia.co.uk or call St Peter’s Church Henfield, 12-2pm Council Meeting 01273 494300. Marco Frankland and Lynne Parish Hall, Woodmancote, Thursday Circle garden party With Todd.
Whatever your age you can 7.30pm (& every 2nd Tues) 2.30pm play the ukulele! Come along to our Barbara & David have kindly opened free workshop and try. Bring your own Email woodmancoteparishcouncil@ their garden to the Circle for our an- ukulele or borrow one of ours. No ex- gmail.com for more information. nual garden party of games and re- perience required. All welcome! Quiz night freshments. For anyone unsure of the Cat & Canary Beer Festival White Hart, 8.30pm (& Tues 25) location, call Peggy on 493472. Entry £2 a head, in aid of HART. Teams Station road, midday Unsquashable – Henfield Upper up to six. Cash prize for winners. Call onwards (also Sunday 9th) Squash Club 01273 492006 to reserve a table.

Catholic Church Hall, 1.303.30pm (& Thurs 20)

Henfield Leisure Centre, 7-9pm (& every Thurs) Drop-in and play session only £3.

Crib

See advertisement page 19 for details.

Steyning Grammar Jazz Band & Guests St Peter’s Church, 3-4pm

Wednesday 12 Knit and Natter

Rayner Court, 10.30am-12pm

Performance of some jazz standards If you enjoy knitting do come and join Maidment Court, 7.30pm (& alongside Latino grooves and Stevie us for a relaxed morning. For more inevery Thurs) Wonder. We’ll also be sharing the tal- formation contact Jean on 493171. For more details contact the Scheme ents of some individual performers Manager Carol Rawlings on 01403 during the afternoon. Free. Refresh226178 or 07967 054742 or carol. ments available. All welcome! Coffee Morning rawlings@saxonweald.com Upper Beeding Picture

Thursday 13

Friday 7 Bingo

Maidment Court, 7.30pm (& every Fri)

House presents... Les Miserables

Upper Beeding Village Hall, 7.30pm

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St Peter’s Church, 10.3011.30am (& every 2nd Thurs)

Join us in St Peters Church for fresh coffee and homemade cakes.

HDC Health Walk

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JUNE 2013 | What’s on Ashurst, 10.30am

Common, 2pm Paul Wilson, author of The Visiting An4 miles, no dogs. Meet at Fountain Match in aid of St Barnabas Hospice. gel, will be talking about his new novel Inn on B2135. Call John on 01403 Family fun and refreshments. For Mouse and The Cossacks. Tickets £5 redeemable against a book. Wine & 263661. more information see news item. nibbles will be served.

Friday 14

Shipley Arts Festival

Horsham Capitol, 7.30pm

Shipley Arts Festival

Friday 28

The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, Bach HDC Health Walk Concerto, and Piazzolla performed by ‘Baroque and Britten at the Burrells’. Bernardi Chamber Orchestra. Tickets Southwater, 11am Tickets are available from 01403 are available from 01403 750220 or 2 ½ miles level, no stiles, suitable for new walkers. Meet in Country Park 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham. www.thecapitolhorsham.com car park, Cripplegate Lane. Call Pat com on 01403 240654.

Lackenhurst Estate, 7.30pm

Wednesday 19

Saturday 15

Woodmancote and The Other Mile walking group Henfield WI Free Church, 9.30am

Henfield Hall 2.15pm

6 mile walk. More details from Ron & ‘Making Time for Me Time’ – talk by Shirley on 01273 493979. Claire Bradford. Tea will be served and there will be a ‘Flower of the Good as New sale Month’ competition. New members Henfield Hall, 10-11.30am always welcome; for further details Warren Playgroup. Bring any items for call 492419. sale between 8-9.30am. Please email Zoe on contact@warrenplaygroup. co.uk for your seller number.

Saturday 22

Partridge Green Open Garden jewellery workshop Gardens Sussex Praries (& Mon 1 July)

Come and learn how to make beautiful ‘jewellery’ for your garden with ceramicist Barbara Collins using porcelain clay. For more information see www.sussexprairies.co.uk or call 01273 495902.

Summer at the Sussex Country Fair

See news item for more information.

Gates open 11am-4pm & 6-7pm

Chanctonbury Chorus St Andrew & St Cuthman’s Church, Steyning,7.30pm

Mendelssohn’s ‘Cantata Come unto Him’; Britten’s ‘Rejoice in the Lamb’; and Rutter’s ‘A Sprig of Thyme’. Tickets £12 from The Steyning Bookshop, Design Copy Print (Henfield), or on the door. Call 01903 815467.

Shipley Arts Festival

Horsham Chamber Choir – ‘A Garland of Flowers’. Tickets are available from 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Sunday 16

HDC Health Walk Amberley, 10am

Come and enjoy the gardens of Partridge Green (as well as the delicious cakes and biscuits provided by many of the gardens) and help raise money for charity. Pick up a map on the day from Bluebells Nursery in Littleworth Lane.

Upper Beeding School and Village Fete

Parham Park (& 16 June)

Sedgwick Park, 7.30pm

Partridge Green, various locations (& Sun 23)

Vintage cars and buses, go-karts, dog show, birds of prey, gymnastic and sports displays, lots of stalls and cream teas and lots more fun. Come back in the evening for more food, bands, tug of war and the beer tent. Children’s entertainment from 6pm7pm and then family fun and music from 7pm.

Sunday 23

Shipley Arts Festival

St Mary’s, Pulborough, 6.30pm

Saturday 29

The Partridge Green Village Fete

King George V Playing Field

HDC Health Walk Southwater, 10am

3 ½ miles, flat, dogs allowed on a lead. Meet in the Country Park car park (off Cripplegate Lane). Call Liz on 01403 263920.

St Peter’s Church Fete

Vicarage Garden, Church Lane, 2–4.30pm

Come along and be entertained by live music from Brass Fusion, bell ringing, magician, face painting and lots of fun and games; stalls of jams, cakes, and plants for the garden; teas and refreshments; and a big raffle. Entrance £1 adults, children free.

Steyning Bookshop author visit

Steyning Bookshop, 2.30pm

Joanne Good & Anna Webb will be talking about their new hilarious and racy story of their friendship and their life as dog owners. Tickets £5 redeemable against a book and (docile) dogs welcome weather permitting. Tea, cakes and doggy treats provided.

Sunday 30

Proms in the Park

Red Oaks Gardens, Henfield, 6pm

A 200 year celebration of Jane Aus- See article for more information. tin’s Pride & Prejudice with music from the period. Tickets are available from 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Thursday 27

Advance Notice: Wednesday 3 July

Steyning Bookshop – The Other Mile walking group author supper

A ‘Sussex Day’ walk, 5+ miles with Sussex Produce Company Café, some steep hills. Meet at Amberley Free Church, 7pm 7pm Station to register. Contact Jill Shuk- 3 mile walk. More details from Ron & Meet Kate Humble whose memoir Shirley at 01273 493979. er: jill.shuker@horsham.gov.uk Humble by Nature has just been published. There will be a delicious meal Grand Charity Cricket Match Steyning Bookshop and the tickets will include a voucher author visit Henfield Cricket Club, Henfield towards one of her books.

Steyning, Location tbc

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JUNE 2013 | News receiving less use and these have now been removed. This will enable Horsham Council who manage the car park to create an additional 6 car parking spaces in this area. Residents are reminded that bottle recycling banks are still located in the Village Hall car park and the Leisure Centre car park.

A picture of the South Downs On Saturday 8 June at 11am Christine and Terry Timblick will be talking about the inspiration for their book ‘A Picture of the South Downs’ at Henfield Library. The event is free and there will be refreshments available. Copies of the book will be available to buy. For more information about the book see the Halsgrove website: www.halsgrove.com

777 FUNDRAISING Update

Photograph courtesy of Mike Beardall

777 fundraising team challenges are full on this year with their first one completed - the London North Tough Mudder in Kettering on May 4th. The team, consisting of Tracey Prescott, Laura Smith, Donna Stephenson and David Bloomfield, endured 12 miles of obstacles including fire, ice, mud miles and electric shocks! The course was made even harder by torrential rain and hailstones. True grit and determination saw them finish as a team - Henfields very own Mudderettes! Tracey’s brother Martin a has another team doing a 20 mile obstacle course May11th and there are 3 bike rides and another obstacle challenge still to go. Since their first event in March 2012 over £28,000 has Henfield Youth Club gets £300 been raised. To get all challenge info and to donate to their charities CLIC Sargent and the Royal Marsden from village calendar sales Hospital please go their website www.777fundraising. Henfield Youth Club members cheered when they recom or call Tracey on 07944 372927 if you would like ceived a cheque for £300 from the village Community to get involved in any way. Partnership last month. The money was the result of calendar sales featuring scenes from the village and HENFIELD PARISH COUNCIL organised by Partnership co-ordinator Leo Jago. At its recent AGM Ray Osgood was re-elected Chair- Youth Club leader Debbie Slaughter said: “We are deman of Henfield Parish Council for the forthcoming lighted with this generous donation which is vital to year and Mike Morgan was elected Deputy Chairman the running of the club.” Leo Jago said: “The Youth of Council. Club is our most important facility for young people In common with other Councils in the area, Henfield and needs funds to survive. We are very proud to help Parish Council received a presentation from Mayfield them.” The pictures in the calendar were all taken by Market Towns on their proposals to develop a new villagers and chosen in a competition. market town between Sayers Common and Henfield. The proposed development would be for up to 8,000 – 10,000 homes, perhaps spread across 3, 4 or 5 newly created villages. Additionally a full range of facilities including schools, shops and other community facilities would be provided. Council agreed to receive the presentation so that Members have a better understanding of what is being proposed and the organisation behind the proposal. Whilst commencement of any development, if the necessary consents are obtained may be some years away, Henfield Parish Council will be monitoring the situation very closely. Henfield Parish Council is working with Horsham District Council to increase the capacity of the Library Car Park. With the successful introduction of the blue top re-cycling bins, both the bottle banks and waste paper bank in the re-cycling area of the car park were

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News | JUNE 2013 JolFest Every year a group of parents, collectively known as the Jolesfield School Association (JSA) at Jolesfield Primary School in Partridge Green, hold a summer event to raise funds for the school. This year, we wanted to try something different to attract people to our school from outside of the school community as well. The inspiration for this years event came from one parents experiences at the Isle of Wight Festival, which not only offers entertainment for adults, but children as well. So we are very excited to be holding â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;JolFestâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on Saturday 15 June 2013! This is a family festival, starting at 12pm, with entertainment for the whole family to enjoy. As parents we are all too aware that taking children out to events can be a very costly experience, once you enter, generally everything inside will involve spending more money. So our aim has been to make the day not only fun, but affordable. There will be an entrance fee for the day, with an early bird rate if tickets are bought in advance and also a family ticket price. Once you enter the event, all of the entertainment will be free and will include: a circus workshop; magician; animal zoo; storytelling; hula hoop workshops; dance demonstrations; live bands; an arts and crafts tent; childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;boot campâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;; and a bouncy castle. As well as all of this free entertainment, there will be stalls, ice cream, a beer tent, the Pizza Oven and a BBQ. But it doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t end there! After an afternoon of non-stop entertainment, there will be a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Battle of the Bandsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; running until 9pm, with live music from some very talented acts battling for first prize - a dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s free recording at Sound Central Recording Studios in Bolney, West Sussex. For all details of the event, the acts that will be appearing, ticket prices and how to get there, please visit our Jolfest website: www.jolfest.com Nina Humphries

Correction May 13 BN5 The article featured in May 13 issue of BN5 about John and Sue Willis incorrectly named Tina Hoad as the new proprietor of Top Shelf. Tina is the proprietor of Village Care. Apologies for any confusion. Editor

New landlords at The Plough

Good luck to Karen Gold and Neil Cox who have taken over the running of The Plough. The Plough is undergoing a transformation, do pop along and say hello to Karen and Neil and have a drink or some food in this traditional local pub. Now the warmer weather is here you can enjoy the pub garden.

St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School Governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Award 2013 At St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School we have wonderful pupils who excel not just in academic learning but also in sport, in the arts, within the Scout Association and Girl Guiding UK and lots of other activities. Last year we launched a new award â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Governorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Award â&#x20AC;&#x201C; to recognise a pupil who embodies the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s values, and the award was won by Ewan Brown, who was a very popular, vibrant and worthy recipient of the award. The two runner-ups were Mollie Tremewan for her dedication to St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ambulance as well as Abigail Clancy for her enthusiastic work at ChArt. This year The Governorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Award will be presented to a pupil who embodies the values and promises of our school. It could be someone who has shown particular tenacity, resilience, kindness or courage. It doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to be someone who is outstanding in an area of sport, academia, or the arts - although it could be. It could be that they perform random acts of kindness or do something in the community that is particularly noteworthy. They may have overcome a problem and so demonstrate resilience or they persevere with something that is difficult and show determination and tenacity. They may have shown great courage in doing something. The school will be seeking nominations from Parents and Carers, from Teachers and teaching assistants and also from the wider community. If a pupil of the school has done something noteworthy out of school then we would love to hear about it. Do you know a child attending St Peters who has done something deserving of this award? If so, please can you write to or email the school Governing body with a brief explanation. All nominations will be considered by the school governors and the winner will be announced in July.

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JUNE 2013 | News Write to Paul Drew, Chair of Governors, St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s C of fieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Garden and Arts Week-end. We will be open E School, Henfield, Fabians Way, Henfield, BN5 9PU on Saturday 8 June between 11am-5pm and are supor email paul.drew@me.com porting two charities: Henfield Youth Club and Knowing Dementia. Bring along a plant and exchange it for Thank you another - all types and sizes are welcome. There will To all the patients and staff at Henfield Medical Cen- also be plants for sale. Find us in the blue guide. tre, I would like to express my great appreciation in Our thanks to all those who supported our plant helping me raise ÂŁ1,110 for the Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Society. sale and coffee morning in April. For more informaThank you very much for your support and sponsor- tion about our club, or the plant swap, phone 01273 ing me. 493118. Ilidia Campbell Jacqui Simmons

Charity bookkeeper wanted Locally run charity â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;The Love Trustâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; for Indian children in need are looking for a volunteer bookkeeper to offer around two hours per month helping with the running of the charity. Since founders Stephen and Heidy Love set up The Love Trust 15 years ago it has provided some 400-500 orphaned babies in rural India with shelter and new homes. If you have a small amount of time to spare for this very worthy charity please call Stephen Love on 01273 492521. An article detailing the work of the charity will feature in a future issue of BN5 magazine.

Partridge Green Safety Day Swing Commanders We had complete sell out for the Swing Commanders with over 200 people packing the Henfield Hall. The Swing Commanders performed 1940s and 50s jazz, swing and boggie-woogie classic to the delight of the audience many of whom danced the night away. Over ÂŁ2,000 was raised and will be shared between the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and the Henfield Club. I had many favourable remarks, including one that said that this was the best group at Henfield Hall over the last 25 years. I am hopeful that by popular demand we will be able to bring them back next year. Mike Morgan

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Neighbourhood Watch is organising a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Community Safety Dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on Saturday 14 September from 10am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 4pm to raise awareness of safety issues within our community. Centred around Partridge Green Village Hall and Fire Station there will be information stands and displays from a wide variety of organisations concerned with community safety issues. West Sussex Fire and Rescue will have a display of appliances plus demonstrations of fire and rescue skills, including opening up a crushed car. Sussex Police will have a range of vehicles on display and also members of their Dog Team will be present and showing how they work. Free Property Security Marking will be available at a High Street location. Admission is free and delicious refreshments will be available all day in the Village Hall. For more information contact Roger Clarke, Area Coordinator, Neighbourhood Watch on 01403 713606 or email rogmutton@aol.com

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High fives dives all round! You have to hand it to Henfield FC youth teams; they don’t fall short when it comes to ambition - And there’s certainly nothing at all short about their latest acquisition; all 6’5” of goalkeeping ‘Super Coach’ Tom Betts! Tom is a former eight-times England International at U18’s level, previously attached to Brentford and Brighton, with discussions currently in afoot with a top-four Premiership club looking to be a suitor for his services. Goalkeeper-specific coaching is normally off the radar of most non-attached youth teams, let alone having a Coach of this calibre on-board at grass-roots level. This initiative is considered a major coup for Henfield and one seen as certain to reap future rewards. Weekly goalkeeper-only coaching sessions have already commenced over and above normal squad training and this programme is set to continue

through the summer in preparation for the forthcoming 2013/14 season. School holiday workshops also on the cards. Pictured with Tom are the U9’s and U10’s teams’ goalkeeping pool, expressing their enthusiasm after completing their inaugural session Andy Smith, Henfield U9’s Coach

South Downs Osteopathy My name is Ross Skilton. I am an Osteopath and you will now be able to find me offering treatments at the DB Foot Clinic in Brick Lane, Henfield every Thursday from 9am to 6pm. Osteopaths’ patients include people of all ages and backgrounds, including manual workers, office professionals, pregnant women, children and sports people. Patients seek treatment for a wide variety of conditions, including back pain, repetitive strain injury, changes to posture in pregnancy, postural problems caused by driving or work strain, the pain of arthritis and minor sports injuries. Osteopaths take into account the patient’s environment, emotional state and thought processes as well as their physical state when diagnosing and managing their condition. We recognise that no two people are the same, so treatment is tailored to the individual. I use a variety of techniques to relieve pain and improve how the body functions, from massage and stretching to joint articulation and manipulation (that well-known clicking often associated with osteopathy), to name just a few. For more information about osteopathy and how it can help you, please visit www.southdownsosteopathy.co.uk To book a consultation, please call the clinic on 01273 493467. Ross Skilton

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JUNE 2013 | News Solstice is soon Staff, pupils, friends and families of The Towers will be joining forces with the local community for a hectic Solstice: two days of extreme fun and fundraising in aid of the charities Macmillan Cancer and Cancer Research UK. Only last term one of the Sisters, Sister Patrick, was diagnosed with the disease. But she is just one of many parents and staff who are currently being treated for cancer. So The Towers decided to hold a weekend of events to raise money for cancer charities. Solstice kicks-off on Friday 21 June with a fun-run for the pupils during the afternoon followed by a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Lockeryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (like a raffle but with prizes and booby prizes hidden in numbered lockers), an auction and supper with musical interludes. The weekend continues on Saturday morning with the inaugural Towers â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;South Downs Runâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; aimed at adults and anyone over 12. There are options to run 2.5, 5.5 or 8.3km but it will be important to register as soon as possible. This event has been made possible thanks to the involvement of Steyning Athletics Club, the Air Cadets and St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ambulance. In the afternoon there will be a Summer Fete with stalls, games and pony rides followed by a BBQ and entertainment from local bands until the middle of the evening. Throughout the term there will be â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;milesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; of money placed around the school so that children, parents and parishioners can add to the trail of loose change. The idea is to raise at least ÂŁ10K to make the donations â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;make a differenceâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. We hope that the weekend will be great fun with something to interest young and old, the fit and not so fit and to reach out into the community. We welcome all support and help from the local community to make â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Solsticeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; a success. If you would like to be involved in any aspect either with a

donation, participation or any offer of support please contact Ros Edwards or Carole Baker at The Towers on 01903 812185 or email theoffice@tiowers.w-sussex.sch.uk For more information on each event please visit the Solstice website: www.towersconvent.org. uk/solstice/index.aspx

Steyning & District U3A cream tea Come and join us at 3pm on Monday 8 July in the Saxon Room at the Steyning Centre for a delicious afternoon tea of scones, cream and strawberry jam. This will be our first social meeting following the AGM where you can meet fellow members and introduce your friends to the U3A. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re not a member and would like to know more about us come along to meet us and join on the day. At only ÂŁ1 for members and ÂŁ2.50 for guests it is another bargain event in our calendar! Steyning & District U3A provides opportunities for educational, creative and leisure activities in a friendly and informal environment. It is part of a national organisation of local U3A groups which are run entirely by volunteers. The Steyning & District U3A, which includes Henfield and other villages in the neighbourhood, now has over 300 members and around 40 groups covering a wide variety of interests and subjects. You can find out more information about your local U3A on our website â&#x20AC;&#x201C; www.u3asites.org. uk/steyning or by dropping a note to PO Box 2595 Henfield, West Sussex BN5 0EA. Geoff Phoenix

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News | JUNE 2013 Ashurst Country Fair and Fun Dog Show – new date The Ashurst Country Fair and Dog Show will now be held on Sunday 7 July at Ashurst Recreation Ground. Great food will be available throughout the day from our sizzling bbq, cool ice cream stand and homemade cakes from the tea stall. There will also be live music, terrier racing, face painting, wellie-wanging, archery, country stalls selling delicious locally sourced produce, a local brewery on hand providing a selection of local real ales and the bar will be serving refreshing soft drinks and freshly made Pimms. The Fun Dog Show starts at midday and will include 10 different classes plus a championship for all first place winners. Each class will have three rosettes plus prizes. There will also be a challenge cup, champion rosette and prize for best in show; special rosette and prize for reserve best in show; and champion shield for best local winner. Dogs must be kept under control and on leads at all times and owners are responsible for clearing up after their dogs. The gates open at midday. For more information call 01403 711036 or 01403 711296. All proceeds will go to the new Ashurst village hall.

and if you have not sold your baby or child items, equipment or toys here before, you will be pleased at just how easy it is. All you need to do it register, label and price your goods and bring them along – the helpers do the rest for you and you get your cheque sent off to you the following week! Please bring any items for sale between 8 -9.30am. For your seller number please email Zoe at contact@warrenplaygroup.co.uk

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Henfield’s hidden treasure trail will be launched on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 June, to coincide with the Festival of Gardens & Arts. Ten treasure Boxes will be on display in shops and other premises on or near the High Street which tell you about interesting Henfield people and events. Good as New Sale There is also a quiz The Warren Playgroup children’s ‘Good as New’ sale which accompanies will be held on Saturday 15 June at the Henfield Hall the treasure trail. from 10-11.30am. These sales are very well organised The quiz is for a bit of fun and focus as you look about the village centre to find the boxes and answer the questions. Ask for your copy of the quiz in shops where you see the boxes. Do the quiz and tell us what else we could feature as treasures. We will consider a topic from each of the following categories: primary school pupils; secondary pupils; families; and individuals. We may even be able to involve you in making a box. Completed quiz forms may be returned through the Parish Council letterbox at the Henfield Hall. This is a Community Partnership initiative and we are grateful to AVS Fencing for providing the box frames to contain the treasures. Leo Jago

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JUNE 2013 | News Steyning, Bramber & Beeding Branch of Arthritis Research UK More than one in six people of all ages struggle with the pain and disability of Arthritis every day and it is the biggest cause of pain and disability in the UK. We need your help to stop the pain and find the cure. Hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s how â&#x20AC;&#x201C; support your local branch of Arthritis Research UK. We can raise money and have some fun at the same time so here are some dates for your diary: Our Flay Day is Saturday 1 June on Henfield High Street from 9am-1pm. If you would like to help by manning a collection box please call Angela on 01903 814006. On Saturday 6 July is our â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;In the Pinkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Garden Party in the beautiful garden of â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Saffronsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on Holland Road in Steyning,from 1pm. The afternoon will include a two course lunch and a glass of pink fizz, prize for the best pink outfit, wine raffle, tombola and fun! Tickets are ÂŁ10 each and are available from any Committee Member or call 01903 814006. Maggie Blake, Chairman.

Grand Charity Cricket Match You are invited to a Grand Charity Cricket Match in aid of St Barnabas on Sunday 16 June at 2pm at the Henfield Cricket Club on the Common. The match will be between Henfield Cricket Club and a scratch team fielded by the Henfield Friends of St Barnabas House. During the afternoon, there will be something for all the family: a bouncy castle; face painting; raffle; and of course refreshments. So do come along and support your local Hospice.

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nian music. You do not need a partner to join in. This is the kindest and most joyful form of exercise you will ever experience. Each session costs ÂŁ5 (concessions available) with tea or coffee included. Why not come along for a session and see whether you would like to join us? For more information call Brenda Kelly on 01273 842405.

Summer at the Sussex Country Fair If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re after a great family day out this summer, why not come along to the Sussex Country Fair over the weekend of 15- 16 June? Held in the beautiful grounds of Parham Park, the Sussex Country Fair offers the perfect weekend get-a-away for field sports enthusiasts and families. Amongst the many attractions this year Parham welcomes: established jousters the Knights of Middle England; Ye Olde Redtail Falconry; Cyril the Squirrel; all-new wood cutting display team Adamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Axemen; a fine selection of live music and childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entertainment; world-class demonstrations; and a variety of exhibits within the renowned Vintage Section. To complement this we have the Mole Show, Gardeners Question Time with the Daily Mail and the Traditional Bakery Show. Roaming music acts include Vic Ellis, the one man band and Riverboats Days Jazz duo. If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re after some world-class competitions, the Sussex Country Fair also plays host to qualifying rounds in the all-new Great Wall Motor World Series Clay Shooting and Great Wall Motor World Series Gundog Championship with headline dog food sponsor Chudleys. All this as well as the ATEO Junior Airgun Championships and the Countrymanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Weekly Terrier and Lurcher Events. For advance tickets call 0845 230 5175 and for more information see www. countrymanfairs.co.uk

The summer coach trip to London is on Wednesday 10 July. The coach will leave from the Henfield Post Office Bus Stop at 8.45am and the drop-off point is The Waldorf Hotel, Aldwych. The coach will leave London at 6.15pm. For more information and tickets Taste...deli opens in the evening please call Jill on 07713 161 343. Taste...deli customers can now enjoy a glass of wine and nibbles in the evening since Rick and Louise Dancing in Henfield are now licenced to serve alcohol. They will open on Circle Dancing takes place every Thursday morning Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings between from 10.30am to 12pm at the Henfield Leisure Centre. 5.30pm and 9pm, serving a selection of great wines at Come along and enjoy dancing in Circles, Spirals and reasonable prices with nibbles. Pop along and enjoy Lines to stunning Israeli, Greek, Russian and Ruma- an early evening drink with friends.

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JUNE 2013 | News If only clothes could talk How many dresses have you thrown away in your life? Alternatively, what clothes have you kept for years? Your wedding dress? A christening gown? Your favourite jeans? What a shame the clothes can’t talk. They could remind you of the happy times you had when you wore them, how you felt that day and who was there with you. I really wished that a classic LBD I saw in Henfield Museum had been in a chatty mood. This exquisite beaded cocktail dress dates from the 1920s and it has been part of the Henfield costume collection for eighty years. The black material (crêpe I think), is not grey with age but still a strong black. The beading on the dress is exquisite: the sleeveless bodice has a pyramid shaped design of sparkling silver beads. The design flows into the beaded waistband that circles the fashionable 1920s dropped waist. The skirt is not forgotten: a deep border of thousands of silver beads

flash and sparkle in the light. It must have looked like liquid moonlight when it was worn to dance a Charleston or a Tango. Henfield Museum is a treasure trove right in the middle of the village. They have a multitude of fascinating items on display. Sadly, details can be sketchy regarding the provenance of some of the items. It is the costumes that intrigue me most. So I wondered, as the dress cannot tell us its secrets, can you? Does anyone know anything about the dress? Who owned it? Who made it? Was it designed for a special occasion? If you have any information about the dress or its origins, please email office@ henfield.gov.uk Henfield museum is located in the Henfield Hall and is open from 10am-12pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. On Wednesdays and Saturdays is also open from2.30-4pm. Do go - it’s worth it. Stephanie Richards

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Here at Hamfelds, we would like to thank our customers for their loyal support over the last year. As a result we have been growing steadily and many of you will know that space has been at a premium for some time. So when we were offered the chance to expand into the shop next door, we didn’t hesitate! The size and layout of the new shop was perfect for accommodating our gardening section, so we set to work and a few frantic days (and several wheelbarrow trips) later Hamfelds Garden was born – a real garden centre - in miniature! We have almost everything you would expect from a full size garden centre - vegetable and flower seeds, a broad range of garden tools, lawn care, gloves, hoses, fertilisers, pesticides, compost and weed killer - not to mention a multitude of sundry items to keep your garden in tip top condition throughout the year.! We offer free local delivery and have knowledgeable staff who are always happy to help. But best of all – we have TWICE as much space for plants than ever before! At long last the summer bedding season is finally in full swing, so why not come down to Hamfelds Garden and see the vast array of plants on offer?

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enfield’s 14th Festival of Gardens and Arts takes place on the weekend of 8-9 June and there’s lots of interesting and inventive gardens to explore, including some opening for the first time this year.

From large plots with sweeping vistas to smaller, traditional cottage gardens crammed with colour and scent, there are gardens to appeal to all tastes. Garden owners will be on hand to talk about plants and offer advice. Why not bring a plant from your own garden to exchange for a new one and get some expert advice from members of the Henfield Garden Club at the Great Plant Swap? While gardens are the main focus, there is something for everyone including arts and crafts, music, children’s activities, and of course food and drink. You can listen to some inspiring musical performances including Royal Opera mezzo-soprano Sidonie Winter at the Free Church or enjoy jazz with The George Regis Jazz Band at the White Hart. There are also plenty of opportunities to sample some delicious lunches. Treat yourself to some gourmet ice cream or tea and homemade cake by some of Henfield’s best cake-makers. There will be demonstrations of the traditional skills of wood-turning, wool-spinning and willow-weaving and a chance to get close to local wildlife on a guided bird walk around the edge of the village with expert birder Will Green. There will also be a touch of ‘Olde England’ with performances by the Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men on Sunday. As in past years there will be some inspiring arts and crafts on display including painting, photography and needlework and there will be a special exhibition by three local

artists at the Old Steam Mill who have worked collaboratively to produce work inspired by the mill’s history and its association with the railway that once served the village. There are plenty of activities to keep children busy: the Green Shed in Nep Town Road will have craft activities; they can ‘Count the Owls’ at Myrtle Terrace; and explore the intriguingly named Jungle and Pirate’s tree house at Staples Barn House. Each year voluntary contributions by garden visitors support the work of local charities. Two charities will benefit this year: The Henfield Youth Club and Know Dementia which do great work to support the young and old within our community. If your legs get tired when exploring the gardens or you have limited mobility, you can hop on the Henfield Community minibus which will take a circular route around the village stopping on demand. Pick up a Blue Guide from shops in the High Street to find out more about what’s on offer during the festival weekend and look out for the information table in the High Street where someone will be on hand to help. The festival will be brought to a close at Red Oaks in the centre of the village where you can relax and enjoy a glass of Pimms while listening to jazz, pop and rock played by local band RetroActive.

Come and join us for this great, annual community event which is generously supported by local business sponsors. For further information visit the website: www.henfieldgardensandarts.org Alison Crowe

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nthony Jackson’s workshop on the Huffwood estate in Partridge Green is immaculate – with builtin wooden cabinets storing his tools and rows of chisels and planes neatly lining the walls. A huge dimension saw stands in the centre of the room, the modern accuracy tool that cuts with the fraction of a millimetre precision essential for his work. Anthony is first and foremost a craftsman. His background in mechanical engineering has given a practicality, balance and accuracy to his work. After an inspirational visit to a graduate design show back in 1991 he studied a three-year university degree in furniture design and craftsmanship. This degree gave him not only a solid craft and commercial grounding, but also the business skills to set up on his own. Anthony spent some time working from a studio in Ditchling and moved to Partridge Green in February. He has produced some diverse and quite stunning commissions - from beautiful dining tables and built in bedroom furniture for West London houses to Art-Deco style bars. “My work is always from a perspective of functionality, creating something that is both beautiful and pleasurable. My furniture is built to last several lifetimes, I use traditional craftsman techniques twinned with precision modern engineering. Producing

practical storage solutions or perhaps a family dining table, to a budget, is a challenge I really enjoy.” Anthony talks passionately about the materials he uses, about how he selected the most perfect piece of burr oak for the centre of a table and how he constructed the ebonized line inlay on a sideboard. Although his furniture is exquisite in its detail it never strays from practicality. His commission work is varied, from simple built in cupboards as storage solutions to a round dining table to seat 18. I’m drawn more to his beautiful pieces of work, but Anthony assures me that his practical commissions are just as enjoyable and these simple pieces are made to a much more affordable budget. Anthony is currently working on a commission for a round table in oak with a multi-sectioned central leg for a local customer. Each segment of the table leg is created to an exact 11.3 degree angle – each piece perfect in its natural state, planed to an exact thickness. Dinner guests will admire this table for years to come – it will be not only the centerpiece of the room but a conversation piece. With Anthony Jackson furniture your imagination is the limit. From the most simple country oak dining table to a Deco-style sideboard, Anthony will create something to be admired and loved by generations to come.

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enfield Village Fayre takes place on the 20th July, so now is the time to be thinking about entering the craft, art or photographic competitions. Last time there were many excellent entries which were much admired by the many visitors to the Show Tent. Pauline Murphy from Woodmancote and Henfield WI gives her hints and tips to a successful show entry.

This year the schedule is slightly different and here area a few hints that might help and encourage you to enter. Don’t forget to pick up your schedule from the Parish Office.

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• Please attach your name to your entry, either stitched or attached with a small safety-pin, in case entry and name card become separated. • Knitting is now very popular with such a variety of wools, colours, textures and stitches. The knitting should be of an even tension. Care is needed in sewing up the finished article with special attention to buttonholes. • A piece of embroidery should not be ‘made up’ so that the judge can see the back – a challenge! • Patchwork can be used in so many ways, not only cushions but place-mats, tray cloths, pincushions, tote bags and boxes. Judges look for a good design with corners matching and small stitches. • A handmade card does not need an envelope. • Soft toys are always popular and cuddly with no hard eyes, noses or whiskers.

• If your work is not glazed it is a good idea to cover it with clear florists cellophane to protect it from rain and spills. • Watercolours – try not to use white paint, leave the paper unpainted for the highlights. • Acrylics / Oils – use the brushstrokes to imply movement and texture. • Pastels – use exciting pastel paper as the base for your pictures. • Pen and Wash –pick subjects that lend themselves to pen and wash, such as architecture, textures or perhaps still life. • Pencil / charcoal sketch – include high contrasts – light against dark, dark against light. This could be human or animal portrait. Try to capture the character of the subject.

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Have you got that winning photo in your camera or on your computer? If so why not enter it in one of the Summer Show classes? There are many different categories to choose from. Originality will always catch the eye of the judges.

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Please read the tips in the cookery section re. jars and lids. The waxed disc and cellophane top is perfectly acceptable for jam, marmalade and jelly. New jars and discs / cellophane are available from Hamfelds and Henfield Furnishings. Plastic lined tops for chutney can be obtained from Lakeland – www.lakeland. co.uk ART: There is a category for everyone including water- Good Luck – have a go – you may surprise yourself! colours, acrylics, oils, pastels, pencil and charcoal. Woodmancote and Henfield WI are a friendly group who There is also a category for still life and portraiture. So enjoy a wide range of activities and speakers once a why not have a go all you budding artists! month on a Wednesday afternoon in the Henfield Hall.

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PROFILE the patient. Not all patients in Bermuda have the same level of insurance, so some can afford more care than others. The NHS is still universally available being free at the point of care.

Practicing without a computer is good for patient rapport, but means that the GPs are very limited in the checks they can run to make sure that each patient is getting the best possible evidence-based care. Many of the consultations were very straight forward The computer is vital to the function of an integrated such as repeat prescriptions (hand-written), minor ill- healthcare team and enables me to get at least twice nesses and routine blood pressure, all of which are as much work done in a day. dealt with by our nurses, health care assistants or PA I’ll definitely go back to do another week in Bermuda here. Other consultations were much more compli- sometime because it was such a great experience, but cated with language barriers and multiple illnesses. there is still much to admire in the NHS. It’s a unique There are no restrictions or guidelines for referring or and special service that uses a sophisticated health care prescribing and I was free to consult and prescribe team (about which I‘m passionate), and we practice in a however I liked with no directives from the govern- cost-effective and efficient way. Of course, I know this village so well and I would miss my patients! ment. So was it wonderful working in a private, insurance- KAREN CRAWFORD CLARKE based health-care system? Well, being on a beautiful sub-tropical island helped. Finishing work at 5pm and relaxing on the veranda with a ‘Dark and Stormy’ (a Bermudan drink), listening to the ‘Kiss-ka-dee’ bird singing, smelling the hibiscus and oleander, and watching the sun set over the water certainly helps to make a happy GP! Objectively, of course there were some big differences. The incentives to see patients are very different. In Bermuda no one is refused a consultation (unless the receptionist wants to finish early,) because each consultation represents a fee. The insurance companies only pay if the doctor performs the task, so there is no incentive to develop a health care team. Here I like working with a team of skilled professionals because we can provide a range of co-ordinated services for

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hen Amanda Duke, Head of the Arts Faculty at Steyning Grammar School (SGS) was asked how her department could contribute to the schools 400 year celebration she knew exactly what she wanted to do: bring the school and the local community together through the creation of a heritage quilt.

Amanda’s inspiration came from the V&A Museum’s exhibition ‘V&A Quilts 1700-2010’ which showcased an amazing range of traditional and contemporary quilts from individuals and communities around the world. “What struck me about the exhibition was the concept of people coming together to create something wonderful and the stories hidden behind each piece of work” said Amanda. “The exhibition just blew me away and I knew that creating a quilt would be the perfect way to celebrate artistically.” The idea behind the SGS Heritage Quilt is to capture and celebrate the history of the school, the local landscape and life in and around Steyning through the medium of textiles and quilting in particular. Typically quilting is defined as the process of stitching three layers of fabric together, but it can also incorporate other sewing techniques such as applique and embroidery. Five quilts are planned, each the size of a bedspread. One of the quilts will feature the local natural environment; two will feature the Steyning Downland Scheme and the National Park; one will focus on the school itself through history; and one will feature local festivals, activities, sports, clubs and groups. Each panel will have a border made up of 28 quilted squares made by individuals and the centre section will be more freeform with a number of people working on it. Although there is a structure to each quilt, each contributor has a free rein in terms of the image they want to create, as Amanda explained: “Contributors are offered the option of using a pre-designed kit but so far everyone has come away from a workshop with ideas to create their own which is fantastic. We supply a basic supply of materials and fabric colour for cohesion purposes, but people can then add their own individual touch.” Two of the panels are being made by Year 7 students from the school itself and Amanda described their work as “wonderfully random and very fresh” in

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years earlier and was out of shape to say the least. I joined the beginners group with its step by step programme designed to integrate anyone into regular running and was lucky enough to meet with others who were at a similar level to myself and able and willing to run at other times of the week in addition to the Wednesday night club run. I have now completed two fun runs; both in mud and rain (!), the latter one being five miles and really enjoy the Handicap run once a month. I would never have thought that in only a few months after starting I would have done so. Whether your ambitions are to just plod around the village or take part in local or national running events this is the ideal place to start. I could not have found a friendlier, more encouraging and supportive group of people that I now count as friends.”

We can be serious when we want to be and members are involved in a number of events, including road running and cross-country (some would say especially cross country!). Many of us take part in organised races both locally and in various parts of the UK and even abroad. We are affiliated to England Athletics which means that we qualify for one or more entries ...MOVING UP to the London Marathon which we offer to trophy win- Many people don’t want to run competitive races, however most of us are interested in improving, or at ners and interested members. the very least just not slipping back! The Grace Wells ...STARTING OUT Handicap is a 3½ mile run on the first Wednesday of For total beginners we hold several completely free each month, with the underlying aim of encouraging courses each year, starting off very gently by jogging runners, particularly new members, to take part regufor a minute then walking for minute, and building up larly and to improve their performance. over six weeks so that by the end people can take part in the monthly Handicap of 3½ miles, though there is The only competition is with yourself, since the objecno pressure to participate. One of our members Cathy tive is simply to improve on your previous times and Walker remembered how she first joined: “In the sum- the winner is the person making the biggest improvemer of 2012, being a relative newcomer to Henfield I ment, not the fastest runner! So if you are already decided it was about time to get fitter and healthier running, this could be a great way to start improving and to meet some locals - what better way than to join with some gentle encouragement to move out of your Henfield Joggers! I had previously run quite a lot but comfort zone.

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JUNE 2013 | Health & fitness ...OPEN TO ALL Our main Club meeting is each Wednesday night at 7pm with a purely social emphasis – an opportunity to catch up with or discover new friends while running at a pace that allows conversation – several people coined the phrase ‘running at the speed of chat’ to describe what this is all about and it’s very apt! If you’re already running, come along and join in - there’s no obligation if you just want to come along and see what we’re about. We meet at Henfield Leisure Centre Bar and run both on-road around the streets of Henfield, and off-road around the local countryside, distances typically ranging from three to seven miles, depending on group, conditions and weather. During the summer months we have a pub run schedule that means we run from various rural pubs near to Henfield, running a circular route of three to seven miles (short cuts are always available!) through glorious countryside, ending up back at the pub for a drink and a bite. These are all social runs, the slowest runner is never left behind, and the sight of deer and even the occasional badger is simply wonderful! ...MOVING FURTHER For people wanting longer runs or who are training for half-marathons, marathons and beyond (the world of ‘Ultra’s’ is out there!), we run a variety of crosscountry routes on Saturdays at 8am from Henfield Leisure Centre, usually ranging from 10 to 15 miles. If this sounds daunting there are always shorter ‘return’

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routes (although how many runs have you regretted doing and how many have you regretted not doing?) and stiles are a great opportunity to regroup and draw breath. No one is ever left behind! Our members are not just from Henfield, but many of the surrounding villages. Most of us started running alone on home territory. If this is you now, come along on a Wednesday to discover for yourself how much more fun running is with company and as an added bonus you will undoubtedly notice positive progress with your own running.

For more information about the Henfield Joggers, including news, events and details of how to join see our website www.henfieldjoggers.co.uk email us at enquiries@henfieldjoggers.co.uk or call Lesley on 07789 900295. Our next beginners course starts on Wednesday 5 June at 7pm at Henfield Leisure Centre. Paul Crowe

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JUNE 2013 | Local interest

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Everyone enjoyed it so much that Brass Fusion hope to make it a regular event. Dust off your picnic baskets, find those Union flags you bought and make a note in your diary. Henfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Proms in the Park will take place in the gardens of Red Oaks at 6pm on Sunday 30 June. Brass Fusion and local opera star Sidonie Winter will again be performing a varied programme with something for everyone. Local band Brass Fusion is a group of experienced musicians who bring innovation and expertise to the world of brass music. Although steeped in the tradition of brass bands, they try to extend the experience of the audience by playing in a wide variety of musical styles. Sidonie Winter is an experienced singer, having performed at major venues throughout the UK (including the South Bank, Royal Albert Hall and St Johnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Smith Square) and has appeared as a soloist for the Royal Opera, Dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Oyly Carte, and at the Proms. The first half of the concert will feature brass band favourites and songs from the shows. The second half is a traditional â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Last Night of the Promsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; - a chance to wave your flags and sing fervently. The music will

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include Jerusalem, Rule Britannia, Land of Hope and Glory, and Sussex by the Sea.

Entrance to the concert is free and there will be a retiring collection towards local charities. Red Oaks will be running their legendary â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Pimms Tentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; and they can also prepare a picnic hamper for you. For further details contact Red Oaks on 01273 493043 during office hours before noon on Sunday 23 June.        

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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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JUNE 2013 | Finance

Has the world gone a bit(coin) mad?

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If you hadn’t heard of them you are not alone. I only came across them at the end of last year and dismissed them as a crazy fad. But stories about them are now appearing in the press on an almost daily basis. Bitcoins are a virtual currency that can be traded for real cash or used to purchase actual physical goods from sellers willing to accept them as payment. There are even reports of a seller of a New York Flat who will only accept Bitcoins as payment. They can also be traded through exchanges. Proponents of the Bitcoin system state that because the system has a limit on the numbers that are allowed to be created, they will hold their value over time, much like any other supply limited commodity. This is in contrast to our currency system where central banks can create new money at will, which has the effect of devaluing the money already in circulation. This is a similar argument presented by fans of gold and it is not dis-similar from the arguments put forward about tulip bulbs in the 1600s in Holland. Like any ‘asset’ it is worth what people are willing to pay for it and like any ‘currency’ it is only worth something if people have faith in it. The value has certainly increased - in February 2011 one Bitcoin was worth one dollar. In April this year as Bitcoin fever took over, their price (or perhaps I should say the exchange rate), briefly rose to over $220, before collapsing by two thirds over the next week. I’ve always been amazed that people will pay in excess of $1,000 for a shiny bit of yellow metal and declare it an investment, but I find the fact that people will pay hundreds of dollars to be

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the owner of unique computer code mind blowing. But how long will it be until a rival ‘digital currency’ is created? Who will decide if ‘Richardcoins’ are valid and what they are worth compared to Bitcoins, pounds, dollars or even tulip bulbs? Incidentally, on my exchange Richardcoins are currently trading at £100 each, any buyers please give me a call. Bitcoins certainly won’t be forming a part of my client’s portfolios anytime soon but Richardcoins on the other hand… Richard Cohen, FPFS, Chartered Financial Planner Nsure Financial Services provide independent financial advice. Nsure Financial Services Ltd, Nsure House, 93 Rowlands Road, Worthing, BN11 3JX. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. To arrange a meeting call Sarah Gray on 01903 821010. www.nsure.co.uk

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Business | JUNE 2013

Buy-to-let - tax implications

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f you are considering purchasing a residential buy-to-let property, you may not be aware of all the tax implications. Usually there will be two taxes that you may have to pay. These are Income Tax, which is payable at your marginal tax rate each year based on your income from the property after deducting certain expenses that you have incurred, and Capital Gains Tax (CGT), which is • Costs incurred whilst the property is not available payable when you sell the property and is based on the for letting; and • Costs of purchasing/selling the property. sale proceeds of the property less the original cost.

Income Tax - There are two types of income that you will receive from your tenants – rent and deposits. Rent is taxed each year based on the income that is due to you during a tax year rather than on the rent that you actually receive during the year. For example, if a tenant pays you in advance, only that part which falls due within the tax year will be taxed in that year. The remainder will be taxed in the following tax year. Similarly, if a tenant is late paying you, that part which was payable in the earlier tax year will still be taxed in that year. The only exception to this is when a tenant defaults on a payment and you are not able to recover the amount due. Deposits are not taxable whilst they are still repayable to the tenant, but once either part or all of the deposit ceases to become repayable, for instance, because there has been damage to the property, then it becomes taxable at that point. There will be various expenses that you will incur on your property, those that you can offset against your rental income (allowable expenses) and those that you cannot offset against your rental income (disallowable expenses). The more usual items are listed below. Allowable expenses: • Advertising the property for let; • Repairs to the property and general maintenance costs; • Cost of services provided to your tenants, such as utilities; • Managing agents’ fees; • Accountancy fees, where you employ a professional agent • Insuring the building and contents; and • Interest paid on any loan taken out to buy the property. Disallowable expenses: • Renovation work and improvements made to the property, for example replacing an item with one of a higher specification, installing central heating, carrying out any work which was accounted for by a reduced purchased price for the property; • Capital repaid on any loan taken out to buy the property;

This list is not exhaustive and you should seek advice to ensure that you obtain any tax relief available. Where an expense is not allowed for Income Tax, you may be able to obtain tax relief for these expenses once you sell the property and this falls within the CGT regime. There are additional rules regarding furnished lettings, including furnished holiday lettings. These rules may result in you being able to claim additional expenses against your income. Capital Gains Tax - The gain, subject to tax, comprises the proceeds that you receive from the sale less the price that you originally paid for the property. These costs will include your costs of purchasing and selling the property, such as legal expenses, estate agents’ fees and Stamp Duty Land Tax. If you have carried out any improvements to the property, including renovation work, and these costs have not qualified for relief under the Income Tax rules then you may be able to get relief for these expenses now. After deducting the CGT exemption (presently £10,900), the gain is taxed at between 18% and 28% depending on your overall level of income. The tax is payable on 31 January following the end of the tax year in which the disposal took place. Advice should be sought before you put the property on the market with a view to mitigating any potential gain. Various options might be available, including joint ownership or giving consideration as to whether you could validly elect for the property to be treated as your Principal Private Residence (PPR) prior to disposal. Administration - You are required to complete a Personal Tax Return and pay your tax liability for each tax year once your letting has started, even if you do not already receive a Return from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). HMRC charges penalties where a Tax Return is submitted late and interest where tax is paid late.

For further information, contact: Paul Samrah, Partner, Kingston Smith LLP, T: 01737 781546 E: psamrah@kingstonsmith.co.uk

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