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JUNE 2014 | Contents


07 What’s on listings


from the BN5 area

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12 News

Local interest

HART 3 Peaks Challenge

26 Local interest Swains celebrate 30

31 Charity

St Barnabas Night to Remember


52 Local interest Artist Claire Phillips


63 Finance with Nsure

64 Business

with Paul Samrah


66 Index

of advertisers

Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Samrah Lucy Bone, Mike Beardall and Richard Cohen. Cover photograph 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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The new arrival at Swains Farm Shop in May caused plenty of ‘oohs’ and ‘ahhs’ when we posted pictures on our website (www.bn5magazine. co.uk) and Facebook sites. Gorgeous George the very royal foal from Swains just had to be our cover model this month, especially as Swains is celebrating their 30th year this month. Don’t miss their Fun Day on Saturday 14 June, see our article on page 26 for more details. It’s also the very popular Gardens and Arts weekend this month, this quintessential Henfield event has become incredibly popular and is a great way for the village to show off it’s wonderful gardens, arts and music. Don’t miss this lovely (hopefully sunny) weekend on 14th & 15th June. As you know, we are great supporters of HART (Henfield Area Response Team). They started around the same time as BN5 magazine and a feature on them was one of our very first articles. We’ve watched them grow in numbers and in knowledge and reputation as one of the finest responder teams in the country, much admired and imitated. Some of the team are climbing three mountains in 24 hours as part of their Three Peaks Challenge, please read more on page 22 and give them your support. Enjoy a busy month of Henfield events. To keep up to date please use our website www.bn5magazine. co.uk. There is an extensive directory of local businesses with a search function (where you’ll discover truly local businesses) and all our up to the minute news and diary listings, many of which just won’t fit into BN5!

Copy Deadline Copy deadline for any advertisement or editorial submission for the July issue of BN5 magazine is Friday 6 June. For editorial submissions email Emma Osman editor@bn5magazine.co.uk or just call us for a chat on 01273 494002. You can catch up with the latest news and events at www.bn5magazine.co.uk

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JUNE 2014 | What’s on

Sunday 1 June

Henfield Lions Club

Ashurst to Lancing (until 8 June)

For more details contact the Meet to discuss fundraising ac- Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings tivities, consider requests for assis- on 01403 226178 or 07967 054742 tance and organise social events. carol.rawlings@saxonweald.com Call David Pryor on 01273 494442. Kaleidoscope Singers

Steyning Arts Trail


Monday 2

Partridge Green Toddlers

George Hotel, Henfield High Street, 7.30pm (every 1st Weds)


Maidment Court, 7pm (every Thurs)

Henfield Voices Catholic Church, Steyning, 8-9pm PG Methodist Church, High Street, 10-11.30am (& every Mon Henfield Hall, 7.30-9pm (every Weds) Lena Clare, Camptown Races, The Enjoy an evening of laughter, fun Tailor & the Mouse, Panis Angeterm time) Warm, friendly environment, come for a cuppa and a play! For children 0-5 years. £2 per family. Call Jo on 07926844964 or see our Facebook page.

Beetle Drive

Maidment Court, 2.30pm (& every first Mon)

and singing. New members are always welcome, there is no audition. For more information call Monica on 07788 166173 or email monmaloney@googlemail.com

Thursday 5 Rhyme Time

Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45am

For more details contact the (& every Thurs) Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings Free-fun with music for pre-schoolers. on 01403 226178 or 07967 054742 Over 60’s Tai Chi carol.rawlings@saxonweald.com

Tuesday 3 Chatterbox

Maidment Court, 11am-12pm (& every Thurs)

licus, O Vos Omnes, The Dove, To the mothers in Brazil, Fair Phyliss, Weep oh mine eyes. String Ensemble and Hannah Corcoran on saxophone. Free admission, retiring collection.

Friday 6

HDC Health Walk Henfield, 10am

5 ½ miles, flat, some stiles, no dogs. Meet at Downs Link Car park, next to the Cat & Canary pub. Call Emmy on 01403 255517.

Heber opera - Lucia di

For more details contact the Lammermoor Free Church Hall, 9.30-11.30am Scheme Manager Carol Rawlings St Peters Church, 7.30pm on 01403 226178 or 07967 054742 (& every Tues inc half term) Tickets (£14, £12 and £10) from the carol.rawlings@saxonweald.com Come and have fun! We welcome box office on 01273 543709. new mums. Still £1.50 which in- Henfield Unattached Chanctonbury Chorus cludes all refreshments. White Hart, 11am (every 1st Thurs)

HDC Health Walk

A meeting point for those who are now alone, and need to get out and widen their horizons. There’s no 2 mile stroll, meet at Steyning fuss, no joining fee, no subscripHealth Centre. Call Linda on 01903 tion. Call 01273 495820 or drop in 816865 or Lyn on 01903 369752 at our regular coffee morning at the Knit & Natter White Hart.

Steyning, 11am (and 17 June)


Invitation to ‘Come and Sing with Chanctonbury Chorus’. Details in the Steyning Festival programme.

Saturday 7

Arthritis Research UK Flag Day

Henfield Library, 2-4pm (& every 1st Tues)

Play and Learn Together

Action for Deafness

A friendly and fun group where local branch of Arthritis Research

A drop-in craft group for adults.

Henfield Evangelical Free Church, Steyning High Street Please lend your support to your 11-12.30pm (every Thurs)

UK. To join our Organising CommitHenfield Hall, 2pm (& every 1st Tues) you can play with your child and tee please contact Angela Baker on help them to learn. Activities are Hearing aid maintenance clinic and designed for the whole age range 01903 814006. information, advice and support on from babies to rising 5. No charge all aspects of hearing loss. for the group and everyone is welcome. Contact the Children and Henfield Conservation Family Centre on 01403 864668 for Volunteers Henfield Computer Club more information. Broadmere Common, 10am

Sunday 8

Wednesday 4

Henfield Leisure Centre, 12.452.45pm (& every Weds)

Know Dementia

Henfield Medical Centre, 1.30-

A friendly club helping you to get to grips with the basics of computers 3.30pm (& every first Thurs) and tablets. All welcome, improve Drop-in for a chat. your skills and get online! Cost £1. Thursday Circle Alison Vine on 01273 492620.

Jolesfield Community Choir


Garden Party at the home of David and Barbara Sayers at 2.30pm. If anyone needs transport or the loOpen to all. Call Elizabeth Carey on cation call Peggy on 493472. 07880 551 751 e.carey@sky.com

Jolesfield School, 7pm (& every Weds term time)

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Clear around recently planted whips and plant native oxygenators in Black Pond.

Monday 9

Steyning Decorative and Fine Arts The Steyning Centre, 10am (& every 2nd Mon)

‘From posset pots to pew groups – the fashion for collecting early English pottery’ - illustrated lec-

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What’s on | JUNE 2014 ture by Jane Gardiner (lecturer at V&A and Southerbys Institute). Members and visitors (donation of £5) warmly welcomed with coffee at 10am followed by our meeting 10.30-noon. Call 01903 368254 or 01903 816190.

tion. Tickets (£14 - £22 with the ing car parks. Call Sally on 07720 usual concessions) from The Dome 850064. Box Office on 01273 709709 or The Warren Good as New visit www.brightondome.org

West Sussex Countryside Ranger event

Henfield Hall, 10-11.30am

Buy and sell children’s pre-loved toys, clothes, books and games. Also maternity and nursery equipHenfield Adur Valley Fine Arts Come join the ranger for this 3 ment. Tea, coffee, cakes and raffle. Society miles/2 hours guided evening walk Henfield Festival of Henfield Hall, 2.30pm taking in the evening sounds and Gardens and Arts Gilded Glories - the history of gild- wildlife, learn about local history ing in decoration. and nature. Meet at the Downs Link Various locations, 11am-5pm car park on Upper Station Road. (and Sun 15) Call 01903 878528 to book your See news item for more informaplace. £3 per person. Torch and tion. The blue fold-out guide (availHenfield Flower Club good footwear recommended. able from many shops in the vilThe Henfield Hall, 2.15pm lage gives details of all the venues, Valerie Clark demonstrates her times of events. beautiful flower arrangements to il- Knit & Natter Henfield Garden Club lustrate her title ‘A Pleasure Shared’. Visitors are very welcome so do join The Lounge, Rayner Court, plant swap us for a delightful afternoon and a 10.30am-12pm (every 2nd Weds) Red Oaks Garden, 11am-2pm cup of tea (entrance £5). We knit gift items and children’s clothes for various charities. There Bring along a plant and exchange HDC Health Walk is something for everyone to knit it for another. All types and sizes Truleigh Hill, Upper Beeding, 2pm whatever their ability or interest. are welcome and there will also 5 miles, 2 hours. Meet at High To donate wool, contact Jean on be plants for sale. For more details about our club, or the plant swap, Trees Car Park at the junction 01273 493171. contact our Membership Secretary, of the A283/A2037. Call Ann on Linda Beresford, on 01273 492497 01903 297553. or e-mail linda@slugbandit.co.uk

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Woodmancote Annual Meetings

Woodmancote & Blackstone Parish Hall, from 7pm

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‘Taking a Closer Look’

Hurst Room, Horsham Museum

An exhibitions of paintings by local Liz de Pauley based on objects in Horsham Museum’s collections. Three public meetings in succes- Runs until end of July. Opening sion: the Annual General Meeting hours 10am-5pm but call 01403 of the Parish Hall at 7pm; Short 254 959 to confirm. meeting of the Parish Council at 7.20pm; and the Woodmancote Coffee Morning Annual Parish Meeting (APM) at St Peter’s Church, 10.308pm. All Woodmancote residents 11.30am (& every 2nd Thurs) and others interested in the affairs of the Parish and the Parish Hall are Join us in St Peters Church for invited. Tea / coffee and biscuits fresh coffee and homemade cakes. will be served after the APM. Jazzled Choir

Henfield History Group Free Church Hall, 8pm

Talk on Saddlescombe Farm – the history of a downland farm presented by Nick Steer. Everyone welcome. £3 non-members (members by subscription). Call Maureen Fletcher on 10273 492194 for more information.

Pub Quiz

White Hart, 8.30pm (& Tues 24th)

Catholic Church Hall, 1.303.30pm (every 2nd & 4th Thurs)

A jazz, swing and blues choir, made up of members of the community who may have a medical condition or not (it doesn’t really matter), no need to read music! £4 entry plus tea and biscuits. Call Jennie on 01273 494300 or email info@ knowdementia.co.uk

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Entry £2 a head. In aid of HART. Teams Henfield Camera Club up to six. Cash prize for winners. Call Free Church Hall, 7.30pm 01273 492006 to reserve table.

Saturday 14 Brighton Theatre Group Youth production - Grease HDC Health Walk Corn Exchange, Brighton

Steyning, 9am

Felt Flower Corsage Workshop Sussex Prairies, 1-4pm

You will be guided step-by-step through the ‘wet felting’ process. See www.sussexprairies.co.uk for further details.

Music for a Summers Evening Christ’s Hospital Chapel, Horsham, 8pm

Tickets (£10, £8 concessions, £6 Friends and £4 children) from the Box Office on 01403 247434 or on the door. For more information call Liz Lancaster on 01403 753279.

Monday 16

Drawing & meditation day Sussex Prairies, 10am-4.30pm (and 23 June)

A meditative drawing day, in fabulous surroundings. You will be guided through a series of simple exercises, including some meditative breathing. See www.sussexprairies.co.uk for more information.

Tuesday 17

Friends AGM & Talk

Henfield Medical Centre, 7pm

AGM of the Friends of Henfield See news item for more informa- Downland Dog Walk, 2 miles, 1¼ Medical Practice Trust, followed hours. Park in one of the Steyn-

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JUNE 2014 | What’s on at 7.30 pm by Doctors’ Question Time, with staff from the Practice. All Practice patients are members of the Friends, and will be welcome. If preferred, just join us for the Question Time. Advance notice of attendance would help, 01273 493172 or email peter@bateshouse.freeserve.co.uk

Friday 20

Second Public Meeting on Mayfield Market Town proposals St Pauls Catholic College, Burgess Hill, time tbc

Keynote speakers Nick Herbert MP and Nicholas Soames MP plus pseakers from CPRE and Anthony Watts Williams from LAMBS (Locals Against Mayfield Building Sprawl). wwwlambs.org.uk

Saturday 21

Henfield Friends of St Barnabas

Free Church, 10.30-11.30am

David Sayers the resident organist of the Free Church will entertain us with a programme of ‘Music for Midsummer Day’. No charge

for admission but donations to St St Peter’s Church Fete Barnabas House (Hospice Care) Vicarage Garden, Church Lane, would be appreciated.

St Peters School Fete St Peters School, 2pm

2- 4.30pm

Theme ‘On the Farm’ - opportunity for younger ones to milk ‘Milky Way’ the cow. Live music from Brass Fusion; handbell ringing; magician; face painting; bouncy chair; fun and games; stalls of jams, cakes and plants for the garden; teas and refreshments; and a big raffle. £1 adults, children free.

Fete Starts at 2pm – Ends c 4.30pm but flexible. Commonwealth Games theme. Parade with brass band from Cage Foot Lane to school at 1.30pm. Fete opens at 2pm. Free entry, donations taken at the gate. Arena Events, live entertainment, bouncy castles, raffles, lots of stalls and games, teas and coffees, beer, Yoga Workshop Sussex Prairies, 10am-1pm Pimms and BBQ Gentle physical movement with yoga postures, ease of breathing with deeply relaxing yoga nidra 4Sight and introducing quiet contemplaDay Centre, Henfield, 10.30amtion with meditation. All abilities 12pm (& every last Thurs) welcome, no yoga experience reOpportunity for those with sight quired. See www.sussexprairies. impairments to meet and socialise co.uk for further details. with others suffering from sight problems. Occasional speakers, Proms in the Park concert games, quizzes, plus tea and cof- Red Oaks Garden, 6pm fee. Call 01273 454343 or email See news item for more informashoreham@4sightsussex.co.uk tion. Admission £5 for adults (children go free). Bring your own picnic, blanket and chairs.

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News | JUNE 2014 Henfield people the potential impact of the Mayfield development and photographs of an osprey spotted on the site of the planned 10,000 home development. The Clarks Mead Trust (trustees of the Scout Hut and land) were explaining their exciting plans for a new Scout Hut in the village. At the BN5 magazine stand we enjoyed meeting local people and hearing your very positive comments about the magazine. We were pleased to make contact with some new groups and make plans for some new editorial features on their groups. We gave away cupcakes from Kaylees Cakery and our lovely pink pens to promote the BN5 magazine website. See more at www.bn5magazine.co.uk


HENFIELD VILLAGE EVENING BRINGS OUT THE CROWDS Over 60 Henfield clubs and groups had stands at the Village Evening on Friday 9 May and local residents enjoyed membership offers and found out about the huge amount of clubs and groups in the area. Local MP Nick Herbert visited and met Parish Councillors and representatives of groups and charities. Local nursery schools, Henfield Gardens and Arts, the WI, Henfield Joggers, Churches, Scouts, Guides, the Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men, HART, amongst lots of others, had stands and displays showing what they get up to. Local protest group LAMBs (Locals against Mayfield Building Sprawl) were showing

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Paul Dedman was awarded an MBE in the 2014 New Year’s Honours List for ‘services to St John Ambulance and to the community in Steyning West Sussex’. He has been a volunteer with St John Ambulance Sussex since 1984. He recently retired as Commander and now helps with Human Resources and Discipline. The Investiture was at Buckingham Palace on Thursday 1 May. The Queen was represented by Princess Anne the Princess Royal and the ceremony was held in the Throne Room. The Queen has also agreed to Paul being awarded ‘Officer of the Order of St John’ which will be presented to him at another ceremony later in the year at the Church of St John in Clarkenwell. Paul is currently President of Henfield and District Lions Club and he has been a Lion since 1980. He has been a member of three Lions Clubs over the past 34 years and is also a District Officer for the South East of England. Daphne Dedman


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JUNE 2014 | News LONDON COACH TRIP – WEDNESDAY 9 JULY The date of the Summer trip is fast approaching. There are still tickets available so if you would like to join us for a day out in London please ring Gill on 07713161343 to book. As usual the coach will leave Henfield Post Office Bus Stop at 8.45am and leave London from the Waldorf Hotel, Aldwych at 6.15pm. The cost of one return ticket is only £15. Help us fill the coach and keep this wonderful asset going. Chris Harris

PROMS IN THE PARK a cup of tea in an unusual place. Then to show that Brownies have fun, one Tuesday evening we did the Conga around the high street and every aisle of Budgens, finishing off by dancing around Redoaks and entertaining the residents with some traditional Brownie songs. One resident got an extra surprise when we all sang Happy Birthday to him. To finish off the badge we swung from the trees in May when we went to Go Ape! If you would like to come and join us to help provide these opportunities for the Brownies then we would love to hear from you as we are desperate for some more help as both our Tawny Owl and Barn Owl have retired in the past few months. Contact Sara on 01273 494470 or register at www. girlguiding.org.uk

Henfield’s annual ‘Proms in the Park’ concert will take place in the gardens of Red Oaks at 6pm on Sunday 29 June. Brass Fusion and local opera star Sidonie Winter will again be performing a varied programme with something for everyone, and Red Oaks will be running their legendary Pimms tent. The first half of the concert will feature brass band favourites and songs from the shows. The second half is a traditional ‘Last Night of the Proms’; a chance to wave your flags and sing fervently, and includes Jerusalem, Rule Britannia, Land of Hope and Glory, and Sussex by the Sea. Admission is £5 for adults (in support of local charities) and children under 18 go free. Bring your own picnic, bubbly, blanket and chairs. Nigel Stevens

RNLI HENFIELD BRANCH APRIL HENFIELD VOICES ART EXHIBITION Thank you everybody who supported our 25th Annual Art Exhibition in the Henfield Hall, whether by buying a piece of original artwork or spending time admiring the work on show. We were pleased with the success of the event. We still have a few bills outstanding, but it appears that we raised close to £500. In addition, we raised the profile of the RNLI in a very positive way. The quality of the work on display was, again, of an incredibly high standard and it was very satisfying to hear the many complimentary comments made the visitors. Our next fundraiser will be the RNLI Flag Day in Henfield and Steyning on Saturday 27 September. If you could spare an hour to help the RNLI save lives at sea, please email: jagos@logs.uk.com or call 01273 493205. Sarah Jago

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Singing is good for you! As well as sounding beautiful it expands the lungs and frees you from stress. OK, you think you can’t sing. Nonsense, everyone can sing, and with even more joy when done in the company of like-minded people. There’s something about singing in a choir that gives us a great sense of belonging, something that Henfield Voices (formerly Henfield Singing Circle) has been demonstrating tunefully for the past four years. The group meets at Henfield Hall each Wednesday from 7.30-9pm to enjoy an evening of laughter, fun and singing. New members are always welcome, particularly male voices to enhance the range of parts that can be sung. There is no audition. The songs are gathered from many world cultures and have joyful, catchy rhythms, lovely melodies and spine-tingling harmonies, the styles ranging from African chants to Baltic harmony, from Celtic lullabies to jazzy numbers. The singing is unaccompanied and everything is learnt by ear so there’s no need to be able to read music. Monica, an inspiring, skilful and passionate teacher, delights in sharing her love of song, her reward being the smiles of amazement when members realise that, yes, they can sing, and are helping to create wonderful harmonies. The group will be sharing songs during the Open Gardens and Arts weekend at Henfield, on Sunday 15 June at South View at 2pm and 5 Oaks, Lower Station Road at 3.30pm. For more information about joining contact Monica on 07788 166173 or email monmaloney@googlemail.com Monica Maloney

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News | JUNE 2014 A DAZZLING FUNDRAISER IN £50,000 FUNDING FOR HENFIELD MEMORY OF A BEAUTIFUL AND TENNIS CLUB MUCH LOVED YOUNG LADY Henfield Tennis Club has secured Olympic legacy Friends and family of Martine Barthram, who tragically lost her life to breast cancer at the age of 35 last year, are holding a Memorial Fundraiser at South Lodge Hotel on 4 July. This glittering event in Martine’s memory will be as glamorous as Martine was, with a dress code of jewel colours and evening dress, an incredible auction of high value treats, great music and a wonderful three course dinner cooked by the resident Masterchef. This stylish event will raise money to refurbish the cancer treatment areas and waiting rooms at Worthing Hospital, to make life a little easier for other cancer sufferers and their families. Friends of Martine have been overwhelmed by the generosity of local businesses in support of this event and thank them for all their donations. If you’d like to find out more (tickets are currently sold out but you can register your interest for cancellations) please go to: www.facebook.com/martinefund

funding from Sport England’s Inspired Facilities fund. The Club will receive £50,000 of National Lottery funding to replace its current pavilion with a new building with greatly improved facilities including the provision of changing and toilet facilities. This award will be supplemented by funds that the Club has been prudently setting aside ever since the need for a new pavilion was agreed several years ago. The Club is proud of its Youth Programme and flourishing relationship with St Peter’s Primary School; the new pavilion will be a tremendous boost to the Club’s junior coaching function. Club Chairman, Digby Stephenson, said: “We are delighted to have secured this investment, which means we can upgrade our premises to match the quality of our courts and coaching programme. I am particularly keen to promote the Club throughout the community, and to encourage the young people of the Village to play tennis, and to improve their skills.” Arundel & South Downs MP Nick Herbert said: “I am delighted that Henfield Tennis Club has received this fantastic

grant from Sport England. It is so important to provide the right facilities for young people to take part in sport, and this is an investment that will benefit tennis and the local community.” To celebrate the award you are invited to Club Open Days on 12-13 July, and two weeks of free tennis during Wimbledon fortnight. See www.henfieldtennisclub.com Mike Beardall

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DON’T MISS GREASE! With a cast of 65 youngsters aged between nine and 20 years old, GREASE will explode onto the Corn Exchange stage from 10 to 14 June as Brighton Theatre Group Youth (BTGY) bring this song and dance spectacular to life. The iconic 1978 movie starred John Travolta and Olivia Newton John and includes some of the best known and loved songs in film and musical history including ‘You’re The One That I Want’, ‘We Go Together’, ‘Beauty School Dropout’, ‘Summer Nights’ and ‘Greased Lightnin’. Tickets, priced £14 - £22 with the usual concessions are available from The Dome Box Office on 01273 709709 or visit www.brightondome.org

MUSIC FOR A SUMMERS EVENING Christ’s Hospital Choral Society presents ‘Music for a Summers Evening’ at 8pm on Saturday 14 June in the Chapel at Christ’s Hospital. You are cordially invited to come and picnic in The Quad before the performance from 7pm. Tickets (£10, £8 concessions, £6 Friends and £4 children) are available from the Box Office on 01403 247434 or on the door. For more information call Liz Lancaster on 01403 753279.

RACE NIGHT RAISES FUNDS FOR ST PETER’S SCHOOL Henfield Lions raised more than £1,000 with a race night at St Peter’s School last month with half the money going towards new equipment for the school and the rest to charity. The school money will go towards a new interactive electronic whiteboard for pupils. Richard Lucy, chairman of the school PTA, said: “This was a fabulous fund-raising evening with tremendous support from the community. The Lions do a brilliant job.” Henfield Lions organiser David Pryor said: “We were delighted to support this very worthwhile project for the school. Charities will also benefit and we have to thank everyone who made the event such a great success.” Around 100 people attended the event, which involves backing horses shown racing on a big screen. The evening was supported by over 30 local companies. Mike Beardall

HENFIELD U15S NARROWLY LOSE…TO THEIR DADS The now annual Henfield Fc U15s Dad v lads 11-aside football match produced a wonderful game on Good Friday. As plucky 14 year olds last year the lads had (much as expected) been well beaten. But with everyone a year older (and that extra year being no

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advantage for some of the Dads!) this was a much closer contest. The Dads soon got a grip on midfield and ten minutes of pressure finally produced a tap-in for Tim Franks after Ollie Barrott did well to block a fierce shot by Neil Butler. Tim grabbed a second soon after, but the lads were gradually getting to grips with the opposition largely by working out who could and who couldn’t run amongst their Dads. Half time Dads 2 Lads 0 The second half began with a third goal for the Dads via Gavin Hills who was guesting for the Dads on account of his being the u15s regular linesman. Ben Ward wriggled through with dazzling skills and a brilliant run down the middle and it took a fantastic save from the Dads reserve keeper Dick Hill to keep him out. Next it was Isaac Swaby’s turn for a chance and this time there was no mistake as he finished sweetly for 3 –1. All the play was now in the Dads half and Ward broke free down the left bearing down on goal. Rather than shoot he crossed for Swaby to bundle in number two amidst loud shouts for offside from some increasingly desperate Dads. Final score: Dads 3, Lads 2. With huge thanks to Simon Brown who refereed in exemplary fashion and Henfield Cricket Club who lent their facilities for the post match social. The players of the match (Steve Boyle for the Dads and Isaac Swaby for the lads) were presented their Easter egg prizes by Henfield u15s oldest supporter, Grand Dad Bobby Bedford. Richie and Tracy Dale

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News | JUNE 2014 HENFIELD PARISH COUNCIL At its recent annual general meeting Henfield Parish Council re-elected Ray Osgood as Chairman of Council for a further year. Mike Morgan was re-elected Vice Chairman. This will be the last year of the current Council with election for a new council being held in May 2015. If you are considering putting yourself forward for election to Council you are reminded that all Council meetings, which are held in The Henfield Hall are open to the public. Full Council meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month commencing at 7pm and you are encouraged and most welcome to attend and observe what is involved being a parish councillor. Henfield Parish Council has now entered into an agreement with West Sussex County Council to undertake a variety of highway related functions including repairing potholes on roads and pavements within the village, cutting back vegetation which is obstructing the clear view of motorists, cleaning highway signs, removing unauthorised advertising boards and clearing leaves from blocked gullies. The agreement, whilst it is initially for a trial 12 month period, is hoped will become a permanent arrangement.

badges. Unfortunately, we can’t do these things by ourselves. We need adults to enable these to happen and we no longer have enough. Would you like to join us? You don’t need to have done this before, you can learn what we do. We aren’t too loud or scary – honest! Please help us. (Ps. If you can’t help us, but don’t want to miss out on all this fun, there are others ways to get involved. Call 01273 494470 or see www.girlguiding.org.uk/ get_involved 3rd Henfield Brownies

TREFOIL GUILD - ERRATUM Following the article on the Trefoil GuiId in last month’s BN5 Magazine we would like to point out that Trefoil were celebrating 70 years, not 100. Also the Silver Butterfly award is not the highest award in Guiding, it is just an award for Sussex Central only. Editor


From Wednesday 30 July to Saturday 2 August at 7.30 each evening the Henfield Theatre Company PUBLIC MEETING - MAYFIELD will be performing Shakespeare’s wonderful romantic comedy, Twelfth Night, in the lovely setting of Red MARKET TOWN PROPOSALS Oaks garden. The evening will start with Pimm’s and Mid Sussex MP, Nicholas Soames, and South picnics for those who wish. Don’t miss it! Tickets will Downs MP, Nick Herbert are to be keynote speak- be on sale at Henfield Furnishings from 14 July. ers at the event (time to be confirmed) on 20 June Martin Love at Pauls Catholic College in Burgess Hill. Both MPs are strongly opposed to the scheme and have been actively supporting the campaign against a new town. They will be joined by speakers from the CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England) and Anthony Watts Williams from LAMBS (Locals Against Mayfield Building Sprawl). Mayfield Market Towns has been promoting this area for development since last year when it published maps of its proposals on its website. The maps show three ‘options’ – ‘Option 1’ is a huge settlement centred at Wineham; ‘Option 2’ is two settlements at Wineham and Albourne and ‘Option 3’ is five smaller settlements with the main centre at Sayers Common and four more around Wineham, Shermanbury, Blackstone, and Albourne. The scheme is not in any of the local plans for Mid Sussex or Horsham Districts. However, the London-based company has recently announced that it is “embarking on the formal planning application process.” This proposal has far-reaching implications for the whole area. If you would like more information on these proposals and the campaign against them please visit www.mayfieldtowns.co.uk and http:// lambs.org.uk/ The Public Meeting is open to all. Parking available at St Pauls College and The Triangle. LAMBS

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The cup final against Ifield Youth was a tense hard fought affair played at Three Bridges FC where Henfield ran out 4-1 winners with goals from Connor Angood, Joe Clarke, Harry Neale and Harvey Barrie. Manager, Donna Angood said “This team is something special and they play as a unit that has proved unstoppable this season. Every player in the team contributed to this season’s success and we now have players contacting us looking to join”. Coach Darren Angood added “The work rate, belief and desire of this squad has seen them train hard and play hard and they deserve all the plaudits afforded to them. They have added the league and the cup to the four tournament titles won last season and they really are a force to be reckoned with.” Daren Angood

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News | JUNE 2014 pubs and cafes, will be serving lunches or teas with home-made cakes. The festival traditionally ends on the Sunday in the lovely grounds of Red Oaks where you can enjoy a glass or two of Pimms while listening to music from 5pm. All venues are easily walkable from car parks in the village centre and well signed with iconic blue signs and balloons. To find you way around a blue fold-out guide will be available from May which gives details of all the venues, times of events and a useful easy-to-read map. These are distributed widely around the village. David Hayes

BUSY BEES NEWS DON’T MISS HENFIELD FESTIVAL OF GARDENS AND ARTS The festival is the weekend of the 14-15 June from 11am until 5pm each day. This year there are 27 venues open, most on both days and entrance is free. However, the festival always supports a local charity which this year is the appeal to rebuild the local scout hut. Donations boxes will be found at some venues, so please do support this worthy cause.

On display will be art, home crafts, local wood craft and the ever-popular display of models at Maidment Court. Music is always a big part of the festival and there will be events in a number of venues including bands, singing and Morris dancing by the Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men. The Henfield Club will be hosting an art exhibition featuring local artists. A festival such as this would not be complete without sustenance and many gardens and other venues, including

Busy Bees Playgroup would like to thank all who supported our Jumble Sale on 26 April, helping us to raise £582.38 for Playgroup funds. Apologies to those who tried use the contact number given – the Committee member whose number it was moved just before Easter and BT didn’t transfer the number for the crucial fortnight before the Jumble! We have started to provide hot meals on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s and our children are enjoying a varied menu full of goodness.

THANK YOU FROM THE BP GUILD Once again through our fund raising events that members and friends participate in, we have, over the last 12 months been able to help many local organisations and individuals. Some of this has been through our donations to people who are themselves in need of seed money to launch a bigger fundraising undertaking or project that will assist to others. Those we have helped include: Senior Citizens outing (£3343); Girl Guides HQ Trust (£800); 2nd Henfield Guides (£700); Scout Badges (£469); Arun Cubs Pack (£250); Charitable help overseas via a Guide (£250); RBL Poppy Appeal (£150); and 3rd Henfield Brownies (£60). We have also been able to provide physical help when needed. For these we may use of our own assets or those loaned to us. Examples of these included: helping at major calendar events such as Lent, Christmas, and Fairs within the village. At these our members help raise and take down the Cross or Christmas Tree outside Barclays Bank; erect and take down Party Tents at Scout and Guides camps or for school fairs. Many of you are aware of our Senior Citizens day out with tea, lunch and entertainment. It

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concert strikes a personal note for the choir as two members wives have been in receipt of this care and support during the last 18 months. For many years since 1978, Brighton Welsh MVC has helped numerous charities and other worthy organisations in fund raising, across Sussex and beyond. The Choir has also performed concerts in Wales, France, Sweden and in many venues including Arundel Cathedral, the Sussex County Cricket Ground, and the Royal Albert Hall. Most concerts however, are given for local charities in churches and community halls across Sussex. Keith Gore



Henfield Village Hall proudly presents on Saturday 5 July at 7.30pm in concert for one night only, the very popular Brighton Welsh Male Voice Choir. Offering a programme of live music and songs to lift the spirits, get toes tapping, bodies swaying and your voices humming a tune or two, or more. Beautiful music combined with delightful harmonies, memorable songs plus a varied programme promises a dynamic and entertaining evening to remember. Get your tickets (price £10) in advance from Jasmines Florist on Henfield High Street or call 01273 491936. The proceeds from this concert are being donated to Macmillan nurses, who provide a much valued and trusted source of expert information, advice and ongoing support for people affected by cancer. This

I am the local independent fundraiser for the charity Help for Heroes who look after our wounded Servicemen and Women. Last year I managed to get a poster for the Armed Forces Weekend (last in June) in 80% of shops in Steyning High Street. I was also there personally during the weekend and managed to collect over £1,000 for the charity. This year I will be doing similar on the 28-29 June and hope to raise more. I will be 85 shortly after the event and intend to retire on 31 December after five years collecting for them. I will continue placing collecting tins in the neighbourhood and servicing them. I have around 50 tins out silently asking for donations and I intend to have about 70 before the 31 December. Please have a look at my website www.bmycharity.com/davidsparajump David Owen


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Previously, I wrote about how Henfield Museum has a ballgown that belonged to a Miss Owen. Why a ballgown? How did it get there? Miss Owen retired to Henfield in 1977 after a high powered career in London. From a heartfelt obituary in the Parish Magazine, I learnt that she was good company and how important her faith was to her. She was a regular attendee at St Peters and remained a communicant when housebound. As secretary of the Conservative Association she is remembered for her desire to see women equally represented at all levels. The West Sussex branch of the Royal Over- Seas League also benefited from her talents. ROSL is an organization

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News | JUNE 2014 that fosters international closeness, through a mix of the arts, music and welfare projects. I spoke to an old friend of Miss Owen. She told me that every Saturday night at ROSL, there was a social evening. And Miss Owen was on the dance committee. Perhaps that’s the ‘Why’? The ‘How’ is more poignant. She was a very organised lady. When she was ill, she made sure that her affairs were in order. A posthumous entry in the Parish Magazine sends her thanks to friends and medical staff for their support in her last days. So donating a dress to the Museum would seem to be typical of her desire to leave things ‘just so’. My grateful thanks to all who helped me with Photograph courtesy Mike Beardall, Oakfield Media their memories. Stephanie Richards and emotional wellbeing. We have now added training in sports massage therapy and Neutral Space ReHENFIELD THERAPIST TAKES laxation, which are exciting developments.” For more OVER TRAINING SCHOOL information on the school see www.wilburyschool. Two former students at The Wilbury School of Mas- co.uk sage and Reflexology in Dyke Road, Brighton, have Mike Beardall taken over the running of the 30-year-old business. Elizabeth Ross-Talbot of Henfield and Lorraine Pride- SEAGULLS OVER HORSHAM – NWSS aux of Chichester started their training at the school SPRING MEETING seven years ago and continued as trainers after qualifying. Eight trainers, who are all practising therapists, Horsham based Brighton & Hove Albion supporters are based in the Dyke Road Natural Health Clinic and club North West Sussex Seagulls held their spring Studio. “We are very proud to be continuing the work meeting at the Holbrook Club in Horsham on Tuesday of training complementary therapists,” said Elizabeth. 22 April. A packed meeting listened to a very interest“The benefits and effects of relaxation, massage and ing presentation by Albion in the Community CEO Mireflexology have been shown to help physical, mental chael Edwards on the work that AITC does in the Horsham and Sussex areas, this was then followed by a lively Q&A session with Albion first team players Craig Mackail-Smith and Inigo Calderon. The players were in friendly, humorous and relaxed mood and showed why they are such firm favourites with the fans and such good ambassadors for the football club. Both players answered the many questions thrown at them and stayed behind for the obligatory photo and autograph signing session at the end of the meeting. NWSS secretary Mike Wilson said after the meeting that the supporters club members always appreciates the way the club makes players and other Albion staff available for its meetings. “It really does help to ceTraining in Massage, ment the relationship between the football club and its fans. The work that AITC does in the Sussex area Reflexology & Neutraldoesn’t go unnoticed either and we are pleased that Space Relaxation. Diploma we were able, in a small way, to give some exposure to the good work that it does”. courses & CPD courses. NWSS currently runs three coaches to the Amex Stadium for all Albion home games including from Why not come with a friend to Cowfold and Henfield. As from next season they one of our ‘Wellbeing Days’ will also be calling at Partridge Green and Bolney. Any Albion fans who are interested in joining NWSS to experience and learn some can find more information at www.northwestsussexbodywork techniques that you can seagulls.co.uk

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COWFOLD MEMORIAL SWIMMING POOL The Cowfold Memorial Swimming Pool at St Peter’s CE Primary School will be opening its doors again this summer and is available for hire to the wider community and many summer parties and community lettings are enjoyed here every year. It is also open on weekday afternoons for the first four weeks of the

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THE WHITE HART SPONSORS NEW CRICKET CUP On Friday 27 June a Sponsor’s Eleven will play Henfield Cricket Club in a new competition to raise funds for the club. The new Twenty20 Sponsor’s Cup will be fought for between a White Hart Eleven and a cricket club team starting at 6.30pm. This exciting new event will feature music, a barbeque and a bar as part of a dynamic push to raise money for the historic cricket club, founded in 1771. The White Hart will still be sponsoring the annual inter-village White Hart Twenty20 Cricket Cup. Mike Beardall summer holidays for children from the whole community to enjoy. We are very grateful to our parents who support the lifeguards during these sessions. This pool belongs to the village as much as to the school, and we ask for your help in keeping it open. Please use this wonderful local facility. If you’re planning a child’s birthday party or simply looking for an outdoor, local swimming venue for the summer holidays our pool is ideal. Or if you wish to support us we continue to need to fund raise for improvements and maintenance to the pool and we are very appreciative of all the donations we receive. Please contact Nicola Rudling, School Bursar/ Office Manager, at the school on 01403 864365 for more information if you would like to hire the pool, attend a splash session in the holidays or give a donation to this worthy cause. Giles Kolter, Headteacher

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t takes a certain type of person to be a First Responder, someone with dedication, determination and a kindness towards their fellow man. The Henfield First Responders (HART, Henfield Area Response Team) are a very lovely bunch of volunteers who spend a lot of their spare time ‘on call’ and ready to respond as quickly as possible, before the ambulance arrives on the scene of a local emergency. They don’t receive any public funding, (aside from some SECAmb training) so the cost of providing defibrillators and other emergency equipment falls at the feet of local fundraisers and supporters. The fundraising is ongoing, defibs need replacing every few years and there is a drive by the group to populate the area with as many PADs (Public Access Defibrillators) as possible, especially in more rural parts. They would love to offer a 24/7 cover to the area and need more volunteers to help reach this goal. They work closely with PART (Partridge Green Response Team) and swap ‘patches’ when the areas are not covered, so if you live in Henfield you could find Heather Kingdon (one of the PART team walking the challenge) or one of her colleagues attending an emergency. The team are always up for a challenge, so when one of the responders (mentioning no names, Sandra Parsons…) suggested climbing Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Ben Nevis mountains in the space of 24 hours to raise money and awareness for HART, several enthusiastic members of the group raised their hands in support. As with many good plans, this one was hatched in the pub. It immediately gained the support of two local sponsors, Sean Preston from South Down Truck and Crane and Gyles Culver, landlord of the White Hart. Griffith Smith Farrington Webb, a firm of local solicitors where Anne Dewdney works, stepped up with even more sponsorship, as they always do where HART are concerned.

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So now there are eight intrepid climbers, under the guidance of local businessman and all-round fitness guru Mark Skilton. (Incidentally, Mark got the fundraising ‘ball rolling’ by donating £200 from his local business DSA products, but don’t tell him we told you). The climbers; Claire Greenfield, Mark Skilton, Kas Fletcher, Heather Kingdon, Sandra Parsons, Martin Tooth, Josh Westlake and Anne Dewdney have been training hard in all weathers, fuelled by Sandra’s singing and pockets full of energy giving ‘Percy Pigs’. Their stomping ground has been the steep bits of the South Downs, as well as one very grueling trip to Snowdonia to really test their climbing skills. Martin Tooth said; “We’ve been asked lots of times why we’re doing this, and my answer would be to primarily raise awareness of what HART does. Some people still don’t know about us, or how crucial the first 4 minutes are in saving a person’s life after a heart attack. Local knowledge of defibrillator locations and the basics in resuscitation really will save lives. Of course, we also need to fill some tins to keep us on the road so all kind donations will be gratefully received.” Dave Fletcher, paramedic and founder member of HART is part of the support team, along with John Rodrigues. Their role is to drive the climbers between the mountains, provide food and generally boost morale. “At the moment HART are taking around 20 call-outs a month. These can range from giving reassurance to an elderly person who has fallen to a life-saving resuscitation. We save the ambulance team critical time and can help to stabilize and reassure the patient as well as get vital information. None of this would be possible without the overwhelming support of local people and the businesses that sponsor us. We are continually grateful.”

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JUNE 2014 | Local interest I spoke with the sponsors of the event, local businesses who are helping to ‘make it happen’. Sean Preston and his mum Margaret are Henfielders who are very supportive of local charities including the Youth Club and Henfield Football Club. This year South Downs Truck & Crane (who employ around 20 local people) have chosen HART as the recipients of their donations. “HART have responded to us at work in the past so we know exactly what a difference they make,” said Sean. “This is something we can do to help them and show our gratitude.” Gyles Culver from the White Hart is a well-known supporter of HART; the fortnightly fundraising quizzes for the charity are incredibly popular and well supported. He’s providing the mini-bus that will ferry the climbers from mountain to mountain. “HART are a firm favourite with us at The White Hart. We’re pleased to continue our support for this local charity. The responders are all such lovely people and it’s a reassurance for us all that they are there if we need them.” Nadia Cowdrey from Griffith Smith Farrington Webb added; “We are delighted to be one of the sponsors of this event. All the donations will go directly to the voluntary responder units HART and PART for lifesaving defibrillator kits. Anne Dewdney, our Henfield Office Administrator is a keen member of HART and we wish the team every success in what will be a tough but very worthwhile challenge.” The HART team has a real challenge on their hands on 22nd June, but they will work as a team to encourage

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Sponsor Nadia Cowdrey from Griffith Smith Farrington Webb with Anne Dewdney. Photograph courtesy Mike Beardall, Oakfield Media each other to reach the top of the mountains. It will be grueling but not without laughter and a few tales to tell in the pub afterwards. Please support them and show them how much Henfield values their kindness and dedication.

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wains Farm Shop has been at the heart of Henfield village life for 30 years this month – how time flies! Mick Hills originally opened a one room shop on the Brighton Road in 1984 as a way of selling the produce grown on the family farm direct to the public. He never dreamed it would grow into such a successful business.

cordials, ice cream, biscuits, bread and chocolate. In fact, it is the perfect one-stop food shop! Attached to the shop is the garden centre which sells everything you could possibly want for your garden including seeds, bulbs, herbs, bedding plants, rose, climbers, fruit trees, vegetable plants, shrubs, compost, topsoil, fertiliser, lawn turf, terracotta and glazed pots, bird feeders and garden furniture. And for those who are not so green fingered, helpful staff are always on hand to give advice.

Over the years the shop has steadily expanded and flourished and it is now almost unrecognisable to those early days. As well as offering a wide variety of fresh seasonal salad, fruit and vegetables they now also sell a fantastic range of locally produced cheeses, eggs, meats, dairy products, jams, chutneys and cake. For those of you in a bit of a rush they sell quality ready meals and soups, not to mention juices,

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The animals are a huge draw for young children and the lovely walk through the woods or over the common to see them is a wonderful outing for young families. The most recent addition to the Swains animal family is the incredibly cute baby Shetland pony, George (who is featured on our cover this month). But there are also alpacas, donkeys (including Romero who is apparently rather a drama queen!), goats, pigs, ducks, chickens and geese. Children love being able to get up close to the animals and Swains are more for the children to take a carrot from the shop to feed them (although this is such a popular activity they are limited to one – they don’t want the animals to get too fat!) Swains is very much a family business. Mick’s children Nina, Shelley and Paul have all grown up with the


shop and they are all very much involved of the running of it on a day to day basis. Even the staff seem to become ‘one of the family’, often starting as a Saturday job they then return to work vacations if they go away to study, and some even start work full time from school. But what is really special about Swains is that it is support for our local community. Not only do they source as much of their produce as they can locally, but they also support local charities and host visits from local playgroups and the primary school. “We love being a part of the village life” explained Nina, “and we are incredibly grateful to all our loyal customers who have supported us over the years. As a thank you we would like to invite them all to our Family Fun Day to help us celebrate.”

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undreds of women will be making Saturday 21 June a ‘Night to Remember’ when they join St Barnabas House for Worthing’s annual midnight walk. There is now less than two weeks left to register for Night to Remember, the ladies-only midnight walk in aid of St Barnabas House, the adult’s hospice for Worthing, Adur, Arun and Henfield. Registration is now ladies in, marshalling the route or serving up breakfast open at www.nighttoremember.org.uk until 9 June 2014. for our fantastic walkers as they arrive back. If you Over the past six years, over 5,000 ladies have walked the streets and seafront of Worthing and have raised over £900,000 for St Barnabas House. In 2013, Night to Remember raised an incredible £121,306 for St Barnabas House which funded all of the care provided by our Hospice at Home team for two months. This year we hope to raise even more vital funds, so that we can meet the incredible demand for our Hospice at Home service, which from April 2014 will be extending through the night to provide care 24 hours a day. Whether a patient is in need of pain management, or their relative is in need of support, we want to be there for them in their time of need. This expansion will cost an additional £90,000 on top of the existing service running costs, but will help so many local people in their own homes. Please help us to help them. We have introduced a brand new challenge for 2014 with a 20 mile route, so ladies can now choose to walk 7, 13.1 or 20 miles through the night! The walk will start at Worthing Leisure Centre and registration is £20 per person, which includes a ‘Night Pack’ (our exclusive pink Night to Remember t-shirt, torch and medal), fundraising pack and refreshments en route. Registration closes on 9 June and you cannot register on the night – so get the girls together now and register to be one of our brightest stars! Men can get involved too! We are looking for over 150 volunteers to help us make Saturday 21 June a Night to Remember - whether registering our lovely

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would like to volunteer on the evening please contact the Events Team on 01903 706355 or email events@ stbh.org.uk. It costs over £5 million each year to provide all of our St Barnabas services and patients are never charged for their care. Only a small part of these costs are funded by the government. We rely on events like Night to Remember and the generosity, help and support of the local community. Please visit www.nighttoremember. org.uk for more information and to register.

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here is not much about the beauty business that Natasha from Natasha’s Beauty doesn’t know and she loves bringing new products and innovations to her customers in Henfield. The lovely thing is, that while she insists upon using the very best, she manages arrange distribution rights with companies such as Orly, Kissed by Mii and Environ, usually the domain of much larger Brighton salons who can charge inflated Brighton prices. These products are at the cutting edge of skincare health and beauty, Natasha insists upon them because they are the very best but she charges a fraction of the price of larger salons. Although you’d not believe it because Natasha looks incredibly young (back to those beauty product secrets again!) she started out 13 years ago, as a mobile beautician. “I loved being on the road, I had such lovely customers, some of whom were housebound and it was a real pleasure to

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the newest member of the team, has studied holistic therapies and is passionate about the salon’s natural products. Natasha has introduced two fantastic new products recently. Her new spray tan system ‘Kissed by Mii’ is light years away from the old fashioned tanning, it leaves a beautifully natural look created by a light mist, it’s vitamin enriched and great for the skin. Not that we’re implying the great British weather can be unreliable, but you might just want to get one of Natasha’s loyalty cards which gives six tans for the price of five! make them feel great. It’s part of being a beautician, NATASHA the enormous sense of gratification when you see one of your clients looking healthier, happier and feeling more confident.” She soon put down roots with a small salon behind Henfield Post Office, and eight years ago moved to her current location behind Hamfelds Home and Gardens. The salon has three nail stations in the main room and two serene treatment rooms, recently redecorated in gentle greys and pinks with new professional white furniture and fittings. Since starting her successful business she’s also found time to get married to Anthony and they now have the very gorgeous Daniel, coming up two and keeping everyone on their toes! Natasha has a team of three girls and one ‘Saturday’ girl. Claire has worked at the salon for three years and was married last year. She loves creating Beautiful Brows – a skill that demands precision and concentration. Chantelle is a mum to two who works parttime, she loves to give relaxing facials and massage. Lucy,

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She’s also invested in the new Orly range of GelFx colours. Shorter and well-manicured nails are right on trend, so GelFx is the perfect answer. The gel protects and encourages nail growth, while giving a beautiful and long lasting finish; if you’ve always had a traditional manicure you’ll love the difference of GelFx. Natasha also stocks identically matching nail varnishes, so you can use the same colour at home. The colours are stunning, from beautiful iridescents to glitter and this season’s almost neon brights. Natasha’s secret to success is never to stand still. She brings new products to the salon every year and her latest, Environ, has been a great success. Natasha sees it as the future of beauty, in time it’ll be second nature to us all that what we eat and our lifestyle has enormous effects on our skin. Environ is a range of supplements as well as skin treatments and products which help to regenerate ageing skin and reverse some of the day to day damage that our skin encounters. The system includes an analysis of your skin and a treatment package to boost and kick-start brighter looking skin. Electrical facials help reduce pigmentation, acne, acne scarring and eczema, with a very natural range of vitamins. Because Natasha builds relationships with her customers, she sees the care of their skin and their health as fundamental to the service she gives. If you’re looking for beauty treatments that are tailor made for you, at the price of a village salon, then look no further.

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ONE OF THE FIRST FIRMS IN THE COUNTRY ACCREDITED UNDER THE LAW SOCIETY’S NEW WILLS & INHERITANCE QUALITY SCHEME (WIQS) The Law Society has accredited the first group of law firms to its new Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS). Griffith Smith Farrington Webb LLP Solicitors are one of the first 40 firms to secure accreditation. The scheme is aimed at Solicitors Regulation Authority regulated practices that offer Will drafting, Probate and Estate Administration services. Accreditation is awarded to firms who demonstrate to clients their commitment to the highest standards of client service. Griffith Smith Farrington Webb LLP has undergone a rigorous

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No one at Red Oaks really ever thought about it after that. In October Jacky Welch our General Manager received a telephone call from head office who announced that Red Oaks had won the competition. Now Jacky had a big decision to make; who would be going on a Luxury 6 day trip to New York. In the end Jacky decided to hold a ballot with one vote for everyone who worked at Red Oaks. The ballot took place over a 4 week period to ensure that virtually everyone could place their vote. Eventually the ballot box was opened and the votes counted. The result was for Martin & Marilyn Knight, Jacky Welch and Sharon Haigh. It was decided that we would travel at the end of April 2014. The 4 6 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

itinerary was prepared with departure on 25th April returning on the 30th April. The journey started with a flight on Virgin Atlantic in their Premium Class with VIP Airport Lounge access. We arrived at Newark Airport to be met by a massive stretched Limousine to take us to the 5 star Conrad Hotel where two suites had been booked. That night we were booked on the New York Dinner Cruise where we had a lovely meal whilst having a fantastic tour of the New York skyline up the Hudson river and out to Staton Island for a great view of the Statue of Liberty.

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We then all went to Ground Zero which was very thought provoking because you get to see how huge a tragedy it really was. That night we were met by an even bigger stretched Limousine and taken to the Ambassador Theatre to see the show, Chicago, with front row seats. After the show we were met by the same vehicle and taken back to our hotel. Next day we made our way to Central Park for a Horse and Carriage ride through Central Park which was very interesting and very relaxing. That evening we made our way to 11 Madison Park, a 3 Michelin Star Restaurant, which this week, has been voted the 4th best restaurant on the planet. Wow The next day we were booked onto a Big Apple is all we can say. Helicopter tour over the City. This is definitely the Sixteen courses way to see New York, truly breathtaking. of mind blowing food! Every meal that we all Central Park have for the rest of our lives will truly be a disappointment. The following day we had VIP tickets to miss all the queues at the Empire State Building with some of the best views in the world. The rest of the day and the following day were spent shopping and travelling on the open top tour buses. Finally returning to Newark in another limousine. We all agreed that we had all had a fantastic time in the city that never sleeps. We left England as work colleagues and returned as true friends.

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ocal contemporary portrait painter Claire Phillips is not afraid to tackle difficult subjects as her latest exhibition at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery testifies. ‘Reclaiming childhood - face to face with child labour in India’ is a collection of portraits of children who have been rescued from a life of slavery and forced labour in India. The images are beautiful but the stories behind them are both shocking and emotional.

in appalling conditions in a range of industries including mining, brick works, clothing factories and even domestic work. The children almost never see their families again.” This is where BBA is working to make a difference. Set up in 1980 by the Indian children’s rights activist Kailash Satyarthi, the charity is at the forefront of the fight against slavery, forced labour and bonded labour through direct intervention. To date the charity has rescued over 82,800 children. In the short term BBA provides the children with food, clothing, shelter, medical aid, psychological and legal assistance, and non-formal education. In the longer term they try to return the children to their parents or if that is not possible, provide them with long term rehabilitation and education. Although passionate about human rights issues, Claire does not see herself as a campaigner. “I want to encourage people to think about the issues I care about and I hope that when they see my portraits they connect with them and the story behind them. Today there are around 60 million children in India under the age of 14 who are working for little or no wages rather than being educated. It’s all about money and we need Western buying power to get involved.” Each of the children represented in the 12 large scale and eight smaller scale paintings in the exhibition have been rescued from the most appalling working conditions. The images show them as mischievous, innocent and vulnerable - children in the process of reclaiming their childhood. The pictures are accompanied by the stories of the children’s experiences and a sound track. Claire will be donating the profits from the sale of prints and paintings through this exhibition to the BBA charity. The exhibition is on at the Horsham Museum and Art Gallery until 5 July 2014, after which it will move to the Oxo Tower in London.

Back in 2009 Claire came across an article in the Sunday Times about child trafficking and slavery in India. The article had a profound effect on her and so she made contact with the journalist who in turn put her in contact with the Indian charity Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA). “After hearing many arguments justifying the use of child labour in India, I was particularly keen to get the perspective of an organisation closely involved with the issue on a daily basis” she explained. Claire first visited the BBA charity in October 2011 and then she returned a year later. On both occasions she interviewed, sketched and photographed rescued children as young as nine years old. “I first visited the safe home where children are taken to immediately following their rescue. The children were understandably very quiet, wary and just stared at me. I then went to visit a rehabilitation centre in Rajasthan and the difference was amazing: the children were relaxed, noisy and boisterous – it made me realise just what a huge difference the charity makes in their lives.” Claire also led a couple of painting workshops with some rescued children and some of their drawings are also featured in the exhibition. Claire went on to describe how parents in poverty are tricked into giving up their children: “Child traffickers visit impoverished families and promise to give their child an education and access to a better life. Instead they are sold into slavery and end up working Sarah Butler

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“Our first visit was to Mukti Ashram – a safe centre where the rescued children are taken for immediate rehabilitation, food, reassurance and counselling. Around 80 small boys were staying there, sitting quietly, close to one another, staring at us through enormous dark wary eyes. Little Waseem was the first to break the ice – smaller than most but just a little bit more confident. Claiming to be 12 but looking much younger, he told us how he had been stitching leather purses and wallets. He lived, slept and ate in the factory, working from 10 in the morning until 9 at night and received no money for his labour. As Waseem talked the other boys edged forward, staring suspiciously, all unnaturally quiet and still, solemn and obedient. Finally they began to share their stories - their sad brown eyes close to tears as they talked of the conditions they’d left and how much they missed their parents and home. Most had been brought by the traffickers; a few had escaped violent fathers or bankruptcy after family illness. They worked making hair combs, shoes, bracelets, sorting plastics or garbage. Many told tales of beatings, showed bruises and scars. One 9 year old boy described how he was beaten with an electric cable if he fell asleep at work, if he cried he would be beaten more so he learned not to cry. When he was being beaten, he came to the conclusion that he was born to be beaten. He was poor and that’s what happens to poor people.”

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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Installation  Testing  Certification  PAT Testing

Jeremy Crawley Henfield Electrician

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hard & soft landscaping

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JUNE 2014 | Finance

Pensions are rubbish...


eeping the pension theme from my last editorial, the above is a phrase I hear far too often. The truth is an abandoned, ignored and unloved pension will most likely evolve into something rubbish over time. When I meet with a client for the first time one of the things I do is collate the information they have about all their various savings, protection and investment policies. When I come to ask about any pension policies they have I am often told they have a couple of frozen personal pensions from a few years back “but not to worry about them”. This always surprises me as it is not uncommon for these frozen pensions to have tens of thousands of pounds in and yet they are not interested in them. The pension is not really frozen anyway, you may not be able to spend the money immediately and you may not be paying into it anymore, but the money is still invested, so can fall and rise in value and the pension provider is still taking their charges. Many people are put off monitoring and managing their pensions purely as they feel they do not fully understand pensions and how they work. In actual fact, a pension does not differ from any other type of investment except for the favourable tax advantages of pensions and the rules around its accessibility. Despite this, it often seems that if a client has a share portfolio they will monitor it very regularly and can be emotionally affected by any gains or losses made. However they may have “an old

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pension”, which could even have a higher value than their shares, which they disregard as a ‘tiny’ pension and do not monitor its performance or make any changes to its investments. Pension contracts have changed a lot in recent years, with charges falling and investment options widening. There may be good reasons for leaving your pension with your existing provider, such as a high Guaranteed Annuity Rate (GAR) or heavy exit penalties, but if you do not at least look at it, how can you possibly know? The differences in terms of what you can receive from a well nurtured pension can be tens of thousands, so whilst carrying out your spring cleaning, why not dust off your old pensions and bring them back to life? Or better still, get an independent financial adviser to do it for you.

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 10903 821010. www.nsure.co.uk

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Business | JUNE 2014

Zero hours contracts D

ue to alleged misuse by some employers, zero hours contracts recently became one of the hottest topics in the press. As a result, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has started a consultation with businesses on the problems identified with their use. There is currently no legal definition of what constitutes a zero hours contract. Essentially it is defined by the fact that there is no set number of hours guaranteed for the individual. This type of contract was originally used by organisations to enable a more flexible workforce to be engaged on an ‘as and when required’ basis to allow for peaks and troughs in work. The reality is that this type of contract can differ from one entity to the next, depending on what is included. For instance, in some cases, individuals are obligated to accept work offered, in others they are not. In some cases, zero hours contracts restrict individuals from working for other employers, even when they are not supplied with any work. The important question though that employers need to consider when using zero hours contracts is that of employment status. Employers can deploy an individual on a zero hours contract to be either an employee or a ‘worker’. Because workers share some characteristics of being employed and some of being self-employed, it is not always clear from a contract whether a person is an employee or a ‘worker’. If someone does casual or irregular work for a business and most of the statements below apply to them, it is likely they are a worker: • they occasionally do work for a specific business; • the business does not have to offer them work and they do not have to accept it; • their contract with the business uses terms like ‘casual’, ‘zero hours’, ‘as required’ or similar; • they had to agree with the business’s terms and conditions to secure work (either verbally or in writing); • they are under the supervision or control of a manager or director; • they cannot send someone else to do their work; • the business deducts tax and National Insurance contributions from their wages; and • the business provides materials, tools or equipment they need to do the work. Used in the right way, a carefully worded ‘worker’ agreement can provide an employer with greater potential flexibility and cost savings, as a worker will not usually be entitled to certain employment rights such as minimum notice periods if their employment ends

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(for example if an employer is dismissing them), protection against unfair dismissal, the right to request flexible working, time off for emergencies and Statutory Redundancy Pay. It is a popular misconception that the individual concerned will always be a ‘worker’. If you are using zero hour contracts in any form, do be careful to avoid actions which may make your worker an employee. If a worker starts to work a regular pattern or is just added to your rota each week/month there is a high risk of them quickly becoming a permanent employee, despite what is written in their contract. This can create a high risk of an unfair dismissal claim and come as quite a shock to an unsuspecting employer who simply decided not to offer the individual any further shifts.

Paul Samrah For further advice on this or other business issues, contact Paul Samrah on 01737 781546 or email psamrah@kingstonsmith.co.uk

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Index of advertisers | JUNE 2014 ACCOUNTANCY, TAX & BOOKKEEPING

A&B Matters 04 The Accountancy Practice 49 Kingston Smith LLP 64 R J Dewdney 63


Roger Minost Architect


Number One The Laurels




Henfield Homes & Property Maintenance Optimal Property Maintenance Trim Construction Willow Construction

57 59 55 54


Cherish Care 40 Red Oaks Care Home 46, 47 Upper Mead 67


Molly the Camper Van



B&I Carpets 56 Carpet Fitting Les Sheeran 60 Selectacarpet 43

CATERING & FARM SHOPS Pannisa Coffee Shop Rushfields Farm Shop Springs Smoked Salmon Swains Farm Shop taste...deli

19 36, 37 10 25 11

Ben Daniels Carpet Cleaning Maids of Sterner Stuff Sussex Oven Cleaning

16 19 57



Henfield Helpline 51 PC Doctor 65

CONSERVATORIES The Conservatory Co.



The Mallards 68


Amanda Wilde 48 Canine Adventures 51


BHW Glass 60 N. Constantine Repairs 58


Bankhouse Gates



Burt Electrical 57 Jeremy Crawley Electrician 58 Paul Barnard 58 Paul McDermott 54


Premier Fencing




64 62

Flydressing 09





Boretech Engineering 32 Braziers Autos 66 Coles Automotive 24 The Forge Garage 32 Mile Oak Servicing 57

Beechcroft Landscapes 58 Hamfelds 32 JD Mowing 49 Martin Standing 50 The Green Reaper 55 Rooted 55 Rushfields 36, 37 Stonepit Nursery 12 Sue McLaughlin Garden Design 17 Sussex Prairies 11 S. Goodridge 50 Wilkinson Cox Garden Design 55

GIFTS, BOOKS, JEWELLERY & ART Little Mouse Boutique Lorimer Photography Michaela Groves Personal Stylist Steyning Bookshop

28 32 04 45

B Muzeen Groundworks



Andy Masters 59 Ladies who Decorate 50 Mark Atkinson 59 Mick Patching 48 Trim Decorating 48 ACT Pest Control Mr Wasp (Gogga Pest Control)

49 50


Adrian Over 58


A. Stenning 59 Aspect Plumbing & Heating 59 Aquatec 56 CJ Plumbing 48 MC Services 57 The Plumbing and Tiling Company 58 PST Plumbing 60


The Cat and Canary 18 Dark Star 03 The Plough 10 The White Hart 06, 27


Administrator position Cleaner position Nanny / mothers’ help position Personal Assistant position

15 11 17 33

GRP Flat Roofing


Optimal Property Services 59 Henfield Homes and Property Maintenance 57 Just Gutters 50

Busy Bees The Dove Nursery Oscar Bears Day Care The Towers Convent School

45 45 45 30

Hamfelds 32

Griffith Smith Farrington Webb

Barbara Dickson Beauty Therapist 33 The Beauty Room at Blackstone 12 Hair and Co 38 Hyatt’s Hair 29 Louisa Jayne Partridge Green 14 Natasha 34, 35 Pinks Hairdressing 14







DB Foot Clinic Emotional Freedom Techniques Henfield Chiropractic Clinic Henfield Podiatry Clinic Sussex Osteopath & CHC The Wilbury Clinic

39 45 42 42 44 20





Barbara Ritchie 56 The Furniture Factory 33


Henfield Leisure Centre Sussex Country Show The Henfield Hall St Barnabas House


61 02 60 31

Beacon Lettings


Lucy Locksmith



Henfield Eye Care


BRAZIERS eld Garage Henfi



Contain Yourself Storage


Henfield Village Cars Personal Car Service

56 50

Aerials and More Bowers and WIlkins

65 65


The Plumbing and Tiling Company



The Green Reaper 55 Jonathan Carter Trees 55 Southern Beeches 54 The Tree Works 54



We Mend Washing Machines



Slimming World 33

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