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November 2018 #148

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NOVEMBER 2018 | Contents


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from the BN5 area

As always, we focus on Remembrance in our November issue. This year is especially important as it is the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. We are proud to have sponsored one of the Royal Local Interest Henfield’s Silent Soldiers British Legion ‘Silent Soldiers’; our Tommy stands at the south end of the village on Borrer’s Bank. There are three other Silent Soldiers in Henfield, as well as others in Small Dole and Woodmancote, see our article on page 26 about this, as well as Local Interest information about Remembrance in the village. St Peter’s new Head Seeing these Silent Soldier silhouettes dotted about our villages and towns over the past few weeks has been thought provoking. Especially Local Interest after a busy day filled with everyday activities, spotting one at the side of the road is a reminder The Memorial Field that the freedom we enjoy came at a huge cost. The peace they sacrificed so much for is something we must cherish and foster. Local Interest Our cover image, taken by Amanda Lucas at last DIstrict Year of Culture year’s Remembrance Parade, is of local man George Swalwell. George is a veteran of WWII and although he will be reaching his own centenary next year, he always joins the parade and lays Charity a wreath at the Henfield War Memorial. George is very active in our village and volunteers as a Henfield Bird Survey steward at the Henfield Museum. George, thank you for your service to your country and to your village, we appreciate all you have done.

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The Unknown Warrior

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Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Mike Morgan, Tracey Prescott, Debbie Colgate, Paula Blake, Lisa Brace, Kevin Wright and Paul Samrah. Cover photograph of George Swalwell at the Henfield 2017 Remembrance Parade taken by Amanda Lucas. Additional artwork by Helen Boosey. BN5 magazine is printed on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper at Gemini Print in Shoreham and is printed using vegetable-based inks.

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What’s on | NOVEMBER 2018 Due to the number of events, many repeating events have been omitted. For a full listing of events, see www.henfieldbn5. co.uk. For the Haven, visit Henfield Haven, Hewitts, BN5 9DT or go to www.impactinitiatives.org.uk/henfield-haven.

Spaces available. Sign up at Cakes, gifts and draw. £1 entry including tea/coffee and warm library or call 01273 493587. mince pie. St Peter’s School

Fireworks Night

Steyning 2 Mile Stroll

Guest Artist Exhibition

Haven 3rd Anniversary

Knit and Natter

Thursday 1 November

St Peter’s Primary School, 6pm Food, drink and glowies from 6, also a tombola. Fireworks at 7pm. Tickets from School, Stokes & Jasmines.

Shoreham Gallery, 10am–5pm Concert (to 30th) Henfield Hall, 6.45-10pm Lara Sparks with her beautiful Supper & Vivace in concert. textile art. Tickets £17.50 inc supper from Henfield Shed Jasmines Florist. Stokes Garage, 10am-12pm (& Steyning Jazz Club every Tues, Weds, Thurs & Fri) Steyning Centre, 8.30–11pm (& henfieldshed.org.uk. every 1st Fri) Nat West Mobile Service Dave Chamberlain Quartet. Henfield Hall Car Park, 10.0511.05am (& every Thurs) Warren Play Group Good For cash deposits, withdrawals, bill payments & account admin. as New Sale Henfield Hall, 10am–11.30am Jazzled Choir Children and baby clothing, toys Corpus Christi Church Hall, 1.30– and equipment. Refreshments 3.30pm (& alt Thurs, term-time) available. All ages and abilities welcome, especially those with memory loss. Cowfold Fireworks Playing Fields, 6pm Art & Crafts Fun family evening - traditional Sobell Court, 2-4pm (every Thurs) firework display & refreshments. Bring any art or craft. All materials provided.

Saturday 3

Monday 5

Open Week

Twineham Fun & Fireworks

Steyning Health Centre for start, 11am (& 20th) 2 mile stroll. All welcome, led by trained volunteers, no need to book. Henfield Library, 2–4pm (& every 1st Tues) Bring knitting, crocheting, quilting etc. Chat and work together.

Open Door Club

PG Methodist Church Hall, 2.30–4pm (& alt Tues) henfieldbn5.co.uk or 01403 711048 for details.

Wednesday 7

How to Avoid being Scammed

Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 10am Talk by PCSO Erica Baxter on how to avoid being defrauded. Hosted by Henfield Computer Club. All welcome.

Henfield Byways

Henfield Library for start, 10am (& 21st) 2-3 miles. No dogs. All welcome, led by trained volunteers, no need to book.

St Peter’s Primary School (till 9th) Short Mat Bowls Roll Up See October BN5 for details. Twineham School, 3– 5.30pm Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm (& every Weds) Tickets from Sayers Common Henfield Table Tennis Community Shop, school or on Free Church Hall, 2-4pm (every Mon) All welcome. the gate. Toddler Group Call 01273 494352. Hurst Village Cinema Fulking Village Hall, 10-11.30am Youth Club (ages 12-17) Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint, 7pm (& every Weds) NT live. Allelujah. New Alan Henfield Youth Club, 6.30-8pm (& Play & sing. Suggested donation £1. Bennett play. For tickets see every Mon, term time) Project night - an opportunity to Carers’ Support Group www.hurstfilms.com. Maidment Court, 10.30am–12pm learn new skills. Gin Tasting (& every 1st Weds) Henfield Badminton Club The George, 8pm Friendly carers’ group for Henfield Hall, 7.30-9.30pm (& information and support. every Mon)

Friday 2

Little Fishes

Tuesday 6

St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (every Dementia Friends Fri) For pre-school children and their Information Session carers. Storytime, songs and Henfield Haven, 9.30-10.30am refreshments. Call Haven to book a place.

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Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm

Wildcats – Girls Football Training

Kings Field, 6–7pm (& every Weds) Sessions open to all primary age girls. Contact Donna 07584 308414.

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

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NOVEMBER 2018 | What’s on Open to all, join us if you enjoy Memory Moments Café singing. Free Church Hall, 2-4pm (& alt Sat) Henfield Lions Club All welcome, especially those George Hotel, 8pm (every 1st Weds) with memory loss. Come & Sing – Fauré’s New members welcome.

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Items and children’s clothes knitted for charity. Donated wool appreciated.

Steyning History Society

Saxon Room, Steyning Centre, 7.45–9.45pm (& every 2nd Weds) Contrasting Sussex Communities. All welcome

St Peter’s Church, 5.30pm (for performance) Rehearsal from 2pm, tea at 4.30. For further details sidonie. Bereavement Support winter@live.co.uk, 01273 493723 Henfield Haven Café, 4.15or henfieldbn5.co.uk. 5.15pm (& every 3rd Thur) St Peter’s Coffee Morning Non-religious group supporting St. Peter’s Church, 10.30–11.30am Remembrance Sunday local people. Contact St Peter’s (& alt months, 2nd Thurs) War Memorial, High Street, 9.15am Church Office 01273 495532. Hurst Village Cinema See article page 27. Poppy Laying Service Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint, Music Session 8pm St. Peter’s Church, 11am The George, 8–11pm (& every Beast (15). For tickets see www. See page 27.. 2nd Sun) Southwater Walk Singers, musicians and audience hurstfilms.com. are all welcome. Southwater Country Park, 11am (& 23rd) Messy Church 2½ miles level, no stiles. No need The Arts Society Steyning Fulking Village Hall, 4.30-6pm (& to book. The Steyning Centre, 10.30am– every 3rd Fri) Ashington Fireworks Crafts, bible stories and delicious 12pm (& every 2nd Mon) Extravaganza The music and life of Johann supper. Call Chris 01273 857322. Ashington Primary, 5.30-7pm Pre-Christmas Quiz Night Sebastian Bach. Contact school or Ashington The Arts Society Henfield Henfield Leisure Centre, 7.30-11pm Pharmacy for tickets or buy on Teams of 6 maximum, £10 incl Henfield Hall, 2.30pm (& every the gate. supper. Tickets Leisure Centre. 2nd Mon) Art & Design of WWI. St Peter’s Church, 7.45pm (& every Weds) New ringers welcome, come along or contact 01273 596485.

Thursday 8

Thursday 15

Sunday 11

Friday 9

Monday 12

Saturday 10 Kick It

Quiz Night

Henfield Youth Club, 9-10am (& The George, 8pm (every 2nd Mon) every Sat, term-time) See our advert. The basics of football for 3–5 year olds.

Steyning/Wiston Walk

Tuesday 13

Cricket Pavilion for start, 9-10.15am Downland dog walk. 2 miles. All welcome, led by trained volunteers, no need to book.

Henfield Conservation Volunteers

Tanyard, Cagefoot Ln, 10am New volunteers most welcome.

The Shed’s Christmas Workshop

Henfield Flower Club

Henfield Hall, 2–4.30pm (& every 2nd Tues) Open Day, Demonstration by Lorena Dyer ‘A Christmas Wish’

Friday 16

Saturday 17

Henfield Arts & Crafts Fayre

Henfield Hall, 10am-4pm Showcasing the talents of local artists, craftsmen, makers and designers.

Henfield Hall Annual Quiz

Henfield History Group

Henfield Hall, 7pm Bar from 7pm, quiz at 8pm. £48 per table (max 8), incl. ploughman’s supper. Call 01273 493365.

HART Pub Quiz

Corpus Christi Church Hall, 7–10.30pm In aid of St Barnabas Hospice.

Free Church Hall, 8pm (& every 2nd Tues) Saxon Sussex. All welcome.

Lions Bingo Night

The White Hart, 8.30pm (alt Tues) Sussex Chorus – Verdi’s In aid of HART (Henfield Area Requiem Stokes Garage, 10am-12pm (& 24th) Response Team). Teams of up to St Bartholomew’s, Ann St, Btn, Make & Buy workshop, see six. Call 01273 492006 to book. 7.30–10pm henfieldshed.org.uk. Together with East Sussex Bach Choir and Sussex Symphony Annual Charities Fair Knit and Natter Orchestra. Tickets ssomusic. Henfield Hall, 10am-1pm Lounge, Rayner Court, 10.30am- co.uk or 01444 412579. See News Item. 12pm (& every 2nd Weds)

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NOVEMBER 2018 | What’s on Discover what we have achieved, 7.15– 9.30pm (& every 4th Tues) plans for 2019 and how you can Rob Wareing, A portrait in pastels. help! Small Dole Tuesday Club

Sunday 18

West Sussex Garden Railway Show

Hurst Village Cinema

Henfield Hall, 10.30am-4pm Fun model railway show. Layouts Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint, 8pm of running trains, including The Boy Downstairs (12A). For Thomas the Tank Engine, can be tickets see www.hurstfilms.com. run by children.

Saturday 24

Community Sunday Lunch British Legion Christmas Henfield Haven, 12.30pm Fair Call 01273 494747 to book.

Tuesday 20

St Barnabas Outreach

Henfield Hall Car Park, 10am-2pm Information and support for patients and their families.

Hurst Village Cinema

Small Dole Village Hall, 7.30pm (& every 4th Tues) Messing about in boats. Conservation of the Wey and Arun Canal. All welcome.

Wednesday 28

Partridge Green Walk

Cowfold Village Hall, 10am-12pm PG Village Hall for start, 10am Organised by British Legion 6½ miles, no dogs. Ladies. Please come along. Henfield Parkinson’s Café

Sunday 25

Henfield Conservation Volunteers

Henfield Haven Café, 10.30am– 12pm (& every last Weds) Friendly meeting for people with Parkinson’s and their carers.

Tanyard, Cagefoot Ln, 10am Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint, 7pm New volunteers most welcome. NT live. The Madness of George Christmas Fair London Coach Trip III. www.hurstfilms.com. Dogs Trust, Shoreham, 11am-2pm Henfield Post Office, 8.45am Mobile Cinema Lots of festive fun. Stalls selling See News Item. lovely items for both dogs and Henfield Hall, 7.30pm Shipley History Society humans. Christopher Robin (PG) Andrew Hall, Shipley, 7.30pm Hurst Village Cinema AGM & Christmas entertainment Players Theatre, Hurstpierpoint, 8pm with festive fayre. Woodmancote & Henfield WI Journey’s End (PG). For tickets see www.hurstfilms.com. Henfield Hall, 2.15pm (& every 3rd Weds) Rushfields Christmas Monday 26 Evening Sugar Modelling, Christmas ideas. Citizens Advice Bureau Henfield Medical Centre, 10am– Rushfields, 4-8pm See Advert. 1pm (& every 4th Mon)

Thursday 29

Wednesday 21

Friday 30

Thursday 22

Turkey & Tipple

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Garden Room, Henfield Hall,12-2pm Drop-in 10-10.30am, booked appointments 10.30am-1pm. Organised by Henfield Arthritis Fundraisers. Tickets £8 from Festival of Garden & Arts Wurlitzer Organ Concert 01273 494335. Henfield Haven, 8pm Singing Hillis Golf Course, Meeting. See News Item. 3-5.30pm 20 Years of Henfield Music from the musicals, shows, Birdwatch films, big band era and more. Henfield Art Club Tickets £10, call 01903 817116. Henfield Hall, 7.30pm Garden Room, Henfield Hall,

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Tuesday 27

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NEW PARSONAGE TRACK The new Parsonage Track, resurfaced and widened to improve the route between Deer Park, St Peter’s School, the Leisure and other local amenities is now open. Malcolm Eastwood, Chairman of the Parish Council said “I would like to thank local residents for their patience whilst we have been completing these works. I am sure that everyone using it will enjoy a significant improvement in their journey whether on foot, by scooter or on their bicycles. This marks the completion of this first phase of the planned improvements in this area. We expect to complete the rest scheme by the end of October 2018.” Malcolm Eastwood

BP GUILD JUMBLE SALE The ever popular BP Guild Jumble Sale and Auction is on Saturday 17 December at the Henfield Hall. Doors open at 2pm. Please support us by donating good quality jumble and by coming along on the day. Proceeds are ploughed back into the village. If you have any jumble you wish to deliver or you have any large items you wish us to collect contact Tony on 01273 492172 or if you have any jumble you wish to deliver to us contact Eddie on 01273 493227. Kenneth McIntosh

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Fritz, the Big Issue vendor who has a pitch outside Budgens in Henfield High Street, would like to thank all her local customers for their support over the past months. She will continue to sell the Big Issue from 8am-5.30pm Tuesday-Saturday and is there every week. The Big Issue is a weekly publication, Fritz buys her stock on a Monday morning and sells the magazines throughout the week. Many local people have become regular customers and she’s very grateful for their support. Fritz said; “I have been sleeping rough for 18 years and it’s great to have The Big Issue to sell, my motto is ‘perseverance leads to success’ and I now have lots of customers returning each week, the Big Issue is a really good read.” Fritz had a Big Issue pitch in Brighton where she was known as ‘Happy Homeless’ – she wants to say a big thank you to everyone for supporting her, by buying The Big Issue and keeping her happy! Editor

ALBION SHIRT RAISES FUNDS FOR HFC YOUTH TEAMS The Brighton and Hove Albion shirt auctioned in September and viewed at the Memorial Field opening was won by an avid Albion fan who bid £1,150, all going to Henfield Football Club youth teams. The shirt, which had been signed by the premiership promoted squad, manager and team, was generously donated by a local person who had originally bid for it in another fundraising auction. Representing Henfield FC Youth Teams, Bek Seager said; “The Club would like to say a huge thank you to our generous benefactor, for donating the shirt and running the auction. The money will be very well spent and will help us to encourage even more young people to enjoy football in the village.” Editor

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NOVEMBER 2018 | News Henfield u15’s. He also plays for Brighton Elite and receives coaching by Owen Fisher, BHAFC coach and whilst training at the Amex training ground in Lancing. Jane Manderson, Conor’s grandmother, said; “Conor displays huge potential and is an extremely hard worker, passionate about football with rugby coming closely behind. I am extremely proud of him, he has followed his dream and never allowed anything or anyone to deter him from it.” Congratulations Conor, we look forward to hearing more about your successes in future. Editor


COMMONS LOCATION MAP A map has been produced by the Museum Friends showing the location of each of the Henfield Commons: Oreham Common, Broadmere Common and Henfield Common, together with the Hundred Steddle Waste. The map is intended to accompany the book ‘A Tour of our Commons’ which is still on sale from the Henfield Museum at £7. If you have an early copy of the book without the map, call into the museum when it is open (six days each week at The Henfield Hall) and pick up a copy - it is free of charge.

Henfield FC U15s player Conor Manderson made his international debut representing Northern Ireland U16s as goal keeper in a full match against Finland on Thursday 20 September in Dungannon. It was a tough game which looked to be a draw until a late goal from NI sealed a 2:1 win. He really enjoyed his first international and has now been selected to go to Estonia with the squad. Conor is 14 and currently a year 10 pupil at Cardinal Newman in Hove. He is goal keeper Peter Bates for several teams in Sussex and Kent including

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News | NOVEMBER 2018 many other ministers are unable to achieve.” Revd Paul said “Thank you to Richard for nominating me, to Jan for being there when I’ve taken a difficult funeral service and being the best wife in the world, to all the Funeral Directors I’ve worked with, (especially Karen and Nick Jordan of Henfield Funeral Services, and Aaran Morriss formerly of Attree and Kent, Hove) and to Sandra Millar, Head of Life Events for the Church of England for coming to support me and all us Vicars who walk with the bereaved.” Helen Boosey, Editor, Henfield, Shermanbury and Woodmancote Parish Magazine

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REVD. PAUL DOICK VOTED ‘MINISTER OF THE YEAR’ Our very own Revd Paul Doick from St Peter’s Church in Henfield was voted Minister of the Year at the Good Funeral Awards held in Bournemouth on 15 September. He was nominated for the award by Richard Whittle of Bungard Funeral Directors in Hove who said; “Paul is held in great esteem. He has undertaken many services for us in Brighton and Hove since he has been Vicar of Henfield. I WEAR IT FESTIVE particularly like Paul’s calm and steady approach to the funerals he assists with. He has always been St Barnabas House hospice is encouraging local a reliable and safe pair of hands. Paul also can people like you to ‘Wear it Festive’ this Christmas include a human element to a religious service that to help raise funds for the vital hospice care services it provides. The Worthing-based hospice cares for adults with advanced progressive lifelimiting conditions across the Worthing, Adur, Arun Celebrate the festive and Henfield areas, both at the hospice and in the season at the Fox local community. Warm welcome. From simple seasonal socks to outrageous festive Book a table to secure your frocks, you can take part whether at work, home or seats. Full Menu Available. school, and get together with friends of colleagues to hold a fundraising event. You can either Wear it Festive on Friday 14 December 2018 or pick your own date. Get in touch for your free Wear it Festive fundraising pack full of ideas! Register at www.stbh.org.uk/wearitfestive or contact the St Barnabas House Fundraising Team on 01903 254777 or fundraising@stbh.org.uk Sam Skilton Starting Saturday 1 Dec - Sunday 30 Dec excluding 25 Dec Open Wed 26 Dec lunchtime only

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SALLY MEETS THE HENFIELD JOGGERS… 22 YEARS AGO! Olympian Sally Gunnell attended the opening of the Memorial Field on 16 September and Joanne Boorsma, who lives in Henfield, sent us a fantastic photograph of a previous occasion when Sally had visited and supported the village. Joanne said; “Sally kindly came to a fund raiser function at Henfield Leisure Centre that I organised in 1996! She met with Henfield Joggers who were fresh back from completing the New York Marathon, and also had a tour of the Henfield Leisure Centre. The photograph above shows Sally with Brenda Essex, Alan Tomlin, Brian Bracey, Rosie Sayers, Peter Besson, Adrian Hearne, Ian Essex, Brian Griffiths, Jackie Griffiths, Sid Wells, John Scott and Trevor Hodgson, who were all active members of the Joggers. The Joggers were all delighted to meet with Sally who was very impressed with the amount of Henfield Joggers taking part in the New York Marathon.” Editor

Talented craftspeople will be showcasing at the Henfield Hall for the annual Henfield Arts & Crafts Fayre which takes place at the Henfield Hall on Saturday 17 November from 10am-3pm. The Arts and Crafts Fayre supports the charity HART which provides emergency medical support to Henfield people. Our previous donations have allowed the purchase of one defibrillator. Now in its 10th year, the Fayre is a great place to go for unique, handcrafted gifts and commissions will be taken by some exhibitors. There is something for everyone and every budget, ranging from simple, fun and pretty to stylish accessories and unique artwork for you, your family, home and garden. Admission is free and parking is available at a small charge or free with a parking permit. A selection of hot drinks and fabulous homemade cakes will be on sale and a raffle will run throughout the day and prizes will be from a selection of the crafts on sale. The organisers, Julie Mitchell, Tracy Smyth and Zoe Boniface, look forward to welcoming new visitors along with the regular long term supporters. Visit www.henfieldartsandcrafts.co.uk for more details. Julie Mitchell

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HFC PLAYERS WANTED Henfield U11s and U14s football teams are both looking for new players. The U11s train on a Thursday night 6.30-7.30pm at the Rothery Field and Henfield U14 train on a Wednesday night 7-8.30pm. If you are interested please contact Richard Searles on 07789 716994 for the U11’s and Dick Hill on 07733 113946 for the U14’s. Richard Searles

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HENFIELD MEMORIAL FIELD: THE FIRST GAME ON THE NEW PITCH Weekends at this time of year normally involve an air of anticipation and excitement in our household due to my being head honcho of Henfield FC U15s squad. Saturday 15 September brought even more anticipation and excitement than normal as Henfield U15s had been bestowed the privilege of hosting the first match on the ‘new’ heavily invested Memorial Field. Not only that, but by coincidence the fixture was to be against local arch rivals Steyning in a Horsham & District League Division One clash. There could hardly have been a more fitting fixture to mark the reopening of the

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Memorial Field - just as long as Henfield turned out to be the victors that is! So the scene was set on the beautiful surroundings of the Common with the new pitches immaculately resplendent with a special stripey cut. Both teams exchanged handshakes like they were armwrestling one-another and scowled welcoming ‘good luck’ wishes as-if being forced at gunpoint. The pre-start team-talk delivered by both camps wasn’t too elaborate: “Don’t lose!” First blood to Henfield (penalty) and second blood to Henfield, following which Steyning built a head of steam and deservedly earned a goal back shortly before half-time via an excellently taken free-kick. In the second-half, Henfield came out, teeth showing and went for the jugular, scoring a decisive third goal from which there was to be no coming back for their noisy neighbours. It was a great game to watch with Henfield ultimately ensuring that there was to be no rain on the parade. Andy Smith

CHRISTMAS STARTS HERE! The Friends of St Barnabas are promoting a charity concert entitled ‘Christmas Starts Here!’ on Thursday 6 December, at 7pm in the Henfield Hall. This concert is an annual showpiece of Henfield’s musical talent in support of the wonderful work of St. Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House in their palliative care of adults and children with lifelimiting illnesses. Top of the bill is local Royal Opera singer Sidonie Winter, supported by local band Brass Fusion who will be accompanying the community carols. There will be contributions from the Bothy Singers and other local soloists. As in previous years there will be contributions from the local clergy. The Friends of St Barnabas will be serving mulled wine and mince pies during the interval. Seating is reserved, priced at £8 (under 16’s free), and can be purchased from Stevens, High Street, Henfield from Monday 12 November. Nigel Stevens

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NOVEMBER 2018 | News LONDON COACH TRIP A reminder that the last London coach trip of 2018 will take place on 29 November, just in time for early Christmas shopping. The coach will leave Henfield at 8.45am and return from London at 6pm. A few coach return tickets are still available at £17.50. If you are interested contact Gill on 07713 161343 for more information. Christine Harris

THE HAVEN CHRISTMAS QUIZ 2019 DOWNLAND CALENDAR Back by popular demand, a 2019 Downland Calendar showcasing the beauty of the South Downs has been put together by villagers from Fulking, to raise funds to maintain their Village Hall. This beautiful calendar is the result of a process which began in April, when a team of villagers put out a request for residents to send in their favourite photos of the area. The response was again astonishing; the team received hundreds of stunning images showing landscapes, wildlife and village scenes from right across the South Downs. Selection was extremely hard, but the images were chosen to appeal as widely as possible. Bob Rowland, Chair of Fulking Social Committee, said: “The Calendar has been produced to an incredibly high professional standard. It is fantastic value at just £7”. Supplied shrink-wrapped, the Downland Calendar 2019 makes an ideal Christmas gift for friends and family, so buy yours now while stocks last - the first print run of the 2017 calendar sold out even before the official launch! The Calendar will be on sale at Rushfields Plant Centre in Poynings, The Shepherd & Dog Pub in Fulking, Stokes Newsagents in Henfield, Swains Farm Shop in Woodmancote and Springs Smoked Salmon in Edburton. Further information from Jen Green jengreenuk@yahoo.co.uk or 01273 857552. Richard Rawlings

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HENFIELD GIRL’S FOOTBALL Henfield FC are delighted to have been selected as a centre for a new FA initiative to encourage more girls between the ages of 5 and 11 to play football. The SSE Wildcats is run in conjunction with the Sussex FA and offers training sessions with qualified coaches every Wednesday from 6-7.30pm on the Rothery Field, Nep Town Road. The sessions are open to girls of all abilities and provide a safe environment to learn new skills, have fun, make friends and hopefully develop a love for the game. To find out more contact Donna Copsey, HFC Girls Manager, on 07584 308414 or henfieldssewildcats@gmail.com Agnieszka Kwiatkowska

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You know that feeling when you’ve found the perfect gift? Something that’s just right for the person; charming, original and yet doesn’t break the bank. But where do you go to find these elusive items? The Steyning Arts at Christmas fair is a great place to start. Work from 26 local artists will be on sale at the Steyning Centre on Saturday 1 December from 10am-4pm. There will be beautiful handmade cards and delicate ceramic bowls and vases, alongside delightful stained glass ornaments and other Christmas tree decorations. Or perhaps you’ll be tempted by some of the unique hand-crafted jewellery on offer, or an original painting or print. There will also be exquisite paper-cuts and textile work to choose from, fine walking sticks and more. There will be tea and cakes on sale in aid of Steyning Area First Responders (SAFeR). So why not take the pain out of Christmas shopping and come along and see what gems you can discover. Steyning Arts at Christmas is the antidote to the High Street crowds and the Amazon jungle. You could even cheat and buy something for yourself! For more information see www.steyningarts.co.uk Caroline Darke

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NOVEMBER 2018 | News NEW SUPPORT SERVICE FOR COUPLES AFFECTED BY STROKE A stroke can have a devastating impact on not only the person who has suffered it but also on their partner. The Phoenix Stroke Club is launching an unique service called ‘New Beginnings’ to help couples live better together following a stroke. At the course couples are given a topic to discuss or an activity to complete together at home. The sessions are led by Gail Midworth–Dodds, a speech therapist who brings over twenty years’ experience. Emma Osman © BN5 magazine The next course starts in autumn and to express an interest in joining this call 01403 268130 or email at ST PETERS HOST THEIR ANNUAL manager.phoenix@btinternet.com. The course runs HARVEST TEA fortnightly with a total of six sessions and costs On Friday 5 October the Year 6 children at St Peter’s £60. Visit www.phoenixstrokeclub.org.uk Primary School hosted their annual Harvest Tea. Sarah Boult The children had written formal letters of invitation to all the local elderly residents and delivered them by hand the previous week. As well as a generous amount of homemade cakes brought in from home, a fantastic afternoon of entertainment was provided for the visitors which included singing, Swing dancing, a comedy act and a raffle. The children brought along their model air raid shelters and other topic work to share with their visitors and in return asked them about their experiences of World War Two. It was a very enjoyable afternoon for everyone involved. Miss Foster

GARDENS & ARTS FESTIVAL 2019 The Henfield Gardens and Arts organising group would like to invite you to our annual Review and Sign Up Event. This will be held at The Haven, Hewitts, Henfield BN5 9DT on Monday 26th November, 7.30pm. The evening will be an opportunity for the 2018 garden openers, our community venues and any other interested parties to get together and catch up on the latest news about the Festival. It is also an opportunity to come along and meet the organising group and gain an insight into the event. The Henfield Festival of Gardens and Arts will be taking place on Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th June 2019 and it will be our 20th year of organising this community event. We will be updating the website with the application forms, we hope you will be inspired to join in. www.henfieldgardensandarts.net Over the years we have supported many local charities from the generous donations made by our visitors. The Festival is entirely self -funding and we are very grateful for the continued support. If you have photographs or memorabilia from previous festivals please can you get in touch with Suzanne, our secretary, as we hope to put up a small display as part of the Festival. Kenneth McIntosh, Chairman

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1968 PRAM RACE This photo shows two of the contestants in the 1968 Pram Race nearing the finish outside George Banfield’s grocers shop in Church Street. The Henfield Museum has a number of photos of the pram race, but few of the people involved have been identified. Can anyone help us identify who these two young men are? Alan Barwick, Henfield Museum

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News | NOVEMBER 2018 roof constructed over the Hall but this has leaked from the beginning. The Hall trustees have now exhausted all approaches short of taking legal action and we are assessing whether we should pursue this route which could prove risky and costly. Whatever the outcome, the costs of the Hall refurbishment are likely to be high and we are looking for any available grants and funds to get the money required. The Henfield Hall Quiz night will take place on Saturday 17 November where a table for 8 still costs just £48 and includes an excellent ploughman’s supper. Profits and generous donations from the final event for the Gardens and Arts 2018 weekend to just over £1,000. In 2019 we hope to be HENFIELD JOGGERS THREE PEAKS came involved in as many village events as possible and CHALLENGE hope Henfield residents and visitors continue to be Back in June two teams from Henfield Joggers very generous to help us reach our target which completed the Firefighters Three Peaks Challenge could be as high as £100,000! by climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and finally Diane Fuell Mount Snowdon within 24 hours. This was a great achievement in itself and one that every person WASTE RECYCLING SITES involved will cherish for many years. However CHANGE TO OPENING HOURS the real achievement was raising over £4,000 for St Barnabas House Hospice. Thanks go to From 1 October, winter opening hours at all 11 everyone who supported this terrific event, from Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) in cakemakers, tea sellers, cooks, drivers, all the West Sussex will come into effect. The opening sponsors and of course not forgetting the souls hours for all sites will be 9am until 4pm and times who actually had to walk up three mountains! will be in place until 31 March 2019. Thank you all – you made a difference There will be changes to the days some sites are open. Burgess Hill, Chichester, Worthing, and Crawley will Paul Crowe open for six days a week during the winter months. THE HENFIELD HALL Chichester will close on Tuesdays and Burgess Hill, RENOVATION UPDATE Worthing, and Crawley will close on Thursdays. Phase two of the Henfield Hall refurbishment is Deborah Urquhart, West Sussex County Council now complete and the Garden Room looks light, Cabinet Member for Environment, said: “The bright and modern. The cost was about £17,000 changes are based around the demand for services and we are very grateful to everyone who has made at different times of the year. Reducing opening hours during the quieter winter allows us to keep donations and volunteered their time and labour. We are now faced with the major task to bring the sites open for longer in the summer months when appearance and functionality of the main Wittome demand is at its highest.” Further information on Hall, to the high standard the village deserves. Household Waste Recycling Sites can be found at As Hall users are aware, a big investment was www.recycleforwestsussex.org made some years ago to have a new pitched Philippa Terry-Eld, West Sussex County Council


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NOVEMBER 2018 | News including: children aged 2 to 3, and those in the school vaccination programme, pregnant women, adults and children with underlying health conditions (especially heart and respiratory disease) and carers. If you are eligible for your free flu jab, please contact your local GP surgery or participating pharmacy to get more information and book yourself an appointment. Jackie Hoare, West Sussex County Council

URGENT APPEAL FOR CAR DONATIONS FROM FIREFIGHTERS FLU – GET VACCINATED! A more effective vaccine for the over 65s is being offered this winter in a bid to keep the viral infection at bay. As older people can have weakened immune systems, they are at higher risk of suffering serious symptoms of the flu that can be life threatening. The new vaccine could see 30,000 fewer people require an appointment with their GP, as well as 2,000 fewer admissions to hospital. Ultimately this is expected to save more than 700 lives this winter. As well as those over the age of 65, the flu vaccine is also available free to those in groups at particular risk of infection and complications,



West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is urgently appealing for more car donations to assist firefighters with their training. The cars allow crews to practice their training and development to deal with road traffic collisions. They cut the vehicles open to carry out rescue operations, and it is crucial they have all the skills and knowledge they need. Debbie Kennard, Cabinet Member for Safer, Stronger Communities said: “If you have a car that has failed an MOT or you just don’t need any more, please donate it to the fire service.” Anyone wishing to donate their car can call 01243 752448, or email frsmedia@westsussex.gov.uk with your name, contact number, make and model of the vehicle, and full address. The service can then arrange for the team at Autocovery to collect the vehicle. Jamie Crow

KINDERSLEY CHARITABLE TRUST An invitation was made in the July issue of BN5 magazine to charities, societies or organisations to make applications to Kindersley Trust for assistance towards specific projects or needs. This is a reminder that Friday 16 November is the date by which written applications giving details of the project or need should be sent to the Chairman, Kindersley Trust, c/o Griffith Smith LLP of Croft House, High Street, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9DJ. David Williams

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News | NOVEMBER 2018 and Scandinavia. They are members of the Thrush family and the Redwing looks very much like a Song Thrush but with a white eye stripe and has rusty red under the wings and on its side which you can see when it is perched. The Fieldfare is a bigger bird with a grey head and rump. They will have come over to feast on our winter berries and you can usually see them on the Downslink moving through the bushes and trees. They will also visit your garden as and when the berries are finished and love eating apples left out on the lawn. If you are feeding birds in your garden this winter remember to keep the feeding stations and water troughs clean. If it becomes very cold it is a good BN5 BIRDS idea to empty out the water late afternoon before While looking out at the garden and watching a it freezes so you can put fresh water out the next marauding flock of Blue, Great and Longtailed Tits day for the birds to drink. fly through, we noticed this Blackbird by our pond. Debbie Colgate It looks like I do when I attempt decorating! We’ve now seen it a few times and it seems to like rooting around under one of our buddleias. It particularly dislikes Great Tits – running or flying at them and scaring them off but not bothering with other small birds. This morning a hen Blackbird was feeding with it so we hope that it will go on to breed despite being a bit odd. By the time you read this Redwings and Fieldfares will have arrived from northern and eastern Europe Emma Osman © BN5 magazine

WWII GUN EMPLACEMENT REMNANTS FOUND IN GARDEN Henfield resident and keen gardener June Jenkins, who lives at Challens on Henfield High Street, uncovered an interesting find in her back garden when she was renovating her lawn. Initially she believed that she’d uncovered a well, until the keyhole-shaped brickwork emerged in the shape of a gun emplacement. After contacting Stewart Angel from the Sussex Military History Group, it appears that the

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CHARITIES CHRISTMAS FAIR The annual Charities Christmas Fair takes place on Saturday 10 November in the Henfield Hall between 10am-1pm. Entry is just 50p and you will find everything you need for some early Christmas shopping. You will be supporting nearly 40 charities in one venue, including local Churches and Hospices, the RNLI and NSPCC as well as many Henfield charities including Henfield Birdwatch, Henfield Self Help, the Friends of Henfield Medical Centre and not forgetting the Henfield Hall itself. Various animal charities will also be represented including the RSPCA, Sussex Pet Rescue, Guide Dogs for the Blind and the Safe Haven for Donkeys. There will be a wide range of gifts, Christmas cards, books, toys and jewellery. You will be spoilt for choice with the wide range of cakes, chocolates, pastries and home-made preserves. The giant raffle run by the Friends of St. Giles at Shermanbury will once again be present. When you need a break from shopping why not try some of the delicious refreshments available and don’t forget to try the famous bacon butties. Margaret Hollingsworth

BUS STOP IMPROVEMENT IN SHERMANBURY Shermanbury parish council is delighted that its campaign to get the much needed improvements to the bus stop on the north side of the A281, near Shermanbury Grange, carried out. West Sussex County Council commissioned the work to install a shelter which means the ditch behind the bus stop will no longer be a hazard. Work started in late September and should be completed by mid October. Paul Lightburn, Shermanbury Parish Council

OLIVIA PUGH We wrote an article in October BN5 about Walk for Olivia in aid of the Brain Tumour Charity, and from this you will be aware that Olivia Pugh, owner of Hamfelds Home and Garden in Henfield High Street, was fighting an aggressive brain tumour. We are incredibly sad to say that Olivia passed away on Thursday 4th October at St Barnabas Hospice. The Walk for Olivia will continue, in her memory, on Sunday 21 October. By the time this article is published the walk will be completed. Our very deepest condolences to Olivia’s two girls Chenoa and Phoenix, her family, Chris, her friends and the staff at Hamfelds Home and Garden. Olivia was an inspiration, we have lost a friend who did so much for this village - all achieved with her enormous energy and dazzling smile. The High Street won’t be the same without her, we will miss seeing her putting the plants and flowers outside Hamfelds in her beautiful high heels. We would like to thank all the incredibly generous Henfield residents and local businesses who have supported the walk, donated money and are contributing to make the walk a success in Olivia’s memory. It is very much appreciated. www.justgiving.com/fundraising/walking-for-olivia Emma Osman

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enfield is proudly displaying four silent soldier silhouettes around the village as a reminder of the sacrifices made during the First World War. The silhouettes are part of a wider Royal British Legion movement to say ‘thank you’ to the First World War generation who served, sacrificed, rebuilt and changed the nation. The near life-size silhouettes can be found at the end of Furners Lane at the north of the village, at the junction of Nep Town Road at Borrer’s Bank at the south end of the village, at the War Memorial at the end of Cagefoot Lane and on Cooper’s Way. They have been generously sponsored by BFS (trading as Be Financial Secure), BN5 Magazine, The Henfield Club and Henfield Parish Council. In addition to the iconic images of a ‘British Tommy’ that can be seen around Henfield, the RBL movement also has symbols of other significant communities that took part in WW1. Other images

from the movement commemorate those who gave medical support, soldiers from across the commonwealth, RAF/RFC, Navy and munition factory workers. Inevitably, everyone alive today is touched in some way by WW1 and those who lived through it. WW1 wasn’t just fought in the trenches in western Europe: It was also fought across the world – in Asia, Africa and beyond – and at also at home. The war was also the catalyst for many extraordinary innovations: Air traffic control, portable x-rays, sun lamps, zips, tissues and tea bags are just some of the non-military inventions which we take for granted every day. So, in this the 100th anniversary year since the end of the First World War, take a moment to reflect on those who sacrificed their lives, those who served their country and those who changed our nation. Sarah Butler

The Royal British Legion, which was first established in 1921, helps members of the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, veterans and their families all year round. Their work, from providing information, support and advice to running care homes and break centres is all dependent on fundraising. They are best known for their annual Poppy Appeal which raises about half of the funds needed for their welfare work every year. Last year the Poppy Appeal raised over £46m nationally of which Henfield contributed a fantastic £8,005. Please look out for the Poppy Appeal collectors this year and give generously.

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Remembrance is part of modern British life, culture and heritage and it has become an important feature of the Henfield annual calendar. This year, the village remembrance events will take place on Friday 9 November and Sunday 11 November.

Children from St Peter’s School will attend a service in St Peter’s Parish Church starting at 11am led by the Revd. Paul Doick, during which the eulogies for the fallen will be read out. At around 11.30am, 11 children will go to the Cemetery to lay the poppies on graves of those buried there and the service will finish around 12pm. All members of the public are welcome.

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The Remembrance Sunday Parade will muster at the War Memorial in Cagefoot Lane at 9.10am to move off at 9.20am. The parade will go via High Street, Church Street and Church Lane to arrive at St Peter’s Parish Church for the service which will commence at 9.45am. We would respectfully remind parents, relatives and carers of children taking part in the Parade that they are most welcome to walk at the rear of the Parade or to watch from the pavement, but please do not walk alongside your children while they are marching. At approximately 10.35am the Parade will return by the same route to the War Memorial at Cagefoot Lane to arrive for the Service there at 10.50am. This will include reading of the names of the fallen, a two-minute silence at 11am, the singing of the National Anthem, laying of wreaths and another hymn and prayers led by the four Henfield Churches. The High Street, Church Street and Church Lane will be closed from 9.15am–9.30am and then from 10.30am to 11.30am (there will be access at all times for emergency vehicles).

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n a warm and sunny afternoon in October, I visited St Peter’s C of E Primary School to meet with Mrs Denise Maurice, headteacher at the school since September 2018. What inspired you to get into teaching? I originally wanted to join the Police Force, but after spending an exchange year in the USA I changed my mind. The mum of my host family was a teacher and after spending time helping her in her classroom, I realised that teaching was really where my real passion lay. I was very lucky to have been given lots of fantastic opportunities whilst I was at school and I love being able to give the children I teach similar opportunities. How did you end up at St Peter’s? After my stay in the USA, I returned to the UK and did my teacher training in the Lake District, majoring in Geography and Physical Education. My first teaching position was at Brockham Primary for five years, before moving to Hurstpierpoint where I was Director of Studies. I then became the Assistant Head at Northolmes Junior School in Horsham, before moving on to Barns Green Primary School. Immediately prior to this appointment I was seconded to Springfield Infants School in Worthing. St Peter’s is my first headship.

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rowds of Henfield residents and visitors flocked to Henfield Common on Sunday 16 September for the rededication of the Memorial Field and to enjoy a festival of sport, food and music in celebration of the newly re-laid sports pitches. The field was re-dedicated by Revd. Paul Doick with Malcolm Eastwood, Chairman of Henfield Parish Council, leading the ceremony. Cllr Mike Morgan (on behalf of the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal) read the names of all the Henfield men who lost their lives in conflicts. The Union Flag covering the stone was unveiled once again, as it had been in 1950. Two schoolchildren from St Peter’s CE Primary School, Lola George and William Clark helped to lift the Union Flag to unveil the stone, alongside Annette Parsons, who unveiled the newly-laid stone back in 1950 with Peter Collins. Peter has since passed away and his brother, Pat, took the honour in his place. The last post and Reveille sounded and the Standard was lowered as Henfield once again paid their respects with a minutes silence. After the formalities, the fun began! The sun was shining as children enjoyed games on the field, with traditional sack and egg & spoon races from Henfield Guides and Matt at Get Fit. Football skills and the Beat the Goalie zone organised by Henfield Football Club tested local players skills to their limits and a mystery trail through the woods organised by Henfield Joggers bamboozled competitors. Diamond Cricket was being displayed and taught by members of Henfield Cricket Club colts. 3 2 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

Olympian Sally Gunnell took a tour of the memorial field to see the various sports and enjoyed chatting to the clubs and groups, especially Henfield Joggers who reminisced about when Sally last met the members after the New York Marathon, back in 1996! Later she was interviewed by Paul Samrah, who spoke to Sally about her motivations and how she reached the top of her discipline with Olympic Gold in Barcelona 1992 as well as World, Commonwealth and European titles. Malcolm Eastwood presented Sally with a bouquet of flowers. Crowds enjoyed street food and drink from various local suppliers, stalls and vendors as well as a barbie from the Free Church volunteers and tea and cake from Wild Violets WI. Henfield Cricket Club bar was kept incredibly busy all afternoon. As the sun went down on a perfect village afternoon we were played out by local band Sonic Deluxe. Enormous thanks go to Henfield Parish Council, not only for instigating a fantastic community day but for the months of hard work to create the perfect new playing field for the village. Thanks also to volunteers from Henfield Community Partnership who organised the Street Food festival and other logistics of the day, this was a group effort which showed what can be achieved when local clubs and groups work together, including Henfield Cricket Club, Henfield Football Club, Henfield Guides, Henfield Joggers, Henfield Lions, HART, Henfield Wild Violets, Henfield Free Church and St Peter’s Church. Thanks also to the event’s generous sponsors, Henfield Community Partnership and Stoba Group UK. Emma Osman

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NOVEMBER 2018 | Local interest HIDDEN GEMS – members of the public voted on their hidden gems of the district, resulting in 12 places that will be celebrated during 2019. The 12 gems are – The Blue Idol, Coldwaltham Yew, Cobblestone Walk in Steyning, Chesworth Farm, Kithurst Hill, Knepp Castle, Motte and Bailey North Horsham, Warnham Nature Reserve, Woods Mill Henfield, Pulborough Brooks, South Downs Link and Sumners Pond. A calendar of the gems is on sale now at various places across the district including Horsham Museum and Steyning Bookshop. FUNDED GRANTS – out of 150 expressions of interest, 38 projects were given funding by Horsham District Council. Projects include the first ever Horsham Film Festival, with the final taking place in February; Sussex Comedian of the Year; the District Schools Dance Festival returning to Horsham; Little Notes Lullaby Lounge; promenade theatre in Bramber with a Norman’s Tale; St Cuthman’s Wheelbarrow Race in Steyning; a ukulele festival in Ashington and MANY more! To see the full list visit www.hdculture2019.co.uk EVENTS ONLINE – so far 120 events have been added to the online events diary, accessed via w w w. h d c u l t u r e 2 0 1 9 . c o . u k including 100 Year of Culture Fringe events. The events diary is THE way of finding out what’s happening and when across the whole Year of Culture. Anyone can add their event to the online programme, following a few easy steps. PAGE PROGRAMME – the Year of Culture programme covering January to June 2019 is available now. The programme, which includes features on some of the Year of Culture projects, events listings and plenty of information on culture in the district, is available to be picked up for free from many locations in the district, including all libraries, Horsham Museum, The Capitol, Steyning Bookshop and more. The next programme covering July-December 2019 will be out in May 2019.

GRUFFALO – the Year of Culture is celebrating the project’s patron and resident of Steyning, Julia Donaldson MBE, with a worldwide endeavour. Twenty Gruffalo toys will be sent off in January 2019 with a few rules attached ‘Take a photo with me, upload to @GlobalGruffalo via Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, give me to someone else to do the same’. The aim is to see how far and wide these toys will go but there’s a catch, they need to be home by December 2019 so they can be in an exhibition at Leonardslee for 2020. See www.globalgruffalo.co.uk for more information on the project or follow on social media. LARGE EVENTS – the Year of Culture aspires to bring innovative, exciting and new things to the district during 2019. To fulfil these aims, five big projects have been organised and are in development. Details are being released soon, but we can say there’ll be open air theatre at an exciting location, an immersive art experience at Leonardslee and projections across the district… more information to come! COMMISSIONED PAINTINGS – the Year of Culture has commissioned renowned local artist Sarah Duffield to create four paintings which are reflective of the district. The public was invited to nominate places they felt were worth painting and the final four locations Sarah decided upon are to be revealed soon. During 2019 there will be opportunities to join Sarah at workshops at the locations and develop your own artistic skills. The paintings will be exhibited late 2019, with prints available to buy. See Facebook for more information on events www.facebook.com/hdculture2019 FREE ARTSMARK SCHOOLS – due to sponsorship from Christ’s Hospital School, 20 primary schools in the district have the opportunity to have the £500 fee for signing up to Artsmark, a creative quality standard for schools, accredited by Arts Council England to be paid for them. Any schools after the 20 signed up will have half the fee paid. Artsmark provides a clear framework for teachers to plan, develop and evaluate arts, culture and creativity across the curriculum.

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES – there will NEWSLETTER – keep up to date with the latest be something cultural happening developments and project announcements somewhere in the district EVERY by signing up to the newsletter via weekend of 2019. The 52 could be www.hdculture2019.co.uk something added to an event already taking place, such as performance theatre, or something brand 3 social media – follow the Year of Culture on Twitter new, like a series of talks at the Capitol. Acts will @HDculture2019, Instagram @HDculture2019 and be varied, unusual and exciting. Keep an eye out on Facebook, facebook.com/HDculture2019 for the 52 logo to find out what’s happening. LISA BRACE, Horsham District Council

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irds are amazing creatures. Not only are they prime indicators of our natural world, but they also enrich our outdoor lives with sound and colour. Here at Henfield Birdwatch we have been monitoring the health and population of the birds in and around Henfield since 1999 and next year we need your help! The 2019 Henfield Garden Bird Survey is your opportunity to help us gather information about the birds that visit our gardens. In order to compare our results to the 2015 survey we need as much data as possible, so if you have birds in your garden this is your chance to get involved! Even if you don’t know your blackbird from your blue tit, or your sparrow from your skylark, your cooperation is vital to help us protect the bird habitats around our village. The survey process is simple and all you need to do is spend a little time each week watching the birds in your garden and making a note of them. We have arranged a get-together at the Henfield Hall on Friday 7 December for everyone who would like more information on how to take part,

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where we will provide you with the survey details and information about how to identify birds if needed. All the data will then be recorded and fed into our database. Previous Henfield Garden Bird Surveys have shown some interesting trends. There has been a decline in chaffinches, greenfinches and starlings, with chaffinches dropping from fourth place in 1999 to tenth place in 2015, greenfinches from ninth to fifteenth place and starlings from second to eighth place. But it’s not all doom and gloom – there has been an increase in goldfinches, which rose from seventeenth to thirteenth place and wood pigeons have gone from ninth place to joint first! If you would like to be involved in the 2019 Henfield Garden Bird Survey, please contact Val Bentley via email at chetsford.t21@btinternet.com or phone on 01273 494723. We also have a stand at the charities fair on Saturday 10 November, so please do come and find us there, see our website www. henfieldbirdwatch.co.uk or find us on Facebook. Debbie Colgate, photos copyright Paula Blake

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BREEDING FROM YOUR DOG what you need to think about!

Dog owners out there may or may not be aware that as of the 1st of October there has been a change in legislation regarding the breeding of dogs. The change relates to whether someone who is breeding dogs is deemed to be doing so as a “business concern” or not. If they are, then they have to conform to various criteria. If you’re thinking of breeding from your dog, there’s quite a lot to consider as well as the new legislation (more about that later). Firstly making sure that you have carried out all the necessary pre breeding checks to confirm that your dog is a suitable candidate for breeding and secondly that you have considered the potential impact of breeding your dog in terms of complications and costs and the impact on your day to day life! This all sounds potentially rather ominous if you are considering breeding from a dog and, I can relate to this somewhat as, earlier in the summer, some close friends of ours decided to breed from their Labrador, Millie. Millie is a lovely dog with a gentle demeanour and a typical Labrador attitude to food – eat first, think second! Before she was mated, Millie had been hip scored, elbow scored and checked for ocular disease to confirm that she was a suitable candidate for breeding. She was then mated to an equally well bred and very handsome stud dog and four weeks later, we saw her for a pregnancy scan and confirmed a “bellyful” of puppies! She whelped on schedule with ten healthy puppies and all was going well. However, two weeks later, Millie developed mastitis (an infection of her mammary glands) and it became difficult for her to feed all the puppies. The puppies had to be supplemented by hand feeding every few hours with powdered milk. Then things went from bad to worse when Millie rejected her puppies and managed to badly injure one of them. Annelise was on-hand to see the injured pup, who had a deep cut to her lip which needed to be sutured. Somewhat predictably, having completed the surgery, Annelise had already mentally adopted the injured pup who was very adept at looking forlorn but cute! As a result I was well prepared when she made her case for keeping the little thing and firmly put my foot down, citing the many reasons not to add to our menagerie: extra space required for three dogs, extra poo to pick up, chewing, toilet training and not to mention vet bills! It was a well reasoned, concise and succinct argument… We took ownership of the new puppy five weeks later and she’s called Iris. Other than a slightly crooked

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s this year is the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, we are revisiting the Henfield connection with the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior at Westminster Abbey in London. Every year at the Service of Remembrance at St Peter’s Church in Henfield, a Union flag is displayed with pride on the alter steps. The flag came to the village from a Captain Brooks from Company 68 of the Graves Registration Unit, who played a part in the journey of the Unknown Warrior from the battlefields of the First World War to Westminster Abbey. In November 1920, after King George V approved the idea of honouring the unidentified dead from the Great War with a tomb in Westminster Abbey, four bodies were exhumed from each of the four main battle areas - the Aisne, the Somme, Arras and Ypres. The four bodies, each one laid out on a stretcher, were covered with a Union flag and placed in a chapel. Here the Director of the War Graves Commission, Brigadier-General Wyatt, selected one at random to be interred at Westminster Abbey as the Unknown Warrior and it was placed

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in the shell of a coffin. The three remaining bodies were taken to be buried in the military cemetery at St Pol. The Union flag that had covered the body of the Unknown Warrior in the chapel was not large enough to cover the coffin on its journey to Westminster Abbey. It was replaced with a larger one and Captain Brooks, who had been responsible for escorting one of the bodies to the chapel, kept the original flag. It was not until 1950 that the Union flag was brought back to England, after spending the Second World War in Belgium, hidden from the occupying German troops. Captain Brooks, whose family had lived in Henfield for many generations, presented the flag to the Henfield branch of the Royal British Legion in 1953. It stayed with them until 1976, when they presented it to Henfield Parish Council. Today, Henfield Parish Council loans the flag to St Peter’s Church and it is displayed during their annual Service of Remembrance – a little piece of national history in our village church. Mike Morgan, Poppy Appeal Organiser for Henfield, Small Dole and Shermanbury

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NOVEMBER 2018 | Local interest The selection of bodies for the Unknown Warrior in France. © IWM (Q 109517)

The journey of the Unknown Warrior from the chapel at St Pol to Westminster Abbey was one full of ceremony, more usually accorded to royalty. After staying in the chapel overnight, the coffin shell with the Unknown Warrior was transferred under guard to the medieval castle at Boulogne in France where it lay in state with a company from the French 8th Infantry Regiment standing vigil. The following morning, the shell was placed into a coffin made of oak from Hampton Court. One of the wrought iron bands had a Crusader’s sword passed through it which had been chosen personally by the King from the Royal Collection at the Tower of London. On top of this was an iron shield bearing the inscription: “A British Warrior who fell in the Great War 1914-1918 for King and Country.” From the castle the coffin was carried by British military pall-bearers and placed on a French military wagon for the mile-long procession to Boulogne quay. The coffin then travelled to Dover on HMS Verdun, escorted by six destroyers, and then on to London by train. Every station it passed through was filled to overflowing by people who stood in silence and lowered their heads as it passed by. After spending the night at London Victoria Station, the coffin of the Unknown Warrior began its final

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journey on 11 November 1920. It was placed on a gun carriage of the Royal Horse Artillery and carried in procession through immense and silent crowds to the Cenotaph. After King George V unveiled the Cenotaph (a “symbolic empty tomb”), he then placed a wreath on the coffin and at 11am the nation observed two minutes silence. The cortège then made its way to Westminster Abbey followed by the King, the Royal Family and Ministers of State. The guests of honour were a group of women all of whom had each lost their husband and all their sons in the war. The coffin was borne to the West Nave flanked by a guard of honour of 100 recipients of the Victoria Cross. It was interred with six barrels of soil taken from Ypres and later covered by a slab of black Belgian marble inscribed with the words: “They buried him among Kings because he had done good towards God and his house.” Within the first week 1,250,000 people had filed past the tomb of the Unknown Warrior to pay their respects. It is now one of the most visited war graves in the world and is the only part of the Abbey floor that is never walked on. Mike Morgan, Poppy Appeal Organiser for Henfield, Small Dole and Shermanbury

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uilt nearly 30 years ago and run as a charity, Henfield Leisure Centre provides a fantastic sporting and fitness facility for the village and surrounding areas. You may have noticed some building works taking place recently and this is all part of the plan to increase the accessibility and inclusivity of this wonderful community asset. With a fully-equipped modern gymnasium, fitness studio, large-size sports hall, squash court and childrens soft-play centre, Henfield Leisure Centre has something to suit everyone. However the original building was never designed to be accessible by wheelchair users and those with limited mobility as there was no access to the first floor facilities which include the gym and fitness studio. Five years ago the Committee, supported by Henfield Parish Council, Horsham District Council and West Sussex County Council, decided to do something about this and put in place an ambitious plan to create full disabled access to the Centre. Partly funded through income from the Sharkey’s Soft Play Centre and partly funded through grants and loans, together with community fundraising, the building work started earlier this year.

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With the construction of a completely new entrance and the installation of a lift, the gym and fitness studio on the first floor are now fully accessible for wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. The building work also provides more seating for users of the soft play area and general centre users who want to sit and chat over a tea or coffee. As a result the area used for parties and events has been enhanced too. Simon Thompson, Henfield Leisure Centre Manager, said:

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Please ring or email me to discuss or arrange a visit for a free no obligation quotation.

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Your friendly, local electricians. For all your electrical needs, fully insured Call today for a free Estimate Tel: 07411 132 921 01273 317330 info@pdelectrical.net www.checkatrade.com/pdelectrical

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Making Tax Digital - Action time! Making Tax Digital (MTD) will be the biggest revolution for decades in the way the UK tax system is run. It is being introduced from 1 April next year, when all businesses with a turnover above the VAT threshold of £85,000 will be required to submit their VAT Return data electronically. The VAT Returns of these businesses will, from that date, need to be filed from ‘functional compatible software’ that meets the requirements of MTD for VAT. Filling in the VAT Return boxes online or on a paper form will become a thing of the past for almost all businesses.

What do you need to do? Accounting Software - HMRC has recently published details of the first 18 suppliers with ‘functional compatible software’ that meet the requirements of MTD for VAT. Businesses affected should contact their accounting software provider to see if they are on this list. If they are, your software will need to be upgraded to enable you to file VAT Returns from 1 April 2019. If you maintain your accounting records manually or on a spreadsheet, you will need to transfer your accounting records to a suitable accounting package before 1 April 2019 to enable you to comply with the new filing regime. If your software provider is not going to issue a version that will meet these requirements you need to urgently consider migration to a compatible accounting software package, or consider if ‘bridging software’ is an option. Preparation of your VAT Returns - Do you currently prepare your VAT Return by extracting the financial information from your accounting records, preparing adjustments for matters such as Partial Exemption on a spreadsheet (or other working paper) and then prepare your VAT Return? If yes, you will need to consider how the adjustments should be recorded in your accounting software so that the VAT Return can be generated accurately (from 1 April 2019) by the software. We recommend a dry run for the first quarter of 2019. This way, you can address any issues before filing your first Return under the MTD regime. VAT housekeeping - Do you enter VAT transactions correctly in the accounting software? Any errors made on posting are going to be visible to HMRC. It is sensible to ensure that the data is entered correctly when a transaction is recorded. The top five errors I see when reviewing Returns are: • Client entertainment - VAT cannot be recovered on invoices (restaurant bills, theatre tickets, trips to the races) where clients or prospective clients are guests.

Staff subsistence - VAT can be recovered on taking your staff out for a meal to celebrate a job well done or for team motivation. This also applies to staff Christmas parties. Trade creditors - Occasionally a supplier’s invoice remains unpaid after six months – often as a result of a dispute about delivery of the service or goods or the quality received. HMRC requires that any VAT reclaimed on invoices older than six months to be adjusted for in the next VAT Return, and effectively repaid to HMRC. If the invoice is paid in the future, the VAT can be reclaimed in that quarter. Trade debtors - Similar rules apply for trade debtors (also called bad debt relief). If a customer has not paid after six months after the due date for payment, a business can recover the VAT paid to HMRC on the next VAT Return. If the debt is paid subsequently, the business is required to declare the VAT received from the customer on the next VAT Return. Processing invoices for supplies that are outside the scope, exempt or zero-rated for VAT - Care is required when processing all invoices where no VAT is charged. The right VAT code needs to be selected in the accounting software to ensure that the correct analysis is produced for the VAT Return. A quick reminder may be in order of the correct codes – the VAT classification should be obvious from the narrative on the supplier’s invoice.

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

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Index of advertisers | NOVEMBER 2018 ACCOUNTANCY, TAX & BOOKKEEPING A&B Matters The Accountancy Practice Kingston Smith LLP Lawrence Flowers Accountant

04 60 77 67

Roger Minost Architect


Number One The Laurels B&B Holiday Bungalow in Henfield

73 21

Bartlett Property & Gardens Downs Southern Ltd Henfield Homes Ltd

63 74 71

Bury Hill Landscapes Gardner & Scardifield Ltd Hamfelds

25 64 45

Upper Mead - Sussex Health Care


B&I Carpets






Four Landscapes The Green Reaper Hamfelds Home & Garden Rooted Garden Services Rushfields Plant Centre & Gifts S. Goodridge Gardens

Arian Silver Designs 17 Gallery BN5 18 Henfield Antique Fair 23 Katherine Lawrie Jeweller 23 The Steyning Bookshop 28



The Conservatory Co. Countryman Improvements

62 64

BHW Glass Ltd N. Constantine Double Glazing Repairs

70 66

C&K Electrical Herbert Electrical Jeremy Crawley Henfield Electrician PD Electrical Ltd

75 63 75 74

The Henfield Fencing Co. Jasper Fencing Contractors R.J Meaker Fencing Limited

74 62 44


70 71 45


DB Foot Clinic 57 Feet Plus Henfield 52 Hear to Listen 52 Henfield Chiropractic Clinic 52 Henfield Physiotherapy & Osteopathy 55 NB Clinical Massage 55 Sussex Osteopath & Complementary Health 53 West Sussex County Council - Flu Vaccinations 13


Charles Winstanley


NFU Mutual Insurance



East Barn Interiors Ltd Just Shutters Ray Bishop Upholstery Simply Blinding Ltd.

55 42 75 68


Henfield Ironing


Cinemobile Dark Star Brewery The Henfield Hall St Barnabas Light up a Life St Barnabas Wear it Festive Henfield Leisure Centre Year of Culture 2019

09 40 67 08 13 58 35

Bridger’s Farm Ltd Dark Star Brewery The Elegant Feast Catering Jeremy’s Two Rushfields Farm Shop Steyning Butchers Swains Farm Shop taste...deli catering


20 40 54 15 39 19 10 28

C&T Radmall Henfield Funeral Services

62 60

Braziers Garage Henfield Coles Automotive Ltd Mile Oak Servicing Setyres

78 56 66 02


GARDENERS, GARDENS & NURSERIES Bartlett Property & Gardens Ltd Beechcroft Landscapes Best by Myles

63 63 14

All Things Covered


King and Stevens PHB Contractors

60 69

JG Plastering


Aquatec CJ Plumbing MC Services Gas Plumbing & Heating

70 70 66

Batcheller Monkhouse Marcus Grimes

12 43

Contain Yourself Storage GA Lomer and Son Inner Space Office & Storage The Old Mill Removals

70 45 62 63

The Fox Small Dole Full of Beans The George Hotel Shepherd and Dog Singing Hills Golf Course taste...deli catering The Wheatsheaf The White Hart Wickwoods, The Glasshouse

16 22 08 12 30 28 10 11 80

G & S Roofing Ltd RA Walker Roofing Services Ltd Steyning Roofing

61 65 71

Bluebells Nursery Dyslexia Tutor Dove Nursery Isabello’s Pre-School Oscar Bears Day Care

54 16 54 42 54

Amanda Shaw Solicitors Griffith Smith Solicitors LLP Setfords Solicitors The Sussex Wills Office

77 73 42 73




Henfield Helpline

Robert Slaughter Independent Financial Advisor 65



Natasha’s Beauty Salon 29 Pinks Hair 52 Spray Tanning Treats 19


Hamfelds Home & Garden



Gray Cat Animal Home Visiting Service





ACT Pest Control





A&S Gutter Clearance


Ben Daniels Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning


Andrew’s Decorating 61 Lady Decorator 25 Trim Decorating 75

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Henfield Chimney Sweep



A Hyatt Contractors B Muzeen Groundworks PHB Contractors

Geoff’s Handyman Services Henfield Homes Ltd



46 66 45 62 03 75






Batcheller Monkhouse Inner Space Marcus Grimes Stevens Lettings


Lucy Locksmith


Henfield Eyecare










Corporate Cars 73 Henfield Village Cars 74

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A & S Aerials & Satellites TAS Aerials

71 24

Southern Beeches Ltd.


Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries


PPC Windows







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