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OCTOBER 2012 | Contents
07 What’s on listings
12 Local interest BN5 at 75
from the BN5 area
26 Food & drink
Local award nominations
32 Charity Lions Club
45 Charity 61 Business Profile 4Sight Henfield
with Alpha Tiling
63 Finance with Nsure
from Paul Samrah
Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Samrah, Richard Cohen and Mike Beardall. Cover graphics by design-copy-print Henfield. BN5 magazine is printed by Evonprint in Small Dole on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper and is printed using vegetable-based inks.
It’s our 75th issue (you might be able to tell from the cover...) we’ve had a great time bringing BN5 to you every month, thank you to everyone who has called us with stories and ideas for articles. This month we also introduce our new BN5 logo on the front cover, this will be used on our website which we’ll be bringing to you very soon. We celebrate the great Sussex foodies in our article on page 26, this month the Sussex Food & Drink Award nominations have been announced and it’s great to see how many of the nominees are local businesses, retailers, restaurants and producers. You can vote for your favourites and make sure they get some recognition for their hard work. The Lions Club have been meeting in The George for many years and have been a mainstay of local fundraising for good causes. They are a good bunch who enjoy a vibrant social scene as well as raising some essential funds for local and national charities. Get involved if you have an hour or two to spare, they’d love to hear from you. Our Facebook page is up and running, thank you to everyone who has ‘liked’ us so far. Please do come over and say hi - www.facebook.com/ bn5magazine I hope you get to enjoy some October walks, with the leaves turning, woodsmoke and beautiful sunsets, Sussex is surely the best place to live. Best wishes
Copy deadline for any advertisement or editorial submission for the November 12 issue of BN5 magazine is Friday 5 October. For editorial submissions email Emma Osman firstname.lastname@example.org or just call us for a chat on 01273 494002.
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OCTOBER 2012 | What’s on
Friday 28 September
Henfield Theatre Company Barn Dance Henfield Hall, 7.30pm
Family event featuring Unreel Ceilidh. Tickets £6 each in advance (£3 for under 12’s) or £7 on the door, available from Stevens Estate Agents (01273 492141), Digby Stephenson (07815 048609, firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mike Ainscough (07708358976).
Various locations (& 29th & 30th)
Dark Star celebration of hops and brewing with a number of events including: beer tastings, live music, local food, hop exhibition, Pub2Brewery cycle ride, Partridge Green Treasure Hunt and a guided tour to three breweries. See www. darkstarbrewing.co.uk/hopfest
Pumpkin growing competition Henfield Club, 1pm
£2. Contact Carol Rawlings on Unsquashable – Henfield 01403 740708 or 07967 054742 or Squash Club email@example.com Henfield Leisure Centre, 7-9pm
Sussex Osteopath & Complementary Health Clinic, Hurstpierpoint, 6.30-7.30pm (& every Mon).
HDC Health Walk Steyning, 11am
2 miles stroll. Meet at Steyning Health Centre, Tanyard Lane. Call Linda on 01903 816865 or Lyn on 01903 369752.
Maidment Court, 2-3pm (& every Tues)
White Hart, 8.30pm (and Tues 16 & 30)
Maidment Court, 2.30pm (& every 1st Mon)
Ordinary people like you who get fed up with being alone due to bereavement or divorce. Just drop-in for good sympathetic company.
Age UK Friday Club
Red Oaks Care Home, 11.30am4.45pm (& every Fri)
St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (& every Fri)
Entry £2 a head in aid of HART. Meet for singing, stories and lots Teams up to six. Cash prize for win- of play, including a drink and a bisners. Call 01273 492006 to reserve cuit. table. Julia Donaldson book
Dial Post Village Hall, 10am-4pm (& every Weds, Thurs & Fri)
See news item for more information.
Active Minds Day Club
Henfield unattached get-
Lunch, exercises, discussions, newspapers, quizzes, garden£4. Contact Carol Rawlings on ing and hairdressing. Call 01903 01403 740708 or 07967 054742 or 879916 or email clubsmanager@ firstname.lastname@example.org ageukhorshamdistrict.org.uk
For individuals with short term memory loss and in need of stimuJumble Sale lation, motivation and socialisation. Henfield Hall, 2pm Meal and refreshments provided. In aid of Henfield Guide Hut funds. To book call Sally on 07754 142460 Auction at 2.30pm. Also raffle, tom- or email email@example.com bola and cakes for sale. Jumble Henfield Lions Club can be left at the hall in the mornHotel, Henfield high ing or call David Marshall on 01403 George Street (& every 1st Wed) 864591 for collection after 20 SepWe meet to discuss fundraising actember. tivities, consider requests for assisLady’s night tance and organise social events. Catholic Church Hall, 7pm New members very welcome. Call An evening of stalls and experienc- David Pryor on 01273 494442. es to indulge in, to treat yourself to, to start the Christmas shopping or just meet up with friends, over a Rhyme Time drink. In aid of St Barnabas Hos- Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45 (& pice. Visit www.henfield-friends-of- every Thurs) st-barnabas.co.uk Free fun with music for pre-schoolers
Monday 1 October
Drop-in and play session only £3. See news item for more information.
Explore meditation and mindfulness. £15. Call Nicola on 01444 together White Hart, 11am -12pm (& every 819075.
White Hart Quiz
This years’ event dedicated to memory of John Jones. Includes a fancy dressed pumpkin competition, family BBQ, live classical and contemporary music, face painting, kid’s pumpkin drawing exhibition (lollipop for every entrant) with 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes and the official weigh-in and prize-giving ceremony. All proceeds to Henfield Youth Club.
(& every Thurs)
HDC Health Walk
White Horse, Maplehurst, 10am
Steyning Bookshop, 4-5.30pm
Maidment Court, 2-3pm (& every Fri)
£4. Contact Carol Rawlings on 01403 740708 or 07967 054742 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maidment Court, 7.30pm (& every Fri)
£3.50. Contact Carol Rawlings on 01403 740708 or 07967 054742 or email@example.com
Breeze bike ride
Henfield, 9am – 3pm
A 20 mile round trip to Findon via the challenging Steyning Bowl and back via Chanctonbury allowing for leisurely lunch break at the Gun Pub.
Townsmead open day
Coopers Way, Henfield, 10am4pm
For more information call Marcus 5 miles, no dogs.Meet in pub car Grimes on 01273 835104 or visit park. Call Geoff on 01403 258180 www.marcusgrimes.co.uk or Pat on 01403 240654.
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Whatâ€™s on | OCTOBER 2012 Warren Playgroup Good as New Sale
Henfield Village Hall, 10.30am12pm
welcome. Visit www.woodman- For more information see article on coteparishcouncil.co.uk for more page 33. information. Visiting Mr Green
Henfield History Group
The Barn Theatre, Southwick,
For further details go to www.war- Free Church Hall, 8pm 7.45pm (& to 13 Oct). renplaygroup.co.uk or call 01273 Henfield reminiscences presented See news item. 492316. by Dick Thorns. Everyone welcome. ÂŁ3 non-members (members HDC Health Walk by subscription).
Rayner Court, 10.30am-12pm (& every 2nd Mon)
Thursday 11 Ashurst, 10.30am
Wednesday 10 Knit & Natter
Tea, coffee, chat and talk for retired Rayner Court, 10.30am-12pm people. Contact Gillian Fletcher We are a group of ladies who knit MBE on 07885 640524. for charities and are beginning to Sangboc Folk Club knit Christmas items for St. Barnabas House fundraising. If you enjoy The Royal Oak, 8pm knitting, or want to learn please Call Ian on 07957 433894. come and join us. Contact Jean Whiting on 01273 493171.
Henfield Flower Club Henfield Hall, 2.15pm
The George, 6-7.30pm (& every
Lyn Constable â€˜Magical Marketsâ€™ & 2nd & 4th Wed) members exhibit â€˜Magical Marketsâ€™. Friendly business networking group for local businesses. All welcome. Woodmancote Parish ÂŁ2 per meeting Council meeting
Woodmancote Church Hall (and every 2nd Tues)
Henfield Lions wine & nibbles evening
Members of the public always Henfield Youth Club, 7.30-9pm
4 miles, no dogs. Meet at Fountain Inn on B2135. Call John on 01403 263661.
Coffee morning in aid of Parkinsons UK Partridge Green Methodist Church Hall, 10am-12pm
Cakes, bric-a-brac, jigsaw, raffle and xmas cards. All proceeds to Parkinsonâ€™s UK. Everyone welcome.
HDC Health Walk Steyning, 11am
2 miles stroll. Meet at Steyning Health Centre, Tanyard Lane. Call
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OCTOBER 2012 | What’s on Linda on 01903 816865 or Lyn on daunted, Songbirds and full or- Exhibition chestra. Tickets available from box Henfield Hall (and 27th) 01903 369752. office on 01293 553636. See news item.
HDC Health Walk
Henfield Hub launch
West Grinstead, 10am
4 - 5 miles, no dogs. Meet in Or- Various locations, 1-5pm chard Restaurant car park on A272. See news item. Call Daniela on 01403 276973 or Alex on 01403 273751.
Henfield Hall, 2.30pm
Talk by Dr Harry Montgomery on the River Adur & its Valley. Contact Maureen Lucas on 01273 493966.
HDC Health Walk
Henfield Hall, 2.25pm
Beeson House, Lintot Square, Southwater, 6.30pm
Lock Estate & River Adur, 10am
Cat & Canary, 8pm Annual meeting, light lunch and ‘My 6 miles, no dogs. Meet at The Bull Fancy dress & free buffet – come adventures in Malaya’ by George Inn, Mockbridge (TQ 211181, BN5 and enjoy the fun! 9AD). Call Mike on 01403 242564. Fowler. Contact 01273 494802.
Henfield Hub demonstration
Henfield Hall (and to 19th) See news item.
Free event for those currently or thinking of renting out a residential Coffee morning property in the Horsham district. Plenty of free parking and refreshSt Peter’s Church, 10.3011.30am ments provided. Contact Nigel Join us in St Peter’s Church for fresh Powell on 01403 215225 / Rob Jarvis on 01403 215449. coffee and homemade cakes.
Tea, company and friendship. All who have lost loved ones, however long ago, are very welcome to join us. Call Revd Christina Bennett on 01273 492222.
Day Centre, The Hewitts, 10.30am-12pm (& every last Thurs)
St Peter’s Church, 3pm
The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
Henfield Village Hall, 7.45pm (& to 20th)
Informal and friendly meeting for the blind and partially sighted living in Henfield and surrounding areas. £2 incl tea/coffee and biscuits.
Dolls House Group
HDC Health Walk
5½ miles, no dogs. Park in car park at the rear of Partridge Green Village Hall (RH13 8HX). Call Pauline on 01403 240419, Jane on 01403 261672 or Jean on 01403 250869.
Camelia Botnar Homes & Gardens Centre, Littleworth Lane, Cowfold, 2pm
Various categories – for more information visit www.cameliabotnar. com
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Annual memorial service St Peters Church, 4.30pm
Maidment Court, 7.30pm (& every last Wed)
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Local interest | OCTOBER 2012
BN5 at 75! W e just can’t believe this is our 75th issue! It seems like yesterday that we were celebrating our 50th issue, back in September 2010. Then we celebrated by finding 5 local heroes who were given £50 vouchers to spend in the village. Jackie and Brian Griffiths were winners for being great neighbours; Carolyn Phillips for her work for St Barnabas in Henfield; Debbie Slaughter for her tireless work at the Youth Club; Darren and Donna Angood for all their weekends spent coaching Henfield football juniors; and our local postie Trevor Simmons for being an all-round good egg and HART responder. We are still struck by the acts of kindness given by local people and their incredible achievements for charity and for the community.
Since I launched the magazine back in 2005 I have met some lovely people and seen lots of changes in the village. Some exciting new businesses have appeared in the High Street and continue to thrive. It’s a tough time to be a retailer but Henfield has always, and continues, to have a bustling high street; thanks to local people using the shops and people from surrounding villages visiting us. The Community Partnership and Parish Council have been working very hard with retailers to keep the high street looking great and encouraging local trade. Although, it would be nice if we could fill up our cars... We’ve met some interesting characters through BN5
and have loved sharing their stories with you. From Woodmancote’s horror writer James Herbert, who graced our October 10 cover (we had requests from all over the world for copies of the magazine, our furthest mail-out was to New Zealand – James’s fans have a way of finding out when he’s been written about!) to Etienne Minost, who flew for the Free French during WWII. Sadly Etienne passed away last year, but the story of his bravery and modesty touched many readers. We’ve seen wedding fairs and open gardens, the Henfield Show, Jubilee and Royal Wedding celebrations, school sports days and Henfield remembrance, which sees more and more people showing their respects at the War Memorial each year. Local people have done extraordinary things for charity and things dear to their heart – not least the amazing efforts of the 777 team earlier this year when Sam, Tim and Malcolm ran seven treadmill marathons in seven days. Countless other individuals and businesses took part, running full and part marathons in teams. They raised £24,000 for Henfield Leisure Centre and Clic Sargent childhood leukemia charity. In February 2010 we launched a sister publication called thirteen8 magazine, covering the Partridge Green & Cowfold areas. It’s allowed us to expand into a new postcode area and there has been a real synergy between the two, very different, publications.
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Our latest venture is the new BN5 website which is coming together very nicely – we are working hard to make sure it’s very user-friendly and has exactly the information that you want. We’re now on Facebook; please do go to www.facebook.com/bn5magazine to ‘like’ our page. The magazine comes together with the hard work, cheery good humour and downright stoicism of the lovely team of girls at BN5. Zoë Standing looks after our advertisers, she’s been working at BN5 for five years now and loves helping our local businesses with their marketing, she is as enthusiastic today as she was the first day she walked through the door five years ago. Juthy Slaughter is our rock – she deals with the rows of figures and keeps us all on target, she understands numbers like no one I know. Arlette Wykes, who works on both BN5 and thirteen8 magazines, is doing some sterling work marketing us, her cheery voice will often be at the end of the phone when you call. Our designer Helen Boosey is returning from a maternity break very soon, our thanks to Chris Emery at design-copy-print for filling the gap so admirably. Our newbie in the office is Sarah Butler, you may have noticed her name at the bottom of some articles recently. She’s got some great ideas for features and editorials, which we’ll be bringing you soon. Thanks from us all go to the Royal Mail posties who deliver BN5 to every home and business in the area, come rain or shine.
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The new BN5 website is really coming together, and the designers at Proworx have formatted a new Village Business Directory for us. Alongside the up-to-date news stream and what’s on listings, the new Business Directory will give you a comprehensive listing of local businesses. We’ll index any local business completely free of charge; those who would like a Directory Page (shown here) can have one made by BN5 for their company, with pictures and editorial created by us, for a very competitive monthly fee. If you’d like to find out more please call Zoe on 01273 494002 or drop her an email firstname.lastname@example.org
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News | OCTOBER 2012 Henfield Christmas Charities Fair Itâ€™s coming round to that time of the year again â€“ the Henfield Christmas Charities Fair will take place on Saturday 10 November from 10am-1pm at the Henfield Hall. This year 34 charities will be participating with great bargains, raffles, tombola, gifts, cards, cakes, preserves, puddings, pies, knitwear and crafts - not to mention the wonderful refreshments. Make a note in your diaries!
Henfield Art Club The Annual Exhibition of members work will be held in the Henfield Hall on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 October. Painting in various mediums, articles of wood, stoneware and glass will be on view for the public to enjoy. This event will once again include work by the pupils of St Peters School who have for the past few years produced some splendid exhibits much admired by visitors and proud parents. This year the Club celebrates its 30th anniversary and we look forward to another successful exhibition and a warm welcome awaits our visitors. The busy month for members includes â€˜Painting Inâ€™ days on the 3rd and 17th and a demonstration by Anne Chadwick on 30th entitled â€˜A Landscape in Oilsâ€™. Any interested visitors are very welcome to come along.
The Warren Good as New Sale, SATURDAY 6 OCTOBER
The next Warren Playgroup Childrenâ€™s Good as New Sale is on Saturday 6 October 2012 from 10.30am to 12pm at the Henfield Village Hall. Our Good as New Sales are very similar to the fantastic NCT Good as New sales and we get some very good quality items. We also have a raffle, cake stand, Phoenix Trader, photographer and other selected traders. Do you have quality items you wish to sell? Bring them to the hall on the day between 8 -10am. Each item must be labelled with is price, sellers name and contact number. Sellers receive 75% of the marked price on sold items, Warren fundraising receives 25%. Proceeds from sold items can be collected during playgroups opening hours. Sellers should return between 12.45 and 1pm on the day to collect any unsold items. Donated items are most welcome. Would you like to advertise at the sale? At the last sale we had nearly 200 people attend. For just ÂŁ25 you can have your leaflets in 150 of our point of sale bags, plus we will advertise your company on our website and place your poster on our boards at the entrance of the hall. Every customer making a purchase takes a bag with our selected leaflets inside. If you would like to pre-register, need more information or advertise please email Zoe at email@example.com
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OCTOBER 2012 | News Henfield’s Treasure Boxes
The first five Treasure Boxes have already started appearing in Henfield shop windows. Can you find them? Topics include: • the first postmarks; • violets grown in Henfield and sold in Covent Garden; • the first known picture of wheels; • Henfield’s botanist, William Borrer; • Nathaniel Woodard, founder of Lancing College and other schools. More topics are being prepared and will appear during October. The Community Partnership would like to thank Alan Barwick at the Museum for his help, Don Hollingsworth for the design and graphics and AVS Fencing The Pizza Oven is coming to for sponsoring the provision of the wooden boxes. Partridge Green Leo Jago If you’ve never seen a wood fired oven in the back a bespoke van, you need to come and see The Electric Blanket Testing of Pizza Oven at Partridge Green village hall car park, Venues 2012 every Thursday from 27 September, between 6pm and 9pm! West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service will be carrying out electric blanket testing by appointment only at the Steyning mums Helen and Emma have spent ten years perfecting their homemade pizzas for the following venues in October: toughest audience of all - their kids. In April this year • Wednesday 24 October - Burgess Hill Town Council they opened the Pizza Oven and started cooking for Help Point the public. The reaction has been fantastic. “We’ve • Thursday 25 October – AGE UK, Lavinia House, Horsham always wanted to give people well-priced, great food by cooking fresh, quality ingredients to order.” • Friday 26 October – Worthing Fire Station To make an appointment at any of the venues, please The menu changes each week, but you can always be sure of the best quality Italian mozzarella, tomatoes, call 01243 642124. dough and toppings. You can stay simply sumptuous with a Margherita or get a genuine taste of Sardinia with the ‘loadsa meat’ special. The Pizza Oven is available for festivals, weddings, parties and events. They offer a fully personalised service; call them for a chat on 07769 155057(Emma) or 07769 180460 (Helen) or visit www.thepizzaoven.co.uk.
Henfield GARDEN CLUB The last of our summer outings by coach have now taken place, although I do obviously use the word ‘summer’ very loosely! October sees the start of our winter talks when we welcome Jean Griffin to The Henfield Hall on Tuesday 2 October at 7.30pm. Jean will give a talk entitled ‘Tales from the Potting Shed’ and will include audience participation and questions and answers, so come along and ask about any plant problems you may have. Jean used to live in Henfield a few years ago and is a well known garden expert and reporter for gardening programmes on BBC Southern Counties Radio across Surrey, Sussex and North-East Hampshire. As usual the talk is free to Garden Club members, with admission costing £3 for non-members. Look out for more activity soon in the Henfield Hall car park when the summer bedding in our Jubilee Garden will be replaced with more permanent planting. We hope everyone has enjoyed the wonderful splash of colour in the previously neglected area. For more information about joining our club email margaret@ deadlinegraphics.co.uk or phone 01273 493754. Margaret Hollingsworth
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News | OCTOBER 2012 Henfield Age UK requests â€œHi, Iâ€™m calling from high quality items Microsoft...â€? scam ALERT! Henfield branch shop of Age UK has appealed to residents for high quality giftware and clothing. People have been very generous to the shop but there is a general shortage of good giftware for sale. â€œWe are very grateful for all the items donated,â€? says manager Mary Featherbe. â€œWhat we are short of is good quality giftware and clothing.â€? Donations can be dropped off at the shop during normal trading hours. Please do not leave donations on the doorstep when the shop is closed. Mike Beardall
Protect yourself from the flu bug this winter Your GP recommends that you should have a flu jab if: you are aged 65 and over; you are pregnant; you are the main carer to a relative or friend; or if you suffer from Lung problems, heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease or lowered immunity. Henfield Medical Centre is holding walk-in flu jab clinics in October 2012 on the following days: â€˘ Tuesdays 2pm â€“ 4 pm â€˘ Wednesdays 4pm â€“ 6pm â€˘ Fridays 11.30 â€“ 1pm â€˘ Saturday 6 October 9.30 â€“ 12 noon â€˘ Saturday 20 October 9.30 â€“ 12 noon
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Anyone who has an email account for even a short period of time will have received an email from the Crown Prince of Nigeria who needs to store 10 million US Dollars and simply needs your bank details to transfer the money. Most people realise this is a scam, it is pretty obvious and we all know (hopefully!) not to give over our bank details to a complete stranger. Unfortunately, a new scam tactic is going around which isnâ€™t as obvious. It starts simply, a phone call from an â€˜employeeâ€™ of a well-known company such as Microsoft or Apple. They inform you that there is a problem with your computer and they are calling to help you fix it and try to get you to edit settings or download software to solve the problem... These people are NOT trying to fix a problem and you should never follow their instructions. They have no idea you even have a computer unless you tell them. Their aim is to gain control of your computer by making you do things whilst they are on the phone. If you are concerned that there is a problem with your computer contact a computer support company to get their advice. So the obvious question remains, what happens if you DO follow their instructions? Well, there are a couple of options: 1) They will install a program that records your passwords and account details. 2) A â€˜freeâ€™ piece of software will be installed and after 30 days you will have to buy the full version. If you donâ€™t, your computer will stop working correctly. 3) Software is downloaded that makes your computer distribute a virus without your knowledge that could potentially link you to criminal activity. To summarise; unless you are expecting a phone call from a computer company do not follow any instructions or give any password or account details over. Instead, call a friend / relative with computer knowledge or contact a company such as Alternative Computers and Training (01273 491110 or email advice@altct. co.uk)to get advice. Adam Simmonds
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OCTOBER 2012 | News Public Inquiry Report
Phoebe Murphy-Dunn, Maddy Brooks, Zoe Morrice and Megan Lodge. The results for all the girls bear testament to their hard work as 100% of them gained five or more GCSEs at A* to C. Towers girls work hard but know how to have fun as well. These results only tell half the story as the results are in addition to parts played in local theatres, sport at County level, music in the County Youth Orchestra and just enjoying life. Congratulations to all of the girls and their teachers too! Carole Baker, Headmistress
Henfield turned out in force at the Public Inquiry in Horsham to determine whether or not outline planning permission should be granted for the erection of 102 dwellings on the field behind Manor Close. Although Horsham District Council (HDC) chose not to be represented, members from Henfield Parish Council, Community Partnership, HOPS (Henfield’s Own Preservation Society) Brian O’Connell our District Councillor and CPRE all took the stand to argue against the proposed development. The appointed Planning Inspector ensured all parties were given the opportunity to state their case and the Henfield team answered questions put by both the Inspector and the top ranking QC engaged by the developer. The Planning Inquiry was the result of HDC not determining the original application within statutory timescales and would have been withdrawn by the developer if the Planning Committee had subsequently approved an identical application submitted at the July meeting. HDC turned down the second application on the grounds of Sustainability but still did not contest the Appeal. It was left to the residents of Henfield to explain why this proposed development should not be built. The Planning Inspector indicated that we will have to wait for up to seven weeks before the outcome of the Appeal is known. Carol Eastwood, Chair of HoPS (Henfield’s Own Pres- All the fun of the Fair ervation Society) Shermanbury Country Fair, which was held on Bank Holiday Monday 27 August, welcomed hundreds of visitors from the surrounding villages and further afield Twelve in 2012 to enjoy a fabulous afternoon out in the beautiful setIn 2012 The Towers School in Upper Beeding is de- ting of the grounds of Shermanbury Place. lighted that twelve of the Year 11 pupils (more than a quarter of the year) have gained GCSEs at only the From the delights of the traditional Punch & Judy highest A* or A grades. Twins Daisy and Elizabeth Show and the tug-o-war competition to the delicious Parker have twenty-two GCSEs between them with tea tent and beer marquee, all the old village fair fathirteen at A* and nine at A. Daisy was Head Girl last vourites were there keeping young and old happily year and her Deputy Head Girl, Zoe Batchelor also has entertained! More modern (or twentieth century!) enall ten of her GCSEs at A* and A grades. Zoe has just tertainments included clay pigeon shooting, hook-areturned from Lourdes where she was a helper with duck and the scarecrow competition, as well as wellythe Arundel and Brighton pilgrims. Sophie Sparkes wanging, tombola and a coconut shy to name a few. gained ten GCSEs with eight at A* and two at A as Many people worked tirelessly in the run up to the well as finding the time to be a student at the Junior day to ensure that all went smoothly and the end reRoyal Academy in London where was chosen to com- sult was a fun, family afternoon in aid of the St Giles’ Church restoration fund. And our highlight of the afpose a short piece for the Olympics. Other girls with all of their grades at A* and A are Emily ternoon? Dave, the BN5 office dog winning first prize Snow, Zofia Reeves, Saskia Solomon, Holly Woodley, as the most handsome hound!
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News | OCTOBER 2012 the actual weir. This will allow the river to regain its natural course. At East Mascalls a pass is being built beside a weir to enable fish to travel freely up and down the river. The remains of a collapsed footbridge has been re-removed and woody debris re-aligned to improve the flow of a delightful stream near Steyning called The Black Sewer. Volunteers are currently being trained to carry out river bank surveys. As always, more volunteers are much needed. The AGM concluded with Jenny Barnard presenting the Tony Barnard Award to Rosalyn St Pierre in recognition of her support for the Trust. In particular she has catered cheerfully for the many meetings at her house. OART is pleased to invite anyone with an interest in rivers to attend a series of four free lectures to be held Ouse and Adur Rivers Trust at the Linklater Pavilion in Lewes. On Saturday 29 September OART will be holding an open day at the At a well-attended AGM of the Ouse and Adur Riv- Sussex Wildlife Trustâ€™s headquarters at Woods Mill near ers Trust (OART), members were delighted to learn Henfield. Further information about AORTâ€™s activities that as a result of their continuing close relationship can be found on their website www.oart.org.uk with the Environment Agency, the Adur and Ouse rivers have been designated as pilot catchments for the Water Framework Directive. This means that steps will Buzz on the common be taken not only to reduce pollution and the further Buzz on the Common will be taking a break over the deterioration of aquatic water systems, but also to en- winter months and will be back in the springtime. Bob hance their ecological status. Burley, who has organised the Buzz sessions for the So far this year OARTâ€™s task force volunteers have past two years, is standing down as Buzz leader, but cleared debris from around a weir at Buxted Park watch this space for news of new Buzz sessions early in readiness for the Environment Agency to remove next year.
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OCTOBER 2012 | News Cantatrice
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Who would have thought that a little place like Steyning would have a ladies choir that boasts 100 members with a sister choir in Horsham of 50? Cantatrice (meaning women singers) began back in 2004 when 90 singers crammed into the local church hall. We rapidly moved to our home base, the Steyning Centre where you can still hear us rehearsing every Friday morning during term time. A sister choir in Horsham began three months later and this continues to grow. Local musician Zoe Peate, brought to the choir a lifetime of singing experience, choral knowledge and loads of enthusiasm! Our repertoire is still as varied as when we began, ranging from sacred items to jazz and musicals, the venues as diverse as Chichester Festival Theatre to Steyningâ€™s own Live Lounge in the old Rifle Range, The Carfax, Horsham - not to mention a few wins at competitive festivals! On Friday 19 October at 7.30pm, Cantatrice, along with Divas Undaunted, Songbirds and full orchestra perform the stirring work â€˜Adiemusâ€™ by Karl Jenkins under the direction of Steve Dummer. With 200 voices filling The Hawth it will be an exciting evening as not only will they sing Adiemus but also Borodinâ€™s Polovstian Dances, All that Jazz, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, the Witches scene from Verdiâ€™s Macbeth, With a Little Help From My Friends and more. To book tickets call the box office on 01293 553636 or visit https://tickets. hawth.co.uk
If you are the victim of crime or see crime or anti-social behaviour occurring, Henfield Parish Council strongly urges you to report it immediately to the Police, however minor it may appear. Often it is part of a â€˜bigger sceneâ€™. Henfield is a very safe place to live with low levels of crime and anti-social behaviour. However Council becomes aware of a fair number of incidences which go un-reported and as Sussex Police, at least in part, allocate resources to the village based on the level of crime and anti-social behaviour they are aware of, Henfield may well be losing out on the level of policing it should receive. This problem was particularly evident in the latter part of August with un-reported incidences occurring at a number of locations around the village. With the darker evenings approaching failed street lights become more of a nuisance. Residents can report failed lights (or lights on during daytime) to the maintenance contractor Southern Electric directly by telephone 0800 048 2435 or via the link on Henfield Parish Councilâ€™s own website www.henfield.gov.uk - Official Links â€“ Street Light Fault Reports. Most street lights have a number recorded on the lighting column and this information will be required when the fault is reported.
Osprey over Woods Mill At last, after 27 years of working for the Sussex Wildlife Trust at Woods Mill Iâ€™ve finally been rewarded with a wonderful view of an osprey circling over the lake. Thanks to Warden Ryan Greaves rushing in to tell me, just about managing to get the words out while trying to catch his breath, I got to see the bird, the first record for the reserve. In the past one has been seen flying high over Woods Mill but this was the first serious visit, eyeing up the very tempting carp that we have cruising in the shallows. It was around long enough for all my colleagues to come out and get a good view as well, all of us hoping for a spectacular dive into the lake and denuding it of one startled carp but sadly that did not happen. It might however, come back at a quieter time and help itself to a fish supper. An osprey has been reported fishing on the River Adur for the last week and it may well have been that individual that has strayed a bit further, but it could have also been a bird making itâ€™s way back from Scotland and calling in to have a good feed before making the arduous journey down to West Africa where it will spend the winter. Penny Green thought it might have a radio tag, which, if that is the case, we can find out who it is and from where it originated. There are a few ospreys being regularly seen in Sussex at the moment. Both Arlington and Weir Wood Reservoirs have entertained single birds for much of the summer while one has taken up temporary residence down in Thorney Island, Chichester Harbour. Eventually though, they will depart across the channel to carry on their southwards migration. Mike Russell, Sussex Wildlife Trust
Win your weight in beer! Budding chefs and ale enthusiasts alike are invited to take up a cooking challenge with a difference by creating their very own dishes with a specific ingredient - beer! As part of the very first Dark Star Brewing Co â€˜Hopfestâ€™ in September, the â€˜Cooking With Beer Competitionâ€™ is designed to encourage participants to be as creative as they can. Dishes will be entered into one of two categories, sweet and savoury, and will be judged in the final at the Partridge Pub in Partridge Green by licensees, Rob and Vicki Lynch. The overall winning dish will appear on the pubâ€™s menu and the winning chef will receive their weight in beer. The three-day festival, running from 28th-30th September will celebrate hops and brewing with a number of events including: beer tastings, live music, local food, a hop exhibition, Pub2Brewery cycle ride, Partridge Green Treasure Hunt and a guided tour to three breweries, Dark Star, Hepworths and Surrey Hills. For more information please visit www.darkstarbrewing.co.uk/hopfest or follow on Facebook and Twitter: @darkstarhopfest.
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News | OCTOBER 2012 Jumping for the animals – new contact details
Free Church by the beginning of November. If you would like more information ring Jean Whiting on 01273 493171, or visit www.linkromania.co.uk. Thank There has been a slight change to the sponsorship you. contact details for Rosie McMillan. If you would like to sponsor Rosie, who will be doing a parachute jump for charity next year, visit www.bmycharity.com and Henfield Hub – Henfield’s enter her name in the ‘find a friend’ box and then click new community website on her name to get into her fundraising account. Henfield’s new website – the Henfield Christmas Shoe Boxes Hub – goes live from Can we repeat last years amazing response to our 16 October. Whether appeal? The need for these boxes is still acute in Ro- you want to find out mania, Albania and Moldova. We can assure you that what’s on, browse all boxes are delivered safely to the most needy ar- the special offers in eas where Link Romania are already running projects the shops, or take such as kindergartens and schools, soup kitchens up a new activity, and farming projects. Most boxes are delivered by the the Hub will connect Worthing-based team of volunteers working along- you to whatever is side local Pastors to reach those who are sometimes happening. The Hub is a true community excluded including the Roma communities. website, supported by the Henfield CommuThe shoe boxes are easy to fill and an information nity Partnership and Parish Council, with a grant from leaflet which gives a suggested list of contents will be West Sussex County Council. Information is proavailable at the Free Church (open from Wednesday vided directly by the clubs, societies, businesses and to Saturday mornings). Each box is designed to be community organisations in the Henfield area. Local given to a family (usually three generations), so should resident Dan Wilkinson will be managing the website contain items for everyone. Last year Link Romania for us and is ready to answer your queries - just drop launched an ‘Elderly Person’s’ box for those living him an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on alone. Perhaps you would like to fill one of these in 07545 341 805. memory of a loved one? As Christmas approaches please try to share your generosity with those who If you need some help getting to grips with the web, have so little. The filled boxes will need to be at The you will be able to see demonstrations of the Hub in
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OCTOBER 2012 | News The Henfield Hall and on the High Street from 17-19 October. Then on Saturday 20 October from 1-5pm, the big Community Launch event will take place in St Peter’s Primary School, the Leisure Centre and the Youth Club. Not only will you be able to see and try the Hub for yourself, you’ll be able to meet directly with many of the clubs and societies that make Henfield a great place to live. You can see a demonstration by the Spinners and Weavers, learn about the many voluntary initiatives in our area, or join a sports club to get fitter. More information is available in leaflets from our sponsors, including Taste Deli, the Post Office, Budgens, The Henfield Hall, St Peter’s Primary School, and the Leisure Centre; and, of course, information is also available online at www.henfieldhub.com
Children’s Laureate visits Steyning Julia Donaldson will be signing copies of her books including Superworm and the new Room on the broom sound book at the Steyning Bookshop on Friday 5th October from 4-5.30pm. For pre-orders, please contact the bookshop on 01903 812062 or email email@example.com
Rye Farm Rocked! Our Rye Farm Rocks event back in June raised £7,500 for the Teenage Cancer Trust South East Appeal. Can we thank all of you that came along and supported us on the evening, the feedback we received was all very positive. We have extended our thanks to the Acts (both musical and comical) for their sterling contribution from start to finish, the Booth’s for the very generous use of their farm and home and of course the Henfield BP Guild who provided the catering. This is a truly stunning figure that far exceeded our expectations - so again, thank you all for coming!
Busy Bees support the Rockinghorse Appeal Busy Bees Playgroup were delighted to be able to hand over a cheque for £200 to the Rockinghorse Appeal. They had raised the money by doing a Sponsored walk around the Kingsfield during the summer term. Playgroup Manager Gillian Otsuka thanked the parents and the 2, 3 and 4 year olds for their support and said “It is great to be able to support a local children’s charity in this enjoyable way”.
Calling all squash players - we are UNSQUASHABLE!
12 years ago the Henfield Squash club was a thriving club with leagues, teams, coaching, competitions and social events. The teenage section particularly thrived and one of our girls, Jenna Gates, went on to be U18 British champion. Then we lost a few key people and the club ceased to exist. It was such fun to be part of, for adults and children alike, and such an asset to the village, that we have decided to revive it. We have set up a club session on Thursday evenings, 7-9pm, at Henfield Leisure Centre, when you can pay £3 and drop in and play whoever is there. This is great value as the courts are currently £6 per hour to hire. If we get enough interest, we can expand it, do some coaching and enter some teams again. Court one has been repaired so both courts are now ready to go. Come and join us for our taster night on Thursday 4 October – there will be cake! Players of all ages and standards welcome. There are two of us organising this, so we would need more help to run the club. E-mail me at rk@roboblob. co.uk if you would like to find out more, have ideas, or would like to help. Karen Crawford Clarke & Chris Varley.
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News | OCTOBER 2012 Henfield Theatre Company Our Autumn play is The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Howard Brenton, based on the novel by Robert Tressell. Directed by Paul Woodcock, this play is the semi-autobiographical story of a group of painters and decorators working in Hastings during the first decade of the twentieth century. The workers see the world through their traditional political views and never imagine that they can influence their own lives or circumstances. When socialist Frank Owen joins them, the workers begin to understand the impact that socialism could have on their lives. This play is full of gentle humour, lessons in life and big, bad bosses. Production dates are 18-20 October starting at 7.45pm in The Henfield Hall. Pre-booking flyers will be available in early September from Henfield Furnishings (Box office 01273 490080), Henfield Hall and the Library. Tickets £6.00 & £8.00. Sponsored by Nigel Parsons, General Builder 01273 492290.
to spend a Monday morning once a month, always being warmly welcomed and assured of an interesting varied programme throughout the year. I very much appreciate the kind and friendly atmosphere.” Our next few meetings include talks on the following: A day in the life of an Air Traffic Controller by Steve McKie on 8 October; The delights of Gilbert and Sullivan by Chris Whitehead on 12 November; and the CAMEO Christmas Party on 9 December. From September we moved to a new venue -The Garden Room at Rayner Court, The Hooks, Henfield BN5 9UY. We would really like to welcome some new members and do hope you might be able to join us. If you need transport or any further information, please contact Gillian Fletcher MBE on 07885 640524.
CAMEO (Come and Meet Each Other) is sponsored by the Community Church, Henfield and was formed in 2005 for retired people to meet over tea/coffee and a chat from 10.30am-12pm on the second Monday of the month with invited speakers. One of our regular members Dora says: “I find CAMEO a wonderful way
MacmillanCANCERSUPPORT Coffee & Cake DAY
We would like to say a huge THANK YOU to all the friends and family that supported our Coffee & Cake day on Friday 24 August in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. With the aid of a wonderful team of helpers, we served hundreds of drinks and homemade cakes and raised an amazing £1,040 for the charity! Elsie Adams, Mary Jones & Derrie Fletcher
Wood you like to help? Local conservation charity Tottington Woodlanders is looking for help with a variety of tasks including: • Various administrative tasks – events co-ordination and newsletter production • Production of items for the group to sell, to help raise funds for the conservation work they carry out • Conservation work The group, which was formed just over 20 years ago, manages a Local Nature Reserve on behalf of Mackley’s and West Sussex County Council. The reserve in Small Dole is semi-ancient woodland and is accessed via Mackley’s Field recreation ground, just by the village hall. The group uses the traditional craft of coppicing to help protect the 13 acre reserve. This type of woodland is a rapidly disappearing habitat and provides a home for variety of wildlife. The use of various traditional crafts means that the old skills are not lost and are therefore
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OCTOBER 2012 | News preserved for future generations to enjoy. The group meets every Sunday between the end of October and March, weather permitting, to carry out the woodland management tasks. Anyone is welcome and there is no obligation to attend every session. All you need is suitable clothing and footwear for working in the woods - no tools are required as they are provided, but do remember to take a mug for the very important cuppa! If you think you have any skill which may assist the Woodlanders, please contact Chris on 01273 495026 or Malcolm on 01273 493316. The group also has a website which is www.tottingtonwoodlanders.org.uk
BN5 BIRDS Here we are at the end of the summer. Summer? 2012 is now officially the wettest summer in 100 years – miserable for us but devastating for our breeding birds. Low temperatures, prolonged wet weather and high winds coincided with the time when many birds were hatching. They are at their most vulnerable when very young, easily succumbing to the cold, or to starvation if not fed very regularly. The weather meant that it was unusually difficult for the parent birds to find insect food to feed their young chicks. This also often meant that both parents had to leave the nest to find food, exposing the chicks to the cold. In general, most garden birds suffered poor breeding success and few of the early nesters like blackbirds and robins managed to raise any young in their first brood. Blackbirds continued nesting into July with a third brood, attempting to make up for earlier losses. Single brooders like blue tits did less well in some places depending on the date their eggs hatched. So, it’s been a poor year for breeding birds in Henfield, but all is not lost. Birds have evolved to cope with fluctuations in the weather, and provided we do not get too many bad years in a row, they will bounce back. After all, 2010 and 2011 were very good years for birds, so there’s nothing to worry about yet. Over the coming months birds will be migrating from their breeding grounds north of Britain to spend their winter holidays with us. Birds such as field fares, grey and chestnut thrush sized birds, and redwings (thrush-like birds with a pale eye stripe and a red underwing), flock together and are regular visitors to Henfield. Henfield Birdwatch has organised a talk at 7.30pm on Friday 23 November at Henfield Hall, by Dylan Walker on ‘The Birds and Whales of the Macronesian Islands’ (the Canaries, Azores and Madeira). Non-members are welcome to attend and will be charged £3 each. Neil Fletcher and Debbie Colgate
Haunted Henfield After a highly successful launch last December the publication Haunted Henfield sold out completely by the end of the year. A revised edition with extra stories will be available towards the end of this year and again all profits will be donated to the Henfield Museum. If you have any stories which you think could be included in the new version, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01273 495063. All stories must be received by the end of October. Graham duHeaume
Food Glorious Food - A Dickensian Christmas Celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, the spirit of Christmas past and food, glorious food with a coach tour of the London Oliver Twist knew, plus visits to the Burlington Arcade and Fortnum & Mason. Our luxury coach outing is a fully-escorted day with a Blue badge Guide and includes morning coffee and a carvery lunch. We leave Steyning from the Fletchers Croft car park, in front of the Steyning Centre, at 8.15am for the journey to Aldwych on the banks of the river Thames to meet our Blue Badge Guide and take coffee at 10.30am. During the morning we are going to take you on a coach tour of Dickens Christmas London showing you the old meat, fish and game markets and hearing about the diet of the masses from jellied eels and pie and mash to oysters and white bait suppers straight from the River Thames. We lunch in Fleet Street with a carvery or vegetarian option which must be pre-booked. In the afternoon we are going up market to show you how the other half lived and celebrated a Dickensian Christmas with visits to Mayfair and the ‘dilly’. We visit the marvellous Burlington Arcade built to allow the toffs to shop unmolested by the riff raff. We also visit the sumptuous food hall of Fortnum & Mason where impeccable young men in red tailcoats stack the shelves with tempting Christmas treats. There will be time for you to buy a cup of tea before leaving at 4.30 pm for our return journey arriving in Steyning at approximately 6.30 pm. This is a donation only event. The suggested minimum donation is £39 per person and needs to be given one month in advance. The day includes morning coffee, a carvery lunch, the Blue Badge Guide and transport (refunds cannot be given). All profits will go to The Steyning Millennium Trust, (Registered Charity No. 1081042) Every Student - The best they can be (a charity inspiring the students of Steyning Grammar School). The available dates are Fridays 2, 9 and 16 of November 2012. To book your place please contact Charles Ashby on 01903 814049 or email email@example.com
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OCTOBER 2012 | News routine reviews for chronic illness, leaving us GPs to deal with more complex problems. The pharmacist or NHS Direct can also give advice. We are also recruiting for a new full-time partner to replace Dr Hoey who was part time, to try and relieve some of the pressure on the partners. We are incredibly lucky to live in Henfield. There is community spirit everywhere – just look through BN5! We have HART, which is amazing, not to mention the Link cars, Friends of the medical practice, BP Guild, various clubs, and many wonderful carers in the village quietly working away. Being part of a thriving community and getting involved in one of the many activities, or helping neighbours and friends is one of the most powerful ways to maintain your health. If you can be part of the community and build up your selfesteem and self-confidence it has a positive effect on your health – don’t ask me how it works but it does! Spirituality has also been shown to have a similar effect. Just get involved!
New Executive Partner at Henfield Medical Practice On 1 July 2012, Dr Karen Crawford Clarke took over as Executive Partner at Henfield Medical Practice and the branch surgery at Wood Lawn in Partridge Green. Karen explains more. I have been a GP in Henfield for 17 years now and I can reflect on the many changes in General Practice during that time. The medical centre just keeps expanding in staff numbers and size to try and keep pace with the change but the basic job of caring for our patients has stayed the same and we focus on that as the most important part of our work - it keeps us going! We are a happy but extremely hard-working team. General Practice is recognised as the central point of care in the NHS. More and more the trend is for care to be given by your GP at the surgery rather than in hospitals. We offer a range of clinics for different conditions including asthma, diabetes, minor surgery, physiotherapy, counselling and stop-smoking clinics. We are also focusing much more on preventing disease such as strokes and heart attacks, and that requires patients to attend for blood tests and medication check-ups more often. Patients are also more informed from the media, sometimes showing us articles and wanting to have an informed discussion about their care - and quite right too! All this has led to an enormous increase in demand for appointments, in fact three times the demand of 17 years ago. I know you are all getting frustrated at not being able to make appointments with your own doctor, and this is a common cry across the country. We pride ourselves in the fact that we have held onto personal lists, (each patient having a nominated GP) where many other practices have abandoned them. The only way to make personal lists work is if we have the flexibility of using our excellent practice nurses, GP registrar doctors, health care assistants and PAs to deal with more minor and short-lived problems, and
KAREN’S VISION “My vision is for our practice to be a wonderful place to work, where all the team feels valued and fulfil their potential. A practice that delivers appropriate, safe, health care to our patients, with continuity of care where appropriate and good communication between team members. I would like our practice to be a Beacon for General Practice in the country.”
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Food & drink | OCTOBER 2012
Going for GOLD
at the Sussex Food & Drink awards
he finalists in the Sussex Food and Drink Awards 2012 / 2013 have been announced and now it’s down to the public to vote for their favourites. Our corner of West Sussex has a particularly strong presence on the Awards shortlist, so why not vote for your favourite and help give them the recognition they deserve?
Voting closes on 14 October. You can vote by either visiting the Awards webpage at www.sussexfoodawards. biz and follow the instructions, or by texting (details below each finalist - please note that texts cost 50p plus your standard network charge).
Gingers Kitchen in Partridge Green is one of two local businesses shortlisted in the Sussex Food Producer of the Year category. Run by David Cook and Tim and Haley Breden, Gingers Kitchen produces chef-prepared ready-meals, soups and salads using quality local ingredients in a cutting-edge kitchen. All dishes are made in small batches following traditional recipes and great care is given to both taste and presentation. Packaging is kept to a minimum and where possible is biodegradable or recyclable. Gingers Kitchen supply deli’s throughout West Sussex and London. To vote for Gingers Kitchen, text FOOD 6005 to 65400.
Just Brownies of Partridge Green is also shortlisted
in the Sussex Food Producer of the Year category. Sarah Cuthbertson, who runs the business is passionate about baking good quality yummy brownies using British ingredients and supporting local producers where she can. Every batch of brownies is hand baked at ‘The Brownie House’ in Partridge Green using a good old-fashioned mixing bowl, hand whisk and Spatula method! Just Brownies can be found at a number of carefully selected independent local retailers, as well as Horsham’s Carfax Market every Saturday and Carmela’s Italian restaurant.
To vote for Just Brownies, text FOOD 6008 to 65400.
The Dark Star Brewery is one of two local producers shortlisted in the Sussex Drink Producer of the Year category. Dark Star started life in the cellar of the Evening Star Pub in Brighton in 1994 and has grown to become one of the major Sussex breweries. With seven different beers permanently available, Dark Star beer can be found in pubs all over the south east and even as far-a-field as Edinburgh! The brewery also has a number of seasonal and monthly beers including more unusual brews such as Milk Chocolate Stout and Black Coffee Pilsner. The brewery also runs three pubs including Partridge Green’s very own Partridge!
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OCTOBER 2012 | Food & drink Wobblegate, previous winners of the Sussex Drink Producer of the year, are hoping to repeat their success this year. Based at the family run Old Mill Fruit Farm, Wobblegate produces a delicious range of apple juices and ciders from traditional English varieties such as Russet, Bramley, Cox and Discovery. Unlike many brands of apple juice, they only use ripe fruit which gives the drinks their distinctive flavours. After picking the apples are pressed immediately using an old-fashioned wooden rack process. To vote for Wobblegate, text DRINK 3010 to 65400.
who were runners up in last yearsâ€™ Sussex Butcher of the Year category are hoping to scoop the top prize this year. Shaun Hutchings has been running the family business since 1989 and is proud to sell only high-quality, locally-reared meat. They carry out all their own butchering, preparation, curing and smoking on site, as well as cooking all the pies and sausage rolls. SK Hutchings are particularly renowned for their sausages, selling over 1,000lbs each week!
To vote for SK Hutchings, text BUTCHER 1009 to 65400.
Rushfields Farm Shop in Poynings is shortlisted in the Best Sussex Food/Farm Shop category. Operating out of a purpose-built oak framed building next to the garden centre, the farm shop sells an exciting range of local Sussex produce from home-made sausages, Sussex cheeses and Edburton smoked fish to bread, Cocoa Loco chocolate and Paynes honey. The meat in particular is very local - the beef comes from neighbouring Grange Farm and the farm shop is rearing its own pigs! To vote for Rushfields, text SHOP 7006 to 65400.
in Edburton is a finalist in the Best Sussex Eating Experience category. Tottington Manor has a wide selection of traditional and speciality menus. Whether itâ€™s morning coffee, lunch, bar snacks, afternoon tea or an evening meal, there really is something for everyone. Those who stay overnight can also sample the delicious full English breakfast! Situated at the foot of the beautiful South Downs, the restaurant and hotel date back to 1604 making it a great venue for social, family and business events.
To vote for Tottington Manor, text EATING 4008 to 65400.
John & Alison Ford from Priors Byne Farm in Partridge Green are one of 10 finalists in the Sussex Farmer of the Year category. The Ford family have farmed in the Weald of Sussex since 1946 and started producing Sussex Gold Extra Virgin Rapeseed Oil in July 2007, using rapeseed grown on the farm. The Fords carry out the entire process of growing, cold pressing and bottling the oils on the farm and the highly versatile healthy oil is perfect for all cooking uses. To vote for John and Alison, text FARMER 5003 to 65400.
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Charity | OCTOBER 2012
Henfield Lions -
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he Lions Club International is a truly global organisation with 1.35 million members in 46,000 clubs in 207 different countries, all active in local community projects. From an astonishing range of backgrounds and walks of life, all Lions have the same thing in common â€“ to help people less fortunate than themselves. The Henfield and District Lions have another aim as well â€“ to have fun whilst fundraising!
The Henfield and District Lions are a part of Lions Club International and they are a friendly and welcoming group of people, raising money for good causes both locally and further afield. During this past year they have fundraised for the Henfield Youth Club (raising ÂŁ800 on Race Night alone), and carried out a street collection for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Other local organisations that have benefited from the
Lions generosity of the past few years include: Henfield U14â€™s Football Team, HART, St Peterâ€™s Primary School (Henfield), Partridge Green Playgroup, Henfield Guides, Sight First, Worthing & Shoreham Hospitals, Cowfold Scout group, Henfield Young Cricketers and Henfield Leisure Centre. The Henfield Lions hold a â€˜businessâ€™ meeting at the George on the High Street on every first Wednesday of the month to discuss fundraising activities, donations of funds, membership issues, correspondence and social activities. Fundraising events often include the traditional village coffee mornings (their bacon sandwiches freshly cooked to order always sell well!), jumble sales and tin rattling. However it is their popular Race Night, held once a year, which is their main fundraiser. Usually held in March, they invite another
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OCTOBER 2012 | Charity charity to join them and over the past few years their Race Nights have raised around £16,000! The Henfield and District Lions can also often be seen attending local fetes and fairs throughout the summer with their own coconut shy and ‘kick the football ’ stall. They always enjoy these family fundraisers as it’s also a chance to watch the dog shows, listen to brass bands, buy homemade jam and (hopefully) enjoy the sunshine! The Lions are not just about constant fundraising though. They often help people with small activities which can make a big dif- Photograph courtesy of Mike Beardall ference to individual lives, for example driving elderly housebound people to a concert, or walking somebody’s dog who and a chat in the pub. is too disabled to do so. It’s these quietly unassum- New members are always welcome and the Henfield ing activities which often give most pleasure to both and District Lions are holding a wine and nibbles evening on Wednesday 10 October from 7.30-9pm at the those giving and those receiving. After the serious business of fundraising, the Lions Henfield Youth Club for people to find out more. They turn their minds to the serious business of socialising! will give a warm reception to anyone wishing to come On the third Wednesday of the month they meet so- along and ideas for fundraising are always welcome cially and activities can be as varied as informal meals from new club members. out together, skittles evenings, quiz nights, games For more information contact David Pryor on 01273 evenings, greyhound racing or simply a quiet drink 494442 or at email@example.com.
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ight loss affects everything in life – can you imagine not being able to make a cup of tea without fear of burning yourself or cross the road without worrying you may be knocked over? The charity 4Sight has been supporting blind and partially sighted people in West Sussex for 91 years this month. We talked to Colin and Nina Major who run the Henfield 4Sight club to find out more.
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Sussex achievers pass baton to new recruit
wenty-three-year-olds Hannah Parbery and Tom Rogers, both former students from the University of Brighton, are now qualified financial planners after two years work on Nsure’s graduate trainee programme.
Hannah and Tom have each passed ten exams in the last two years as well as gaining onthe-job experience looking after Nsure’s clients. “I am pleased to have progressed so quickly in achieving my Diploma in Financial Planning,” said Hannah. “The coaching and guidance I have received have been essential to my success and I now look forward to meeting clients face to face and beginning an adviser role.” Tom added; “I feel I have gained lots of technical knowledge, as well as personal skills, over the past two years, and am now feeling excited about starting to advise clients.” Hannah and Tom have now passed the graduate trainee baton to Lucy Clohesy, who graduated from University of Brighton in July with a Business Management degree. Lucy from Hove said “It is exciting to start working at such a well-established and respected company. With all the support I have had from everyone here already, I can’t wait to start the journey towards becoming an adviser.” Tony Cohen, Nsure’s Managing Director, is delighted with the success of the trainee programme. He said “Hannah and Tom’s excellent progress has proven to be a sound investment decision by our business and we look forward to Lucy progressing in their footsteps.” Faye Brown, Alumni Manger at the University of Brighton said, “We are always thrilled to learn of the success of our alumni and are keen to continue to work with Nsure to expand their trainee programme and recommend suitable graduates for the programme.”
Worthing based Nsure is an independent familyowned firm of chartered financial advisers.
For details please contact Sarah Gray on 01903 821010 or email email@example.com Nsure Group, Nsure House, 93 Rowlands Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 3JX www.nsure.co.uk
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INHERITANCE TAX PLANNING
aul Samrah, Henfield resident and partner at Chartered Accountants Kingston Smith LLP, provides some valuable Inheritance Tax advice.
Planning ahead allows you to set out clearly who should get what from your Estate on your death. It also means you can maximise Inheritance Tax (IHT) reliefs and exemptions should your Estate be worth more than the IHT threshold or ‘nil-rate band’ when you die (currently £325,000). A growing number of people are becoming liable to IHT because of an increase in property prices from the early 1980s to 2007. IHT applies to your entire worldwide Estate (including property, savings, investments and chattels) and is charged at 40%. There are various exemptions which enable you to reduce your potential IHT bill, but these should be used with care. Your starting point should be to write a will and review it every few years to check that it still reflects your wishes and dovetails with prevailing tax legislation. Making a will and making sure people know where to find it, is the first step to ensuring that your Estate is shared out in line with your wishes when you die. If you don’t leave a will, your Estate will be shared among your next of kin based on a strict order of priority in accordance with the rules of intestacy. This means that people who you want to benefit from your Estate might get nothing. If you are unmarried/not in a civil partnership and living together then, quite simply, you definitely need a will, otherwise your loved one will receive absolutely nothing from your Estate upon your death. The deceased’s parents, siblings and even ex-partner can be potential beneficiaries, rather than the surviving partner. This can cause untold misery, particularly where the home was owned solely by the partner who died. Divorce, or dissolution of a civil partnership, could cause parts of your will to be nullified and marriage or remarriage may completely invalidate a current will. If you change an existing will, it is generally a good idea to start the new one with a clause stating that it ‘revokes all previous wills’. Lifetime gifts are treated in a number of ways for IHT purposes. However, from an IHT point of view, you only need to worry about making gifts if you think your Estate – including the value of any gifts you make – might exceed the IHT threshold when you die. If your Estate is over the threshold, any gifts that you make more than seven years before you die may be exempt from IHT. There can be tax implications if you give your home away to your children or someone else during your lifetime. If you give your home away and continue to live in it, your Estate or the person you gave your home to, might still have to pay IHT on the property when you die, as well as other taxes. In order for a
gift to be effective for exemption from IHT, the person receiving the gift must get the full benefit of the gift to the total exclusion of the donor. In respect of the seven year rule above, you must survive for seven years from the date of making the gift for it to be free of IHT. If you die within the seven years, the IHT payable is calculated on a sliding scale, ranging from 40% (no relief) in the first 3 years to 8% in the seventh year on any excess over the nil rate band. Decreasing term assurance can be arranged to cover the potential IHT liability during the seven year period following the gift of a potentially exempt transfer. Other exempt transfers include gifts out of surplus income. These should be treated with particular care and recorded – they must be regular payments from your income and not have any detrimental effect on your normal standard of living. Transfers between UK-domiciled spouses/civil partners, gifts to UK established charities and political parties, national institutions (National Trust, British Museum etc) are all exempt from IHT. Small gifts of up to £250 per annum to any number of individuals are treated as exempt – these gifts are meant to cover things such as birthday and Christmas presents. Similarly exempt are gifts totalling no more than £3,000 in total to any individuals in any one year (ie £1,000 to each of three children or £3,000 to one child). This exemption can be rolled over for one Tax Year, but cannot be combined with small gifts to the same person(s). Also exempt are gifts to people getting married – up to £5,000 from each parent of the couple, £2,500 from each grandparent or more remote relative and £1,000 from anyone else. Assets that qualify for Business Property Relief, such as shares in AIM-listed and unquoted trading companies can attract 100% relief from IHT provided that the investment is held for at least two years.
www.kingstonsmith.co.uk Paul Samrah, Partner, Kingston Smith LLP, T: 01737 781546 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Roger Minost Architect
Number One The Laurels Sussex Prairies
Henfield Homes & Prop. Maintenance Mick Patching Nigel Parsons Optimal Property Maintenance Willow Construction
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Cherish Care Cherish Development Centre Red Oaks Care Home Upper Mead
55 55 50 53
Carpet Fitting Les Sheeran Selectacarpet Vestis Carpet Cleaning
56 49 20
BED & BREAKFAST
BUILDERS & CARPENTRY
CARPET SUPPLY & CARE CATERING & CAKES
A1 Henfield Helpline PC Doctor
The Conservatory Co.
COMPUTER REPAIR & IT SUPPORT CONSERVATORIES
DELIVERIES & LIGHT REMOVALS Billy Whizz Transport
Emma Dale Dog Training
BHW Glass N. Constantine Repairs
Beach Electrical Paul Barnard Jeremy Crawley Electrician
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ELECTRICAL SERVICES ESTATE AGENTS Marcus Grimes
FARM SHOPS / GREENGROCERS Jeremyâ€™s Rushfields Farm Shop
FENCING & GATES
Jasmineâ€™s Braziersâ€ˆAutos Coles Automotive Mile Oak Servicing Setyres
21 41 24 15
Black Design Design Copy Print
B Muzeen Groundworks CB Groundworks and Construction
Hair and Co Louisa Jayne Partridge Green Natasha Nicoleâ€™s Nail Bar The Retreat Wickwoods
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LS Services Optimal Property Services
Croftonâ€™s Foot Clinic Emotional Freedom Techniques Goldenâ€ˆSquare Chiropody Henfield Chiropractic Clinic Henfield Podiatry Clinic Julie Craig Fitness Nia Sussex Osteopath & CHC
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GUTTERING MAINTENANCE HAIR & BEAUTY
HANDYMAN SERVICES HARDWARE & DIY
HEALTH & COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH
Nsure PXL Insurance
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GARDENERS, GARDENS & NURSERIES Beechcroft Landscapes Camelia Botnar CCE Gardens Gardener Tom
Bay Tree Trading Camelia Botnar Steyning Bookshop Stokes Newsagents
GIFTS & BOOKS
INTERIORS, FURNITURE & CURTAINS
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FINANCIAL PLANNING / MORTGAGES Nsure Kingston Smith LLP
Hogwood Garden Buildings J D Mowing Martin Standing The Green Reaper Rooted Rushfields Sussex Prairies
44 41 14 40
Cantatrice Choir The Community Church, Henfield Henfield Hall Henfield Theatre Company Horsham District Council Indigo Spiritual Connection Wickwoods
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Lucy Locksmith Inner Space
Mr Mole Pest Control
Personal Trainer Linda Rusby
A. Stenning Aspect Plumbing & Heating Aquatec CJ Plumbing Colin Sansom iHeat 2o MC Services PST Plumbing
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PERSONAL TRAINING PLASTERER PLUMBER
PUBS & RESTAURANTS
The George Hotel The Green Man Tottington Manor Wickwoods
11 06 41 30, 31
GRP Flat Roofs PR Roofing
Busy Bees The Dove Nursery Oscar Bears Day Care The Towers Convent School
46 46 46 37
Stay Home Stairlifts
Contain Yourself Storage Inner Space
SCHOOLS & NURSERIES
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MXT Swim South Downs Swim School
Blue Light Group Henfield Village Cars
Aerials and More Bowers and Wilkins
Alpha Tiling Glen Reid Tiling
The Green Reaper Southern Beeches The Tree Works
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We Mend Washing Machines
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LEISURE & COMMUNITY
OFFICE SPACE TO RENT
Mark Atkinson Trim Decorating
UTILITY BILL MANAGEMENT VETERINARY SURGERIES WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS
Henfield Eye Care
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