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SEPTEMBER 2017 | Contents

Editor’s LETTER

06 What’s On listings

12 27



from the BN5 area

24 Local Interest The Mini Haven

28 Local Interest Summer Fayre Fun



34 Local Interest

West Grinstead Ploughing Match

37 Local Interest

Henfield Leisure Centre

66 Index

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Thanks to everyone who came to see us at the BN5 stand at Henfield Village Fayre in July. It was a little wet - but not enough rain to keep crowds of local people from enjoying a fantastic day out! We’ve written a report on page 28, there are more photos on our website (henfieldbn5.co.uk) so please take a look. This year we were fundraising for Henfield Youth Club, our Henfield bags are still available in Jeremy’s and Village Care if you missed us at the show. We raised £1,093 for them due to your generosity and the kindness and support of local businesses who donated some amazing prizes for our hamper raffle. Great work from our brilliant Parish Council in organising the event again, with Mike Morgan at the helm. The sun shone on The Haven for the opening of The Mini Haven, a new wooden playhouse for younger visitors - featured on our front cover. We love this idea, encouraging new generations to visit, find out about the Henfield Haven and enjoy the cafe. Please do pop in for lunch or a coffee, it’s such a wonderful place and the garden is just beautiful. Read about it on page 24. As summer draws to a close the annual West Grinstead & District Ploughing Match is a must for your diary. This year it’s up at Itchingfield in glorious surroundings, near Christ’s Hospital. If you’ve never visited do take this opportunity to experience a really enjoyable countryside day out. Enjoy September,



Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Claire Ward Dutton, Rowan Allan, Amanda Lucas, Samuel McIlhagga, Helen Boosey and Paul Samrah. Cover image of Ella and Holly at the opening of the Mini Haven taken by Emma Osman. Additional artwork by Helen Boosey. BN5 magazine is printed on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper and is printed using vegetable-based inks.

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What’s on | SEPTEMBER 2017 For detailed information of events Very informal art group, new proceeds to St Andrew’s church, go to: www.henfieldbn5.co.uk members most welcome. Edburton.

Friday 1

5 Ways Henfield Netball Club

Henfield Leisure Centre, 10-11am (& every Fri) Any adult who wants to play welcome. Drop in group. Contact 07773 383125.

Henfield Short Mat Bowls

Maidment Court Cribbage

Carers’ Support Group

Woodmancote Parish Hall Meeting

Tai Chi & Qigong Class

Maidment Court, Henfield, 2pm (& every Mon & every Thurs, 7pm) Membership is free, open to all. We are happy to teach anyone to play. £3 per session.

Evangelical Free Church Hall, 10.30am–12pm (& every 1st Weds) Friendly carers group for information, support and to meet other carers.

Henfield Hall, 5.30–7pm (& every Woodmancote Village Hall, 7.30pm Weds) All are invited to discuss how we Improve your posture, balance, flexibility, coordination and can save our hall. Little Fishes general wellbeing. New beginners Hurstpierpoint Singers St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (& class, first class free. every Fri) Hurstpierpoint Methodist Church, Girls Football Training 7.30pm (& every Mon) For pre-school children. Kings Field, 6–7pm (& every Start of the new term, preparing Steyning Jazz Club Weds) for our Christmas concert. Sessions open to all primary Steyning Centre, 8.30–11pm (& Enquiries to 01273 831801. age girls. Contact Donna 07584 every 1st Fri) 308414. The Adrian Cox Quartet – Membership renewal evening, Partridge Green Walk Henfield Lions Club £10 for the coming year. Village Hall for start, 10am George Hotel, 7.30pm (& every 7 miles, no dogs. All welcome, 1st Weds) sociable, led by trained volunteers. New members most welcome. PART Jumble Sale No need to book. Henfield Hall, 2pm Steyning 2 Mile Stroll In aid of Partridge Green Area Rhyme Time Response Team (PART). To Steyning Health Centre for start, Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45am 11am (& 19th) donate jumble call 01403 713383, (& every Thurs) 2 mile stroll. All welcome, sociable, or deliver to hall in the morning. led by trained volunteers. No need Fun with music for pre-schoolers. Memory Moments Café to book. Henfield Unattached Evangelical Free Church Hall, White Hart, 11am (every 1st Thurs) Henfield Parish Council 2-4pm (& every Sat) Meeting For those who are alone. Enquiries All welcome, especially those with 01273 495820 or just drop-in. Henfield Hall, Garden Room, memory loss. 7pm (& every 1st Tues) Henfield Children’s Centre Pub Quiz Evangelical Free Church Hall, Unusual Plant & Garden Fair White Hart, 8.30pm (& 19th) 12pm (& every Thurs) Sussex Prairies, 11am-5pm In aid of Henfield Area Response Toy library, information and craft BP Guild Senior Citizens Outing. Team (HART). Teams of up to six. activities. Parents and carers Various pick-up points, 12–8pm. Cash prize for winners. Call to must attend. Mystery tour and dinner. Reserve reserve table. Thursday Circle a place at Hamfelds or call 01273 Evangelical Free Church Hall, 491074. 2.30–4pm (& ever 1st Thurs) Toddler Group Ashurst Country Fair & Fulking Village Hall, 10-11.30am Vsit to Rushfields. Transport will Fun Dog Show be arranged. (& every Weds) Ashurst Recreation Ground, 12pm Runs throughout the year. Henfield Theatre Company Great food and drink throughout Older siblings welcome during Auditions the day. All Proceeds to Ashurst the holidays. Play, sing and Henfield Hall, 7.30pm (& 10th, Village Hall. Stalls welcome by have refreshments. Suggested 2.30pm) arrangement: Tel: 01403 710585. donation £1. The 2018 new year production (staged from 4 to 6 January) will The Book Nook be the musical Anne of Green Small Dole Art The Chapel, Fulking, 10amGables. 11.30am (& every Weds) Small Dole Village Hall, 2– 4pm (& every Mon) Books, CDs, and DVDs. All Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm (& every Fri) New members welcome.

Tuesday 5

Saturday 2

Thursday 7

Sunday 3

Wednesday 6

Monday 4

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Saturday 9

Henfield Lions Jumble Sale

Sir John Sloane: Architect Huxley’s Bird of Prey Centre & & Collector Extraordinary - The Hornbrook Pub. Contact the Christopher Rogers. Haven for further details.

The Henfield Hall, 2pm Henfield Badminton Club Donations of good quality items to Henfield Hall, 7.30-9.30pm (& hall from 9am. No large items. All every Mon until 30 April) proceeds towards helping Lions New members welcome. help others less fortunate.

St Peter’s Coffee Morning

U3A Mah Jong Group Cricket Pavilion for start, 9–10.15am Henfield Haven Café, 2pm (& Downland dog walk. 2 miles. All 20th, 27th) welcome, sociable, led by trained Henfield Flower Club volunteers. No need to book. Henfield Hall, 2–4.30pm Albourne Village Show Nature’s Charm. Presented Albourne Village Green, 2– 4.30pm by Elsie Chapman. Member’s Traditional summer fete and a Fun exhibit – Nature’s Charm. Dog Show. Tea, cakes, barbecue Woodmancote Parish and beer tent open throughout the Council Meeting afternoon. Woodmancote Village Hall, 7.30pm (& every 2nd Tue)

Jazzled Choir

Steyning/Wiston Walk

Sunday 10

The Book Nook

The Chapel, Fulking, 11am-4pm (& every 2nd Sun) Books, CDs, and DVDs. All proceeds to St Andrew’s church, Edburton.

Community Sunday Lunch

Henfield Haven, 12.30pm (& every 2nd Sun) Jointly organised by St Peter’s Church and the Haven. Call 01273 494747 to book.

Family Support Work Fair

Vicarage Garden, 2–4pm Stalls, cream teas, cakes, raffle, children’s activities. Supporting vulnerable children and families.

Monday 11

Tuesday 12

Henfield History Group

Catholic Church Hall, 1.30– 3.30pm (& alt Thurs) All welcome, especially those with memory loss.

Henfield Community Partnership AGM

Committee Room, Henfield Hall, 7pm (& every 2nd Thursday) AGM. Open to anyone interested in our aim to help make Henfield a better place to live and work.

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Evangelical Free Church Hall, Messy Church 8pm (& every 2nd Tue) The History of Workhouses. Fulking Village Hall, 4.30-6pm (& every 3rd Fri) Presented by Lady Teviot. Crafts, stories from the Bible and a delicious supper. Call Chris 01273 857322. Henfield Byways Henfield Library for start, 10am Henfield Birdwatch Talk (& 27th) Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 2-3 miles. No dogs. All welcome, 7.30–10pm sociable, led by trained volunteers. Enjoy some chat and No need to book. refreshments, and a talk by Sue Walsh on the fascinating subject British Legion Meeting ‘Saving the Seychelles Warbler’. Cowfold Village Hall, 7.30pm All welcome. Enquiries 07584 473889. West Grinstead & District

Wednesday 13

Saturday 16

Chanctonbury Chorus

Drama Room, Steyning Steyning Decorative & Grammar, 7.45–9.45pm (& every Fine Arts Weds) Steyning Centre, 10am–12pm (& Rehearsing Brahms German Requiem. New members every 2nd Mon) Toby Faber, Indians, Buffalo and welcome. No auditions, training Storms: The American west in given. Call 01903 815467 for further details. 19th century art

West Grinstead/Downs Link Walk

St. Peter’s Church, 10.30– 11.30am Fresh coffee and homemade cakes. In aid of Terry’s Cross House Care Home.

Steyning History Society

Ploughing Match

Westons Farm, Near Horsham, RH13 0BD, 9.30am See article for more information.

Wednesday 20

St Barnabas Outreach

Henfield Hall Car Park, 10am-2pm

Woodmancote & Henfield WI

Henfield Hall, 2.15pm Saxon Room, Steyning Centre, Elizabeth Robins and Backsettown 7.45–9.45pm (& every 2nd Weds) - Alan Barwick. Visitors and new WSCC Car Park for start, 10am A 5½ mile walk. Dogs on a Mark Perry Nash ‘Operation members welcome. lead. 2½ hours. Led by trained Sealion – the proposed invasion of Britain’. volunteers. No need to book.

The Arts Society (Henfield) Henfield Hall, 2.30pm (& every 2nd Mon)

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Thursday 14

Haven Minibus Trip

Henfield Haven for pick up

Thursday 21

Bereavement Support

Henfield Haven Café, 4.155.15pm (& every 3rd Thurs)

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SEPTEMBER 2017 | What’s on Non-religious group supporting acrylics using very large brushes, Guides Jumble Sale local people who have lost a loved www.hashimaikb.co.uk. Henfield Hall, 2–4pm one. Contact St Peter’s Church Jumble to hall in the morning. . For Office 01273 495532. collection call 01403 864591 after Haven Minibus Trip Friends of St Barnabas 24th September Cakes, raffle, bric Henfield Haven for pick up a brac and auction. Evangelical Free Church Hall, Portsmouth – Visit the Historic Strictly Vintage Evening 7.30pm Meeting to discuss fundraising. All Docks or Gunwharf Quays. Dance Contact the Haven for further welcome. Drill Hall, Horsham 7– 10pm details. 1940s and 50s style evening dance – raising funds for Age UK Henfield Camera Club Macmillan Coffee Morning Horsham District. Bring your own Evangelical Free Church Hall, Henfield Funeral Services, 10.30 food and drinks. All welcome. 7.30pm (& alt Fri) am Quiz Night Chairman’s Evening. Members display and discuss their project Please join us for coffee, cake and Henfield Hall, 7.30pm fund raising. Henfield Scout Community Centre work during the summer break. Henfield Garden Club Building Appeal event. Quiz starts Committee Room, Henfield Hall, 8pm. Teams of up to eight. £100 Charity Fashion Show prize for winning team. Also raffle 7pm Henfield Youth Club, Deer Park, 7pm New members’ Buffet Evening, and licenced bar.

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Fashion and fun hosted by Committee members introduce Travelling Trends to raise much new members in an informal needed funds for the Youth atmosphere. Club. Tickets £5. Contact 01273 Old Time Music Hall 492162. St Andrew’s Church, Edburton, 7.30–10pm Old Time songs with the Play – No Finer Line Cowfold Village Hall, 7.30– 9.30pm Pyecombe Village Choir. Call 07812 465559 to book. The true tale of an unlikely Cotswold hero and an enduring romance. See our website for Dark Star Hopfest more details. Tickets from www. nofinerlife.co.uk, The Union Jack Dark Star Brewery, Partridge Farm shop or the Co-op, Cowfold. Green, 11am-6.30pm (& Sun Interval bar and tea refreshments. 12-6pm) Live bands, food and drink and more. All profits to Dark Star Charitable Trust. Sunday afternoon Henfield Art Club includes a special appearance Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 7.15– 9.30pm (& every 4th Tues) from Jack the Lad and Tom from Heart FM’s breakfast show and Hashim Akib – Hash will demonstrate their jukebox live band. his own particular take on vibrant

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Tuesday 26

Advance Notice Monday 2 October Full of Life

Dingemans Court, Steyning, 10am–4pm For those over 50 to try something new or rekindle an old passion at Age UK Horsham District’s free health and well-being event. Free lunch and goody bag. Call 01403 260560 for more information or to book a place.

Monday 3 October Henfield Garden Club Expert Talk

Henfield Hall, 7pm Roy Lancaster, the well known presenter, on ‘My Life with Plants’. See News Item.

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News | SEPTEMBER 2017 RURAL CAR PARK MACHINES NOW WITHDRAWAL OF SUNDAY / BANK TAKE COIN PAYMENT HOLIDAY BUS SERVICE Horsham District Council has introduced coin payment in all of its rural car park payment machines. This move comes as a result of recent user feedback and will deliver greater flexibility of payment methods for car park users. The car parks affected are the North Street Library Car Park in Storrington (Mill Lane Car Park already has coin payment), the Billingshurst Library Car Park and the Pulborough Lower Street Car Park. In Steyning, both the High Street and Fletchers Croft Car Parks will benefit (Newmans Gardens Car Park already has coin payment) and in Henfield, it affects both the Library and Coopers Way Car Parks. Commenting on the changes, Cabinet Member for the Local Economy Cllr Gordon Lindsay said: “Our aim is to make parking in our rural towns as easy as possible for visitors and residents. The introduction of the new coin payment method, in addition to card payment and permits, gives increased flexibility for users, tailoring our service to their needs.” Additional signage and instructions will be placed in car parks to assist users. The payment machines will accept coins not notes. parking@horsham.gov.uk. Heather Pepper

HENFIELD PARISH COUNCIL ON FACEBOOK Want us to let you know what’s been going on in the Parish or when the next Council meeting is? Join Henfield Parish Council on Facebook and you’ll be the first to know about events, meetings and news. Please help spread the word. We need as many villagers as possible to join the group and ‘like’ our page www.facebook.com/Henfield-ParishCouncil. Elaine Goodyear

With effect from 16th September the Compass Travel 17 Horsham – Brighton Sunday service will be withdrawn as the numbers of passengers travelling no longer cover the cost of the service. The Sunday and Bank Holiday 17 was operated commercially by Compass Travel without any funding from the County Council. Unfortunately, the fares collected were not covering the cost of the operation, hence the decision to withdraw. Whilst the County Council can fund bus services that cannot be run commercially, there are currently no surplus funds to maintain the Sunday service on the 17. In fact, the County Council decided it would no longer fund any evening or Sunday buses some years ago in order to concentrate limited resources on weekday buses. As this was a Cabinet level decision readers would need to write to Bob Lanzer, Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Highways, WSCC, County Hall, Chichester, PO19 1RH to express their opinions. Andy Warton, WSCC

MILK BABY CLINIC Henfield Medical Centre holds a well-baby clinic every Monday afternoon 2-3.30pm and we now have a special group running alongside it. This is the MILK group, a drop in for mothers who are breast feeding their babies. Sussex Community Foundation Trust has just obtained Baby Friendly Status from UNICEF and this required the Health Visiting Team being trained to meet the standards set by UNICEF. At the drop-in we also have a Peer Supporter, a volunteer who has completed a 12 week course with the Trust’s Infant Feeding Team. She can help with any problems and offer support. During the session there is always a Health Professional available. There is lots of support and help available. Email me for further information, banderson2@nhs.net. Barbara Anderson, Health Visitor

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SEPTEMBER 2017 | News LOST MONEY We are trying to trace the owner of a considerable amount of money which was found outside The George Hotel one weekend in June. The money was contained in a very distinctive ‘pouch’ as opposed to a purse, which has an initial on it easily identifiable to the rightful owner. If you think the money belongs to you, please contact Steyning Police station who have the full details on 01273 470101, quoting reference number WSTF/17/07/00145. We have confirmed with the police that if the money remains unclaimed by 30th September 2017, we intend to donate it to HART. Louise Thorn, Taste Deli

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ST PETER’S PTA NEWS So, the new school year is upon us and the St Peter’s School PTA gang is looking forward to another 9 months of fundraising. It wouldn’t be right to kick off another year without saying a great big ‘thank you’ for all your support last year and what a year it was! From some brilliant familiar events, like the two school Discos and the Fun Run, to the introduction of two new events, the Easter Fiesta and FieldFest 2017, we feel as though our fundraising efforts last year were an absolute triumph. Our inaugural music festival was an amazing success. Introducing the audience to some inspiringly cool new bands, painting over 100 faces and the breath-taking sunset at the end of the evening were some of our highlights. Running out of food and prosecco wasn’t so great and we are eternally grateful to those who helped us dash across the village to get more supplies! Including the £5,500 raised at FieldFest 2017 we will in total have donated £22,500 of additional funding to St Peter’s School this year. How brilliant, and all down to our parents, teachers, fabulous volunteers, with amazing support from the local community and of course the pupils. Melissa Pieri, St Peter’s CE Primary PTA

THEATRE COMPANY AUDITIONS The 2018 new year production by the Henfield Theatre Company (staged from 4th - 6th January 2018) will be the hit musical, Anne of Green Gables. Auditions will be held in The Henfield Hall on Thursday 7th September, 7.30pm and Sunday 10th September, 2.30pm. There will be a chance to get to know the music at two sing-throughs (2.30pm, 3rd September at the Free Church Hall and 7.30pm on 4th September, The Henfield Hall). For audition pieces or further information please contact the director, Lesley Barnes (lesleybarnes39@yahoo.co.uk) or the musical director, Jane Haines (j.ehaines@btinternet.com). There are singing and non-singing parts for a wide range of ages – why not give it a try? Martin Love

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HART UPDATE We are an independent charity which supports the Sussex Ambulance Service by aiming to provide a quick response to emergency calls in Henfield and the surrounding area. During the last quarter, we have continued to attend 999 calls at the request of the ambulance service, providing care prior to the arrival of the ambulance. Calls attended during the last quarter included 23 Cat A calls - these are serious, potentially lifethreatening conditions where speed of response may be critical. There were 13 Cat C calls - these are calls where the patient is deemed not to have an immediately life threatening condition, but does require an assessment by an ambulance clinician or transport to hospital, and 5 trauma calls where an injury has been sustained following an accident. HART would like to thank the local community for their continued support. None of what we do could happen without the generosity of those living and working in and around Henfield and we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to you all. If you would like to know where all the local Public Access Defibrillators are located go to: www.henfieldresponders.org.uk. We would like to thank Mike Ainscough for the time and effort he has given to building our new website. Anne Pryor

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LEONARDSLEE GARDENS TO OPEN AGAIN IN 2018 South African based entrepreneur Penny Streeter OBE has acquired the 200 acre Leonardslee estate at Lower Beeding, near Horsham in West Sussex, with plans to restore and upgrade the site and open it to the public on 1st March 2018. Before they were closed to public access in 2010, the landscaped woodland gardens attracted some 50,000 visitors a year. They were first planted in 1801 and are noted for the outstanding spring displays of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, magnolias and bluebells. Penny Streeter is the owner of the Benguela Collection vineyards and hospitality group. It includes the 400 acre Mannings Heath Golf Course and Wine Estate, located eight miles from Leonardslee, and Benguela Cove vineyard in South Africa, as well as four restaurants and a hotel on the Garden Route. “We will restore the gardens to their former glory and create new facilities on site, including tea rooms and dining facilities, as a major local attraction for families, wedding groups and others. It complements our golf and entertainment facilities at Mannings Heath, where we are developing a wine destination, bringing in our wines from South Africa and cultivating on site a new 35-acre vineyard for English sparkling wine,” says Penny Streeter. Katrien Schepens

HENFIELD HAVEN PATRONS Henfield Haven is pleased to announce the addition of three further patrons. We elected Karyn Bailey, Jeremy’s of Henfield, (who kindly provide all our fresh fruit and vegetables) and the Garden Volunteer Group. They join Nigel Parsons Builders, Tim Anscombe Associates (the Anniversary Concert) and Rushfields Plant Centre (who provide all our flowers and fruit trees). Digby Stephenson 1 4 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

It is with the heaviest of hearts that we closed Full of Beans on Friday 11th August. We closed because we have pressing family commitments that can wait no longer. Thanks to you all, Full of Beans has been a roaring success and if you are at all interested, the business is indeed for sale. We would like to politely direct all enquiries to Stevens Estate Agents. Thanks again for the tremendous loyalty you have shown Full of Beans. Linda, Ollie, Sarah, Louis and Poppy will miss you. We hope to see you again very soon. Linda Weatherill

H.J. BURT CELEBRATE 130 YEARS WITH LOCAL PRIMARY SCHOOLS Local Estate Agents H.J. Burt are delighted to have been invited to provide both Steyning Primary School and St. Peter’s Primary School in Henfield with their innovative new Reading Huts. The idea has been formulated to encourage children to enjoy reading in a peaceful and pleasant environment. Both schools also participated in a ‘My Home’ drawing competition and prizes were awarded by H.J. Burt to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed entries per year group. The winning entries are displayed at the Steyning and Henfield offices. This forms part of H.J. Burt’s continued support of the local community over the last 130 years. Robert Turner

HENFIELD FENCING RAISES MONEY FOR THE HAVEN We had a great time at the Henfield Summer Fayre despite the weather and raised £60 for The Haven with our ‘how many fixtures in the jar’ competition. Many thanks to everyone who visited our stand and supported the Haven. Amazingly our 1st prize winner was only 56 out, with a guess of 3,628. 1st prize went to Dani Kaelin, 2nd Brian Muzeen, 3rd Dawn Moore. Melissa Stepney For more news go to... www.henfieldbn5.co.uk

SEPTEMBER 2017 | News morning with friends, a pamper party, dinner party or even a Halloween party – make it as sophisticated or as silly as you like! The Big Get Together is the perfect way to celebrate a special person, on a special date, in a way that is fitting to celebrate their life whilst enjoying the company of your friends and family. The annual cost of providing all of the care services at St Barnabas House is currently over £6 million a year, and only 21p in every pound of those costs is covered by statutory funding. Funds raised through The Big Get Together will make a huge difference. Visit www.TheBigGetTogether.org.uk/stb KAY’S CHARITY HAIR CUT My name is Kay Ellis and I have lived in Henfield Sam Skilton for 6 years. When she was 3, my granddaughter HENFIELD’S FESTIVAL OF Alyssa was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and has been in and out of hospital GARDENS AND ARTS since that day. The Festival of Gardens and Art have passed on to I decided to cut my hair for charity, The Little its three chosen charities (the Warren Playgroup, Princess Trust which supports children and young Henfield Youth Club and Henfield Library) the people with hair loss. On 15th July, two days before monies donated by visitors and participants in my granddaughter’s fourth birthday, I had my hair this popular festival. Each charity has been sent a cut at Pinks in Henfield. The ponytail and a sum of cheque for £500 and should more trickle in this will be also be passed on. money will be sent to The Little Princess Trust. Children with cancer have shared care between In addition to this, over the weekend, collections the Marsden and their local hospital, in case of for the other charities raised £7,264.69. This illness and usually end up in isolation because of money was raised by those who opened their infection. Often, the local hospitals get overlooked gardens and venues and who preferred to collect for charitable funds. For this reason, I decided for a charity of their own choosing. to include the Children’s Oncology Unit & main We thank all those who participated and sponsored paediatric inpatient ward, at St. Peter’s Hospital in us, helping us to make this event a great success. Chertsey, Alyssa’s home town. The organising committee is soon to begin the Finally, if there is enough money, l hoped to allocate process of planning the 2018’s Festival event, some for Alyssa herself, to put towards a holiday during which time it will consider any changes at the end of treatment, which continues until to the format. We welcome feedback: www. December 2018. When Alyssa was diagnosed, henfieldgardensandarts.net/contact. Our AGM her mum had to cancel the beach holiday they takes place on 6th November and we welcome all had been looking forward to. She also ended up in the garden owners. The meeting will start at 8pm, hospital during a short family holiday to the Isle of venue will be advised. Wight; I feel she deserves a break. Next year’s festival takes place on 9th / 10th June. At time of writing, we have raised nearly £2,000 Kenneth McIntosh and I am overwhelmed by the generosity of family and friends. If you would like to make a donation, please visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/ Kay-Ellis - any donations will be greatly received. Kay Ellis

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RICHWARDS AT THE FAYRE The Richwards Estate Agents team had great fun at the Henfield Village Fayre despite the weather! We chose to support ‘Team Daisy’ via Chestnut Tree House with a range of family competitions, a raffle, face painting for children and a Pimms jug providing constant refreshment for the grown ups. Simon Anckorn of Richwards said. “It did get pretty wet out there, but it was marvellous to see so many people entering into the spirit of it all and digging into their pockets to support the Fayre and also generously supporting our chosen charity ‘Team Daisy’. Let’s hope it’s a bit drier next time!” Justine Hudson

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This year we decided to play our own competitions all on one day. We booked the Hall for all day on Sunday 9th April, and what a success it was! During the morning we played singles games, 16 in all, until we had two finalists. In the afternoon, we played in pairs. The singles final was between Jill Flower, our Vice-Captain, and Mike Johnson, our Match Secretary, with Mike becoming the Club Champion. The pairs final was between Jill, again, with Don Parsons against Les Berrett and myself. A close game with Les delivering a very accurate last wood to win it for us. We are indebted to John, our Captain, and Mike for organising such a well-run event. Mike had to rearrange the order of play more than once. His timing of the games worked out just right. At the end of June, we finished our season with an excellent buffet lunch. We presented all the trophies and medals and had a really fine finish to a successful season. Unfortunately, during the season, we lost several of our older cherished members. This means we are now able to invite you to join us. Several younger players have done so recently and are really enjoying playing this frustrating game. We play every Friday morning (out of the rain) in the Henfield Hall from September until June. Do come and see us – any Friday morning – come for a coffee and a warm welcome. Derek Rogers

THE LADIES EMPORIUM AT HENFIELD MUSEUM Our new exhibit, ‘The Ladies Emporium’ has opened in Henfield Museum. Come in and see a case bursting with lace trimmed undergarments, hat pins, shoes, bonnets and fine embroidery and a gorgeous bead encrusted Edwardian lilac evening dress. There are ‘modesty panels’, which women wore to cover a too low neckline, bright purple stockings and bright purple gloves. Hand sewn combinations hang near to a fluffy black feather boa and a white lace shawl sits beside a flowing black lace cape. There are sparkling evening shoes, some with shoe trees to keep them in shape. Some of the shoes belonged to Miss Lucy Bishop, who began the collections that became the museum. The museum is very fortunate to have some original mementos of Henfield shops from long ago. Included in the case are two pieces of shop wrapping paper from ‘Cordery Bros. Drapers and Outfitters’ of ‘Old Bank House High Street Henfield’ and a hat brush from ‘Tobitt and Sons, Outfitters, Henfield.’ For more news go to... www.henfieldbn5.co.uk

SEPTEMBER 2017 | News For those of us old enough to remember £sd the ‘Sale Price 6/11’ sign from Cordery Bros will raise a smile. The display has lots to spot and plenty to see, so do come and have a look. The museum is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings from 10am-12pm. Wednesday from 2.304.30pm and Saturday afternoon from 2.30- 4pm. Stephanie Richards.

CHARITY CEILILDH On Friday 13th October from 7.30-11pm a charity Ceilidh will be held in The Henfield Hall. Tickets are £10 for adults and £5 for children and will include supper. Drinks can be purchased from a fully licensed bar. The Unreel Ceilidh Band will accompany the dancers. They have a great reputation for creating barn-storming nights to remember. The dances are bouncy and fun so get practising your toe and heel and come and join the party! Tickets will be available from Henfield Furnishings, 01273 492204 or contact David Phillipson at the Henfield Hall 01273 493365. They are also available at henfieldhall@btinternet.com. All proceeds from this event are going towards the Henfield Hall Refurbishment Fund. Amanda Toft



Henfield Lions have generously donated more money for St Peters Primary School to buy Seahorses a colourful rug for their classroom, just like Puffins. Henfield Lions said; “Having provided Puffins Class with a rug to celebrate Lions International’s Centenary earlier this year, we hadn’t realised that there are in fact two classes in Key Stage One. So, we decided to provide a similar rug for Puffins Class. Both classes seemed thrilled with the rugs which give them a pleasant place to sit during many activities.” Mrs Whinder, Class Teacher, commented that it was a lovely rug, particularly because it has 30 bugs on it, meaning all children have a bug to sit on during carpet time. Comments from the children were: ‘It’s really comfy because its fluffy’ (Arthur), ‘I like it because it is really colourful’ (Jessica), ‘I like it because it is big and it fits us all on’ (Martha), ‘It is good because it has loads of animals and insects’ (Rory).

Voting is now open for food and drink lovers across the county to ensure their favourite food and drink heroes have their chance to reach the grand finals in the 12th annual Sussex Food and Drink Awards at www.sussexfoodawards.biz. Albourne Estate and Bedlam Brewery near Henfield hosted the Big Reveal where the top ten in each category were announced by BBC Sussex radio presenter Danny Pike. Sussex Food Producer of the Year, sponsored by Southern Co-op, includes Ginger’s Kitchen in Partridge Green, Just Brownies in Shipley, Springs’ Smokery, in Edburton and The Raw David Pryor Chocolate Company in Henfield. Sussex Drink Producer of the Year, sponsored by Natural PR, includes Bedlam Brewery in Albourne and Wobblegate in Bolney. Sussex Food Shop of the Year, sponsored by Wealden District Council, includes Rushfields Farm Shop in Poynings and The Sussex Produce Company in Steyning. Sussex Butcher of the Year, sponsored by RP Meats Wholesale Ltd, includes both Garlic Wood Butchery and Steyning Butchers in Steyning. Don’t forget to vote before 19th September at www.sussexfoodawards.biz. Paula Seager

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News | SEPTEMBER 2017 The event finished with a ceremony of medals and certificates given to all the children taking part, as well as presentations to our school leavers. This was followed by a family picnic. Dove Nursery would like to send best wishes to all our school leavers. Vivian Ruffett


DOVE NURSERY NEWS Dove Nursery enjoyed a sunny sports day! Family and friends joined us for our special day, it is an annual event where the children celebrate the end of term and say good bye to the children going to school. The school leavers had chosen their favourite songs to sing to the parents, followed by our French Boules championship, a popular event with the children. Mini traditional races followed and we ended with our own unique ‘posy race’ where the children lined up in front of a parent and ran with a posy of flowers to give them to say thank you for supporting us!

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Our annual outing has come around again, it always amazes me how quickly the year flies by. We set off to Eastbourne again this year by popular demand. The sky was overcast as we left Henfield but brightened the nearer we got to our destination which was the Burlington Hotel, where we had a very nice lunch. After our meal, we set off to walk along the pier and the prom to admire the lovely flower beds. It was rather breezy but at least the sun was shining. There is a great deal of organising to arrange these trips, as a lot of us aren’t as young as we used to be so need the use of a wheelchair. Our grateful thanks go to Mo Michie and Maureen Dexter and their many volunteer helpers. We arrived back in Henfield at 4.30pm after a successful day out which I am sure everyone enjoyed. If anyone has suggestion of where we can go in the future, please don’t be afraid to let us know. Betty Warden

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SEPTEMBER 2017 | News or just ‘Christmas Shop’. The return cost is £17.50. The coach is run specifically for the Community on a non-profit basis and your continued support will help us continue these enjoyable day trips to London. The Coach Company has allocated us a lovely new coach, with refreshment facilities and toilet. Do join us for a super day out in our Capital City. Book early by phoning Gill on 0771 3161343 for tickets and more information. Chris Harris

BEDLAM PORTER – NAMED BEST CASK PORTER IN THE SOUTH EAST Bedlam Brewery, who are based in Albourne and recently supported fundraising for Henfield Youth Club at the Summer Show as part of the BN5 Raffle, have won ‘Best Cask Porter’ in the SIBA South East Independent Beer Awards. The prestigious awards, run by the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) at the Tonbridge Juddians Beer Festival in Kent, are judged by brewers and beer experts and seen very much as the ‘brewers choice’ awards in the industry. Commenting on the results was SIBA Chairman Buster Grant of Brecon Brewing, who presented the awards, “The South East is a fast growing and vibrant beer scene and the beers in the competition reflected exactly that, with some fantastic beers entered across a diverse range of categories.” Sally O’Connor


RAMBLES WITH A CAMERA A book of local photographs entitled ‘Here And There In Henfield: Rambles with a camera in and around a West Sussex village’ is now available at Henfield Museum at the cost of £10 each, as well as in Village Care. For more information please visit henfieldthenandnow.net.

Mike Ainscough Our Autumn trip to London this year is on Thursday 23rd November. As usual, the coach will FOOTBALL FOR leave Henfield Post Office Bus Stop at 8.45am and TOTS leave London, from the rear of the Waldorf Hotel, The new football season Aldwych at 6.15pm. This is a great opportunity to attend a Theatre is upon us and so is the matinee performance, visit a museum or exhibition new term of Kickit. Set up by Sam Witherden and Andrew Serby (both FA Level 1 qualified KILN DRIED LOGS coaches, FA recognised, for collection safeguarded, trained first • 9 kg nets @ £5.50 each aiders and DBS checked). • 13 kg nets @ £8.50 each Based at Henfield Youth Club, we concentrate on teaching boys and girls aged 3-5 • 13kg nets x10 @ £8.00 each years-old the very basics of football, from passing • Kindling £6.00 a bag to shooting and most importantly having fun. The All logs hardwood under 15% moisture. sessions have gone from strength to strength since we started in 2015. The sessions take place Open 6 days 8am – 6 pm (closed Monday) on Saturdays between 9-10am and cost £4, first Muddleswood Farm Brighton Rd, Newtimber, session free. To register your child, please email Hurstpierpoint, BN6 9BP (on B2118). us at kickit442@hotmail.com. 01273 833500 Sam Witherden

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News | SEPTEMBER 2017 2pm on Mondays and 7pm on Thursdays. We play 6 games per session (which lasts approximately 2 hours) with a tea break after 3 games. We are looking to increase our membership (which is free) and are happy to teach you how to play. Each session costs £3. Please come and see us or phone 01273 967410 or email twimcam31824@ hotmail.co.uk any time. John Williams



On Wednesday, 13th September between 7.459.45pm, we are holding an open rehearsal at Steyning Grammar School, School Lane, Steyning, (near the Steyning Centre). This is an opportunity for potential new members to try us out. You may be an experienced singer, haven’t sung for years, or just want to give it a go; there are no auditions and we are coached as we go along. Our next concert is in December when we will be performing Brahms’ German Requiem with Hurstpierpoint Choral Society, professional soloists and a full orchestra. Singing in a choir can give you a real buzz, so why not come along for the open rehearsal and afterwards you can chat to members of the choir over a glass of wine. For more information, or to let us know you are coming, email Christine Tarry at christine.tarry@ btinternet.com or call her on 01903 815467. www. chanctonburychorus.org.

If you’re looking to play or just want to give it a try, come and join us for our pre-season training. Don’t worry if you haven’t played before, there are plenty of experienced players on hand to help guide you. We are currently training at 7.30pm on Steyning Memorial Field and all abilities are welcome. Once the season starts we will move training to Steyning Leisure Centre. Steyning has had a rugby club for nearly 25 years, playing in the Sussex Leagues at various levels since 1993. We are a community focused club with the aim of playing social but competitive rugby with our senior men’s side, as well as engaging and encouraging players of all abilities and ages to get involved and stay fit while enjoying themselves. We also promote a fun and welcoming social side. Theresa Gilsenan If you have any questions please don’t hesitate WILL WRITING APPEAL to contact us, via Facebook – steyningrugby or call Jon (Captain) 07719 153971 or Richard (Vice Throughout October, a number of local solicitors have generously agreed to offer appointments to Captain) 07843 242710. write or update Wills, in return for a donation to St Charley Douglass Barnabas House Hospice. Bookings need to be made directly with your THE HIDDEN COST OF chosen solicitor during October 2017. When you CONVENIENCE book your appointment please quote ‘St Barnabas On Sunday 1st October, 2-4pm, join Alan Cooke House Will Writing Appeal.’ IPHM at The Henfield Club for a public information You will need to make your donation at your first event about the detrimental effects of pulsed appointment. You can do this by cheque (made microwave radiation (mobile phones, masts, wifi, payable to ‘St Barnabas House’) or by providing smart meters etc) on physical and mental health, us with your debit/credit card details. Your solicitor wildlife and the environment. will forward your payment information onto us. Tickets are free of charge from The Henfield Club While you do not have to leave a gift in your Will, and Cornerweighs but there are limited places it is worth remembering the care of 1 in 4 of St available. ukradiation@gmail.com 01403 251733. Barnabas House patients are funded by gifts in Alan Cooke Wills. Your support could make a big difference. Find out more at www.stbh.uk/willwritingappeal or CRIBBAGE CLUB contact 01903 706351 or wills@stbh.org.uk. If you are interested in playing Cribbage, please join us at Maidment Court, Henfield, where we hold Sam Skilton a Cribbage Club twice a week. It takes place at 2 0 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

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SEPTEMBER 2017 | News HENFIELD GARDEN CLUB Henfield Garden Club are delighted to announce that Roy Lancaster, the well-known and popular TV and radio presenter, will be coming to Henfield on the evening of 3rd October 2017! Roy will be joining us at The Henfield Hall for a talk ‘My Life with Plants’, and we look forward to being entertained with interesting stories from his life of gardening. Roy will be bringing along copies of his new book ‘My Life with Plants’ to offer at a discount to our members - a book which has been described as “his most autobiographical book to date.” This talk is free to Garden Club members, and tickets for non-members (£5) are available from Jasmines Flower Shop in Henfield High Street prior to the meeting; or phone 01273 492483 to obtain tickets by post. If you’d like to join the very popular Henfield Garden Club before the end of September (thereby saving the £5 ticket cost), there is a modest annual membership of only £10 or £15 for a couple at the same address - contact jbs@backsettown.co.uk; or ring 01273 493900. We are holding a New Members evening on Friday 29th September. Outings and speakers are now being finalised for 2018, so watch this space! Stephanie Weeden

are on Monday evenings, starting at 7.30pm, from September through to May, and on alternate Tuesday mornings the ‘Coffee Club’ meets at various locations. For more information, please email info@ steyningcc.org.uk or visit www.steyningcc.org.uk. Alan Cross


The Annual Ashurst Fair and Fun Dog Show is to be held on Sunday 3rd September 2017 at the Recreation Ground in Ashurst from 12pm. There will be fun for all the family including lots of country stalls, a now famous ‘Silent Auction’ with great prizes, archery, welly wanging, terrier racing and of course the ever popular Ashurst Fun Dog Show, with classes for everyone. A fun dog agility course is also a feature of the show with competitors coming from far and wide. Once again there will be our wonderful tea & cakes stall run by the Artisan Bakehouse team, a great barbecue, bar & Pimms stall all of which will make sure that you don’t go hungry or thirsty! Come and join us for what, as always, promises to be a wonderful afternoon. The show opens at 12pm with Dog Show classes starting at 1pm. All proceeds go to the new Ashurst Village Hall (Tel: 01403 711036 for further details.) For stall STEYNING CAMERA CLUB bookings please contact 01403 710585 (new stalls Steyning Camera Club, established in 1972, is welcome by arrangement). one of the most lively, friendly and successful Mandy Hedley photographic clubs in the south of England. HENFIELD FRIENDS OF ST. Photographers of all abilities are welcomed. Activities include presentations, competitions, BARNABAS HOUSE and workshops. Members also enjoy a variety of We are delighted to say that the recent Henfield group trips to places of interest or special events, Street Collection raised just over £550. The next and can contribute to Club exhibitions in the area. meeting of The Friends is on Thursday 21st Visitors to the Club are welcome to attend selected September at 7.30pm in the Free Church Hall. Do talks for a nominal entrance fee. come along, we are always looking for fresh ideas The Club meets at The Village Hall, High Street, for fund raising. Upper Beeding, BN44 3WN. Regular meetings Peggy & Fred McComas

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n a beautiful sunny day in August I joined some of Henfield Haven’s newest (and youngest) supporters, the ‘Mini Haven’ group, as they opened their new wooden playhouse in the Haven garden. Ella helped Digby Stephenson from The Haven to cut the ribbon and much excitement ensued as Ella and her friends investigated the new playhouse. Face-painting and a toy stall in aid of the Haven attracted a flurry of attention while mums, dads and carers enjoyed a coffee and a chat in the sunshine. The idea of utilising the beautiful Haven garden in this way came from a chance visit during Gardens and Arts weekend by Beckie Devlin and Kate Wilson. After chatting with friends Michelle Taylor and Jo Penfold, the group of St Peter’s mums came upon the idea of using The Haven as a coffee stop-off after the school run, somewhere their pre-school children could play safely in a lovely outside space. It seems great minds think alike, at the time of the group’s small fundraising campaign for the playhouse, a Channel 4 programme ‘Old People’s Home for 4 year Olds’ was being aired. It was all about the introduction of a nursery class to a care home, with some fascinating results for both the children and adults. The idea struck a chord; the full amount was raised within two weeks and with the blessing of The Haven committee and Impact Initiatives (who run the centre) work got underway. Tony Westwood built the base while Tom Wilson and Chris Knox constructed the wooden shell.

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It’s small but perfectly formed; giving the children somewhere to enjoy some creative play. Members of the Haven Allotment Group have offered to donate some watering cans for the playhouse to encourage some constructive gardening! Michelle said; “The Haven is for everyone, of all ages, and we hope the Mini Haven will help to raise awareness of the work of the Haven with dementia patients and in combating loneliness. The garden is ideal for the spring and summer months, we’re very focussed on being considerate of the Haven user’s presence. Having the children around brings light and laughter and we can see many positive possibilities.” Digby said, “One of our remits is to remove the concept of The Haven as ‘a place for older people’. Introducing different generations in this way is wonderful for us and really helps to break down the barriers and stigma which can be associated with dementia. There are some great courses, events and drop-ins at the Haven, or you can just pop in for lunch or coffee. Everyone is welcome and we’re really pleased to see the garden being used in this way.” “Martha asks if we can ‘go to the garden’, it’s lovely that she enjoys playing with her friends here,” said Beckie. “We understand more about the work of the Haven since we’ve been visiting and it’s great to introduce our friends to this wonderful place. It can only be positive for everyone.” www.henfieldhub.com/the-mini-haven Emma Osman B N5 M AG AZ I NE | 2 7

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ell the weather wasn’t quite up to scratch for this years Henfield Summer Fayre & Show, but the rain didn’t deter the hundreds of people who showed up on the day to enjoy traditional village summer entertainment! Whilst the inclement weather was disappointing and inevitably affected some of the activities, it was lovely to see so many people refusing to let it ruin their enjoyment of the day. Rain coats, wellies and umbrellas were out in force and when the rain got really bad, people just took shelter in the tea and beer tents, both of which provided a very welcome respite, whilst the wonderful Patcham Silver Band kept up a steady stream of cheerful tunes which kept everyone’s spirits up. Although the rain meant that the climbing wall had to be closed for safety reasons, it didn’t prevent the duck herding or birds of prey demonstrations from taking place - both were extremely entertaining and popular, particularly with the children. Big congratulations to all those wonderful dogs (and their owners) who braved the weather to take part in the Dog Show which was organised by the Henfield Lions and supported by HJ Burt & Son. As always, Jonathan Underwood of Hawthorn Vets did a marvellous job of judging. Henfield local charities and clubs were well represented and there were plenty of stalls to peruse and support. 2 8 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

The Show Tent is always a delight and this year was no exception with plenty of entries on all categories. There are too many winners to mention here, but special mention goes to the winners of the children categories: Erin Lucking won the Budgens Cup, Miss E Brazier won the Richwards Estate Agents Cup, Fiona Wilson won the Triflow Engineering Cup and Harrison Clowe won the BN5 Magazine Cup. Finally, the Henfield Summer Fayre & Show would not happen without the support of our fabulous local businesses and the dedication of a number of hard-working individuals. Huge thanks go to this years’ sponsors: Rushfields Plant Centre; Coles Automotive; Accountancy & Business Matters; HJ Burt; Marcus Grimes; PHB Contractors, and Swains Farm. And the grateful thanks of the village also goes to the following individuals and organisations for their continuing commitment and enthusiasm: Mike Morgan; Nigel Yeo; Henfield Parish Council; Hazel Grant; Woodmancote & Henfield and Wild Violets WI’s; Henfield Garden Club; Henfield Flower Club; Henfield Lions and the BP Guild. Bring on the Henfield Summer Fayre & Show 2019 - only let’s hope the weather is slightly better! Sarah Butler

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BN5 MAGAZINE would like to thank all those local businesses who contributed to the fantastic hampers which were raffled off on the day in aid of Henfield Youth Club: A&B Matters; Alan Woodward; Al Baddar; Bedlam Brewery; Budgens; Camelia Botnar; Dark Star; Fisher’s Farm; Hamfelds; Hartleys; Harveys; Henfield Furnishing; Henfield Holistics; Heritage Products; Little Things; Lloyds Pharmacy; Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate; Marthas Barn; Natasha’s; North Park Farm; Pinks; Rushfields; Sharkeys; Singing Hills; Southdowns Galleries; Stan’s Bike Shack; Sussex Osteopath; Taste Deli; Tisserand; Village Care; and Wickwoods. There was a constant stream of people visiting the BN5 magazine tent to purchase raffle tickets which came with the added incentive of the beautiful Henfield cotton shopper designed by Helen Boosey. By the end of the day, despite the rain, we had raised a whopping £1,093! We are still raising money through the sale of the Henfield shopper which can be found in Village Care and Jeremy’s for just £2, every penny of which goes to fund Henfield Youth Club.

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There are excellent catering facilities, a licensed bar with numerous local beers, many trade stands and demonstrations and the annual raffle which is usually a sell-out with its many prizes. All-in-all there is much to see and do – with entry is £6 per adult with children under 14 free, it makes a great day out for all the family. Come along, support and enjoy! Rowan Allan The Society has been holding Shows for over 140 years and is very pro-active in promoting the interests of the local farming community, including holding an ex-

tensive range of Field Competitions through the year. The winners of the Best Farmed Farms this year were David Exwood of Westons Farm, Itchingfield and TJ & JJ Binnington of Thakeham Farms, Thakeham. The overall winner of the Best Whole Farm Conservation Policy was W.D. Passmore & Sons at Applesham Farm, Coombes near Steyning. This year the Society are pleased to continue their new Bursary Scheme launched three years ago to assist candidates working or living in the Society’s area and keen to pursue a career in agriculture. The last winners were Kobe Hedgehock studying at Plumpton and Toby DeBaerdemaecker attending a forestry training course.

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I awoke at 5am after an incredibly refreshing one and half hours sleep, rubbed the condensation off my face and was pleasantly surprised to see sunlight streaming into the tent. There was then a strange period of juxtaposition as despite the gentle warmth of the sun, I could hear a very loud and obvious deposition of liquid onto our humble shelter. Bleary eyed, I stumbled out to see that a dog had given us the honour of selecting our tent over several others to urinate upon. Bizarrely, my first instinct wasn’t to shoo it away, but rather I found myself thinking, “that’s a very healthy stream of urine there – no blood, not turbid, not to dark, not too light….”. Don’t worry, I didn’t go to the trouble of getting a sample for further analysis, instead I gently encouraged the hound away from our abode, managing to fall over about 3 guy ropes in the process! What this experience did remind me (other than the fact that dog urine doesn’t add to the smell of a damp tent) is how useful the analysis of urine is for many conditions. Urinalysis gives valuable indication into metabolic function such as the health of liver and kidneys and is a great tool to assess for diabetes. We can diagnose infections, tumours and crystal formation via urine microscopy as well as performing bacterial cultures if required. A

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The Tender Process


ubmitting a tender is common practice for businesses supplying goods or services to the public sector. Becoming increasingly common is submitting a tender for business in the private sector. On a very simplistic level, you expect to quote for a job or to explain in writing why you should be given the business. But more formal tenders often apply to bigger jobs or for supply contracts spread over time. Even if you do not win the work, writing a tender can clarify your aims, strengths and weaknesses. It raises your profile with the customer and helps you learn about customers’ needs. You can find out about upcoming contracts and tender opportunities by building contacts with potential customers and by looking at the local and national press, as well as the trade and professional publications in your business sector. Opportunities might arise through networking and picking up ‘intelligence’ from other businesses. Preparing tenders can help you to win big orders, but it can also be time-consuming, cost money and tie up valuable resources. You should obtain the bid documents and go through them line by line. Ensure that you can match the technical, skill and experience requirements. Evaluate how much it will cost, in £ and time, to prepare the bid. Ask yourself whether the work will fit in with your strategy and positioning of your business. Estimate the costs of fulfilling the contract and whether the return is sufficient. Assess how the contract would affect your other work, staffing and ability to take on other new business. You should also consider how important the potential customer is to your business. Is this a good potential client or one you do not want to offend by not tendering? Try to understand things from the client’s point of view. Many potential clients will be happy to chat things through on an informal basis, before you decide to bid. Do not be afraid to ask for a face-to-face meeting or a telephone chat. You should always raise questions by phone or email if the tender documents are unclear for any reason. Once you have decided to tender, you should decide who collates the necessary information and does the research as well as agree on who writes and checks the bid presentation. Always focus on the client - talk about their needs and how you can solve their problems. When you

speak about yourself, it is to prove you have the skills, experience and organisation to fulfil the client’s requirements. Think outside the box and come up with innovative ideas - from alternative ways of doing things to how to tackle possible worries about future maintenance and staffing implications. Value for money and not price alone, decides most bids. Emphasise business benefits, service improvements, risk reduction, low maintenance, quality, reliability, previous satisfied customers etc. It is about helping to ease your client’s workload by relieving them of a burdensome contract. Information within your tender can be disclosed at any time in the future under the Freedom of Information Act. This gives anyone (including your competitors) the general right to see information held by public authorities - including the information in your tender. Therefore you should clearly indicate which information is commercially confidential. If the information is particularly sensitive, you might want to ask for a non-disclosure agreement to be part of any negotiations. Show you have the resources to do the work and a feasible, cost-effective way to meet the client’s needs, to meet deadlines and to respond flexibly to changing situations. Address the potential financial, commercial and legal risks that could cause contract failure. Give details of your team, emphasise their strengths, qualifications and experience. Clients will expect you to summarise your work as a contractor, your past experience and credentials for this job, to explain how you will carry out the work, and how and when the client’s aims will be achieved. You should explain the benefits and value-for-money of your bid, you should detail when and how goods and services are to be delivered, and provide a timetable. You must demonstrate your team’s skills, experience of similar work and their responsibilities if you were to win the contract. You should explain how you will manage the project and provide details of your pricing and any aftercare arrangements within the price. Be practical and identify potential problems without promising what is clearly impossible for you to deliver. Ensure your tender document matches the bid specification and answers all its questions. Summarise your bid and why it answers the client’s needs. Write this last, but put it at the beginning of your tender. Include a covering letter that responds to the bid

invitation, summarises your main message and explains how the documents are organised. Keep sentences and paragraphs short, punchy and businesslike, use bullet points and headings to break up text. Decide on a consistent typeface, layout and type size - not too small. Make sure everything is standardised. Read everything again. Then get a colleague to read it - for meaning, typing mistakes and omissions. Use appendices for supporting additional information. Have a front cover with project title, date, name of the organisation requesting the tender, and that of your own business. Include a contents page, number paragraphs so material can be easily located and consider getting it bound at a print shop. Either hand deliver personally or courier the required number of copies of the final tender document to ensure it arrives! Follow up with a courtesy telephone call to confirm safe receipt and to demonstrate your personal concern and involvement. If ultimately your bid fails, ensure you learn for next time by asking for feedback on your tender. Good luck!

For further advice on this or other business issues contact Paul Samrah on: psamrah@kingstonsmith.co.uk or 01737 781 546

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