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SEPTEMBER 2012 | Contents

07 What’s on listings

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14 News

from the BN5 area

26

Countryside

Knepp Castle Estate

28 Local interest

Hopfest from Dark Star

32 Local interest

Homelands Equestrian

28

45 Local interest 61 Business Profile Emma Dale dog trainer

with Cleve Shapcott

32

63 Finance with Nsure

64 Business

from Paul Samrah

45

66 Index

of advertisers

Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Paul Samrah, Richard Cohen, Mandy Shaw and Mike Beardall. Cover photograph with the kind permission of Alice Scobie. BN5 magazine is printed by Evonprint in Small Dole on 100% FSC approved managed forests paper and is printed using vegetable-based inks.

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Editor’s LETTER

An Indian summer, maybe? we’re hoping for some bonus sunny days this September, the nights get slightly chillier but there’s still time to enjoy a few barbeques before summer draws to a close. Alice Scobie, who took a beautiful autumnal picture for one of our BN5 covers last year, took this lovely summer’s evening cover shot in Henfield. I love the light in Alice’s pictures, there is some real energy in her pictures. Thank you for allowing us to use your picture again Alice. We’ve featured Knepp Castle in this issue, Sir Charles Burrell has been working to create a habitat in which a commercially successful business can work alongside an ecologically sustainable environment for wildlife. It’s interesting to see how Knepp is working with the community. Heading north to Partridge Green, the wonderful Dark Star Brewery have plans afoot for their first ever ‘festival’ - Hopfest. If you love beer, Dark Star are the chaps for you. Intensely passionate about their craft, with an award-winning end product. Don’t miss Hopfest, even if you’re not keen on drinking beer Dark Star can teach you to cook with it! We’ve turned into social-media-types; you can now keep up to date with BN5 magazine on our facebook page, a precursor to our website which will be arriving very soon. Find out more on page 12. Enjoy September, just don’t mention going back to school (yah-boo-sucks).

Copy Deadline

Copy deadline for any advertisement or editorial submission for the October 12 issue of BN5 magazine is Friday 31 August. For editorial submissions email Emma Osman editor@bn5magazine.co.uk or just call us for a chat on 01273 494002.

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | What’s on

Friday 31 August

Thursday 6

Age UK Friday Club

Red Oaks Care Home, 11.30am4.45pm (& every Fri)

prizes to 3rd place, trophy to best in show. Stalls, BBQ, homemade cakes, and have-a-go agility. 01273 Rhyme Time Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45 (& 833211 / 07818416664.

Lunch, exercises, discussions, St Andrew’s Church newspapers, quizzes, garden- Theatre Supper ing and hairdressing. Call 01903 Paythorne Farm, Fulking, 6.30pm 879916 or email clubsmanager@ The Rather Average Theatre Comageukhorshamdistrict.org.uk pany perform ‘The Fat Lady Sings’ in aid of St Andrew’s Church. TickLittle Fishes St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (& every Fri) ets £15 each (includes welcome drink and supper) from Jane Warne Meet for singing, stories and lots of (07812465559). play, including a drink and a biscuit.

Monday 3

RSPCA v Henfield FC charity match

Beetle Drive

every Thurs)

Free fun with music for pre-schoolers

Henfield unattached

White Hart, 11am-12 (& every 1st Thurs)

Ordinary people who get fed up with being alone due to bereavement or divorce. Just drop-in for good sympathetic company.

Thursday Circle

Henfield Free Church Hall, 2.30pm

Barbara & David Sayers will entertain us with tales of their train journeys in various parts of the world. Refreshments will be served. a BBQ at The Bell. Money raised £2. Contact Carol Rawlings on will be split between the RSPCA 07967 054742 or carol.rawlings@ Indigo Spiritual Connection saxonweald.com Woodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm and another charity. Spiritual Development. Contact Mindful Hours Nia Dance Maidment Court, 2-3pm (& every Fri) Sussex Osteo & Complementary 01273 844370/891173.

Maidment Court, 2.30pm (& Charity football match followed by Thursday 6 @ 7pm Fabian’s Way) Kings Field, Henfield, 6pm

Health Clinic, Hurstpierpoint,

Saturday 8

£4. Contact Carol Rawlings on 6.30-7.30pm (& every Mon). 07967 054742 or carol.rawlings@ Explore meditation and mindfulness. Breakfast at Free Church saxonweald.com £15. Call Nicola on 01444 819075. Free Church Hall, 9am Speaker consultant surgeon Mr Peter Wilson. Tickets from Church Buzz on the Common Chatterbox Book Shop, £5 or multiple £4.50. Henfield Common, 10am-12pm

Saturday 1 September Tuesday 4 Outdoor activities for kids 4-11 and dads including an obstacle course as well as all the normal fun. £2 for one adult and child and 50p for each extra child. Brunch included. Bring wellies if wet.

RAFA Shoreham Airshow Shoreham Airfield, from 8.30am (and Sun 2)

Free Church Hall, 9.30-11.30am

Breeze bike ride

Tai Chi

Albourne Village Show

Baby and pre-school group. £1.50 Henfield, 9-11am per family including refreshments. A 12 mile round leisurely trip HDC Health Walk through Lock Estate and Wiston Steyning, 11am Woods. Will include a tyre removal 2 mile stroll. Meet at Steyning Health and tube change session. Contact Centre. Call Linda on 01903 816865. Victoria@bicyclesnbuns.co.uk

Maidment Court, 2-3pm (& every Tues) Albourne Village Recreation Air displays will include Tornados, £4. Contact Carol Rawlings on Ground, 1-4.30pm Spitfire, Hurricanes, Lancaster as 07967 054742 or carol.rawlings@ well as parachutes displays and wing saxonweald.com walkers. See news item for more information, visit www.shorehamair- Indigo Spiritual Connection Woodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm show.co.uk or call 01273 441545. Mediumship Development. Contact 01273 844370/891173.

Sunday 2

BP Guild senior citizen outing & dinner

Free event for retiree’s in Henfield or the surrounding villages. Includes coach trip to mystery destination followed by four-course meal at Henfield Hall. Pick-up from various locations. To book a place, call into Barnard Bakers in Henfield, or call Dave Barnard on 01273 494831.

Fun Dog Show

Wednesday 5 Know Dementia

Henfield Village Hall, 2-7pm

Drop-in session to chat about issues around dementia. For more information see news section.

Henfield Lions Club

George Hotel, Henfield high Street (& every first Wed)

Vintage vehicle display, fun dog show, childrens games tent, apple pressing, craft tent, local produce exhibitions, refreshments and BBQ.

Steyning Music Society Steyning Centre, 7.30pm

Pianist Jong-Gyung Park gives a recital. Tickets from £2-£14 available from Steyning Bookshop. Call 01903 812062 / 01903 812662 or visit www.steyningmusicsociety.org

Sunday 9

The Balcombe Walk Victory Hall, Balcombe

Walk to show you care and raise money for St Catherine’s Hospice.

Wick Farm, Blackstone Lane, 10am We meet to discuss fundraising ac- Choice of four routes of 4, 6, 9 or 13

In Aid of the Gambia Horse and tivities, consider requests for assis- miles. Email barbaradryden@stch. Donkey Trust. Fun classes for ev- tance and organise social events. org.uk , visit www.stch.org.uk or call eryone. Rosettes to 6th place, New members very welcome. Call 01293 447319 for an entry form. David Pyror on 01273 494442.

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Thursday 13

Free Church Hall, 8pm

Henfield Community

Members of the public always welcome. Visit www.woodman- Coffee Morning St Peters Church,10.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.30am coteparishcouncil.co.uk Join us in St Peters Church for fresh Henfield History Group coffee and homemade cakes.

Sangboc Folk Club The Royal Oak, 8pm

Call Ian on 07957 433894.

Tuesday 11 Knit & Natter

Researching local history in West

Partnership AGM Rayner Court Lounge, Red Oaks, Sussex. Presented by Alan Read- Henfield Hall, 7pm man from West Sussex Records 10.30am-12pm A friendly group of ladies who knit Office. All welcome. Entry ÂŁ3, for charities. Thank you for the do- members by subscription. nations of wool received over the Charity Chuckle past months, it will all be gratefully Latest Music Bar, Brighton used. Call Jean on 493171. Headliner- Sam Savage (winner of Henfield Flower Club Funnyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Funny 2012) in aid of BritHenfield Hall, 2.15pm ish Heart Foundation. ÂŁ8/ÂŁ5. Call Demonstrator Lucinda Knapman; 01273 687171 or visit www.wegotBountiful Harvest. Memberâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ex- tickets.com/comedy/event/178925 hibit the same. Enquiries Jean Sinclair-Young 01273 492064.

Small Dole Tuesday Club Small Dole Village Hall, 7pm

Wednesday 12

Chanctonbury Chorus

Drama Room, Steyning Grammar School, 7.45pm

Annual Supper night â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all welcome, Open rehearsal for performance of but please give advance notice so the Montiverdi Vespers in the New we can cater for guests. Year. All voices welcome. Contact Woodmancote Parish Christine Tarry on 01903 815467 or email christine.tarry@btinternet. Council meeting Woodmancote Church Hall (and com

Directors will report on what has been achieved in the year ending 31 March 2012, and there will be elections to the Board and Management Committee. New committee members welcome. Contact enquiries@henfieldcp.org 492636.

Indigo Spiritual Connection Woodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm Healing Development. 01273 844370/891173.

Contact

Saturday 15

The Other Mile Walking Group

Henfield Free Church, 9.30am

5-6 mile walk. Contact Ron & Shirley Stanford on 493979.

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | What’s on Admission £1. Children’s clothing, maternity clothing, baby equipment & prams, toys, games, books, puzzles, CDs and DVDs. Contact sussexdownsNNS@gmail.com

Indigo Spiritual Connection Woodmancote Hall, 11am-4pm

Fundraising event. Contact 01273 844370/891173.

WEA AGM

Henfield Youth Club AGM

door, available from Stevens Estate Agents (01273 492141), DigAll welcome. Thank you for the tre- by Stephenson (07815 048609, mendous support and encouragement digby100@btinternet.com) or Mike the club has received from the village, Ainscough (07708 358976). both financial and practical, since the withdrawal of WSCC funding.

Youth Centre, 6.30pm

Tuesday 25 WEA Course

Saturday 29

Pumpkin Growing Competition

Henfield Club, 1pm Garden Room, Henfield Hall 2.15pm This years’ event dedicated to mem-

Garden Room, Henfield Hall 2.30pm Armchair Theatre: Britain and the ory of John Jones. Includes a fancy Followed by The Natural History of Dorset, Yorkshire and the Channel Islands by Patrick Coulcher. All welcome. For details Maureen Lucas 01273 493966.

Tuesday 18

Indigo Spiritual Connection Woodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm

Mediumship Development. Contact 01273 844370/891173.

Wednesday 19

6 Week drawing course

Church Room, St Michaels Church, Partridge Green, 10am -12pm

All abilities. Wednesdays until 24 October. Cost £52. Call Claire on 07973 410 111 art@claire-harrison.co.uk

Woodmancote & Henfield WI Henfield Hall, 2.15pm

Talk by Bill Avenell - ‘Why is Church Lane so steep?” 01273 404802.

Thursday 20

Naomi’s Friends

St Peter’s Church, 3pm

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.

Indigo Spiritual Connection Woodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm

dressed pumpkin competition, family BBQ, live classical and contemporary music, face painting, kid’s pumpkin drawing exhibition (lollipop for every entrant) with 1st 2nd and HDC Health Walk 3rd prizes and the official weigh-in Sullington, 7pm and prize-giving ceremony. All pro5½ miles, no dogs, fast pace & ceeds to Henfield Youth Club. hilly. Meet opposite the Franklands Jumble Sale Arms, Washington, (TQ123129). Henfield Hall, 2pm Call Ron on 01403 265925. In aid of Henfield Guide Hut funds. Auction at 2.30pm. Also raffle, tombola and cakes for sale. Jumble can Dolls House Group be left at the hall in the morning or Maidment Court, 7.30pm (& call David Marshall on 01403 864591 every last Wed) Contact Carol Rawlings on 01403 for collection after 20 September. 740708 or 07967 054742 or carol. Ladies night rawlings@saxonweald.com Catholic Church Hall, 7pm Indigo Spiritual Connection An evening of stalls and experiencWoodmancote Parish Hall, 8pm es to indulge in, to treat yourself to, Healing Development. Contact to start the Christmas shopping or just meet up with friends, over a 01273 844370/891173. drink. In aid of St Barnabas Hospice. Visit www.henfield-friends-ofst-barnabas.co.uk Steyning & District U3A USA in the 40s, with Francesca Byrne. First of a 10 week course. To enrol call Maureen Lucas 01273 493966.

Wednesday 26

Thursday 27

Coffee Morning

Sunday 30

Displays from several U3A interest groups and a book & jigsaw exchange.50p (members) & £1 (guests). Visit www.u3asites.org. uk/steyning

Woodmancote Parish Hall, 6.55pm

Penfold Hall, Steyning, 10.30am

WWII memories

Contact Maidment Court, 2pm Slide show of people’s memories of WWII in West Sussex by Martin Hayes, County Local Studies Librarian. Bring along your memoHDC Health Walk ries and photographs to share. Tea Chanctonbury, 2pm & coffee available. Contact Carol 5 miles. Meet at the Franklands Rawlings 07967 054742 Arms pub. Call Mick on 01903 745971 or Ron on 01403 265869. Spiritual Development. 01273 844370/891173.

Saturday 22

Monday 24

HDC Health Walk

Friday 28

Henfield Theatre Company Barn Dance

Indigo Spiritual Connection Sunday Meeting. Contact 01273 844370/891173.

Advance notice Saturday 6 October 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.

Warren Playgroup Good as New Sale

Henfield Village Hall, 10.30am-12pm

For further details go to www.warrenplaygroup.co.uk or call 01273 6 miles, no dogs. Meet at The Bull Family event featuring Unreel Ceil- 492316. Inn, Mockbridge (TQ 211181, BN5 idh. Tickets £6 each in advance 9AD). Call Mike on 01403 242564. (£3 for under 12’s) or £7 on the

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Chanctonbury Chorus You are invited to take part in an open rehearsal in preparation for a performance of the Monteverdi Vespers in the New Year. The rehearsal will take place on Wednesday 12 September in The Drama Room, Steyning Grammar School, Church Street, Steyning, BN44 3LB at 7.45pm. All voices are welcome and there is free parking in The Steyning Centre. For further details please contact Christine Tarry 01903 815467 christine.tarry@btinternet.com

Jumping for the animals Rosie McMillan of Small Dole will be strapping herself to a young man and jumping out of an airplane early next year â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all in the name of charity of course! Rosie (who hates heights!), will be carrying out the charity parachute jump for the Waterford Animal Welfare Charity at the RSPCA Patcham Shelter (charity number 206630) over Salisbury sometime in the spring of 2013 but is launching her fundraising bid now to try and raise as much money as possible. She has been involved with the charity for over seven years and got her dog from them. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wanted to do something that was a real challenge â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and this certainly will be,â&#x20AC;? admitted Rosie â&#x20AC;&#x153;but Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m doing the jump with the Red Devils Army Parachute team so I will be in the best possible hands!â&#x20AC;? If you would like to sup-

port Rosie you can donate online at www.bmycharity.com/jumpingfortheanimals or you can call her on 01273 493595 and she can arrange to collect your donation.

responders win seven awards

Award-winning responders of HART (Henfield Area Response Team) celebrated their seven awards with a dinner at The White Hart. Founder member Dave Fletcher received the Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ambulance Service Medal in the Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Birthday Honours, â&#x20AC;¨â&#x20AC;¨responder Trevor Simmons was named a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Community Championâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by the Royal Mail and five members - Karen Fletcher, Martin Tooth, Dick Nye (chairman), Chris Simmonds and Anne Dewdney - received the Queenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Diamond Jubilee Medal for five yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; service as HART responders. Mike Beardall ll Courtesy of Mike Bearda

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News a real boost for us all to be recieving these awards and nominations after all the hard work,” said Colin Langridge, co-owner of Rushfields. You can vote for Rushfields on-line at www. sussexfoodawards.biz using reference SHOP 7006. Courtesy of Mandy Shaw

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Rushfields Farm Shop have recently scooped two Gold Awards from the Great Taste national awards. Both were for their homemade sausages - the Poynings Breakfast (a traditional pork sausage with herb undertones) and Honey & Mustard (with a distinctive golden colour from the English mustard). Their sausages, made by in-house butcher Paul Channon, us meat from Scott’s Farm in Storrington. The nominations just keep rolling in - they are finalists in the Sussex Food & Drink Awards ‘Best Farm Shop’ category. “We’re really proud to be nominated and the competition is fierce against nine other nominees. This is only the Farm Shop’s second year and it’s

Class of 2012 leaving party

Henfield Village Hall rocked on Tuesday 17 July as the Class of 2012 from St Peters School celebrated their leaving party with an Olympic styled party. The hall was decked out in red, white and blue decorations, including the Olympic torch and Olympic ring (thanks to Red Oaks and Belinda Samrah for donating their decorations). Michelle Hills entertained them with a disco with their own chosen playlist which consisted of memorable songs from their primary school years. They ate sausages and rolls kindly donated by Woodward’s Butchers and Truffles and drank Olympic themed mocktails with the fruit kindly donated by Swains. Mandy Shaw provided them with their own photo studio which enabled them to get photos with their friends to keep. They also relaxed in a chill-out area. Mr Phillips and the teachers thanked them for being such a great cohort and for being great ambassadors for the school when they sang at the 02 and on holiday at the Isle of Wight. They also attained excellent SATS results. They left the party with memory bags including individual letters, photographs (paper donated by Seawhites) and letters of encouragement from Brighton & Hove Albion’s Gus Poyet and Faye White (Arsenal & England captain). Parents donated a water feature that was placed in the memorial garden for Mrs Thompson, who the children had as a teacher in Y4. They ended the evening with a large photo cake, balloons, glitter bombs and a lot of singing and hugging. A massive thank you to all the mums and dads who organised the party and helped on the evening and good luck to the Class of 2012! Elaine Telfer and Mandy Shaw

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News | SEPTEMBER 2012 Shermanbury Action Group

Shermanbury Action Group (ShAG) attended the latest meeting of Shermanbury Parish Council on 30 July 2012 to update Councillors on the current situation in relation to events taking place at Fortgate Park. Again residents turned out in force to show their support for the group. The group said that car boot sales had continued unabated and another motocross event was held on 29 July (taking the total number of event days to 17 according to residents) despite the general permitted development allowance of 14 days events having appeared to have been exhausted. A representative from Horsham District Council’s Environmental Health Department attended the motocross event to take readings in regard to the noise nuisance although windy weather prevented accurate and meaningful measurements. ShAG undertook their own monitoring by circulating a questionnaire to residents living within an 800 metre radius of the track at Shermanbury, Partridge Green and West Grinstead. Over 85% of the questionnaires were returned and from those 81 households that took part 88% said they could hear the motocross within their homes, 81% had to close their windows, 79% said it affected the use of their garden and 40% said it disturbed their use of the television or radio. Two respondents were in favour of the meetings suggesting that it was a useful diversion for young people. ShAG were keen to reiterate that they are not opposed to the leisure activity of motocross and can see the benefits of engaging youngsters in this worthwhile activity, however, this should not be at the expense of so many people. In addition to the permanent motocross track that has been created ShAG have also asked Horsham District Council planning department to look into the recent construction of a huge bank of earth, 6 metres high and 150 metres in length, blocking the view of Chanctonbury Ring for many residents and walkers on a nearby footpath, road widening and excavation of a fishing lake all of which, they feel, has taken place without or contrary to permitted development. ShAG thanked all those residents who took the time to complete the questionnaire and are keen to hear from further residents who are affected by events at Fortgate Park. Contact can be made with the group via Shermanbury Parish Council shermanbury@ pcouncil.co.uk

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Despite inclement weather 74 people abseiled Peacehaven Heights for Worthing Churches Homeless Projects on Saturday 7 July. Richard Lucy from Finance Planning who lives in Henfield was one of the brave people, who in order to raise his sponsorship, agreed to do it dressed as Marilyn Monroe. Richard joined the rest abseiling 90ft down the sheer cliff face for the Worthing based charity which enables people experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives. The charity estimates that it has raised over £8,000 from the event which will help them to continue to provide their much needed services in the local area. Louise Brooks from the charity said “we had a great day with people aged 13 to 76 years old abseiling. We want to thank everyone who challenged themselves and raised valuable funds for the charity in the process, to our volunteer helpers and also to the abseil instructor team from EightPointTwo for making the day such a great success.”

Henfield Garden Club We are lucky that the changeable weather has helped the plants in the Jubilee Garden to flourish - this area in the Henfield Hall car park is still looking very bright and colourful. With the year fast disappearing, once the weather turns cold, the bedding plants will be replaced with perennials to provide year round interest in the area. By the time you read this we will have just enjoyed a summer afternoon tea party (hopefully outside in the sun!) and all our new members will have attended an evening social to meet each other and the club committee. We still have one more coach outing to look forward to, before our talks in the Henfield Hall begin again in October. In a change to our advertised programme exHenfielder Jean Griffin will join us for ‘Tales from the potting shed’, but more details about that next month. For information about joining our friendly club please phone 01273 493754 or email margaret@deadlinegraphics.co.uk Margaret Hollingsworth

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News Team Thunder started their campaign in emphatic fashion winning their opening game 3-1 against Saltdean United and followed this with a goalless draw against the hosts. Further victories against South Malling and Shoreham both by a 2-0 scoreline put Henfield within a point of reaching the quarter-finals. The team secured their place in the quarters with a 4-1 victory over TD Shipley Pink. The knock-out phase started with Thunder recording another 4-1 victory against TD Shipley Red. The semi-final pitted Henfield against Uckfield Grasshoppers and the Henfield boys got through to the final after winning the penalty shootout 3-2. The exertions of the day meant that many of the team were extremely tired and it came down to teamwork, determination and the ability to play the ball that saw Henfield beat TD Shipley Pink 2-1 to win the tournament. Throughout the day the team gave everything and thoroughly deserved the accolades that came their way at the end of an incredibly tough tournament. Every player contributed to the goal tally and resolute defending and Rufus Crawley produced some saves throughout the day. The victorious Henfield FC U9S Thunder outstanding Henfield Thunder team included: Rufus Crawley, Ben & Lightening â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Lewes Neale, Joshua Cridland, Toby Bloomfield, JJ Angood and Cameron King. Tournament Report Thanks to all the parents and grandparents for their Henfield U9â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s travelled to the highly competitive support and a special thanks to Darren Angood and Lewes Tournament on 15 July to take-on a number of Martin King. Good luck to all the squad in the coming teams from across the South East who they had not season. faced before. Angie Brotheridge, Henfield U10â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s manager. Henfield Lightening began the first game against Meridian Athletics apprehensively with the knowledge that three of their key players were missing including their goalie who had a broken thumb. They played enthusiastically and were pleasantly surprised at the final score of a no-score draw. This gave them the confidence to battle on and play some fantastic football with the help of two brave U8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s players. They pulled off some well-deserved draws, but un:WLJPHSPZ[PU,_LYJPZLHUK4V]LTLU[ fortunately without the presence of their two strikers, they did not gain enough wins/points to progress into MVY3V^LY)HJR7HPU:HML,MMLJ[P]L the knock-out stages. Well done to Team Lightening 7YVMLZZPVUHS:WLJPHSPZLK;YHPUPUN who showed great courage and determination, put on a great show and thoroughly enjoyed themselves. ;YHPUPUNPU[OLJVTMVY[VM`V\YV^U Players included: Amon Bower, George Richardson, OVTLVYH[T`WYP]H[LZ[\KPV George Sellwood, Oliver Robertson, Ryan Ganniclefft, Sidney Hamilton, and U8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Scott Foster and Harry 7LYZVUHS;YHPUPUN7PSH[LZ Edwards. With special thanks to Andy Smith, Eddie Edwards and Scott and Harry from the U8â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for assist>LPNO[4HUHNLTLU[5VYKPJ>HSRPUN ing at the tournament.

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News | SEPTEMBER 2012 Henfield Parish Council The Planning Appeal by Welbeck Strategic Land Ltd for consent to build 102 homes on land east of Manor Close Henfield is to be heard by a Planning Inspector. At the time of going to press the hearing is scheduled to commence on Tuesday 4 September and will last for up to three days. Henfield Parish Council proposed a location in Henfield for the hearing but this was not accepted and the hearing will take place in Roffey Millenium Hall, North Horsham. As this position could still change, any resident proposing to attend the hearing is advised to contact Henfield Parish Council in advance of travelling to confirm the details (telephone 492507). Henfield Parish Council Members will be attending the hearing and subject to the Inspectorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s agreement will be speaking in opposition to the application. Replacement of the enclosed childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play area at Chessbrook Green on Wantley Hill Estate with new exciting play equipment should be completed by midSeptember. Both Horsham District Council and Saxon Weald have helped Henfield Parish Council to meet the costs involved. As previously reported, from 1 September West Sussex County Council has withdrawn its bus subsidy to Compass Travel to run the Monday to Saturday twohourly service between Henfield and Worthing. Compass propose to run a limited Monday to Friday service (three daily journeys each way). A limited Saturday service will be subsidised by Henfield and Steyning

Parish Councils initially for a period of six months. Any changes will be included in Compassâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new timetable which will be effective from 1 September and it is hoped copies will be available from the Parish Council office by that date. The reduced service will remain at risk of total withdrawal unless passenger numbers make it viable. Therefore use it or lose it! Finally, a date for your diary - the Henfield Summer Show which is held on Henfield Common on alternate years will take place on Saturday 20 July 2013.

Friends of St Barnabas We had a very successful Chilli & Quiz Night on 30 June. Sean made an excellent Quiz Master and a delicious supper was provided by Harry & family, to whom thanks are extended for an interesting and entertaining evening. The event raised the grand total of ÂŁ580. Unfortunately the Charity Cricket Match scheduled for 15 July was cancelled due to weather conditions. Our disappointment was eased by a most generous anonymous donation of ÂŁ500 for which we are very grateful. We are planning an alternative event in October â&#x20AC;&#x201C; not outdoors! Look out for an announcement. Our annual Sunflower Day collection took place on 21 July and the sum raised was ÂŁ561.80. Once again our grateful thanks to all who helped and to those who contributed.

Henfield at the click of a button

The Henfield Hub website, developed with funding from West Sussex County, will be live from 16 October with village information, news of events, stories and pictures from around the area. We have several days of activities planned, starting with â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Going Live Dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on 16 October and culminating in our first Community Hub Day on Saturday 20 October at St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School where you will be able to see what the Hub is all about and try it for yourself on the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s computers. The Henfield Hub is set to help everyone get more out of Henfield. To find out more about it please visit us at www.henfieldhub.com. If you register your email address we will send you the latest info about the website. You can also find us on Facebook. We still need more help to collect information about many of the clubs, societies and businesses in the area - you can contact us by email at info@henfieldhub.com or

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News call Dan Wilkinson (Site Manager) 07545 341 805, or Henfield Tennis Club members themselves. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This is a Digby Stephenson (Editor in Chief) 07815 048 609. marvellous facility and the junior mini court is open to all villagers free of charge any day,â&#x20AC;? said Digby Stephenson, club vice-chairman. Henfield Summer Show 2013 Leading tennis coach Julie Salmon from Brighton and 12 times Wimbledon player - said: â&#x20AC;&#x153;Henfield is Planning for next yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Summer Show, which will very lucky to have such a wonderful tennis facility. be held on Saturday 20 July 2013, is well under They really are excellent courts and a pleasure to play way - please put this date in your diaries. Many of on. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is good to see so many children playing here.â&#x20AC;? the favourite features of past shows will be there plus we hope some new ones. I would be pleased Mike Beardall to hear from anyone who has seen on their travels any new ideas or events that they feel could be The included in our Show. Please call me on 492134. Warren The Show Schedule will be available early in 2013 school to enable you to plan your entries well in advance and we will publish further details in due course. leavers Mike Morgan, Chairman of Organising Committee Warren Playgroup gave their school leavers a send-off to remember in July with a fabulous Pirate Party! A bouncy castle, fish and chips and of course the infamous Warren Rabbit were all part of the celebration. All the staff and committee wish the leavers happiness and success at school.â&#x20AC;¨â&#x20AC;¨ Courtesy of Mike Beardall

Tennis stars AT OPENING OF Henfieldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s new courts More than 100 Henfield tennis supporters and budding young hopefuls gathered at the village tennis club in July for the official opening of a fourth new senior court and a junior mini court. They were treated to an exhibition match by Brighton professional players Julie Salmon (former British number one) and Jarryd Bant ( up-and-coming menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pro). The new courts cost ÂŁ48,000 (including floodlighting) with ÂŁ24,000 given by Viridor (the owners of the Small Dole former amenity landfill site), five per-cent from Horsham District Council and the rest raised by

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News | SEPTEMBER 2012 COwfold Memorial Pool article - correction

An error in August issue of BN5 magazine article about the Cowfold Memorial pool stated that a tragic accident resulting th the deaths of three local boys took place at Worthing beach in 1969. We have since been corrected by a reader that the accident occurred at West Wittering, Chichester. My sincere apologies for this mistake. Editor

Know Dementia

Know Dementia is a new Henfield based charity to support families who would like to talk to someone about dementia. This could be about living with someone who has been diagnosed with a dementia, concerns because you are not sure about memory loss or even what dementia is. As a group of family carers and qualified, dementia professionals we believe that insufficient support is being given to people affected by a dementia and their families – from diagnosis through to end of life. Jennie Morrison-Cowan, the Founder of the charity, and a Trustee has helped set the charity up as a not-for-profit organisation to raise funds to help support people in the community. Our main aims are to raise funds so that we can provide the best support for people in our community. We are offering the opportunity for you to drop in and talk to us on Wednesday 5 September at Henfield Village Hall from 2-7pm. Please call in for a cup of tea and a chat or contact us on info@knowdementia.co.uk or call 01273 494300.

HenfieldTheatre Company autumn production

Our Autumn play is The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists by Howard Brenton, based on the novel by Robert Tressell. 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 environment. 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, Henfield Hall and the Library. Tickets £6 & £8.

Coffee Morning in aid of Prader-Willi Syndrome Ann Garmston would like to say a huge thank you to all her wonderful family and friends who supported the coffee morning on Friday 29 June. We raised £713 towards the continuing work of the assocciation in its work of supporting the children with PWS and their families.

   



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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News Fancy a trip around a brewery? If you are now on your own due to bereavement or divorce the Henfield Unattached is for you. We meet regularly, go out to dinner, enjoy outings, and are now planning a brewery trip (especially for the men). There’s no fuss, no subscriptions, or membership fees. Why feel lonely in the silence of your home when you could benefit from the friendship of others in a similar situation? All you have to do is make the effort to phone 01273 495820 now.

FREE LEISURE CENTRE ‘BOOT CAMP’ FOR 12 GP REFERRALS Henfield residents are receiving discounted exercise classes at their local leisure centre thanks to a £888 grant from Horsham District Health and Wellbeing Partnership. Henfield Leisure Centre is running a ‘Boot Camp’ fitness course for 12 selected patients referred from Henfield Medical Centre, who were a partner in the funding application. The patients are receiving a personal exercise programme to follow with qualified centre staff. At the end of the course they will be fully subsidised to join the gym, attend other classes and play racket sports for three months. Leisure centre manager Simon Thompson said: “The aim of this partnership project is to help people make small changes to their lifestyles, become more active and see the big difference taking regular exercise makes.” Healthcare Assistant Angela Mariner added: “These patients are already feeling the benefit of the boot camp and hopefully this will be a gateway to a happier and healthier future for all of them. Well Done Team Henfield.” A Wellbeing Advisor will be at Henfield Leisure Centre on Wednesday 8 August and Friday 31 August, offering free advice and tips, and booking confidential follow up appointments if required. More information can be found by calling 01403 215111 or visiting www.horshamdistrictwellbeing.org.uk

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Henfield Lions celebrate fundraising with Marie Curie

Henfield Lions visited the Sussex office of Marie Curie Cancer Care in the village to celebrate four years of fundraising with the charity. Sussex community fundraising manager Hollie Lucas said: “We are very grateful for all their hard work and support on our behalf. “They do a fantastic job co-ordinating the Great Daffodil Appeal every March and help raise our profile in the area.” President David Wise said: “The Lions are proud to support the work of Marie Curie Cancer Care and this milestone is worth celebrating.” Mike Beardall

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News | SEPTEMBER 2012 Friends of Henfield Medical Practice Trust Our next talk will be on diabetes on Wednesday 10 October at 7.30 pm at the Henfield Medical Centre. Our Practice Diabetes Nurse and a Specialist Diabetes Nurse from Worthing Hospital will speak and answer questions. If you or your partner are diabetic, think you might be diabetic or have a family history of diabetes, this is not to be missed. Booking advised, as space is limited. Contact Peter Bates on 01273 492772 or at peter@ bateshouse.freeserve.co.uk or Ann Ellson on 01273 492772 or at ellson.ea@btinternet.com

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The Steyning & District U3A Coffee Morning will be holding a coffee morning on Thursday 27 September at 10.30am in the Penfold Hall, Church Street, Steyning. There will be displays from several U3A interest groups and a book and jigsaw exchange â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 50p for members and ÂŁ1.00 for visitors and guests. Why not come along and find out what the U3A can do for you and what you might do in the U3A? You can find out more information about your local U3A on our website www.u3asites.org.uk/steyning or by dropping a note to PO Box 2595 Henfield, West Sussex BN5 0EA.

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Both graduates of drama and music, Helen Haines and Simi Fyles decided to create â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Lets Make A Showâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; this summer. The course involved a week of workshops, lessons and games in acting, dancing and singing and culminated in a performance on the Henfield Stage. The programme included songs from musicals, such as Matilda and the popular West End production, Billy Elliot. It gave the children the opportunity to show off their acting and dancing abilities in short extracts and self-devised work. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We believe that the performing arts are a great platform for children to express themselves, whilst working creatively with others. It was fantastic to witness the children blossoming into more confident performers in just a week. This summer school provided children with an all-round introduction to musical theatre through fun yet valuable training in a relaxed and friendly environment, suitable for children of all abilities.â&#x20AC;? This week was such a success and the feedback is very encouraging. We are keen to continue our work and develop our newly-found project. It is very exciting to discover new talent in the same district where we began ourselves as young performers. Check out our website www.letsmakeashow.webs.com for news on whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s coming up in the future!

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News local business StyleStep expands to ireland Local image consultancy StyleStep, now based in Woodmancote,hasexpanded by opening a studio in Ireland under the capable care of ex Henfield resident Elaine Wilson. Elaine has taken the established brand to her original home town of Cork.

The Importance of Being Earnest What a pleasure it is to be present at an Henfield Theatre Company open air production. Every consideration is given to the audience from a splendid setting, well arranged seating, separate picnic area with seating provided, an amazing front of house team and a Pimms tent! The three acting areas were neatly selected with the most basic furniture to convey all that was necessary for the locations. Costumes were first class with those of the ladies being outstanding. John Pursglove was a splendid Jack. On a few occasions he appeared slightly lacking in confidence but he may have adopted this approach to emphasise the difference between himself and his supremely selfconfident friend, Algernon. Rob Crawford Clarke was an excellent foil for John making Algernon just as insufferable as Algernon should be. These two worked exceptionally well together. The two young ladies were absolutely delightful: Alice Malyonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gwendolen displayed a haughty elegance that would have graced any television drama. Cecily, in contrast, was deliciously winsome. In a world of her own, she was played by Elaine Hill with controlled effervescence thus drawing a perfect comparison between the two personalities. Angela Reid as Lady Bracknell was exactly as one would have hoped â&#x20AC;&#x201C; domineering and completely convinced of her own superiority. The delivery of her dialogue could not have been bettered. Without ever quite becoming a caricature, Ken Jones was thus perfect as the eloquent, cultivated Dr Chasuble. His fondness for the delectable Miss Prism was perfectly understandable. Margaret Gore really lived the role using both perfect facial expressions and body language. The union of these two was surely made in heaven. The domestic staff were played with exactly the right level of indifference with Dale Shucksmith doubling as Mr Grisby, a role which seems to be little more than an intrusion into the plot. The delightful music, designed and performed by Simi Fyles, was a most pleasing embellishment to a memorable evening. Phillip Hall, NODA

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StyleStep was launched by Helen Reynolds in Partridge Green in 2009 and has been widely appreciated not only by the local ladies but also by those from further afield. Helen and Elaine help women to grow in confidence when it comes to understanding the type of clothes that will flatter them. From colour analysis to personal shopping, ladies can call on StyleStep for honest, realistic advice. â&#x20AC;&#x153;When I launched StyleStep back in the summer of 2009 my main aim was to start helping local ladies to simplify their shopping trips and wardrobes by understanding their unique style rules. I was bowled over when word got around and my reputation grew and I am now seeing clients from Cambridgeshire to Kent. I am thrilled to have Elaine on board now to work her magic in Ireland. She has a natural talent and will be fabulous Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m sure!â&#x20AC;?. Helen can be contacted on helen@stylestep.co.uk or www.stylestep.co.uk

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | News the whole family and education in farming and country life, including Tractor & Trailer Rides around the Show. There are excellent catering facilities, a licensed bar, 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 being £5 per adult with children under 14 free, it makes a great day out for all the family. Come along, support and enjoy! For more information contact Rowan Allan, Hon Secretary, 01903 879488.

Henfield Self Help Group

FUN AT THE Ploughing Match West Grinstead & District Ploughing & Agricultural Society Annual Ploughing Match & Show on Saturday 15th September at Priors Byne Farm, Partridge Green, West Sussex. The Ploughing Match this year is kindly hosted by John & Alison Ford. Priors Byne Farm is an award winning mixed arable & livestock farm and is also the production home of Sussex Gold oil seed rape oil. Entrance is via the B2135/Bines Road. The Society, established in 1871, has been holding Shows for over 125 years and is very pro-active in promoting the interests of the local farming community including holding an extensive range of Field Competitions through the year. The winners of the Best Farmed Farms Classes were Liverton Partners of Goffsland Farm, Shipley [farms below 500 acres] and David Exwood of Westons Farm, Itchingfield [farms 500 acres and above]. In addition to the twelve different Ploughing Classes including Novice & Open, Vintage and, the great crowd-puller, the Horse Ploughing, and it also hoped that there will be a demonstration again of Steam Ploughing with some massive engines at work. There are also the Hedge Laying, Hedge Cutting and Welding competitions where competitors show off their rural crafts. The Livestock Show will include a range of cattle and sheep classes including the ever popular lamb and calf handling classes with the future generation of farmers taking part. There will also be a selection of other rural based attractions including the Parade of Hounds from the Crawley & Horsham Hunt and the incredibly popular Terrier Racing; Ferret Racing; Clay Pigeon Shoot; Competitive Training by the Utility Gundog Society including scurry open to all. There are the Field Produce competitions with entries being later auctioned for the Society’s funds and the Domestic Produce Stall with its delicious range of home-cooked cakes. Numerous other Side Shows including Tug-of-War; Coconut Shy; Farrier Display; Sheep Shearing Demonstration, Skittles. Poultry, Pig display etc.., with the emphasis on entertainment for

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A welcome window in the rainy weather enhanced the annual outing for the Self Help Group. The first stop was Shoreham Airport for coffee and splendid views of the aircraft activity. Then all 43 of us loaded up again and headed to Crossbush, near Arundel, for lunch. Afterwards a little sunbathing was enjoyed followed by a scenic drive home through Arundel and over the Downs. Following this outing a number of notes of thanks were received for Barbara Dewdney, outing organiser, and her team. One such note said: “A very big thank you for your kindness in ensuring that I had a Special Day Out - a glorious drive, with so many sites to enjoy from the coach, meadow flowers, the airport, architecture at Worthing seafront. A delicious lunch and the company of many valued old friends.” We now have a limited number of vacancies - come along for a visit on a Tuesday morning in the Henfield Hall or ring Maureen Dexter on 494335 for details.

Kindersley Trust

Charitable

The Kindersley Trust is a Charitable Trust, the object of which is to benefit the inhabitants of Henfield. It does not make grants to individuals but towards projects (large or small) of organisations who benefit residents of all ages in our community. Last year, grants totaling £1,500 were allocated to Henfield Youth Club towards the cost of installing a mains gas supply at the Club (£1,000) and to Friends of Henfield Medical Practice Trust as a contribution to the cost of purchase of an ECG machine (£500). The Committee does not make grants towards running expenses but will be happy to consider applications from charities, societies or organisations for assistance towards specific projects or needs. This years’ meeting will be in early December and notice is being given now in order that organisations have time to consider their requirements and formulate any request. Written applications giving details of the project or need should be sent to the Chairman, Kindersley Trust, c/o Griffith Smith Farrington Webb LLP of Croft House, High Street, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9DJ to arrive before Friday, 16 November 2012.

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Local interest | SEPTEMBER 2012 Photograph copyright The Knepp Castle Estate

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mals would roam freely. More land was given over to the project and Fallow deer, Exmoor ponies, Longhorn cattle and Tamworth pigs were introduced. Now Knepp has 1,100 hectares turned over to large-scale grazing with three massive fenced enclosures.Already the project has shown some astonishing results. Sir Charles Burrell inherited Knepp in 1985 aged just Charlie is clearly passionate about the project. “It has 21. For 17 years he farmed intenbeen fascinating to see the land sively with a dairy herd, beef cattle back to life. The whole “Nationally, Turtle doves come and arable crops. But by the mid project has been transforming 1990’s Sir Charles, known by most are heading for extinction for me and my family,” he said. as Charlie, realised that a longer able to walk through and I’m immensely proud “Being term solution to sustainable esfields full of birds and butterflies tate management was needed. that Knepp is considered and other insects is absolutely “Intensive farming creates a very the Sussex ‘hot-spot’ for thrilling.” sterile environment in which wildThe aim of the Wildland Projlife cannot thrive,” said Charlie. the bird” ect is to record and evaluate “The spraying of crops and cutting the changes in biodiversity and back of hedges leaves no food or vegetation. Since 2005 annual shelter for insects or birds. We were industrialising our wildlife surveys have been carried out by the Estate to farming system at the expense of ecology.” monitor the variety and numbers of breeding birds and The project began in 2001 with the restoration of large butterflies. The 2011 survey found a total of 56 differareas of arable land to parkland supported by the ent species of bird, including 10 species which are government agency Natural England. Charlie began in serious decline such as Blackcaps, Whitethroats, to research large-scale grazing projects on mainland Song thrushes, Turtle doves, Linnets and YellowhamEurope and realised that there was a gap in knowl- mers. “Nationally, Turtle doves are heading for extincedge in the UK about the effects of such projects on tion,” said Charlie. “I’m immensely proud that Knepp biodiversity and species loss. is considered the Sussex ‘hot-spot’ for the bird.” The Gradually, and with the support of various organisa- survey also found 24 different species of butterfly intions, the project evolved into an ambitious scheme to cluding two of special conservation interest: the Brown create a landscape-scale wildland where grazing ani- Argus and the Silver-washed Fritillary. The Purple em-

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peror butterfly has started to lay eggs on sallow in an area of the estate. The latest element of the Wildland Project is to renaturalise a stretch of the River Adur which flows through the Estate. The river was straightened and deepened for industrial and agricultural purposes in the early 19th century and the River Adur Restoration Project will restore its natural meanders and reduce its depth. “This will slow down water drainage and improve water quality further downstream” said Charlie. “And hopefully it will also create a speciesrich wetland area with wading birds, amphibians and important marsh plants.” The Wildland Project hasn’t been without its critics. Knepp has 25 kilometres of footpaths, permissive paths and bridle ways. There have been issues with dogs chasing the livestock and some walkers feel intimidated about walking in a field with animals roaming wild. The native plant Ragwort has also caused problems for Knepp, despite its importance to biodiversity. There are 30 different types of insect which are dependent on Ragwort and 230 more which rely on it heavily, such as bees, butterflies, moths and flies. However, the plant is also toxic to livestock and its invasive nature has caused concern amongst some neighbours and adjacent landowners. Knepp takes the problem of Ragwort seriously and has a dedicated team of pullers supplimented by all the staff on the estate in July to pick and cut a 100m strip around the boundaries and 50m around the houses to control its spread. Knepp is very much involved with the local community of Shipley and the wider conservation and wildlife community. Each year they welcome around 600 visitors to the Estate for free guided ‘safari’ tours of the project. This year Knepp hosted the Shipley Parish Jubilee event in June and opened its newly restored gardens to the public for the first time. Then there are the annual fundraising events which Knepp hosts for St Catherine’s Hospice such as the Autumn Gift Fair on 19 September. There is also an annual volunteer day in September and next year Charlie is hoping to encourage local amateur naturalists to volunteer for the Knepp ‘Bio Blitz’ – a massive wildlife survey which will target all species from birds and plants to fungi and insects. Education is an important element of Knepp and

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they welcome students of all ages from primary right through to university. Both Shipley CoE Primary School and Sussex Wildlife Trust use the Knepp Estate for their Forest School sessions, where children are able to learn outside, watch the seasons go by and discover new talents and skills. The Wildland Project has not restricted enterprise at Knepp. As well as the famous polo grounds, Knepp also rents out its disused farm buildings to a diverse range of local businesses (including a tipi tent supplier!) as well as the former tithe cottages. You can also hire the grounds for a variety of events from charitable and corporate events to weddings and parties. Knepp sell meat from their Longhorn beef cattle through local neighbours Garlic Wood Farm who specialise in conservation produce. Charlie is convinced that grass-fed beef is far healthier than grain-fed beef and indeed there is research to show that grass-fed beef has lower levels of saturated (unhealthy) fats and higher levels of protective Omega-3 fats. “The meat is fantastic quality,” he said “and best of all it is ethically and locally produced.” So what does the future hold for Knepp? “Fighting against nature is not sustainable,” concluded Charlie. “Without a robust ecology around us, we can’t survive. But I feel positive about the future and I believe that eventually we will all learn to live within our means.”

Sarah Butler For more information on the Knepp and the Wildland Project visit www.knepp.co.uk or email enquiries@ knepp.co.uk

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en and Jo Leathers took over Homelands Equestrian in Partridge Green on a snowy day back in December 2010 and since then their feet haven’t touched the ground. We caught up with them one sunny morning earlier this year to find out a little more about them and their business.

Situated in beautiful countryside near the Downs Link with fabulous views towards the South Downs, Homelands Equestrian has a unique feel. “We had been looking for our own business for a while and when Homelands came up, we just knew it was perfect for us” said Ben. “It’s a lovely area, we have plenty of space, fantastic facilities and we are close to Hickstead and London.” Ben and Jo provide British Horse Society (BHS) approved five star livery specialising in competition

horses. They currently stable 15 horses which allows them to offer their clients the personal touch as Jo explained: “Some yards can have up to 120 horses but with that you lose the individuality of the horses. Our clients have often invested quite a lot in their horse and they like to know they will be well looked after.” The facilities at Homelands include a 22 box indoor barn, a 20 x 60m floodlit arena, a show jumping field, a cross country training field and direct access onto the Downs Link, all set in 80 acres of pasture land. The stables and the yard are kept in absolutely immaculate condition and Jo and Ben are assisted by two apprentices and an employee, all of whom keep their own horses at the yard and take advantage of the training facilities. “Riding at competition level can be such an expensive sport,” said Ben “so we like to support younger riders who are trying to make it in the competition world”. Homelands Equestrian has a very transparent charging system which compares very competitively to similar livery yards and clients can be assured that there are no hidden extras. Full or part livery options are available and all livery prices include quality feed, shavings and haylage. Ben and Jo also live on site which is a huge advantage as Jo explained: “We’re here to feed the horses first thing in the morning and to check on them last thing at night.” She continued: “We’re available 24 hours a day so if one of the horses falls ill or is in foal, we can keep an eye on them.” Ben added “Living and working in the same place does mean that it is hard to switch-off from work sometimes, but we have a lovely life here and we are extremely lucky that our commute to work is only a few metres!”

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | Local interest As well as providing livery, Homelands Equestrian also offers training for pupils entering BHS exams and coaching for riders entering competitions, specialising in dressage and eventing. Both Jo and Ben are BHS qualified instructors – Jo is qualified to BHSPT level and Ben to BHSI level - and Ben is also a British Eventing accredited coach. They welcome all level of riders from professional competition riders to noncompetitive riders. Local pony clubs can also hire the facilities at Homelands as well as Ben’s expertise as an instructor. Between them, Ben and Jo have a wealth of knowledge and experience. The son of British parents, Ben grew up in Australia and was riding and competing from a very young age, including at the Royal Melbourne Show (the equivalent of our Horse of the Year Show). “My whole family is into horses and every weekend we would be at a different show” said Ben. He came to the UK with his parents in 1985 where his passion for horses continued and he trained to be a freelance instructor. Jo grew up closer to home on a small-holding on the Isle of Wight. She also loved horses from an early age and rode as a child. She started her career in instructing as soon as she left school and has worked at and managed various livery yards ever since. Having firmly established themselves at Homelands Equestrian Jo and Ben are expecting their first child in September. However broken nights will be nothing new for them as they are used to getting up in the middle

of the night to check on the horses and they were recently up all night assisting with the birth of a foal. “It was always our plan to start a family once we had started our own business” said Jo. She continued: “This is the ideal place to bring up children – we just hope that our child will love horses as much as we both do!” “It’s been non-stop for us since we took on Homelands and we’ve had no real time-off for over 18 months” admitted Ben. “But it’s a way of life that we’ve chosen and we wouldn’t have it any other way.”

To find out more about Homelands Equestrian visit www. homelands-equestrian.co.uk and to contact Jo or Ben email info@homelands-equestrian.co.uk or call 07802 527752. Sarah Butler

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mma Dale regularly rubs shoulders with famous actors, most recently Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Charlize Theron in the Ridley Scott film Prothemeus. But it’s not Emma who the actors are primarily working with, but her Border Terrier Beulah who plays the dog of Guy Pearce’s character Weyland in the film.

Emma fell into the profession of animal training by accident: “About 20 years ago I went to buy a puppy from a farm and I recognised many of the animals there from films and adverts,” she explained. “I took my puppy home and began to teach it tricks. After six months I sent a film of my dog doing tricks to the farm and they were so impressed they offered me a job as an animal trainer.” There are various approaches to training dogs, many of which include using discipline or copious amounts of food treats. However Emma has developed her own behavioural approach which she believes is more dog-friendly and also delivers better and quicker results. “I can get dogs to really act like they are the actor’s dog,” she explains. “This means they constantly look at the actor, rather than their handler off set, giving a more realistic performance.” Emma’s first media job was a Vauxhall car advert featuring Griff Rhys Jones and a cat. Since then she has worked on many adverts, television programmes (including Eastenders) and films (including Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood and Guy Ritchie’s Snatch). Now however, she limits her media work to one or two Hollywood films a year. But Emma’s favourite piece of work is not a Hollywood blockbuster, but a Channel 5 programme called Animal Hero’s where Beulah re-enacted the true story of a dog which saved its owners life when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. “It was just the best thing ever,” said Emma. “We filmed in the RNLI training pool down in Dorset and I was in a dry suit with Beulah in a dinghy. The set was a house which they could lower into the water to simulate the flood waters rising. Every time I watch that programme now I just cry as it is so emotional, even though I know it’s not real!” Emma doesn’t just train dogs for films and television programmes - she has also worked with cats, mice, rabbits, cows, wild boar, ferrets, sheep, gerbils and rats. For the film Prometheus she even worked with eels, working alongside a specialist aquatic handler! The only animals she doesn’t work with are ‘exotic’ animals such as lions and tigers. But despite having been to many amazing international film locations and mixing with famous actors at glamorous film industry parties, Emma much prefers working closer to home as a dog behaviourist. “Behaviour work is so much more rewarding than film work,” she confesses, “as it has the potential to change the

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THE EXPANDING BUSINESS

any business analysts agree that the first three years of a business’ life are the hardest. Paul Samrah, Henfield resident and partner at Chartered Accountants Kingston Smith LLP, outlines some issues to consider.

Monitoring your performance

Reasons for business failure are varied and include lack of investment, cash flow problems, insufficient turnover, poor planning and lack of business experience. By monitoring your performance regularly against your business plan, you can quickly identify potential problems and take appropriate corrective action. Your business plan should include forecasts and assumptions – the actual figures should be critically compared against these budgets. Your first three years in business

Making the most of management accounts

• Adhering to the Statutory Sick Pay, Maternity and Paternity obligations; • Addressing Health and safety issues; • Adhering to redundancy provisions; • Providing a Stakeholder Pension Scheme (for companies with 5+ employees). Complying with the Data Protection Act (DPA) You may have to register under the DPA if you hold any computerised records relating to individuals’ names, apart from your employees.

PAYE

If you take on staff then you need to contact HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to set up a PAYE scheme in order to deduct Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions (NICs) at source. These deductions, along with Employers’ NICs must be paid over to HMRC. If your monthly PAYE/NIC bill is less than £1,500, then quarterly (rather than monthly) payments are permitted. Be sure to operate the PAYE scheme correctly as the Revenue carry out spot check visits and the penalties for errors or mistakes can be heavy. At the end of every tax year you will need to prepare a return of expenses and benefits for each of member of staff (P11d) earning over £8,500 per year (inclusive of benefits). A severe penalty system also operates for incorrect P11d’s.

Up-to-date management accounts provide invaluable information. Ensure these are clearly laid out and address all the key areas you need to monitor including: • Actual and projected turnover based on your order book; • Outstanding liabilities and debt recoverability; • Stock turnover, debtor/creditor days, and liquidity ratios. As your business develops you may need to consider using an off-the-shelf computerised cloud-based ac- VAT counting package such as Xero rather than a simple spreadsheet. You may also want to consider employing If your taxable turnover exceeds the present VAT registration threshold (£77,000) on a rolling 12-month a part-time bookkeeper or outsourcing this function. basis, you will need to register for and charge VAT on Building a good relationship with your bank your income. Any excess VAT charged (output tax) after When you come to the end of your free banking period deducting VAT suffered on allowable expenses (input discuss the level of future charges with your bank and tax) is then returned to Customs and Excise. There are review whether you can reduce these by greater use of special schemes for smaller businesses (including flat direct debits, standing orders or BACS payments. Budget rate, cash and annual accounting), otherwise VAT is for bank charges and tighten your procedures to minimise usually paid quarterly. Customs and Excise will carry these costs as necessary. If you are in credit with your out periodic checks of your accounting records. bank, try to ensure that your funds are earning interest. Marketing

Reducing your overheads

There are other ways of reducing your overheads and improving the efficiency of your business. Consider: • Factoring and invoice discounting; • Seeking improved discounts and/or more favourable credit terms from your suppliers; • Outsourcing – doing everything yourself may not be the best use of your time, nor is it always cost efficient. Subcontracting and outsourcing certain tasks can prove very cost-effective.

Even if you seem to be busy, it is important to maintain your marketing and communicate your success. Not only will this help produce future orders, it will also help convince potential investors that you have a good track record and are building a successful business. It is also sensible that you do not become overreliant on a small number of customers. For a more comprehensive guide to sales and marketing issues, visit www.businesslink.org

Building a successful team

As your business expands it is a good idea for you to concentrate on particular areas and delegate others. If you take on staff you will have to comply with em- You will also need to recruit the right people who can ployment legislation. This includes: help achieve the business’ objectives. Training will be • Providing written terms and conditions of employ- important to get your new people up to speed and finance may be available which could help you with this ment for each employee; (see www.businesslink.org). Once you have recruited • Having proper disciplinary/grievance procedures in place; staff, it is important to retain them. Not only is the re• Paying at least the National Minimum Wage;

Taking on staff

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SEPTEMBER 2012 | Business cruitment process costly, but when you consider the cost of training people and the value that continuity of staff brings to your service delivery, you may have a serious problem if you are continually replacing staff. There are a number of ways to motivate, reward and retain your key employees. These range from providing simple bonuses or benefits-in-kind, through to more complicated share incentive schemes, enterprise management incentives or employee benefit trusts. The option you select should depend on what you want to achieve. Consider recruiting a non-executive director (NED) with knowledge or experience of your type of business. A NED can be an extremely valuable support for you and the cost is relatively modest.

Protecting your intellectual property

Take steps to protect your rights to any original work, design, or inventions of your own creation, by taking out a patent, copyright or registering your trademark.

Moving premises

As your business outgrows its first premises, it will be time to consider relocating. Moving a business can be stressful (as with moving house), but good planning can make the process more bearable. Significant tax reliefs (Capital Allowances) are available for investment in plant, fixtures and fittings.

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

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Henfield Homes & Prop. Maintenance Mick Patching Nigel Parsons Optimal Property Maintenance Willow Construction

54 60 54 59 52

Cherish Care Cherish Development Centre Red Oaks Care Home Upper Mead

55 55 51 50

Carpet Fitting Les Sheeran

56

taste...deli

13

Carolyn Clark Quiltmaker

22

A1 Henfield Helpline PC Doctor

20 60

Maikai

21

The Conservatory Co.

48

Billy Whizz Transport

19

Emma Dale Dog Training

44

BHW Glass N. Constantine Repairs

58 57

Beach Electrical Paul Barnard Jeremy Crawley Electrician

24 56 58

Marcus Grimes

16

Homelands Equestrian

33

Jeremyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rushfields Farm Shop

29 30

ARCHITECT

BED & BREAKFAST

BUILDERS & CARPENTRY

CARE

CARPET SUPPLY & CARE CATERING & CAKES CRAFTS

COMPUTER REPAIR & IT SUPPORT

COMPUTER & MOBILE ACCESSORIES CONSERVATORIES

DELIVERIES & LIGHT REMOVALS DOG TRAINING

DOUBLE GLAZING

ELECTRICAL SERVICES ESTATE AGENTS EQUESTRIAN

FARM SHOPS / GREENGROCERS

FENCING & GATES

Premier Fencing

59

FINANCIAL PLANNING / MORTGAGES Nsure Kingston Smith LLP

GARAGES

62 65

Braziersâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Autos Coles Automotive Mile Oak Servicing Setyres

66 38 & 39 54 02

Beechcroft Landscapes Camelia Botnar Gardener Tom J D Mowing Martin Standing

32 44 40 40 60

GARDENERS, GARDENS & NURSERIES

The Green Reaper Rooted Rushfields Sussex Prairies

GIFTS & BOOKS

Camelia Botnar Steyning Bookshop Stokes Newsagents

GRAPHIC DESIGN Design Copy Print

GROUNDWORKS

B Muzeen Groundworks

52 60 30 12

ACT Pest Control Mr Wasp Pest Control

49 42

Personal Trainer Linda Rusby

17

44 18 15

Adrian Over

58

A. Stenning Aspect Plumbing & Heating Aquatec CJ Plumbing Colin Sansom MC Services PST Plumbing

59 59 54 48 & 61 58 41 40

The George Hotel The Green Man Tottington Manor Wickwoods

11 06 41 68

GRP Flat Roofs PR Roofing

56 49

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

24 46 46 46 37

Stay Home Stairlifts

60

Contain Yourself Storage Inner Space

20 63

Amanda Shaw

65

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48

Just Gutters

52

Hair and Co Louisa Jayne Partridge Green Natasha Nicoleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Nail Bar The Retreat Wickwoods

10 47 12 19 03 68

LS Services Optimal Property Services

41 59

Hamfelds

41

Croftonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Foot Clinic Emotional Freedom Techniques Goldenâ&#x20AC;&#x2C6;Square Chiropody Henfield Chiropractic Clinic Henfield Physiotherapy Clinic Henfield Podiatry Clinic Kristina Banner Massage Therapy Nia Sussex Osteopath & CHC

17 47 08 42 47 42 47 46 67

GUTTERING MAINTENANCE HAIR & BEAUTY

HANDYMAN SERVICES HARDWARE & DIY

HEALTH & COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH

INSURANCE

Nsure PXL Insurance

62 63

PERSONAL TRAINING PLASTERER PLUMBER

PUBS & RESTAURANTS

ROOFING

SCHOOLS & NURSERIES

STAIRLIFTS

STORAGE SOLUTIONS SOLICITOR

SWIMMING LESSONS

MXT Swim South Downs Swim School

SWIMMING POOLS

36 14

Fowlers

31

INTERIORS, FURNITURE & CURTAINS

Blue Light Group Henfield Village Cars John Witherden Cars

60 57 24

JEWELLERY

Aerials and More

48

Alpha Tiling Glen Reid Tiling

40 22

The Green Reaper Southern Beeches The Tree Works

52 52 52

Utility Warehouse

60

Hawthorn Surgeries

45

We Mend Washing Machines

56

Countryman Le Louvre

57 18

IMAGE CONSULTANT

Style Step

23

Barbara Ritchie

46

Katherine Lawrie Jeweller

47

The Community Church Henfield Hall Henfield Leisure Indigo Spiritual Connection West Sussex County Council Wickwoods

24 49 53 47 43 34 & 35

Lucy Locksmith

48

LEISURE & COMMUNITY

LOCKSMITHS

OFFICE SPACE TO RENT Inner Space

OPTICIAN

63

Henfield Eye Care

47

Andy Masters Ladies who Decorate Mark Atkinson Trim Decorating

58 57 59 49

PAINTING & DECORATING

TAXI & CHAUFFEUR SERVICES TELEVISION AND AUDIO TILING SERVICES TREE SURGERY

UTILITY BILL MANAGEMENT VETERINARY SURGERIES WASHING MACHINE REPAIRS WINDOWS AND DOORS



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BN5 magazine September 2012  

2012 09 - BN5 magazine

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2012 09 - BN5 magazine