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September 2016 #122

Food & Drink Festival Fun! HenFood Street Food Festival Saturday 10 September Henfield | Small Dole | Woodmancote | Blackstone | Edburton | Fulking

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | Contents

Editor’s LETTER

06 What’s On listings

12

12 News

from the BN5 area

26 Local Interest 26

Henfield Food & Drink Festival 10 September

35 Countryside

Beautiful butterflies

35

37 Local Interest Henfield Joggers

41 Local Interest

St Peter’s School new head teacher

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47 Local Interest

This month, the village has been invited to participate in the Horsham and District Food & Drink festival, so we hope you’ll join us in celebrating local food during the Henfield Food & Drink Festival! We’re running our own fringe food festival, kicking off with a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party themed Children’s Trail through the village, with over 20 participating businesses. There’s also cupcake decorating and a jam-tart baking competition. The finale of our mini-festival is ‘HenFood’ Henfield’s first Street Food Festival, taking place on Saturday 10 September in the Post Office garden and library car park. Varied street food stalls, local beer, local musicians and a great Henfield community spirit will come together to create a wonderful afternoon of food, friends and fun in the village. Please come along, sample some street food, listen to the music and help to make this first ever festival a success, so we can do it all again next year! Read all about it on pages 26-29. At the time of going to print we’re still looking for musicians and performers. If you can help please call Malcolm Eastwood on 01273 493144. Enjoy September,

Angela Lightburn, local author

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Many thanks to our editorial and photographic contributors this month; Amanda Lucas, Andrea May, Angela Lightburn, Paul Crowe and Paul Samrah. Cover image of Kaylee’s Cakery’s hand-decorated Mad Hatter Tea Party themed cupcakes by Emma Osman with additional artwork by Helen Boosey. 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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What’s on | SEPTEMBER 2016

Thursday 1 September

New members welcome. Contact Youth Club (Years 5-8) Derek Rogers 01273 833734. Henfield Youth Club, 6.30-8.30pm Events at the Haven (& every Mon) Henfield Dementia Club Henfield Haven Maidment Court, 10am-3pm (& For a full listing of the month’s events, pick up a programme every Fri) Chatterbox at the Haven, Library or Medical Enquiries 01403 751327. Henfield Evangelical Free Centre. Enquiries 01273 494747. Little Fishes Church, 9.30-11.30am (& every Tues) Children’s Mad Hatter Trail St Peter’s Church, 2-3pm (& every Fri) Pre-school play, £1.50 including Henfield High Street, 1-10 Sept Search for the Mad Hatter’s lost Entertainment for pre-school refreshments treasures in shops on the High children & their carers. Action for Deafness street. See news item. Boards & Banter Audiology Centre, Henfield Rhyme Time Henfield Library, 2-4pm (& every Haven, 10am-12pm (every Tue) Drop-in hearing aid maintenance Henfield Library, 10.15-10.45am 1st Fri) (& every Thurs term time) Board games, jigsaws and service. Other audiology services by GP referral only. Fun with music for pre-schoolers. refreshments.

Tuesday 6

Henfield Unattached

Saturday 3

HDC Health Walk

Tai Chi for over 60s

Memory Moments Café

Knit & Natter

White Hart, 11am (every 1st Thurs) Unusual Plant & Garden For those who are alone. Enquiries Fair 01273 495820 or just drop-in. Sussex Prairies, 11am-5pm Maidment Court, 11am-12pm (& every Thurs)

Afternoon Tea at Old Barn Garden Centre

Home pick-up, 1.30pm approx. Community bus excursion. £6 member, £7 non-member, call 01444 471919.

Art with a Difference

Henfield Evangelical Free Church, 2-4pm (& 17th) Informal café including tea, coffee & cake. Enquiries contact 01273 494300.

Sunday 4

BP Guild Senior Citizens Outing

Steyning Health Centre, 11am (& 20th) 2-mile stroll. Henfield Library, 2-4pm (& every 1st Tues) Drop-in craft group for adults.

U3A Mah Jong Group

Henfield Haven Café, 2pm (& Wed 21st) Open to non-members. Group meets fortnightly on alternate Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Contact Dot 01273 495886.

Various Pick-Up Points, 12-8pm Annual coach trip and dinner. Food Foraging Course Enquiries www.henfieldbpguild. org.uk or call in at D.T Page, 1 Henfield Haven, 2.30-4.30pm (& Norton Mews, Coopers Way to every Tues for 4 weeks) A 4 week course with local cook book a place. Thursday Circle Sarah Watson, foraging plants in Henfield Evangelical Free Partridge Green Netball the local area and then learning Church, 2.30pm (every 1st Thurs) Club how to use them, £40. Outing to Rushfields Garden Henfield Leisure Centre, 5-6pm Free Snooker Centre, all transport arranged. (& every Sun) Henfield Club, 5-10pm (and every Crib Tues) Maidment Court, 7pm (every Thurs) Monday Market All abilities welcome. Rotary Club of Henfield & Henfield Hall, 9am-12.30pm (& Youth Club (ages 8-11) Steyning every Mon) Henfield Youth Club, 6-7.30pm (& Castle Inn, Bramber, 7.30pm (& Stallholder vacancies. Enquiries every Tues) every Thurs) 01273 493365. Henfield Parish Council Enquiries 01903 816981. Sporting Moments Sobell Court, 2.30-5pm (& every Thurs) Colouring sessions. Enquiries 07967 054742.

Monday 5

Youth Club (ages 11-19) Henfield Youth Club, 7.30-9.30pm (& every Thurs)

Friday 2

Henfield Short Mat Bowls Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm (& every Fri)

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Meeting

Southwater Leisure Centre Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm (& every Mon) 7pm (& every 1st Tues) Free sessions for people with Henfield Theatre Company dementia and their carer. Auditions Enquiries 01273 494300 Garden Room, Henfield Hall, Crib 7.30pm (& 11th at 2.30pm) Maidment Court, 2pm (every Mon) Auditions for the January

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | What’s on pantomime. Enquiries graeme@ familymuncer.plus.com

Wednesday 7

Henfield Computer Club

Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm (& every Weds) All welcome, whether to learn, help as a mentor or a little of each. Enquiries 01273 493403.

The Book Nook

The Chapel, Fulking, 10-11.30am (& every Weds) Selection of books, CDs & DVDs. In aid of St Andrew’s, Edburton.

Green Moments

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Trip to Shoreham Airport

Albourne Village Show

Village Green, Albourne, 2pm Family fun with food and Henfield Haven for pick up, refreshments. 11.30am-3.30pm A trip to Shoreham Airport and Brighton Chamber Ensemble Museum, £7 plus lunch. St. Mary’s, Bramber, 3pm Henfield Community £27.50 including refreshments. Partnership AGM Committee Room, Henfield Hall, 7pm Book Nook Attendance is open to anyone in the village interested in making The Chapel, Fulking, 11am-4pm Henfield a better place to live (& every 2nd Sun) Selection of books, CDs and and work. DVDs in aid of St Andrew’s, Edburton.

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Friday 9

Rock Farm, Washington, 1.30pm Mad Hatter Cupcake (& every Weds) Decorating Outdoor gardening session for Henfield Crafts, Brick Lane, people with dementia. Enquiries 3-6pm (& Sat 9am-12pm) 01273 494300. A cupcake decorating class and workshop for children. £2 per Bingo Sobell Court, 2.30pm (every Weds) cake with 50p donated to Henfield Call 01403 226178 or carol. Youth Club. See article. Quiz Night & Supper rawlings@saxonweald.com Henfield Haven, 7pm Henfield Joggers Henfield Leisure Centre, 7pm (& Tickets £8 per person or £45 for a table of 6. Contact 01273 every Weds) See www.henfieldjoggers.co.uk 494747. or just turn up.

Ashurst Fete & Fun Dog Show

Ashurst Recreation Ground, from 12pm Great food, bar, silent auction, family activities, country stalls. Stalls welcome by arrangement 01403 710585. All proceeds to Village Hall.

Monday 12

Steyning Decorative and Fine Arts

The Steyning Centre, 10am12pm Henfield Voices HDC Downland Dog Walk Art, architecture and design in 18th century Britain. Guests £5 Garden Room, Henfield Hall, Steyning Cricket Pavilion, 9am 7.30-9pm (& every Wed) 2-mile walk in Wiston/Steyning, or annual membership £36. Evening of fun, singing and 1 ¼ hours. Try to park in another Adur Valley Fine Arts laughter, new members welcome. car park due to limited space. Society Henfield Hall, 2.30pm Henfield Lions Club HenFood Street Food Festival A lecture by Imogen Corrigan Café, Henfield Leisure Centre - “The Rus: The Vikings who Café, 7.30pm (& every 1st Weds) Library Car Park & Post Office went east.” Guests £5 or annual Garden, 12-7pm Enquiries 01273 494442. The first ever HenFood street membership £29. Bell Ringing Festival with local food, drink St Peter’s Church, Henfield, and music. See article. 7.45pm (& every Weds) Chatterbox New ringers and beginners Queen of Hearts Jam Tart Henfield Evangelical Free welcome. Come along or call Competition Church, 9.30-11.30am Alison 01273 596485. Library Car Park, 12-2pm Chatterbox’s 10th birthday. Past Children will compete to make children invited too. Vivace! Choir Unitarian Church Meeting House, the best jam tarts. See news HDC Walk Upper Beeding Ditchling, 7.30pm (& every Wed) item. High Trees Car Park, A283/ A small mixed choir singing for Lions Grand Jumble Sale A2037 Junction, 2pm charity. Now recruiting. Henfield Hall, 2pm 5-mile walk, 2 hours. Chanctonbury Morris Men Jumble sale and refreshments. Henfield Flower Club Items can be dropped off from Woodmancote Parish Hall, 9am but nothing too large.50p Henfield Hall, 2.15pm (& every 8-10pm (& every Wed) entry, children free. Proceeds to 2nd Tues) New men welcome as potential Julie Brownlee ‘That’s That’. local charities. dancers or musicians.

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Tuesday 13

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | What’s on Member’s Exhibit ‘Incorporating Vegetables’. Visitors welcome.

Woodmancote Parish Meeting

Saturday 17

Warren Playgroup Good as New Sale

Henfield Hall, 10-11.30am Parish Hall, Woodmancote, Selling good as new children and 7.30pm (& every 2nd Tues) baby’s clothes and equipment. woodmancoteparishcouncil@ Raffle and refreshments. Pregmail.com registration is required to sell, please contact warrengoodasnewsale@ Henfield History Group gmail.com Free Church Hall, 8pm (& every WEA Lecture 2nd Tues) Quiz and social evening. Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 2.30-4.30pm HART Pub Quiz AGM followed by Jane Austen White Hart, 8.30pm (& 27th) in Sussex, by Francesca Byrne. Teams up to 6, cash prize for Contact Maureen Lucas 01273 winners. Call 01273 492006 to 493966. reserve table.

Wednesday 14 Knit and Natter

Residents’ Lounge, Rayner Court, 10.30am-12pm (& every 2nd Weds) Knitting for charity, donated wool appreciated. 01273 493171.

British Legion Meeting

Aglands Farm, Cowfold, RH13 8AN Entry £5, children free. A wonderful family countryside day out. See news item. Access is one-way from A281 Picts Lane.

Wednesday 21

St Barnabas Outreach

Thursday 15

Henfield Haven for pick up, 11.30am-3.30pm Trip to Emmaus, £7 plus lunch.

Thursday 22

Trip to The John Mann Music Show

Henfield Haven for pick up, 11.30am-5.30pm Corpus Christi Church Hall, 1.30- John Mann, Organist/Pianist at 3.30pm (& 29th) the Winter Gardens, Eastbourne. Jazz and blues community choir £17 plus lunch. supporting those with dementia. £5 includes refreshments. Henfield Camera Club Enquiries 01273 494300. Evangelical Free Church Hall, Bereavement Support 7.30pm Henfield Haven Café, 4-15Chairman’s Evening and 5.15pm (& every 3rd Thurs) presentation of Summer Projects A non-religious group supporting by members. New members and local people who have lost a visitors welcome. Contact Jackie loved one. Contact St Peter’s Harford jandjharford@btinternet. Church Office 01273 495532. com

Jazzled Choir

Friday 23

Henfield Friends of St. Barnabas House

1950s Revival Night

Henfield Hall, 7.15pm The Swingshift Big Band are back, come in ‘50s dress. Organised by the Friends of St Giles Church. Tickets from Village Care

Shipley History Society

Andrew Hall, Shipley, 7.30pm A film produced during the Battle of the Somme, free entry. Contact Jean Wright Shipley. history.secretary@gmail.com to sign up.

West Grinstead Ploughing Sunday 25 Italian Market Match

Cowfold Village Hall, 7.30pm Henfield Hall Car Park, 10amNew members welcome. 2pm (& every 3rd Wed) Enquiries 07584 473889. Mobile unit providing information & advice on all aspects of the hospice’s care. Trip to Portslade Old

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Saturday 24

Henfield Hall Car Park, 9.30am3.30pm Local producers’ stalls as well as Italian food stalls. Come along to this truly Mediterranean experience.

Thursday 29 4Sight

Henfield Haven Lounge, 10.30am-12pm (& every last Thurs) For those with sight problems. Occasional speakers, games, quizzes and refreshments.

Cowfold Horticultural Society

Cowfold Village Hall, 8pm Professor Ray Broughton lecture on Companion Planting. £1.50 members and £3 non-members. See www.cowfoldhs.co.uk.

Advance Notice Saturday 1 October Henfield Trefoil Guild Coffee Morning

Garden Room, Henfield Hall, 10am-12pm Raffle, cakes and refreshments and items for sale.

Henfield Guides Jumble

Henfield Hall, 2pm In aid of the Henfield Guide The Free Church Hall, 7.30pm Hut. Leave jumble in hall in the morning or for collection call Come to our meeting and Henfield Club, 1-4pm support fund raising for the local Have your pumpkin weighed to David Marshall 01403 864591 find a winner. A family event with after 23rd September. Hospice.

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Hear to Listen Nicki Dowd, Registered Counsellor in Henfield

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Have you ever thought about what your role is in your family? Perhaps you are the clown or the peacemaker. You might be the saboteur or the secret keeper, or even the caretaker, the organiser or the controller. Have you ever pondered how you got this role, (and believe me, you have one!!) and whether or not it is a part you want to play?

Have you ever considered why it is that you always seem to get the rough end of the stick, feel victimised, cast as a persecutor or end up feeling unheard? As a psychotherapist I believe that we are all influenced by our childhood and that our early experiences are reflected in the adult person we become. Our siblings form a large part of our childhood years and consequently, they help us make sense of the world around us, and contribute to the way we see others and ourselves. Throughout a lifetime, the connection between siblings is fraught with resentment, love, hatred, envy, longing and competition. The powerful influence this has is not only as a result of being one another’s playmate, role model, opponents, or partners in crime, but it is also due to indirect things such as the rivalry for the resources of the family, the rank in the family pecking order or holding the role of favourite child. How we manage the intense emotions evoked by these situations and negotiate our place among our siblings and our families has a considerable influence on the way we establish ourselves as adults. This also has a fundamental influence on personality development and has consequences for our ability and confidence to form relationships with others throughout our lives.

Our levels of wellbeing and skills in positive development, pro-social behaviour, collaborative techniques, compassion and empathy are all linked to the support of siblings during our early years. Once mastered, these abilities and this expertise can be adopted and applied within other relationships, reflecting emotional understanding and social competence. However, what might happen if we never get a chance to become proficient in these skills? What if our role has always been the clown and we find it hard to take our responsibilities seriously? What if we have been the caretaker and find ourselves wanting someone to take care of us for a change? Perhaps you find yourself in relationships that follow the same unsatisfactory pattern. Spending time with a counsellor is a way of ensuring time and a safe, confidential space within which you can explore your uncomfortable emotions and express your anxieties around who you are and who you would like to be. It is a chance to examine why you might be the saboteur and what is in your way of sometimes being the peacemaker. For more information or to book a free 30 minute no obligation consultation please contact me. Please visit my website www.heartolisten.co.uk, or to book a free 30 minute no-obligation consultation please contact me on 07858 420861 or email me at info@heartolisten.co.uk


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AUDIOLOGY CLINIC AT HENFIELD HAVEN: OPEN FOR BUSINESS! From a dark and dusty garage packed to the ceiling with furniture and junk to a light, airconditioned audiology facility – the transformation of the Action for Deafness clinic at the Henfield Haven has been astonishing. Nigel Parsons and his team of builders have created a two-room clinic with an adjoining conservatory style waiting room, making use of what was an open walkway between the garage and the Haven Café. Comfortable chairs in bumblebee yellow and black (Action for Deafness colours) and a large flat-screen information TV sit in the waiting room. A smaller room at the back is used for advice, servicing and re-tubing hearing devices, while the main consultation room contains a sound-proofed hearing test booth. The official opening took place on 10 August but the clinic has been welcoming customers since

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5 July, with great feedback. The main audiology clinic runs two days a week by referral from your GP, and the maintenance clinic is open every Tuesday morning, 10am-12pm, as a drop-in facility for batteries, re-tubing, maintenance, advice and support. The bright yellow ribbon was officially cut by Action for Deafness CEO Jane Shaw and Digby Stephenson, Chairman of Henfield Social Enterprise CIC. Jane said; “The team at Action for Deafness are proud to stand with the Henfield Haven and Impact Initiatives as we launch this new facility. We would like to thank the wonderful group of volunteers and organisations who have supported the project and worked together to make it happen, including Henfield Haven, Impact Initiatives and their staff, Nigel Parsons Builders, the Friends of Henfield Haven, Henfield CIC and countless volunteers.” For further information please call the Henfield Haven, 01273 494747. Emma Osman

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | News SHERMANBURY PARISH PLANS 2016/17 At the recent Parish meetings held at the Royal Oak in Wineham and the Bull at the Mock Bridge the Parish Council outlined the council’s plans for the next two years which have been developed following the consultation process undertaken for the Wineham and Shermanbury Neighbourhood Plan (WASP), which is now waiting for a Government approved examiner to review our plans. There are also a number of issues the parish would like to address, including; road safety, village tidiness and maintenance, footpaths and bridleways, flood mitigation, the cemetery and AV8 BOOKS OPENS ON HENFIELD Parish cohesion. For more information and a HIGH STREET chance to get involved, visit the website; www. AV8 Books is a small family-run aviation bookshop shermanburyparishcouncil.co.uk in Henfield. We stock a wide range of non-fiction Trevor Brown books from the pioneering days of flight to modern day military and civil aircraft. We also have a dedicated section of aviation collectibles including rare signed books, squadron prints and pictures. One of our notable display items is a Martin Baker ejector seat from a fast jet, which is surrounded by aircraft models, flags and propellers, and is often the highlight of a visit for many of our aviation enthusiasts. For our little aviators, we have fiction and nonfiction books in our AV8 Kids section and a number of aviation themed toys, games, models, children’s clothes and flying suits. We also sell an array of aviation related greetings cards, balloons and gifts from suppliers such as Woodman Sterne and Disney Planes. TOM AND JOYCE HIKE SOUTH AV8 Books has been supplying customers for COAST FOR MACMILLAN almost 100 years in the UK and overseas. Over Henfield residents Tom Holman and Joyce Page- the past 25 years, we have specialised in aviation Towers took part in the MacMillan Cancer Support bookselling at UK airshows and online, and have South Coast Mighty Hike in June. The hike is a stock of 7000+ aviation titles. We have now 26-mile marathon from Brighton racecourse to created a unique bookshop providing a ‘centre of excellence’ where customers can access our wide Eastbourne. selection of specialist books and knowledge. We As both families have been touched by cancer hope you fly by our store soon! the pair decided this was a worthwhile event and set about raising funds with long practice walks Neil Farley, 01273 958687, ww.av8books.co.uk preceding the event. The walk followed the South Downs Way National Trail along the coast through the historic Alfriston village and then by the Seven Sisters Country Park and Beachy Head before descending into Eastbourne. Both finished this hike in a very respectable time of 10hrs 5mins, numbers 211 and 212 across the finish line, surprising their support team by finishing well before their expected time!Many thanks go to friends and family who have sponsored Tom and Joyce, who have now raised nearly £2,500 for the charity! Ian Page-Towers

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THANK YOU FOR HART DONATIONS

We at Henfield Funeral Services would like to say a HUGE thank you for all the kind donations made to us, and the support given, in aid of HART. On Sunday 24 July 2016, we all met at Henfield Leisure Centre, to complete the Seven Stiles Fun Run, which consisted of 4 miles. At present, we have raised approximately £130 and are continuing to receive donations from our generous village. Once again, many thanks to all. Karen Jordan

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News | SEPTEMBER 2016 PANTO AUDITIONS ARE COMING – “OH YES THEY ARE!”

Photograph courtesy Tom Marshall, Sussex Wildlife Trust

THE LAST DORMOUSE IN SUSSEX?

The pantomime to be staged by the Henfield Theatre Company in early January 2017 will be Dick Turpin, by Paul Reakes. The emphasis of the production is going to be having fun, which will, no doubt, reflect the experience of the audiences. Please come along if you fancy being involved. But if you don’t like the idea of being on stage there are all sorts of other roles to play such as helping with the set building, costumes and props or on the more technical side such as sound and lighting. Graeme Muncer is Director of the show and Jane Haines will be Musical Director. The auditions for this wonderful show will take place in the Garden Suite of the Henfield Hall on Tuesday 6 September at 7.30 pm and Sunday 11 September at 2.30pm. For audition pieces or more information, please e-mail Graeme at Graeme@familymuncer.plus. com or phone Jane on 07803 293380. See also the theatre company website at www. henfieldtheatrecompany.com

Sussex Wildlife Trust is making an urgent appeal to its members and supporters to help protect dormice living in the county. Dormouse numbers have plummeted throughout Britain during the past hundred years and they are now vulnerable to extinction because of habitat loss. This charming nocturnal mammal faces many threats to its continued survival including damage caused by housing and other development. Sussex Wildlife Trust is hoping to raise £40,000 to improve woodlands on their nature reserves providing ideal habitat for the mice to breed and thrive. Work is already underway at three Sussex Wildlife Trust reserves; Chichester, Hastings and Heathfield. In addition to habitat management, monitoring of dormouse numbers will also take place, providing valuable data in planning for the future protection of this animal. With help from our members and supporters in the county we will be able to take actions that both improve and link up important pieces of land which will maintain dormice populations on a longterm basis. To support this appeal, visit: HART ELEPHANTASTIC! www.sussexwildlifetrust.or.uk/dormice or donate Nina and the Swains Farm Shop team have raised by phone 01273 497532. a lovely cheque for HART as part of The Rotary Club of Horsham’s ‘Elephantastic!’ Each elephant Amanda Reeves purchased and individually decorated by firms such as Swains raised money for the building of an elephant sanctuary in Tuscany. The decorated 12% discount elephants were then auctioned off to raise money on all items for HART and Swains’ elephant raised £200! except feed with this advert Dave Fletcher For Ladies, Men, Children, Horses & Ponies. Riding boots, shirts, breeches & hats. Feed, shavings, supplements & wormers. www.brendonsaddlery.co.uk Pyecombe. BN45 7EG. 01273 845545 1 4 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

HENFIELD FC SENIORS RECRUITING! Are you new to the village and up for a challenge? Henfield FC Seniors are recruiting! Want to bend it like Beckham and be part of a great community football club? Pop-along to any Tuesday Seniors training night at 19.00 - 20.30 on the King’s Field, next to the Leisure Centre. For details contact John Rod on 07541 953168.

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | News BN5 BIRDS Henfield’s skies used to be full of Swallows, House Martins and Swifts but, due to loss of habitat and modern farming methods, no more. However, things may be looking up… This year 21 House Martins have nested on the houses and four Swallows have nested in the open garages in the new Deer Park development and the air has been alive with the sound of their chattering and the sight of their swooping flight. One of our members has Swift boxes on her house. Swifts used one of them last year and Photograph courtesy Dave Mason she had great expectations for this summer. Unfortunately, House Sparrows decided to use the BARBARA’S BUDDIES RACE-4-LIFE boxes and, by the time the Swifts arrived in early May, the House Sparrows were settled. For a few TEAM SMASH THEIR TARGET weeks both species wrangled over the boxes but, On a very hot Sunday in June two GPs and 13 eventually they came to an agreement and ended staff and friends from Henfield Medical Centre ran, up with one box each – very democratic! jogged, walked (and almost crawled!) the Race for Life 5k in Horsham Park in memory of their good friend and colleague Barbara Smith, who sadly lost her battle with cancer in Spring this year. We had set a target of £150 to raise in Barb’s memory but, thanks to the kind generosity of their friends, family, staff and customers at Lloyds Pharmacy and many of the lovely patients in both Partridge Green and Henfield we absolutely smashed it with a final grand total of £1,050! We want to thank each and every one of the wonderful people who contributed to this amazing sum. We are sure Barbara would have been amazed and delighted at the result and the love that it reflected Henfield Birdwatch has put two more Swift boxes on our dear friend. Thank you all. up in Henfield and we watched young swifts Brenda Fuller showing interest in them by flying up to the boxes and beating their wings on them. Swifts pair for NEW HENFIELD LIBRARY life, sometimes bonding as young as one-yearREADING GROUP old, and meet up each year back at the same nest Members Wanted! Would you like to join a Reading site. Normally they do not nest successfully until Group? If you enjoy reading, discussing books and they are four years old so we will have to be very meeting new friends then this is the group for you! patient. Visit Henfield Birdwatch website www. If you are interested in joining, please contact staff henfieldbirdwatch.co.uk at Henfield Library on 01273 493587. Debbie Colgate

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News | SEPTEMBER 2016 Detailed plans are now being drawn and a volunteer Quantity Surveyor will cost the project ready for a professional fund-raiser to begin applying for large grants. The Appeal committee is in need of website and social media administrators, so if you have the skills and can spare a little time for a very worthy cause, please contact us. To volunteer, make a donation or for more information please contact David Malkin 01273 493843. Dave Malkin

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SCOUT HUT BUILDING APPEAL Great news! Planning consent has been granted for the proposed Scout Centre, which has been redesigned to accommodate community use and already seventeen clubs and associations have expressed interest in using the facilities alongside the Scouts. The project is gaining momentum and it is hoped to begin work in 2017. Cub leader Sally Birch recently raised £650 by abseiling down the Portsmouth Spinnaker Tower, North West Sussex Seagulls kindly donated £750, refreshments at South View during the Gardens and Arts raised £600 and another £500 at a Jazz Supper bringing the fund to £67,000. Scout Group Chairman, Tony Hills will be taking part in a sponsored bike ride around the Isle of Wight, and the Group Secretary, Michelle Hills and her son Rick will be undertaking a sky dive. To support Tony, Michelle and Rick in their fundraising activities please go to the following links: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Anthony-Hills www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Michelle-Hills3 www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Rick-Schofield Investigations are under way into getting the project VAT zero rated with HMRC and into drafting promissory notes for donors of materials and seconded labour; these will allow companies to offset the cost of their donations against their tax bill and could provide a massive boost to the fund.

Eighteen children at Warren Playgroup who are starting school in September celebrated the end of their playgroup days and the start of an exciting new chapter in their lives with a special school leavers party. There was plenty of fun and games at the event, which included a bouncy castle and a tea party. Every child was also presented with a cuddly rabbit, as a special memento of their time at Warren Playgroup. Lesley Bailey, manager of Warren Playgroup, said: “The party was a lovely occasion and a great way to celebrate the children’s time at the playgroup and to wish them well for the future. My team were presented with lots of fantastic presents from parents which we would also like to say a big thank you for.” Jo Bruce

HENFIELD SELF HELP GROUP ANNUAL OUTING The Henfield Self Help Group annual outing this year took us to Eastbourne. We unloaded at a hotel on the front where we had ‘upmarket fish and chips’, a choice of delicious puddings and excellent coffee. We then enjoyed sitting on the pier in the lovely sunshine, watching people on the beach – no-one too far in the water as yet! If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Maureen Dexter on 01273 494335. Bronwyn Holloway

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | News LLOYDS BANK HENFIELD BRANCH CLOSURE We have made the difficult decision to close the Henfield branch on 7 November 2016. This branch has been identified for closure because of the changing way customers choose to bank with us, which has resulted in customers using it less often, with the number of using the Henfield branch is down each year by 11%, and now the branch has only 20 regular weekly personal and business customers. 88% of our personal customers already use other branches, such as the Burgess Hill branch. Customers will have their accounts realigned to Burgess Hill and there will be no other impact to the way they manage their accounts. The Post Office is very close by and we will be proactively talking to customers about the service they offer, and the nearest free to use ATM is a short walk away. The majority of customers also now regularly use alternative branches or use other ways to bank such as online and telephone banking to complete their banking needs. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause and have informed customers of the closest alternative branches. Rhian Wilmington

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LINK ROAD BETWEEN DEER PARK AND HENFIELD LEISURE CENTRE Henfield residents may recall previous articles about the design of a new link road between Deer Park and the Leisure Centre. BN5 is now pleased to report that an architect design of the proposed road has now been prepared and is shown above. Henfield Parish Council has secured funding approval from West Sussex County Council to utilise Section 106 monies allocated when the third phase of St Peter’s Meadow development was constructed and at its July Parish Council meeting approval was given for both the design and the use of these funds for the construction. The next steps are for our appointed Architects to organise the appropriate surveys of the site which will support a detailed design and Planning Application. Whilst there is still some work to do before construction can begin Henfield Parish Council believe that we are still on target to have the road and car park available for use by 2018. Malcolm Eastwood

BP GUILD JUMBLE & AUCTION Takes place on Saturday 15 October at the Henfield Hall at 2pm. If you have any jumble you wish to deliver to us or larger items that you may need some assistance with contact us via; www. henfieldbpguild.btck.co.uk Kenneth MacIntosh

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News | SEPTEMBER 2016 the Reverend Alex Barrow, Jackie’s son, paid a moving tribute to his late mother praising the work of hospices, in particular St Catherine’s, where Jackie was cared for with such compassion in her final days. A lively auction hosted by Russell Knapton with great enthusiasm and wit followed an excellent dinner and spirited dance music was provided by The Flaming Mojos for the remainder of the evening. The total profit for the event amounted to £2,400 which was split equally between St. Catherine’s Hospice and the Lower Beeding Churches. Very many thanks to all who attended and made it such a happy and enjoyable evening. Jan McKinnell

HENFIELD CAMERA CLUB The Henfield Camera Club looks forward to welcoming current members and new members to its first meeting of the season on Friday 23 September. The club meets fortnightly on Fridays in the Free Church Hall, Henfield and meetings commence from 7.30pm. An exciting programme is planned through until May 2017. The Club is organised by members for members, and you don’t have to be an experienced photographer. The programme includes talks by experienced photographers and amateurs. Members are encouraged join in photographic competitions and practical work can be experienced during club outings. Group visits to exhibitions will be added to the club’s activities this season, and also workshops covering a range of photographic topics. Social activities and events are an important part of the club programme which aims to be friendly and welcoming. For information about the club view the Camera Club display in the Henfield Library in early September or e-mail jandjharford@btintenet.com. Jackie Harford

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KINDERSLEY CHARITABLE TRUST The Kindersley Trust is a charitable trust which benefits the inhabitants of Henfield. It does not make grants to individuals but towards projects (large or small) of organisations which benefit residents of all ages in our community. Last year, grants totalling £2,647.44 were made to Henfield Football Club towards the cost of replacement windows (£450), to Henfield Community Partnership towards the equipping of The Haven (£1,050), to Friends of Henfield Medical Practice Trust towards the purchase of a 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure machine (£500) and to Know Dementia for a new computer (£647.44). 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 year’s meeting will once more be in early December. Written applications giving details of the project or need should be sent to the Chairman, Kindersley Trust, c/o Griffith Smith Farrington Webb LLP at Croft House, High Street, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9DJ, to arrive before Friday 11 November 2016. David Williams

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HENFIELD NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN JUDICIAL REVIEW The Henfield Neighbourhood Plan (HNP) is being subjected to a Judicial Review on 4 October 2016, with the intention of the claimants to quash the HNP. This application for a Judicial Review has been lodged by Stonegate Homes Ltd and Littleworth Properties Ltd against Horsham District Council’s (HDC’s) decision to ‘make’ the HNP on the 27th April this year, following on from the referendum to adopt the Plan on 12 April. The claimants are the owners of the old Sandgate Nursery site in West End Lane that was refused planning permission for 72 houses by HDC on 25 November 2014. The decision was challenged by an appeal that was heard in March and May of this year and was called in by the Secretary of State. The final decision has yet to be made. The claimants contest that the HNP failed to lawfully assess reasonable alternatives to the spatial strategy as established by the HNP, in particular the reasonable alternative of permitting development on the western edge of Henfield. They further contest the failure to consider any alternatives to the Built Up Area Boundary (BUAB) of Henfield as established in the HNP and act rationally in the selection of the BUAB. Finally, they

contest the failure of Council and the Examining Inspector to give any adequate reasons as to why the HNP meets EU regulations. This Judicial Review is a real threat to the HNP, which took three years of hard work by the local community to produce. The democratic process, supported by 94.3% (1,449 Henfield residents) of those who voted in the referendum in favour of the Plan, has been placed in jeopardy by developers who appear to give scant regard to the views of local residents. HDC is the defendant in this action, with Henfield Parish Council listed as an interested party. We have been working with HDC and its legal advisers to defend the Plan and have submitted a Witness Statement providing evidence as to how the Plan came forward. In due course we will be writing to our local MP, Nick Herbert, and urge residents who feel strongly about this issue to write to Henfield Parish Council and their local MP (The Rt Hon Nick Herbert MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA, or email nick@nickherbert.com), expressing their concerns. Ray Osgood

BROWNIE CANOE REGATTA A nice sunny Sunday (with one rain shower for 5 minutes), saw 16 Brownie units from Henfield, and the surrounding area taking part in the annual Brownie canoe regatta - a chance for girls to experience being in a canoe. I am pleased to announce that 3rd Henfield Brownies were on the top step of the winners podium for the 3rd year in a row, but this time we secured both 2nd place and 1st place! We celebrated the morning with ice creams all round. This is just one of the exciting activities we have done this term. For more details of what we get up to and for your daughter to join brownies please look at Girlguiding’s website, www.girlguiding.org. uk/interested Natalie Denning

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News | SEPTEMBER 2016 for a rather insignificant song. Some ascend way up high to show off like the Skylark. The Whitethroat sings scratchily from inside a hedge until he gets desperate then throws himself into the air and flutters down singing his heart out. The Grasshopper Warbler throws his voice like a ventriloquist so he can attract a mate while making his enemies think he is in another part of the field. Clever! The Blackbird while being a beautiful singer also gives a grating alarm call to warn all the other birds of impending danger. The Ringed Plover alternatively gives an alarm call to attract his enemy and then runs off the nest feigning a broken wing. MIKE RUSSEL 4SIGHT Lots of other information was given but happily PRESENTATION Mike did not quiz us afterwards as promised. Mike Russell from Henfield Birdwatch was entertaining as well as informative in his audio Nigel Colgate presentation about birdsong to the Henfield 4Sight HENFIELD WRITERS CLUB MEET group at The Haven on 28 July. Male birds sing to attract a mate and protect a territory. Most This is a meeting for all writers (any genre), do this with their voice but Snipe use their tail published or unpublished and either writing or feathers. The least colourful and those living in about to write your first book. If we get enough dense vegetation need to sing loud and clear to be members to this inaugural meet at the Haven Cafe noticed. Of these the Nightingale can produce a on Monday 19 September (3-4pm), the club will staggering 1,650 different sounds to get their night continue! Please register your interest in attending or for further information at info@popagami.com flying migrant ladies interested. or call 01273 494483 Some, like the Stonechat, are more colourful and parade themselves visually to compensate Brian Smith

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FULKING FAIR SUCCESS Fulking Fair and Fun day on Saturday 30 July was a tremendous success in the North Town Field. We had perfect weather (it was raining in Brighton and Ringmer!!) and interesting rural trade stalls as well as villagers’ stalls in the Street. Bubble Pop contributed greatly to the childrens’ games. Teas and cakes went down very well in the village hall garden and Burgess Hill Rumblers supplied exhilarating music. We plan to recapture our 2014 Argus Community Event of the Year in 2017! Please put Sunday 30 July 2017 in your diaries now. Robert Rowland

Hurst Festival is back for its twelfth year in September 2016. The festival runs for two weeks from Saturday 17 September to Saturday 1 October. This year’s festival promises to be bigger and better than ever with over 85 events across multiple venues in the village. Categories this year include popular and classical music, arts and crafts, comedy, literature, film, theatre, kids’ workshops and country pursuits. The Hurst Festival line up also features a variety of walks, talks and tours featuring local authors, historians and nature lovers. A first for the festival this year is a sheepdog display in the glorious setting of Danny Park. A full programme of events is available at www.hurstfestival.org where you can also purchase tickets. As a community organisation we are always looking for enthusiastic people to join our committee or just to help out at our events. Many of our events sell out, so if you join the Friends of Hurst Festival for just £20 a year you get a two-week priority period in which to buy the tickets of your choice. For more information, email info@hurstfestival.org or visit www.hurstfestival.org Charlotte Snook

HENFIELD MUSEUM’S NEW DINOSAUR EXHIBIT 230 million years ago dinosaurs roamed Sussex. Recent finds by geologist Brian Smith, a Henfield resident, will be on display for you to see. One of the fossil tooth from a new dinosaur species! There will also be a full dinosaur skeleton on show. Install on your mobile a QR scanner before coming to see the exhibition and you can see much, much more! Visit our website here: www.britishdinosaurtrust. org to learn about our mission. Brian Smith

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News | SEPTEMBER 2016 herself and her husband Barry often assisted with his photography, in attendance at all Henfield events with his trusty camera! The Revd Paul Doick said; “Pamela has shown great devotion and loyalty to the Parish Magazine. She has made it her own, and, with her excellent team of volunteers, has increased the number of the pages and articles, and to serve our local businesses increased the number of adverts. This connection with the wider community won the magazine its much deserved award. Pamela’s efforts over the last seven years are so very appreciated by me and Photograph Emma Osman, BN5 magazine the Parochial Church Council and her presence as the head of a great team will be very much missed.” PAMELA CHASTON, PARISH Good luck Pamela! MAGAZINE EDITOR, RETIRES We would like to wish Pamela Chaston a very Emma Osman happy and well-earned retirement. Pamela has LOCAL ANCESTRY SEARCH been editor of the Parish Magazine of Henfield with Shermanbury and Woodmancote for the past My name is Alex Valder. I recently discovered that I seven years and has attended many village events have a strong family connection to Woodmancote to represent the publication, which dates back to Place and would like to discover more about my 1887. She has been involved with various areas of heritage. My family name is Dennett, with my Church life, including the successful Living Advent great grandmother named Emily Louise Dennett project and a collaboration with the Henfield Hub. (1870-1942) who I unfortunately do not have much information about. If anyone has any knowledge of Pamela’s professional experience in publishing my family I would be very interested, please email brought a great deal to the magazine and she is me on alexandervalder@yahoo.co.uk known for her exacting standards and meticulous attention to detail. She wrote many of the stories Alex Valder

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In addition to the twelve different Ploughing Classes including Novice & Open, Vintage and, the great crowd-puller, the Horse Ploughing, there will be a demonstration again of Steam Ploughing with some massive engines at work. There will also be a selection of other rural based attractions including the parade of hounds from the Crawley & Horsham Hunt and the very popular terrier racing; ferret racing; clay pigeon shoot; competitive training by the Utility Gundog Society including scurry open to all and demonstration. Numerous other side shows include tug-of-war; coconut shy; sheep shearing demonstration; skittles; and poultry display etc, with the emphasis on entertainment for the whole family and education in farming and country life. There will also be tractor & trailer rides around the Show and the ever-popular Harris Fun Fair with their classic rides. There are excellent catering facilities, a licensed bar with Stanislauski’s Polka Band nearby, 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! Rowan Allan Sussex Independent Financial Advisers Ltd Chartered Financial Planners The county firm that knows no bounds

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Childrens events... Queen of Hearts Jam Tart baking competition Calling all budding bakers! Collect your Jam Tart recipe from Henfield Furnishings & Cook Shop and get baking for the Children’s Queen of Hearts Jam Tart competition. There are three age categories: 5 and under, 8 and under and 12 and under. Please use an adult helper for the tricky parts! You can be as creative as you wish – tarts will be judged for appearance, creativity and taste. Bake as many as you wish, but please bring only four jam tarts for judging. Cover them in cling film on a plate (paper preferably) marked with your name, age category and a phone number, to the HenFood Queen of Hearts Tent in the Library Car Park on Saturday 10 September by 2pm. The winners will be announced later in the afternoon! Prizes for each age, winners will receive a baking-themed goodie bag from Henfield Furnishings & Cook Shop.

Mad Hatter Tea Party children’s trail The festival kicks off with the Children’s Mad Hatter Tea Party themed trail on Henfield High Street from 1-10 September. The Mad Hatter is in a dreadful muddle. Can you help him find his lost Tea Party treasures in Henfield’s shops? Collect your entry form from local shops and the Henfield Library and look in t h e shops marked with the Mad Hatter logo on the door for Tea Party treasure. Over 20 Henfield shops are participating. You’ll find all sorts of things; from top hats, teacups and ‘drink me’ bottles to the Cheshire Cat. You might even find Alice herself! Once you have written down which treasure is hiding in which shop, return your completed entry forms to Henfield Library by midday on Saturday 10th September. The winner will be the first correct entry drawn from the Mad Hatter’s Hat later that same day at 4pm at the HenFood Street Food Festival in the Library Car Park.

Mad Hatter Cupcake Decorating Let your imagination run riot with colour, sprinkles and sticky icing fun, and then you get to eat the results with Mad Hatter Cupcake Decorating! Professional cake decorator Kayleigh is running 15-minute workshops for those who would like to try their hand with a piping bag. Pictures of the very best cakes will be posted on Facebook for voting and the winner will receive a decorating kit from Kaylee’s Cakery. Organised by Kaylee’s Cakery the workshops are taking place at Henfield Crafts in Brick Lane on Friday 9th September from 3-6pm and Saturday 10th September from 9am12pm. The cost is £2 per cupcake with 50p going to Henfield Youth Club for each cake decorated. Pre-booking essential and parental supervision required. If you have allergies please let Kayleigh know when you book and she will try to accommodate. Contact Kayleigh Peters on 01273 965339. Logos and artwork by Annabel Eastwood


Welcome to the first ever HenFood – a feast of local street food, drink and music in Henfield! Organised by Henfield Community Partnership in conjunction with BN5 Magazine and local businesses, it takes place in the Library Car Park and Post Office Garden (with the kind permission of Paul and Gail Way) on Saturday 10 September from midday until 7pm. Local chefs, producers and street food stalls will be tempting your taste-buds with a huge range of delicious culinary delights. Pull up a straw bale, choose your dish from one of the street food stalls, sample a pint from one of the brewery stalls and listen to some great music. Enjoy a quintessentially Henfield

afternoon with friends, family and neighbours in a celebration of delicious Sussex food and drink. There will be a whole array of delicious delights from Punjabi street food, homemade Sussex pies, locally brewed cider and ale and even homemade cake. We’ve got lots of stalls to tempt you – and if you don’t have room for pud then you can take some cake home with you! And whilst you enjoy your delicious food you can listen to the will various artists and bands performing on the live stage, creating a real festival vibe! If you are a musician or stallholder and would like to participate please contact Carol Eastwood, Henfield Community Partnership events@henfieldcp.org

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Countryside | SEPTEMBER 2016

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Where the Wild Things are

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eptember feels like a tipping point of the year, branches weighed down with fruits, meadows collapsing under the weight of dew laden grasses, creatures preparing to hibernate and gather in food. Sunshine bakes the last flush of colour in our gardens and countryside, offering a month of grace before autumn is truly here. In the fullness of the year, wilder, untouched places where no one mows the grass, no one prunes, and no one interferes – show that for richness of wildlife they have all that they need, and we can learn everything from them. We can all find these places if we look for them and are curious. Some of them may be under threat, but it is still worth witnessing the cycles of life that carry on year after year, peacefully and with no fanfare. There are a few such places near where we live. In a rough meadow, surrounded by broad woodland borders, we go to pick large blackberries filling rows of disused polytunnels open to the elements. All that remains now are the rusting metal arches, strangely picturesque and full of brambles and buzzing grasshoppers. Morning sun begins to gently pour down upon this quiet corner as we stand in the long baked grass, yellow ragwort and broad white flowers of hogweed as tall as we are. It looks like a mini rainforest canopy, and in many ways this uncut field has similar layers of plant life. Winding through the grass are purple vetches, striped pink bindweed, down on the meadow floor is clover, yellow rattle, speedwell, buttercups and daisies. It is a winged creature’s heaven, in the growing warmth butterflies, moths and bees stir from the grasses and emerge to stretch their wings and 3 4 | B N 5 M A GA ZINE

roam for nectar. The flowers of Yellow Ragwort, so bad for horses and cattle, are an essential food plant here. We watch a Peacock butterfly poke its proboscis into the flowers, slowly flapping its wings to show illuminated colours within. There are purple thistle heads too, but the yellow ragwort seems to have all the allure of an ice cream milkshake. Painted Lady butterflies also appear to feed on the flowers, showing the fresh colours of new adults already emerged from a chrysalis. Earlier in summer, the spiky black caterpillars will have woven a silken pod between leaves, and during August and September emerge from the pupa. If you see a dried brown little case hanging from a plant, or stuck to a tree this month, the Painted Lady butterfly will be inside, days from hatching. They will make journeys of astonishing length back to Africa and southern Europe in autumn, at great altitude and speed, but some will die here. Many ragwort plants are also being eaten by the striped caterpillars of the Cinnabar Moth, it is the only plant they must have for survival, their gorgeous scarlet and black wings emerge next May. In the thick canopy of hazel next to us, speckled wood butterflies hover in the dappled shade, and I photograph a Comma butterfly basking high up on a leaf. This rough place is a perfect habitat for a myriad of plants and creatures – we can encourage wild places in gardens and parks – and bring the lifecycles of nature closer towards our own lives to remind us of what is valuable. Andrea May

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Here are the words of two of my recent clients at the House of Healing. If what they say intrigues you, then find out lots more on my website. If you still have unanswered questions, feel free to email or phone me. I hope we speak soon.

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Margaret, Small Dole, 6 sessions

I visited Jill not knowing whether I believed in the power of healing and I had no idea what, if any, benefits I would receive. After a few difficult, stressful years in my personal life and with pain in my hips to boot, which in turn stopped me from exercising and made me put on weight, I had a lot to discuss. Jill was very calm and listened carefully to my problems and recommended both JAET and energy work to see what could be achieved.

I found the energy work wonderfully relaxing and interesting, and was frankly amazed at the heat and sensations I received whilst she very gently touched my body. I’m now sleeping better, I have more energy and there has been significant improvement in the pain in my hips too. Meanwhile JAET, an allergy elimination technique based on acupressure, was really quick and whilst I didn’t notice anything at the time, my thoughts about food have miraculously changed and I do appear to have lost inches without any effort, which Jill says should continue. After 6 weeks, I feel generally more relaxed and I’m told I seem happier and more alive. Whether this is down to Jill I don’t know for sure, but I can think of no other reason for the changes I have experienced. I would certainly recommend you should give it a go.

Lucy, Fulking, 20 sessions I had been suffering from chronic pain in my lower back and hip for some time but had resisted seeking help as I was unsure what kind of treatment would be most effective. I knew I needed some physical therapy but suspected it needed something else less tangible to work in conjunction with this. For me, the real value of Jill was that she is an intuitive and accomplished practitioner in several disciplines, and most importantly for me, she is sufficiently adaptable to be able to tailor her approach to suit each individual session as appropriate. I felt we were able to work well together in identifying the relevant issues and for her to then facilitate my healing. I found Jill to be thoughtful and flexible, knowledgable and professional and the setting peaceful and conducive to well-being.

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | Local interest

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n the still small hours of Saturday 4 June, while most residents were still blissfully asleep, two minibuses crept quietly out of Henfield en-route to Beachy Head. On board were two teams, six in each, of runners plus drivers/co-drivers/timekeepers making 20 in-all Henfield Joggers, heading to the start line of the annual South Downs Way Relay. Needing to be at the rendezvous at 4am, and tense with nerves, many had barely slept. Several didn’t really bother! The return journey at 1am Sunday morning was similarly quiet, though punctuated by a snore here and there. In between, had been many adventures at both a personal and group level. For many running Clubs along the South Coast the South Downs Way Relay (SDWR) is the highlight of the calendar. It is a relay run from Beachy Head to Winchester along the famous trail. The full, arduous, 97 miles are completed in one day (actually there is a cut-off time of 14 hours) over 18 ‘legs’ by teams of six runners, who each complete three legs each. At any level this is challenging, but throw in the uneven tracks, the climbs (and descents) of each valley, whatever the weather can bring to the party, finding your own way between the changeover points – it all has to be dealt with along the way. And this isn’t like a ‘fun run’. There is no massed start, or cheering crowds to spur you on. Quite the opposite. In fact, imagine how motivating it is to pull up at a grey, totally empty, car park at 5am with the only human company the man who is opening up the public toilets! For this is reality, the two Henfield Joggers teams along with all the other 61 teams, are motivated not just at a very personal level, for some of the legs are very individual battles with yourself, your fitness and your navigation skills, but also at a team level as the desire not to let your

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colleagues down is a very strong feeling! The event itself is 30 years old this year and Henfield have been associated with this event for most of its history, particularly because of the marshalling point at Saddlescombe where the South Downs Way crosses the road at a riskstrewn point just below Devils Dyke. Considered the most dangerous of all the 18 marshalled changeover points Henfield Joggers marshal this comprehensively (with a 15-person team) to ensure maximum safety. It’s a complex arrangement that the organisers rely on Henfield to do safely at a point which could easily be a course blackspot. One of the team, Lesley Kilner, sums up what it means to be part of this great day: “From a less experienced, old slow runner’s point of view this was a fabulous event... Team spirit was to the fore, and as predicted by others who’d undertaken this event before, you gave it your very best shot because you didn’t want to let your team down.” She went on: “We were blessed by almost perfect weather conditions, a bit cloudy which made it just right for running. The South Downs Way is sublime and running parts of it may have been the most physically demanding thing I have ever done but it was equally one of the most memorable and I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to take part.” Despite being one of the smallest running clubs spanning the South Downs Way, Henfield are consistently complimented on the fantastic number of volunteers and what a friendly and vocally supportive bunch we are! Fancy a crack at the South Downs Way Relay next year? I’m afraid it’s a closed event, by invitation only…. Henfield will be back – if invited! Paul Crowe

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’m happy to admit that up until now I’ve been one of those people who revelled in the fact that I’ve been able to avoid school holidays when taking a week off. When travelling “off peak”, not only is it cheaper, but you get that smug feeling that everything is a bit quieter, a bit easier, a bit less stressful… I hate queueing and would happily take a half hour detour to avoid a 15 minute traffic jam - just so that I feel like I’m making some progress. Seeing the chaos at Dover as everyone tried to get away for the summer holidays this year made me quake in my boots! However, that has now all changed and the honeymoon period is over. Our eldest son has started school, so we are joining the ranks of other parents and looking at the half term week for a holiday. I suppose we could always take a detour via Ireland on the way to France to avoid Dover, but even to my warped sense of logic that doesn’t seem a good idea! Travel to the continent has become a lot easier and cheaper in recent years which has meant more and more pet owners choosing to get their dog (or cat) a pet passport to accompany them on their holidays. Rules and regulations associated with the pet travel scheme have also been relaxed making the whole process much simpler. In order to get a passport all you have to do is have your dog or cat microchipped and vaccinated against rabies. Three weeks after the rabies vaccine has been administered, you can travel. It’s more straightforward on the return leg too – for dogs a tapewormer between 24 and 120 hours before you return to the UK is all that’s required.

The increase in travelling pets does raise concerns regarding diseases and illnesses which can be picked up on the continent, or more seriously transmitted to the local pet population on return to the UK. There is no longer a requirement on the pet travel scheme for dogs and cats to be treated for ticks before they return to the UK. However earlier this year three dogs in Essex, which had never travelled, were diagnosed with Babesiosis. Babesiosis is a disease exotic to the UK which is transmitted by ticks and causes serious illness which can be fatal. Lungworm is another previously exotic pathogen which has now become endemic in the UK - Surrey and Sussex being the two most affected areas. Lungworm causes a variety of symptoms including bleeding disorders and can also be fatal. So, what is the message of this rather gloomy section? While it’s great that pet travel has become more accessible, pet owners need to be aware of the health risks associated with these developments. Many exotic diseases like Babesiosis are transmitted by biting insects such as ticks and biting flies, lungworm is transmitted by eating infected slugs and snails. Prevention of these pathogens is as important as ever and is brought about by either eliminating the intermediate host or by tackling the parasite head on. Ticks, which transmit a variety of diseases, can be prevented using topical spot-ons or impregnated collars. Lungworm is prevented using topical spot-ons or monthly tablets. If your pet is not covered, or you’d like more information, please contact us at the practice.

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | Local interest

New school year,

new Headteacher for St Peters!

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t Peter’s CofE Primary School will be welcoming lots of new faces this September, including a new Headteacher – Mr Steve McCulley! Steve actually started working at St Peters for two days a week towards the end of the summer term (after acting Headteacher Laura Roberts went on maternity leave), which gave him the perfect opportunity to get acquainted with daily life at St Peters. This is when I met with him to find out a bit more about his background and his plans for St Peter’s. Steve actually began his working life working for the Ministry of Defence before deciding that his real vocation in life was education. He started in special education, working with secondary schoolage children in residential schools. After reaching the most senior level he could without moving into an office-based role, Steve decided to re-train as a primary school teacher. His first primary teaching post was in Epsom and from there he moved to Crawley as Assistant Head and Inclusion Manager. For the past eight years Steve has been Deputy Headteacher at Holy Trinity Primary School in Cuckfield where he has also been, more recently, Acting Headteacher. I asked him what appealed to him about joining to St Peter’s School: “It’s like when you are looking to buy a house, you know within the first 10 seconds of walking inside whether it’s the ‘one’ or not and

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it’s the same with schools. Any teacher will tell you the same.” He went on to explain: “Every school is unique. The children are wonderful here and they are very confident and ‘switched on’ with their learning. The school is also very self-aware – it knows what it is, what it needs to do and it knows the journey it’s on. It’s hugely exciting to be a part of that journey.” Whilst Steve has plans for St Peter’s, he makes it very clear that he is not one for introducing change for change’s sake. “Laura Roberts did an outstanding job as Acting Headteacher last year and I look forward to her returning from maternity leave so that we can build a strong leadership partnership.” Steve talked about his ideas for the future: He went on: “I want to give more power to the voice of pupils, giving them more opportunity to run the school, whether that be leading assembly’s, liaising with parents or working with the leadership team. I’m already working with Reverend Paul who is very open to new ideas and development.” Having worked in education for 29 years, Steve has a wealth of experience to bring to St Peter’s as well as huge amounts of enthusiasm: “I see great things for the future of St Peter’s: the children here have enormous potential as does the school as a whole.” Sarah Butler

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Reflexology is based on the principle that there are reflex and hands which correspond points in the feet roots in ancient traditional me to all parts of the body. With reflexology’s dicine, it has long been believ pressure to these reflex points ed stimulates the body’s innate that applying healing ability.

Our feet have over 7,000 nerve endings so it is not surprisin g that reflexology can be a stimulat ing, sensory experience. Ner are the body’s commun ves icat system and by using pres ion sure and massage to work spe cific reflexes on feet or han reflexology can stimulate nervds, improve circulation, calm tens es, ion and rebalance energy flow .

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In this busy world, taki ng time out to work on your reflex points, or having someone give you a treatment can be incredibly soothing and healing. Her e are some simple techniques to help you with acute ailments.

Headaches

Using the thumb or index finger, massage with small circular movements over the pad of each big toe. A dull headache across the forehead may be eased by pressing toenail - massage across just below the big the base of the nail and continue down to the base of the big toe. The sinus reflexes are foun d in all the toes, so if a headache is caused by blocked sinuses, massage and gently squ eeze the sides, back and top of each toe and The same techniques can then rotate them. be applied to the hands by working the thumb and fingers.

Insomnia & Tension For over excitability,

massage directly below the bony prominence of each wrist, on the little fing er side. For general help with sleep, massage eac particularly the top and dow h big toe or thumb, n each side. Continue down the entire length of the foot to the heel (if working inner edge of each the edge of the thumb to the wris hands, the inner t). The solar plexus reflex is the key point for relieving tension. It can be found just below the ball of the foot in the centre (there is a point). This reflex can also natural dent at this hands. Push into this poin be worked on the t and exhale. Repeat three timeand inhale, release s.

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SEPTEMBER 2016 | Local interest

Local Lives

As part of our local lives feature we are delighted to introduce Shermanbury resident Angela Lightburn who has recently published her first book ‘An annoyance of neighbour’s’. What led you to write the book? Contrary to popular belief, it came out of being part of the team which developed the Neighbourhood Plan for Shermanbury. In consulting with the residents of the parish, we were made aware of the problems they faced and their wish to create an active, strong, safe and friendly community. It is surprising how often you overhear conversations at the hairdressers, in the supermarket queue, on the train, bus, in a pub or café about neighbours, including stories about kind neighbours helping each other out. As a psychologist I am fascinated by how people interact, how we can say one thing but our body language can imply something completely different and the minefield of undercurrents, subtexts and etiquette involved in forced relationships such as those between neighbours. The idea was born out of all these things and once I started writing I couldn’t stop! Writing the book has prompted me to persuade Shermanbury Parish Council to introduce a Good Neighbour Award, which launches this year. What were the best and worst aspects of writing the book? I really enjoyed all the research and had great fun writing the quiz which still makes me laugh!

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The worst part was waiting to see if it would be accepted by the publishers. How have your neighbours responded to the publication of the book? Most of them have bought a copy (or two) and we’re still friends! What’s your favourite event in the local calendar? It has to be Cowfold Festival which is held in July on the village green. It’s a great mix of stalls selling books, jewellery, plants and bric-a-brac, and there’s a beer tent, a BBQ, teas, homemade cakes and ice creams, over 100 fabulous classic cars, a fun fair with dodgems and a big wheel, dog show, singing and dancing displays, ferret racing, the occasional celebrity and an amazing flower and produce show. Best of all it’s free to get in including the evening event with live bands. There’s something for the whole family and all the proceeds go to local charities. What’s your favourite local walk/view/place? I love the walk along the bridleway known as The Grove between the A281 and Frylands Lane. It changes with the seasons and there are some lovely views across the River Adur to the South Downs. It goes past St Giles church, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, and at the eastern end there is a small chapel and cemetery in Frylands Lane which is a peaceful, contemplative place. Do you have a favourite local pub or place to eat? We’re lucky to be able to walk to The Royal Oak on Wineham Lane where they do great food, wine and beer and the landlord, Mike, is very welcoming and a great host. Can you give us a top tip? Learn to differentiate between the urgent and the important. Angela’s book ‘An annoyance of neighbours’ is available from Amazon or direct from the publishers at www.troubador.co.uk/ bookshop

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ince rebranding as FeetPlus Henfield earlier this year, little has changed except the signage at the clinic in Furners Lane.

The Team at FeetPlus; Laura, our receptionist, Charles Tovey and Becky Maxwell; who currently care for our Henfield podiatry patients, are now joined by our new and experienced podiatrist Pat Turnbull, herself, a future Henfield resident. Pat has been a podiatrist for over 20 years. In addition to general chiropody & podiatry treatments, she specialises in painless laser therapy for verrucae, podiatric acupuncture and also provides a pampering medical pedicure service too.

and The Australian Podiatry Association. She has vast experience of diagnosing and treating all types of foot problems, skin and nail infections and those associated with poor foot function which can affect the knees, hips. back and neck. She practices all aspects of general Podiatry and Chiropody, Sports Medicine, Nail Surgery, Acupuncture, Laser Therapy, Manipulation and Postural assessment. Pats research in America covered skin and nail infections. Pat spent 2 years studying verrucae at University in Glasgow over 20 years ago and treats them with Low Level Laser Therapy which is a painless, non-invasive, non-thermal successful treatment which does not require keeping the foot out of water. Western Acupuncture can give relief for many painful foot and knee problems especially overuse, post trauma or osteo-arthritic problems

Pat has an ongoing research study to reduce falls in the elderly thus avoiding a fall and allowing many people to live active, independent lives. She has implemented the work carried out on Astronauts pre and post flights to the International Space Station when zero gravity can cause the same problems as being chair or bed bound. Pat has been working in Australia for the last 4 years where as the Podiatry expert she wrote in a Q and A column for ‘Yours’ magazine Australia. She now writes for ‘Yours’ in the UK.

Foot pain is not an inevitable result of ageing- it is not normal and nobody should expect it as they get older. It is most important to keep your feet pain free and healthy allowing you to stay more active.

Pat qualified with a BSc degree in Podiatric Medicine from Salford University. She is registered Pat has moved to live in Henfield where she works in both UK and Australia and has studied with a at Feet Plus in Henfield . Dermatologist in America. Martin Jenkins - Managing Director She is a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Association, The American Pedorthic Association

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Tax implications of divorce/separation Whilst divorce can have some serious tax implications, the act of separation is in fact more significant from a tax perspective. Understandably, many couples may have no immediate appetite for addressing anything beyond their emotional fallout. They may lose sight of the real financial benefits to the family as a whole that can be achieved if a coordinated separation is put in place with clear timelines and tax elections. Early and accurate fact finding is necessary. It is essential to look at where parties reside and are domiciled for tax purposes. Tax advice in all countries in which the couple has assets should be taken without delay. Most tax regimes run to a calendar year, the UK being an exception. It can take some time for both parties to work out what is in the financial pot. It may take a bit longer, even with legal and financial advice, to identify and explore the range of possible financial outcomes. In legal terms, there is no one right solution. Instead there is a range of possible blends of division of capital and income, which can be tailored for each family. If possible, values of assets and potential tax calculations should be made and agreed between advisers and the couple. Assets are normally valued just before negotiations start, rather than at the date of separation. Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is an important consideration and can have significant implications on how a couple decide to sort out their financial arrangements and even when they decide to separate. Married couples who live together enjoy the ability to transfer assets between themselves free of CGT under inter-spouse tax rules. If a couple separates, then the inter-spouse rules are lost from the beginning of the following tax year. For example, if you move out of the marital home in September

after a disastrous summer, then from 6 April 2017 you will no longer be able to transfer assets to your spouse without possibly creating a CGT liability. Such assets include share portfolios, buy-to-let property, land and second homes. From a tax point of view, the earlier in the tax year that you separate, the more time you have to sort out the finances - before losing the inter-spouse benefits come the following 6 April. Although that is not going to be practical for most couples, it is worth thinking about. The reality for most people is that by the time they start to think about tax planning on separation, the CGT exemption will have been lost. For Inheritance Tax (IHT) purposes, transfers between spouses are exempt transfers right up until the final annulment of the marriage or civil partnership. Transfers made on divorce, or for the maintenance of the family, are exempt from IHT too. My message is simple - anyone planning to separate or divorce should speak to a tax adviser as well as their lawyer. Working together might sound slightly strange, when a marriage is ending, but needs must! With lenders demanding higher percentage deposits and mortgages available to fewer, any capital or Income Tax savings that can be made are going to be very welcome.

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Daisy Easton Domestic Cleaner

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Hamfelds Building Supplies

46

DB Foot Clinic Garden Room Holistic Massage Hear to Listen House of Healing Henfield Chiropractic Clinic Henfield Feet Plus Metame Sussex Osteopath & Complementary Health

44 18 10 36 48 49 12 45

East Barn Interiors Ltd Helen Puxley Soft Furnishings Martha’s Barn Ray Bishop Upholstery Simply Blinding Ltd.

32 08 35 46 52

HARDWARE & DIY

HEALTH & COMPLEMENTARY HEALTH

INTERIORS, BLINDS & UPHOLSTERY

LEISURE, EVENTS & COMMUNITY The Henfield Hall

LOCKSMITHS

63

Lucy Locksmith

61

Millbrook Wood Fuel

18

LOGS

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Inner Space Office & Storage

65

OPTICIAN

Henfield Eyecare

OVEN CLEANING

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40 55

PAINTING & DECORATING

GARAGE HENFIELD

66 |

56 54 56 46 56 03, 30 24 20 57

GIFTS, BOOKS, JEWELLERY & ART

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66 68 59

Mark Atkinson Decorator RJF Decorating Trim Decorating

50 57 50

ACT Pest Control Mole Trapper

62 23

Brendon’s Saddlery Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries

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King and Stevens

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A. Stenning Aquatec Aspect Plumbing & Heating CJ Plumbing MC Services Gas Plumbing & Heating

61 58 62 58 60

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PICTURE FRAMING & BOOK BINDING PLANT HIRE & SALES

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PUBS, RESTAURANTS & CAFÉS Cat & Canary Pub Full of Beans The Post House Cafe The Shepherd and Dog Singing Hills Pavilion Restaurant taste...deli catering The White Hart

33 24 & 31 31 02 33 16 25

RA Walker Roofing Services Ltd Steyning Roofing Sussex Flat Roofs

46 57 50

HBH Rubbish Clearance

55

Dove Nursery The Good Start School Little Gems Oscar Bears Day Care

40 04 40 40

Flackwoods Solicitors Griffith Smith Farrington Webb Setford Solicitors The Sussex Wills Office

43 65 21 65

Contain Yourself Storage Inner Space Office & Storage

51 65

Chauffeur Car Service Henfield Village Cars

51 62

A & S Aerials & Satellites Aerials & More Norsat

59 60 61

The Green Reaper Southern Beeches Ltd. The Tree Works

54 54 56

Hawthorn Veterinary Surgeries

38

We Mend Washing Machines

58

Haigh’s Window Cleaning

51

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