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How will we remember them? The truth about roadworks "hell" on the seafront
Greg Hadfield Countless dead and countless names - on war memorials we revere once a year on Armistice Day. But, more often than not, we wander by with barely a glimpse, barely a thought On August 4 2014, Brighton and Hove will join the nation in remembering the first day of conflict in the First World War, the war - that like so many others â€“ was the war to end all wars. Great plans are already under way. And our city is certain to do what it can. Brighton and Hove is home to scores of war memorials to those who died between 1914 and 1918: 81 in Brighton and 39 in Hove, according to the War Memorials Archive held by the Imperial War Museum. It is, of course, the lives and
sacrifices of men, women and children - the people behind the names on the memorials - that must never be forgotten. A Brighton Museum-led project has already begun, to collect First World War stories, photographs and mementoes for a landmark exhibition next year. Much more is being planned. For its part, Brighton & Hove Independent is committed to photographing and mapping all the war memorials within our city, with the keen desire that the families of the fallen may also come forward and share their stories with our readers. How do you think Brighton and Hove should mark the centenary next year? Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent. co.uk. Twitter: @BrightonIndy
IT WAS described as "Summer Hellidays" - in a front-page article about "non-emergency" roadworks planned to coincide with the "busiest" time of the year. The only problem with the two-fact article? Neither fact was correct. News that a busy seafront stretch of the A259 would be closed for three weeks is inevitably of interest. And for headline-writers, any traffic congestion is bound to provoke "anger" - or "ire" if headline space is tight. "Traders and councillors have asked why non-emergency work is being carried out now at the height of summer when the city is on show to the world," one local newspaper reported. The truth is that the roadworks clogging up the road outside the Hilton Brighton Metropole - where Brighton & Hove Independent has its offices - are the result of a gas leak requiring emergency repairs. A temporary "fix" - management of what threatened to be a continual problem - proved inadequate. Hence the urgent work. â€œMany would think this is indeed an emergency," a spokesman for Brighton and Hove City Council said. "There has been
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a gas leak close to the junction of West Street for some time, which has been managed rather than permanently fixed. "This temporary repair was done in the expectation that this gas main project would provide a permanent solution by decommissioning the problematic section of gas main that currently requires frequent repair, often at short notice. â€œIf the planned work on the gas main were postponed, the gas company could well have to return PLEASE REPLY to make further repairs in the road in the meantime.
â€œThe works have been implemented in a way that most reduces disruption to traffic. â€œAugust is not in any case the â€˜busiest timeâ€™ on the A259 in Brighton. Traffic is quieter than many months in the winter, because there are fewer vehicles commuting or doing the school run. â€œThe gas company also had a narrow window of opportunity between Pride and the Labour Party Conference to do the work and to avoid these two major events in the city's calendar.â€? NO LATER THAN: 18/07/2013 It may be hell. But it is an emergency.
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THE 100TH ISSUE of Brighton & Hove Independent was an unprecedented success. With a special front page to mark Pride weekend, a record number of copies of your favourite weekly newspaper were printed and distributed. Lynn James, our sales manager, and Mark Ansell, our managing
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A celebration that brings us all together
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Jason Kitcat In its 40th year, one of the biggest Pride festivals the city has ever hosted took place last weekend with some 100,000 visitors a day to the city and 25,000 attending the popular park event. At a time when some places around the world not only tolerate discrimination but even sometimes enshrine it in law, supporting events such as Pride is all the more important. The theme this year was “icons”, and it was brilliant to see so many key public figures – both cultural and political – celebrate with us this year. All LGBT Pride marches across the world have evolved over time. Our annual Pride celebrations are a big, complex event for the organisers to plan and manage. Every year, the council supports Pride in a variety of ways, including helping the organisers work through the logistical and safety
Crowds in Preston Park celebrate Pride
issues that arise from holding such a large and successful event across the city. The police, fire and health services have all also been involved to make sure that the event went safely and smoothly. Considering the size of the event, there were relatively few problems and the clear-up was swift. The council’s rubbish collection
teams picked up more than 150 tonnes from across our city over the weekend. There’s still a long way to go to tackle discrimination and achieve equality – for example, 98 hate-crime incidents against LGBT people are reported to UK police forces every week. And as with other hate crimes, many more incidents go unreported. It
is, however, only through campaigning and raising awareness that we’ll be able to tackle these issues. The global struggle for equality goes on. But Pride is first and foremost a celebration that brings together all our communities. It was wonderful to see so many enjoying the day and celebrating our city’s proud heritage of tolerance.
Jason Kitcat is Leader of Brighton & Hove City Council. Email him at: Jason.Kitcat@brighton-hove.gov.uk or follow him on Twitter : @jasonkitcat
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Homeless quartet head for World Cup Richard Morris FOUR FOOTBALLERS from Brighton have been picked to represent their country at next week’s Homeless World Cup. Shanice Calcutt, Joe Lidster, Dion Spall and Nicole Webley will head to Poland to take part in the tournament as part of Team England before playing in a host of other competitions over the next six months. The quartet were chosen after impressing at a Homeless FA training and development course held at Brighton and Hove Albion’s Amex stadium in May. Led by the Seagulls’ charitable arm, Albion in the Community (AITC), the scheme saw 30 young people from across Sussex take part – each at various stages of their homelessness. The five-week programme aimed to help people from homeless backgrounds, by using football as a tool to improve self-confidence and self-esteem. As part of the project,
all those taking part completed a personal development course and studied for an accredited qualification in sports leadership. The course locally was one of just nine hosted by professional clubs in England and complements extensive work already being done by AITC in the Brighton area. Jacob Naish, AITC's head of inclusion, said the charity was delighted to take part and was proud of everyone involved – not just those selected for England duty. He said: “We are extremely proud of everyone who took part in our programme and it is great that our training centre has been recognised in this way “It was a truly inspiring programme to be part of." The Brighton foursome set off for Poland today (Friday) in preparation for the 72-team tournament getting underway on Sunday. Both male and female teams take part and the team of coaches accompanying Team
England include former players who have themselves been through the course. Upon returning from Poland, the Brighton contingent will be among 36 players who will spend half a year working with the Homeless FA and representing their country. This spell includes sessions at the charity’s regional centres as well as St George’s Park, England’s multi-million-pound state-of-the-
art centre for excellence. Each player will be helped to formulate a bespoke personal development plan and the hope is that by continuing to work with each young person, the Homeless FA can help transform their lives. And, to help with its work, the charity, which was launched last year, has been awarded a grant after being chosen by the prime minister. David Cameron will officially announce the prize this weekend.
The other professional clubs currently hosting regional training centres are: Arsenal, Bristol City, Derby County, Hull City, Manchester United, Norwich City, Sunderland, and West Bromwich Albion. For more information on the charity, visit: www. homelessfa.org To learn more about the work of AITC, visit: www. albioninthecommunity.org.uk
Dead hippies on menu at super-cool MEATliquor Exclusive by Susanna Reid AN UBER-TRENDY restaurant phenomenon - specialising in burgers and beef patties known as "Dead Hippies" - is on its way to Brighton. MEATliquor, whose upmarket menu began life simply as a burger served from a van, has become something of a craze - resulting in a mini-chain in London, famous (or infamous?) for its queues. Brighton & Hove Independent can reveal that next month the company will be opening its first restaurant outside the capital, opposite St Peter's Church, in York Place, Brighton. It will accommodate up to 100 diners. The brand is the result of a collaboration between Yianni Papoutsis - renowned as one of the pioneers of street food in the United Kingdom - and his friend and business partner Scott Collins, named by the Evening Standard newspaper as one the 1,000 most Influential people in London. Yianni embarked on his carnivorous crusade with the first MEATwagon in 2009, hosting a series of underground "Meatings" from a small burger van, turning up in car parks and industrial estates across London. These culminated in the infamous Towpath Festivals, attracting hundreds or revellers to eat, drink and dance until the small hours. Scott - after five years working in bars and clubs from Los Angeles and London to Val d'Isere - moved
into the boutique restaurant and "mixology" scene. He then decided to tackle the pub scene opening 13 venues in all, eight of of which he continues to run. Following the theft of the second MEATwagon - purchased with Scott’s help in 2010 after the first was vandalised beyond repair - the two friends joined forces to unleash the "notorious and now legendary" #Meateasy in southeast London. #Meateasy was housed in a derelict Italian restaurant above an abandoned pub in New Cross and manned by an army of volunteers. In the summer of 2011, the third and current MEATwagon, known affectionately as "Florence", hit the streets. "Florence" has since been a regular sight at festivals, events and parties around the UK. Continuing a long-standing collaboration, Yianni and Scott have worked with Shed, interior architects with offices in London and Singapore, to create a unique space that - while continuing many themes from their previous work together - draws inspiration from Brighton’s history. Along with other MEATliquor fodder - including the Dead Hippie burger and Chilli Cheese Fries - the new restaurant will also be serving up a range of new dishes using local fish and seafood. And to drink? Buckets of ice-cold beer, with a few "cheeky cocktails", crafted by Soulshakers, the equally-fashionable drinks consultancy. Naturally.
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Parking and “profiteering”: The Greens answer back FOR MANY YEARS parking policies in Brighton and Hove have attracted controversy, with price rises, accusations that the Greens hate cars, and claims last week of excessive profits. IAN DAVEY (pictured), the Green Party councillor who is lead member for transport, sits in the middle of it all. Brighton & Hove Independent asked him the hard questions. These are his answers. Let's start with profits from parking, said to be the highest outside London. How do you justify them? Last week's RAC figures, picked up by the press, show a parking surplus of just over £14m. Although they've only just come out, the figures were actually for the year before the Greens' parking policies came into force and covered the final year of Conservative parking policies. Those policies had seen a rise of 40% in just four years - and that's what really lay behind the headlines.The RAC didn't look at the results of Green parking policies. But it's a surprise to be the sixth-highest in the country? It isn't that unusual. Brighton and Hove has regularly been appearing in the United Kingdom's top 10 for a long time. We're a small city, but our visitor industry is huge, with more than eight million visitors a year. Is it right to make so much profit? Isn't it just a stealth tax? It isn't profit; it's important city income. Much of it comes from those eight million visitors and it's ploughed straight back into city transport. About half goes on running the parking service: enforcement and appeals, equipment, signage and carpark maintenance. Over our first two years, we've invested more than £4 million in much-needed refurbishment of car parks, such as Regency Square and Trafalgar Street. The remaining income, by law, must be reinvested into transport projects. In fact, 98% pays for free bus passes for older people. The rest goes towards public transport, such as school buses and vital bus routes that aren't commercially viable. The Greens are portrayed as putting up parking prices by large amounts. Is that true?
It's a myth that most parking has risen by huge amounts. We've been in office two years and during that time ordinary residential permits have pretty well just kept track with inflation and short-stay prices in most council car parks have been steady - or, in some cases, are lower now than when we came into office. In our first year, we did increase parking prices, right in the centre and on the central seafront. But we barely touched them this year. What about car parks such as Churchill Square and Church Street? We wish they were cheaper, but they're privately run and outside our control. Why did you raise the price of city-centre street parking? Is it true you hate cars? If you look at the A23 queues on a busy summer weekend, it's clear our roads and parking availability cannot cope with the volume of cars driving in and trying to park right in the city centre. So our strategy simply aims to distribute traffic along more of the seafront and into the council car parks. We've made it more expensive right in the city's heart, but offer cheaper parking in car parks such the North Laine's Trafalgar Street, and cheaper all-day parking on Hove and Kemptown seafronts - with some prices as low as £5 for 24 hours. Our long history of congestion is no good and it's time someone did something. Visitors spend valuable time sitting in cars and residents get hit by the roadside pollution. We need to improve the efficiency of getting people in, giving them more time to enjoy our city and spend money, and we need to clean up our city. Aren't these policies putting
visitors off? Absolutely not. We’ve had record numbers of visitors, including one million visitors in July alone. We had the best ticket sales ever at this year’s Brighton Fringe and one of the most successful Pride festivals ever last weekend, with about 100,000 people visiting each day. Are your policies actually working? Sustainable transport - walking, cycling and public transport - is becoming ever more popular in the city. Bus-use is rising noticeably, after a period of flatlining and in sharp contrast to the national decline. The recent census shows that more people are walking and cycling to work while car use is going down. It's contributing to improving air quality across most of the city and improving road safety, with the numbers of collisions and casualties also going down. We've only been in office for two years – but, yes, all the evidence says they're working. What do you think about Ian Davey’s answers? Let us know your thoughts. Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent. co.uk. Twitter: @BrightonIndy
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Housing the young; warehousing the old
Jean Calder THE HISTORIC Co-op building in Brighton’s London Road has been demolished - apart from its facade. This, it seems, was the only thing about it that the city’s planning committee really valued. A building that represented a key part of the area’s history, used by generations of local people, especially the elderly, has been ripped down to provide yet another accommodation block for students, 351 of them. It was a particularly galling decision to the local community, given that the original building was founded on older people’s labour, cooperative commitment, and buying power. Those of us who objected to this application warned of environmental harm to the Rosehill community, predicting that families who have lived there for years would be forced out
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and that demolition work would damage neighbouring small houses. It seems our fears are being realised. Already, several "For sale" signs have appeared in Rosehill Terrace and there are reports that many residents of London Terrace have already moved - driven out by noise, dust, cracked walls and simple despair. The area's elderly residents, however, have little choice and are unlikely to be able to move. Many are frail, especially those in the sheltered housing scheme at Rosehill Court. That scheme was built in 1983, by a council rather more enlightened - in planning terms - than the current one. During the consultation period, Rosehill residents submitted objections to the development and also positive suggestions for the site. They argued that this neighbourhood is particularly suitable for elderly people, those with mobility problems, and
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families on modest incomes being easily accessible by public transport and close to shops and a park. They wanted the council to earmark the site for older people or at least a mixed-community development. Regrettably, the council chose to listen to much more powerful voices. Students tend to be young and able-bodied, well able to climb hills, ride bicycles, and walk to shops and bus-stops. They don’t need to be accommodated in city-centre sites. It is becoming increasingly clear, however, that this is where they are being placed and that the city council has little objection. This could be for many reasons - including students’ buying power, disproportionate influence exerted by the two universities and, I suspect, the value to politicians of a mass student vote. In contrast, old people especially those with dementia
or nursing needs - have little power. They are being pushed to the outskirts of the city, where potentially they face isolation, loneliness and some risk - trapped in institutions which may or may not be well run. Care standards in the city’s residential care homes, as elsewhere in the country, are not as they should be. The best and most effective way to maintain these standards is to anchor a service in a community that owns it and where families and friends can easily visit. Yet here we make it increasingly difficult for families to keep contact. Unless families have easy access to a car, often they face long journeys by bus and when they reach their destination typically find no parks or independent shops, pubs, cafes or restaurants they can visit with their loved one. The other day, I read about a development at Woodingdean. This
new nursing and residential home is built on “part of a woodland site” and will accommodate 80 elderly people, - two miles from Brighton’s city centre. I’m sure it’s wellequipped and it may be well-run. It looks, however, like a modern warehouse, which I suppose is what it is - a rather more comfortable version of the asylums where previous generations placed the old, sick and insane, far away from anywhere they could upset the fashionable set or embarrass the city’s leaders. Meanwhile, the Co-op building’s gaping facade, backed by ruins and propped up by scaffolding, stands open against the sky - a monument to the city’s’ obsession with youth and profit. It could be an image of Brighton itself - a place obsessed with appearance not substance - one, as they say, that knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.
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Digital festival launches innovative educational programme
AN INTEGRATED education programme is at the heart of next month's Brighton Digital Festival, it is revealed today. The programme - led by Lighthouse, the Brighton-based digital culture agency - is timed to coincide with students returning to schools for the new academic year. Lighthouse is partnering with world-class games designers, Hide&Seek (www.hideandseek.net), to stage an intensive Game Jam on Saturday, September 14. Students from two local schools - Brighton Aldridge Community Academy and Portslade Aldridge Community Academy - will take themselves out of school and be put directly into the festival programme. Together with teachers and games designers, the students will develop a series of new games for Brighton Digital Festival, which will be showcased at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery in a Digital Late event on Thursday, September 26. The Game Jam is part of Art at Work, a two-year programme of activities that builds confidence, creative skills and knowledge of young people through workshops, events and projects. Game Jam will provide an exciting learning environment for the local students and have a real-world outcome, empowering the digital artists and critical engineers of tomorrow.
Art at Work is a collaboration between Lighthouse, Photoworks, The Aldridge Foundation, Brighton and Portslade Aldridge Community Academies, and Brighton and Hove City Council. It is supported by Arts Council England. Other education-focused events at this year’s Brighton Digital Festival include the Mini Maker Faire, which will return for its third year to the Corn Exchange. Celebrating the Maker movement, this inventive and creative faire asks those attending to embrace the do-it-yourself mindset, with the aims of creating exciting digital inventions. Having attracted more than 7,000 people last, the Mini Maker Faire - on Saturday, September 7 - promises to be a highlight of the festival. New to this year’s festival is "Learn to program with Scratch", a workshop aimed at teaching children aged 10 to 12 how to make their own computer games and animations. It’s free and takes place at St Bartholomew's CofE Primary School in Ann Street, Brighton, on Saturday, September 14 at 10am and 2pm. More events and workshops not to be missed include Learn To Code, an intensive beginner coding class teaching participants how to code and build websites from scratch in a single day - as well as, WordPress Workshop, a free all-day
Official! Lottie looks stylish in her "Docs" A 21-YEAR-OLD student is the most stylish wearer of Dr Martens footwear in the city.Who says? Dr Martens, that's who. Lottie Moore, who recently completed her first year studying primary education at the University of Brighton, wins £300 of Dr Martens shoes, accessories and clothing from the new DM Brighton store in Prince Albert Street, Brighton. Lottie, from Dorchester, was photographed by one of DM’s "stylehunters" in the North Laine on June 15. She grabbed attention by wearing pink Dr Martens shoes - from the “Made In England” range, since you ask - with classic DMs being teamed with a grey jumper dress and oversized denim jacket. Lottie beat stiff competition from hundreds of fashionable locals, but was selected as the final winner by Liz Bishop, founder and event director of Brighton Fashion Week. “It was a really difficult decision
as there are so many incredibly stylish DM wearers in Brighton with a wildly eclectic mix of looks," Liz said. "But Lottie stood out to me for her personal, unique and very individual Dr Martens style. Well done, Lottie! You’re a deserved winner and a true street-style icon!” For her part, Lottie said: "My DMs are a fail-safe favourite - and I think the new store will fit in well here with Brighton's relaxed but unique style." The Dr Martens street-style competition ran throughout June and July to mark the opening of the iconic brand’s first Brighton store. Some street-style competition photos were taken by DM "stylehunters" on Brighton’s streets; other people sent in photographs via Twitter and Instagram. All the competition’s photographs can be viewed on Twitter via hashtags #DrMartensStyle and #DrMartensBrighton
lesson that will expand participants’ knowledge and offer practical advice on an array of topics surrounding WordPress. More than 40,000 visitors including families, digital experts, and admirers of digital art are expected to attend and participate in the many events throughout Brighton in September. For the full list of events, visit www. brightondigitalfestival. co.uk/events
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Census data highlights the boundaries that divide us IN ONE sense, the data that we publish today from the 2011 census tells us what we already knew. The wealthier middle-class live in some parts of the city; the poorer working class live in others. Many of our fellow citizens who moved here from abroad are more frequently to be found in the “poorer” estates on the periphery, rather than the leafier suburbs. This is, of course, not only a consequence of the high cost of housing in the city, but also a contributory cause of it. The data we publish on pages 20 and 21 only scratches the surface of what is availalbe. And any interpretation must be undertaken with care. If you wish to study the detail yourself, visit: www.nomisweb. co.uk/census/2011/local_ characteristics. Some things, however, are clear. And the census data is a salutory reminder: the professional classes -
mainly white, mainly British - congregate and cluster in a minority of areas: Withdean, Hove Park, and Preston Park, with few of their colleagues living in North Portslade, Hollingdean and Stanmer, or Moulsecoomb and Bevendean. Similarly, many of those who describe themselves as Asian or Asian British, or as black, African, Caribbean, or black British, are unlikely to live in the “wealthier” wards. The overwhelming sense may be of a single - but diverse - city, with all the socio-economic differences of 21st-century British society. But the warning signs are there, pointing to issues such as financial and social exclusion – pointing, in short, to poverty for many and wealth for a few. With financial austerity only having increased – its effect felt disproportionately by the less well-off – we should all study the data and deliberate on our responses, both individually and collectively.
We must remember that a city is its people WHAT’S TO be done about London Road? Two of our columnists today - from very different perspectives, for very different reasons - approach this important question facing our city. Not just because London Road holds so much promise, but because areas like it across the city are symptomatic of the changing nature of the high street - and the changing nature of many cities. And yet, there are many
grounds for optimism. The Level is already a marvel to behold, even before the Velo cafe opens! The Open Market will further fuel a resurgence. At the heart of any sustainable solution, however, must be the people who use London Road, who work in its many shops, and who live in the surrounding area. A city is its people. Whatever the answer, whatever the question, we must not forget that simple fact.
IN RESPONSE to Jean Calder's article on "Fear, Sharia and one law for all" (page 10 August 2), I would like to reassure readers that Sharia or Islamic law protects the rights of women, children, the poor and minority groups. It is derived from the Quran and the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him). One example of Sharia law often cited as a discrimination against women are the rules of inheritance that grants male inheritors twice that of female inheritors. In Islamic law, males have the additional responsibility to cover all costs of all their female relatives that include food, clothing and accommodation, whether
they are wealthier than their female counterparts or not. With this extra responsibility, despite their greater share of inheritance, Muslim men often find themselves out of pocket! Islam teaches Muslims that they should live by the law of the land they reside in. If Sharia law was introduced for British Muslims and had a legal standing in British law, it would give women who might be in an abusive relationship an added layer of protection and rights not already granted to them under UK law. As I write, Muslims are almost coming to the end of Ramadan four weeks of daily fasting from dawn till dusk. Unknown to many -
but known to a few - is the fact that mosques up and down the country, including in Brighton and Hove, use the opportunity to feed the homeless at the break of fast. The climax of Ramadan is at its end with a celebration called Eid. An Eid party is taking place this year in Norfolk Square, Brighton, tomorrow (Saturday), organised by Muslim women who are at the forefront of the Islamic community of Brighton and Hove. I would encourage anyone who would like to attend this family day and take the opportunity to meet and have a chat with Muslim men and women to come along and have some fun. Hassan Khabbazeh
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us, and regulate this industry. We feel betrayed by the police, who have repeatedly closed our road and formed military-style guards of honour, 70 officers strong, to escort Cuadrilla vehicles into the site. It is of huge national importance that we all stand up against this dangerous coalition of the petrochemical industry with our government. Fracking really is coming to a field near you. Balcombe needs you. Please come and help us, everyone out there. Our fight is not over. Charles and Kathryn Metcalfe No Fracking in Balcombe Society
south coast already has. What is the point of the i360? Brighton doesn’t even have a view that’s particularly worth seeing geographically and it will probably cost a fortune to go up it. f you look at the Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth, it’s part of a much bigger redevelopment of the whole waterfront. So the whole area is a pleasure to visit as a tourist and there’s lots of other things tourists can do in the immediate vicinity. Brighton’s seafront is not a pleasure to visit at present. Brighton and Hove City Council seems to miss the point of Brighton: it is a major resort where people come to holiday and should be looking at providing the basics that a visitor can expect from a resort. The council needs to stop prevaricating, give themselves a reality check and spend their £21 million improving the shabby areas of the city and building some practical facilities for the residents and holidaymakers. Glynis Coupar
WE ARE disgusted that drilling has started. We feel totally bullied by the oil and gas industry, by government at all levels from parish council right up to Cabinet Office. We are invaded by police, buzzing with helicopters. Cuadrilla have been allowed to start drilling while still waiting for permissions for radioactive waste, for toxic flares, and with no hope of finishing the work before their planning permission runs out next month. Government agencies are in a great hurry to deny us our rights to clean water, clean air, and a peaceful rural existence! It seems clear to us that the Environment Agency did not properly consider the public responses to previous permit requests – they brushed aside hundreds of detailed, informed public objections within three days. We have no confidence in these people who are supposed to protect
What’s the point of the i360? I COULDN’T agree more with Mike Holland’s views about i360 (page 13, August 2). Brighton seems to get carried away with fantastical developmental ideas before looking to providing the basic services and schemes that every major tourist town on the
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Hundreds gear up for cancer charity ride Frank le Duc Hundreds of cyclists are expected to ride thousands of miles at the weekend – all without leaving the Brighton Centre. They will be taking part in the Ride of Hope 3, a charity cycling and rowing event organised by a personal trainer from Hove. The aim is for about 1,000 people to take part over 12 hours of riding 125 indoor bikes, 25 “krankcycles” – arm-driven exercise bikes – and 25 rowing machines. The event tomorrow (Saturday) has been organised by Rick Goodchild, 40, from Hangleton. Mr Goodchild works as a personal trainer for Metabolic Solution in Portslade. But his reasons for organising tomorrow's event are personal: he lost his father to a brain tumour in 1990. He hopes that those taking part will raise £25,000 for Cancer Research UK (CRUK). His previous events raised £18,000 for the charity. Those taking part include the able-bodied, wheelchair users and people with prosthetic limbs and spinal disabilities. It is believed to be the first time that such an event has been held in Britain. Mr Goodchild said: “After seeing so many people around me affected
by cancer, I felt I needed to do something. “In 2011, a good friend, Erik Mulder, asked me to donate to an event he was organising for cancer research. “I offered to either donate £50 or take that £50 and turn it into £5,000. The inaugural Ride of Hope raised £6,500. Ride of Hope 2 was set up to raise £10,000 and we managed £11,500. “This is only the beginning as the plans I have for this event are to take it global and raise enough money so the scientists, who work tirelessly searching for cures for the various forms of the disease, can make a difference.” The ride will take the form of 12 individual 50-minute rides led by qualified, experienced and motivating fitness professionals, including Graham Burns, Britain’s first wheelchair-based indoor cycle instructor. He said that each ride would be to an eclectic mix of music and film to inspire and motivate those taking part. Videos ranging from the mountains of Maui to images of reallife heroes will be shown on a huge screen while other screens will show the heart rates of people taking part. The Ride of Hope 3 will run
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High street help is too little, too late Mike Holland WHOOPEE! The government has finally realised it’s tough on the high street - and have put together a new task force to try to stem the downward spiral of closures. As usual with government initiatives, it’s too little and too late, with a series of meaningless small grants being handed out to some of the countriy’s lowestperforming high streets. We now have one in eight of the nation’s shops sitting empty, while landlords struggle to cover the rates they have to pay in full while the premises are empty. It’s tough enough in these difficult times for a landlord who has empty premises because of a failed business tenant, without the added insult of having to pay full business rates. Mary Portas has long been campaigning to protect small
business in the high street. But it is an almost impossible uphill struggle. No landlords in their right minds are going to opt for small, high-risk businesses as tenants. The hoops they must jump through and the risks involved are just too great. It is no mystery why Britain’s towns are all looking much the same these days. You can visit pretty much any of our towns and cities and the same multistore retailers will dominate the high street. There is no incentive for the landlord to back small businesses, no matter how sympathetic they may be to a prospective tenant. Very few landlords will not have borrowed from a bank and the banks will want to see so-called “blue-chip companies” in situ or they are likely to withdraw funding. Add to that the risks associated with taking a bet on small businesses working out in the current environment and a landlord will always try to get one of the major retailers. Small business applicants are likely to be accepted only as a
London Road will need more than £83,000
last resort - and even then, they are unlikely to be anything other than a stop-gap, generally being given only a short lease and being excluded from the landlord and tenant act. One of these meaningless government initiatives is set to be played out in one of our own areas; London Road. Apparently, there is a plan to spend a paltry £83,000 on London Road, which must be on a par with trying to put out a major fire with a
garden hosepipe. While any help is to be applauded, if we can spend £6.4 million on so-called Lewes Road traffic improvements, surely we can do better than £83,000 to smarten and improve this grim approach to our city. It seems London Road is being blessed with: £17,000 for public arts events; £15,000 on revitalising empty properties (wow that will go a long way); £13,000 on training people to dress windows; £10,000
on a crime reduction scheme; and various other pitiful sums on meaningless things. These include a website, to tell us how marvellous London Road has become. All with £83,000. Really? God help us. Do you agree with Mike Holland? Let us know your thoughts. Email: views@ brightonandhoveindependent. co.uk. Twitter: @BrightonIndy
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Hospitals take “long hard look” at priorities Frank le Duc MORE THAN 775,000 patients came through the doors of the hospitals and treatment centres run by the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust in the past year. The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Kemptown is the biggest and busiest. The others include the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital and the Sussex
Eye Hospital in Brighton - as well as the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath. Many of those patients received the right treatment in the right place at the right time. But the growing pressure on accident and emergency (A&E) departments across the country was reflected in the difficulties encountered at the Royal Sussex over the past winter. The official watchdog, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), sent
inspectors to see the situation for themselves. Unsurprisingly, the focus has been on the CQC’s criticisms and how to put right the problems that the independent watchdog identified. That focus was evident when the hospital trust board met last week. It included a report on the action plan being followed as doctors, nurses and support staff look to raise standards and improve patient care.
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The issues included treating patients with privacy and dignity and making sure they were admitted to wards more promptly. Some patients were left unable to wash properly and had inadequate toilets. Others were left held in the A&E corridors. The way that some older frail patients were treated compromised their mobility and independence. The trust board also reviewed its annual report last week. In the report, Matthew Kershaw, the trust's chief executive, said: “I joined as chief executive of Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals at the beginning of April at a time when we were experiencing some very real and acute challenges, particularly in relation to the experience of patients admitted to the hospital in an emergency.” Julian Lee, the trust's chairman, said: “It is impossible to talk about 2012-13 without referencing the inquiry into the significant failings in the care of vulnerable patients at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. The publication of the Francis Report has changed the landscape in which the NHS operates. In response, along with every hospital in England, we are taking a long hard look at our priorities and ensuring we have in place the necessary checks and governance arrangements to assure ourselves and others that we understand what is happening in our hospital." The report praises the hard work and determination of many of the trust’s unsung heroes, including an astonishing number of volunteers. It said: “We have 516 local people who volunteer their time to help (the trust) maintain quality care for patients. Collectively devoting many hundreds of hours a week, the volunteers work in a variety of roles, such as assisting on wards, in outpatient clinics, and receptions."
Money The trust declared a surplus of £3.3 million. It received £606 million of income in 2012-13, of which £442 million (73%) was for patient care. Of the remaining £164 million (27%), £154 million related to education, training and research. The Trust spent £294 million on pay in 2012-13, an increase on the previous year of £19 million. Of the money spent on pay, £242 million (82%) is spent on direct clinical staff, medical, nursing and other healthcare professionals. Infection prevention The trust exceeded its 2012-13 MRSA reduction target - which was to have no more than three
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The report gives an update on the major revamp – known as the 3Ts project – planned for the Royal Sussex site. It said: “The first of the 3Ts-related building projects, renovating St Mary’s Hall, began in December 2012. St Mary’s will be the permanent home for administration and management services and will also supply accommodation for some junior doctors and rotational staff.” The trust was given approval to build a third cardiac theatre at the Royal Sussex. The new theatre will provide innovative treatment and increase surgical capacity to reduce the number of patients needing to go to London for treatment. And the report records the £400,000 grant received from the Department of Health’s £25 million capital funding programme to improve maternity and labour wards in Brighton and Haywards Heath. Frank le Duc is founder and editor of Brighton and Hove News, the leading daily online news service for Brighton and Hove. Visit: www. brightonandhovenews.org.
trust-acquired bacteraemia. The trust reported six cases of MRSA in 2012-13: three were considered unavoidable infections; two were considered to be contaminated blood culture samples. The trust performed well against its chlostridium difficile (C. diff) target, reporting 52 cases compared with a target of no more than 71 - in 2012-13. "Never" events Four “never” events were reported in 2012-13. Three involved retained foreign objects post-operation. No harm was caused to the patients concerned. One involved wrong-site surgery, the trust said, “with low harm to the patient concerned”.
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In the first of a regular series, we contrast old photographs of well-known landmarks with those taken today by Brighton & Hove Independent photographers. Above is Preston Circus as it used to be - and as it is now, with the Circus Circus public house in the centre. (Old photograph courtesy of Step Back In Time, of Queen’s Road, Brighton.)
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City Reads opens the book on imagined worlds WHAT IS City Reads? Well, the strapline is: One City. One Book. A thousand conversations. It’s like planning the biggest book group – ever. Every year, we choose a book that we hope will get the city motivated into reading; every year, we plan and schedule a raft of events that take their theme from the chosen book. How do we choose the book? Hmm, it’s a tricky one. The ultimate decision is down to Sarah Hutchings, the creative director of City Reads, and it can be an overwhelming one. This is how she describes the process: “Choosing a book for City Reads can be a daunting task. The book has got to appeal to a wide section of the city, and Brighton is very diverse to say the least! It’s also got to have the support of the publishers, who generously give us more than 300 copies of the book to give away at the Brunswick Fair on Sunday, August 18. The book has to be accessible, a page-turner, and have a theme that we can work with. “When Random House offered Sir Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards!, we jumped at the chance
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to work with the master of the comic novel. It’s a perfect choice. It’s also the chance to disprove that fantasy books are just for geeks, as his millions of fans will testify. And it lends itself to so many themes – imagined worlds, dragons, and, of course, it’s ultimately a satire, and very, very funny. “We are passionate at City Reads about books, but also about reading, and we want to encourage as many people as possible to get stuck in and enjoy a really good book. ” With Sir Terry making one of his rare public appearances at The Brighton Dome on the September
29 and the live reading from the play at the Brighton & Hove Food Festival on September 13 the whole of Brighton will get a chance to take part in this year’s festival. There will be dragons at Brighton Library, Brighton author Jess Richards talking at Waterstones about imagined worlds, and films and read-aloud groups all talking about the amazing world of Terry Pratchett. There’s something for everyone. For more information, visit www.cityreads.co.uk. To win two tickets to see Sir Terry Pratchett, pick up Brighton & Hove Independent next week.
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Census 2011: Data that s SOME OF the latest data from the 2011 census was published by Brighton & Hove Independent last week. The major release focuses on “local characteristics”, with datasets covering ethnicity,
identity, language, and religion. Today, we publish some of the headline data for each of the 21 council wards that comprise Brighton and Hove. It shows the class divide that exists in a single city.
For example, nearly one in five (18.7% - 2,181 people) in Withdean have higher managerial and professional occupations, compared with fewer than one in 25 (3.4% - 490 people) in Moulsecoomb and Bevendean.
Similarly, about one in six (15.5%) in Hollingdean and Stanmer described themselves as unemployed on census day (March 27 2011), compared with fewer than one in 20 (4.5%) in Withdean.
1 Brunswick and Adelaide • Higher managerial occupations: 15.1% (1,402) • Unemployed: 6.6% (491) • White: 88.9% (8,990) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.3% (132) • Asian/Asian British: 3.8% (386) • Number who cannot speak English well: 141
2 Central Hove • Higher managerial occupations: 14.9% (1,254) • Unemployed: 5.3% (328) • White: 88.6% (8,243) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.6% (147) • Asian/Asian British: 3.7% (343) • Number who cannot speak English well: 102
3 East Brighton • Higher managerial occupations: 8.5% (973) • Unemployed: 10% (705) • White: 88.9% (12,526) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.9% (268) • Asian/Asian British: 4.1% (571) • Number who cannot speak English well: 168
4 Goldsmid • Higher managerial occupations: 15.7% (2,119) • Unemployed: 5.4% (520) • White: 88.2% (13,839) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.4% (221) • Asian/Asian British: 4.1% (649) • Number who cannot speak English well: 198
5 Hangleton and Knoll • Higher managerial occupations: 7.8% (896) • Unemployed: 7% (490) • White: 87.8% (12,943) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.8% (261) • Asian/Asian British: 4.3% (639) • Number who cannot speak English well: 177
6 Hanover and Elm Grove • Higher managerial occupations: 9.5% (1,287) • Unemployed: 8.6% (797) • White: 89.7% (14,355) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.5% (247) • Asian/Asian British: 3.5% (564) • Number who cannot speak English well: 95
7 Hollingdean and Stanmer • Higher managerial occupations: 5.4% (705) • Unemployed: 15.5% (1,114) • White: 85.2% (13,353) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 2.6% (413) • Asian/Asian British: 6.7% (1,050) • Number who cannot speak English well: 158
8 Hove Park • Higher managerial occupations: 17.8% (1,493) • Unemployed: 4% (214) • White: 88.4% (9,371) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 0.9% (97) • Asian/Asian British: 5% (526) • Number who cannot speak English well: 88
9 Moulsecoomb and Bevendean • Higher managerial occupations: 3.4% (490) • Unemployed: 13.8% (1,125) • White: 86.2% (15,068) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 3.1% (537) • Asian/Asian British: 5.4% (937) • Number who cannot speak English well: 157
10 North Portslade • Higher managerial occupations: 6.8% (547) • Unemployed: 5.8% (313) • White: 93.7% (9,407) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.1% (114) • Asian/Asian British: 2.3% (227) • Number who cannot speak English well: 42
11 Patcham • Higher managerial occupations: 10.7% (1,225) • Unemployed: 5.1% (378) • White: 93.5% (13,354) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1% (137) • Asian/Asian British: 2.1% (306) • Number who cannot speak English well: 56
12 Preston Park • Higher managerial occupations: 17% (2,066) • Unemployed: 5.3% (480) • White: 91% (13,565) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1% (144) • Asian/Asian British: 3.4% (500) • Number who cannot speak English well: 72
13 Queen’s Park • Higher managerial occupations: 10.2% (1,350) • Unemployed: 8.6% (726) • White: 87.6% (13,162) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.7% (259) • Asian/Asian British: 5.2% (778) • Number who cannot speak English well: 200
14 Regency • Higher managerial occupations: 13.9% (1,288) • Unemployed: 6.5% (455) • White: 87.7% (8,734) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.4% (143) • Asian/Asian British: 4.6% (463) • Number who cannot speak English well: 134
15 Rottingdean Coastal • Higher managerial occupations: 14.9% (1,733) • Unemployed: 5.4% (377) • White: 90.2% (12,320) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1% (143) • Asian/Asian British: 4.4% (604) • Number who cannot speak English well: 77
16 South Portslade • Higher managerial occupations: 8.2% (617) • Unemployed: 6.3% (319) • White: 91.1% (8,700) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.3% (122) • Asian/Asian British: 3% (289) • Number who cannot speak English well: 81
17 St Peter’s and North Laine • Higher managerial occupations: 11.7% (1,935) • Unemployed: 8.7% (990) • White: 86.3% (15,805) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.7% (308) • Asian/Asian British: 5.4% (989) • Number who cannot speak English well: 237
18 Westbourne • Higher managerial occupations: 15% (1,247) • Unemployed: 6.3% (348) • White: 88.9% (8,944) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.5% (146) • Asian/Asian British: 3.8% (379) • Number who cannot speak English well: 93
19 Wish • Higher managerial occupations: 14.3% (1,086) • Unemployed: 5% (254) • White: 88.6% (8,549) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.2% (117) • Asian/Asian British: 3.9% (372) • Number who cannot speak English well: 115
20 Withdean • Higher managerial occupations: 18.7% (2,181) • Unemployed: 4.5% (358) • White: 90.7% (13,110) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 1.1% (164) • Asian/Asian British: 3.3% (478) • Number who cannot speak English well: 68
21 Woodingdean • Higher managerial occupations: 7.9% (615) • Unemployed: 5.6% (269) • White: 93.7% (9,174) • Black/African/Caribbean/Black British: 0.7% (68) • Asian/Asian British: 2.3% (228) • Number who cannot speak English well: 39
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Summer kick-off for sports coaching Local businesses continue to THE SUMMER sports coaching programme - run by Albion in the Community (AITC) - has kicked off at seven locations in Brighton and Hove. The programme, which continues until August 30 and is supported by 36 American Express volunteers, is also taking place at a further eight locations across Sussex. All the volunteers have been trained to work alongside the AITC coaches at the sessions. Sessions are for girls and boys of all abilities, aged from 6 to 11. Children can enjoy warmups, shooting, dribbling, fun games, small-sided games and tournaments. Children can expect to develop and improve their football and general sports skills in a safe, structured and fun environment. At some of the locations, special guest appearances will be made by current and former Brighton & Hove Albion players. Ivan Mainprize, American Express vice-president, said: “Every year, hundreds of our employees volunteer their time to support the delivery of important programmes that benefit the
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communities where we live and work. "The AITC Sports Coaching programme, is a fun and engaging way to keep children occupied and active in the school holidays. Through sport, we’re also encouraging children to build self-confidence and appreciate the importance of valuable life skills of team working and good sportsmanship. ” Larry May, the former Albion player and head of AITC Sports Participation, said: “This is a really enjoyable way for girls and boys of all abilities to participate in different team sports and learn more about the game from qualified coaches - and even perhaps some Albion players past
and present.” Sessions are funded by a small cover charge for each child. A number of free places have been provided by American Express, via AITC, for children from lowerincome families. Courses are for between one, two, three and five days in Brighton and Hove at: Blatchington Mill School and Sixth Form College; Hove Park Upper School; Dorothy Stringer High School; Horsedean Playing Fields, Patcham; Cottesmore School, Upper Drive; Portslade Leisure Centre; and University of Brighton. To find out more about a sports coaching session in your local area, visit www. albioninthecommunity.org.uk
sign up to NSPCC 1600 Club WHITE HAT MEDIA, the award-winning digital marketing company; has signed up to the NSPCC’s 1600 Club, the fundraising challenge for businesses in the Brighton and Hove area. The Brighton-based company has pledged to raise £1,600 for ChildLine, a service provided by the NSPCC; £1,600 could pay for one new ChildLine volunteer to be trained, or for another 400 calls to be answered. Maria Layley, White Hat’s marketing and communications manager explained: “We signed up to the challenge after hearing about it from the chair of the Brighton and Hove Business Board – a forum of companies in the city who are committed to using their business skills to raise funds for the NSPCC. “A lot of our employees have families, so supporting the NSPCC is something that strikes a chord with each of us personally. It’s important to us to make sure that cruelty to children is stopped and we were honoured to help out in
any way can.” Maria has taken a more unconventional approach to fundraising. “Because we’re quite new to the club we’ve done only one fundraising activity. I’ve shaved my head, which raised £650. We are also hoping to do a tandem skydive and comedy event. “I can’t raise as much as Jessie J did for Comic Relief, but what I can do is make a statement. For a woman like me, with hair that is constantly changing, it’s a big, bold statement to make. And if people ask where my hair has gone? Well, word of mouth is good for the NSPCC.” Businesses of any size can sign up to the 1600 Club. With the continued support of businesses the NSPCC can provide vital services for vulnerable children and young people. To find out more about the NSPCC’s 1600 Club, visit www.nspcc.org.uk/ getinvolved. Or email Ros Bird, corporate fundraising manager: ros.bird@nspcc. org.uk.
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MALOOLAH BAH - a name to remember - is the new attraction in Preston Street. With a formal opening last week - at which entertainment was provided by singer Paul Roberts (pictured), formerly of The Stranglers - the bar is the brainchild of Matt Funnell, the 33-year-old owner whose ambition is "a modern mix with a classical touch". Mr Funnell, a former casino
IN THE heart of Brighton Marina, only a few minutes from the city centre, you can eat, drink and play any day of the week - at the Rendezvous Casino. As you would expect, the casino offers Black Jack, roulette, electronic roulette, and slot machines. But it offers much more, too. The Waterside Bar and Brasserie is open 15 hours a day. And, by itself, would rank as one of Brighton’s top social and dining destinations, with outstanding locally-sourced food prepared by a team of enthusiastic and dedicated chefs. There are also cinema-style bigscreen televisions, on which you can watch top sporting occasions. Every Friday, there is “Winning Hands”, which features manicures and nail technology. The Rendezvous is a complete leisure and entertainment destination. Currently the Brighton Rendezvous offers a wide range of party packages, including "A Taste of Las Vegas", the complete gaming and dining experience for just £35 per person. After a welcome cocktail, there is a fabulous three-course a la carte meal created freshly by an in-house team and a chance to play all the games for prizes, with no risk at all.
croupier, hopes to create a sophisticated drinking experience in line with contemporary tastes. With a wide selection of beers, cocktails and other exotic drinks, Maloolah Bah will soon be offering seasonal food from personalised menu of quality dishes. "We are looking to make our own mark on the Brighton scene and look forward to welcoming a distinctive clientele."
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The Bistro Menu is also an outstanding choice, available from noon until 3am. The Sunday roast is said to be the best Brighton and Hove has to offer. Nick Pardo, the venue director said: “We have a very special venue here in the Marina Village - and even have special transport laid on for our regular clientele to help them with getting home locally.” There is live entertainment with Video DJs every Friday and Saturday night, from 9pm till late, and Sunday, from 1pm.There is a remarkable line-up of special events and performers throughout the
year. The World Series of Poker Room is home to a thriving poker scene, with daily games and poker festivals throughout the year. Recently, the Rendezvous launched its stunning new terrace with amazing views overlooking the marina. The Reeva Room downstairs also offers an ideal area for private parties, corporate and conference facilities for any organisation. For more information and to enjoy the Taste of Vegas, telephone 01273 605 602. Or email infobrighton@ rendezvouscasino.com
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Sussex and England spin bowler Monty Panesar is being investigated by his county after being given a fixed-penalty notice for being drunk and disorderly. Panesar, who has played 48 tests for England, was seen urinating in public near the Shooshh Club in King’s Road Arches.
A singleton’s attempt to find love by selling himself on eBay was thwarted after the internet giant pulled the plug on his advert. Michael Elliott from Hove had attracted 10 bids, with the highest at £5.50, when his listing was removed.
Angry passengers joined a Brighton Station protest against rising rail fares. Organised by the TSSA (Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association) and the campaign group Together for Transport, demonstrators complained about average train fares increases.
Sacked Seagulls manager Gus Poyet is set to take the Albion to court over his dismissal. Speaking during a TV appearance, he said: “I will take action because I think it’s important for me. I’m quite confident and relaxed but I hope we will go to court.”
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Almost every road in Brighton and Hove could soon be included in the 20mph zone. The council wants to widen the current city-centre scheme. If it succeeds, only Saltdean, Rottingdean, Woodingdean and parts of Portslade and Hangleton will be outside the 20mph area.
Ambitious plans for 45 self-contained flats for vulnerable older people have won a £2.5 million government grant. The proposed scheme, which will offer round-the-clock support, has been earmarked for the site of Brooke Mead, an outdated block of council bed-sit accommodation.
Supporters observed a minute’s applause in memory of Roy Chuter, a well-known Seagulls fan who died last week. A crowd of around 8,000 also heard poet and close friend, Attila the Stockbroker, read an emotional tribute to the late campaigner and fanzine writer.
A library has been knocked down and will be replaced with a larger library and a medical centre. The site in Warren Road, Woodingdean, will be twice the size of the previous building and include a computer room.
An estimated 1,000,000 people visited Brighton and Hove during July as the city enjoyed a run of gorgeous weather. The council figure averages out at around 32,000 tourists a day. And, according to tourism bosses, August should attract even more tourists to the area.
Brighton and Hove could be named the curry capital of the country. The city has been included on a list of 20 places which will now battle it out for the title in an online vote. Others on the list include London, Manchester and Birmingham.
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A busy seafront stretch of road will be closed for the next three weeks. The outside lane of the A259 between Cannon Place and West Street closed this week to allow Southern Gas Networks to carry out emergency gas works.
Green councillors from Brighton and Hove have voiced their support for villagers fighting possibility of controversial “fracking” in Balcombe. Councillor Alex Phillips said: “This Government is stubbornly supporting fracking companies, even when local residents voice their opposition.”
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Care company champions living wage A LOCAL family-run business has given a boost to the campaign for a "living wage" in Brighton and Hove. The Private Care Company, a Hove-based private home care and companionship company, offers care for the elderly and disabled across the city. It signed up this week to the Brighton and Hove Living Wage Campaign, which calculates the amount a person needs to live on – currently £7.45 an hour - rather than just survive on. The support is significant in a business sector that is more used to headlines about poor pay The company, which has 35 staff after just four years of trading, is owned by Josephine Kennedy. She said: “We changed our pay scales on August 1 to meet the Living Wage criteria and then signed up to the campaign. "I am shocked by what some domiciliary care workers get paid. Care work is a very difficult job and it is very important to us that we pay properly and retain our staff. We currently pay over the Living Wage at entry level and up to £8 per hour thereafter - and we hope
to pay more in the future as our business builds." The Private Care Company offers high-quality and complete private care service to people living in the local area who want to remain independent in their own homes and who - because of age, illness, recovery or disability - find it difficult to manage or get out alone. Tracey Allen, manager for the BrightonLiving Wage Campaign, said: “Once again I am encouraged that another local small or medium-size enterprise is paying their staff the Living Wage and so delighted that this week it is a business from the care sector, which normally gets less positive press." The campaign is looking to hit its target six months ahead of schedule and a recent campaign video filmed in Brighton and Hove has had more than 1,000 online views from across the world, including Japan, Germany and the United States. To view the Living Wage film and sign up to the campaign, visit www. livingwagebrighton.co.uk
Pride:The Hilton Metropole was the first hotel to have a float in the Pride parade. Senior staff welcomed the Mayor of Brighton, Denise Cobb, to a special breakfast before the parade last weekend. For more Pride photographs, see pages 18 and 19.
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FREEDOM LEISURE is encouraging under-16s to take the plunge this summer and swim for free at three of its Brighton and Hove pools. Children are welcome to swim for fun and fitness for free all summer long, including the August Bank Holiday, with the offer running until March 31, 2014. They can swim at one or more of the Freedom Leisure pools at the King Alfred, Prince Regent and St Luke’s pools. Each free swim is worth £2.55. Over the school holidays that could tot up to quite a saving for parents - and will help make the pocket money go a little further during the summer. “We are delighted to throw open the doors and welcome local youngsters to swim at any of our Brighton and Hove pools for free,” says Louize Kinsella, Brighton and Hove marketing and membership support manager. “Swimming is a great form of exercise all year round but is particularly popular in the summer holidays,” says Louize. “It’s a great choice for families with children of different ages as everyone can enjoy the water for fun and fitness and it’s a really sociable way to spend time
together,” she says. “We are constantly being told that children are not active enough and during the summer holidays, when school PE programmes aren’t running, youngsters are particularly prone to falling back on their activity,” continues Louize. “Our free swim scheme will enable kids to swim as often as they want without parents having to worry about the cost. Furthermore, the more they swim, the more likely they are to stick with it after they return to school and we hope many will make a healthy habit of swimming several times a week for fun and fitness.” The free swimming offer is for children under 16 who live in the Brighton and Hove area. They need to register before their first swim with a parent or carer and bring ID that confirms where they live. After that, it’s easy – the children can swim with family and other local friends as often as they like. For more information visit www.freedom-leisure. co.uk or ask at your local Brighton & Hove Freedom Leisure Centre.
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Velo on The Level will be café hub for everyone
Richard Morris A CAFÉ with a cycling theme will provide the icing on the cake for a £2.3million revamped citycentre park. The Level re-opened earlier this month after an extensive refurbishment added a skatepark and a modern playground to the site. And the finishing touches are now being put to an eco-café aimed at the city’s burgeoning cycling community. Run by a team of local entrepreneurs, Velo - as the café
will be called - promises to combine a cycling theme with coffee and food – and will be one of the first eateries of its type to open on the south coast when it launches next month. Headed by Nigel Lambe, the co-owner of Small Batch Coffee Company, the team behind Velo successfully convinced Brighton and Hove City Council to turn its back on the sort of traditional café offering found elsewhere and instead opt for something a bit different. As well as Mr Lambe, who is also entrepreneur-in-residence at the nearby City College, Velo has a wealth of experienced individuals backing it. Brad Jacobsen, who founded Small Batch Coffee, and James Cuthbertson, a director at Dark
Star Brewing Co, make up the trio driving the project – and they are all confident the scheme will be a success. Cycling-themed cafés are becoming increasingly popular throughout the United Kingdom, with more and more springing up not only in city centres, but also on popular rural cycle routes, or near national parks. The idea is to provide a hub for riders to stop for food, refreshments and even to carry out repairs while they eat. But, while the final design features for Velo are being sorted, Mr Lambe et al are confident it will quickly establish itself as not only a must-stop spot for cyclists, but also a popular choice for those not travelling on two wheels. Mr Lambe said: “From grabbing a coffee on the way to work, to bringing the kids back at the weekend for a drink and a bite to eat - Velo will be accessible and fun for everyone. “We’ll make a simple promise to our customers - to deliver a high-quality experience at every
level and be accessible to all. “It’s more about our attitude to a healthy and active lifestyle, than about the Lycra!” He was also quick to point out the project’s eco-credentials. The new single-storey café will boast high sustainability, including a green wildlife-friendly roof, solar thermal and PV panels, air source heating, and a rainwater harvesting system. And, he added, the opening would benefit other local firms as well. “We will strive to source local products wherever possible,” he said, “and create long-term employment, both within our cafés and the wider supply chain.” One thing which will help Velo is its location, next to the restored and re-landscaped Rose Walk. The building is at the heart of the new-look Level and will feature glass doors opening out onto a substantial dining terrace on three sides – affording visitors attractive views of the rest of the park, particularly the southern area with its new sensory gardens, water fountains,
children’s play areas, restored pavilions, bridges and pergolas. According to Brighton and Hove City Council, it was the vision of Mr Lambe and his colleagues which made the local authority’s decision so clear-cut. Councillor Pete West, the head of environment, transport and sustainability, said: “The restoration of The Level is one of the most exciting and significant projects undertaken in the city in recent years and I am delighted that we are able to offer our residents the city’s first cycling café as part of this project. “What impressed us about Velo’s bid was the emphasis on sustainable food-sourcing, fresh produce and affordable prices, alongside the exciting cycling theme.” If Velo proves a success, Mr Lambe revealed there are already plans to roll out the blueprint across the region – with a further 10 sites targeted within the next five years. Velo then could become yet another Brighton and Hove success story.
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The Good Azaria was born to play Gargamel and he duly delivers another terrific comic performance as the hapless wizard, while Winters (who sadly died after filming was completed) is pitch-perfect as the perpetually unperturbed Papa Smurf, and Perry does an excellent job of conveying Smurfette’s emotional conflict, torn between her creator, her new Naughty friends and her Smurf family. Similarly, Lopez, Yelchin and Oliver have an engaging rapport as the rescuing Smurfs and the film also receives a welcome comic boost from Brendan Gleeson (as Patrick’s well-meaning stepfather Victor), particularly when he’s accidentally turned into a talking duck. Gosnell’s experience with CGI/ live action hybrids (e.g. Scooby Doo) makes him pretty much the perfect director for the Smurfs franchise and the blending of live action and animation is commendably seamless here, with the Paris locations used inventively throughout. Similarly, the witty script is packed full of good jokes (for both adults and children) and manages to deliver a strong message
(about the importance of any kind of family) without resorting to sickly sentimentality. The Bad The main problem with the film is the depressing amount of completely unnecessary product placement (especially considering the age of the film’s target audience) – prime offenders here include Gargamel learning how to use an iPad and the Smurfs apparently having both the internet and ‘Smurfbook’, while the aggressively pop-friendly soundtrack feels both distracting and out of place. On top of that, J.B. Smoove’s Hackus (the other Naughty) is underdeveloped and never really gels as a character, while the animation on the all-CGI cat Azrael (an admittedly remarkable achievement) is occasionally a little creepy. Worth seeing? The Smurfs 2 (3D) is an engaging and enjoyable sequel that should appeal to both children and dragged-along adults alike. Worth smurfing.
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What’s on in Brighton and Hove! Friday 9th August • Dolly Parton – 9 to 5 The Musical With music and lyrics by Dolly Parton, this feisty, fun and fabulous show is based on the hit movie. Stars Ben Richards and Jackie Clune, Mon 8pm, Tue – Sat eves 7.45pm, Thu & Sat mats 2.30pm, £15-£39.50 – Theatre Royal • Krater Comedy Club - Eat, drink, watch and laugh as 3 top stand-ups and one of the best MCs on the comedy circuit entertain you, Please see www.komedia.co.uk/krater for opening times, Fri, Sat and Sun £6 £31 – Komedia • Traditional European Food and Craft Fair - Come and sample the delights of the Continent here at Brighton Marina. Marina Square will be transformed into a bustling market place, 10am6pm – Brighton Marina • Apples and Eve - Apples & Eve w/ Richard Allan II + The Victorian Hunter + The Gypsy Switch, 7pm, free – The Green Door Store • Speakeasy Club Night - Step inside and enjoy an evening of 1920s speakeasy entertainment! 7pm, £34 – Proud Cabaret Brighton • The Soft Moon - Raised under the burning sun of the Mojave Desert, Luis Vasquez channels both his punk upbringing and Afro-Cuban heritage to sculpt decidedly dystopian soundscapes for a new generation of torn romantics, 7pm, £10 – Concorde 2 • Channel One Sound System & Mungos HiFi - Channel One Sound System & Mungos Hi Fi, plus more acts to be confirmed, 11pm, £2/£5 – Concorde 2 • Missing Cat Club - MCC introduces The Echelon Couch. Mixing music with genuine concern. Reward winning resident DJs with Charleston Bone, Retro Nelson. 11pm-3am £3 adv £3 before midnight, £5 after – Komedia • Ultimate Power - The greatest night of your life returns for a night featuring the greatest power ballads ever written, all night long, 11pm, £5 – Komedia • European Beach Tennis Championships - Held in Great Britain for the first time this summer. Brighton has been chosen by the Lawn Tennis Association, Tennis Europe and the ITF to stage the event, Until Sun. http://www.beachtennisuk. co.uk/tournaments/101/ - Yellowave Beach Sports • Brighton Rocks - This summer, Churchill Square Shopping Centre will be celebrating the iconic Brighton stick of rock - the traditional sweet souvenir of every British seaside holiday - with Brighton Rocks, 10am, free – Until 25th Aug. Churchill Square Shopping Centre
Saturday 10th August • The Fairy Tale Fair - The Fairy Tale Fair is a whimsical themed craft fair in Brighton. After the success of its previous fairs The Fairy Tale Fair looks forward to celebrating its first Birthday in style! 0:30am-4:30pm – Patcham Methodist Church • Buddhist Centre – Open Day - Our Buddhism Centre will be having an Open Day from 12pm to 3pm. There will be information about Buddhism, talks at 1pm and 2pm, plus an opportunity to meet our friendly group and ask questions - Diamond Way Buddhism Centre, Baker St • Hidden Garden: The Edwardian Kitchen Garden - A rare chance to visit the ruined walled kitchen garden (not open to the public), followed by a talk on country house kitchen gardening from medieval to Edwardian, 11am-12.45pm & 2–3.45pm £12, members £10, book in adv. – Preston Park • Jeff Koons and the avant-garde Doug Haynes of Sussex University, discusses Jeff Koons’s work within the context of historical avant-garde and postmodernism, 1-2pm, free – Brighton Museum • Mike the Knight - Mike the Knight will bring his quest to the kingdom of Drusillas Park, as the young apprentice embarks on another meet and greet mission at the awardwinning zoo – Drusillas • Flicks and Kicks - Whether you fancy putting on your dancing shoes or experiencing a moment of nostalgia at the flicks, come to Jubilee Sq. for a taste of summers gone by, 2-5pm – Jubilee Library • Weekend Music Performances - A series of free music events to enjoy alongside the musically-inspired Resonance exhibition, 2pm-3pm – Fabrica • Owen Pallett - Owen Pallett is a composer, violinist, keyboardist, and vocalist. His violin-looping live project spawned several records under the moniker Final Fantasy, including the Polaris Prize-winning He Poos Clouds, 7pm, £12 – The Haunt • Anthony Adams - Anthony is widely recognized as the best Sinatra sound alike in Europe. After huge exposure on BBC’s ‘One & Only’ he has toured the world performing all of Ol’Blue Eyes hits, 10pm, free – Grosvenor G Casino Sunday 11th August • Punch & Judy Shows - Family fun with a traditional show plus join-in activity session, 12.30pm, 2pm & 3.30pm, £2 – Opposite the Fishing
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Museum • Brighton & Hove 999 Fun Day - Is a community event where members of the emergency services come together to meet the public, demonstrate their skills, expertise, vehicles and equipment and explain their roles whilst raising money for charity - Hove Lawns • Musical Sundays at Borde Hill - Every Sunday in August visitors can come and enjoy an afternoon of breathtaking cello playing with Ensemble Reza’s cellists Pavlos Carvalho and Sarah DubostHautefeu. Standard Admission Fees Apply, 2pm – Borde Hill Garden • Dave Masters Big Band Brighton’s largest big band returns to the Terraces Stage for the 3rd consecutive season, 2:30pm, free admission – Rottingdean Terraces Monday 12th August • Cult of Luna - Transferring the linear structures of the album into a live setting is no mean feat, so this exceptional live show is guaranteed to be an absolute treat for any Cult of Luna fan, 7:30pm, £13 in advance –
EVENTS LISTINGS PROVIDED BY Concorde 2 Tuesday 13th August • The Gingerbread Lady - A dark drama with comic overtones centering on Evy Meara, a cabaret singer whose career, marriage, and health have all been destroyed by alcohol. Until 17th Aug 7:45pm, £9 – Brighton Little Theatre • Disney Live: Mickey’s: Rockin’ Roadshow - Put on your dancing shoes! Disney Live! is bringing a brand new, live stage show, starring favourite Disney characters to The Brighton Centre this summer. Until Weds 10:30am & 1:30pm, £18-£30 Brighton Centre • Kids’ Summer Fun at Borde Hill Gardens - Includes activities such as Arts and Crafts, Storytelling, Giant Garden Games and Seed-Planting, 10am-6pm, £5-£7 – Borde Hill • Black Uhuru - Founded in the late 70s, Black Uhuru is one of the most popular reggae acts ever and the first one to win a Grammy, 7:30pm, £17.50 – Concorde 2 • Songwriters at TOM - A relaxed
evening of Alt Folk, Americana and Blues acoustic music, 7:30pm, £3 – The Old Market • Charity Chuckle - Charity Chuckle presents the latest (carefully selected) raw comedy talent! Charity Chuckle is a not-for-profit comedy night with proceeds going to a different local charity each month. 8pm - Latest Music Bar Wednesday 14th August • Creatures of the Deep - Same Sky are back this summer with free children’s make and take workshops. Back by popular demand these sea creature themed art workshops are a great way to keep the kids entertained, 11am-4pm, free – Brighton Marina • North Laine Guided Walks -This is an ideal opportunity to learn about the history of the North Laine and have the uses of our older buildings explained. These tours will suit residents and visitors alike.Sundays 11am, Wednesdays 6pm: £3 donation -Meet outside Brighton Museum
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6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Nurses. Channel 5 (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother.
(R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 3.15 Film: A Time to Remember. (2003) Drama, starring Dana Delany. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Animal A&E. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes; 5 News Update. 8.00 The Billion Dollar Wreck Hunt; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Big Brother. 10.00 My Cyberstalking Hell: Liz McClarnon. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 The Walking Dead. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 Great Artists. (R) 4.25 Divine Designs. (R) 4.50 House Doctor. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector Returns. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 NCIS. (R) 3.10 Film: Murder Among Friends. (2001) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Animal A&E. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Cricket: The Ashes; 5 News Update. 8.00 The Black Panther Murders: Born to Kill?; 5 News at 9. 9.00 CSI: NY. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 Great Artists. (R) 4.25 Divine Designs. (R) 4.50 House Doctor. (R)
11.00 Countryside 999. (R) 11.45 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.10 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 Escape to the Country. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Rip Off Food; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 The Call Centre. 11.35 Film: A Lot Like Love. (2005) Romantic comedy, starring Ashton Kutcher. 1.15 Weatherview. 1.20 BBC News. 6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.30 Athletics: BBC2 World Championships. Live coverage
of day five at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. 9.00 Sign Zone: Rick Stein’s India. (R) 10.00 The Chef’s Protege. (R) 10.30 The Chef’s Protege. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Coast. (R) 12.05 Film: Wuthering Heights. (1939) Period drama, starring Merle Oberon and Laurence Olivier. 1.45 Weakest Link. (R) 2.30 Classic Mastermind. (R) 3.00 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 3.45 A Taste of My Life. (R) 4.15 Journeys into the Ring of Fire. (R) 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. (R) 6.00 Athletics: World Championships. 6.30 Moscow: The Cold War Olympics. 7.00 Dig WW2 with Dan Snow. (R) 8.00 Restoration Home. 9.00 Queen Victoria’s Children. (R) 10.00 The Culture Show: Leonardo da Vinci – The Anatomist. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Dara O Briain’s Science Club. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone: Australia with Simon Reeve. (R) 1.20 This Is BBC Two.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Tipping Point. (R) 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Storage Hoarders. 3.00 Secret Dealers. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Take on the Twisters. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Live International Football. England v Scotland (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10.25 ITV News;Weather. 10.55 ITV News London;Weather. 11.05 International Football Highlights. 12.00 The Dales. (R) 12.30 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Escape to Victory. (1981) Second World War adventure, starring Michael Caine. 5.00 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.10 According to Jim. (R) 7.35 Will & Grace. (R) 8.00 IPC Swimming World Championships 2013. 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.35 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.05 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.35 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun. (R) 1.05 Kirstie’s Handmade Treasures. 1.25 Film: When Eight Bells Toll. (1971) 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 How Not to Get Old. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E. 10.00 The Last Leg. 10.50 I’m Spazticus. 11.25 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. (R) 12.25 Random Acts. 12.30 Shameless USA. 1.20 Film: Stop-Loss. (2008) Military drama, starring Ryan Phillippe. 3.10 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 4.05 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.00 Countdown. (R) Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Cowboy
Traders. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: Class. (2010) Romantic drama, starring Jodi Lyn O’Keefe and Justin Bruening. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Animal A&E. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Emergency Bikers; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Nurses; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Big Brother. 10.00 Love/ Hate. 11.10 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.10 National Heads Up Poker Championships. 1.05 SuperCasino. 4.00 Great Artists. (R) 4.25 Divine Designs. (R) 4.50 House Doctor. (R)
N OW O P E N A MODERN MIX W I T H A C L A S S I C A L TO U C H 6 8 - 7 1 P R E S TO N S T R E E T B N 1 2 G H
11.00 Countryside 999. (R) 11.45 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.40 Doctors. 2.10 Only Fools and Horses. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 Escape to the Country. (R) 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders. Kirsty is shocked when she is attacked by a familiar face; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 Paul O’Grady’s Working Britain. The comedian presents the first of two programmes exploring the British working class. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News. 10.35 Who Do You Think You Are? (R) 11.35 Film: Proof. (2005) Drama, starring Gwyneth Paltrow. 1.10 Holiday Weatherview. 1.15 BBC News. This Is BBC Two. 6.30 Athletics: BBC2 6.00 World Championships. Live coverage
11.00 Countryside 999. (R) 11.45 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News;Weather. 1.30 Regional News;Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 Escape to the Country. 4.30 Flog It! 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Nigel Slater’s Dish of the Day; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Celebrity MasterChef. Previous winners Emma Kennedy, Phil Vickery and Lisa Faulkner help judge the contestants' dishes. 9.00 Big School. 9.30 Mrs Brown’s Boys. (R) 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 Would I Lie to You? (R) 11.05 Pramface. 11.40 Film: Adulthood. (2008) 1.10 Weatherview. 1.15 BBC News. 6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.30 Athletics: BBC2 World Championships. Live coverage
of day six at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. 9.05 Sign Zone: The Chef’s Protege. (R) 9.35 The Chef’s Protege. (R) 10.05 The Chef’s Protege. (R) 10.35 HARDtalk. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Film: Rampage. (1963) Romantic adventure, starring Robert Mitchum. 1.35 Weakest Link. (R) 2.20 Classic Mastermind. (R) 2.50 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 3.35 Athletics: World Championships. Further live coverage of day six at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. 7.00 Dig WW2 with Dan Snow. (R) 8.00 Dara O Briain’s Science Club. 9.00 The Men Who Made Us Thin. 10.00 Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The Men Who Made Us Fat. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone: Broken by Battle. (R) 1.20 This Is BBC Two.
of day seven at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. 9.15 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 10.00 Hebrides: Islands on the Edge. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Film: Wonder Man. (1945) Comedy musical, starring Danny Kaye and Virginia Mayo. 1.35 Weakest Link. (R) 2.20 Classic Mastermind. (R) 2.50 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 3.35 Athletics: World Championships. Further live coverage of day seven at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. 7.00 Dragons’ Den. (R) 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 The Burrowers. 10.00 The Trip. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.05 Film: Telstar: The Joe Meek Story. (2008) Biopic of the record producer, starring Con O’Neill. 1.00 Sign Zone: David Starkey’s Music & Monarchy. (R) 2.00 This Is BBC Two.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Tipping Point. (R) 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Storage Hoarders. 3.00 Secret Dealers. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Take on the Twisters. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Food Facts & Fiction: Tonight – The Health Traps. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 My Dwarf Family. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 The Secret Life of Dogs. (R) 11.35 Murder, She Wrote.(R) 12.25 Jackpot247. 3.00 Food Facts & Fiction: Tonight – The Health Traps. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Tipping Point. (R) 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Storage Hoarders. 3.00 Secret Dealers. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Take on the Twisters. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Food Facts & Fiction: Tonight – The Great British Diet. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Doc Martin. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Film: DOA: Dead or Alive. (2006) Action adventure, starring Jaime Pressly. 12.10 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: Short Fuse. (1972) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk and Roddy McDowall. 4.20 ITV Nightscreen.
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.10 According to Jim. (R) 7.35 Will & Grace. (R) 8.00 IPC Swimming World Championships 2013. 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.35 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.00 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.35 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun. (R) 1.05 Film: Donovan’s Reef. (1963) Comedy drama, starring John Wayne and Lee Marvin. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 The Dealership. 9.00 How to Get a Council House. 10.00 Crazy About One Direction. 11.05 Random Acts. 11.10 24 Hours in A&E. (R) 12.15 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell. (R) 1.10 Why Don’t You Speak English? (R) 2.05 Ryanair: Secrets from the Cockpit – Channel 4 Dispatches. (R) 2.35 Food Unwrapped. (R) 3.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 4.00 Deal or No Deal. (R) Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 11.10 World’s
Busiest Train Station. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.10 Film: On Hostile Ground. (2000) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Animal A&E. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Police Interceptors; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Why Did Oscar Pistorius Kill Our Daughter?; (R) 5 News at 9. 9.00 The Hotel Inspector Returns. (R) 10.00 Big Brother. 11.00 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 Great Artists. (R) 4.25 Divine Designs. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.10 According to Jim. (R) 7.35 Will & Grace. (R) 8.00 IPC Swimming World Championships 2013. 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.35 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.05 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.30 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun. (R) 1.10 Film: Please Sir! (1971) 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Four Rooms. 9.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. 10.00 Lee Mack Live. (R) 11.05 Rude Tube. (R) 12.10 Random Acts. 12.15 Film: Mr Nice. (2010) 2.15 New Girl. 2.35 The Mindy Project. 3.00 The Ricky Gervais Show. 3.25 Three in a Bed. (R) 4.20 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.15 Kirstie’s Homemade Home. (R) 5.20 Countdown. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Billion Dollar Wreck Hunt. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Big Brother. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 The Mentalist. (R) 3.15 Film: Wandering Eye. (2011) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Animal A&E. (R) 6.30 NewsTalk Live. 7.00 Building the International Space Station; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Pistorius Trial: The Key Questions; (R) 5 News at 9. 9.00 Big Brother: Live Eviction. 10.30 Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 11.30 Big Brother: Live from the House. 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 Motorsport Mundial. 4.25 Divine Designs. (R) 4.50 House Doctor. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)
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Food and drink
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World's first test-tube burger tasted in London
SCIENTISTS unveiled the world's first lab-grown beef burger in London on Monday, frying it in a little oil and butter and serving it to volunteers in what they hope is the start of a food revolution. The tasters pronounced the 140gram (five-ounce) patty, developed at a cost of more than 250,000 euros ($330,000) with backing from Google co-founder Sergey Brin, as "close to meat" in flavour and texture but not as juicy. The so-called "cultured beef" - dubbed the "Frankenburger" - was made using strands of meat grown from muscle cells taken from a living cow, mixed with salt, egg powder and breadcrumbs and coloured with beetroot juice and saffron. Professor Mark Post of
Maastricht University in the Netherlands, who led the research, claimed it could eventually replace ordinary beef in the diets of millions of people and in so doing reduce the huge environmental pressure caused by raising livestock. Post insisted the artificial beef is safe, promising to give the leftovers from Monday's tasting to his children. "I ate it myself a couple of times with no hesitation whatsoever... I would feel perfectly comfortable letting them taste it," he told journalists at the tasting. Post acknowledged that the technology was at a very early stage but predicted the meat could be on supermarket shelves in 10 to 20 years. "This is just to show that we can do it," he said. The first public tasting took place at a west London theatre, where a professional chef cooked the round, pink patty over low
heat at a kitchen counter similar to those used in TV cookery shows. One of the volunteers, Austrian food researcher Hanni Ruetzler, cut into it carefully, before declaring: "It's close to meat. It's not that juicy, but the consistency is perfect." US-based author Josh Schonwald, the other volunteer, added: "The absence is the fat. There's a leanness to it. But the bite feels like a conventional hamburger." He remarked that the whole experience was rather unnatural, jokingly complaining that he should have been allowed to try the beef with a little tomato ketchup. The scientists took stem cells from organic cows and placed them in a nutrient solution to create muscle tissue, which then grew into small strands of meat. The burger required 20,000 such strands, grown over three months. Proponents of test-tube meat cite a variety of reasons for supporting it, from animal welfare to the environment and even public health - lab-created
meat theoretically carries no risk of disease and is not treated with antibiotics. According to a report from the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation, global meat production will more than double between 2000 and 2050, to 465 million tonnes. Campaigners say such demand is putting unsustainable pressure on the planet, both through the feed required for the animals and the methane gas they produce, which contributes to global warming. Animal rights group Peta has offered a prize of $1 million (750,000 euros) for the first lab to produce and bring to market invitro chicken meat, and is funding research in the United States. Google entrepreneur Brin stepped in to support the Maastricht project after funding from the Dutch government ran out. "There are basically three things that can happen going forward. One is that we all become vegetarian. I don't think that's really likely," he said in a video message. "The second is we ignore the
issues and that leads to continued environmental harm, and the third option is we do something new." Britain's Vegetarian Society questioned the need for such technology when people could just stop eating meat. Post said: "We are catering for beef eaters eating beef in an environmentally friendly and ethical way. Let the vegetarians remain vegetarians." Dr Neil Stephens, a sociologist based at Cardiff University who has studied test-tube meat, said it remained to be seen whether the public would accept it. "It is so unusual, so ambiguous, that I think questions will be raised about whether this is meat at all," he said. He added that it could be many years before the meat is ready to be sold to the public. "Challenges include up-scaling production so that significant quantities can be made at a competitive price," he said. "What will be interesting is, in the coming weeks, watching the response to see how many people are convinced by the technology."
Little Chef bought by Middle Eastern restaurant business
ASDA break the Guinness World Record for the largest cheesecake!
ROADSIDE restaurant chain Little Chef has been purchased by Kout Food Group, the Kuwait-based owner of several Burger King and KFC outlets. The business has changed hands for around £15 million, and the new owners will retain the brand, over 1,000 jobs and all but two of the restaurants. Kout Food Group already owns over 40 Burger King and KFC outlets and the Maison Blanc brand in the UK, and owns franchises for Burger King, Pizza
ASDA LOVE cheesecake – so much that they’ve made the biggest one in the whole world. At the Nantwich International Cheese Show last week, their team helped create a massive 2,100kg blueberry cheesecake – breaking the Guinness World Record in the process! The record-breaking cake was made form Chosen by you ingredients, including a biscuit base, soft cheese, cream cheesecake mix, and blueberries. It took 30 people four days to make it.
Hut, Taco Bell and Applebee’s in Kuwait. Kout “has exciting plans to revitalise the Little Chef brand,” Fadwa al-Homaizi, the chairwoman of Kout’s UK operations told the BBC. “Little Chef will benefit from a process of brand renewal in keeping with current trends, supported by traditional British values,” she said. Starting out with an 11-cover restaurant in Reading in 1958, the “Fat Charlie” mascot of the
restaurant has been a familiar sight on Britain’s A-roads and motorways since then, serving over 6 million customers each year. RCapital made several changes to Little Chef since acquiring it following a spell in administration in 2007. Its outlets were cut from 234 to 83 and staff reduced from 4,000 to 1,100. The turnaround firm is keeping two of Little Chef’s largest sites, located on either side of the A34 in Sutton Scotney, Hampshire.
Thomas Holmes, Asda customer planner for cheese, helped to lead the project. He said: "Going for the world record cheesecake was tough going but we’re all thrilled to have not crumbled under the pressure and bring that record back home to the UK – it was obviously meant to ‘Brie’! “The cheesecake looks and tastes fantastic and we’ll be sampling it at the event over the next few days, before donating the rest to a local food charity.”
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Fashion and lifestyle
The reinvention of the 1950s living room
HUGE growth in take-up of smartphones and tablets is creating a nation of media multitaskers, Ofcom research reveals, transforming the traditional living room of our parents and grandparents into a digital media hub. Ofcom's Communications Market Report 2013 reveals that people are still coming together to watch TV in the living room 91% of UK adults view TV on the main set each week, up from 88% in 2002. However, an increasing array of digital media are now vying for their attention. People are streaming videos, firing off
instant messages and updating their social media status - all while watching more TV than before. These activities are mostly carried out using smartphones, with over half of adults (51%) now owning these devices, almost double the proportion two years ago (27%). At the same time, tablet ownership has more than doubled in the past year, rising from 11% of homes to 24%. The average household now owns more than three types of internet enabled device, with one in five owning six or more. Over half (53%) of UK adults
are now media multi-tasking while watching TV on a weekly basis. Watching other content on a different device is one of these activities. A quarter (25%) are regularly ‘media meshing' - doing something else but related to what they're watching on TV. Examples of media meshing include talking on the phone (16%) or texting (17%) about what they're watching, using social networks (11%) or ‘apps' to communicate directly with programmes (3%). Younger people are most likely to use other media while watching TV (74%) with 44% media meshing. The impact of media meshing was seen during the 2013 Wimbledon Men's tennis final, with 1.1 million people worldwide tweeting 2.6 million times using hashtags associated with the tennis final. Of these tweets, around 80% came from mobile devices 3. The other major social phenomenon driven by digital devices is ‘media stacking'. Half (49%) of people use their smartphones and tablets for
Horoscopes Aries You are great at sharing and team building and try to keep others in the loop. So why is this not being reciprocated you ask yourself! Don’t beat yourself up about it, perhaps they just don’t see things the way you do. There will be some irritations on the domestic front this week, so focus on those! Taurus You may be in for a bit of a shock this week! But it doesn’t necessarily follow that the shock will be an unpleasant one. It simply means you will be greatly surprised by what you hear or see and it will throw you off kilter. An unplanned trip out will prove to be interesting an enlightening. Gemini Watch what you spend and what you sign and who you deal with this week. You can sometimes be a little too rash. Sounds a bit ominous? Not really, just telling you that to exercise
Horoscopes from Kimi
9th August - 15th August
a little caution is no bad thing. Make sure that you surround yourself with friends this week to keep your spirits buoyant. Cancer Hope you slowed down last week because there is lots to contend with this week. You may have started a project or begun to work with someone you feel unsure about. Just have a little faith it will turn out for the best. You may be opening the champagne later this week as good news is on its way. Leo You have been contemplating big changes for some time and it now seems as though you can do nothing other than implement them. Well you
could if you want to be in the same position for the next ten years. Check careful and then get moving. There is a deal of difference between caution and procrastination you know! Virgo Your love life will certainly be taking up lots of time this week, whether you have a partner or not. All things romantic are well favoured. This is not so much about flirtation but more about deeper and more meaningful connections. There are things developing on the career front too which may bring about fundamental change to your work situation.
completely unrelated activities while watching TV every week - such as surfing the net (36%), social networking (22%) or online shopping (16%). Women are significantly more likely to media multi-task weekly (56% compared to 51% of men), as are those with children at home (66%). While the average household owns at least three types of internet-enabled device, the TV set in the living room retains its importance. People are increasingly reverting to having just one TV in their household - 41% of households in 2012 compared with 35% in 2002. In the first quarter of 2013, half (52%) of 5-15 year olds had a TV in their bedroom. This compares to seven in ten (69%) in 2007. And the proportion of UK adults viewing via the main TV set has increased from 88% in 2002 to 91% in 2012. Live TV accounted for 90% of all viewing in 2012, with the average viewer watching just over four hours of TV a day - 15 minutes more than in 2008. Viewers are also enjoying bigger screens in
the living room. ‘Jumbo' TV sets (43"+) accounted for 15.8% of sales in the first quarter 2013, a 4.3 percentage point increase on 2012. Tablets are also supporting the continued popularity of watching TV live, with more than half (57%) of tablet audiovisual content viewers watching live TV at least weekly via this device. James Thickett, Ofcom's Director of Research, said: "Our research shows that increasingly families are gathering in the living room to watch TV just as they were in the 1950s - but now delivered on bigger, wider and more sophisticated sets. Unlike the 1950s family, however, they are also doing their own thing. They are tweeting about a TV show, surfing the net or watching different content altogether on a tablet. "Just a few years ago, we would be talking about last night's TV at work or at school. Now, we're having those conversations live while watching TV - using social media, text and instant messaging."
Libra You are in demand this week. Your colleagues and/or peers let you know just how much they value your input. It is your people skills that are needed. Did you know they were that good? You orchestrate the group and you will find that there is some really creative stuff going on, bit off the wall but creative nonetheless.
Capricorn Well now, are they or are they not committed? That is the million dollar question you keep asking yourself this week. For some reason you don’t seem to be getting a straight answer. Is this person being deliberately surreptitious or are they just fooling themselves? Don’t go it alone ask the big guns to help sort this out.
Scorpio There’s a move in the not too distant future, could be a physical move, career move or even a realignment of your loyalties. Whatever it is, it will bring positive change to your life. You will however not be undertaking this change of direction alone, someone quite important will be acting as a conduit if not a catalyst for change! Sagittarius You are likely to be fired up this week as someone approaches you about a new venture that presses all the right buttons for you. It could be a charitable or ecological event or just something that is dear to your heart. Whatever it is, it will take up lots of your energy. But it won’t feel like work!
Aquarius Things are still moving forward positively and are gathering pace. There may be changes to you work pattern, job role or job itself. If the change is not what you signed up for or is what you wanted, give it time. This may be a blessing in disguise. On the home front there may be a new baby or in-law. Pisces Change is about to happen and unfortunately it is going to happen whether you want it to or not. This may involve shifting relationships, locations or both. Well you cannot change the inevitable but you can learn to manage it. If you need support in order to do this there is a friend all too willing to help, just ask!
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CRYPTIC - Across: 4 Adipose; 8 Litter; 9 Astride; 10 Untold; 11 Ranker; 12 Hardware; 18 Massacre; 20 Butane; 21 Parrot; 22 Stamped; 23 Person; 24 Redress. Down: 1 Sleuths; 2 Stature; 3 Yellow; 5 Distress; 6 Poring; 7 Sadden; 13 Ammeter; 14 Actress; 15 Setting; 16 Bustle; 17 Hammer; 19 Seamen. QUICK - Across: 4 Attract; 8 Needed; 9 Missile; 10 Regard; 11 Indeed; 12 Stirring; 18 Optional;20 Propel; 21 Sprain; 22 Radiate; 23 Brogue; 24 Depends. Down: 1 Undress; 2 Penguin; 3 Terror; 5 Twilight; 6 Reside; 7 Caller; 13 Isolated; 14 Enlarge; 15 Slender; 16 Ornate; 17 Sprite; 19 Impart.
Choose either quick or cryptic clues.
Codeword Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.
Last week’s solutions: 1
W Z X V
F K P Q Y R T D H
G M N L O B E C A U J
Across 1. Flawless defence, yet speedily broken (5,7) 7. Takes a girl out some fruit (5) 8. Post and ante, perhaps (5) 9. One is confused for a long time (3) 10. Emphatically not at home! (3,3,3) 11. Small village made famous by Shakespeare (6) 12. Put into a grave position, because of a wrong note to a doctor? (6) 15. It knows no customs (4,5) 17. I have a fifty-fifty arrangement? Well, no! (3) 18. Composer of large variations (5) 19. Verbal criticism of the show (5) 21. Don’t try to improve on a perfectly good water supply? (3,4,5)
How you rate:
1. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 15. 17. 18. 19. 21.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 13. 14. 16. 20.
Agitation (12) Supple (5) Eat way (5) Arid (3) Spin on tiptoe (9) Fearful (6) Specimen (6) Depravity (9) Age (3) Conduct (5) Hackneyed (5) Break (12)
19 15 13
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29 9 10
Fill in the white squares with numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block to the number above. Numbers may be used once in each block. Last week’s solutions:
elegy, eyelet, gene, gent, genteel, genteelly,
9 5 7 7 1 3 9 1 8 3 5 7 2 6 4 3 8 1 7 3 6 9 1 8 3 7
3 3 8 4 7 1 6 8 6 1 4 9 4 7 7 9 4 1 6 5 2 9 8
1 7 8 4
Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.
L S S T E R R U A ? E H M L G
Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is M. Hamburg, Falmouth, Colombo, all ports.
Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.
4 1 2 2 4
Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be arranged to form words on a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?
Drawback (12) On strike (3) Verse (6) Theorise (9) Henhouse (5) Loss of speed (12) Stratum (5) Prerogative (9) Bit (5) Inspection (6) Rule (5) Little devil (3)
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Celebrating 50 years of the Porsche 911 at Goodwood
LAST SUNDAY (4 August), 53 Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex customers met at Goodwood to celebrate a very special anniversary for the Porsche 911 – 50 years since the first car was produced. The day started at the Old Control Tower at Goodwood circuit where
a significant cross section of 911s representing the evolution of this iconic car, including a pristine car from 1975 through to the latest 911 (Type 991), met up. After an exquisite lunch for customers and their guests at the circuit, all 911 cars drove up to Goodwood House and
by kind permission of Lord March, parked in front of the house for a photo call. A highlight for most was a convoy back to the motor circuit where the group then split into two to complete two parade laps of the Goodwood circuit. Fortunately the day was
blessed with perfect weather from start to finish. Andy Crabb, General Manager of Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex, said: “On behalf of the team at Porsche Centre Mid-Sussex and our customers, we want to thank Lord March, Alan Brewer and their
Goodwood team for laying on such a well organised event. It was the perfect way to celebrate such a special anniversary of this iconic car in such a famous and historic setting. The feedback from all our customers has been amazing and each felt it was a very special day to remember.”
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38 Brighton & Hove Independent Friday, August 9 2013 www.brightonandhoveindependent.co.uk 30 Love Brighton Friday, October 28, 2011
North Stand Cult Hero
#1: Peter Ward Love Brighton proud to be su Name: Peter Ward Date of Birth: 27 July 1955 Place of birth: Derby Position: Stiker
The striker scored in the first minute of his league debut against Hereford back on March 27, 1976 and ended the 1976-77 with 36 – setting a new Albion record for goals in a single season. He went on to find the net 81 times in the league for the Seagulls and is widely regarded as the club’s greatest ever goalscorer.
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Gus Poyet marks 100 games in charge just to add another twist. If the game emulates clashes in the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker Gerard back for the first time since march, straight of the back of a spanking from Spurs. Vicente may well get his first outing against a club he beat when with Valencia. Noone the roofer is a story well documented aswell. Gus
Albion years: 1975-80; 1982 (on loan). Albion league stats: Appearances: 194 / Goals: 81
if Liverpool win but after the defeat on saturday the faithful will be hoping confidence isn’t dented especially with Ipswich, West Ham and Birmingham DON’T GET me wrong, I like the PremierallLeague. on the Good football, quality players and some superb goals. However, horizon. as we drove home from Elland Road nursing a late defeat for to thebeAlbion It has said though, every time Gu at Leeds, we turned to the old transistor Poyet radio.and We’d hisdone team our have been tested since over, heon seems Poyettalking marks 100 in charge justnews to addfromtook and games now wanted more elsewhere the to apply the midas to theywould pass with another twist. day If theofgame emulatesleague clashes in and opening the football season. What theflying colours. It may the most high profile week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. national phone-in provide for us? Yeovil’s famous first ever game managerial career, and, like Albion fans, Leeds friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points (and win) as a Championship club? Orient’s explosive start to the will be hoping that after on offer. 3 points on offer. season? Or Newport County’s return to the League after 25 yearthe 7 days and 3 games,about it’s safe passage to the last 16 and Palace tuesday : 3It’s points yes but alsoAnother a absence? No. Gareth Bale. caller, Gareth Bale. fierce, if sometimes misunderstood rivalry. The points in the bag. first clash between the two sides at the Amex. Glenn Murray returns to his former club. Whenever you look at games in isolation they Listen to Johnny Cantor and BBC Sussex Sport for all your sports have a certain significance but when you look coverage of Brighton & Hove Albion at the 7 days and 3 games together this period football club and Sussex County could become a pivotal point in the season. Cricket Club. No-one (not Noone) would be suprised Ok it’s a phone in, so it’s about who rings up but the Follow them on twitter programme can plug for what they want. 30 Love Brighton Friday, October 28, 2011 It just wrangled that thousands of supporters were heading home from games and couldn’t hear about their club. The station did progress onto other stories in the football league but the early topics certainly added to the gloom in the car. This brings me onto Bale, or Suarez or Rooney. The headlines have all been about prospective moves away to a new club and big money from potential suitors. There’s more to the debate as playing champions league football, family OFTEN teams facesuch a big week that if Liverpool w determines the fate of their season. And often the defeat on circumstances, relationships with coaches and managers but it comes in January. the faithful w undeniably money is a factor. confidence isn However, by a quirk of the fixtures The role of agents especially wit computer and TV scheduling theseems Albion to polarise opinion but if they are West face 3 massive games in a week, each forsurely be in their interest to fuel paid by percentage it must Ham and different reasons. interestwednesday in a player occasion manufacture a move that Birmingham Liverpool : Theand game on against all on the Liverpool in thereally Carlingbe Cupnecessary has the drama may not or wanted. Could there be another horizon. and the history. The Reds have Steven way? One caller (yes to a phone in!) suggested a fixed fee It has to be system to temper the frenzy Poyet and his Gus Poyet marks 100 of potentially unnecessary moves. took over, he 100 games in charge just to add It might not be feasible but I justPoyet wishmarks we could spend more games in charge just to another twist. If the game emulates clashes in and they pass time talking about the cut and thrust of the game of football the most high the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. add another twist. If the rather than if and why a potential big money managerial ca Leeds friday : 3move points across on offer. 3 points will be hoping game emulates clashes in on offer. 3 points on offer. Europe might happen. games, it’s saf Palace tuesday : 3 points yes but also a the 80s and 91 we could While talking about the cut and thrust of football, all the fierce, if sometimes misunderstood rivalry. The points in the b clash between sides at the to Byron Anthony who sadlyfirst broke his legthe intwo 2 places onAmex. bebest in for a cracker Glenn Murray returns to his former club. Tuesday night against Albion. Gerard back for the first time since march, Whenever you look at games in isolation they Listen to Jo
Straight from the commentary box Johnny Cantor
It’s Gareth Bale. Another caller, about Gareth Bale.
Seagulls still looking to strengthen squad THE SEAGULLS look set to add a string of new recruits to their flock as new head coach Oscar Garcia tries to put his own stamp on the Albion squad. The Spaniard made a raft of changes to the side that lost the season-opener at Elland Road for Tuesday’s cup clash with Newport County – including giving chances to youngsters Jake Forster-Caskey and Rohan Ince. A morale-denting 3-1 defeat, however, against the recentlypromoted League Two outfit highlighted a lack of depth in
the squad, prompting Oscar into telling fans his sights are set on new signings. Speaking in the wake of the club’s unexpected loss, he said: “I’ve been looking to strengthen the side and I hope we will get some players in as soon as possible.” Oscar has already added Kemy Agustien to a squad that came within a whisker of promotion last season – with director of football David Burke also credited with the arrivals of Matthew Upson and Adam Chicksen earlier in pre-season.
Championship Table But the Albion have waved
Albion in the community FOUR YOUNG people from Brighton have been selected by the Homeless FA to represent Team England in forthcoming international tournaments over the next six months - including next week’s Homeless World Cup
in Poland. They were selected after taking part in a Homeless FA training and development centre at the Amex in May, led by Albion in the Community. Jacob Naish, Head of
goodbye to Marcos Painter, Vicente, Ryan HarleyPand Gary PTS GD Team - as well as previous 1Dicker 27 13 14 loan Southampton first-team 2signings 12 24 13 regulars Westand Ham Hammond and13Wayne 3DeanMiddlesbrough 24 8 4Bridge. 23 Striker Will Hoskins 13 6 has Crystal Palace 5sinceLeeds 21 6 12 been ruled out for the season 6due to 21 1 13 Derby injury, while record signing 7CraigHull 21 1 12 Mackail-Smith is still some 8weeks 20 4 13 Cardiff away from fitness. 9 That 20 -2 13 Ipswich leaves Oscar with a host 10 19 4 13 Peterborough of gaps to fill before the transfer 11 3 13 Blackpool window shuts in just under a 19 12 19 at 1 and 13backs Brighton month – with two full 13 1 13 Leicester least one striker top of his list.19 14 Birmingham 17 10 4 15 Reading 17 13 1 16 Portsmouth 15 13 0 17 Burnley 15 12 -1 18 Barnsley 13 -2 15 19 Nott’m Forest 13 -9 14 Inclusion, Albion in the 20 Millwall 13 -4 12 Community said: “We are 21 Coventry 13 -6 11 extremely proud of everyone who 22 Watford 13 -12 10 took part in our programme and 23 Doncaster 13 -14 8 it24is great that our training centre 13 -16 6 Bristol City has been recognised in this way.” For the full story, see page 5.
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straight of the back of a spanking from Spurs. have a certain significance but when you look Vicente mayall well get action, his first outing a aton theBBC 7 daysSussex and 3 games together this period Follow the homeagainst or away, Sport of via club he beat when with Valencia. Noone the could become a pivotal point in the season. Twitter @BBCSussexsport @johnnycburger @BrightonIndy. roofer is a story well documented aswell. Gus No-one (not Noone) would be suprised
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Derby County The Amex
10th August, 2013 Kick off: 3pm
Big Match Preview:
Oscar relieved by Calderon decision in run-up to first league game at Amex OSCAR GARCIA was relieved of a selection headache when Iñigo Calderón’s controversial red card in Albion’s sobering defeat to Newport County was rescinded yesterday. With Bruno injured, the Spaniard - in just his third competitive game as Brighton head coach - had been in danger of going into his first home league match without a recognised first-team full-back. Oscar had confirmed earlier this week that the Albion would appeal against Calderón’s dismissal, but a reverse of the decision had seemed far from certain. The defender had faced the prospect of missing a total of three games, starting with tomorrow’s game against Derby County. Before the red-card reversal, Oscar had been likely to continue with recently re-signed midfielder David López at right-back; Latvian international Vitālijs Maksimenko - who came off the bench midweek - is the favourite to start in the left-back slot. Derby have few problems, having recently secured england under-21 international right-back Adam smith on a season-long loan from Tottenham Hotspur. In fact, Rams’ manager Nigel Clough will be confident of at least a point after an opening-day draw
Oscar Garcia “I’m very sorry for Byron Anthony as it is a bad injury, but I know Calderon and he went for the ball. We will appeal because the action in the video is very clear. “I am not sure that the referee has seen the action clearly, or the fourth official or the linesman, but as we can see in the video Calde goes with his foot in a certain way, he doesn’t want to injure a player. “After the incident he explained to their bench that he didn’t want to injure anyone.
Inigo Calderon has his suspension rescinded
with Blackburn Rovers and a safe passage into the next round of the Capital One Cup got what promises to be a decent season off to a solid start. Clough added Norwich City striker Chris Martin to his attacking options in the pre-season and optimism at Pride Park is high, with Connor Sammon coming off the back of a promising season last time round likely to spearhead the attack again. Midfield, however, is where Derby are strongest, with Rams’ starlet Will Hughes emerging as one of the division’s top prospects continuing to dovetail nicely with fellow youngster Jeff Hendrick. With Oscar’s more direct approach, supporters could see the
Albion Team News
Likely line-up: Kuszczak, López, Calderón, Greer, Upson, Bridcutt, Agustien, Crofts, Ulloa, Barnes, Orlandi. Likely subs: Ankergren, El Abd, Dunk, Maksimenko, Forster-Caskey, Buckley, Lua Lua. Treatment Room: Bruno - Hamstring, Adam Chicksen Ankle, Will Hoskins - Knee, Craig Mackail-Smith - Achilles
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Albion concede more possession than usual during tomorrow’s game and the knock-on effect of the Seagulls’ full-back crisis is a lack of options in the middle of park. Liam Bridcutt will again be key to Brighton’s chances, but with López almost certain to be moved to right-back, he will likely be paired with Kemy Agustien and Andrew Crofts. Agustien played all 120 minutes against Newport Country in the week and it remains to be seen how much that effort has taken out of a player who is behind the rest of the squad in his pre-season preparations. Meanwhile, Crofts is due a big performance after struggling to convince supporters since his return last term.
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and he went for the ball – it was a fifty-fifty challenge and it was unlucky for the Newport player. “I’m sorry for the fans and the result. I think we played well for long periods but if you don’t score then it is difficult to win any game.
“Of course the red card changed the game but it was not only down to this. We had many chances to finish the game but we didn’t score. “They had three or four chances and they scored three goals, we had more than ten and we scored only one.”
“I’m sorry for him (Anthony) because it is a bad injury, but I know Calde
ACTION MAN 10 GOALS
Squad number: 19 Age: 27
Height: 6ft 3in. ON TARGET SHOTS = GOAL
TOTAL SHOTS = GOAL
SHOTS TO GOALS THIS SEASON
Brighton League Apps/ goals: 19/10
59% OF SHOTS ON TARGET
Signed from Spanish second division side Almería for a reported £2million, Ulloa scored on his debut against Arsenal in the FA Cup. He then became the first player to notch a hat trick at The Amex, finding the net three times during the league match with Huddersfield Town. A key player, Ulloa opened his account for this season with a fine finish at Elland Road last week.
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