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Two for the price of…£6.5 million Exclusive by Greg Hadfield IN a supermarket, you normally get two for the price of one. In the property market, there's no such thing. In Tongdean Place, a haven of tranquility down a gated lane off Dyke Road, two of the city's most exquisite homes have gone on sale - at the same time, and together. Because they are a twin, it would be a shame to split them. So you can have them both - for just £6.5 million. However you cut it, the price tag means that each one could end up being the most expensive residential property to be sold in Brighton and Hove. First, the details (forgive the estate-agent talk): six-bedroom detached houses, located in one of the best addresses in Hove (BN3 6QW, since you ask); built as a matching pair in 2001 and owned since then by business partners Paul Hazeldine and Dave Roberts, both property developers. Each home has about 5,000 square feet of living space, in an acre of land. There are panoramic views of the city and the sea, from
the south-facing gardens. If you need to know more: four bathrooms, large reception hallway, five reception rooms, Clive Christian studies, beautifullyfitted kitchens, a utility room, games room, additional rooms - and so on, and on. One of the houses has an outdoor swimming pool; the other has a garden mainly laid to lawn. The pair are on the market with Hamptons. "It's an unbelievable location, with two cracking properties," says Paul Taggart, manager of the Hove branch. "There is a very strong chance that the buyer will be from overseas." So is there a discount available - or a premium to be paid - if anyone wants to buy the pair? "Everything is negotiable," is all Mr Taggart is willing to say. The current owners - selling because their families have grown up – deliberately bought neighbouring homes because they wanted to live next door to
each other. Not an uncommon occurrence, Mr Taggart said. Time will tell. Meanwhile, though, 1 and 2 Tongdean Place will have to be
quick to cling on to the title of most expensive house in Brighton and Hove. Mishon MacKay have a ninebedroom property in Withdean on the market at £4 million.
Stage set for political confessions MIDDLE-ORDER apparatchiks in the Labour Party, it appears, are not exactly keen that you know about The Confessions of Gordon Brown. That's the name of a new play about the former party leader and prime minister, to be staged in Brighton during next month's Labour conference. Kevin Toolis, the Emmynominated writer and leftleaning journalist, says he was "banned" from advertising his work in the official party conference magazine. Well, perhaps not banned. More squeezed out: the eighth-of-page slot suddenly disappearing overnight - leaving only the £6,000 full-page slot up for grabs. Regardless. Cue, minor apoplexy in some national newspapers - and, of course, major publicity for Mr Toolis and his hour-long political satire. If you want to see the advert - and learn about the play - that some Labour Party hacks don't want you to know about, see page 6.
Digital experts open the door THE DOORS are opening wide to the digital world - as part of next month's Brighton Digital Festival Some of the city's most innovative companies will offer interactive activities, seminars and workshops,, providing a rare chance to discover what goes on behind the scenes. The "Open Studios" initiative - taking place from September 23 to 27 - is ideal for students looking for insight into the creative and digital industries, recent graduates looking for a job, or creatives looking for new opportunities and contacts. The programme also provides members of the public with the specialist expertise that has helped Brighton and Hove to become one of the fastest-
growing and most successful digital hubs in the country. Laura Bevans, events manager at Wired Sussex, is coordinator of Open Studios. She said: “Open Studios week is a great opportunity for Wired Sussex member companies to show off what they do, where they do it, who does what, and how." A total of 21 different companies will participate in the creative, digital and IT Open Studios week, each holding their own unique events. Crunch Accounting, a specialist online accountancy firm for freelancers, contractors and small businesses, will offer four days of events involving freelancer workshops, discussions, presentations and advice on all aspects of small
business accounting and tax. Web and mobile app designer, Dabapps, will hold short training taster sessions throughout the day, covering subjects such as the Python programming language, the Django web framework, designing web-based APIs and version control with Git and GitHub. BTV Post will offer a guided tour of their studios and provide insight into the inner workings of a cutting-edge postproduction facilities house. BTV Post will also hold discussions on what the future holds for 3D and 2D postproduction, as well as digital file delivery and management. For more information, visit: www.wiredsussex. com/openstudios2013
If you’re visiting Brighton Sea Life Centre 31st August - 8th September, you will have the pleasure of being joined by Timmy the sheep. The Aardman character – star of hit children’s TV show Timmy Time – will be at the Sea Life Centre to say hello and pose for photos. A new episode of Timmy Time,Timmy’s Seaside Rescue, was released last year so he is looking forward to coming back to the seaside and maybe even taking part in a bit of rockpooling to see what he can find! Check www.sealife.co.uk/Brighton for meet and greet times, and book in advance to make great savings!
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Jason Kitcat I was delighted to open the gates to the southern part of The Level a few weeks ago, following our major restoration of the park. When finished, The Level will have a new skatepark, children’s playground, dancing fountains, a sensory garden, tables for board games and ping pong, pétanque terrain, and environmentally-friendly cafe - complete with a chalk grassland green roof. Historic features from the early 1920s have been restored - including the park pavilions, which will now be used to provide community rooms and exhibition spaces. Extensive new planting and landscaping have also been carried out and additional seating provided. Our restoration project was supported by a £2.2 million Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund grant. The skatepark also received
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£150,000 grant-funding from Sports England. And an Aiming High Grant of £65,000 has also been awarded to help make the park more accessible for all. The playground has many pieces of equipment suitable for children with disabilities; new public toilets will include wheelchairaccessible loos. Improvements in lighting, CCTV
and the presence of a full-time park manager will also help to deter antisocial behaviour. Also, a Sussex Police Community Hub will be stationed in the park for a three-month trial. Members of the local neighbourhood policing team will be working from the building for part of the day. The park’s official grand opening event – including the café and the rest
of the north lawns – will take place in early October. We decided, however, to open some key recreational areas early so that they could be enjoyed by families during the summer holidays – and they’ve been incredibly popular. I hope that everyone is able to visit this high-quality revamped space in the heart of our city, and join us for the official opening later this autumn.
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Portrait of the artist... In the first of an occasional series, we highlight the work of some of our city's most interesting creative artists. album covers, book covers and Timothy O’Brien, by Niamh Moore TIMOTHY O’ BRIEN is a Brighton-based artist whose pieces are mainly of large-scale portraits, depicting realism of the human facial form focusing on the subjects’ emotions through expert tonal contrast. His latest work is a selfportrait, seemingly almost aggressive in form and created with large individual brush strokes and a pallet knife. “I did this to portray an illusion of the sense of flesh. A self-portrait is admittedly uncomfortable, but I’m pleased with the end result. I can paint impatiently and I’m not good at naming my work, I leave that up to others. For me, capturing expression is fundamental. I want the viewer to empathise with what the subject is feeling, for their mood to be captured completely.” It is clear that cinematography is a direct influence in Timothy’s work, ensuring his paintings have a real presence and resonance about them. “I painted Frankenstein’s monster because he struck me as such a sad character. I wanted to show his sadness in a simple but recognisable image. Movies have a common denominator of good versus evil and I incorporate this ideology into my paintings.” This results in Timothy creating one-off striking tonal pieces with oil on canvas, showing an excellence for skilfully applying light and shadow. Some pieces can admittedly be unsettling, but who
wants to stare at a picture that makes you feel nothing? Timothy spends his weekends trawling art galleries searching for new inspiration. “Impressionism has always been a base for my painting as capturing light is key for me. I admire artists such as Egon Schiele, Lucian Freud and Peter Howson for their abilities to paint with an emphasis on dramatic expression. I’m always searching for new artists and there are plenty of interesting artists here in Brighton. It’s hard to capture this huge moving city in one painting.” When Timothy is not watching movies or seeking out new art, he is ritually painting in solitary and has done so since he was a child. Influenced by his grandmother’s enthusiasm for painting, he grew up in the small town of Billingshurst, whereby the countryside provided much time for his passion. Timothy went on to gain a degree in Fine Art at Chichester University. “The university helped me to apply discipline to my work, before this I was painting continuously but rather aimlessly.” Timothy’s easily-recognisable personal style of painting has become well known around Brighton and he is hoping to expand his opportunities further by selling his paintings nationally. Timothy also draws in charcoal and ink and in this year alone has been commissioned to create
graphic novel covers. A canvas merely sets a scene for this 33-year-old artist. For more information, visit: www.artbyobrien.com
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Fickle Friends are starters at Jamie Oliver’s Big Feastival Exclusive by Susanna Reid FICKLE FRIENDS, a Brighton indie band, have won Jamie Oliver's "Summer Jam" contest - earning the opening slot at the Big Feastival at the end of the month. The celebrity chef's battle-of-thebands talent search - sponsored by Birra Moretti - was looking for the best unsigned act. As the result of a public vote, the five-person band beat competition from 800 rivals. They have already completed recording a video and video and track, produced by Jamie Oliver himself. Lead singer Natti Shiner, 21, originally from Lymington, Hampshire, said: “It’s so overwhelming at the moment and the
last two weeks have been a whirlwind with everyone wishing us luck and voting for us – it’s been completely mad but amazing. “We can’t wait to play at Feastival, it will be the biggest crowd we’d have played to so really exciting.” Jamie Oliver said: “All three bands were super-talented and really great guys, any of them would have made great opening acts for our Big Feastival, but Fickle Friends came out top and I’m really pleased for them.” The chef is co-hosting Big Feastival with former-Blur bassist Alex James on his Cotswolds farm on August 31 and September 1. To hear Fickle Friends, visit: www.soundcloud.com/ficklefriends. For more information about the Big Featival, visit www.jamieoliver.com/ thebigfeastival
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The failure of a capable and moral politician Kevin Toolis LOVE HIM or loathe him, Gordon Brown was our greatest failure as Prime Minister in the last 200 years. Even three years after his fall, the reasons why this superblycapable, moral man failed so badly in the office of Prime Minister are of burning political relevance as the next UK general election looms. Brown's failure was a failure of leadership. Despite his vast economic expertise, he could not persuade the British people that their future was brighter under his command. After a lifetime of political reporting across the globe, I started investigating how the concept of the modern leader is created and constructed. The result is a play The Confessions of Gordon Brown, starring the Scottish actor, Ian Grieve, which will be staged in Brighton at the Old Courtroom in Church Street, on September 22, 23 and 24 - during the Labour Party conference. The response of the Labour Party - in fear, no doubt, of being upstaged at their own "theatrical" proceedings at the conference - was to ban us from advertising in the Labour Party Conference Magazine. But our show will go on. I began by interviewing as many of Brown's close leadership circle who would talk to me - from Ed Balls, Douglas Alexander, Sue Nye, Damian McBride, politicians, pollsters, press officers, and innumerable Labour Party figures. Whether we believe in them or not, our modern political leaders are media creations composited into being by PR teams, pollsters, legions of "special advisers", image consultants, elocution experts, and - possibly, most importantly hairdressers. These digital-media creations are impossible human beings: all-seeing, all-knowing, telegenic, fertile, wise, possessed of the common touch, generous, wryly sharp-tongued, and supremely confident. Policies, manifestoes, and party conferences come and go.
Hope is the only precious commodity a leader must sell
But a leader really sells only one precious commodity: Hope. Like President Obama's classic poster, a successful leader sells himself as the embodiment that the world is going to be a better, safer, more certain place under his rule. Even in modern democracies, we elect not a man, but an idealised ruler who we believe is superior to ourselves: wiser, more hard-working, more astute, and more fit to govern. Some of our other key attributes of leadership are purely physical and are again reflections of ancient psychological preferences. The "Big Man" is big. Leaders are simply taller, like Obama or Clinton - or even Osama Bin Laden. The last American president to be below average height was William McKinley, who was elected in 1897. If you are five foot seven, regardless of your political ambition, you are never going to be prime minister. Having height – and hair, and getting your teeth sorted out are all necessary attributes of leadership. But they are not sufficient. Brown was an avid fan of focus groups and often commissioned his pollsters to conduct two sessions a week in a long-running image-building campaign codenamed Project Volvo. Each focus group, consisting of eight men or eight women, was asked a series of test questions - What sort of animal is Gordon Brown? What is his other job? - as
a means of teasing out answers that could be fed back to Downing Street to help spin his image. The answers - he was always “a bear” and “a headmaster” - shaped the early days of his premiership and, particularly, the key motif change - of his speeches. The southern electorate was never keen on a dodgy Scots bloke with a jowly neck and a fixed grin. And nothing he could do could really change that. It was just human prejudice. In office, Brown struggled with himself and the pace of decisionmaking required of the office of British prime minister. The workload crushed him, but he was unable to delegate. Ultimately, his character, his fateful indecisiveness, corroded his powers as leader and he was beset by endless rebellions and reversals. Neither does Brown's successor, Ed Miliband, appear to be succeeding as the embodiment of an alternative hope for the British people. The first rebellions against his lacklustre rule have begun within his own ranks. Will the sea in Brighton run red with political blood in September? We will have to wait and see. But time is running out for this political son of Brown - as low personal poll ratings predict not victory but disaster in 2015. For more information, visit: www.gordonconfesses.co.uk. Kevin Toolis, Emmynominated writer and director
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How dehydration nearly killed my mother Jean Calder MY ELDERLY MOTHER nearly died in January. People might say that’s hardly surprising. She’s 91 and has late-stage dementia. She had, however, suffered no recent illness. She may well have had a small stroke - a “small cerebral event”, as the experts delicately put it - but even that is not certain. What brought her to the brink of death was that she hadn’t had enough to drink. I visited her in her nursing home one day and found her unresponsive. I twice saw her convulse. She was taken to A&E at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, where her ambulance was one of many to be delayed at the entrance. When finally admitted to A&E, she was observed to be calmer. She still twisted and flailed her arms, but staff thought this a symptom of dementia. A nurse, and then a registrar, said they’d have to get advice about whether she should have a blood test. Then a consultant concluded she didn’t need one and pronounced her fit to leave. But because no ambulance was available, she was kept in overnight to be discharged in the morning. This probably saved her life. Next day, a different consultant was in charge, a man who deserves a special place in paradise. He wouldn’t discharge her without more tests, including a blood test, which revealed dehydration and high sodium levels. By the time I arrived, she was already on a drip and looking better. This consultant said he wanted to keep her in for a week to ensure rehydration. Two days later, however, a third consultant told me he saw no purpose in further hospital treatment and discharged her to the nursing home from which
Royal Sussex County Hospital: life and death
she’d come. No protocol for rehydration was recommended. No external oversight was in place. Nobody queried how she’d become dehydrated or raised a safeguarding alert. I made a formal complaint, for which apologies were received. The details are not public. I believe, however, that what happened to my mother raises important issues in regard to dehydration - not least because incidents such as this are happening around the country and often lead to death. Patients concerned are usually, though not always, elderly and confused. They are especially vulnerable to neglect, prejudice, complacency or false assumptions about dementia.
It was assumed my mother was adequately hydrated, when she was not. It was assumed that distressing symptoms of dehydration including confusion, lethargy and painful cramping were evidence of worsening dementia, but they were not. It was assumed that she was at the end of her life, but she is alive and still laughing. Once dehydration was diagnosed, it was assumed she could not swallow or had refused fluids, but she had not. She enjoys food and drink, though she swallows slowly and with difficulty. Her problem then, as now, was that she needs help to drink. Until these events, I thought myself ‘hydration-aware’. When
visiting, I gave my mother drinks and spoke about hydration with specialists and care home managers. Yet I failed to realise two basic things - that she needed a daily target for fluid intake and that I should regularly check fluid charts to ensure it was being met. Looking back on it, I suspect she had been dehydrated for some while - probably because there is a greater focus on nutrition in residential homes than on hydration. I’ve been in several where I’ve seen staff assist an elderly resident to eat, only to remove a full glass that the same person was unable or forgot to drink. Doctors, nurses and care
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Giant hawk returns to Sheepcote Valley
A Silver-spotted Skipper, the city’s rarest butterfly
A GIANT HAWK is once again keeping watch over Sheepcote Valley - thanks to park rangers and local volunteers. The hawk, originally carved into the hillside by artists from Same Sky in 2001, has been restored to its former glory. Led by Brighton and Hove City Council’s park rangers, volunteers from Brighton Conservation Volunteers, Sussex Wildlife Trust Youth Rangers and a corporate
team from American Express spent two days re-cutting and weeding the lines of the hawk before reapplying three tonnes of chalk. The chalk, sourced from Woodingdean’s Lawn Memorial site half a mile away, was compacted using tamping bars and sledgehammers. The hawk was previously restored in 2009 and in 2011, by volunteers from Scout groups, Friends of Sheepcote Valley, and the community payback team. Councillor Ollie Sykes, deputy chair of the council’s environment, sustainability and transport Committee said: “The volunteers have done an amazing job and the hawk looks stunning, especially from Wilson Avenue and Whitehawk Hill. “We’ve already received numerous emails and calls from the public, saying how great it is to have the carving back on the hill.”
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Volunteers working on the hawk were also rewarded with a glimpse of the city’s rarest butterfly - the Silver-spotted Skipper. The butterflies, from the city’s only healthy colony a short distance from the carving, emerged as work was taking place.
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Let’s put students at the centre of education WE PUT our children through a lot of hoops. It’s what adults do. It’s good for them; certainly, it never did us any harm. Watching students open the envelopes containing their A-level results is a salutory experience. It provides perspective. It reminds us of the sense of achievement and fulfilment that we all want - or wanted for our own children. And, of course - let’s be honest - for ourselves: the proud sense that comes - more often than we might admit - from being a parent. When you are 18, everything is possible. There’s so much potential, so much to be done, so much still to learn. Indeed, the same could be said of when you are 80. It is right that schools should be held to account and required to publish performance data. Students and parents need as much information as they can get about institutions we all pay for, in one way or another. For the data is not only about the performance of students; it’s also about the performance of teachers individually and collectively - as well as schools as organisations. The data should not be used as evidence of failure, of falling short; nor should it be used to allocate blame - on the student, the teacher, the
school. Instead, the data - some of which we publish on page 16 and 17 - should be used to measure and to manage. And to drive improvements in areas where it is needed. We are all wise enough to understand that the difference between a 100% pass rate in a highly-selective school populated by students from well-heeled families, with every advantage that brings (academically if not always socially) - does not necessarily signify the school is “better” than one where the pass rate is much lower. Nor does it mean it is worse. No. The biggest mistake is thinking that educational success is institution-centred - or teacher-centred - rather than student-centred. Once we put the student at the centre of education, then everything becomes clearer: data about the performance of institutions and teachers becomes fuel for the engine of improvement. Evidence of improvement is seen in the eyes of the students who opened their envelopes yesterday: regardless of their grades, if they felt they did the best they could after receiving the best help and support teachers and schools could offer, then they and we - can ask no more. And even if they didn’t, it’s not the end of the world. After all, they are only 18.
Women want equality – not male protection IN ANSWER to Mr. Khabbezeh’s letter (August 9) about the benefits of Sharia law for women, I appreciate his invitation to join in with the Eid party and meet some Muslims. I would, however, like to extend a similar invitation to him - to meet with other members of society outside his own culture, especially women. I suspect he does very little of this - because if he did, he would be aware that women do not in general want or need protection by men. What they do want and need and are well on the way to achieving - is equal rights in all spheres of society. When women achieve genuinely equal job and educational opportunities, have affordable childcare so they can choose to work and not slip down the job ladder by having to take long periods off and become de-skilled, we will have no need of male “protection”. And the very idea of unequal gender-based inheritance rights is outrageous and a retrograde step to past unenlightened times. On a purely practical point: what of women like me who have no
Last week’s letter from Hassan Khabbazeh close male relatives alive? Without a state and small occupational pension, and savings partly derived from an inheritance that was not reduced due to preferential treatment for male relatives, where would I be? And where would I have been as a lifelong working parent, for a large part of it as a single mum, if I had not been able to drive and get my children to their carers before heading off to work. (On benefits is the answer.)
What has this got to do with Sharia law? Well, as I understand it, in Saudi Arabia this would have been impossible, as women cannot drive without an adult male present. I’m sure Hassan is a very moderate man, but he is well aware that some are not, and yearn to have a very strict Sharia regime for all in our society. Not if I can help it. Val Cane Queen’s Park Road
Charging is the answer to congestion CAR-OWNERS should be charged much more for the privilege of parking in the centre of the city (page 6, August 9). Congestion charges should be implemented. The pollution in this city is choking its inhabitants to a closer death. Where does Ian Davey derive his facts from? Car use has risen under his watch. His party has done nothing to alleviate the high air-pollution levels in this city. In fact, they have risen - especially since the garbage-burner was built
in Newhaven. Private car usage should be banned at all times on Western Road, as the emissions emanating from these vehicles are very detrimental to residents health and of course are a high cost to the National Health Service. When will council members listen to their voters? Separately, I do agree with Mike Holland’s article (page 13, August 9). The London Road area is an utter disgrace. It is the most
depressing area of this city. Do we need more student accommodation? No! £17,000 for public art events in this deprived area? I think not. It will take so much more than money to train those shopkeepers how to dress their windows. And would the inhabitants appreciate such waste of expenditure?? The entire sum allocated is a total waste of government monies - which, of course, come from our coffers. Brenda M Barnard
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Cycle path planned for road to South Downs Frank le Duc A CYCLE PATH is being planned to run alongside a mile-and-ahalf stretch of Ditchling Road in Brighton. The proposed path is intended to improve links between Brighton and the South Downs National Park. The Department for Transport (DfT) has awarded Brighton and Hove City Council £337,000 towards the cost of the project, which will also include lowering the speed limit along Ditchling Road. The cycle path will be made of gravel and is intended to be shared with pedestrians; at the northern end, it will cross Coldean Lane, leading to and from Stanmer Park. The DfT money is part of a £5 million pot of “Linking Communities” funding awarded to the council, the national park, East Sussex County Council, and West Sussex County Council. The money is to be spent improving access to the national park by creating a network of
cycle routes. The Ditchling Road proposal has already attracted £100,000 from the Local Sustainable Transport Fund. The council wants to make it easier for people to travel between Brighton and Hove and the national park - on foot and by bike and by bus. People living in and around Ditchling Road are to be consulted about the proposals, which the council said would also benefit the many runners who use the route. Councillor Pete West, chair of the council’s environment, transport and sustainability committee, said: “We’re delighted to be a successful partner in the bid with the South Downs National Park. The park is a wonderful place, and a real breathing space for all the city’s residents.” Trevor Beattie, chief executive of the South Downs National Park Authority, said: “The South Downs is England’s most-visited and most densely-populated national park and this investment
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It’s Mr Jobsworth who’s bad for your health. Innit! Mike Holland I DON’T KNOW about you, but I love the British way of life. I welcome change for the better, but am heartily sick of hearing that an entity called “Brussels, innit” or “Elf ‘n’ Safety, innit” are to blame for changing things that have worked perfectly well without interference for as long as I can remember. Just this week, I have experienced two such examples of complete stupidity apparently caused by these two busybody entities. Being the father of a disabled son, I am used to obstacles being put in the way by clueless people who should try getting around in a wheelchair for a month before they start handing out advice. As a family, however, who have holidayed on the Isle of Wight for the past 15 summers, I would say that Wightlink, the ferry company, have always been extremely helpful. It has been necessary only
to book and when you turn up simply say disabled and they will put your car as near to the lift as they possibly can. Now that was obviously way too easy - because, according to the gentleman taking our tickets this year, someone called “Brussels innit” has stipulated that you must pre-book a disabled place next to the lift. This is not just a case of informing the booking office either. This is “Brussels innit” insisting a completely different department are telephoned and permission sought to park near a lift. I am well used to this short journey and have never experienced any holdups until I was told I must do as “Brussels innit” commands. Why then have these busybodies decided to poke their wretched euro-noses into this matter now, or at all? Example two was even more annoying, as I meet not only “Elf ‘n’ Safety, innit” but also Mr Jobsworth into the bargain. Whenever we are on the Island, my son - who is now 21 - likes to take the train from Ryde, where our holiday home, is to Shanklin - where we pootle about and have some lunch, before returning home again late afternoon.
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or on the outward-bound train, that there was indeed some new directive in place and a scooter pass was now required. This apparently takes seven days to get ; so I tried to point out that a holidaymaker would not have seven days to wait around before taking a train. Mr Jobsworth, then becoming a little agitated, tried explaining it was the fault of “Elf ‘n’ Safety, innit”. In turn, we tried to point out, to this shining example of someone you really wouldn’t wish to employ, that - scooter pass or
not - it would still be the same scooter, so what could “Elf ‘n’ Safety” possibly have to do with it. By this time, however, I could sense that Mr Unreasonable was in danger of banning us from Island Line Trains and decided that the better part of valour was to shut up. I was left pondering the fact that so many people have had enough of all this nonsense and are voting UKIP. I am not there yet - but it won’t take a lot more of this sort of euro-nonsense to tip me over the edge.
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As an outsider, imagining supporting Brighton during this period conjured up images of the Ron Burgundy-curated "Pleasure Town" scene from Anchorman. Dancing among the kitsch images of cherubs and rainbows were Albion’s multi-award-winning pies; Craig Mackail-Smith and his flowing blonde locks; the Amex’s improbably comfortable seats; and, of course, the charming efficiency of Gustavo Poyet, marching up and down the touchline purposefully in his pristine tailored suit. But Brighton’s fortunes were bound to meet a setback at some stage. And so - with somewhat unfortunate timing - it was Albion’s 0-2 loss to bitter rivals Crystal Palace in the second leg of the Championship play-off semifinal earlier this year that a backlog of bad luck announced itself. Days later, the club announced the immediate suspension of Poyet and his assistants, Mauricio Taricco and Charlie Oatway, after Poyet allegedly told his players that he planned to leave. To compound the misery of defeat, details later emerged of what has since become known as "poo-gate". Fast-forward a few months, and here we are at the dawn of 201314. A new manager, Oscar Garcia, is in place, but the Poyet dispute is yet to be resolved. Following a subsequent failed appeal against his dismissal, Poyet last week instigated court proceedings against the club - ahead of which, he sounds distinctly bullish. Confident he may be, but has the bitter end to his tenure tainted his legacy at the club? Brighton chairman Tony Bloom’s recent revelation that the Uruguayan stated his intention to leave the club as long ago as March will do little to enhance supporters’ perceptions of him. With the dearth of information currently in the public sphere, there is a sense among Brighton supporters that it would be wrong to cast aspersions at this stage. Certainly, though, it would seem that most are able to distinguish between the commitment and professionalism he showed in successfully leading the club to the Championship, and the ugly, unfortunate nature of his dismissal. There is also a consensus that Tony Bloom is a man of honour and sound judgement. If he deemed it necessary to take action against the former manager, then it would, unequivocally, have been in the best interests of the club to
do so. The feud between Poyet and the club will have more far-reaching consequences, but these will not be known until the outcome of the court case. If the gross misconduct charge is upheld, the club will be proven conclusively as having shown strong moral leadership, and their image perhaps even enhanced. In the meantime, the business of achieving success on the pitch must take priority. The appointment of Oscar Garcia was a bold one, and although he lacks direct experience of English football, there is no questioning his pedigree. He is a gamble of sorts, but he has the feel of a manager who, if able to succeed, will do so spectacularly. Optimists at the Amex might also conclude that failure to achieve promotion to the Premier League last season indicated that the club had reached a glass ceiling under Poyet, whose side often seemed to struggle to convert possession-based football into attack and, crucially, wins. Is Garcia, then, the man to take the club to the next level? The infrastructure is certainly in place for him to do so. Logically, though, this season must be allocated as one of transition for Albion fans. An opening trio of defeats against Leeds United, Derby County and, most disappointingly, Newport County, has not been an ideal start, and endorses the view that Garcia may not be able to implement his ideas instantly. Patience is necessary, particularly with the additions of QPR, Reading and Wigan to an already-competitive division. Brighton certainly have a strong enough squad to make the top six, but mid-table may have to be a satisfactory conclusion come May 3. To enable Garcia a successful transition, it is essential that the Poyet dispute is brought to a dignified conclusion as soon as possible. Whatever the outcome, it cannot be allowed to cast a shadow over efforts on the field, and there is no doubt that footballing success is the most effective method of obscuring any negative PR arising from the saga. Poyet laid strong foundations; a fitting legacy of his tenure would be for Garcia to be given the opportunity to use those foundations as a platform to helping the club realise its huge potential. Follow Tom Furnival-Adams on Twitter: @Tom_FA. For a full version of the article, visit: www.thetwounfortunates.com.
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City property prices remain out of reach for first-time buyers Frank le Duc
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THE PRICE of a home and the cost of renting make Brighton and Hove one of the country’s least affordable places to live. Research by Adzuna, a property search-engine business, suggests the city has the fourth-highest proportion of unaffordable homes for first-time buyers. Adzuna also said it is fifth on a list of the most unaffordable places for renting. An average couple spending 30 per cent of their income on rent would be able to choose from only 72 per cent of homes in the rental market, research indicated. First-time buyers would be restricted to just 22 per cent of houses or flats on a joint mortgage multiple of 2.75 times income and a 25 per cent deposit. Average property prices are 5.8 times an average couple’s income, a multiple exceeded only in London and Oxford. Chichester topped the list of least-affordable towns and cities for first-time buyers, followed
by Oxford and Guildford. London was the most expensive place to rent, with Guildford, Oxford and Winchester also more expensive than Brighton. Adzuna said that it calculated the affordability of areas by looking at average salaries for Britain’s top 50 towns and cities, using a search index of more than 500,000 job ads. This data was compared with asking prices for homes - along with typical mortgage multiples across the country - to produce an affordability index for those looking for a home to buy or rent. Andrew Hunter, co-founder of
Adzuna, said: “With rates of pay falling and property prices rising, it’s clear that homes in Britain are becoming less affordable and we’re in a renters’ not a buyers’ market.”
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A-levels: How our s Greg Hadfield IT’S A-LEVEL results day. It’s all about the grades. In reality, it’s all about the students - as they cross another threshold. One that seems the most important in their life, so far. Until the next one. “I didn’t expect to do so well, certainly not in drama,” says 18-year-old Aisling Lyle, a (nowformer) student at Varndean College. Worried about being a little redfaced - less worried about being close to tears, of joy - Aisling, who lives in central Brighton, is delighted: A* (Textiles), A (History), B (Drama), and B (English Literature). Now she can look forward to studying history at Warwick University. The emotions are the same across the city. It may be about the grades and the students, but it’s also about the teachers, the colleges, and the school. Inevitably, it is the headteachers and principals, who speak for all: Richard Cairns, of Brighton College: “So many of those
celebrating today have been top sportsmen, dancers, artists and musicians. That they have found time also to excel academically is both humbling and inspiring.” Dr Philip Harland, of Varndean College: “Our students continue to demonstrate their hard work and commitment - they thoroughly
• Brighton College Easter Road Brighton BN2 0AL 2013 Pass rate: 100% (100% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: 96% A*-C grades: 99.6% 97 students achieved at least three A grades 21 students achieved three A* grades
deserve their success.” Chris Thomson, of Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College: “This is an exciting and nerve-racking day and I am proud that once again, BHASVIC students have achieved outstanding results.” Frances King, of Roedean: “I
20 students have places at Oxford and Cambridge
am delighted that our additional investment in teaching and learning is already paying dividends in terms of higher grades.” Dr James Kilmartin, of Cardinal Newman Catholic School: “The students are a credit to themselves, their families and the school.” James Fox, of Portslade
• Brighton and Hove High School Montpelier Road Brighton BN1 3AT
2012 A-level students: 168 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 33% A-level points per student: 1,019.8
2013 Pass rate: 100% A*/A/B grades: 79%
2011 Points per student: 1,016.1 2010 Points per student: 1,007.7 2009 Points per student: 940.3
2012 A-level students: 28 At least three with AAB in key subjects:
Aldridge Community Academy: “I would like to congratulate our students and wish them well in their future careers.” As part of the £12.7m refurbishment, the academy will be opening a new sixth-form centre. Scene of more tears, in future years.
29% A-level points per student: 860.9 2011 Points per student: 899.3 2010 Points per student: 908.1 2009 Points per student: 860.4
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schools performed • Roedean School Roedean Way Brighton BN2 5RQ
2012 A-level students: 92 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 27% A-level points per student: 1,002.3
• Brighton Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College 205 Dyke Road Hove BN3 6EG
2012 A-level students: 719 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 8% A-level points per student: 804.4
2011 Points per student: 929.2 2010 Points per student: 920.1 2009 Points per student: 1,003.1
2013 Pass rate: 98% (98.1% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: (58.4 in 2012) 22 subjects had 100% pass rate AS-levels: pass rate of 91%, with 50% of students achieving A/B grades
2011 Points per student: 821.7 2010 Points per student: 812 2009 Points per student: 790.7
2012 A-level students: 143 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 8% A-level points per student: 724.0
• Blatchington Mill School and Sixth Form College Nevill Avenue Hove BN3 7BW
2012 A-level students: 61 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 8% A-level points per student: 713.6
2011 Points per student: 744.7 2010 Points per student: 726.4 2009 Points per student: 716.6
2013 Pass rate: Not available (98.6% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: Not available (46% in 2012)
2011 Points per student: 630 2010Points per student: 612.8 2009 Points per student: 599.4
2012 A-level students: 443 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 5% A-level points per student: 769.8
• Hove Park School and Sixth Form Centre Nevill Road Hove BN3 7BN
2012 A-level students: 46 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 2% A-level points per student: 613.5
2011 Points per student: 756.9 2010 Points per student: 780.9 2009 Points per student: 716.4
2013 Pass rate: 99% (100% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: 40% (29.9% in 2012)
2011 Points per student: 603.9 2010 Points per student: 608.9 2009 Points per student: 592.2
• Portslade Aldridge Community Academy Chalky Road, Portslade Brighton BN41 2WS
2012 A-level students: 34 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 0% A-level points per student: 542.8
• Bellerbys College 1 Billinton Way Brighton BN1 4LF
2011 Points per student: 1,032.8 2010 Points per student: 1,017.1 2009 Points per student: 922.7
2013 Pass rate: 95% Students achieving at least three A-levels: 59% Students achieving at least two A-levels: 86% (82% in 2012)
2011 Points per student: Not applicable 2010 Points per student: Not applicable 2009 Points per student: Not applicable
2013 Pass rate: 100% (100% in 2012) A*/A grades: 54.9% A*-C grades: 94.9%
• Cardinal Newman Catholic School The Upper Drive Hove BN3 6ND 2013 Pass rate: (98.5% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: (50.4% in 2012) A*-C grades: 70% One student gained four A* grades Eight students gained three or more A*/A grades
• Varndean College Surrenden Road Brighton BN1 6WQ 2013 Pass rate: 98% (97.6% in 2012) A*/A/B grades: 48% (50.9% in 2012) A*-C grades: 71% Two-thirds of all subjects recorded a pass rate of 100% AS-levels pass rate: 86.4%
2012 A-level students: 91 At least three with AAB in key subjects: 33% A-level points per student: 1,040.3
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Laura Lockington Swimming Pool Summer, by Rebecca Farnworth I ONCE LEFT it very late to buy some holiday reading and I swooped on the airport bookshop in a hot and bothered rush - all the while keeping my eyes on the departure board, knowing that I’d have to make mad dash to gate 49. Oh dear! Quelle mistake! The books were dreadful and I got very cross indeed while lounging around, trying to get into yet another “holiday read”. Yes, we want something light and funny. And no, I don’t mind a bit of romance and shopping. But make it good romance and shopping please. And a bit of sex thrown in too, natch. This is the book to take to the beach. Three women and assorted partners and friends are in a Greek villa. rankie hasn’t had a proper relationship for years. Why? Because she is secretly in love with her best friend, Patrick. Tor never thought that she could have a baby, but now finds herself pregnant by her younger lover. A
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younger lover who started out as a bit of fun, but now means so much more. Leila seems to have it all: a happy marriage, a pretty daughter, and a great job, but there is a secret that she is keeping that could destroy her marriage. When an unexpected guest turns up, all hell breaks loose with delicious results. This book manages to be that rare thing: a light read, but a good one. Hoorah. Pass the sun cream, would you? Thanks.
JOIN US for a lip-smacking interactive live reading from one of Sir Terry Pratchett’s best-selling titles. The team behind last year’s sellout production of Tales from the Spotted Dog are reunited. For one night only. For a live reading from Stephen Briggs’s stage adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Guards! Guards! Expect delicious food, live music, locally-sourced ale, fun, frolics - and a modicum of groupaudience participation, from a discreet distance. Possibly. This year,Terry Pratchett and his very funny book Guards! Guards! was chosen as the book for City Reads. He is one of Britain’s best-loved writers; he has worldwide book sales of 80 million.; his work has been translated into 37 languages; he was awarded an OBE in 1998 and knighted for services to literature in 2009. And he is famous for wearing a fedora. City Reads is like the most enormous book group – with the whole city being encouraged to join in the fun of reading one book together. There is a whole host of events
centred around the book, from films at Duke’s at Komedia, to a book quiz at The Latest, a Vintage Fair at TOM - The Old Market, featuring our very own Book Doctor on Saturday, September 21. And the main event itself: Terry Pratchett and friends on stage at The Dome on the Sunday, September 29. To win two free tickets to the Guards! Guards! Live (normal price £24 each) - including a gorgeous supper at Brighton and
Hove Food Festival Marquee on Hove Lawns - at 7pm on Friday, September 13, simply go to the City Reads website - www.cityreads. co.uk - and answer the following question: How many books has Terry Pratchett sold worldwide? Answers must be received by Thursday, September 5. The winner will be notified by email on Friday, September 6. Good luck! And enjoy reading the book!
Getting back on the level Recently I wrote about how unrealistic holiday expectations can put stress on a couple’s relationship. This week, whilst walking through the newly reopened Level in Brighton I was struck by how many families had flocked there. Maybe they had plumped for a ‘Staycation’. With this long awaited heat wave who can blame them? It makes perfect sense if you live in Brighton that rather than go abroad enjoy our home town as a tourist would. As I watched squealing children playing in the sparkling water fountains, while parents soaked up the happy atmosphere it was inspiring to think what an incredible change had occurred in this long unloved and uncared for part of Brighton. As a Collaborative Family Lawyer and Mediator I help separating couples believe that change is possible, if they are prepared to put the work in. It is possible to do things differently. Just like the mistaken belief that two weeks abroad can fix a broken relationship many couples think that the divorce process has to be about point scoring, where one party wins
and the other loses. So when they come to me I explain it doesn’t have to be that way. Collaborative law itself is a way of doing things differently. Each partner has their own lawyer, we all sit down together to work out a way forward. The whole process is built on trust and transparency; all advice is given openly, meaning there is less confusion and expectations are managed. Starting from a position of trust, with a commitment to doing things differently, couples can go a long way to achieving a way forward. A positive way forward is essential, especially where there are children involved. Most parents can see that their romantic relationship may have ended but they can work together to do the right thing for the sake of their children. As with any regeneration project, to make something good out of something broken
takes hard work. My experience of Collaborative law has been rewarding because I see many couples work together to find new solutions and in so doing they are able to move on from the mistakes of the past. Like the new Level, where there is a will there is often a way.
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A FAMILY-RUN Italian restaurant offering bespoke meals has emerged as the top-rated place to eat in Brighton and Hove. Mediterraneo Delicatessen is the city’s No1-ranked restaurant, according to TripAdvisor, the travel website - beating off competition from more than 700 other venues. Offering an authentic slice of Sicily in Clyde Road, Brighton, Mediterraneo acts as a deli by day and a restaurant by night. And, as a result, has secured a veritable army of well-informed regulars. Its owners provide a bespoke,
pre-booked restaurant service on Friday and Saturday evenings, with the menu tailored to the individual customer prior to arrival – with as many as eight dishes being suggested via email beforehand. And, possibly because those who do know about it don’t want to have to scramble for seat availability, Mediterraneo has remained one of Brighton’s bestkept secrets. One place where people have sung its praises though is online at TripAdvisor (www.tripadvisor. co.uk). Each review is broken down into different categories.
Restaurants, for example, focus on food, service, value and atmosphere. A mark of excellent, very good, average, poor and terrible is added – with the venue given an overall mark out of five and ranked in local order. Mediterraneo, for example, received 134 reviews – of which 120 (90%) rated them “excellent”, with nine “very good”. Its overall mark was five out of five - and a host of customers left glowing comments. But how is it that a small, family-run business has managed to top a chart that includes many bigger, well-known names and chains? It doesn’t take much more than five minutes talking to owner
Giorgio Verardi to appreciate how he and his wife, Sonia, have managed it. Coming from a long line of talented chefs, Giorgio’s passion for food is infectious and he has determinedly made the Mediterraneo experience as close to true Sicilian dining as possible. And that means making a night out just that – a night, and not a quick bite to eat. “We don’t rush people at all,” he says, taking a break from his busy schedule to talk food with Brighton & Hove Independent. “A lot of people have said we should have two sittings like other restaurants, but that is not what we are about.
People spend three or four hours here. It is an experience rather than just a meal. “It is not fine dining and definitely not a posh restaurant. There are some excellent restaurants like that in Brighton and I would not compare us to them. To say we are small would be an understatement. We have room only for about 12 people. My front room is probably bigger than our restaurant, but we wouldn’t have it any other way.” Giorgio and Sonia are the only staff, with Sonia head chef and Giorgio doing pretty much everything else. After a 12-hour shift running the deli side of their
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The top five restaurants in Brighton: 1 Mediterraneo Delicatessen 2A Clyde Road, BN1 4NP 01273 674350 www.mediterraneodeli.co.uk Type of food: Italian Reviews: 134 Score:
Recent review: “When we arrived, we were greeted like long-lost friends and nothing was too much trouble throughout the whole evening. The restaurant is small and intimate yet beautifully decorated. The food was outstanding, my husband says the fish dish he had was the best he had ever tasted.”
2 Burger Brothers 97 North Road, BN1 1YE 01273 706980 Type of food: Hamburgers, British, healthy, fast food Reviews: 74 Score:
Recent review: “Burger Brothers is just around the corner from where I live and I don’t know why it took me so long to try them. Tasty, locally-sourced meat for their burgers; tasty combination of flavours for the adventurous, basics for the purists; amazing chips and excellent, friendly service.”
3 Iydea 17 Kensington Gardens, BN1 4AL 01273 667992 www.iydea.co.uk Type of food:Vegetarian Reviews: 239 Score:
The top five restaurants in Hove: 1 Archipelagos 121 Western Road, BN3 1DB 01273 779474 www.archipelagosbrighton.co.uk Type of food: Greek Reviews: 112 Score:
Recent review: “The story here is that we have lived quite literally around the corner from this gem for eight years. So after numerous “We really must go’s...”, we actually did. We chose to do Sunday afternoo,n instead of a traditional roast - and wow! What a dinner it was!”
2 The Little Fish Market 10 Upper Market Street, BN3 1AS Recent review: “I didn’t want to write this review, because some 01273 722213 things should remain secret. The www.thelittlefishmarket.co.uk Little Fish Market is one. I want to keep it all to myself, but then I’d be Type of food: Seafood shooting myself in the foot. It’s a Reviews: 45 great restaurant.” Score:
3 Makara 28 Church Road, BN3 2FN 01273 748072
Type of food:Turkish Reviews: 49 Score:
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esses, they sit down for two hours of emails and preparation. Busy they may t it hasn’t done anything to their enthusiasm. As Giorgio ned, they both grew up rsed in a world of food and eem to have replicated that onment here in Brighton. ck home in Sicily, the n is where everything ns,” Giorgio said. “When I owing up my mum would almost her entire day in and once she had made our course lunch, she would start ng about dinner. As children, you were not at school, that re you were. Life revolved
around the kitchen and food.” Bookings at Mediterraneo are often made months in advance but it is always worth checking their availability. For the full experience with emailed through menu suggestions, the team need at least a few days. Leave it until the Friday morning, though, and you are likely to be out of luck. Considering the demand and success, surely there are plans for expansion? “No, we will keep doing things this way. The minute I stop being able to leave the kitchen to talk to customers, discuss their meal or chat about the wine, then the quality would drop. We are happy with our four tables.” Giorgio Verardi: "It is an experience rather than just a meal"
4 Gingerman Recent review: “I think the reason why Iydea isn’t “Eat as much as you like” is because people would just never leave and kitchen probably wouldn’t handle it, but food of this quality should really be a treat. Magic happens in that kitchen.”
Recent review: “The restaurant was busy, but all the waiting staff were attentive and friendly - and the food was terrific! We loved watching the chef working at the charcoal pit and using the flatbread as an extra utensil. Most innovative! We would love to go back one day soon and are really happy to recommend this little gem to everyone!”
21A Norfolk Square, BN1 2PD 01273 326688 www.gingermanrestaurants.com Type of food: British Reviews: 226 Score:
5 Tookta’s Cafe Recent review: “The food and service were both brilliant. The restaurant is quite small and intimate, but has a relaxed atmosphere. For my dessert, I had the apricot clafoutis with honey and oat ice-cream; it was absolutely delicious. Would highly recommend this restaurant.”
4 The Garden Cafe Nizells Avenue, Somerhill Road, BN3 1PR 01273 735187 Type of food: Cafe Reviews: 35 Score:
Recent review: “The food was good, well-priced and attractivelypresented. The staff were very pleasant and the service quick and efficient. My daughter’s halloumi salad looked amazing and she said it was delicious.”
30 Spring Street, BN1 3EF 01273 748071 Recent review: “Been hunting a sites.google.com/site/tooktascafe decent Thai in Brighton for seven years. This one is a godsend! Best Type of food:Thai Thai I’ve had outside Thailand. Pad Reviews: 193 Thai to die for. Lovely service, Score: amazing food.”
5 Fellini Trattoria and Bar 115 Church Road, BN3 2AF 01273 900007 www.fellinihove.co.uk Type of food: Italian Reviews: 106 Score:
Recent review: “We went out for a meal last week for the first time and what a great little place. Food was fantastic, simple setting and no frills really - but friendly and attentive staff. Going back again tonight!”
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Brighton bin shortage Brighton is facing a bin shortage – with the next batch of wheelie bins not arriving in the city until October. The council says anyone ordering a new bin who does not have one should double-bag their rubbish until the new consignment arrives.
College among country’s best results Students at a Brighton college gained some of the best results in the country for pupils studying the International Baccalaureate. Sean McEvoy, who leads the course at Varndean, congratulated his students. For A-level results, see pages 16 and 17.
Rail tickets up 4.1% The price of an annual season ticket from Brighton to London will hit £4,350 next year as local fares go up 4.1 per cent. Passengers have reacted angrily to the news and high-profile Green MP Caroline Lucas held a demonstration outside Brighton Station this week.
One in five expects to be on benefits A survey by The Prince’s Trust has shown that one in five school leavers in Brighton and Hove expects to end up surviving on state hand-outs. More than a third of those quizzed (35 per cent) were worried they would not find work if they failed their exams.
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Southern Water revealed its staff regularly remove rafts of fat, measuring as much as six-feet long from sewers beneath Brighton. Workers deal with an average of one blockage a day and blame locals for not properly disposing of non-biodegradable rubbish.
A popular Albion fanzine released its 50th edition to mark five years of covering the club. The Seagull Love Review can be followed on Twitter - @TSLR - and is also available in a digital format. www. theseagulllovereview. blogspot.co.uk
A 20-year-old man - previously described as “Brighton’s worst teenager” - has posed in prison for numerous Facebook pictures. A Ministry of Justice investigation has been launched after pictures of Korrell Kennedy, who signed with top modelling agency Elite, posed in pictures alongside a friend.
Tons of fat clogging city sewers
Fanzine marks fifth birthday
Shortage of Germanmade wheelie bins
One of Brighton’s busiest food banks could close unless it finds a new home. The Haven, which is based near Brighton Racecourse, needs new premises. It currently hands out as many as 60 food parcels each week.
A new cycle lane will improve links between Brighton and the South Downs National Park. The city council has been given £337,000 towards the project, which will include a mile-and-a-half-long bike lane alongside Ditchling Road. For full article, see page 11.
The NHS trust that runs the Royal Sussex County Hospital earned £1.1million from parking payments in a year. Charges for visitors currently range from £1.80 for two hours to a maximum of £17 for between 12 and 24 hours.
Tales of a big cat on the loose in Bevedean inspired a local filmmaker’s latest movie. Nightmare Hunters is the work of Ewan Gorman and will be shown on the Big Screen on the beach tomorrow (Saturday). For a review, see page 11.
conservation area landed a Brighton estate agent with fines and costs of nearly £1,000. A representative from Sawyer & Co Sales and Lettings Ltd appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court and admitted erecting the board outside a property in Howard Place.
Busy site could close
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Film on Brighton big Estate agent cat A “For Sale” board in a central
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Clockwise from left: James Haskell, the England rugby player, takes the "Respect Water Punchbag Challenge - part of an RNLI water-safety campaign; Churchhill Square Shopping Centre celebrates Brighton rock;Young volunteers helped to refurbish the council-owned boxing gym in Moulsecoomb.
Brighton & Hove Independent bonds with local charity MARK ANSELL, the Managing Director of Brighton & Hove Independent has agreed to prove his commitment to the paper's charity partner, The Whitehawk Inn. He has promised to go to extreme lengths and dive, Bond style, 12,000 feet from the sky! When asked why he feels such lengths are necessary, Mark replied: "It's all very well agreeing to partner with a local charity but it's really about showing that commitment to the community who benefit from the outstanding and remarkable work this organisation undertakes. It is my belief that The Whitehawk Inn provides an essential service to the city of Brighton and Hove and we must do everything possible to contribute to its funding, to ensure its great work may continue."
The force is certainly with you in the new "father and son" room at Hotel Pelirocco in Regency Square, Brighton. The boutique hotel, which styles itself as "England's most rock 'n' roll hotel", has opened the galaxy's first room based on Darth Vader's quarters and his relationship with his children, Leia and Luke Skywalker. It approached local artist Uzi 1960 - aka Zyg Jarzembowski - to design the new cabin-style bedroom at the 19-bedroom seafront hotel. The bedroom includes bunk beds, stowaway mirrors and seats, a rubber floor, and an en suite shower room. It also boasts a full set of Star Wars DVDs, a complete Vader costume with state-of-the-art light sabre, gauntlets, breastplate, cape and breathing/talking helmet. Plus enough mirrors to catch every pose on your mobile! The room is avaialble to any couples, not just fathers and sons. And not just Star Wars Fans - although it may help if you are one! Currently, the Hotel Pelirocco's bar and foyer are hosting a free exhibition of Uzi 1960-related works, open noon to 10pm until Friday, September 27. (Photography: Phase Photo Photographic)
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Mark intends to use the contacts he has made to help raise funds for the charity which is based in Whitehawk, East Brighton. Since The Whitehawk Inn's inauguration almost fourteen years ago, it has helped almost nine thousand local people change their lives for the better and supported around five hundred people into employment. Further details of the event,
including the time and place will be announced soon. It is hoped that readers of Brighton & Hove Independent will come along to this rare and glitzy event and show their support for their paperâ€™s commitment to the local community. In the meantime, for event updates and fundraising opportunities go to: www.whinn. org.uk or contact Stephanie at RSVPR: email@example.com
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Harveys and Bensons for New indoor cycling sensation set Beds kick off at Goldstone to put Withdean members in a spin
HARVEYS Furniture and Bensons for Beds are opening today (Friday) at Goldstone Retail Park, Hove. The 10,600 square-foot Harveys store will create 10 new jobs and feature extensive furniture ranges and home furnishings. To mark the opening, customers will be able to take advantage of special opening offers for a limited period. Michelle Cartledge, the manager, said: “We’re really looking forward to welcoming customers to our new concept store, which will showcase our furniture in ways that will inspire.
They will be able to see how our ranges can work in their homes, whatever size rooms, with practical and illustrated suggestions. The new store’s opening hours are: Monday to Saturday, 9am to 8pm; Sunday 11am to 5pm. The Bensons for Beds store at Goldstone Retail Park is one of a number of new retail outlets for the brand. Its "Comfort Station" is a threestep process, which promises to find the ideal bed by encouraging customers to try out the preferred bed style, mattress firmness, and mattress type. Lee Cudbertson, store manager, said: “It’s fantastic that in these tough economic times Bensons for Beds is opening new concept stores across the country and, here in Hove, ploughing investment into our local area."
FANS OF INDOOR cycling fitness classes have a treat in store at Withdean Sports Complex which has installed the innovative forward motion, video-enabled Myride+ programme. Myride+ will be available from September in the brand new studio which is part of the £2.6 million development programme being delivered by Freedom Leisure in partnership with Brighton & Hove City Council. The new MyRide Studio features 22 matrix tomahawk bikes and the MyRide+ system which consists of a console linked up to an HD projector producing a giant 4mx 2.2m screen. The result is that indoor cyclists can ride immersed in stunning footage of roads and off-road trails in locations across the world from the California coast to the Yellowstone National Park to the Swiss Alps. Exercise to forward motion video increases effort levels and motivation and the MyRide+ system will help people enjoy a superb ride experience and fitness
results. The MyRide+ programme at Withdean will include around 80 rides per week, the majority of which will be done with the automated virtual trainer system, without a live instructor. There are two options: 1) MyRide+ classes with a ‘virtual’ human instructor who guides you along the ride like a live instructor. They will explain how you should be feeling, your revs per minute, effort level and ride position, all set to music. 2) The MySportif rides feature the real world locations and offers a choice of intensity levels. As you ride, the positions and effort levels are displayed on screen and instructions come via an audio link as the rider focuses fully on the giant screen visuals. “Myride+ brings an exciting new dimension to our indoor cycling classes and we are delighted to be the first provider
in the local area to introduce it as part of our upgraded facilities,” says Ross Philipson, Freedom Leisure Centre Manager at Withdean Sports Complex. “The combination of instructor-led classes and virtual instructor options will maximise the use of our new cycle studio with individuals, small groups and full classes enjoying a challenging indoor cycling workout.” To find out more about the MyRide+ and how to book into sessions, ask at Withdean Sports Complex reception or call 01273 542100. FREE RIDE! For a free virtual ride session in September, email withdeanenquiries@ freedom-leisure.co.uk to receive a voucher (limited to one per person).
Montefiore Hospital launches sports and exercise medicine clinic
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A SERVICE providing advice and treatment for people with acute and on-going musculoskeletal injuries has just opened at the Montefiore Hospital. Patients will also be offered advice on improving their performance, overtraining problems and preventing injuries. Sports Physician Dr Stephen Lewis (pictured), who heads up the service originally trained as an Orthopaedic Surgeon and has worked in elite sport for the last 10 years. He is currently the lead Sports Physician with a Premier League Football team, and has also worked with the England Women’s rugby team and the English Institute of Sport. Dr Lewis said: “More and more people enjoy physical recreation and sporting activities and it’s inevitable that injuries occur. Mostly they are minor and heal by themselves with rest, but sometimes they need medical intervention. “The Montefiore’s Sports and Exercise Medicine clinic aims to
provide an efficient route to get people back to fitness so they can enjoy the activities they love. We treat people of all ages and abilities including those who have a condition which is proving difficult to diagnose and those struggling with recurrent injuries, as well as competitive sportsmen and women who want to get back on the game as soon as possible.” For further information about the Sports Medicine Clinic, please contact the Montefiore Hospital on 01273 828120 or visit www. themontefiorehospital.co.uk
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From trainee to one of most influential in world of digital A LEADING member of Brighton and Hove's digital industry has been named one of the five most influential people in his field. Kelvin Newman, director of strategy at SiteVisibility, a citybased digital marketing agency, won the accolade in the "Top 100 Digital Agencies" report by Econsultancy and New Media Age. Kelvin, who joined the company as a trainee seven years ago, is among such luminaries as Sir Martin Sorrell, chief executive of WPP Group, the global advertising giant. In 2006, Kelvin joined SiteVisibility as a trainee and - after quickly establishing himself at the company - was appointed creative director. His role and impact within the industry was recognised, when he was voted by his peers as the UK's most influential expert under 30 in "search-engine optimisation": the process of improving the visibility of a website or web page in a search engine's results. Kelvin has been behind some of the digital marketing industry’s most distinctive events and initiatives. He helped create BrightonSEO
– now Europe’s biggest and free search-engine optimisation conference, with the most recent event in April welcoming more than 1,200 attendees. More recently, he launched another free event: The Content Marketing Show. The event, in November 2012, welcomed more than 700 delegates Kelvin is also responsible for iTunes’ most popular internet marketing podcast, downloaded by more than a million people - and with a weekly tally of more than 16,000. Finally, Kelvin is now working on the management team of ClockworkTalent, a dedicated recruitment agency launched by SiteVisibility. Spearheaded by Kelvin and recruitment expert, Natasha Woodford, ClockworkTalent aims to find the right jobs for the right people, making it easier for businesses to find the most suitable candidates and for job-seekers to find a quality career move within the digital marketing industry. Kelvin said: “It's always flattering to recognised by your peers in the industry - even if, in this case, I'm
not entirely sure my presence is justified! "However, it's a great endorsement for BrightonSEO and The Content Marketing Show, which are built on a really simple premise: if you get a bunch of really talented people together in the room, everyone's going to learn something new and interesting. That wouldn't
be possible without such a vibrant community of digital marketers, who are the same people I've got to thank for this place amongst such heavyweights of the digital industry.” Jason Woodford, SiteVisibility's chief executive, said: “In today’s increasingly challenging business world, companies across all industries
and sectors have a choice of recruiting or nurturing their own talent. "The latter, while perhaps more complex, brings rewards in abundance to the individual, the business and the industry. Starting as a trainee, Kelvin’s rise at SiteVisibility - and indeed in the industry - is a wonderful example to us all.”
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The Lone Ranger is an enjoyable Western adventure enlivened by strong performances, stunning location work and some exciting action set-pieces, but it also suffers from an over-inflated running time, an uneven tone and a plot that makes less and less sense the longer it goes on. What’s it all about? Directed by Gore Verbinski, The Lone Ranger is a Western adventure set in 1860s Texas, (Armie Hammer) is deputised based on the popular character by his Texas Ranger brother Dan that began life as a radio serial in (James Badge Dale) and joins the 1933 and spawned books, comics pursuit, only for Cavendish’s men and a long-running 1950s TV to murder the entire posse in a show (the less said about the 1981 vicious ambush. movie, the better). When notorious Nursed back to health by deadkiller Butch Cavendish (William crow-wearing Native American Fichtner) escapes from custody, warrior Tonto (Johnny Depp), educated law man John Reid 1 12/8/13 Reid is persuaded to don Love Brighton-1608:Layout 14:00 Page 1 a mask
and adopt the identity of The Lone Ranger, dedicated to avenging his brother’s death and bringing Cavendish to justice. With Tonto as his sidekick, Reid embarks on a secret mission and uncovers a web of corruption that involves the construction of America’s first transcontinental railway, an ancient silver mine and a
brewing conflict between the settlers and the local Comanche tribe. The Good Hammer and top-billed Depp make an appealing double act as The Lone Ranger and Tonto, with Hammer providing erudite handsomeness combined with goofy comedy timing and Depp delivering an enjoyably quirky, deliberately noncaricatured performance that owes at least a passing nod to Buster Keaton. There’s also strong support from Tom Wilkinson (as dastardly railroad tycoon Latham Cole), Ruth Wilson (as Reid’s feisty love interest-slash-widowed-sisterin-law Rebecca), William Fichtner (deliciously evil as Cavendish) and Helena Bonham Carter in a scene-stealing cameo as one-legged madam Red Harrington. Reteaming with Depp after both the Pirates movies and Western animation Rango (whose gleefully surreal influence occasionally
seeps through here), Verbinski orchestrates a number of terrific action set pieces, the highlight of which is a thrilling finale set on a train, all of which is, gloriously, set to the William Tell Overture. He also includes a number of fan-pleasing nods to classic Westerns and makes strong use of some stunning locations, most notably John Ford’s beloved Monument Valley. The Bad The film’s biggest problem is its grotesquely overinflated running time, not least because the meandering plot makes less and less sense the more it goes on. One thing that should definitely have been cut is the 1933-set, Little Big Man-style framing device, with an improbably aged Tonto recounting his adventures to a young boy (Mason Elston Cook). Worth seeing? The Lone Ranger is well acted and delivers pleasingly old-fashioned Western entertainment, but it’s also let down by an uneven tone and fails to justify its arse-numbing running time.
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What’s on in Brighton and Hove! Friday 16th August • 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 • 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 • 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 Sat 7:45pm, £9 – Brighton Little Theatre • Hidden House: Behind the Scenes at Preston Manor - This very special tour takes you upstairs, downstairs and backstairs of this beautiful Edwardian manor house, 11am-12.45pm & 2pm3.45pm, £15, members £12, book in advance – Preston Manor • Masquerade Ball - Adorn yourself in your finest gowns and find yourself a vintage mask. Whisk yourself away in the ballroom where passion, glamour and illicit behaviour meet. Unrivalled burlesque and some fiery behaviour awaits you, , £34, 3 course meal from 7pm – Proud Cabaret • Elvis Presley 36th Anniversary Night with Suspiciously Elvis - Suspiciously Elvis, with full live band returns to Concorde2 on the 36th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death to celebrate the music of the King with his Las Vegas show, 7pm, £14 – Concorde 2 • That’ll Be The Day - Now in its 28th year of touring, this hugely entertaining spectacular features an all new line up of knock out hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s, 7:45pm, £16-£24.50 – Theatre Royal • Spellbound - Cherry Foxx and Simon Price play alternative ‘80s classics. 9pm, £6/£5 – Komedia
• Born Bad - A wild and sexy night of delinquent rhythms, 11pm, £6/£5 – Komedia Saturday 17th August • Tiny Treasures Tabletop Sale - Preloved and nearly new baby, toddler and older children’s clothes, book and toy sale, 10am-12 noon, £1 entry, kids free – Stanford Avenue Methodist Church • Familiar Faces, Hidden Places Starting with an introduction in the Royal Pavilion take a fascinating tour of the Pavilion estate, including the Regency gardens, Brighton Museum and a behind the scenes tour of Brighton Dome & Corn Exchange, 10:30am-1:30pm, £20/£15 – Royal Pavilion • Dome Discovery Tours - Get up close and personal with Brighton Dome past and present on this special behind-the-scenes encounter, 10.50am, £8.50 (£7.50 concessions) – Brighton Dome – Meet in the Café Bar • Weekend Music Performances - A series of free music events to enjoy alongside the musically-inspired Resonance exhibition, 12:30-1:30pm – Fabrica • Sing-A-Long-Grease - The brand new sing along screening of the classic film starring John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, 6.30pm Doors open, £45 – Theatre Royal Brighton • Popkraft - Boogaloo stu & his coterie of crazy fools invite you to the pop kraft Saturday special at the most beautiful venue in the south-east! 7pm, £44 inc meal – Proud Cabaret Brighton • Haunted House Experience - Join the Preston Manor ghost team on an evening of discovery and find out why the Manor has been called the most haunted house in Brighton, 7.30pm–12 midnight £30, members £25 (includes tea & biscuits), book in advance – Preston Manor • Spirit of the Guitar - Featuring music by Villa Lobos, Francisco de Asis Tarrega y Eixea, Joaquin Malats
and many more classical Spanish composers for the guitar. 7.30 £8 Friends Meeting House • Much Ado About Nothing - by William Shakespeare. Set against the backdrop of Messina Diner, Brighton, in the midst of the 1950s, young lovers Hero and Claudio are to be married. It is a tale of love and lies, but will it all turn out to be much ado about nothing? Fri 7.30pm Sat 2.30pm & 7.30pm £8.50, £6.50 - Brighthelm Centre • Devotion 10 Year Anniversary - With Friction + Mampi Swift + Qemists + High Rankin’ feat Tigerlight + Phantasy / TC, 10pm, £12.50 – Concorde 2 • Brunswick Festival - Brunswick Festival in the Square – A lazy weekend of live music, dance, street theatre, circus skills, healing area, arts crafts and bric-a-brac stalls, world food and beer tent… fun and entertainment for all the family!!! Noon – 7pm Until Sunday – Brunswick Square Sunday 18th August • Punch & Judy Shows - Family fun with a traditional show plus join-in activity session, 12.30pm, 2pm & 3.30pm, £2 – Opposite the Fishing Museum • Brighton’s Big Screen - Brighton’s Big Screen will showcase some of the biggest recent box office hits including, Les Miserables, Life of Pi & Oblivion along with a mixture of movie classics & top live sporting events including the World Athletics Championships – Brighton Seafront • Art Deco Fair - 1920’s - 1970’s stalls and furniture, 10am, £3 – Hove Centre • Big Lemon Bus Sunday Walks - On the third Sunday of each month. thee walks are between 4-6 miles long and are aimed to provide good exercise in beautiful country surroundings without being too strenuous. www. thebiglemon.com/Walks/. All buses leave from Old Steine (Stop S) • Musical Sundays at Borde Hill - Every Sunday in August visitors can come and enjoy an afternoon of breathtaking
EVENTS LISTINGS PROVIDED BY cello playing with Ensemble Reza’s cellists Pavlos Carvalho and Sarah Dubost-Hautefeu, Standard Admission Fees Apply, 2pm – Borde Hill Garden Monday 19th August • Regency Colour - Regency Colour and Beyond, 1785-1835, is on show from 15 June to 13 October 2013 and includes two display areas and new interpretation exploring Regency understandings of colour and the interior decor of the Royal Pavilion Royal Pavilion Tuesday 20th August • Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival - Over 20 world class artists have turned thousands of tonnes of sand into an exhibition.Visitors can experience the wonder of this magical art and will also have the chance to get involved. Sand sculpture workshops, live demonstrations, guided tours, unique photo opportunities, a children’s sand pit, café and much more will be on offer to all. – Black Rock • The Fat Controller - The Fat Controller will be causing a locomotion, when he alights at the Park to take control of the efficient running of the Thomas & Friends™ railway. Standard admission and times – Drusillas • Kids’ Summer Fun at Borde Hill Gardens - Includes activities such as arts and crafts, storytelling, giant garden games and seed planting, 10am6pm, £5-£7 • Moon Duo - Starting life as a side project for Ripley Johnsons psychedelic drone machine Wooden Ships, Moon Duo was a vehicle for Johnson & his partner Sanae Yamada to explore the grittier end of the endlessly repetitive space rock spectrum, 7pm, £10 – The Haunt • The Drawing Circus - Themed, dropin, sociable life drawing sessions, 7pm, £5 – The Old Market
Wednesday 21st 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 • Fireman Sam’s Mini Show Fireman Sam and Naughty Norman will entertain visitors during this high energy show. Jam-packed with opportunities for audience participation the show is guaranteed to keep visitors ablaze with excitement. Standard admission and times – Drusillas • Lunchtime Recitals - The perfect way to spend a relaxing lunchtime with high-quality performances from a variety of outstanding musicians, 1pm2pm, free – All Saints Church • Craftaganza Live - The organisers of the Brighton Craftaganza craft and handmade markets are launching ‘Craftaganza Live’: a monthly event providing opportunities to share knowledge, experiences and inspiration, as well to make new friends & contacts, 7:30pm, free – The Old Market • Fabrica Film Club: August – Silent Screening with Live Music - Fabrica presents a monthly film evening, offering a unique and intimate setting to see unusual, thought-provoking screenings, 7:30pm – Fabrica
What's on this weekend at the Funkyfish Club • Thank Funk it's Friday! DJ Antony Funk-Disco-Dance-Pop Free entry 10.30pm-late • Old School Saturdays DJ Sean Quinn Hottest hits from the 70s 80s & 90s 10pm-late
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6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Star Treatment. 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 Long Lost Family. (R) 5.00 Take on the Twisters. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Nature’s Newborns. 8.00 Lewis. A professor is found dead after her dating video is leaked onto a website. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Perspectives:Lenny Henry – Finding Shakespeare. 11.35 In Plain Sight. 12.30 Jackpot247. 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA. 3.40 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 Frasier. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.00 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.30 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Hollywood Me. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) 1.35 Film: The Lavender Hill Mob. (1951) Ealing comedy, starring Alec Guinness. 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 Double Your House for Half the Money. 9.00 Top Boy. 10.00 Rude Tube. 11.05 The Dealership. (R) 12.05 Random Acts. 12.10 Poker. 1.10 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 1.40 Beach Volleyball. 2.35 The Grid. (R) 3.00 British GT. (R) 3.30 Ironman 2013. (R) 3.55 Three in a Bed. (R) 4.50 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.45 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 Channel 5 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Cowboy
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6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Star Treatment. 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 Long Lost Family. (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 Midsomer Murders. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Great Night Out. (R) 11.35 The Dales. (R) 12.05 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: Playback. (1975) Crime drama, with Peter Falk. 4.15 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 Frasier. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.00 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.30 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Hollywood Me. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) 1.35 Channel 4 Racing. Coverage of the first day of the Ebor Festival at York. 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. 11.20 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. (R) 12.25 Random Acts. 12.30 Shameless USA. 1.25 Film: Kiss Them for Me. (1957) 3.10 Three in a Bed. (R) 4.05 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.00 Countdown. (R) 5.45 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Cowboy
Builders. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 The Hotel Inspector Returns. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 NCIS. (R) 3.15 Film: Flirting with Danger. (2006) 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 Nurses; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Film: The Da Vinci Code. (2006) Thriller, starring Tom Hanks. 11.55 The Da Vinci Code: The True Story. (R) 12.50 TheAussie Millions Poker Championship. (R) 1.45 SuperCasino. 3.55 Great Artists. (R) 4.20 Divine Designs. (R) 4.45 House Doctor. (R)
Morning. 12.30 Star Treatment. 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 Long Lost Family. (R) 5.00 Take on the Twisters. 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Putting GCSEs to the Test: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Married to the Job. 9.00 Poaching Wars with Tom Hardy. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Pledge. (2000) Drama, starring Jack Nicholson. 12.50 Jackpot247. 3.00 Putting GCSEs to the Test: Tonight. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)
6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Hugh’s 3 Good Things: Best Bites. 7.15 According to Jim. (R) 7.40 Will & Grace. (R) 8.05 Frasier. (R) 8.35 Frasier. (R) 9.05 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 10.00 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 10.30 The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.00 Hollywood Me. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.05 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. (R) 1.35 Channel 4 Racing. Coverage of the second day of the Ebor Festival at York. 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 Location, Location, Location. 9.00 Film: The Imposter. (2012) 10.55 Random Acts. 11.00 24 Hours in A&E. (R) 12.00 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell. (R) 12.55 Legally High: True Stories. (R) 1.50 Why Don’t You Speak English? (R) 2.45 Ade Adepitan: Journey of My Lifetime. (R) 3.40 What’s Fufu? (R) 3.45 Deal or No Deal. (R) 4.40 Countdown. (R) 5.25 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard. (R) 5.50 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems. (R) Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 11.10 Cowboy
Builders. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 The Billion Dollar Wreck Hunt. (R) 1.15 Animal A&E. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.15 Film: Bonneville. (2006) 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 It’s Not Easy Being a Traveller; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Celebrity Big Brother: Live Launch. 11.00 Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side. 12.00 SuperCasino. 3.55 Great Artists. (R) 4.20 Divine Designs. (R) 4.45 House Doctor. (R)
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Countryside 999. (R) 7.55 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 8.25 Sign Zone: Robbed, Raided, Reunited. (R) 8.55 Formula 1: Belgian Grand Prix – Practice One. 10.35 Film: The Magnificent Showman. (1964) 12.50 Formula 1: Belgian Grand Prix – Practice Two. 2.35 Coast. 3.15 Great Barrier Reef. (R) 4.15 Journeys from the Centre of the Earth. (R) 5.15 Vintage Antiques Roadshow. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Flog It! Trade Secrets. 7.30 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 The Burrowers: Animals Underground. 10.00 The Trip. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.05 Film: Kidulthood. (2005) 12.30 Sign Zone: David Starkey’s Music & Monarchy. (R) 1.30 This Is BBC Two.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Star Treatment. 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 Long Lost Family. (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 River Monsters. (R) 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: Pitch Black. (2000) 12.35 Jackpot247. 3.00 Film: Columbo: A Case of Immunity. (1975) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen.
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Food and drink Waitrose to be new publisher of The Good Food Guide
WAITROSE has become the new publisher of Britain’s best-selling restaurant guide, The Good Food Guide. The retailer intends to continue to operate the 63-year-old publication as an independent and authoritative guide to eating out in the UK. The purchase includes the website in addition to the print copy. The purchase of The Good Food Guide builds on Waitrose’s growing presence as a food expert across a number of communications channels. These include the weekly newspaper Waitrose Weekend, the monthly magazine Waitrose Kitchen, and Waitrose TV, which offers cookery and gardening advice via an online portal on Waitrose.com. Consultant Editor of The Good Food Guide, Elizabeth Carter, said: “The Good Food Guide will continue to maintain its reputation as the country’s foremost independent restaurant guide. We will be offering the same high calibre, knowledgeable restaurant reviews which have helped the Guide become the respected publication it is today.”
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Brits preserve the best of the summer’s flavours THE WEATHER may have been a little unpredictable this year but according to Waitrose, British soft fruit has never tasted so good. When it comes to British strawberries and cherries the weather has meant they’ve been able to stay on the plant longer which has helped the sugars to develop resulting in the most succulent, sweet flavours. When the fruit tastes this good,shoppers just can’t get enough and they appear to be buying them in larger packs than previous years! The Waitrose large Cherry Lovers box (800g) is up 38% yoy and is twice the size of what shoppers would normally buy. According to Waitrose if this trend continues the 800g box is on course to become the second biggest seller in the category by the end of the season which has never happened before. Strawberries are being purchased in larger quantities too the 1kg punnet is up a staggering 823% year on year. Nicki Baggott, Waitrose soft fruit buyer comments, “Our customers seem to be celebrating the delicious British fruit season in
Own your brewery - is crowdfunding good for the British brewing industry? THIS RISE in popularity of craft ale has brought with it a desire and passion for many to start brewing their own ales. This isn’t like the homebrews of the 80’s, rancid strong liquid only fit for stripping wallpaper. These guys are cooking up some seriously sophisticated, flavoursome beers. And now with social networks and crowdfunding websites home brewers can realise their dreams becoming successful nanobrewers, craft brewers or even brewpubs. America is seeing a huge trend in nano-breweries with hundreds popping up across the country. And the UK is hot on their heels. Kickstarter, CrowdCube or self-funding projects publicised through social media channels are becoming more prevalent. But what effect will this have on the British brewing landscape? More choice, innovation, collaborative working and small businesses having access to funds that wouldn't normally be available? Or on the flip side what’s the potential negative impact on the sector? Inexperienced
people jumping on the craft ale bandwagon with no real expertise or business sense damaging the renaissance the sector is currently enjoying. What about market saturation, is this a risk? And let’s not forget many of these ales won’t reach enough people with limited distribution and will probably lack spare funds after investing in their brewing capabilities to actively market their products. Only time will tell what the true impact will be on the industry but for now consumers can enjoy a astounding array of quality ale. Cheers.
style, buying bigger boxes than in previous years. She continues, “Although the season started approximately three weeks later, availability is good and the quality of the fruit right now is exceptional. The flavours are so good our customers tell us that as well as enjoying the fruits fresh,
they’re preserving the flavours too by making jams, summer compotes and even bottling the cherries, which are delicious with added liqueurs”. Making jam is something top chef Nigel Slater encourages, especially when the fruit is so sweet and in season - by using
the natural sugars from the fruit you require less processed sugar making an all round more delicious jam. British cherries are expected to remain in Waitrose branches nationwide until early September while British strawberries look set to be on shelf until November.
Preserving a tradition homemade jam on the rise HOMEMADE jam is coming back into fashion for the first time in almost 50 years, says high street store Debenhams. A new, younger generation of British jam makers is taking up the tradition to save money. Demand for stainless steel jam saucepans, jam sealing sets, thermometers and jam spoons has rocketed. A glut of cheap British soft fruit, created by the good weather, is also helping to drive the boom. Said Debenhams Cookware Buyer Mandy Probert: “For the first time, jam making is no longer the preserve of the Women’s Institute. “It’s becoming the rock and roll of the cookery world and we expect it to become just as successful as home baking. “ The news comes despite recent, controversial EU regulations prohibiting the sale of homemade jam unless strict hygiene rules have been adopted. Short videos revealing the secrets of how to make great tasting jam are now some of the most popular items on Youtube. One feature showing how to make strawberry jam has already
attracted almost 700,000 viewers in just four months. Top chefs such as Delia Smith, Jamie Oliver, and James Martin now regularly include jam-making recipes in their books. Others such as Hugh Fearnley-Wittingstall and Nigel Slater constantly urge everyone to use preserves as a great way to make the most of seasonal British crops.Jam makers believe that homemade preserves often tastes better than shop bought equivalents – and cost a quarter of the price. In addition, making your own jam creates a greater range of flavours and ingredients. Rose petal jam, cardamom spiced plum jam, pepper jam and champagne jam are just some of the variations commonly prepared in British homes. Continues Mandy Probert: “Jam making is the latest indication that Britain is returning to traditional values which are popular in time of uncertainty. “Home baking, jam making,
and the trend to mend and make do reached a peak during the Second World War, but have been declining eve since – until now. “They seem to demonstrate that building a safe secure family environment is in the forefront of everyone’s mind, especially during times of economic turbulence.”
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Fashion and lifestyle
Skinny jeans top the list of best-loved fashion items
SKINNY JEANS have been named Britain’s best-loved fashion item of all time, a survey has shown. The skin-tight denim trousers that became popular a decade ago came top beating classics such as the ‘little black dress’, the biker jacket and even the iconic 60′s miniskirt. The skinny-legged jeans, made famous by the likes of Kate Moss, Sienna Miller and Cara Delevingne, beat all other varieties including flares, boot-
cut and hipster styles. Other loved fashion items to make the top 30 list were ballet pumps, the push-up bra and a classic denim jacket, revealed in the poll by the UK’s largest online market place, eBay. The maxi dress and leggings, which have had a resurgence of late, also made the top 30 list. Staple wardrobe items like a white t-shirt, black blazer and shift dress were also on the list, as was a traditional trench coat
and a cosy pair of sheepskin boots. Completing the top twenty was the popular bodycon dress made famous by the likes of WAGS and the TOWIE cast. More classic fashion staples that made the most loved list were polo neck jumpers, military jackets and a trusty checked, lumberjack shirt. The 2000 women polled also said that tops made up the majority of their wardrobe, followed by jeans and dresses respectively. Celebrating the 140th anniversary of jeans, the research additionally revealed that the average British woman spends an average of £33 on a pair of jeans, and owns a total of seven pairs. However, one in 20 females say they had between 16-20 pairs. Emily Kerr, UK head of fashion at eBay says: “Jeans are a fashion staple that have well and truly stood the test of time. “Skinny jeans are a modern twist on the traditional style of jean, but that just shows how the shape and cut of jeans has varied over the decades. “There are currently over 678,000 live listings of jeans on eBay from fashion retailers such as French Connection, Superdry, House of Fraser and smaller businesses as well as vintage
pieces from consumer sellers. “Over 80,000 of these jeans are in the nation’s favourite skinny style.” Two thirds of British women said that jeans are the item of clothing that they wear most regularly and 84% of recipients agree that jeans are a classic wardrobe staple. In contrast, the shell suit was rated as the worst fashion item of all time by a third of ladies just ahead of the 80′s favourite – the puffball skirt. Other fashion horrors to emerge were bumbags, leather trousers and leg warmers. In addition to cagoules, hoodies and ponchos. Crop tops and sheepskin boots seem to divide the nation’s fashions lovers as they appeared on both the best and worst list. The poll also found that nineties girl band B*witched were the celebs most associated with denim, followed by James Dean and John Wayne. Laura Pattison, Director of Marketing and Communications at Jeans for Genes Day added: “The Jeans for Genes Day team are delighted that we have been chosen as the official charity of eBay’s 140th anniversary of jeans campaign. The money that will be raised from the B*Witched auction will be invaluable to us
and make a huge difference to the lives of the children our charity helps.” Most loved fashion item 1. Skinny jeans 2. Little black dress 3. Boot cut jeans 4. Maxi dress 5. Leather biker jacket 6. Knee-high boots 7. Mini skirt 8. Stilettos 9. Leggings 10. Push-up bra Most hated fashion items 1. Shell Suit 2. Puffball skirt 3. Bum bag 4. Crocs 5. Leather trousers 6. Monokini 7. Leg warmers 8. G-string 9. Shoulder pads 10. Platform trainers eBay has also teamed up with pop band B*Witched to host an exclusive celebrity auction in aid of UK charity, Jeans for Genes Day. The group, who were named the celebrities most associated with their denim style by the poll of 2,000 people, have donated their favourite pieces of denim from the 90s along with VIP backstage packages – including a meet and greet – for one of their highly anticipated ‘The Big Reunion’ shows.
Horoscopes from Kimi
16th August - 22nd August
Aries 21 March – 20 April You may be looking at plans and drawings this week. Do you have some ongoing building project that needs your attention or perhaps you are thinking of redesigning your garden. Checking every little detail may be time consuming but trust me it will be cost effective! Someone close to you is skeptical with regard to your intentions, reassure them! Taurus 21 April – 21 May Feeling uncomfortable with group dynamics? This could be colleagues or friends who are making you feel this way. You don’t like the gossip, leg pulling or perhaps even bullying. Speak up they may not realize they have gone too far. An unexpected invite to the theatre, a concert or the cinema is on its way. Gemini 22 May – 21 June Now you could have got it wrong, on the other hand you may not. You are
suspicious about what is being said to you, by someone close to you. Does this person have an ulterior motive you ask yourself? Trust your instinct but listen too, you may have misunderstood. Good week for kissing and making up! Cancer 22 June – 22 July Stop looking over your shoulder or under the bed for that matter. I speak metaphorically of course. No one is really out to get you. Dare I say it but this paranoia smacks a little of insecurity. You are doing fine, in fact better than fine. If you have a little faith in yourself, others will have it too! Leo 23 July – 22 Aug Things are beginning to move in the right direction on both the domestic and career fronts. There is only one fly in the ointment and that is your tendency to dwell on prior conflict or difficulties. Don’t let things that happened in your past overshadow what should be a joyful week, if not
period, in your life! Have fun! Virgo 23 Aug – 23 Sept You are exhausting at times. Why do you mentally pull things apart, dissect, analyze, reanalyze and then still end up confused? Sometimes you can just over think things. This is one such time. Try and go with the flow a little this week, you will be surprised by what happiness is in store if you do. Libra 24 Sept – 23 Oct Now it’s time to really open up to your nearest and dearest. There is something that has been playing on either your mind or perhaps the mind of a partner or loved one. The issue could be around family or children. Just talk it over, it won’t go away. Once out in the open it won’t seem half so bad. Scorpio 24 Oct – 22 Nov Wow is there anyone who won’t
be captured by your magnetism this week! You are on great form. Whether you are chairing a meeting, speaking at a conference or simply giving forth at the pub, everyone is listening to you. And it’s not just your verbal skills that are attracting them; you are giving off some great sexual chemistry. Sagittarius 23 Nov – 21 Dec You may be feeling emotionally turbulent this week, not quite insecure but bordering on it. Now if you allow those feelings their head you could find yourself in hot water, either on the domestic front or at work. Stay calm and remember that what you are feeling is more of a perceived problem than a real one. Capricorn 22 Dec – 20 Jan More clarity this week than last but you still have your suspicions. That’s ok, best to be prepared, just don’t let those suspicions spill over into your home life or things could get rocky.
Try to stay positive and get out; your partner will appreciate the change and if single you may get the fillip you have been waiting for! Aquarius 21 Jan – 19 Feb Well you were having such a good spell and now you seem to be thwarted at every turn. People just don’t seem to get you! Truth is your family and friends may be feeling a little out of the loop. Time to catch up with them and let them know how important they are to you, particularly parents or siblings. Pisces 20 Feb – 20 March You have been focusing a little too much on the financial and physical recently and forgetting to have fun. You are looking great and feeling well; and you have been shown a new appreciation at work so why not let your hair down a little. Don’t turn down any invitations to party this week whatever the temptation. Work can wait!
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CRYPTIC - Across: 1 Sound barrier; 7 Dates; 8 Stake; 9 Eon; 10 Out and out; 11 Hamlet; 12 Entomb; 15 Free trade; 17 Ill; 18 Elgar; 19 Revue; 21 Let well alone. Down: 1 Scene-shifter; 2 Dot; 3 Assets; 4 Resonance; 5 Erato; 6 Led to believe; 7 Denim; 10 Overthrow; 13 Olive; 14 Barrel; 16 Eagle; 20 Via. QUICK - Across: 1 Discomposure; 7 Lithe; 8 Erode; 9 Dry; 10 Pirouette; 11 Afraid; 12 Sample; 15 Turpitude; 17 Era; 18 Guide; 19 Trite; 21 Interruption. Down: 1 Disadvantage; 2 Out; 3 Poetry; 4 Speculate; 5 Roost; 6 Deceleration; 7 Layer; 10 Privilege; 13 Piece; 14 Muster; 16 Reign; 20 Imp.
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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:
acme, ample, calm, came, camel, camp, claim, clam, clamp, clime, emcee, emplace, impale, impel, lame, lamp, lime, limp, mace, mail, male, malice, maple, meal, mealie, melee, mica, mice, mile, palm, piecemeal.
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One in 200 drivers caught driving uninsured 226,803 DRIVERS in the UK have points on their licence for driving without insurance, according to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request by the IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists). The FOI request, directed to the DVLA, revealed that 194,997 full licence holders and 31,806 provisional licence holders have been caught driving without vehicle insurance and have received points for doing so – one in two-hundred drivers. In the 17-35 age range, one in every 100 people with a full driving licence has points for driving uninsured. Figures also show that in both licence categories and all age groups it is men who are far more likely to commit this offence. In the 17-24 age category, men are four times more likely to have points on their licence for driving uninsured than women. Other findings were: People in the 25-35 age category are most likely to drive uninsured (81,003 with points). Drivers over 65 were least likely to have points on their licence for driving without insurance (0.06%, or 3,867 people). 0.44% of people with a provisional license have been caught driving uninsured. One in every 200 people with a full UK driving license has been penalised with points for driving without insurance. IAM chief executive Simon Best said: “These findings are shocking.
Those 200,000 individuals who drive whilst uninsured place the burden back on those who abide by the law through higher premiums and potentially the cost of vehicle repair. “The most concerning fact is that this could just be the tip of the iceberg, as these numbers only represent those who have been caught and penalised. Insurance fraud and uninsured driving are also growing problems that need to be tackled through a coordinated approach from enforcement
Used car values continue to rise year on year FOLLOWING the trend set by other sectors of the UK economy, July was also a good month for used car values according to the latest data from vehicle remarketing specialist, British Car Auctions (BCA). The latest BCA Pulse report shows that yearon-year values are up by 11.2% as good quality stock remains in short supply. In particular, the company reports that demand from professional buyers has continued to be relatively strong despite the market entering one of the traditionally slower times of the year. Across the board used cars averaged £6,875 in July, down by £125 compared to June, but significantly ahead of July 2012 by £695 (11.2%). Average mileage continues to fall and cars are one month younger when sold in 2013 compared to last year.
Commenting on the figures Tim Naylor, Editor of the BCA Pulse Report said: “The summer holiday period is typically quieter in terms of buying activity in the wholesale markets, but that is being balanced by the on-going shortage of good quality used cars. This means there is plenty of competition for cars that feature a decent specification, an attractive colour and a sensible mileage. “In particular, cars entered from dealer part-exchange sources have outperformed the market in recent weeks because these are generally very affordable. There is also continuing demand for cars offered for sale in ready-to-retail condition and these examples will typically be sold for values well in excess of guide price expectations.”
authorities. It is not acceptable that drivers pay up to £70 in higher premiums to compensate for those who ignore the law.” As well as six points and a fine for driving uninsured, an eighteen year-old with a £950 premium could expect to see this increase to £2,195. For a thirty year-old it would increase from £228 to £462. Peter Harrison, car insurance expert at MoneySupermarket, said: “It’s astonishing how many drivers are still prepared to hit the road without insurance. Not
only is it illegal but you could face thousands of pounds in liability, a conviction, six points on your licence and a hefty fine should you be caught out or be involved in a crash. To make matters worse, uninsured drivers cost the insurance industry £500 million each year. Furthermore, insurance fraud adds £39 to the cost of every motor premium and uninsured driving an extra £30 – this is not fair on law-abiding motorists. “The cost of insurance premiums will no doubt have
influenced the decision from some drivers to forgo insurance altogether. However, the penalties for not having insurance are great, and could even result in your vehicle being confiscated. Although car insurance premiums may appear high, having suitable insurance and proving you are a safe driver will help bring premiums down over time. Not having insurance, and being caught without it, could result in you not being insurable in the future.”
Jaguar E-type celebrated on new First Class postage stamp
ARGUABLY the most beautiful car in history, the Jaguar E-type’s stunning looks and 150mph performance are being celebrated appropriately on one of three new First Class postage stamps being launched today (Wednesday 14th August) by the Royal Mail. The Jaguar E-type created a worldwide sensation when it
was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March 1961, and more than 50 years on, the car continues to cause both excitement and desire, whether it’s on the road, or illustrated on a postage stamp. The legendary Jaguar is joined by five other familiar and popular British classic
cars, including a 1962 MG B, 1963 Aston Martin DB5, 1965 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow, 1968 Morgan Plus 8 and 1976 Lotus Esprit, with the iconic red Jaguar E-type roadster chosen for one of the three First Class postage deliveries; very fitting for such a swift and stylish performance car.
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Love Brighton proud to be su Name: Stephen Brian Foster
Date of Birth: 24 September 1957 Place of birth: Portsmouth Position: Centre back
Fondly remembered in equal parts as a committed defender, head band wearer and beard connoisseur, Steve Foster was also the rarest of rare breeds: a Brighton player in an England squad. He picked up three caps for his country and captained the Albion in an FA Cup final – appearing in the replay against Manchester United after missing the first game.
BBC Sussex Sport OFTEN teams face a big week that determines the fate of their season. And often it comes in January. However, by a quirk of the fixtures computer and TV scheduling the Albion face 3 massive games in a week, each for different reasons. Liverpool wednesday : The game against Liverpool in the Carling Cup has the drama and the history. The Reds have Steven
Leo Ulloa urges Albion to hold onto future leads
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
GOAL GRABBING Leo Ulloa is fed up of seeing the Albion going ahead in matches only to end up on the losing side. The Seagulls have relinquished winning positions in all three of their competitive fixtures this season – leaving Oscar Garcia’s side pointless and out of the cup. And, talking to the Albion’s official website earlier this week, Ulloa admitted the results had taken the shine off an encouraging personal start to the season. The Argentine hitman has two goals in two league games but believes the Seagulls should be doing more collectively to keep the lead. He said: “It drives you mad to
go ahead and end up losing. “From one point of view I’m happy to be scoring goals but I want the goals to be part of a win, which is the most important thing. “We have to keep working and turn things around and we need to learn how to control a game when we are 1-0 up, that is important. “Bit by bit we are getting there but there are things that are not going for us.” The Albion have certainly fallen foul of a string of early season injury problems, with creator-inchief Andrea Orlandi and Liam Bridcutt among those missing. When the Brighton & Hove Independent went to press
Albion in the community AITC sports participation department has a number of upcoming football courses across Brighton and Hove for children of all abilities and ages. All the courses are run by FA qualified and accredited coaches who deliver sessions in a fun and safe environment. Up coming courses in Brighton and Hove include: - 30 August, Mini Kickers Holiday Course, Hove Park
Upper School Mini Kickers courses are specially designed for younger children aged 4-5. The aim is to have fun with sport in a safe environment. Children are encouraged to appreciate teamwork, have a go and build confidence. - 14 September-16 October 2013, Saturday Football Courses, Preston Park, Dorothy Stringer School, Hove
yesterday (Thursday), the Seagulls had not added any further signings to their roster, meaning Ulloa and Ashley Barnes remain the club’s only striking options. Rumoured transfer target Lee Tomlin had a transfer request rejected by Peterborough United on Wednesday while Oscar has spoken at length about the need to add more players to his squad following a summer of upheaval at The Amex. P GD PTS Team Chicksen, Kemy 1 Adam 27 13 14Agustien Southampton Andrews have arrived 2and Keith 24 13 12 West Ham Oscar’s appointment 3sinceMiddlesbrough 24the 13 8 but 4Spanish 6 “We23 head coach 13 said: still Crystal Palace 5needLeeds 21 12 6 Like some more signings. 6any coach 1 as21 Derby I want us 13 to have 7many 21 1 12 Hull good players as possible.” 8 20 13 4 Cardiff 9 13 -2 20 Ipswich 10 Peterborough 13 4 19 11 Blackpool 19 13 3 12 Brighton 19 13 1 13 19 1 13 Leicester Park Upper School. 14 4 10 Birmingham Fun 6-week Saturday morning17 15 Reading 17 1 5-12 13 aged football for all abilities 16 Portsmouth 15 13 0 in Brighton and Hove, plus girls 17 Burnley 15 12 -1 only courses for ages 4-5 and 18 Barnsley 13 -2 15 ages 6-14 in Brighton. 19 Nott’m Forest 13 -9 14 - 5 Sept-24 October 2013, 20 Millwall 13 -4 12 Goalkeepers Development 21 Coventry 13 -6 11 Centre, Brighton College Playing 22 Watford 13 -12 10 Fields, East Brighton Park 23 Doncaster 13 -14 8 find out more information 24ToBristol 13 -16 6 City and to book visit www. albioninthecommunity.org.uk
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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 WHATEVER tickles your fancy in the world ofthe football, there has all on been something for everyone over the last week. At International horizon. level Rickie Lambert’s goal on his England debut against It has to be said though, every time Gu Scotland sent many diving into the history books. Poyet and Meanwhile his team have been tested since took over, to apply the midas to Poyetinmarks 100 games in charge just to add Conference South, Farnborough announced onehe ofseems the most and they pass with flying another twist. If the game emulates clashes in bizarre and controversial sponsorships. Players and managers colours. It may the most high week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 changing we could be in for a cracker. officially their names by deed poll to stars ofprofile the past managerial career, and, like Albion fans, Leeds friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points and present such as Pele, Messi, and Jose Mourinho. will be hoping that after on offer. The 3 points on offer. overriding feeling for me last night after the England the 7 days and 3 safe passage Palace tuesday : 3 enthusiasm points yes butfrom also aLambertgames, game was the for hisit’s country in his to the last 16 and 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
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Oscar must deal with Bridcutt absence from depleted squad THE RAIN in Spain may fall mainly on the plain – but Albion head coach Oscar Garcia is quickly finding out that, here in Brighton, it never rains. It pours. He goes into tomorrow’s game with Birmingham City armed with a severely-depleted squad after twotime player of the year winner Liam Bridcutt missed last weekend’s 2-1 defeat to Derby County. Bridcutt is likely to be out for a minimum of three weeks after succumbing to a hernia in his groin, which the player confirmed he first aggravated back in December. The midfield fulcrum was due to undergo surgery on the injury earlier this week. Oscar will almost certainly also be without Andrea Orlandi, who led the club in assists last season. On Wednesday, he was rated no better than 10 per cent to be available for selection - meaning the creative burden is likely to again fall on new recruit Kemy Agustien. Add to that the absence of Wayne Bridge – who joined Reading rather than Brighton pre-season – and Oscar could arguably said to be starting his life at the helm without three of the most important players from the Gus Poyet team that ended last season. If he comes through Latvian duty unscathed, Vitalijs Maksimenko
is likely to continue at left-back, although summer recruit Adam Chicksen has rejoined full training this week, after injury presented an early setback to his Albion career. Rohan Ince, who had a more than convincing claim for the home side’s man of the match in the Derby defeat, will be disappointed not to be included again for the trip to the second city. But Oscar could opt for experience, with season-long loan Keith Andrews having had a week to settle in. Andrews was catapulted into the match-day squad after signing before midday last Saturday. And any similar late-in-the-day arrivals may find a similarly speedy elevation. One player the Albion should
Albion Team News Likely line-up: Kuszczak, Calderón, Maksimenko, Greer, Upson, Agustien, Andrews, Ince, Barnes, Ulloa, Buckley.
Likely subs: Ankergren, Dunk, El Abd, Forster-Caskey, Crofts, March, Lua Lua. Treatment Room: Liam Bridcutt (hernia surgery), Andrea Orlandi (knee), Bruno (hamstring), Will Hoskins (knee), Craig Mackail-Smith (achilles), Adam Chicksen (ankle).
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have no trouble keeping an eye on is Birmingham’s 6ft 6in defender Dan Burn. The former Darlington defender is on loan from Fulham and represents a significant threat from set pieces. He has already received glowing reviews from Brum boss Lee Clarke, while experienced rightsided midfielder Wade Elliott will no doubt look to exploit any perceived weakness down the Albion left. Elsewhere, new arrival Matt Green - who scored 40 goals in 62 league appearances for former club Mansfield Town - will be keen to break his scoring duck for his new side after an encouraging start pre-season campaign ended with him knocked out cold against Shamrock Rovers.
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Oscar Garcia “This is not the start I would have dreamed of, if I had it would not have been these three results, but it is a long season and we will improve.
is happening and why. Again, we started well but then after scoring we dropped a little and in this competition you have to play 100% for the entire game.
“We are disappointed and sad for the fans. We are performing well, but need to be much sharper in both penalty areas, when we are attacking and defending.
“You cannot afford to be less than 100% for even one or two minutes, as in this league the opposition will capitalise and punish you.
“I’m more disappointed at not converting the chances we had [against Derby] than with the goals we conceded. I would be worried if we were not creating chances, we are just not clinical enough.
“We are waiting for the luck to come our way. It was a clear handball, but these things happen, we have to deal with them and I am waiting for the day that this can change and work in our favour.”
“I want us to think about what
ÍÑIGO CALDERÓN ZAPATERÍA
Position: Full back
PASS COMPLETION THIS SEASON:
3.9% TOTAL PASSES:
ASSISTS: 1 ACCURATE CROSSES:
Statistics for league appearances this season only.
TACKLES PER GAME: 4
Squad number: 14 Age: 31
Height: 5ft 11in. Brighton League Apps/ goals: 125 / 12
CLEARANCES THIS SEASON Íñigo Calderón has firmly established himself as a fans’ favourite since arriving from Alavés in 2010, not least because of his ongoing work with the club’s charitable wing, Albion in the Community. The brilliant Basque is renowed for his swashbuckling approach to playing full back and has chalked up some memorable goals during his time on the south coast. With fellow Spaniard Bruno injured for the forseeable, Calderón is a key member of OScar Garcia’s back four.
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