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Corbyn’s victory attracts city Greens to join Labour Membership of Brighton, Hove and District Labour Party has nearly quadrupled to 6,000 since the start of the Labour leadership election. Many members and supporters of the Green Party in the city are joining Labour because of the election of Jeremy Corbyn. In this personal commentary, JOHN MEDHURST - who has made the switch - highlights the significance of a sesimic shift in politics - locally as well as nationally. The election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party is the most exciting and transformative event in British politics for decades. Elected by an enormous majority of Labour members, his mandate to speak for Labour is clear. Since he was elected, tens of thousands of new members have flooded in to the party. Already the sea change is obvious. John McDonnell, a brave and committed socialist who said in the Commons that he would “swim through vomit” to vote against welfare cuts, is shadow chancellor - and George Osborne finally has a fight on his hands. Corbyn himself is quietly yet firmly signalling a change from the cringing conformity to the British state and its totems that often characterised Labour. His display of silent respect at the Battle of Britain ceremony - while refusing to sing an outdated monarchistic anthem

that celebrates crushing “rebellious Scots” - set a fresher tone and style: unafraid of media moguls who speak for the rich and powerful, standing up for the marginalised and poorest in society, and offering the hope and vision of a kinder, more civilised Britain than one dominated by an Oxbridge elite, City bankers, and boorish TV presenters. On Sunday (September 13), I attended a TUC fringe event at the Corn Exchange addressed by Green MP Caroline Lucas, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka, John McDonnell, and exGreek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis. It was a truly inspiring and uplifting evening and it seemed to prefigure the kind of massbased, progressive alliance that is now emerging to challenge the Tories and their far-right policies. The “Green Surge” of new members to the Green Party earlier this year was an influx of people looking for a real alternative to

austerity and politics-asusual, but sadly the party seemed to fumble the ball when confronted with an historic opportunity. Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign for leader produced a similar surge - but a much larger one, far more significant and politically charged. For some in the Greens, this has meant a difficult decision to leave the party and join Labour, even though some of the key figures in the local Labour Party have shown themselves to be out of touch with the majority of the party and its allies. I think that will change, one way or another. The Green Party has a vital perspective on radical system change, one that Corbyn’s Labour must respect and learn from. I wish my friends in the Greens well and hope that a transformed Labour and a radical Green Party can work together - in Brighton and nationally - to replace an elitist, out-of-control Tory government, change

Deadline for applications to city secondary schools

If you have a child who is due to start secondary school in Brighton and Hove in September next year, now is the time to act. The deadline for applications to the city’s community secondary schools, academies, and free school for next year is Saturday,October 31.To apply online - and to find guidance and advice about the city’s secondary catchment areas and admissions process - parents and carers are asked to visit Brighton and Hove City Council’s website: schooladmissions.

Councillor Tom Bewick, chair of the children, young people and skills committee, said: “It’s vital for anyone applying for a school place that they do so before the deadline. “Every year, there are people who are not offered a place at any of their preferred schools simply because they missed the deadline. We recommend applying online as it means you automatically get your notification straight away instead of waiting for a letter in the post.” Parents who do not wish to apply online should contact the council’s

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Company went bust owing £3.2m to council The company that collected cash from parking meters went bust owing Brighton and Hove City Council more than £3.2 million, Brighton & Hove Independent can reveal. It could have been worse. At one stage the company had owed the council more than £4.7 million. Coin Co International plc (CCI) was first appointed by the council in 2008 to provide cash collection and cash-in-

transit services, including car parking income collection and the collection of cheques and sealed containers from council premises. Council officers had decided the Sussex-based company offered significantly greater service flexibility than bigger national or global companies at a considerably better price. It had been trading for over 30 years. The council was an

unsecured creditor of the company and was owed £3,243,000 at the time it entered administration on November 27 2014. It is understood a police investigation is ongoing. OnTuesday,members of the council’s audit and standards committee will consider the lessons learned. They will, however, be told that it could be an expensive and difficult job to recover the lost money.

MP backs breast cancer Wear It Pink campaign

Caroline Lucas joined Yanis Varoufakis (far left) and John McDonnell at an anti-austerity meeting in Brighton

the political and electoral system, and take the country in a new direction. John Medhurst, who is writing in a personal capacity, is a trade union official and the author of That Option No Longer Exists: Britain 197476 (Zero Books). He is delivering a presentation about the politics of Aneurin Bevan, Tony Benn, and Jeremy Corbyn at the Cafe Salvage, Western Road, at 7.30pm on Thursday, October 1. Why I welcome Jeremy Corbyn’s victory, by Labour councillor Kevin Allen, see page 6

Dressing up for a good cause, Simon Kirby, Conservative MP for Brighton Kemptown, was in good spirits at Westminster this week. Pretty in pink, Mr Kirby got involved to raise awareness of medical research charity Breast Cancer Now, which will hold its Wear It Pink fundraising day next month. The charity raises £2 million a year, and Mr Kirby said: “I am encouraging everyone in Brighton Kemptown and Peacehaven to take part and Wear It Pink on October 23.”



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The first meeting of the Fairness Commission is on Thursday (September 24). Commissioners, meeting in private, will hear presentations from Geoff Raw, the city council’s interim chief executive; Nick Hibberd, acting executive director, environment, development and housing; and Rachel Musson, interim finance director. Dr Tom Scanlon, director of public health, will also give an overview of some key facts and figures: ■ While life expectancy has increased, each year 500 extra people die due to the impact of deprivation - and 87 die

before they are 75; ■ One in six children live in poverty, but in the east of the city that proportion doubles to one in three; ■ Nearly one in four (23.6%) of people aged 65 and

older are affected by income deprivation and rely on Housing Benefit, Pension Guarantee Credit, and Council Tax Credit; ■ Most pensioners (85%) living in poverty live alone;

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The fun doesn’t stop after this weekend Brighton Rugby Club and Hove Rugby Club both have a programme of events to celebrate the Rugby World Cup 2015. Brighton Rugby Club will hold a Surf and Turf Aussie night on October 10, before the Australia vs Wales match, and a wine-tasting event with a screening of the quarter-finals on October 17. There will be a family Sunday lunch on October 25, before the semi-final screening, and a Halloween Spooktacular on October 31, following the Tournament’s final match.

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Hove Rugby Club will hold a Rugby Funzone on October 3, with fun activities for children. A women and girls (aged 15 plus) try-out rugby session will take place on October 10, and the club will hold a beer festival on October 24 and 25. There will be a screening of the final match of the Tournament at the club on October 31. Find out more at: uk/FanGuide

Travel information The city will be much busier than usual on the weekend of the matches at Brighton Community Stadium, so please leave extra time for your journey. RWC2015 has created a Journey Planner which gives advice on the best way to travel to the Fanzone and, for ticket holders, to the stadium. Ticketholders for Saturday and Sunday’s matches can get a shuttle bus from the Fanzone to the stadium. . It will run on Saturday from 1.45pm to 4.45pm and then for two hours after final whistle. Then on Sunday it will run from from 9.30am to midday and then two hours after final whistle. The journey takes 40 minutes and it costs £5 return – cash payments only. Tickets can be bought on the day at the Fanzone. Please do not travel to the stadium on this weekend unless you are a ticket holder. For in depth travel advice, visit: travel/brighton Clockwise, from left above: 2015 Samoa World Cup team members Tusi, Ken and George Pisi attend a welcoming ceremony at Brighton Dome on September 11 in Brighton (Photograph: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images for ER2015); Pupils from Westdene Primary School perform during the welcoming ceremony at Brighton Dome (Photograph: by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images for ER2015); A chilli eating competition at Fiery Foods (Photograph: Fiery Foods UK); The very colourful Maracatu Cruzeiro do sul (Photograph: Sofia Barbas; and left: The Japan World Cup team attends a welcoming ceremony at Brighton Dome (Photograph: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images for ER2015)

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Members of DanceFit, Brighton, donned wacky leggings on the beach to highlight the Crazy Legs challenge for Cancer Research. DanceFit instructors Hayley Coppard and Hayley Jones, put the women through their paces as a warm-up to their “Big Beats Dance Jam” fundraising event on October 16. Held at the King Alfred Leisure Centre, it will include free classes, performances, and a raffle. Visit:

Brighton and Hove City Council has won the Best Cycle Network Infrastructure Award for the Lewes Road sustainable transport scheme. The announcement was made at the Cycle Planning Awards in Walthamstow on Monday. The Lewes Road scheme involved the reallocation of road space along the busy three-mile dualcarriageway from Falmer to the city centre, providing improved cycle lanes and a priority lane for buses.

Following the council’s plea to private landlords, 14 properties have been identified to house Syrian refugees. Councillor Emma Daniel said it was “really wonderful” that landlords had responded, and it means refugee families will not be placed in council houses, which may have caused “tensions” with those on waiting lists. Refugees are expected to arrive in the UK “within days”, but it is unclear whether these families will come to Brighton.

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Work began at the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm this week, in readiness for the first foundation installation in January. The wind farm is being built 13k off the Sussex coast and is expected to be completed by 2018. It will be visible from Brighton seafront and will feature 116 turbines. Visit: www.

They all wanted a second class stamp. It was a Monday afternoon, and the queue stretched down Western Road, but they all seemed happy. That’s because they were holding a peaceful protest about the possible closure of Brunswick Post Office. Just hours before, a 5,400-strong petition was handed to John Taylor, area manager for the Post Office, by Peter Kyle, Hove MP, Green councillor Ollie Sykes, City Books owner Inge Sweetman, and resident Sheila Levenson.

A free concert with guest, Dr Hilary Jones of ITV fame, was held to raise awareness of hearing loss, which affects 50,000 in the city. The concert, at the Pavilion Gardens on Tuesday, saw the Rock Choir perform, and the deputy mayor of Brighton was presented with an award - to celebrate East Sussex being the second most musical county.

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Hove tech companies on top Ideal Networks

Ideal is an IT solutions and strategic consultancy provider. Its mission is to delight all of its customers, all of the time, with technology solutions to enable them to achieve their absolute potential. Claire Hopkins, managing director of Ideal Networks, told us more. Why did you start set up Ideal Networks? We started Ideal because there was a gap in the market for an IT company to go to market leading with brilliant customer experience. We provide small company agility with big company breadth and depth of technical expertise. And it’s amazing to work in the same city that we live in and love.

Why is Brighton and Hove the perfect place to start a tech businesses? With two universities there are loads of smart people who never want to leave and there’s a great mix of creative, commercial, and technical expertise here. We have been able to recruit a brilliant team of people who want to live and have a career in their city by the sea.

Any tips for budding tech entrepreneur? Work hard and build a brilliant team to work hard with you. Technology moves quickly so put your customers first, listen to and understand their business challenges and architect technology solutions, which are relevant and help solve their challenges. And get involved in the movement to support more women into the industry.

Brandwatch Brandwatch is the world’s leading social intelligence company. Its social media listening and analytics technology platform gathers millions of online conversations every day and provides users with the tools to analyse them, empowering brands and agencies to make smarter, data-driven business decisions. We spoke to Giles Palmer, CEO of Brandwatch. What makes Brighton and Hove a hub for tech businesses? Despite now being a global business, we began in Brighton by recruiting the smartest heads for our engineering and we continue to base our development team here. Brighton has long been a hub for digitally creative minds. Being in Brighton has helped to maintain those parts of our character, which is aligned to the town. There’s a strong design ethos in Brighton. Plus there’s a kind

of quirkiness and a collaborative element to Brighton and a kind of holistic, green, look after each other vibe, so that’s also a big part of our culture. Why did you start Brandwatch? We are a long way from what we started out to do, but the tech world has changed so much in that time. I built a company that I really want to work in and can feel excited about going into the office every day.

What advice would you give to a start-up tech business? It comes down to conviction. You can achieve anything if you put your mind to it. When you think about something and you visualise the future, if you really think about it enough, you can make these things real. Once you’ve convinced yourself, it’s then reasonably easy to convince other people because you just stare them in the face and say “we can do this”.

MPB MPB is Europe’s leading platform for trading high-end used photo and video equipment. MPB builds its own technology and offers both buy and sell services through the same platform, differentiating itself from other eCommerce sites. Matt Barker, founding director, of MPB tells us more. Tell us why you set up your business? I began trading products through eBay while studying at university and soon realised how time consuming and frustrating it could be. I set up MPB because I wanted to create a technology platform that would allow people to trade their used equipment quickly and easily. Now, with a whole team around me helping me take MPB to the next level, I’ve never been more excited about taking the company forward.

What makes Brighton and Hove such a great place to start a tech businesses? Building a great team is key to building a successful tech company, and Brighton has a huge number of technically talented coders, marketers, and creatives. There are some great groups where entrepreneurs can share their experience and get advice, as well as opportunities to attend leading tech events.

What advice would you give to a start-up tech company? Make sure you’re fully committed and build a team who share your passion. Take all advice on board, but don’t be afraid to do things differently. Retain as much control as you can, it will give you more options for future rounds of funding. Finally, the best piece of advice I was ever given: walk through open doors, have every conversation, take every opportunity, accept every offer of an introduction. It might just lead somewhere.

Brighton has a rich history of being a place where innovative businesses succeed, and it has a strong backbone supporting the digital sector, making it a great place for tech Darren Fell, Crunch Accounting

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Brighton student in the running to be named a ‘future industry leader’ in engineering

Bite-sized tips: Social media for employers Brian Warren from QuickHR led a recent Brighton Chamber bite-sized learning session. Companies use social media to promote products and communicate with customers. But there are risks and rewards; from finding candidates for jobs, to dealing with problems if their employees make controversial comments that drag your company into a Twitterstorm. Here are five tips about social media and the workplace: 1. Who posts for you and about your company? Do they know what they can and cannot say, as well as the right tone to use? Make sure your employees clearly understand what’s appropriate on social media and if any trolls make critical posts, what they should do. Spending time working to avoid problems is better than fire-fighting.

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2. When and where: Are you spending too much time on Facebook because you understand it and not exploring other sites? Check where your customers, competitors, and potential new employees are, and use those social media sites too. One tweet at lunchtime might reach more people than regular status updates on Facebook.

see what you post, and you want news of your vacancies to reach as many people as possible. If in doubt, check out other company’s posts to see how they promote their job searches on each social media site.

3. Recruiting? Tell everyone through your social media accounts and think about encouraging your employees and contacts to help you spread the word too. That way thousands of people might discover you’re hiring, rather than just a few dozen - and especially if you use the next tip too.

5. Employees: it’s not “private” if your account is public or you name your employer in the bio. If you really want to post about work on social media then make sure your account is private, take out any references to where you work, and unfriend your work colleagues. The overwhelming majority of complaints about comments on social media happen when you’ve forgotten that your colleagues and maybe your manager can see what you’re saying. But if you really have to say “I hate my job” without it backfiring, say it to your friends and not on social media.

4. Use hashtags when you’re hiring. If you don’t, only a section of your followers will

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Ana Groom, a former Brighton student, has been identified as a “future industry leader” by The Engineering Development Trust (EDT), after her work with Rolls-Royce. The former Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth Form College student, who is 19 years old, has been taking part in the Year in Industry programme. Gap year students are placed for up to a year with top industrial employers to enable them to work on real commercial projects which benefit their companies. As a result of her work with Derby based RollsRoyce, Ana was selected as one of nine finalists at the EDT’s national Future Industry Leaders Awards which took place last night (Thursday) at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. Ana’s project involved developing a new capability within RollsRoyce for programming robots that undertake “shot peening”, a process which is used to finish metal parts to prevent fatigue and stress corrosion failures and to prolong product life

for the part. This capability had previously been provided by outside suppliers. Dominic ThorntonFlowers, chief of Manufacture Systems, Rolls-Royce plc, said: “Ana’s project has been of significant and strategic importance, providing a competitive advantage for Rolls-Royce as a company and the UK as a major aerospace exporter. “The project represents a major leap forward in terms of robot programming capability. As a helpful and knowledgeable member of the community, Ana has become one of three technical experts in this area. “Many colleagues often mistake her for a fully trained manufacturing engineer. Her legacy within Rolls-Royce will stand throughout and beyond her time at university: the knowledge she has created and shared will change the way we program robots forever.” Ana, who is going on to study engineering at Cambridge University said:

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“The project at Rolls-Royce was very challenging, but it was great having the opportunity to develop an improvement the company will use to become more competitive. “I had to learn about different software and production processes very quickly, which I was able to do thanks to the support of others around me, but now the new robotic programming method has been defined it can be implemented to more areas of the business. It was a great experience working in a production environment and being part of a global organisation, understanding how it functions on a daily basis and being able to add my own ideas to this.”

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Cardiff City LFC

Kick-off: 2.00pm

Kick-off: 2.00pm






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Sunday 20th September


Sussex County FA Headquarters Culver Road, Lancing BN15 9AX

Coventry United LFC

Kick-off: 2.00pm

Sunday 1st November



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Friday, September 18, 2015

Fuzzy friends dream big in acclaimed comedy musical Award-winning comedy musical Avenue Q will bring a host of fuzzy friends to Brighton Dome from Tuesday to Saturday,September 22 to 26. Featuring the naughtiest puppets in town, brought to life by an ensemble cast of 11 performers,Avenue Q is aTony Award-winning musical about growing up, dreaming big and finding your purpose in life. Meet Princeton, a brighteyed graduate who comes to NewYork City with big dreams and a tiny bank account. Soon discovering that the only neighbourhood in his price range is Avenue Q, he finds himself moving in with some truly-quirky characters. There’s Brian, the outof-work comedian, and his therapist fiancée Christmas Eve; Nicky the good-hearted slacker and his closet gay Republican room mate Rod,an internet sexpert called Trekkie Monster and a very cute kindergarten teacher named Kate Monster. Avenue Q first opened Off-

Broadway at the Vineyard Theatre in 2003, before transferring to Broadway later that year where it won three Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score and Best Book. In 2006 it transferred to the West End produced by Cameron Mackintosh. Tickets: All performances,

Sept 22 to 24,plus Sept 26,5pm – £12.50, £18, £21, £25. Sept 25 and 26,8.30pm – £14, £20, £22.50, £26.50. Under 26s: Sept 25,5pm,and 26, 8.30pm – £18.50. All other performances £15. Visit: or call 01273 709709

Psychic Sally aims to amaze with new tour Phil Hewitt @BrightonIndy The nation’s favourite medium is back on the road and better than ever with her most jaw-dropping show yet. In 2015 psychic Sally Morgan aims to amaze sell-out crowds across the land as she displays her incredible abilities.

The popular TV personality comes to Theatre Royal Brighton on Monday, October 5 (7.45pm). After a headlinegrabbing year, Sally is back in front of live audiences in a show that is unique to every venue. Funny, entertaining, sometimes heart-breaking, often controversial, Psychic Sally on the Road 2015 marks her eighth year of touring. Possessed of an incredible ability, the former housewife from the suburbs has become a global hit and has cemented her place as the nation’s most popular psychic with one of the most successful touring shows in the UK. She has performed in front of more than 750,000 people in hundreds of venues. Sally says: “I love being on the road, reaching out to my fans and comforting people about life after death. “Every night when I’m on stage amazing things happen and it’s a privilege to be able to pass on messages of love and comfort to the people I share my gift with.”

Sally is the former medium to Diana, the Princess of Wales, and has a long list of celebrity clients. Her TV show Sally Morgan: On the Road ran for three series and continues to be shown around the world. Sally says she remembers a childhood full of strange goings on and interactions with spirit world. Despite never having advertised her services, she became wealthy London society’s best-kept secret and after building a client list that included international film stars she was noticed by the media. Sally’s debut ITV show, Star Psychic, gave a fresh, contemporary twist to mediumship and in 2008 she devised a series of live shows, which evolved into a sell-out national tour. Sally continues to tour extensively and her new memoir, Call Me Psychic, is out now. For full autumn tour dates, or to find out more about Sally, visit Tickets cost £27.90 plus a £2.85 transaction fee. Call 0844 871 7627, or visit:

Friday, September 18, 2015

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Blues singer back on the road for a sensational ‘60s show Phil Hewitt @BrightonIndy Here’s a good bit of pop trivia. Who was number one on the day England won football’s World Cup in 1966? Take a bow if you answered Chris Farlowe, a performer still on the road, touring with the Sensational 60s Experience for dates including the Theatre Royal Brighton on Tuesday, October 13. “I started in the late ’50s, early ’60s,” Chris recalls. “I had been in a band since I was 13 years old. That was skiffle. Skiffle only lasted about 18 months, but it was good.” And then electric guitars came in – though not for Chris: “I played drums at one point in my life, and I even did a bit of piano. But I took control of the microphone.” He met guitarist Bob Taylor in 1959 and, through Taylor, joined The Thunderbirds, who went on

Well, there is no one really like Keith. He goes against modern science! He should have died a long time ago! He’s great. “When they made it, they came and asked if they could write some songs for me. I said ‘Please do!’ Mick Jagger played ‘Out of Time’ to me on a guitar. I didn’t like I actually knew the it at all! I wanted to Stones before they be a R ‘n’ B singer. were the Stones’” They were playing Of Time’, number one on pop songs to me! He said that glorious footballing when we started to record it, it would be different, and day. “I actually knew the it was great. I made them Stones before they were a lot of money out of that the Stones when we used to song! Can you imagine how play with my band around much royalties there have the Reading/Windsor area. been on ‘Out of Time’ since They used to come along then! “It was the same week and watch. They were we won the World Cup, and starting up a band. “I liked Brian Jones. He that really put the icing on was very nice, very quiet – the cake. It was surreal. My and he was a great musician. mother woke me up one He was a great harmonica morning and said ‘There player and a nice guitar- are a lot of photographers player. Keith (Richards)… out there!’ I said ‘What’s to record five singles for the Columbia label. Chris then moved to Andrew Loog Oldham’s label and recorded 11 singles, five of which were cover versions of Rolling Stones’ songs, including ‘Paint It Black’, ‘Think’, ‘Ride On Baby’, ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ and ‘Out

Stand-up Nish explores the changing political landscape Comedian Nish Kumar is set to tour the UK for the first time with his new show ‘Long Word… Long Word… Blah Blah Blah…I’m So Clever’, which recently won best International Show at the New Zealand Comedy Festival. He is performing at Dome Studio, Brighton, on Saturday, October 24 (7.30pm, doors 7pm). The tour follows in the footsteps of two sold out Soho Theatre runs in London where he recorded his forthcoming DVD, directed by The Pajama Men’s Shenoah Allen. 2014 was a stellar year for Nish with a BBC Radio 4 project incoming, The Now Show, a regular writing spot on the recently re-released (and namesake) show ‘The Kumars’ (Sky One) and the step over to the small screen on The Alternative Comedy Experience curated by Stewart Lee for Comedy Central. In his new show Nish asks: Does comedy need to be politically neutral? Why is comedy leaning to the left and is that even a problem? He examines the changing political landscape and how, as we’ve become more liberal

Nish Kumar

in our outlook on social issues, we’ve become increasingly conservative economically. He looks at a world in which a black James Bond seems achievable, but at the same time our financial system seems to be based entirely on the game Monopoly. And he asks whether the left is worse at branding its ideas than Islamic fundamentalists. At the end of last year Nish embarked on a tour of India with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow. This year he supported Milton Jones and performed at the New Zealand Comedy festival. He recently finished six weeks as Radio 4

Extra’s host taking over from Romesh Ranganathan on ‘Newsjack’ and will be hosting the next series in the autumn. He also recently performed an outstanding set on Russell Howard’s Comedy Central Show. Nishhasstarredinanumber of comic plays, including The Hotel at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2009, for which he had a key role and in Wardens at the 2013 Fringe Festival, which he did alongside his second solo show, ‘Nish Kumar Is a Comedian’.Tickets cost £11. Call 01273 709709, email or visit:

happening?’ I went out, and one of them said ‘We are from the Daily Mirror, and we would like to take your photo.’ I said ‘Why is that?’ and he said ‘You are number one!’” And now, seemingly all of a sudden, it is 50 years ago next year: “The business has changed a great deal. You had to tour the country in your little vans for years and years while you made your name. Now they want to get on X Factor and become famous overnight, but most of them don’t make it, and even if they win, they are forgotten the next year. “Back in the 1960s, you had to do your apprenticeship for a few years first, like The Beatles playing in Hamburg before they really got known.” Joining Chris on the tour are Herman’s Hermits, Steve Ellis, the voice of Love Affair, Union Gapuk and New Amen Corner, hosted by Alan Mosca from Freddie and The Dreamers. Expect hits including ‘I’m

Chris Farlowe

Into Something Good’, ‘No Milk Today’, ‘I’m Henry The 8th’, ‘Silhouettes’, ‘Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter’ (Hermans Hermits), ‘Everlasting Love’, ‘A Day Without Love’ (Steve

Ellis), ‘Young Girl’, ‘Lady Willpower’, and ‘Bend Me Shape Me’. Call the box office on 0844 871 7627 or visit:

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We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Brighton Dome September 25-27

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is back at Brighton Dome by popular demand. The family puppet adventure is in the studio on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, September 25, 26 and 27. Performances start at 10.30am, 12.30pm and 3pm. A family go on an expedition – running down the grassy bank, wading through the cold river, squelching over the mud, stumbling into the dark forest, then peering into a cave. Little Angel Theatre brings Michael Rosen’s thrilling and funny

adventure to life in this puppetry production, directed by Peter Glanville with music and lyrics by singersongwriter Barb Jungr. After many family events in the Brighton Dome Studio there is the opportunity for kids to get crafty and make a keepsake to take home at Playmakes. The Playmakes team will be on hand to lead the creativity. Parents and guardians can help or enjoy some coffee and cake. Tickets cost £7 (£5 concessions). £22 family ticket (two adults, two children). Call 01273 709709 or visit:


What’s On FRIDAY Tenderhooks

8pm, £5 (£4 conc) Latest MusicBar, 14-17 Manchester Street, BN2 1TF @latestmusicbar Tenderhooks are headlining another scorching night of live music. Their blend of upbeat, singalong tunes should create a high-octane, good times vibe. Brighton’s The FreeDub Press will be supporting. They bring bigbeat reggae music heavily influenced by current global issues. The DBs start the night with their folk/rock infused psychedelic set.

Krater Comedy Club

7.30pm, £12-£37.50 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton Award-winning comedy with top international and UK comedians. Acts include Damian Clark, Stefano Paolini, Markus Birdman, John Moloney, Chris Forbese, Vince Atta, MC Stephen Grant, MC Alistair Barrie and MC Freddie Quinne (depending on the night).

Friday, September 18, 2015

Story Hack

Brighton Rumble

11pm, £5 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton Club night. DJs playing rockabilly, rock ’n’ roll, blues, stroll, jive, bop, original and sleazy tunes. Dave Mumbles, Gerry Robinson, Sonny Rocket and Kat Talk Kev.

The Dark Knight Rises Batsuit

10am, free with museum admission Brighton Museum, BN1 1EE @BrightonMuseums This September, Brighton and Hove will be coming out to ‘dress up and play’ for The Costume Games. To celebrate, Brighton Museum will host Christian Bale’s Batsuit from Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. This is a genuinely rare opportunity to get up close to one of the most iconic superhero costumes of our time. There is also the chance to meet the team behind the costume during one of the workshops at The Costume Games in Old Steine Gardens. For more details, visit:

Until September 30 The Old Market, Upper Market Street, Hove BN3 1AS @TOMvenue The Old Market are bringing together professional storytellers from different creative industries to ‘hack’ traditional narrative. What is the best way to tell a story in 2015?


7.30pm, £5 Brighton Dome, BN1 1UG @brightdome This month’s SPECTRUM celebrates the singersongwriter Luke Sital-Singh in a gorgeous night of stripped back sets and great tunes.

Bring Your Own Beamer

7.30pm, free Brighton Dome, BN1 1UG @brightdome Find a space, invite artists, ask them to bring a projector. A night of collaborative moving image, projection, participation and experimentation in Pop-Up Brighton’s creative free-forall of light and colour. Get involved and be part of one of the biggest BYOB events in


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Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

8pm, £19.50 Brighton Dome, BN1 1UG @brightdome Featuring special guest Akala. The youngest son of Nigeria’s musical and political revolutionary Fela Kuti took control of his father’s band Egypt 80 at the age of 14. Hailed as continuing Fela’s musical legacy, he has been laying down a potent version of those indestructible rhythms ever since.


9pm, £6 (£5 with flyer) Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street,

Friday, September 18, 2015

Manchester Street, BN2 1TF @latestmusicbarn Bubbles Comedy Presents Lynn Ruth Miller and Guests. Live TV filming. from September 18 – 20.



8.30pm Latest MusicBar, 14-17 Manchester Street, BN2 1TF @latestmusicbarn Check out the coolest new acid jazz and funk jam.

Brighton Museum September 18-20

BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton Club night. The ’80s night for people who hate ’80s nights.


11pm, £4 advance, £5 on door Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton A refreshing but classic mix across all the Motown, soul, Northern, funk and disco greats.

SUNDAY Lynn Ruth Miller and Guests 8pm (doors 7pm), £5 Latest MusicBar, 14-17

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TUESDAY Brother & Bones plus guests

7.30pm, £10 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton Brother & Bones are five men who write songs with the artistry of folk troubadours, the energy of punks and the self-belief of stadium headliners. Hailing from Cornwall, their acoustic-led, alternative rock sound tips its hat to the likes of Pearl Jam and John Martyn.


Until September 26 Theatre Royal, BN1 1SD @TheatreRoyalBTN It’s 1963 and Dame Dorothea Dosserdale School for Girls

has a proud tradition of fostering free spirits from all walks of life – so it’s a crushing blow when the new Headmistress turns out to be a tyrant with strict Victorian values. St. Trinians meets Malory Towers in new musical Crush: a coming-of-age romp that celebrates schoolgirl friendships and fighting for what you believe in! Prepare for riotous routines and hockey sticks to the fore as they battle to save their school.

Brighton Comedy Festival: Squawker Heats

8pm, £6 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton Brighton’s new act competition returns with a series of heats throughout September, culminating in the final during Brighton Comedy Festival. In association with The Jill Edwards Comedy Workshop. For details, visit:

Avenue Q

7.30pm/8.30pm, £12.50-£26.50 Brighton Dome, BN1 1UG @brightdome Until September 26. Awardwinning comedy musical Avenue Q will bring a host of fuzzy friends to Brighton Dome.

WEDNESDAY Skip’s After School Club – Muppet Mayhem,

4pm, £6 Theatre Royal, BN1 1SD @TheatreRoyalBTN A fun and informal afterschool session for six to 10 year-olds. Includes warm-up games, Muppet puppet themed drama and craft activities, squash and biscuits and a look on stage. Guaranteed to be fun for the whole family.

Maff Brown: Born Again Comedian

8pm, £9 (£7 conc) Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton From the writer of Shooting Stars and Mock the Week comes a brand new show with some of the sharpest one-liners ever. Like the ‘True or False’ section from Shooting Stars and the ‘Things we’d like to see’ section from Mock the Week? Then this is the show for you, as Maff writes them. Voted

‘Best New UK Act’ by Blues Matters Magazine in 2014.


8pm, £7-£12.50 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, BN1 1UN @KomediaBrighton It’s Komedia’s sell-out monthly night. An MC hosts a friendly, fastpaced, quality night featuring a top headline comic and ‘catch ’em while you can’ rising stars.

Featured Listing Krater Comedy Club Komedia September 18-20

Comedy lovers can look forward to food and laughter when a group of stand-ups and one MC visit Krater Comedy Club on September 18, 19 and 20 (7.30pm/8pm). These events take place every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Brighton’s Komedia, Gardner Street. Freshly prepared meals are available at all shows. The Friday line-up is Damian Clark, Stefano Paolini, Markus Birdman

and MC Alistair Barrie. The Saturday line-up is Markus Birdman, Damian Clark, John Moloney (pictured) and MC Stephen Grant. The Sunday line-up is Markus, Birdman, Chris Forbese, Vince Atta, John Moloney and MC Freddie Quinne. Tickets cost £12-£37.50. Choose a Meal Deal ticket when you book to save £1 on a main course from the full menu. Choose a Meal Deal Plus ticket and save £3 on a main course and a dessert or starter.

John Moloney

Ticket Information Standard £16.50 Call: 0845 293 8480, or visit:


Autumn Show & Game Fair 2015

Win a pair of tickets to the South of England Agricultural Society’s Autumn Show & Game Fair. 3 & 4 October at the South of England Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex. Under 16s GO FREE!*


Which animals are you welcome to bring along to the Autumn Show & Game Fair? A) Chickens B) Rabbits C) Dogs Join us for a fantastic day of family fun, entertainment and celebration of farming and the countryside. South of England Showground, Selsfield Road, Ardingly RH17 6TL Tel: 01444 892700 Tickets: Adults £10; Seniors/Students £8; *Children under 16 go free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket; Members FREE. Gates open 9am – 5pm.

Come and ‘have-a-go’! We’ve teamed up with the South of England Agricultural Society to give readers the chance to win one of five pairs of tickets (worth £20) to the Autumn Show & Game Fair, where people of all ages can come along and have a go at some of the UK’s most popular country pursuits.

Please note: the adult tickets offered by this competition are also valid for seniors and students. Tickets can be used on any one day of the Show. 10% discount when you book online: Please email your answer A, B or C plus your name, email, address & daytime telephone number to to be received by Monday 28 September.

Offering seasonal food, family fun, a wide range of country sports & activities and great shopping, the Autumn Show & Game Fair is a fantastic day out for everyone, not just fans of the countryside.

winning vegetables, stunning flower displays, birds of prey displays, cavalcade of hounds and the Donkey Show parade; or indulge yourself in some retail therapy at the huge range of trade stands, including country clothing, plants & flowers, crafts and delicious food & drink to name a just few.

Come along and try your hand at clay pigeon shooting, fly fishing or archery; enjoy the spectacle of the prize –

Dogs are especially welcome at the Show – you can just turn up and join in the fun of the dog agility competition

and gundog scurries or watch the canine competitions including the Terrier and Lurcher Shows. Children will find heaps to do with our traditional fairground, balloon modelling, magic show and Punch & Judy show, plus our fun and educational Pumpkin Trail which comes with a prize for all correct completed entries. There’s a huge range of activities to entertain the whole family – don’t miss it!

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Brain Gym


Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.

Last week’s solutions:





























Double Crossword

How you rate: 15 words - average; 20 words - good; 25 words - very good; 30 or more - excellent.

Last week’s solutions:

CRYPTIC - Across: 4 Footman; 8 Orally; 9 Startle; 10 Tissue; 11 Inform; 12 Good hand; 18 Hornpipe; 20 Defeat; 21 Grasps; 22 Parties; 23 Honour; 24 Selfish. Down: 1 Postage; 2 Passion; 3 Slough; 5 Outsider; 6 Tariff; 7 Allure; 13 Ash-trees; 14 Mission; 15 Measure; 16 Deface; 17 Seat of; 19 Narrow. QUICK - Across: 4 Absolve; 8 Reason; 9 Flowery; 10 Jostle; 11 Target; 12 Constant; 18 Preserve; 20 Finish; 21 Frigid; 22 Pretext; 23 Cannon; 24 General. Down: 1 Project; 2 Passing; 3 Goblet; 5 Belittle; 6 Onward; 7 Vortex; 13 Asphyxia; 14 Progeny; 15 Wedding; 16 Fierce; 17 Little; 19 Streak.

Choose either quick or cryptic clues.






























Across Down 1. Act dangerously to 1. Holding the trousers for two produce spirited couples? (4,2,6) drama (4,4,4) 7. The round to end 2. Have 17 (3) all rounds (5) 3. Underneath about 8. Subtract 5 from 18 50 make animal and add 500 as a noises (6) corollary (5) 4. Flying ship? (3-6) 9. Gained 2 (3) 5. Furnish with some 10. Intimate forgotten duets (5) relationship leads to niggardliness? 6. Misunderstanding’s (9) got over cables 11. Ripped or backed (7,5) bull-fighter (6) 7. A punishing fellow, 12. Property in Eastern perhaps, to be country (6) more exact (5) 15. Prevent the whole 10. One on the bottle lot being planted is a twister! (9) with trees (9) 13. Cancel and 17. When to back 9? (3) expunge article 18. Flower gets from year-book (5) nothing for 16’s 14. Bacon would be one (5) back in the game 19. Decoration (6) obtained - could 16. Letter finished for have been lamed pirate (5) (5) 20. Those who take 21. Evidence that an it can’t expect to increase hurts? (7,5) keep dry (3)


Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found.



Quick Clues:



1. Serious lack of care (5,7) 7. Fissure (5) 8. Topic (5) 9. Look at (3) 10. Power-maker (9) 11. Transfix (6) 12. England (6) 15. Learnedly (9) 17. Hill (3) 18. Porcelain (5) 19. Bread-maker (5) 21. There (2,10)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10. 13. 14. 16. 20.



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10 13




21 17

21 11

12 7 21


12 13






8 7


Testify (4,8) Observe (3) Prolong (6) From the side (9) Swindle (5) Back door (4,8) Inexpensive (5) Gad about (9) Bury (5) Weak (6) Fusion (5) Little goat (3)

Scribble pad


Last week’s solutions:

arty, bandy, bayed, bays, beady, bendy, betray, betrays, brandy, bray, brayed, brays, bystander, byte, deny, derby, dyer, dyes, dynast, dyne, easy, entry, nary, nasty, nearby, randy, ready, sandy, satyr, sayer, sentry, stay, stayed, steady, stray, strayed, tansy, tardy, teary, tray, trendy, tyre, yard, yarn, year, yearn, yearns, yeast.











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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: 1 4 2 7 3 5 6 4 1 5 5 1 3 3 9 6 1 4 2 6 1 7 8 9 4 2

4 3 1 1 2 8 3 9 8 6 5 7 6 3 9 8 4 2 6 3 1 5 9

2 6 9 4




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Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is L. Alabama, Delaware, Florida, all US States.

Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.


Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.


Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be arranged to form words on a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?

7 2 5 1 7

Sudoku Simple

Friday, September 18, 2015

Cryptic Clues:





Last week’s solutions: >


From top to bottom Simple, Intermediate, Difficult








Last week’s solutions: Roles, Opera, Legal, Erase, Salep.

Friday, September 18, 2015


The Johnston Press Business Awards 2015


Headline sponsor

Our gala night on October 2 celebrates the overall winners from all the JP Business Awards trophy winners in the south

Proud to play a part in our community SPONSOR’S ANNOUNCEMENT The Martlet Partnership LLP is an independent local chartered accountants’ practice providing accounting, tax, business consultancy, payroll and audit services to the highest professional standards. We are proud to sponsor the business awards to recognise local business talent and to play our part in the business community. We encourage our clients to enter the awards to showcase their businesses in the local community as this brings them many benefits both tangible and intangible. Our clients have won many awards in recent times and we are delighted to help our clients achieve and maintain excellence. Their success is our success. We are members of UK 200 a nationwide network of independent quality assured firms of accountants and solicitors which means we have access to over 650 other partners around the country which enables us to advise on matters beyond the reach of most provincial practices whilst remaining a forward looking, progressive local company. We also have an

How to get involved

Members of the team at The Martlet Partnership with partners David Macdonald and Matt Pedder on the right

international side to our practice, and are fluent in six foreign languages. We are uniquely placed as a smaller firm to advise on business and tax matters for anyone who is thinking of expanding their business into other countries or going to live abroad. We have a wide variety of clients from private individuals to ownermanaged businesses to

international groups and attract an ever-increasing number of new clients every month. The recent radical changes to business taxation in the summer budget mean that expert advice and forward planning is more important than ever before to prevent unnecessary taxation payments We appreciate that every business is different and work hard to understand our clients, their people, their needs and goals and help them to achieve them. The Martlet Partnership LLP, sponsoring the Small Business Award, is one of a number of prestigious backers for this year’s Johnston Press South Business Awards, which celebrate the best of enterprise in the south. The Johnston Press

Business Awards bring together winners from Johnston Press titles’ own award winners. It is NOT possible to enter these awards – the finalists are companies that have already demonstrated their excellence by winning an award associated with one of our newspaper titles during 2014/2015. That means winners from awards run by The News in Portsmouth, the Worthing Herald series, the Chichester Observer series and Littlehampton Gazette, and the Eastbourne Herald are already in line for honours. They will be joined by those from the Sussex Express’s Lewes & Wealden Business Awards, Hastings Observer series’ 1066 Business Awards and West Sussex County Times Business Matters awards.

For more information on the Johnston Press South Business Awards, including details of how businesses can get involved as category sponsors, get in touch with Jeanette Hockley. Call 07841 800401 or send an email to

Our sponsors

The finalists Lifetime Achievement sponsored by JSPC Computer Services Ltd n Ray Groves (PRG) (Eastbourne) n Andrew Swayne (Ricardo UK Ltd) (Worthing) n Cheryl Buggy (Portsmouth) n Roger Elsmere (Woods Travel Ltd) (Bognor Regis) n Marion Ward (Crawley) n Peter Boyse MBE (Lewes & Wealden) Overall Business sponsored by Coffin Mew n HT White & Co Ltd (Eastbourne) n ETI Ltd (Worthing) n Just Develop It (Portsmouth) n Krowmark Ltd (Chichester) n Little Barn Owls Nursery & Farm School (Horsham) n Neva Consultants (Lewes & Wealden) n The Source Hastings Ltd (Hastings) Training and Development sponsored by Rewards Training Ltd n Jurgen Matthes Student Organization (Eastbourne) n The Health & Beauty lounge (Worthing) n L Guess Jewellers (Littlehampton) n 1st Central Insurance (Haywards Heath) n Furniture Now (Lewes & Wealden) n Sussex Coast College (Hastings) Start Up sponsored by Wannops LLP n The Wandering Goose (Worthing) n Seagrass Communications Ltd (Portsmouth) n Offic fl x (Chichester) n Happyscamps (Horsham) n The True Crime Museum (Hastings) Business Personality n Neil Kirby of the Langham Hotel (Eastbourne) n Darren Crabb Wealth Management (Worthing) n Chris Phillips, Just Develop It (Portsmouth) n David Wride (Regis Removals Ltd) (Bognor Regis) n Paul Bate (Haywards Heath) n Marc Koska (Lewes & Wealden) n Tim Pearce of Kurt J Lesker Co (Hastings) Small Business sponsored by The Martlet Partnership LLP

n Fusciardi Ice Cream Parlour (Eastbourne) n Pixel by Pixel (Worthing) n Applemoon Interiors (Bognor Regis) n Juno Wealth Management (Bolney) n The Dental Barn (Lewes & Wealden) n Invest & Fund Ltd (Hastings) Medium Business sponsored by Krowmark n Clarke Roofi g (Eastbourne) n Assystem UK Limited (Worthing) n Treat Your Skin (Portsmouth) n Regis Removals Ltd (Bognor Regis) n Sussex Uniforms (Burgess Hill) n Neva Consultants (Lewes & Wealden) n Hastings Printing Co (Hastings) Large Business n HT White & Co Ltd (Eastbourne) n ETI Ltd (Worthing) Lucketts Travel Group (Portsmouth) n Millstone Landscapes Ltd (Chichester) n Hilton London Gatwick Airport Hotel (Gatwick) n CJ Thorne (Lewes & Wealden) n Gaby Hardwicke Solicitors (Hastings) n Marshall-Tuffl ex (Hastings) Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Sponsored by Fontwell Racing & Events n The Old Oak Inn (Eastbourne) n Worthing Piers Southern Pavilion (Worthing) n Mary Rose Trust (Portsmouth) n Kiddie Coupons (Rustington) n Cisswood House Hotel (Horsham) n Pelham House (Lewes & Wealden) n Bluebell Railway (Lewes & Wealden) n Swan House (Hastings) Manufacturing and Construction n Ellis Builders (Eastbourne)

n Silcotec Europe UK Ltd (Worthing) n Newlife Paints (Littlehampton) n Cocoa Loco (Horsham) n Levick Jorgensen (Lewes & Wealden) Green Business n Furniture Now (Eastbourne) n Littlehampton Book Services Ltd (Worthing) n The Woodhorn Group (Chichester) n Meercat Associates Ltd (Burgess Hill) n Firefl Clean Energy Ltd (Lewes & Wealden) Place to Eat n Tosca Restorante (Worthing) n Southsea Coffee Company (Portsmouth) n The Exclusive Cake Shop & Vintage Tearoom (Chichester) n Wabi Restaurant & Cocktail Bar (Horsham) n The Crown (Hastings) Retailer n Chatfi lds Jewellers (Eastbourne) n Mrs Robinsons Store (Worthing) n Creatiques Bridal Boutique (Portsmouth) n Andrew McDowall (Chichester) n Sakakini Jewellers (Horsham) n Carvills (Lewes & Wealden) n The Source Hastings Ltd (Hastings) Customer Service sponsored by Regis Removals n Reid & Dean (Eastbourne) n Panic Plumbing & Electrics (Worthing) n Headromance (Portsmouth) n Krowmark Ltd (Bognor Regis) n C&T Radmall Funeral Services (Horsham) n Richard Soan Roofin Services (Lewes & Wealden) n Click4Reg (Hastings) n Fresh Financials (Lewes & Wealden) n Paperlane (Eastbourne) Innovation n Flare Audio (Worthing) n Silver Lining Convergence (Portsmouth) n Access by Design (Chichester) n Little Barn Owls Nursery & Farm School (Horsham) n Neva Consultants (Lewes & Wealden) n The Source Hastings Ltd (Hastings) Employee/Team of the Year sponsored by P A Windsor n Penny Mitchell-Hamlin (Eastbourne) n Mercator Cargo Systems (Portsmouth) n Tracy Yelland (Nicholas Coppin Ltd) (Ford) n Sussex Mortgage Centre (Burgess Hill) n Chris Davis of Cleankil Enviromental Services (Lewes & Wealden) n Toby Carter of Levick Jorgensen (Lewes & Wealden) n Alfi Bilsby of Hastings Direct Employer of the Year n Ellis Building Contractors (Eastbourne) n Just Develop It (Portsmouth) n Best Western Beachcroft Hotel (Bognor Regis) n Cash Bases (Lewes & Wealden) Young Achiever n Gabriella Hill (Essential Beauty Salon & Spa) (Eastbourne) n Gregory Hills (ETI Ltd) (Worthing) n Emily Bell (Coffi Mew) (Portsmouth) n Sian Panton (Sussex Transport) (Worthing) n Jack Keywood & Sam Shury (Luvcarpets) (Chichester) n Jack Dunckley (Henfie d) n Emily Derbyshire (Horsham) n Solomon Curtis (Hastings) Outstanding Contribution to the Community n Northbrook College (Worthing) n Amey (Portsmouth) n Brad Ainsworth (Cathedral Wealth Management) (Chichester) n Dark Star Brewery (Partridge Green) n Deeday White & John Hamilton (Hastings)



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BEDDING M&S sheets, brand new, still in wrapper, not fitted, half price £25, Also Harrods sheets/duvet cover, Rustington, Tel: (01903) 772301 BEDDING Bedeck double duvet cover, valance, pillowcases, lemon and white stripe, lemon damask £10 01243864353

BEDROOM FURNITURE SINGLE mirror doored wardrobe, oak veneered, perfect, need space, half price paid, £99 only 01273 597903

BEDS TWIN stacking pine beds with mattresses, 6'3" X 2'6", good condition £70 Tel: Ferring (01903) 246227 SINGLE divan bed, excellent condition, £30. (01903) 245617

CAMPING EQUIPMENT CAMPING gaz 907 bottle, nearly full with twin burners on frame attached, £8 01903 723501 MILENCO Compact wheel clamp and bag, bought new March 2015 £45 ono (01243) 825170 13KG propane gas bottle, full with seal, purchase receipt, ideal caravan, £25 01903 506234 WASTE MASTER 38 L+R and green cover bag £25ono (01243) 825170 TWO man tent, excellent condition £30 (01243) 830699 LARGE water carrier for sale £10 (01243) 773835 Local Media Drives Response & Action

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LADIES Supalite Brasher walking boots, size7½ worn twice, cost £140, accept £20 (01243) 821337

FOUR wheel rollator, bag, seat, brakes, folding good cond., £40. Bognor (01243) 264623

CHAD Valley Nursery swing £15, High Chair with adjustable heights £15, Ikea Tent and Tunnel £ 7.50.01293 435373

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BMX and mountain bikes,both excellent condition, suit 9-10years, LARGE carpets, all £20 each Portslade 01273 880097 unused, new, Bertex, 24 x 13 £175, Supertex 24 x ADULT gents and ladies 13 £195, Wiltex 24 x 13 mountain bikes, dual £250, All free delivery for sprung, both great condiquick sale to liquidate. - tion £35 each Tel: (01273) 07710 911332 880097 Portslade LARGE rug, pink/beige, LADIES Chiltern lady brand new condition £30 cycle, 26" wheels, colour (01243) 830699 lilac, good condition, £25. (01243) 267154


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SILK postcards W.W.1. DIY TOOLS & personal written mes- MATERIALS sages visible on backs, 8 postcards £20 01903 202197 LADDER wooden, metal FRANK Sinatra original rungs, good condition, always garaged, double concert tickets, London Palladium with Count 16' £50 ono (01243) Basey, Sarah Vaughan, 830483 £20. 01903 242816 VALSPAR 5 Litre Premium matt emulsion, OLD metal coat hanger warm pink, wrong colour with lion heads and mixed, cost £43, accept hooks, about 30" x 9", £20. (01243) 866575 £65 01903 262073 ELECTRONIC Vernier CORGI Bedford OB caliper, 6" mm + inch, Coaches, various liverys, new battery fitted, still in from £6 each (01243) case £10 Tel: (01903) 866575 248431

PINE chest of drawers, 2 over 4, 33"wide x 37" high x 16" deep, £40 Tel: Ferring (01903) 246227


3 WHEELED WALKER brand new, unused £30 (01243) 264810

NON FICTION SMALL gateleg table, teak, lightweight as new TWO new, low energy BOOKS CARAVAN electric kettle, £40 (01243) 828617 shaver lights, white, bargas kettle, clothes drying gain,£30 Tel: (01903) rack from window £10 OVAL black glass TV 242218 or 07751524606 SLOW COOKER book, 200 recipes, spiral will separate table, h50, d40, w120 vgc bound, large indexed £20 ono (01243) 266839 01243864353 hardback, unwanted gift MENS CLOTHES TWO wheeled trailer, £5 (01243) 820556 wooden sides and lights, GARDENING TOOLS HAYNES manuals for £50 01903 260341 or & EQUIPMENT ZIGNONE suit from M&S Rover models SD1 all. 07985 302457 grey w 42, l31, ch 48 213, 216,Maestro 3 of. THOROWGOOD saddle GARDEN Gear telescop- never worn £25 (01243) £15 01903 714132 girth flexi stirrups plus 3 ic electric hedge trimmer, 870847 washed stable rugs, all extends to 3.2 metres, VGC £60. (0796) 6381801 used once, £60 01903 SNOWDONIA winter SPORTS & LEISURE coat, 48" chest, zip in GOODS GENERAL 775181 SATNAV Garmin, good liner vgc £20 (01243) condition, cost £120 HEDGE CUTTER heavy 870847 AB BURNER exercise accept £25. (01903) duty 'Danarm' petrol seat, new in cellophane 248431 Kawasaki motor 29" cut OAKLAND pure wool £20 (01243) 820388 blazerm chest 46 vgc £15 PEUGEOT 206 clarion £30ono (01243) 543096 (01243) 870847 6CD changer and car- GARDEN hose, 50mtrs, tridge for boot, £20. Hozelock on reel, £18ono TELEVISIONS (01243) 866575 Tel: (01903) 242218 or MENS SHOES PAIR OF LEATHER 07751524606 TELEVISION 32" perfect motorcycle gaunlet BALCK and Decker gargloves, large size, £6. den strimmer, VGC with INDUSTRIAL work boot, picture, Panasonic hand set booklet £50 ono (01243) 583594 line and cable, £20 01903 black chelsea style, steel (01243) 829175 toecaps, never worn, size ONE PIECE motor cycle 783728 10, £10 Tel: (01903) suit, water and wind terracotta 248431 proof, cost £80, sell £20 VINTAGE TOYS & GAMES rhubarb forcers £70 each ono (01243) 583594 TOWN and Country (01243) 543458 wellington boots, size HAYNES manual, Escort, Orion 90-00 H-X smiley LONG handled lawn edg- 10/44, new, £20 Tel: 70 quality jigsaws puzzles, all complete, £3 face front, £5 01903 ing shears, working order, (01903) 503292 £3 Tel:(01903) 766207 each or offers, collect 248431 from Broadwater Tel: galvanised FREE TO TAKE AWAY ANTIQUE (01903) 210147 MOBILITY AIDS Air Conditioning Unit watering cans £40 each DUPLO mixed box 250+ 80x45x27 approx. 01293 (01243) 543458 pieces including sets £40 435373 MOBILITY chair, rise and (01243) 544176 fall, electric recliner, BOX of Car Boot goods, GOLFING colour terracotta, excelgood quality stuff, easily lent condition, F.W.O. free worth more £50 (01243) delivery £89 07811 WANTED 830699 GOLF shoes, Adidas 404046 ANTIQUE oak Captains spikeless white size 10, bath lift, LAWN bowls wanted, chair, traditionally, uphol- ex. cond., £20. (01243) ROMA rechargeable battery, no smaller sizes preferred. stered in Sanderson print 823197 electrics required Tel: (01903) 201345 or £65 (01243) 586298 ELECTRIC golf trolley, £45ono. (01243) 830483 07741 491951 TWO white breakfast bar serviced, recent battery chairs, £15 each vgc charger, VGC, £65 Tel: (01243) 870847 (01903) 779535 LARGE Rotary outdoor airer £5 Middleton (01243) 583594


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ANTIQUE brass sundial SANDERS x2, sheet GENERAL £70 (01243) 543458 sander and detail sander, £10 Each Tel: (01903) TWO seater sofa and matching chair gold fab718164 COMPUTER ric nearly new vgc call for RADIATORS four various details £100 (01243) ACCESSORIES sizes, £10 each or £25 583650 the lot, good condition, TEAK sideboard, L6' x NEW unopened printer 01903 417051 H2'6" x D18" 2 cupinks, T0713, T0712 for Epson DX5000 £10 the BLACK & Decker electric boards, 6 drawers, good two, printer has broken. drill 800w plus cordless condition, £30. Ferring drill, many drill bits, £10 (01903) 246227 01903 812908 each 01903 718164 SHERBOURNE electric FOR SALE DIY tools, lift and rise reclining armCYCLE anything £25 (01243) chair, excellent condition ACCESSORIES £90 (01243) 824707 or 773835 07933479168 CAR BICYCLE rack, SCHREIBER double takes two bikes, good BOOKS wardrobe with top cupcondition, used once £20 board in teak, height ono 01243 870462 73½", depth 20", width SIGNED autobiogra- 33" £35 (01243) 263976 phy's, Paula Radcliffe, Ian Botham, Rolf Harris, PINE coffee table, 4 CYCLES Tom Conti. £3 each, drawers and magazine rack, 42" wide, 23" deep, 01273 607231 20" high, £40 ono 01243 MEN AND WOMENS 870462 BIKES from £30 brought, LARGE manual reclining sold and repaired, FOR SALE armchair, dark brown, unwanted bikes collectleather, extremely good ed free must be in reasonable condition STOLL house £4 (01243) condition, £65 ono. 870847 (01243) 544722 (01243) 861961

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LADIES CLOTHES THREE white bras, as new, 34c, 36c and one black 34c £20 01903 730276 LADIES M & S brown leather jacket, as new, size 14, £25 (01903) 417051 LADIES 3/4 sheepskin coat, as new, size 12, £25 Tel: (01903) 417051

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PUBLIC NOTICES BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) ACT 1990 PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS) REGULATIONS 1990 The following applications involving or affecting the setting of Listed Buildings or affecting the character of a Conservation Area were registered during week ending 11/09/2015: BH2015/03120 & BH2015/03121 Top Flat 29 Brunswick Place Hove Full Planning and Listed Building Consent – Installation of 2no replacement double glazed timber sash windows to rear. (Part retrospective). BH2015/03160 Basement Flat 9 Norfolk Terrace Brighton Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of flat.

PUBLIC NOTICES BRIGHTON & HOVE CITY COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 NOTICE is hereby given that Brighton & Hove City Council (“the Council”) proposes to make the Orders named below under the relevant sections of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended which if they come into force will introduce various changes to the Disabled Badge Holders Parking Bays in part of the roads identified:BRIGHTON & HOVE VARIOUS CONTROLLED PARKING ZONES CONSOLIDATION ORDER 2015 AMENDMENT ORDER NO. * 201* (REF: TRO-21A-2015)

BH2015/03145 Flat 10 65 The Drive Hove Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of flat.

New Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places:-

BH2015/01603 21 Atlingworth Street Brighton Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of guest house to create 2no. additional guest rooms.

Removal of Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places

BH2015/03088 22-23 St Georges Road Brighton Advertisement – Display of externally illuminated fascia and projecting signs and non-illuminated fascia and information signs. BH2015/03099 Flat 7 17 Lewes Crescent Brighton Full Planning – Alteration to rear including replacement of roof hatch to flat roof with rooflight, insertion of timber sash window to side and repair and remedial works. BH2015/03100 Flat 7 17 Lewes Crescent Brighton Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of flat. External alterations to rear including replacement of roof hatch to flat roof with rooflight, insertion of timber sash window to side and repair and remedial works. BH2015/03133 Penthouse Flat 2 - 3 Chichester Terrace Brighton Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of flat. BH2015/03116 12 Cheltenham Place Brighton Householder Planning Consent – Replacement of existing timber single glazed windows with double glazed windows to front elevation. BH2015/03124 19 Prince’s Crescent Hove Householder Planning Consent – Demolition of existing conservatory, erection of garage and insertion of bi-folding doors to the rear. Creation of dwarf brick wall with timber fencing including sliding gate to car parking space, alterations to fenestration, associated works and landscaping. BH2015/02883 5 Roundhill Crescent Brighton Full Planning – Replacement of existing windows and door with timber sash windows to first floor front elevation. Erection of link bridge from ground floor to rear garden and replacement of window with timber door and associated alterations. BH2015/02884 5 Roundhill Crescent Brighton Listed Building Consent – Internal alterations to layout of house. Replacement of existing windows and door with timber sash windows to first floor front elevation. Erection of link bridge from ground floor to rear garden and replacement of window with timber door with associated alterations and repair work. BH2015/03078 2 Bazehill Road Brighton Householder Planning Consent – Removal of existing conservatory and erection of single storey rear extension. You can view the application on the Council website planning applications. Any representations should be made in writing to the Planning and Building Control Applications Manager, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road, Hove, BN3 3BQ, or via the website, within 21 days of this notice, quoting the application number. Please note that all representations received will be open for public inspection and late representations may not be considered. Jeanette Walsh, Planning and Building Control Applications Manager 18 September 2015.

At Any Time:- Princes Terrace (Zone H), Chester Terrace (Zone J) & Dyke Road (Zone Q)

As they are longer required or on the ground:Albion Street, Evelyn Terrace, Old Steine, Richmond Street, Royal Crescent Mews & Sutherland Road (Zone C), Chichester Terrace, Princes Terrace and Sudeley Place (Zone H), Beacosnfield Villas and Havelock Road (Zone J), Langdale Road, Marmion Road and Sheridan Terrace (Zone R), Queens Park Road (Zone U), Ditchling Road (Zone Y). Amendment to Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places This bay is to be relocated to a more suitable location:- Kingsway (Zone W) New Disabled Parking Holder Parking Places to be Time Limited:- Sutherland Road (Zone C), Portland Road (Zone R) BRIGHTON & HOVE OUTER AREAS (WAITING, LOADING AND PARKING) AND CYCLE LANES CONSOLIDATION ORDER 2013 AMENDMENT ORDER NO. * 201* (REF: TRO-21B-2015)

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New Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places:At Any Time:- Bexhill Road, Bolney Road, Brentwood Road, Glynde Road, Gordon Road (Portslade), Haig Avenue, Hallett Road, Hanover Terrace, Heath Hill Avenue, Hillside, Islingword Street, Loder Road, Lowther Road, Nesbitt Road, Roman Road, Selmeston Place, Southdown Road (Portslade), Wiston Road, Woodbourne Avenue & Worcester Villas. Removal of Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places which are no longer required or on the ground:50 Beatty Avenue, (opposite) 27 Birchgrove Crescent, (opposite) 115 Davey Drive (1 bay), 38-40 Franklin Street, 10 Graham Avenue (Portslade), 9 Highview Way, (adjoining 12 Hollingbury Crescent) Hollingdean Terrace, 70 Lincoln Street, 43A Loder Road, Cliff Court Park Road (Rottingdean), 317-319 Portland Road, 37 Sandown Road, Slinfold Close, 78 Station Road (Portslade) & Turton Close Amendment to Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places These bays are to be extended:- Lucerne Close, Shelldale Avenue Disabled Badge Holders Parking Places to be Time Limited:- Ladies Mile Road A copy of this Notice, the proposed Orders, plans showing the lengths of road affected and a statement of the Council’s reasons for proposing to make the Orders, may be seen online at These documents together with a copy of the existing Orders to be amended may also be examined at the Customer Service Centres at Bartholomew House, Bartholomew Square, Brighton (Monday to Friday 8.45am-4.30pm) and Hove Town Hall, Ground Floor, Norton Road, Hove, (Monday to Friday 8.45am-5.00pm). All objections and other representations relating to any or all of the proposed Orders must be made in writing and all objections must specify the grounds on which they are made and should be sent to the Executive Director Environment, Development & Housing, Brighton & Hove City Council, 2nd Floor Kings House, Grand Avenue Hove BN3 2LS (quoting the above reference) or by e-mail to parking. or online (see details above) no later than 9th October 2015 Please ensure that you include your full name and address. Dated: 18th September 2015. Executive Director Environment, Development & Housing, Brighton & Hove City Council c/o Parking Infrastructure, 2nd Floor, Kings House, Grand Avenue, Hove BN3 2LS

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Following a restructure we now have some exciting new opportunities within our Estates & Facilities service: Corporate Estates & Facilities Business Unit Leader ref: LDMA045 Salary: Up to £50,864 pa + £5K market supplement

We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced leader to be the Council’s technical advisor, as well heading up our dedicated Estates and Facilities Management team. You will be responsible for making the Council aware of all aspects of its landed estate and ensuring it is run efficiently and cost effectively. You will be an enthusiastic, committed individual with proven experience of working corporately at a senior management level, as well as dealing with capital projects, investment and effective in-house estates and facilties management.

Facilities & Services Surveyor

ref: COTD092

Salary: Up to £33,857 pa + £5K market supplement

We are looking for an experienced, dedicated surveyor to work on our current and planned new build and improvement projects, from the initial design to final on site completion. Preference will be given to full Members of the RICS or BIFM. You will be working with a team of five staff, as well as external consultants (when required), and be the Business Unit’s technical advisor and first point of contact for relevant issues, so sound knowledge and good communication skills are key requirements.

Building Surveyor & Team Leader

ref: COTD089

Salary: Up to £38,405 pa + £5K market supplement

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Building Surveyor and Team Leader whose responsibilities will include identifying opportunities and projects to maximise income from the Councils’ property portfolio, as well as investigating the delivery of development sites and opportunities to secure capital receipts. We require a motivated and committed individual with excellent communication skills, solid project management skills and the ability to think strategically.


For a recruitment pack, apply online by visiting www.midsussex. - click on Working at MSDC

We are looking for individuals who are able to communicate tactfully and effectively with the public, often in difficult and challenging circumstances. You will be required to work as part of a team, patrolling Council car parks and highways throughout the district to enforce the parking regulations in accordance with the Traffic Management Act 2004 and to assist the public with their enquiries, in a helpful and sensitive manner. The hours of work will be an average 37-hour week, which will include early morning, evening and Saturday work by a rota basis. You will be provided with a uniform and have use of pool cars for Council business - therefore you will need to hold a current manual driving licence.

Parking Officer ref: COTD049

We are looking for an organised, flexible and efficient person to work within our Parking Services Department in an office based admin role connected with parking enforcement e.g. the processing of penalty charge notices including appeals, payments and debt recovery of any outstanding charges. Your responsibilities will also include being involved with the administration of a residents’ parking scheme and the Council’s car parks. You must be able to communicate tactfully and effectively with the public, have the aptitude to use your own initiative and possess computer proficiency with good IT familiarity.

Our Reablement team works with Hampshire County Council with their REACT service, supporting individuals to regain their independence in their own home. We offer contracted hours for contact time delivering care, paid travel time at your hourly rate, up to £9.44 per hour and £250 welcome bonus.

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Can You Be Firm But Fair Whilst Keeping Our Streets and Car Parks Free of Illegally Parked Cars...?

Civil Enforcement Officers ref: COTD055

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For an informal discussion regarding these positions, please call Lucy Mason on 01444 477202. MSDC is an employer of fir st c hoice - valuing diver sity and equal oppor tunity

For a recruitment pack, apply online by visiting www.midsussex. - click on Working at MSDC Alternatively email recruit@midsussex. or call our Recruitment Hotline on 01444 477506 or write to Personnel Division, Mid Sussex District Council, Oaklands Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 1SS.

No CVs or agency applications BOTH ROLES ATTRACT A SALARY OF £16,969 - £18,376 pa. And for both roles you Any job offer is subject will find fuller details on our website at: > Working at MSDC to Basic Disclosure and We greatly value our employees and in return offer the following attractive benefits: Barring Service (DBS) ● Generous holiday entitlement ● Personal & professional training opportunities ● Significant clearance. savings to membership of our 3 superb Health & Fitness Clubs ● Local Government Pension Scheme ● Commitment to work-life balance and Family Friendly working practices ● Childcare voucher scheme ● Flexible working hours Close date: 25th Sept 2015. Interview dates: 8th Oct or 9th Oct 2015. MSDC is an employer of fir st c hoice - valuing diver sity and equal oppor tunity

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Close date for all roles: 24 Sept 2015 Interview dates: w/c 5 & 12 Oct 2015


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required for the Fort Widley Equestrian Centre which is part of the Peter Ashley Activity Centres Trust situated on portsdowbn Hill, Portsmouth. This is a live in position for a person who is capable of a variety of building maintenance skills. Applicants should be prepared to work outside all year round. Salary Negotiable includes a 2 bed flat and all utility bills package. Applications and further details please contact the General Manager on 02392321223 or CV to; Application closing date 30th September 2015.

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ROUNDHILL CRESCENT ÂŁ650,000 Freehold An exciting blend of Victorian elegance and contemporary style ensure this property stands apart. An attention to detail is evident throughout, whether it is the intelligently landscaped garden or opulence of the of the free standing bath in the master bedroom. A truly exceptional property.

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Owning a listed property Living in a listed property brings certain responsibilities, which put some people off the idea. But, if you live in Brighton and Hove and especially on the coastal strip, you more than likely are living in a listed property in a conservation area. And, if you are buying in the area, it’s quite likely your purchase will be listed Grade 1 or 2. If you are buying a listed home, you obviously can’t just do whatever you want to the place, and for some, this is tantamount to an infringement of their civil liberties. Thankfully, however, there are also plenty of you who will happily forgo your right to rip out Georgian paneling to make way for a 50-inch plasma screen, preferring to regard yourself as a custodian of a piece of our shared architectural heritage. In fact, owning a listed property – particularly the 90% or so that have been awarded Grade II status - is not necessarily all that onerous in terms of the restrictions on what you can and can’t do. The reality is that most properties evolve over time, and the fact that a building is listed does not mean that it can never change. In reality, the relevant authorities’ main concern is that a listed property should be preserved, rather than being allowed to go to rack and ruin - and they are aware that this is likely to involve some concessions to the demands of modern living. You only have to look around at listed properties which have already been modernised, to see that it’s perfectly possible to install every creature comfort, from luxury fitted kitchens to wet rooms. Nevertheless, the fact remains that owners of any listed property must first apply for listed building consent (and planning permission) from their local planning authority, before starting any significant work. If you have a Grade 1 listing, you need to be careful about any alterations at all and check thoroughly as alterations without consent can bite back very painfully! Things requiring consent will almost always include extensions, the replacement of windows or doors, or altering the internal layout. External changes will generally be vetoed, especially if Grade 1, so be extra careful. To be on the safe side, the best thing to do is to take the advice of the conservation officer at your local authority well before you start drawing up any plans which are going to cost you too much. Finally, just a word of advice if you are thinking of buying a listed property: make sure you use a surveyor with good experience of such things – and by the same token, it is also advisable to use a solicitor who is familiar with the sort of anomalies that may crop up during legal enquiries. This generally means to use a local solicitor or surveyor here in Brighton and Hove as they are all used to the vagaries of local leases, freehold and planning issues which need addressing and will ask the right questions on your behalf. Do also quiz agents you deal with to ensure they give you the correct information about listing and consents. They have an obligation to ensure you are correctly advised. We have so many beautiful listed buildings in the City, if that is your wish, you should be able to find one, and it may even have a sea view! Best of luck. Paul Bonett F.N.A.E.A. M.A.R.L.A. Twitter:@bonettpa

Chesham Road, Kemp Town Guide Price £650,000 £700,000

Roedean Terrace, Roedean £550,000

Currently arranged as a 3/4 bedroom house over 4 storeys and with planning permission to extend the existing loft room, this attractive period terraced house in popular Kemp Town offers flexible accommodation with scope for upgrading. Plans also exist to create a self contained flat in the basement.

Period house in this delightful location with a large South facing garden which has open views to sea. Great open plan living space leading to a sociable Kitchen/breakfast room, 2 tiered garden, 3 bedrooms, light and bright main bedroom with en-suite, a bathroom as well, garage and further off road parking, all this and no chain !!

Rottingdean Place, Rottingdean £379,950

Marine Parade, Brighton £300,000

Exclusive and secure apartment with two double bedrooms in a luxury development with excellent leisure facilities, backing onto the South Downs national park .The apartment is tastefully decorated with a neutral palette and has the benefit of a balcony accessed from the living room and both bedrooms.

A one bedroom ground floor flat forming part of this attractive period seafront building. The spacious living room has a high ceiling and a direct sea view. Also has a front garden, modern bathroom and kitchen. Would make an ideal second home or first time purchase.

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3 Bed house with southerly aspect rear garden Newly refurbished throughout Off road parking space Modern fitted kitchen and bathrooms. EPC B84 Call Woodingdean Office 01273 278866.

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@BrightonIndy Friday, September 18, 2015


Next generation Nissan Juke to be built in Britain ■ Second

generation Juke to strengthen Nissan’s crossover leadership ■ Further £100 million investment in future of UK’s biggest car plant ■ UK chancellor welcomes outlook for 34,000 automotive jobs Five years after inventing the small crossover, Nissan announced a new generation Nissan Juke is set for production in the UK. The estimated £100 million investment is a further endorsement of the quality of output from the Sunderland plant, and a statement of Nissan’s intention to remain the undisputed crossover leader. Following the launch of the second generation Nissan Qashqai in 2013, future Juke allocation points to a secure future for both production lines in Sunderland and the jobs of 34,000 people currently employed by Nissan and its British


suppliers beyond 2020. Nissan Europe chairman, Paul Willcox joined colleagues in Sunderland to celebrate the announcement on September 3. Willcox said: “The Juke’s unique design is one of the reasons Nissan is now the undisputed crossover leader, underpinning five consecutive years of sales growth in Europe. “With the next generation Juke now confirmed for future production,customers can be assured that Nissan is going to remain the benchmark in the crossover segment for many years to come. “This announcement

also gives security to our Sunderland plant beyond 2020, which the team has earned through many years of hard work and their ability to continually raise the bar on quality.” Giving a further boost to the UK car industry, Nissan’s European design team in Paddington, London, and European Engineering Headquarters in Cranfield, Bedfordshire, will be instrumental in the development of this new model – ensuring the European customer needs and taste are incorporated into the second generation Juke. The UK’s chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, said: “It’s fantastic news that Nissan will be building their new car here in Sunderland and securing valuable jobs for thousands of working people in the area. “Our ambitious plan to build the Northern


Nissan is now the biggest carmaker in the history of the UK car industry, with annual output exceeding 500,000

Powerhouse means building on the area’s strengths – including manufacturing - and this announcement is an important sign of Britain being chosen as a global leader in car production.” Now firmly established as the reference point for B-segment crossovers, and Nissan’s second best-selling car in Europe, Juke has been turning heads since its launch in 2010 on Nissan’s Line two in Sunderland. Its success has led to the Sunderland plant achieving 500,000 volumes in each of the past three years, with 80% of output exported to

more than 130 markets. Current models also include the Nissan Note and the allelectric Nissan LEAF, with production of the Infiniti Q30 due to begin later this year. Refreshed in 2014, the Juke is now offered with personalisation options and a host of exciting and innovative technology and styling features. Additionally and also made in Sunderland, the Juke NISMO RS is the performance version of the popular crossover, with years of racetrack heritage taken from the enigmatic NISMO brand marrying the

Juke with impressive power credentials, aggressive styling and optimum handling capabilities. Nissan is now the most substantial carmaker in the history of the UK car industry, with annual output exceeding 500,000 in each of the last three years and currently includes the Nissan Qashqai, Juke, Note and all-electric LEAF. Nissan employs nearly 8,000 people in its UK design, engineering, sales and manufacturing operations, supporting an additional 27,000 jobs in the UK supply chain plus 3,900 in dealerships.


AND NOW WITH 3 YEARS FREE SERVICING REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE FOR MICRA 1.2 ACENTA 5DR Deposit paid by customer ......... £2,000 Deposit contribution by Nissan .. £3,000 36 monthly payments of.............£121.88 Price................................................ £12,065 Amount of credit.............................£7,065

Final payment ........................... £3,807.60 Total amount payable by customer ............................ £10,195.28 Rate of interest ................................3.55%


Based on 6,000 miles per annum





YEOMANS NISSAN WORTHING 35 Brougham Road, Worthing BN11 2NR 01903 820 442 Opening hours 8.30-6 Monday to Friday, 9-5 Saturday and 10-4 Sunday

FINANCE EXAMPLE FOR NOTE 1.2 ACENTA 5DR Deposit paid by customer .......... £2,000 Deposit contribution by Nissan .. £3,500 36 monthly payments of.............£153.11 Price.................................................£14,175 Amount of credit............................ £8,675

Final payment ........................... £4,537.20 Total amount payable by customer ............................ £12,049.16 Rate of interest ................................3.55% APR........................................................6.9%

Based on 8,000 miles per annum

FINANCE EXAMPLE FOR PULSAR 1.2DIG-T ACENTA 5DR Deposit paid by customer .......... £3,000 Deposit contribution by Nissan .. £3,000 36 monthly payments of.............£170.91 Price................................................ £18,495 Amount of credit.......................... £12,495

Final payment ........................... £7,838.40 Total amount payable by customer .............................£16,991.16 Rate of interest ...................................2.5% APR.....................................................4.86%

Based on 8,000 miles per annum

YEOMANS NISSAN BOGNOR REGIS Unit 1 Arun Business Park, Bognor Regis PO22 9SX 01243 820 022

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may be required. You must be at least 18 and a UK resident (excluding the Isle of Man and Channel Islands). Terms and conditions apply, please visit or your local dealer for full details. Offers not available in conjunction with any schemes or other offers. Vehicle price includes first registration fee and 12 months’ road fund licence. Vehicles are shown for illustration purposes only. These offers supersede all previously advertised offers. Prices correct at time of going to press. Offers are subject to availability. Licenced credit brokers, written details available on request, finance is subject to status. E&OE.


Fuel economy figures for the NISSAN RANGE mpg (l/100km). Urban 56.5 - 15.5 (5.0 - 18.2), Extra Urban 76.5 - 30.7 (3.6 - 9.2), Combined 68.9 - 22.6 (4.1 - 12.5). CO2 emissions 95 - 295 g/km. Offer valid until 30th September 2015 at participating dealers only and subject to vehicle availability. Finance provided by RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 149, Watford WD17 1FJ. Subject to status. Guarantees and indemnities

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The new HR-V. Just right in every way. See it for yourself at Brighton Honda.

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HR-V 1.6 i-DTEC SE NAVI (Honda Connect)















1 Stoney Lane, Holmbush Roundabout, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex BN43 6LA Call 01273 592929 or visit Fuel consumption figures for the HR-V SE NAVI 1.6 i-DTEC Manual in mpg (l/100km): Urban 64.2 (4.4), Extra Urban 72.4 (3.9), Combined 68.9 (4.1). CO 2 emissions: 108g/km. Fuel consumption figures sourced from official EU-regulated laborator y test results, are provided for comparison purposes and may not reflect real-life driving experience Model Shown: HR-V SE NAVI 1.6 i-DTEC Manual in White Orchid Pearl at £22,630 On The Road (OTR). Terms and Conditions: New retail HR-V ordered from 01 August 2015 to 30 September 2015 and registered by 30 September 2015. Subject to model and colour availability. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter’s absolute discretion. Not to be used along with any other offers currently available. *Honda deposit contribution: £500 Honda deposit contribution on new HR-V models purchased through Honda Aspirations. HR-V SE NAVI 1.6 i-DTEC Manual Honda Aspirations (PCP): 5.9% APR Representative example shown based on HR-V SE NAVI 1.6 i-DTEC Manual in White Orchid Pearl at £22,630 total cash price with 37 months 5.9% APR Representative PCP (interest rate per annum 5.68% fixed). Minimum customer deposit 0%, maximum customer deposit 30%. You do not have to pay the Final Payment if you return the car at the end of the agreement and you have paid all other amounts due, the vehicle is in good condition and has been serviced in accordance with the Honda service book and the maximum annual mileage has not been exceeded. Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL. Honda Finance Europe plc is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541. 5 Years Servicing includes: All scheduled servicing, as detailed in the vehicles service book, will be covered for 5 years or 62,500 miles, whichever comes first. 5 Years Servicing is optional. It is being offered for £555 including VAT (usual value £1,430 including VAT, resulting in a £875 saving for the customer) and is available to finance or non-finance customers. Please note, should you sell the vehicle during the period of cover, the package remains with the vehicle.


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Championship Yellow cards: Kazenga LuaLua Sam Hutchinson Aaron Tshibola Sol Bamba Joe Garner Shane Duffy Dale Stephens Mark Hudson Samir Carruthers Alou Diarra Moses Odubajo David Vaughan Eric Lichaj Chris Maguire John Welsh Kyle John McFadzean Danny Guthrie Oliver Norwood Maikel Kieftenbeld


Yellow cards received by Brighton & Hove Albion’s

5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

2015/2016 SEASON

League table:

Game outcomes:


Home team: 29 wins

29% 35%

25 draws


Away teams: 24 wins

Goals scored: Home goals


Away goals

108 94 Total goals scored


PWD Brighton 7 4 0 Mbrough 7 3 0 Burnley 7 3 1 Hull 7 3 0 Ipswich 7 2 0 Cardiff 7 2 1 Birminghm6 2 1 QPR 7 1 2 Nottm Frst 7 1 1 Derby 7 0 2 Reading 7 1 2 Charlton 7 2 1 Fulham 6 1 1 Leeds 7 0 3 Wolvhptn 6 1 1 MKDons 7 1 0 Bolton 7 1 3 Sheff Wed 7 1 1 Preston 7 0 2 Huddersfld7 0 2 Brentford 6 0 1 Bristol C 7 0 1 Blackburn 7 0 2 Rotherhm 7 0 1

L 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 2

F 5 8 8 6 6 5 7 9 3 3 5 6 4 3 5 1 3 4 3 2 3 5 2 2

AW 1 2 2 1 4 1 1 1 4 2 3 1 5 1 8 2 3 2 4 2 2 1 4 0 4 1 4 1 5 1 3 1 2 0 4 0 5 1 3 1 5 1 8 1 3 0 7 0


D 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1

L 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 3

F 6 4 3 4 6 5 4 4 4 4 5 2 5 4 3 5 0 3 1 3 6 4 4 5


Fixtures: A 4 2 4 4 8 4 2 4 3 2 4 3 4 3 5 5 4 6 2 6 7 7 6 9

Pts GD 19 6 14 8 14 3 13 5 13 0 12 3 11 4 11 1 11 1 10 1 9 4 9 1 8 1 8 0 7 -2 7 -2 7 -3 6 -3 6 -3 6 -4 5 -3 5 -6 4 -3 2 -9

FRIDAY 18 SEPTEMBER Ipswich v Birmingham C


SATURDAY 19 SEPTEMBER Nottm Frst v Mbrough 12.30 Blackburn R v Charlton Ath 15.00 Brentford v Preston 15.00 Bristol City v Reading 15.00 Huddersfield v Bolton W 15.00 Hull City v QPR 15.00 MK Dons v Leeds Utd 15.00 Rotherham v Cardiff 15.00 Sheff Wed v Fulham 15.00 Wolvhptn v Brighton HA 15.00 MONDAY 21 SEPTEMBER Derby C v Burnley


THURSDAY 24 SEPTEMBER Huddersfield v Nottm Frst 19:45








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82% 18%

League goals scored by QPR’s Charlie Austin



Kazenga LuaLua




goals scored by Ipswich’s Freddie Sears

Luke Freeman Jordan Hugill Dorian Dervite Orlando Sa


53% 47%

Red cards:

n Brighton 2 n Wolves 9

n Brighton 7 n Wolves 8

Fouls: 1 1 1 1

n Brighton 8

53% 47% n Wolves 7 SHOTS BY TEAM: Brighton and Hove Albion:

Top 10 scorers:

Austin (QPR) 5 Hemed (Brighton HA) 5 Sears (Ipswich) 4 Martin (Derby County) 4 Blackman (Reading ) 4 Orlando Sa (Reading ) 4


29% 14%


n Missed: 4 n Saved: 1 n Goals: 2

Red card received by

Orlando Sa

Wolves 10%

25% 30%

Week 5

60% 75%

n Missed: 6 n Saved: 2 n Goals: 0

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Don’t miss the latest news about the Seagulls via Twitter @BHIndyAlbion

Friday, September 18, 2015

Next up at the Amex…


Brighton and Hove Albion v Cardiff City in the Championship on Saturday, October 3, kick-off 3pm Tickets available online at or by calling 0844 327 1901

Seagulls look to keep momentum going at Wolves Bradley Stratton @BradStrat Having carried on where they left off from before the international break, Albion will be hoping to keep their impressive start to the season going with a tough trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers. Chris Hughton’s side have picked back-to-back home wins over Hull City and Rotherham United to take them five points clear at the top of the Championship. It’s a remarkable start that, as has already been said numerous times, very few people would have predicted. The stark contrast with their last league campaign is clearly evident. Albion have picked up 19 points by the middle of September, and last season it took until just before Christmas to reach that amount. Ironically, they reached that tally on their

The Albion Roar Alan Wares @albionroar Five-goal Tomer Hemed turns his man against Rotherham United (Photograph: Paul Hazlewood, BHAFC)

last visit to Molineux, a 1-1 draw that was Sami Hyypia’s final game in charge for Albion before tendering his resignation. At that time, the former Premier League side were among the challenging pack of sides looking for promotion to the top flight. They have, however, yet to

truly recapture that form yet this season. Kenny Jackett’s side have picked up two wins from their six games so far this season, with three narrow defeats. Their smartest business of the transfer window looks to be keeping hold of Benik Afobe, who was pursued by Norwich over the summer.

Albion fans pay tribute to 11 who died at Shoreham

Photographs: Angela Brinkhurst

The former Arsenal youth player scored 13 goals after signing for Wolves in January and has netted three times so far this campaign. With Adam Le Fondre alongside him up front, they both know where the goal is at this level and will be a threat to Albion’s unbeaten league run this weekend.

Five points clear. How did that happen? While everyone can see we’ve clearly improved it took us until December 20 to get to 19 points last season - it’s not that obvious we’re all aboard the allconquering, Championshipdemolishing, Premier League-bound Bullet Train. Yet.

What we do seem to be doing is simply the basics quite well, with a couple of Kazenga backflips thrown in. And in Tomer Hemed, we appear to have unearthed a genuine sniffer in front of goal. We have a couple of socialmedia gurus on the show this week: Jason Thackeray and Jem Stone. On air at noon on 97.2FM, online at, or on DAB

Hemed is 13/2 to score opener at Wolves Jack Milner @JJMSports The Seagulls remain 7/1 for the title at BetVictor, behind Middlesbrough (7/4); they are 7/4 to be playing Premier League football next term irrespective of whether it is automatic promotion or via the play-offs. Chris Hughton has done a magnificent job, but all at the Amex will be well aware that the division is a real marathon. That said, this is a brilliant start and they will certainly not lack in confidence against a Wolves side who lost at Bolton last weekend and were not in midweek action. Wolves are, surprisingly perhaps, 11/8 favourites to keep all three points in the Black Country - with the draw 12/5 and Albion 9/4. Tomer Hemed has scored four goals in the last three Championship games and

the Israeli international is 13/2 at BetVictor to score the opening goal at Wolves and 12/5 to continue his rich scoring form at anytime. Wolves have failed to keep a clean sheet in eight competitive games this season - although they

Wolves have failed to keep a clean sheet in eight competitive games this season” have found the back of the net in all bar one of their fixtures. Both teams to score is priced at 9/10 and

that might be the value. I think Chris Hughton’s side may have to settle for a point and a 1-1 draw (11/2 at BetVictor) is the recommendation. There are some other big games in the Championship this weekend and Burnley (11/4) travel to the iPro on Monday for a meeting with a Derby (23/20) side who have gained backto-back wins on the road in the last week and are beginning to look like the title challengers many expected them to be at the start of the campaign. Jack Milner is public relations officer for BetVictor. For all the latest odds, visit:

Championship title odds with BetVictor Middlesbrough 13/8 Brighton & Hove Albion 7/1 Hull City 7/1 Derby County 8/1

Friday, September 18, 2015





Sunday 4th October

C&K Basildon LFC

Cardiff City LFC

Kick-off: 2.00pm

Kick-off: 2.00pm






& K BA


Sunday 20th September


Sussex County FA Headquarters Culver Road, Lancing BN15 9AX


Coventry United LFC

Kick-off: 2.00pm

Sunday 1st November


Pickup Points:– Brighton, Hove, Southwick, Shoreham, Lancing, Worthing, Goring by Sea

Gt Yarmouth — St George Hotel 9th-13th November 5 Days £179 ——————————— Tenby — Clarence House Hotel 9th-13th November 5 Days £249 ———————————Llandudno — Chatsworth House Hotel 9th-13th November 5 Days £205 ——————————— Torquay — Rainbow Hotel 16th-20th November 5 Days £189 ———————————Folkestone — Southcliff Hotel 23rd-27th November 5 Days £179 ———————————Southport — Prince of Wales Hotel 30th Nov-4th Dec 5 Days £185 ———————————Royal Hotel — Scarborough 30th Nov-4th Dec 5 Days £185 ———————————Weston-s-Mare — Sandringham Hotel 7th-11th December 5 Days £199 ———————————Exmouth — Ashton Court Hotel 7th-11th December 5 Days £185 ———————————— Bournemouth — Royal Bath Hotel 7th-11th December 5 Days £225 ———————————Babbacombe — Anchorage Hotel 14th-18th December 5 Days £179

Brighton & Hove Independent - 18 September 2015  

Brighton & Hove Independent - 18 September 2015