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Sainsbury’s Superstore in Bourne will be holding a stall at the Christmas Lights event on November 30th to raise money for their charity partner Dementia Support South Lincs.

There will be tickets to a Grand Draw and the stall will have lots of small fun games including one where you pay 50p for a key and if it opens a cupboard with a glass front you get to win what’s inside the cabinet! Dementia Support South Lincs was chosen by staff and customers at Sainsbury’s. The charity covers the Bourne, Deeping and Stamford area of Lincolnshire and aims to support and improve the quality of life of people living with dementia and their carers. Money raised will help the charity towards its ultimate goals which are; to reduce social isolation which can occur when living with dementia, offer access to information on a wide range of topics and to provide a better understanding of the diagnosis. Store Manager Nicki Richardson said: “We like supporting our local community and our local charities. This charity was chosen by the customers and we are looking forward to doing more with them over the next few months. “After this some of our staff members will be taking part in the Santa Fun Run at Burghley House in Stamford on December 15th.” The store is also encouraging children to have a go at making a Christmas bauble to go on a tree at the Christmas Tree Festival in the Methodist Church. Cardboard templates of baubles will be available from the Coffee Shop and Customer Service desk. Children can take the templates home and decorate their bauble. They then need to bring it back in and it will be displayed on a tree at the Christmas Tree Festival which is being held on the same weekend as the switching-on of the Christmas lights After the Festival the tree will be moved into the store.

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Bespoke framing and high quality art For an original Christmas gift visit ArtisAnD Framing in Angel Precinct. Owner Andy Rossiter offers bespoke framing using traditional methods and can frame all sorts of items in all sorts of materials – making that Christmas present or treat for yourself totally unique. He is a member of the Fine Art Guild and can colour match frames as well as offering many different types of glass, including UV protective glass which stops pictures from fading. Andy has framed lots of items including football shirts, model cars, Indian and Persian rugs, old maps, old pictures and sketches. He has recently framed some ceramic spoons and the AA Rosette plates which are on display in the Bull Hotel in Peterborough. He has around 2,000 styles of quality mount frames to choose from and prices depend on the size and materials used in the artwork. The framing gets done in his unit and the work is done openly, so visitors to the shop can see him at work. Andy also stocks limited edition prints from artists such as Sue Howells, Kate Wyatt, Timmy Mallet, Sam Toft and Tabitha Salmon. He also has access to thousands of open edition prints. For further information visit the website www.artisandframingandart.co.uk

New Sophie Allport showroom

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ophie Allport is a family business based in The Barn, King Street Industrial Estate near Langtoft. The business was set up in 2007 by Lincolnshire designer Sophie and her brother Jem. Sophie designs wonderful fabric, oilcloth, stationery and fine bone china collections while her accountancytrained brother runs the business side of things. Her best-selling Chicken, Busy Bee, Rose and Labrador collections are an example of how the countryside and nature inspires her designs. Sophie’s new Stag range is perfect for the festive season and her new Game Birds fine bone china will appeal to lovers of the beautiful Pheasant and Partridge. A new showroom and a seconds shop has opened in King Street. The showroom is open Mondays – Fridays from 9am – 5pm but will also be opening on Saturdays from November 4th to December 14th. There are also other homewares for sale including lamps, furniture, lanterns, mirrors and some beautiful bronze sculptures.

Come and visit our Showroom & Seconds Shop!

By visiting the Sophie Allport shop, you can take advantage of the ample free parking and the exclusive in-shop offers not available on the website. www.sophieallport.com 0845 0177 866

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Discovering Bourne readers can claim 10% off Sophie Allport’s products. Simply take along your copy of this publication to the shop before the end of November and pick up some wonderful Christmas gifts for loved ones and a few treats for yourself!

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We Are Currently Recruiting In This Area Caregivers needed to assist our client within their own homes to improve their quality of life. Must be friendly, cheerful and dependable. Flexible and part-time hours available. Good rates of pay and full training provided. Caregivers must be able to drive and have their own transport Please call us on: 01778 243100 Email: clare.roberts@homeinstead.co.uk Visit: www.homeinstead.co.uk

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Exciting times at

Headstart Nursery

Headstart Day Nursery is part of a group of privately owned nurseries in the Lincolnshire area which has been established since 1994. The nursery was awarded ‘good’ with outstanding elements in December 2012 and is recognised as a quality provider of childcare by Birth to Five.

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We Are Currently Recruiting In This Area Caregivers needed to assist our client within their own homes to improve their quality of life. Must be friendly, cheerful and dependable. Flexible and part-time hours available. Good rates of pay and full training provided. Caregivers must be able to drive and have their own transport

eadstart Day Nursery in Bourne is entering into a new and exciting era with new manager Stephanie Barrett who has experience in primary school and early years settings. Stephanie is currently in her final year of her BA Hons in Early Childhood studies with Early Years Teacher Status and has lived in Bourne for 28 years. Stephanie is supported by Clare Thorold who has been at the nursery for 11 years and a team of nursery practitioners who all have the appropriate childcare qualifications. Stephanie’s ethos is very much that of learning indoors and outdoors through child initiated play and ensuring parents and children are well supported during their time at the nursery. Headstart provides a real home from home experience and prides itself on the quality of care and learning that is provided. The nursery has space for 80 children and can take babies from birth. The setting is something quite special with the backdrop of the Red Hall which and some lovely outdoor spaces which can be utilised. Stephanie is busy putting her plans into practice. She said: “One is to have stronger links with the community, so keep your eyes peeled for us out and around the town with upcoming seasonal

events in the town centre and at local supermarkets. “We have a brand new Clubhouse which provides before and after school care for children aged 4-11 years old and a walking bus from Westfield Primary School. “At Headstart Nursery we actively encourage new parents and children to come and look around the nursery and operate an open door policy.”

For further information contact Stephanie Barrett or Clare Thorold on 01778 393925 or headstartbourne@aol.co.uk

Please call us on: 01778 243100 Email: clare.roberts@homeinstead.co.uk Visit: www.homeinstead.co.uk

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A word from

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hat a beautiful September we have enjoyed, the weather has been perfect. This is a favourite time of the year for me when the fields are being harvested. Our garden has produced an abundance of fruit this year so the house smells of wonderful homemade chutney, jams and jellies. We just needed a couple more weeks of warmth for all of our bunches of grapes to be fully ripe - the saying “much wants more” springs to mind. Again we have met some very special people and been invited to lovely events. We were happy to attend the Gala organised by Friends of Butterfield to raise money for the centre, many community groups joined in so there were a wide variety of stalls and refreshments. We also visited Worth Court for their Summer Fête; again a lovely event and an opportunity for us to visit this wonderful facility and meet some of the staff and residents. It was heartening to hear from one lady who had only been a resident of Worth Court for a couple of weeks but said she wished she had moved before because she felt so at home there, after living for over 50 years in the same house in Bourne before she moved. The Big Coffee Morning organised by Jane

Mulhern raised an incredible £830 for the Marie Curie nurses and it was a very hectic morning with a queue sometimes forming as so many wanted to support such a good cause; the

CELEBRATE YOUR CHRISTMAS MOMENTS cakes were really delicious! Allotments have again become very popular all over the country and Bourne is no exception to this trend and it was my privilege to present the Mayor’s prize to Angie Free, other prizes were presented to Malcolm Sleight, Alan Parish, and David Jackson. Well done to them and all the allotment owners. We also support Mayors in other towns and enjoyed a Last Night of Proms concert given by the Stamford Brass Band in the Theatre at Stamford, and a concert given by The Coldstream Guards in Lincoln Cathedral in aid of ABF The Soldiers Charity. We also went to the Service and the laying of wreaths for the Commemoration and Thanksgiving for victory in the Battle of Britain which was held in Stamford.

That brings me to a very important event in the Bourne calendar namely the Remembrance Day Parade and service held in the Memorial Gardens at 11.45am on Sunday November 10th. A service follows in our beautiful Abbey Church to which all are welcome. This is a way we can support our troops and their families past and present and remember those who sacrificed everything to give us the freedom we enjoy. The Memorial Garden in front of the Derby and Joan Club will be opened on the 2nd November at 2pm and you are invited to place a cross in remembrance after this time.

How to get in touch

If you would like to get in touch with David, please email sally@discoveringbourne.co.uk with ‘Mayor’ in the subject heading

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New Craft and Collectable Centre opens in Bourne A fantastic new Craft and Collectables Centre has opened in Bourne packed full of handmade crafts and unusual collections.

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Sundays - 10.30am-12.00pm (ages 3-12) Wednesdays - 6.30pm-7.30pm (ages 7-12)

The centre also has a separate room for workshops, craft courses and demos

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“We’ve also got some suns and moons plaques which are really unusual.” The centre also has a separate room for workshops, craft courses, demos etc. Ms Saunders said: “So far, I’ve got quilting, patchwork, glass painting planned and artists have enquired about doing classes there which will soon be finalised.”

Magpies Nest, Burghley Street, Bourne, LIncs, PE10 9NS Telephone : 07442131057 Email: magpiesnestcraft@gmail.com The shop is open on Mondays – Saturdays from 10am – 5pm and on Sundays from 11am – 4pm. 24

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nheriting a house full of collectables from her uncle encouraged owner Rose Saunders to fulfil a life-long ambition and open her own Craft and Collectable Centre. A former care worker, Rose has been brought up loving crafts, and after finding herself needing to dispose of tonnes of collections she decided it was just the push she needed to to start her own shop. Ms Saunders’ friend Gaynor Leigh is working alongside her in the five-roomed building, formerly the children’s nursery in Burghley Street. The centre has attracted interest from local artists and woodworkers and many of its spaces to rent have already been taken up. Collectables, shabby chic furniture, wirework jewellery and patchwork are just a few of the things on sale. Ms Saunders said: “We have a very good artist who sells greetings cards from her paintings, we have a beadworker, two very good woodworkers – one who makes tables and stools, and one who makes beautiful rocking horses and a grandfather clock.

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m or rf pe ns io ot om Pr ge ed H g in tt Cu at Wild Heart Music Shop & Cafe On Wednesday 9th October 'Wild Heart Music Shop & Cafe' opened its doors for an unusual event of live music provided by Cutting Hedge Promotions. CHP is a non-profit making local music promotion company ran by students and teachers from Bourne Academy who provide the musicians and technicians with the equipment and a platform in which to put on these growing nights of alternative and original music for the public's viewing pleasure. For this particular evening there was the added luxury of a warm welcome and delicious home-cooked lasagne or quiche with a side dressing of salad and garlic bread. The entry fee was of course free and the food a bargain at £5.95 for an adult portion. By 7pm the doors were well and truly wide open and the cafe side of the venue atmospheric with many well behaved young students also happy to stand and appreciate the music on offer. First up was Alex Bullivant, the first time that he has publicly performed his solo material since having to take a short 'time-out' period from his regular position as frontman for 'Half Time Radio', due to one of the members being university bound this year. His confidence and stage presence was a pleasure to behold and his experience ensured that the night got off to a great start. Leona Bilby (a Year 11 student from Bourne Academy) was next up and although apparently nervous to be performing in public for just the third time, Leona was enigmatic and cool and let her beautiful melodic tunes do the talking - simply stunning stuff! Emily Morgan played next and thrashed out a fantastic twenty minute set of her best works played in her very unique way, at times exploring the semi-acoustic for its percussive qualities to support her rhythmically driven material and haunting vocals. By 8.30pm we were ready for our headline act of the night as Harry Preen and Sam Harding (both from Bourne Academy) took to the small

stage situated in front of the shop window against an atmospheric backdrop of colour-changing lighting and traditional white t-cups lit up by the moving illuminations. 'Two Fifths of Albion' as they were to be known for the rest of the night, didn't seem like less than half a band at all, their preparation was somewhat thorough and their appearance and persona highly professional. They looked the part and sounded even more so, the hits sounded fantastic with an low-key acoustic approach and the musicians pot (a contributory fee towards the musicians and their efforts) began to fill with generous offerings. The whole night itself was a rare treat. Great music, great food, great atmosphere and youthful enthusiasm with a sprinkling of impeccable manners for good measure. Something special here has just begun - so watch this space for more fantastic nights like this one, as it was concluded by owners Simon and Sally Burn that more nights like this Discovering would be sure to follow. www.discoveringbourne.co.uk | November 2013

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Come and join our Community Brass Band

Are you a brass player, and would like to take this up again, or join with other likeminded musicians? The Salvation Army Bourne have in the last couple of years helped develop a Community brass band with some folks joining who have not played for over 30 years. The growing group of musicians have been playing at the Army in a monthly Songs of Praise meeting but are also to be involved this year in the switching on of the lights in Bourne, and at the Army's community carol service at the Corn Exchange on Sunday 22nd December. Band member Jo Sunner (well known as the osteopath) is keen to see this develop into a Bourne brass band, and Major Richard Durrant of Salvation Army (currently acting as bandmaster) can see there is real potential for this to happen. He said: “It has been exciting to see this group naturally develop, and even though we are a mixed group consisting of those who are blowing out the cobwebs after not playing for years, and semi-professional musicians, it is great to come and work together as we share our love of brass band music”. He adds: “For me it has been an added bonus to do so in the context of praising God who gave us music”, but I can see the potential for this to develop into a new and valuable asset to our local community. Jo Sunner adds: “I am delighted to be working to develop a brass band for Bourne. We are 28

anxious to hear from anyone, at whatever level of competence to get in touch. I believe there are quite a number of bandsmen sitting at home looking to play in a local brass band for fun and enjoyment. The Salvation Army is steeped in brass bands and I'm so pleased that Major Durrant & the Bourne Corps are helping bring this about.”

If anyone is interested in joining the group, or just coming along to have a blow and find out more then please contact Richard on (01778) 421916 or email richard.durrant@ salvationarmy.org.uk or Jo on 01778 391714. The next ‘Songs of Praise’ nights are Sunday October 27th and November 24th, also at the Army hall at 5.30pm. All are welcome to this informal evening led by the band. NB. The Army are also planning to resurrect the 60 strong community choir which took part in 'Bourne to sing' in April and it is planned for them to meet up again and rehearse to also take part in the Corn Exchange carol service event. If you are interested in being part of this also please contact Richard.

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November 2013 issue

Welcome to your third issue of the Bourne Business Chamber supplement. Councillor Hill speaks to BBC members

Members of the Bourne Business Chamber enjoyed an interesting and informative talk by Martin Hill OBE, leader of Lincolnshire County Council, at their monthly meeting. Mr Hill told members about financial cuts the Council has had to make and how they went about it. He also talked about the new and positive things happening in the county – radical changes to the youth service and how some libraries will be able to stay open if manned by volunteers. One and half million pounds has been spent on PCSOs and ten million pounds has been spent bringing broadband to the rural areas. Other developments include a major incinerator which has been built outside Lincoln to take a lot of waste, plus extra investment in highways. Mr Hill also said the new car parking enforcement initiative is going well. Also speaking at the meeting was IT specialist Taff Lovesey, who surprised members with some little-known facts about internet security, including subjects such as Malware, hacking, telephone scams and passwords. Training Consultant Jane Whitehead told members about her experience as a ‘dragon’ to Bourne Grammar School Yr 11 Business students and how impressed she was with the students and the products. Chairman Paul Ross updated members on local news and welcomed new member Karen Chapman. The next meeting will be held on the 18th November at 6pm in the Baxter Room, Wake House, Bourne. Please contact Paul Ross for more information on 01778 440555 or visit our website www.bournebusiness.co.uk.

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Technology Corner

By Taff Lovesey, Lites PC

Browser problems - Reset

to fix

The most common issue I see in the field these days is corruption and/or hijacking of a user’s internet browser. I probably handle two or three queries a week via telephone for this issue. Thankfully, in most cases, the fix for this is pretty easy and involves re-setting the browser to the default settings, removing any add-ons that have ‘crow-barred’ their way onto the system. Unfortunately the process to do this varies for each browser. The following processes explain how to reset two of the most common browsers in use today; Internet Explorer and Google Chrome.

RESET INTERNET EXPLORER

1. Click on the settings icon (note that this icon varies by Internet Explorer version) 2. Click on Internet Options 3. Click on the Advanced tab 4. Click on Reset (at the bottom) You will now be prompted to carry out the reset. Optionally you can choose to delete all personal settings. In most cases I would advise that you DO CHOOSE to delete these, so 5. tick the box 6. Click Reset Internet explorer will commence the process Once all of the lines show green it is done You will be prompted to close the browser and to restart your system.

RESET GOOGLE CHROME

1. Open Chrome 2. Click on the Options icon at the top right 3. Click Settings 4. Click on Show Advanced Settings (at bottom of the window) 5. Click on Reset Browser 6. Close the Chrome browser and then re-open it.

WHERE’S MY HOME PAGE GONE?

Although this process does a good job of removing problems caused by add-ons, the negative side is that it changes the home page (the page that opens when you start to browse) back to the default Google Chrome page or MSN. In both cases you will need to put the home page back to the one you want to use

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and use the FULL web address (url) when adding it (e.g; http://www.bbc.co.uk, http://www.google.co.uk etc;)

To reset the home page in Internet Explorer: 1. Click on the settings icon and open Internet Options (as above) 2. On the General tab you can enter the url of the web site that you want to open when you start Internet Explorer. 3. Enter the full website url and click OK

To reset the home page in Google Chrome:

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Honesty is the best policy! There has been a case in the press recently about a divorce financial settlement overturned by the High Court after the wife discovered the husband had failed to disclose substantial parts of his assets, including shares worth ¾ million pounds in a company with a 50 million pound turnover. The wife had accepted £1.8 million as her full and final settlement but without seeking legal advice along the way. The couple both wanted a speedy end to the marriage.

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dmittedly the figures we are dealing with here are not typical of the average divorcing couple. But what is becoming increasingly the norm, is at least one of the spouses electing not to instruct a solicitor in order to save legal costs and also not bothering with full financial disclosure before agreeing the terms of a consent order in divorce. This is all fine and dandy when the assets are modest and also when you trust your other half to behave decently and you think you know pretty much everything about their financial situation anyway. But take heed of the High Court Judge, Sir Paul Coleridge, who said in the case mentioned: “With the availability of legal advice becoming scarcer and parties often having to litigate without proper legal advice, it is more than ever important that financial details are presented to the other side and the Court in a simple, clear,

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concise and above all, accurate way”. This tale has a moral for both sides. For the spouse who thinks they can get away with not disclosing the full extent of their assets, obtaining a final order is not the last word because the Courts will overturn such orders where they have been made on a false basis. For the spouse who is expecting a payout in a divorce settlement, in order to ensure that the sum on the table is fair, detailed knowledge of the payer’s finances may be necessary before you accept it. The best way to ensure that you do have the full picture and that the court order you obtain at the end of the day is properly binding, you should seek expert legal advice from a family law specialist. It may seem an unwelcome expense at the time but it will be worth it in the long run.

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By Paul Ross, Landmark IPA LTD

Your Finances

Take control of your pension Although there is no bad time to review your retirement arrangements, with all the changes taking place in the sector, now is a particularly appropriate moment to ensure you are making the most of your pension. • Lost and found: Research conducted by

Age UK has found a quarter of UK adults have lost track of at least one pension accumulated during their careers. The average individual aged over 65 has worked for at least five employers – and a quarter of those aged between 25 and 34 have already worked for a similar number. Given this, we are more than likely to have several different pension pots. To trace a missing pension, try contacting the Pension Tracing Service at https://www.gov.uk/find-lostpension or call 0845 6002 537. We can help you backtrack through your employment history to find out if you had a pension with a previous employer and try and locate who holds this pension now

* Consider your options – but take care.

If you have several different pension pots, you might consider consolidating them into one. Most occupational and private pension schemes can be transferred and consolidating all your pension savings is likely to cut administration and paperwork, make it easier for you to track the performance of your pension pot and could also reduce costs. Do proceed with caution, however, and take expert advice – once made, the decision to switch is irreversible and a wrong decision could incur harsh penalties.

showing the current value of your pension pot, and a forecast of what it will be worth when you reach your retirement age. Don’t just file it away – take a closer look. Does the projected value of your pension pot bear any relation to the amount you are aiming for? If not, consider what action you could take to boost its value – perhaps you could work longer or boost your pension contributions. At present, you can pay up to £3,600 or 100% of your earnings (whichever is larger) every year and receive tax relief on contributions of up to £50,000.

* Focus on the future: Finally, while we may talk about “retirement age”, do you actually know your state pensionable age? Not so long ago, men used to retire at 65 and women at 60 but times have changed. The age at which you become eligible for your state pension – and the amount you receive – is determined by your National Insurance contributions. Find out more using the government’s State Pension Calculator at https://www.gov.uk/ calculate-state-pension .

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Happy 100th Birthday to Mary! Huge congratulations to our oldest reader Mary Porter who has celebrated her 100th birthday this year. Mary has two children, four grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Mary worked in service for the Mays family at Eastgate House during WW2 and witnessed the German bomber crash in Eastgate. After the war she continued to work for Raymond Mays, helping out with parties at Eastgate House where she met many famous racing drivers including Fangio, Sterling Moss, Graham Hill (also Damon as a child) and Jackie Stewart. Mary met her husband Richard Porter from Liverpool, who was stationed in Bourne with the army during the war. Richard became well known in Bourne when during the Korean War he was reported missing presumed killed, only later to be found in a prisoner of war camp, having suffered a serious head injury. Mary drew widow’s pension for 9 months before finding out he was still alive. Richard was one of a small group to be first released from prison and his return was covered by the national media and welcoming banners in the streets of Bourne. Mary was born in Morton and Christened and married in Morton Church before living at several addresses in Bourne. She was widowed in 1989 and lived at Meadow Close until last year. She now lives with her eldest daughter Ann in Leicestershire but makes frequent visits back to the town.

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Birthstone of the month A dark and intense Birthstone for November is Topaz. These can come in a variety of colours the most treasured being an imperial Topaz, a beautiful golden yellow orange colour. Blue Topaz can be heat treated to create beautiful depths of colour from a dark and intense London Blue to a sky coloured swiss blue and a delicate pale blue. • Crown Jewellers, 15C North St, Bourne PE10 9AE 01778 393994. www.crown-jewellers.co.uk www.discoveringbourne.co.uk | November 2013

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Focus on Womens Health

By Clinical Reflexologist Diane Rayson MICHT, FHT, CNHC, A.G.A.R. Registered Reflexologist with 15 years experience. sleepy during the session. Some people like to chat and this is fine too. A variety of reflexology techniques will be used that are adapted to suit your individual treatment plan.

Women’s Health

REFLEXOLOGY How can reflexology help you? Reflexology is fast becoming the ‘It’ treatment to have, but it’s not just a therapy. Reflexology is more than that, it’s an ancient healing art and by using specific reflexology techniques it directly affects the nervous system in a very positive and relaxing way. When the body is relaxed and the nervous system stimulated, healing has a perfect opportunity to take place. I have witnessed many times that the healing process comes from the inside out.

What happens during a Reflexology treatment? Following a medical and lifestyle consultation you will be asked to remove your shoes and socks and will be seated in a special reclining reflexology chair. Most people find the treatment extremely relaxing and it is not usual to feel

Today’s women are expected to multi-task juggling work, home and support for family, friends and partners. Where do their needs fit into all this? Many would say they don’t or only when everything else is done. Although difficult, it is important to try and find some ‘you’ time to help maintain good health. Women adapt to many changes dealing with acne, menstruation, fertility and pregnancy in the earlier years, to the menopause, osteoporosis and arthritis in the mature years. Reflexology helps with all these conditions by improving our sense of wellbeing, relaxing the mind and body, helping to regulate the hormonal cycle, supporting the natural healing process, reducing stress and providing a more efficient environment for the removal of impurities and toxins by releasing endorphins, the body’s ‘feel good’ hormones (which can also provide pain relief). Reflexology is a natural therapy to help with many conditions. Put some time aside for your supportive feet. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact the practice where Diane would be happy to talk to you. Diane will be offering a taster session to anyone who would like to experience reflexology or simply find out more. It will take place on Saturday 16th November 2013 from 9.00am to 1.00pm. Please telephone the practice to secure your free 20 minute session.

Osteopathy & complementary healthcare

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A Place to Heal People with ill health in Bourne and the surrounding area can ďŹ nd help through prayer at The Healing Rooms in Bourne.

form and spend a few minutes praying beforehand. The prayer team will then invite the person into the prayer room and briefly discuss the prayer need and then pray. Each prayer session lasts approximately 20-30 minutes. Although there is no requirement for this person to attend church or have any Christian belief to receive prayer, they will be encouraged to be open to God's healing power. While some people receive healing straight away, others find their symptoms get better gradually, sometimes after further prayer. For further information visit the website www.thehealingroomsbourne.co.uk

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Part of the National Association of Healing Rooms, England, The Healing Rooms Bourne provides a place where anyone can receive Christian prayer for physical, mental and emotional healing. The Rooms are open to everyone, whether they have a church connection or not and prayer is offered free of charge with no appointment necessary. When someone comes to the Healing Rooms for prayer, they will be greeted by a receptionist and asked to fill in and sign a simple form which asks for information about what this person wants prayer for. These forms are kept confidential, only those on the team will see them. A team of three people will take the

The Healing Rooms Bourne is a place where people can receive Christian prayer for physical, mental and emotional healing.

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By Clinical Reflexologist Diane Rayson MICHT, FHT, CNHC, A.G.A.R. Registered Reflexologist with 15 years experience.

Prayer is offered completely free of charge, by a trained team of volunteers from different local churches.

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Your Health

By Mr J. Sunner. DO. BSc (ost). Registered Osteopath

What Causes Stiff Calves Stiff calves tend to be a consequence of either remaining in one position for too long or of overstressing the tissues through exercise. Felt as stiffness, soreness, or tenderness in and around the muscles of the calves on the back of the lower leg as well as in the heel, this condition stems from too little or too much movement in the area. Though stiff calves are a normal consequence of activity and often a sign that the muscles located here have had plenty of exercise, they can cause discomfort. I recommend stretching, massage, and the application of heat or a topical heat rub. The major calf muscles point the foot downward at the ankle and therefore are highly active during movements like walking, running, climbing, and jumping. They also help to reinforce upright posture by preventing the body from falling forward when standing. As they connect the back of the leg to the heel bone in the foot via a single large tendon on the back of the ankle called the Achilles tendon, the calf muscles do all these things by contracting, which causes the muscle to shorten and pull upward on the heel, hinging the foot downwards to move properly! Stiff calves are extremely common in recreational exercisers and athletes alike, since so many activities require the use of the calf muscles. Runners, basketball players, boxers, dancers, and anyone else who spends a great deal of time on their toes may be chronically afflicted by stiff calves. Similarly, individuals who do not walk enough are likely to experience soreness or tightness in this area! When they finally do walk a distance!

Stiff calves may also be an effect of remaining in one position for too long a period, particularly if the muscles have been recently exercised. An example is sleeping on one’s stomach: when lying face-down, the foot is placed in a plantarflexed or pointed position, which shortens the calf muscles. When attempting to stand up first thing in the morning, which elongates the calves, stiffness and tightness may be experienced in the muscles or near the Achilles tendon, making taking those first few steps somewhat difficult. Calf cramps in the night may also be experienced in this sleeping position, leading to calf stiffness upon waking. A similar cause of stiff calves is wearing highheeled shoes. This places the muscles in a constantly shortened position and therefore can cause tightness felt upon removing the shoes and stretching the muscles. The most recommended treatment for these causes of calf stiffness, aside from behavioral change, is massage and stretching, which sends blood flow and oxygen to the tissues and returns the muscles to their resting length. Generally, Calves may be treated with stretching, massage, or soaking in hot water. Anything that encourages blood flow to the muscles may be helpful.

For free advice you can call Jo Sunner on 01778 391714. Please mention Discovering Bourne.

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Health & Beauty

Which Treatment?

By Ray Pawlett KI-Ways

All that you need to do is to look in any classified section of a local newspaper and you will see a bewildering array of treatments. What are they and how do I choose which is best for me?

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ollowing is a very brief description of the therapies and coaching that is available from Ki-Ways and friends of Ki-Ways. All treatments and coaching are suitable for all and can help many different conditions.

• Tai Chi – a gentle and ancient art form based on martial arts movement that uses martial arts, healing and meditation to strengthen the body, mind and spirit. • Shiatsu – a touch based treatment that

seeks to create harmony for the client by diagnostically balancing the flow of energy in your body’s meridians. Shiatsu treatments are fully clothed and feel similar to other treatments except that the emphasis is on the energy rather than bone and muscle alignment.

• Meditation – if the mind is healthy then the body stands a better chance of being healthy. In meditation we learn how to calm the mind and relax our bodies through the use of visualisation and breathing exercises. • Chi Gung – Tai Chi can be amazing for your health but the trouble with it is that it is complicated for the beginner. Chi Gung is an exercise based system that teaches similar movements to Tai chi but in simple way that will allow you to get quick results.

core abdominal muscles more than most Yoga systems.

• Healing with Nature – We are all a part of nature. Nature heals. If we can learn how to tune into the energies and forces of the natural world around us then we are open to profound learning and healing experiences. • Homeopathy – If you decide to try

homeopathy then your consultant will help you to dig out the root causes of your issues and treat them with very low concentration preparations that teach your body how to heal itself

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morphic technique uses reflex points on the feet, hands and neck that allow us to release issues from the past that we may only have been subconsciously aware of so that we can move into our future. With all of these different approaches and an infinity of others available, it begs the question – how do I chose which one works for me? The only real way of deciding is not to look at advertising – listen to word of mouth and follow your instincts. Please contact Ki-Ways if you would like to find out more about any of the above treatments.

• Yoga – traditionally we know that Yoga is

about stretching and relaxation but did you realise that in the home of Yoga, India, it is considered to be a highly spiritual path.

• Tao Yin – Tao Yin uses vary similar meditation and exercises to Yoga. The big differences are that it uses the flow of energy in the meridians rather than the chakras and emphasises the

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Threading Threading is an ancient eyebrow shaping and hair removal technique originating from Asia. Threading has fast become the celebrities’ preferred method for shaping perfect eyebrows.

Why Threading?

Threading defines and shapes the eyebrows. The treatment is kinder to the skin than waxing as no heat or chemicals are applied. Shaped eyebrows enhance facial features which is a real confidence booster. Re-growth is finer, softer and smoother. Can also be used on upper lip and chin.

How it Works?

Threading is a very delicate procedure, making it suitable for even the most sensitive skin. During this method a piece of 100% cotton thread is used. It is twisted and pulled along the area of unwanted hair. The twisting action of the thread traps the hair and lifts it out from the follicle. The pain during Threading is no worse than that during tweezing or waxing. A small pinch is felt with the removal of hair, which many clients find minimal due to the large coverage area treated at one time. Threading is kind to the skin, even those with very sensitive skin which often cannot be waxed, can have a threading treatment. Depending on hair re-growth it will need redoing after three and four weeks.

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Focus on Winter Health

By medical herbalist Jacqueline Cole M.A., BSc (Hons), MNIMH

Get a Head Start on Winter Ills Herbal Medicine Works Naturally to Boost Immunity Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)

Echinacea is perhaps one of the best known herbs for supporting the immune system. It offers effective protection against viral and bacterial infections and lessens the length and severity of symptoms such as catarrh, laryngitis and tonsillitis. Echinacea works by increasing a process called phagocytosis, in which the body naturally destroys pathogens and stimulates production of the body’s own antiviral substance called Interferon.

Sambucus nigra (Elderberry) Elderberry cordial has a traditional use

for coughs, colds and bronchial ailments. Laboratory studies show elderberry has both anti-inflammatory and anti-viral actions. Clinical trials indicate patients taking elderberry extract recover from flu earlier than those not taking the extract and symptoms were less severe. It is thought elderberry works by strengthening cell membranes to prevent virus penetration.

Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset) This herb is one of the best treatments for the relief of aches and pains that accompany flu and deals effectively with fever, whilst clearing mucous congestion. The common name – Boneset – derives from its well known properties to relieve deep-seated pains in the limbs. Boneset stimulates the immune system and enhances the body’s natural ability to fight and destroy unwanted pathogens.

What is the Best Way to Take Herbal Medicine?

Good quality tinctures are the best way to take herbal remedies. The process of tincture extraction ensures all the active ingredients are derived from the plant. If purchasing capsules or tablets be sure to buy a good quality brand, as active ingredients do vary – your local health food shop should be able to advise you.

Pre Winter Immune Boost Offer

During November, our resident Consulting Medical Herbalist, Jacqueline Cole, is offering a 15 minute consultation at a special price of £10. This will include a general health survey and a check of your blood pressure. Jacqueline will also review any medication you are currently prescribed to ensure herbal medicine helps you enjoy the best of health. She will then offer advice on the best herbs and supplements to boost your immune system during the winter months ahead and will have specially blended herbal medicines you can purchase to take away with you. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the practice directly or have a look at our website.

Osteopathy & complementary healthcare

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By medical herbalist Jacqueline Cole M.A., BSc (Hons), MNIMH

By Shona MacIver BSc PGCE MA MBACP

Looking after your mental health

Your Health

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Looking after your mental health Put “Mental Health” into a computer search engine and the first page you will encounter is full of sites relating to Mental ill-health. I believe that you can improve your mental health without actually being ill. One way to increase your understanding is through counselling, of which there are various types. At Rainbow-Counselling, I practice Person Centred counselling which is just what it says: person centred; you decide what you want to deal with, and talk about; my job is to listen and help you to increase your understanding. I have three core conditions that I follow:

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Home & Garden

By Yasmin Chopin, Local Interior Designer

Colour lessons that changed the way I decorate (Part 2) Last month we delved deeper into red, blue, green and brown seeing how these colours can be used in the home and how they affect people. This month we investigate four more colours: orange, mauve, turquoise and grey. (If you missed Part 1 pop over to my website now: www.yasminchopin.com)

ORANGE Because orange stimulates and aids digestion, it’s a good choice for the dining room or kitchen. It exudes optimism and cleverly combines power and intellect with rebelliousness. Nowadays orange is used more and more in logos because of its association with energy, warmth and above all, friendliness. If you prefer a more neutral colour scheme but want to welcome people into your home put some orange, or one of its relatives, peach or copper, in the hallway. which is also known as cyan or aqua. It was a popular colour in the 1950’s when teamed with pink and black so if you are feeling nostalgic why Whether you call it purple or mauve it is a not try this lovely vintage combination now? strong colour; add some white and you have lilac. Mauve engenders a sense of calm and stability and is excellent for studies or lounges. A colour that is seen everywhere and of all the Representative of wealth, strength and royalty, neutrals it evokes the least emotional response. it is a powerful hue and we don’t often find it in There is a rainbow of greys to choose from so great quantity in our decorating schemes. Mauve don’t ever think grey is boring; from charcoal to comes in and out of fashion yet lilac remains a pale dove and from silver to pewter you will find popular favourite as a romantic and easy colour a grey that you like. It combines well with white to use for bedrooms. and black for a smart, sophisticated look. Modern grey is popular with young adults and teens because of its urban associations and I love it Reminding us of tropical waters and sun for its versatility. I have just used a soft warm drenched beaches we can escape a little with grey in a large double height space for a client. turquoise. A natural choice for bathrooms, it is The room needed to feel like home straight away clean and inviting and a wet room with turquoise so the ceiling and walls were painted in the tiles will be a refreshing place to shower. same colour. This acts as a foil to a collection of Creating a sense of well-being and harmony, vibrant accessories to make an interesting and many other rooms can benefit from this colour comfortable interior. • Contact Yasmin to discuss your colour scheme on 07831 231 664 or email ycid@ yasminchopin.com. Yasmin posts regular shots of inspiration on www.facebook.com/ YasminChopinInteriorDesign and writes a blog which you can subscribe to via her website www.yasminchopin.com.

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The true cost of buying a house Buying a house is one of the biggest ďŹ nancial decisions that you will make in your life.

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ourne Deeping Hockey Club is the product of a merger between two local hockey clubs; Market Deeping HC and Bourne HC, officially formed on 10 May 2011. Originally formed in the 1920’s and 70’s respectively, both Bourne and Market Deeping Hockey Clubs have a great deal of history as individual clubs in their own rights. Both clubs have produced an abundance of local talent who have gone on to play at National League level and together as Bourne Deeping we hope to see more and more players come through the ranks to play at a higher level. We have forged good links not only with the local community, businesses and enterprise but also with local primary and secondary schools. The club has established a Junior Academy which we are extremely proud of and has been nationally recognised by England Hockey. We currently run two coaching sessions a week with 40 – 60 children attending, from 6 – 16 years of age. The Club has been awarded a Club First accreditation, which recognises that the club is run in a professional manner and adheres to governmental policy, such as CRB checks and qualified coaching personnel. With currently 120 members, five Men’s teams and three Ladies teams plus the junior academy the future looks

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very bright for the club and local hockey. The club is always on the look out for new players of all ages and abilities so please get in touch or turn up to a Thursday evening men’s training session at Arthur Mellows Village College Astro, 18:45 - 20:30.

For juniors: contact eliot_bates@talktalk. net or mob: 07540957425 or for more details on how you can join the club and play competitive hockey within a friendly atmosphere visit www.pitchero. com/clubs/bdhc/officials/

November Golf Tip

Pushing and pulling your putts

We all have tendencies that we instinctively rely on under pressure, and no more so than on the greens. If you miss putts to the right (a push for right handers) a good drill to practice (and use on the course as a practice swing) is to just use or hold the putter with your right hand and hole putts just with this hand holding the putter. If you miss the putts left (a pull for right handers) then when practicing, place a coin behind the ball. Then when you make your stroke keep focusing on the coin well after impact, or until you hear the ball drop into the hole.

Tip supplied by PGA professional Darren Game of Bourne Golf Studio 01778 395992

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Pet’s Corner

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Are you worried that your dog is showing signs of being overweight? Unfortunately, this is one of the fastest growing problems with our pets today. Dogs become overweight for many reasons, diet, exercise or breeding, as some are more prone to obesity than others, such as English Bulldogs, Beagles, miniature schnauzers, Dachshunds, Pugs, Dalmatians and Spaniels. Canine obesity if not treated can cause illnesses such as Arthritis, breathing difficulties, heart problems and diabetes. Unfortunately once a pet is overweight; their physical activity drops making it harder to lose weight. This was seen in a recent rescue case where Poppy the Bullmastiff ** was over double her optimum weight at 76kgs when her owner gave her up for re-homing. It can sneak up on you so ask friends or family what they think, as they will often notice any changes before you do and you can assess their weight with these guidelines:

Ideal: Ribs are easily felt and have a thin layer of fat. Waist and tuck-up are obvious but not exaggerated.

Overweight: Ribs have noticeable fat; waist and tuck-up are visible but not prominent.

Heavy: Ribs are covered with a heavy layer

of fat and noticeable fat deposits appear on the spine and at the base of the tail. Waist is absent or barely discernible.

Obese: A heavy fat layer completely obscures ribs and heavy fat deposits appear over the spine and around the tail base. Waist and tuckup disappear.

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If you think you dog is overweight here are some easy steps you can take: 1. Increase the frequency and difficulty of exercise. Older dogs will benefit from several short walks a day rather than one or two long ones. 2. Establish two or three set mealtimes per day, no free-feeding and use a measured scoop to give only the recommended amount of food. 3. Watch the fat content in the food you buy. Fats are energy sources; if the energy isn't used up, fats merely add unneeded calories. 4. Feed appropriate snacks. Shop for treats that are low in calorie or give small pieces of carrots and apples as treats 5. Don't leave your dog alone with the kids at snack time; they will feast on anything left for a second! 6. Keep the bin out of the dog's reach, and if your dog is a food thief, keep food off the counters as well. *Obesity can also be caused by some medical reasons you may want to rule out so seek advice from your vets before tackling any obesity. **See Poppy’s full story on the Facebook page ‘Hope for Poppy’. Does your dog sometimes look like this after a walk?

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We are offering one lucky boy or girl the chance to win a brand new bike, just in time for Christmas! The prize is a shiny new Claud Butler bike for a girl or boy up to the age of 10, supplied by Terry Wright Cycles of Bridge Street, Deeping St James. Tel: 01778 344051. To be in with a chance of winning this great prize, all you have to do is answer the following question: Who will be supplying the bike for our competition? A)Terry Wright Cycles B)Barry Wright Cycles C)Steve Wright Cycles Name: Address: Age: Telephone number: Answer:

Write your answer on the form and send your entry to Discovering Bourne Cycle Competition, c/o 17 Lilac Close, Bourne PE10 9TS. The closing date is Saturday 16th of November 2013. Terms and conditions apply.

All About Britain Test your knowledge on our country’s geography, film, TV, music, nature, sport, history and politics – past and present. Look out for the answers in next month’s issue. 1. Which gravel-voiced singer had a number 7. Which cricketer one single in 1968 with With A Little Help holds the record for From My Friends? the most sixes scored for England? 2. Who has won ‘Sexiest Female’ in the 8. Which forest in British Soap Awards for the last five years? 3. Which British Author, born in 1946, wrote Sussex was the the His Dark Materials trilogy? basis for A.A. Milne’s 4. What is the name of Britain’s tallest Hundred Acre Wood? building? 9. Which high street retailer, known for its baby clothes, was launched in 1961? 5. What is the name of the bird in the picture, found in Western Scotland? 10. What is the name of the well-known 6. Which chart-topping British band starred in caricature of a typical Englishman whose the documentary Big Easy Express? surname relates to beef? October anwers: 1. River Dee, 2. Henry Cooper, 3. Cliff Richard, 4. That’s Life, 5. Whitley, Coventry, 6. Somersby, 7. Jed Stone, 8. Isles of Scilly, 9. Natasha Kaplinsky, 10. Black Beauty.

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Win!

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by Rex Needle

emembrance Sunday is observed every year to remind us of the horrors of war and those who lost their lives in conflict, a tradition that began after the Armistice signalling the end of the Great War of 1914-18 when war memorials began to spring up in towns and villages across the land. The first war memorial in Bourne was an extension to the old Butterfield Hospital in North Road which opened in 1921 and a roll of honour was installed in the Abbey Church containing the names of 91 men who gave their lives. Remembrance or Poppy Day on November 11th was then observed by a lone bugler, war veteran Robert Pattison (1879-1959), tailor and bandmaster of Bourne Town Band, who sounded the last post from the market place until failing eyesight forced him to abandon the tradition. By this time there was a movement throughout the town for a more tangible monument as the centrepiece for the annual memorial service and the opportunity came when Bourne United Charities purchased land in South Street from the Marquess of Exeter to be preserved as a permanent open space for the town and now known as the Wellhead Gardens with part being used to remember those who had fallen in the two recent world wars, now the War Memorial Gardens.

The stone monument, funded through money left to the town and by public subscription, was unveiled and dedicated on Sunday 16th September 1956, the design based on the cenotaph in Whitehall, London, and the work of the architects W E Norman Webster and Son. It is not recorded how many men left Bourne to join the armed forces during the Great War but it is known that 97 lost their lives and their names are inscribed there although it is likely that the figure is nearer 140 and 40 names may therefore be missing. The memorial also includes the names of 32 men who did not return from the conflict of 1939-45 and a further three who died on active service before the century ended. It is here that Remembrance Sunday is now observed on the second Sunday in November, attended by civic leaders and followed by a service at the Abbey Church in accordance with the words of the poet Laurence Binyon:

“At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.� TEXT Š REX NEEDLE 2013

Archive photograph: The War Memorial in 2005.

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Events Diary - November

To list your event contact

sally@discoveringbourne.co.uk

2nd Michaelmas Craft and Gift Fayre, 1st Deepings Fireworks Extravaganza, Deeping Rugby Club, Linchfield Road, Deeping St James. Gates open 6.30, fireworks 7.30pm. Tickets on the gate.

2nd Bourne Abbey Primary’s Fireworks event. Gates open at 5.30, fireworks 7pm. Tickets from the school or Greetings in Burghley Precinct.

2nd

Bonfire and Fireworks Display, Greenlands, Market Deeping. Gates open 6pm, Bonfire 6.30pm, Fireworks 7pm.

3rd Baston Fireworks Extravaganza,

Brudenell Playing Fields, Main Street, Baston. Gates open at 3pm, children’s fireworks 6pm, main fireworks 7pm. Advance tickets from Baston Post Office.

Bourne Grammar School, 11am-3pm. Entry to the fayre is free and stalls are £15. To book a stall contact Nina Quinlan on 01778 426609.

9th

Groovy Foods Open Day, 9am-4pm, Toft Lodge Cottage, Stamford Road, Bourne PE10 0JY. Craft stalls, hogroast, Christmas ideas, bouncy castle, animals and much more.

9th Flossie Malavialle at Rippingale

Village Hall. Doors 7.30 for 8pm start. Licensed bar, bring your own table snacks. Tickets £8.50, call 01778 440444 or 07973 711746 or email chrispetz@aol.com

19th

Full Council Meeting and Open Forum, 7.30pm, Community Access Point, Bourne Corn Exchange.

20th

Bourne Neighbourhood Group Residents Meeting, Meadow Close Complex, Bourne 7pm.

23rd

Jumble Sale in aid of Bourne Animal Welfare, Bourne Abbey Church Hall, doors open at 10am.

Regular events

• Mondays: Tai Chi for healing 1.30pm - 2.30pm • Tuesdays: Tai Chi 2pm - 3.30pm & 7.15pm - 8.45pm • Fridays: Tai Chi for learning support 1.30pm - 2.30pm Contact 07413 620344, Wake House, North Street, Bourne

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24th Christmas Gift Fayre, Edenham

Village Hall, 11am-5pm. Free entry and ample parking.

24th Table Top Sale, Morton Village

Hall. 1-3pm. Contact Lorna 07707 187539 to book a table.

24th

Sunday Lunch at Bourne Abbey Church Hall, 12.30 for 1pm. Nelly and friends invite you in memory of Jack. All monies to Circulation Foundation. Tickets £10. Tel Nelly Sanders 01778 421574.

Come along pick up a bargain and enjoy yourself.

30th

Christmas Lights switch-on in Bourne town centre and Christmas market. Market stalls are available, contact crownjewellers@btinternet.com, or contact Dena on 01778 424878 for a craft stall in Wake House, or Barbara 01778 424881 or Jayne 07904 91457 for a stall at the Corn Exchange.

30th 10am – 1pm: Christmas Fayre/

Coffee Morning hosted by Bourne Catholic Church 3 St Gilbert’s Road Bourne (near bus station). Various Stalls, Refreshments, Local Venison auction, Grand Raffle etc.

28th

Bourne & District Flower Club Open Evening, Bourne Corn Exchange, 7.30pm. Tim Meakin’s demonstration ‘Designs for Christmas’. Tickets £8 Mrs Brown 01778 422167 or Mrs Gray 01778 42582.

December

1st

Advent Lunch, Bourne Abbey Church Hall – 12.30 for 1pm. Tickets £10 to include glass of wine. Tel: Mrs Smith 01778 422219 or Mrs Northen 01778 423353.

6th Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academy Christmas Fayre.

7th Bourne Westfield Primary Academy Christmas Fair. 1.30-3pm.

7th BCS Advent Concert, Abbey

Church, Bourne, 7.30pm. Tickets £7.50, available from Sally Anns,West Street, choir members, or on the night.

• Jem’s Hip Hop Fun & Funky Dance Classes – 5:30pm 3-7 years, 6:30pm 7-12 years and 7:00pm Adults. Fridays at Darby & Joan Hall. For more information call 07590 271752, 07885 612595 or visit www.jemshiphop.co.uk • Jazz at Toft Hotel – every four weeks on a Thursday. Contact 01992 511254 for further information. www.discoveringbourne.co.uk | November 2013

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Club Guide Youth Bourne Girls Brigade Bourne Methodist Church, Abbey Road, PE10 9EF. 01778 423729 Bourne Army Cadets Cadet Hut, Austerby Road, PE10 9JG. www.armycadets.com Not all Bad Queens Rd, PE10 9DX. 01778 426134 or 07947 930542 cherry.sheppard@lincolnshire.gov.uk Bourne Town Girls FC Julie: 01778 424341 Salvation Army Youth Club Manning Rd, Bourne, 01778 421916 or 01778 393459 Bourne Youth Theatre Judith Fellows: 01778 422449 Judithfellows@hotmail.com Stamford and Bourne District Scouts Margaret Scott: 01780 762405 Bourne Town Harriers Junior Athletics Lisa Richardson: 01778 424529 www.bournetownharriers.org Jeans Youth Cafe 2 North Road Bourne - Fri/Sat 7-10pm Bourne Town Juniors Football Club Tel: 07891804432. Email: secretary@bournetownjuniorsfc.co.uk

To be included in this directory, send your details to: sally@ discoveringbourne.co.uk Willoughby School South Rd, PE10 9JD. 01778 425203. enquiries@willoughby.lincs.sch.uk Morton C of E Primary School Station Road, Morton, PE10 0NN. 01778 570389. Thurlby Community Primary School Lawrance Park, Crown Lane, Thurlby, PE10 0EZ. 01778 423311. Edenham CofE Primary School School Lane, Edenham, PE10 0LP. 01778 591207.

Churches

Clubs

Toolbar Bourne Snooker Centre, Cherry Holt Rd. 07749689026. Rotary Club of Bourne St Peter Toft House Hotel, Toft, PE10 0JT. Alan Kaye: 01778 560458. Evergreen Care Trust 01780 765900. www.evergreencare.org.uk Bourne Bridge Club Masonic Hall, 1-2 Roman Bank Bourne PE10 9LQ. 01778 423313 www.bridgewebs.com/bourne bourne4bridge@gmail.com Bourne Motor Racing Club The Coachhouse, Angel Hotel, North Street PE10 9EF. David Dykes: 01733 253867. A Handful of Harmonies www.handfulofharmonies.co.uk Bourne Borderers Edenham Village Hall, Church Ln, PE10 0LS. Elly: 01476 550741 or www.bourneborderers.co.uk Bourne Darby & Joan Club Memorial Gardens, South Road. 01778 570571. Rotary Club of Bourne David Staples: 01778 423121. Bourne Business Chamber Paul Ross 01778 440555. Bourne Ladies Dinner Club Conservatives Offices, North Street. Shirley Fairbairn: 01778 424613. Nubourne Woman’s Institute Corn Exchange. Mrs Jane Brown: 01778 420418. The Gateway Leisure Club for people with learning disabilities Bourne Youth Centre, Queens Rd, PE10 9DX, 01778 424235. Parkinson’s Disease Society 01778 440695 / 345395. Hereward Probus Club Rob Denton 01778 425276 denton.robert@gmail.com Bourne Preservation Trust Wake House, North Street. 07825 515394. info@bournepreservationsociety. co.uk

Dementia Support Group Corn Exchange, PE10 9AF. Kate Marshall: 01778 440153.

Friends of Bourne Woods Sarah: 07760 468052. Bourne U3A Val Palmer: 01778 394998. Val.U3A@talktalk.net Bourne and South Lincs ME Support Group

Wake House, North Street, PE10 9AE

Jan Limback: 01778 425422. janlimback@hotmail.com Bourne Civic Society Heritage Centre/Baldocks Mill, 21 South Street, PE10 9LY. 01778 422775. Bourne Arthritis Support Group 1st Thursday of every month, Community Room, Meadow Court, Meadow Close, PE10 9EL. Bourne Round Table PO Box 95 PE10 1AF. 07970 083134. info@bournefestival.com Organ Club John Wass: 01733 424 947. Bourne Footlights Karen MacQuarrie. 01778 345530 Grapevineeditor@yahoo.com Bourne and district scrabble club Every Tuesday 7.00pm Wake house. Angela 01778 426617 - Betty 01778 5234

Charities

Royal British Legion Burghley Street, PE10 9NS. 01778 421110. Bourne and Thurlby First Responders 01778 420357 or 07875 308837. St Barnabas Lincs Hospice Hannah Thompson: 01476 591010. ssafa Nev Johnson: 01778 394483. British Red Cross 01778 426452. Mencap Housing and Support 01778 423726. Bourne & District Lions Club PO Box 57, Bourne PE10 9HB. help@bournelions.org.uk 0845 833 2810. Len Pick Trust PO BOX 92, Bourne, Lincs PE10 1AD. 01778 424159. Fax: 01778 426711 enquiries@lenpicktrust.org.uk

DebbieHague@thebutterfield.plus.com

The Butterfield Centre 2 North Road, Bourne, Lincs, PE10 9AP. 01778 421422

Bourne Arts and Community Trust Wake House, PE10 9AE. 01778 393517. wakehouse@talktalk.net Bourne United Charities 01778 422387.

Children

Baby Massage + Baby Yoga Groups (up to age 1) Bourne Children’s Centre Kim Wooldridge: 01778 570120 kimwooldridge365@btinternet. com Bourne Children’s Centre Queens Road, Bourne PE10 9DX. 01778 395895. Bambino’s Baby Centre 14-18 Manor Lane, Bourne, PE10 9PQ. 01778 422669 Musical Minis Pre-school music group for babies and toddlers. Janie: 01778 570340. janiemcc@sky.com.

Doctors

Market Cross Surgery Market Place, Corby Glen, Grantham NG33 4NH. 01476 550056. www.marketcrosssurgery.co.uk Glenside Country Practice 12b High Street, Castle Bytham, Grantham, NG33 4RZ. 01780 410205. www.thebythams.org.uk St John’s Drive, Corby Glen, Grantham NG33 4LY. 01476 550251 www.thebythams.org.uk Galletly Medical Practice 40 North Road, PE10 9BT. 01778 562200. Hereward Group Practice Exeter St, PE10 9XR. 01778 391700. Alternatives Pregnancy Advice Centre

01778 394935 New Springwells Practice The Surgery, Station Rd, Rippingale, PE10 0TA. 01778 440200. info@ruralmedical.co.uk

Sports

Bourne Abbots Petanque Club Abbey Lawns, PE10 9EP. 01778 394083. bournepetanque@hotmail.co.uk Bourne Town Harriers Senior & Junior Athletes www.bournetownharriers.org Bourne Rugby Union Football Club Clubhouse, Milking Nook Drove, PE10 0AX. 01778 393420. Bourne & District Lawn Tennis Club Abbey Lawns, Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. Helen Whitfield: 01775 670252. Bourne Town FC Abbey Lawns, PE10 9EP. 01778 420456. Brotherhood Kickboxing Academy, Bourne Martial Arts Centre, 3 Victor Way, PE10 9PT. 07944 281892. www.brotherhoodkickboxing.co.uk Bourne Town Bowls Club Coggles Causeway, Bourne. Mike Northen 01778 423353 mikeann24@sky.com Bourne Deeping Hockey Club susanmoakley@googlemail.com Bourne Outdoor Pool Abbey Lawns, Abbey Rd, Bourne, PE10 9ET. 01778 422063. Tracy Hankin Bourne 4 Fitness Disco/80’s Revival workout and Yoga/Pilates. 07799250581. tracyhankin72@gmail.com Bourne Leisure Centre Queens Road, Bourne, PE10 9DX 01778 421 435. Bourne Ladies FC 07971 555710 tinacrawley@talktalk.net Bourne Kart Club Please visit our website for details. www.bournekartclub.co.uk or find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ bournekartclub Ki-Ways Tai Chi Club 07413 620344 Bourne Dancercise & Keep Fit Methodist Church Hall, Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. 07730 223557. gilljanet@hotmail.co.uk; www.keepfit.org.uk

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Schools

Bourne Abbey Church Church Lane, PE10 9UQ. 01778 424584. info@bourneabbey.org.uk Bourne Baptist Church West Street, PE10 9NE. 01778 424206. Bourne & Deeping RC Church 3 St Gilberts Road, PE10 9XB. 07988 682925. Bourne Methodist Church Abbey Road, PE10 9EF 01778 394380. St John the Baptist Church High Street, Morton PE10 0AP. 01778 571184 Bourne United Reformed Church Eastgate, PE10 9JY. 01775 722311. The Salvation Army Manning Rd, PE10 9ET. 01778 393459 / 421916. Richard.durrant@salvationarmy.org.uk

New Day Baptist Church & Dyke Baptist Church High St, Morton - Main St, Dyke 07931 652718 (except Mondays) www.morton-hanthorpe.org.uk/ organisations_baptists.htm St Firmin’s Church 10 Church Street, Thurlby, PE10 0EH. 01778 422475.

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Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academy Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. 01778 422163. enquiries@bourneabbey.lincs.sch.uk Bourne Grammar School South Road, PE10 9JE. 01778 422288. enquiries@bourne-grammar.lincs.sch.uk Bourne Westfield Primary Academy Westbourne Park, PE10 9QS. 01778 424152. enquiries@bournewestfield. lincs.sch.uk Bourne Academy Edinburgh Crescent, PE10 9DT. 01778 422365. office@bourneacademy.org 44

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Youth Bourne Girls Brigade Bourne Methodist Church, Abbey Road, PE10 9EF. 01778 423729 Bourne Army Cadets Cadet Hut, Austerby Road, PE10 9JG. www.armycadets.com Not all Bad Queens Rd, PE10 9DX. 01778 426134 or 07947 930542 cherry.sheppard@lincolnshire.gov.uk Bourne Town Girls FC Julie: 01778 424341 Salvation Army Youth Club Manning Rd, Bourne, 01778 421916 or 01778 393459 Bourne Youth Theatre Judith Fellows: 01778 422449 Judithfellows@hotmail.com Stamford and Bourne District Scouts Margaret Scott: 01780 762405 Bourne Town Harriers Junior Athletics Lisa Richardson: 01778 424529 www.bournetownharriers.org Jeans Youth Cafe 2 North Road Bourne - Fri/Sat 7-10pm Bourne Town Juniors Football Club Tel: 07891804432. Email: secretary@bournetownjuniorsfc.co.uk

Schools

To be included in this directory, send your details to: sally@ discoveringbourne.co.uk Willoughby School South Rd, PE10 9JD. 01778 425203. enquiries@willoughby.lincs.sch.uk Morton C of E Primary School Station Road, Morton, PE10 0NN. 01778 570389. Thurlby Community Primary School Lawrance Park, Crown Lane, Thurlby, PE10 0EZ. 01778 423311. Edenham CofE Primary School School Lane, Edenham, PE10 0LP. 01778 591207.

Churches Bourne Abbey Church Church Lane, PE10 9UQ. 01778 424584. info@bourneabbey.org.uk Bourne Baptist Church West Street, PE10 9NE. 01778 424206. Bourne & Deeping RC Church 3 St Gilberts Road, PE10 9XB. 07988 682925. Bourne Methodist Church Abbey Road, PE10 9EF 01778 394380. St John the Baptist Church High Street, Morton PE10 0AP. 01778 571184 Bourne United Reformed Church Eastgate, PE10 9JY. 01775 722311. The Salvation Army Manning Rd, PE10 9ET. 01778 393459 / 421916. Richard.durrant@salvationarmy.org.uk

New Day Baptist Church & Dyke Baptist Church High St, Morton - Main St, Dyke 07931 652718 (except Mondays) www.morton-hanthorpe.org.uk/ organisations_baptists.htm St Firmin’s Church 10 Church Street, Thurlby, PE10 0EH. 01778 422475.

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Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academy Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. 01778 422163. enquiries@bourneabbey.lincs.sch.uk Bourne Grammar School South Road, PE10 9JE. 01778 422288. enquiries@bourne-grammar.lincs.sch.uk Bourne Westfield Primary Academy Westbourne Park, PE10 9QS. 01778 424152. enquiries@bournewestfield. lincs.sch.uk Bourne Academy Edinburgh Crescent, PE10 9DT. 01778 422365. office@bourneacademy.org 44

bookkeeping?

Toolbar Bourne Snooker Centre, Cherry Holt Rd. 07749689026. Rotary Club of Bourne St Peter Toft House Hotel, Toft, PE10 0JT. Alan Kaye: 01778 560458. Evergreen Care Trust 01780 765900. www.evergreencare.org.uk Bourne Bridge Club Masonic Hall, 1-2 Roman Bank Bourne PE10 9LQ. 01778 423313 www.bridgewebs.com/bourne bourne4bridge@gmail.com Bourne Motor Racing Club The Coachhouse, Angel Hotel, North Street PE10 9EF. David Dykes: 01733 253867. A Handful of Harmonies www.handfulofharmonies.co.uk Bourne Borderers Edenham Village Hall, Church Ln, PE10 0LS. Elly: 01476 550741 or www.bourneborderers.co.uk Bourne Darby & Joan Club Memorial Gardens, South Road. 01778 570571. Rotary Club of Bourne David Staples: 01778 423121. Bourne Business Chamber Paul Ross 01778 440555. Bourne Ladies Dinner Club Conservatives Offices, North Street. Shirley Fairbairn: 01778 424613. Nubourne Woman’s Institute Corn Exchange. Mrs Jane Brown: 01778 420418. The Gateway Leisure Club for people with learning disabilities Bourne Youth Centre, Queens Rd, PE10 9DX, 01778 424235. Parkinson’s Disease Society 01778 440695 / 345395. Hereward Probus Club Rob Denton 01778 425276 denton.robert@gmail.com Bourne Preservation Trust Wake House, North Street. 07825 515394.

Clubs

Do you need help with any aspect of

Cleaning Dementia Support Group Corn Exchange, PE10 9AF. Kate Marshall: 01778 440153.

Friends of Bourne Woods Sarah: 07760 468052. Bourne U3A Val Palmer: 01778 394998. Val.U3A@talktalk.net Bourne and South Lincs ME Support Group

Wake House, North Street, PE10 9AE

Jan Limback: 01778 425422. janlimback@hotmail.com Bourne Civic Society Heritage Centre/Baldocks Mill, 21 South Street, PE10 9LY. 01778 422775. Bourne Arthritis Support Group 1st Thursday of every month, Community Room, Meadow Court, Meadow Close, PE10 9EL. Bourne Round Table PO Box 95 PE10 1AF. 07970 083134. info@bournefestival.com Organ Club John Wass: 01733 424 947. Bourne Footlights Karen MacQuarrie. 01778 345530 Grapevineeditor@yahoo.com Bourne and district scrabble club Every Tuesday 7.00pm Wake house. Angela 01778 426617 - Betty 01778 5234

Charities

Royal British Legion Burghley Street, PE10 9NS. 01778 421110. Bourne and Thurlby First Responders 01778 420357 or 07875 308837. St Barnabas Lincs Hospice Hannah Thompson: 01476 591010. ssafa Nev Johnson: 01778 394483. British Red Cross 01778 426452. Mencap Housing and Support 01778 423726. Bourne & District Lions Club PO Box 57, Bourne PE10 9HB. help@bournelions.org.uk 0845 833 2810. Len Pick Trust PO BOX 92, Bourne, Lincs PE10 1AD. 01778 424159. Fax: 01778 426711 enquiries@lenpicktrust.org.uk

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Bourne Abbots Petanque Club Abbey Lawns, PE10 9EP. 01778 394083. bournepetanque@hotmail.co.uk Bourne Town Harriers Senior & Junior Athletes www.bournetownharriers.org Bourne Rugby Union Football Club Clubhouse, Milking Nook Drove, PE10 0AX. 01778 393420. Bourne & District Lawn Tennis Club Abbey Lawns, Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. Helen Whitfield: 01775 670252. Bourne Town FC Abbey Lawns, PE10 9EP. 01778 420456. Brotherhood Kickboxing Academy, Bourne Martial Arts Centre, 3 Victor Way, PE10 9PT. 07944 281892. www.brotherhoodkickboxing.co.uk Bourne Town Bowls Club Coggles Causeway, Bourne. Mike Northen 01778 423353 mikeann24@sky.com Bourne Deeping Hockey Club susanmoakley@googlemail.com Bourne Outdoor Pool Abbey Lawns, Abbey Rd, Bourne, PE10 9ET. 01778 422063. Tracy Hankin Bourne 4 Fitness Disco/80’s Revival workout and Yoga/Pilates. 07799250581. tracyhankin72@gmail.com Bourne Leisure Centre Queens Road, Bourne, PE10 9DX 01778 421 435. Bourne Ladies FC 07971 555710 tinacrawley@talktalk.net Bourne Kart Club Please visit our website for details. www.bournekartclub.co.uk or find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ bournekartclub Ki-Ways Tai Chi Club 07413 620344 Bourne Dancercise & Keep Fit Methodist Church Hall, Abbey Road, PE10 9EP. 07730 223557. gilljanet@hotmail.co.uk; www.keepfit.org.uk

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01778 394935 New Springwells Practice The Surgery, Station Rd, Rippingale, PE10 0TA. 01778 440200. info@ruralmedical.co.uk

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Market Cross Surgery Market Place, Corby Glen, Grantham NG33 4NH. 01476 550056. www.marketcrosssurgery.co.uk Glenside Country Practice 12b High Street, Castle Bytham, Grantham, NG33 4RZ. 01780 410205. www.thebythams.org.uk St John’s Drive, Corby Glen, Grantham NG33 4LY. 01476 550251 www.thebythams.org.uk Galletly Medical Practice 40 North Road, PE10 9BT. 01778 562200. Hereward Group Practice Exeter St, PE10 9XR. 01778 391700.

Doctors

Baby Massage + Baby Yoga Groups (up to age 1) Bourne Children’s Centre Kim Wooldridge: 01778 570120 kimwooldridge365@btinternet. com Bourne Children’s Centre Queens Road, Bourne PE10 9DX. 01778 395895. Bambino’s Baby Centre 14-18 Manor Lane, Bourne, PE10 9PQ. 01778 422669 Musical Minis Pre-school music group for babies and toddlers. Janie: 01778 570340. janiemcc@sky.com.

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Bourne Arts and Community Trust Wake House, PE10 9AE. 01778 393517. wakehouse@talktalk.net Bourne United Charities 01778 422387.

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