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From the Editor ……. Welcome to this Summer’s edition of nEWs and viEWs. It’s Carnival time in Ewhurst once again and on the centre pages you will find everything you need to know about what will be on offer in July. Do come along with family and friends to support the day, which will be fantastic fun for all. As usual, we also have lots of interesting articles in the magazine along with information on other local events for you to enjoy over the Summer. Just to remind you that the magazine is now also available online for those who might like to read it this way or share it with family or friends outside the village. Go to the new church website www.eofgparish.org.uk and try it. I am always happy to receive items for publication in nEWs and viEWs, so if you have anything of interest please either send it to me at p.henry@metrics -consulting.com or give me a call on 01483 275380. If you would like to advertise in the Autumn edition of the magazine please contact Val Henry at val.dixon.henry@btinternet.com or on 01483 275380 by early August.

Best Wishes .. Phil Henry

Highlights of the Summer Issue News from St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church

p8 - p20

News from the Baptist Church

p24 - p29

News from Ewhurst CE Infant School

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Local History Corner

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Ewhurst Parish Council

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In Our Midst

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Rainbow’s End Pre-School

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Ewhurst Players

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Stoolball Club News

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Ewhurst Horticultural Society

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The Hoppa provides a range of services for anyone in the community – REGARDLESS OF AGE or ABILITY – who does not have easy access to public transport. This means young and old alike as well as those in between, and anyone with a disability, regardless of whether it is permanent or temporary.

Veterinary Practice Philip M Stimpson MA VetMB MRCVS 1 Mapledrakes Road Ewhurst GU6 7RG

“Hop on a HOPPA today!”

01483 276464

For full details of services and prices, or for an application form to join the Hoppa Travel Club, please telephone:

41 Woodridge Hill Guildford GU2 9AD 01483 570782

01428 681701

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THE GLEBE CENTRE The refurbished Glebe Centre has re-opened for business under the control of the Parish Council rather than Waverley. Councillor Val Henry has been the driving force behind this initiative and has helped form a committee of volunteers to oversee its management. This photo shows the Wednesday Coffee Morning in action in its much improved surroundings. As with our other community buildings it will be expensive to maintain, so usage has to justify its ongoing availability. The Parish Council has committed to an initial five year lease from Waverley during which time its viability will be monitored. Bookings at the Glebe should be made via Wendy Bollans, 01403 252954. If you would like to check it out for a private or community event please give her a call for hire rates and availability.

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ST PETER AND ST PAUL’S CHURCH

A NEW BEGINNING As I write this, it is Ascension Day and I’m reminded of the disciples who have just seen their leader and inspiration go into heaven. Even though they had been told what would happen, they would have been feeling a great sense of loss and wondering what to do next. After all, this was the second time Jesus had been taken away from them. The first was at his crucifixion and now at his ascension into heaven. After the first time, he had miraculously returned to them, but this time it was to be different. There was no going back. They were on their own. Here in Ewhurst – and indeed in Okewood and Forest Green – we have lost our spiritual leader in the parish quite a number of times; for me this is the fifth time I have known a vacancy between Rectors. On each occasion, the initial thoughts are ‘how do we cope?’ We are now on our own without a leader. But cope we do. During each vacancy, the church continues its work and its worship due to the commitment of a great number of people. I, with others, may have the privilege of leading services and preaching, but that is not possible without all the background and unseen work that goes on. I cannot possibly compare ourselves to the disciples, but our situations are similar. The disciples found themselves with instructions from Jesus to go out and tell the world about God, about Jesus, about the Holy Spirit. I am sure that they felt inadequate but we see now how successful they were. Here are we, 2000 years later in a land some 2000 miles from where they were at that time, worshipping just as Jesus commanded. That instruction from Jesus to go out and spread the Word of God applies to us just as much as it did to the disciples – even when we do not have a Rector to lead us. Each time a Rector leaves, our pattern of services and our pastoral care continues. We can all feel inadequate at times, but with the help of God the work of the church goes on. The last 16 months have shown that to be the case. We have gone through a period of major change in our parish, we have successfully brought together three churches with different traditions, we have continued our worship in all three Summer 2018

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churches and, with God’s guidance, we hope to appoint a new Rector over the next few weeks. We cannot pretend that the process has always been easy and at times we have felt frustrated, but determination and prayer have triumphed. By the time you read this, the name of the new Rector may be known. Whoever he or she may be, we look forward to a new start in our parish life. We look forward to continuing our work of being disciples for our own time and in our own parish and, most of all, we look forward to working with a new Rector in taking forward our ministry. Indeed, we look forward to a new beginning.

John White Lay Minister

Churchwardens’ Report We held our final meeting of Ewhurst Parochial Church Council on Tuesday 6th March and drank a toast to all the parish had achieved in years past, thanks to the many people who gave their time and talents over all those years. That took us on to the first meeting of the new parish of Ewhurst with Okewood and Forest Green on 20th March, when the new trustees were elected. The new governing body, the Parochial Church Council, is made up of the following members, representing the congregations: Churchwardens Ewhurst Okewood &Forest Green

Jane Harry & Jackie May Peter Bennett and Tony Brimelow

PCC Elected Ewhurst Val Henry Jan Jesson Michelle Matthews Sarah Smith Patrick Thompson Clive Ward Amber Wood

Okewood &Forest Green Shirley Dighton Jan Moir David Steel Angie Thomas Barry Thomson

Deanery Synod Represenatives Ewhurst Liz Tingley Janet Templeman

Okewood & Forest Green Mike Brady

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Joanna Cadman is continuing as PCC Secretary. Liz Coleman is our new Parish Administrator and Electoral Roll Officer. We will be working closely with each other to bring our congregations together and we held our first joint service at Okewood on Sunday 29th April and plan to have the next one in Ewhurst on Sunday 29th July. To reflect the new parish, the e-mail address is now eofgparish@gmail.com and the new website is www.eofgparish.org.uk. If you click on the photo of your church, you will find all the information which was on the previous website.

Update on a new Rector The post of Rector has been advertised and two candidates were selected for short listing. People in the parish had a chance to meet them informally at a social evening at Oakwood Village Hall before the interviews. The appointment process is ongoing, and once completed the new Rector will be announced on the Pew Sheet and the website. Jane Harry & Jackie May Churchwardens

HELP TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE CHURCH WHILE DOING YOUR SHOPPING We have registered Ewhurst Church on the easyfundraising.org.uk website. You can shop with 2000+ Brand Name retailers and to raise funds you just register and use the links from the site- it's that simple! Up to 15% of every purchase is donated, depending on which retailer you select and what you buy.

PLEASE REGISTER TODAY FOR EASY FUNDRAISING! www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/ewhurstpc

Don’t forget that you can read nEWs and viEWs online and in colour. Just go to the Home page at www.eofgparish.org.uk and click on the link to the magazine. Summer 2018

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Roof Repair Project Update Thank you to everyone who has supported our “Save a Slab” campaign. You have donated over £4960 so far which will help to meet the shortfall of costs for the first part of the work to be done on the Chancel. The Quizzers also did well, those at the Bulls Head raised £610 and at the Charity Quiz, £600 – all that brain power put to good use! The Golf Day and Dinner Dance were not as well supported as we hoped but still raised over £2,000 and was very much enjoyed by all who came. Congratulations to the golf team from the Bulls Head, Andy Hutson, John O’Brien, Barry Jones and Frank Gray on becoming the Team Champions. Many thanks to Clive Ward and Jackie May who organised the events. We hope you will support our Gift Day in June as this will also support the work on the church roof. See details on the enclosed leaflet and in the advert in this magazine. Most of the surveys on the church are now complete, although you will see on the church calendar that we have bat surveys taking place in May and June. Please be aware of these dates and, if possible, avoid the church surrounds then. During the surveys, the stonemasons noted that the SE and SW buttresses to the Bell Tower were in a dangerous state and immediate repair work was done to stabilise them. Luckily, this was completed before Easter, so services were not disrupted. Our architect is now busy putting together the specifications for all the work to be done which, after approval by the PCC, have to be sent to Guildford Diocese, Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England for final approval. However, during this waiting period, tenders can be obtained from specialist firms for work and supplying materials. Martin Lockwood has kindly offered to advise on CDM matters. Hopefully, approval by all the organisations will be gained before July, so that the application to HLF to release funds for the actual building work can be submitted before the deadline in September, allowing initial building work to start as soon as possible in the autumn. The Roof Repair Project Team www.ewhurstchurchrestoration.com 11

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SAVE a SLAB – SAVE the ROOF IMMORTALISE yourself for just £20!! For £20 your name will be recorded and stored in the Chancel Roof. There will be an “In Memoriam” section where names of loved ones can be can be recorded for donations of £20 each. (Gift vouchers are available if you Gift a donation) A list of all names will also be displayed in the church. To find out more contact Clive Ward on clive@ward.global, phone 07769 349 525 or visit the Roof Restoration website: www.ewhurstchurchrestoration.com

A FUN NIGHT AT THE RACES Saturday 25 November Ewhurst Village Hall

7.00pm ‘til late, 1st race 7.30pm Licensed Bar

Come along and support us as we raise money to repair the roof and stonework of our lovely Parish Church. We still have a £60,000 deficit to cover this year and we hope this event will make a dent in this. Place your bets, cheer on your horse – you can even “buy” one and win a bottle of Bubbly if it wins! Get together with your friends or with people you know from one of the many village organizations and make up a table of 8 if you can, or buy tickets individually if this is not possible. More details in September 13

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RICHARD CLEAVES—BEM A Tribute from a Villager I first got to know Richard as a neighbour when I moved to Ewhurst and thought he was a kind, considerate but rather shy person. I came to know him much better and soon realised that under the quiet exterior was someone hugely energetic, spending the majority of his time and efforts on the community. I have always admired his ability to chair meetings without overpowering - he is open to other people's views and ideas, positively encouraging members to be forward thinking and creative. He has also been directly involved in nearby Cranleigh's upgrading of the village structure, giving invaluable advice from the disabled persons point of view. His main characteristic is that all this is done quietly - no fanfare, no wish to be in the spotlight, no seeking of praise. It never ceases to amaze me how many things he is or has been involved with - probably dozens more than anyone is aware, in addition to those minuted in the parish council records. All down to being a real hands-on Chairman and local resident. Ewhurst is genuinely blessed to have him!

We are a non-profit making community pre-school in the heart of Ewhurst Village providing early years education for 2 to 4 year olds. We’re open 9.15 till 12.15 term time. We also offer extended sessions till 14.45 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Feel free to drop in or contact us to come and meet the staff and children. Tel: 01483 808488/01483 278378 rainbowsendpreschool@gmail.com www.rainbowsendpre-school.org.uk Summer 2018

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EWCARE EwCare is a good neighbour scheme which provides support to people (any age) in the Ewhurst and Ellens Green community. It was set up in October 1998 and continues to provide a valuable service for the community. We are happy to be celebrating our 20th anniversary this year! Our aim is to put people who are in need of non-specialist help in touch with someone who can provide that help. That could be anything from transport for a surgery/hospital appointment, shopping, collecting a prescription, light gardening, walking your dog or just visiting for a chat. All our helpers volunteer their time and services free because they want Ewhurst and Ellens Green villages to continue their reputation as a caring community. Requests for help are made by telephoning the Duty Officer between 10am and 12 noon Monday to Friday on 01483 277606 . They will have details of what each volunteer is able to do and also of their availability, and match the request for help with the most appropriate volunteer. There are only two thing we ask, that you ring strictly only between 10am and 12 noon and try and give us as much notice as possible. Once the arrangement has been finalised and the required information completed, the volunteer carries out the request and collects a voluntary donation to cover basic expenses. So please don’t forget to call EWCARE on 01483 277606 and talk to the Duty Officer for neighbourly help that is available for anyone in need in our community. We are always looking to increase the number of volunteers to help in particular with transport to the Royal Surrey County Hospital. Volunteers only give their time when it is convenient to them, there is no regular timetable and because we have so many volunteers there is the option to say no when asked as you will know someone else will be available. EwCare provides a parking permit for the hospital and we can cover the cost of your fuel. If you can spare some of your time please get in touch with Nicky on 01483 275768 or Angie 01483 277505 By volunteering for EwCare it encourages people in the village to get to know each other. We hold a Tea Party every year as a way of saying thank you to all our volunteers and a sociable AGM. 15

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SONNY’S CAFÉ is open in the Wilson Room at St Peter & St Paul’s Church on school term mornings. Just drop in on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday from 8.45am until mid-morning. We serve Fair Trade tea and coffee, soft drinks and biscuits in the wonderful surroundings of our new room, in the heart of the churchyard. There are toys for the children and a warm welcome for everyone—stay as long as you like and make new friends!

St. Peter & Paul, Ewhurst

BABY AND TODDLER GROUP Come along and join us in the Wilson Room (adjacent to the Church) to meet new friends, have a coffee and let your children enjoy the toys and activities. We are here every Friday in term time between 10am and 11.30am Toddlers, new babies, all are welcome Please bring a responsible adult with you! Rosie, Jan and Mary Rosie Smy (01483 351386), Jan Jesson (01483 276655)

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Saint Peter and Saint Paul Ewhurst

A club for children which takes place on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays in the month. Children can be dropped off at the Wilson Room for a 10:30 start. Activities include art, craft, music and games and children of all ages are welcome – though under 3’s need to be accompanied by an adult. The session ends at approximately 11:45 when parents are welcome to join us for refreshments. There is no charge for the sessions. All new Treasure Seekers members receive a welcome pack and their very own Treasure Chest! So, come along and join! For more information contact Sarah Smith on 277469 or at sarahseal1@yahoo.com

……. FROM THE PARISH CHURCH REGISTERS Wedding: 26th May

Emma Roberts and Joe Hobson

Baptism: 4th March

Albert Geoghegan

Memorial Service: 26th April

George Spiers

Interment of Ashes: 1st April th

19 May

Marianne Wood George Spiers

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CHURCH GIFT DAY Saturday 30 June 2018 outside the village shop from

8am – 1pm

Your chance to support

Ewhurst Parish Church URGENT REPAIRS NEEDED It can’t survive without your help More information on how to make your Gift and why it’s so important in the Gift Day leaflet delivered with your nEWs and viEWs

PATTERN OF CHURCH SERVICES WEEK

8.00am

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Holy Communion – Common Worship (Treasure Seekers)

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CW Morning Prayer

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10.30am

Holy Communion – Common Worship (Treasure Seekers)

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Morning Praise (Treasure Seekers)

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Evening Praise

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COME to the PET SERVICE! Sunday 19th August at 10.30 am at the Rectory Pets of all descriptions are welcome at this special service along with their owners. Please make sure that you are brought on a lead or are kept safe in a suitable way so that you and your owner can enjoy the service. Biscuits available afterwards!

Surrey Hills Summer Family Concert The Surrey Hills Summer Family concert will take place on Saturday 16th June at 6pm at Cranleigh Village Hall. The concert features the Surrey Hills Singers (Mum’s choir), Young Voices and Training Choir and promises to be a fantastic evening with a programme suitable for all generations of the family. The choirs will perform a mix of styles and favourites including Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect”, the Andrews Sisters “Shoo Shoo Baby”, Jessie J’s “Price Tag”, some lovely folk songs and spirituals and ending with a number of songs from the wonderful musical “Mary Poppins”. The choirs sing from memory so they can engage directly and share the emotion of each song and some songs are choreographed to add even more entertainment value! Do join us for a wonderful evening of great singing. You won’t be disappointed! Tickets for the concert are £10 for adults and £2 for children under 16 and are available on the door, or from Debbie at debbie@surreyhills-choirs.co.uk or by calling 01483 276281. Refreshments are included in the ticket price and are held after the concert with the performers. All three of these choirs are unauditioned and new members will be welcome in September. Contact Debbie for further details. Summer 2018

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Traidcraft is NOT the same as Fair Trade goods that are sold in the supermarkets. These Fair Trade goods only help large scale producers, not the small and most vulnerable farmers and traders. Since Fair Trade goods have been available in supermarkets, the income from Traidcraft sales has declined as people do not realise the difference. This means the most vulnerable workers are suffering. Traidcraft runs projects developing people’s potential to trade their way out of poverty in their own countries. Traidcraft also lobbies big business and government for fundamental changes to the way trade works so that it benefits the poor. Traidcraft believe that this is the “Best of Fair”. The Church Traidcraft stall is open in the Wilson Room on the 3rd Sunday of each month after the 10.30am service. The following items are available: kitchen towels *** toilet paper *** face tissues *** chocolate bars ***nuts biscuits *** olive oil *** tea *** coffee *** cocoa *** cleaning products greetings cards

Melody Memories CRANLEIGH If you have memory problems or care for someone who has, why not join this fun and stimulating singing group? Run by an experienced and supportive team, you can be sure of a warm welcome and lots of laughter. Where ? Cranleigh Arts Centre, 1 High Street, Cranleigh GU6 8AS When ? On Wednesdays fortnightly - 10am to 12.00pm 6th & 20th June, 4th & 18th July, etc. Cost ? £4 per person per session How ? Just turn up! Or for more information please call Camilla on 07596 10 70 10 or email camilla@prospercommunities.org.uk

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Loxwood Landscapes

Paul Gregson BSc Hons Hard and soft landscaping Garden design Any project considered For friendly advice and a free and prompt quotation contact Paul on 01403 753 204 07949 312 402 paul@loxwoodlandscapes.co.uk

Comprehensive Foot Care

HAZELBANK COUNTRY STORES

Health Professions Council Registered Chiropodist/ Podiatrist Sue Elliott D.Pod.M.,

The Street, EWHURST Tel 01483 277442

M.Ch.S, HPC Registered

Surgeries at Ewhurst 01483 277257

Groceries - Greengrocery Beers, Wines & Spirits Tobacco - Confectionery Newsagent

and

Cranleigh 01483 276178

LOCAL DELIVERIES

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Ewhurst Baptist Church INTERREGNUM what a word! I thought I’d look it up to be sure I knew its proper meaning. Wikipedia told me: The Interregnum was the period between the execution of Charles I on 30 January 1649 and the arrival of his son Charles II in London on 29 May 1660 which marked the start of the Restoration. Let me say at once, I know for a fact that neither Simon Bodington nor David Minns were executed and pray fervently that we won’t need to wait eleven years for their replacement and anyway our King is with us always. Nevertheless both churches have had to work hard and pray even harder seeking replacement Ministers. We here at Ewhurst Baptist Church have managed to grow during this period and we are very pleased to be starting ‘SHOOTS’. Please see our separate advertisement for details. While with Youth, well Toddlers really, our group on Wednesday morning is doing very well and our Toddler leaders have many different activities up their sleeves—just don’t tell the Teddies! KIKS continues, sometimes noisily but always with love and friendship. We talk (a lot) laugh (a lot) drink tea, eat biscuits and cake (a lot). There is a hard core of board game players but plenty of other things to do too (especially talk!). Do come along, we can arrange to pick you up if necessary. This year sees our 110th anniversary on 15th July, the day after our Village Carnival, and we will be holding a birthday service and celebration to which you are all welcome. Watch this space! So, please take care. May God’s blessings and our prayers be with you all.

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WeCare—A new group for people with Dementia Are you caring for , or living with, someone who has memory problems or who has been diagnosed with Alzheimers or Dementia? Would you like some support? A chance to talk with others in the same position and have a little time to relax and enjoy being part of a group that shares your problems. WeCare is a group that meets twice monthly in the Glebe Centre in Ewhurst where volunteers run a relaxed and informal get together. Enjoy coffee, tea and cake, games, chat, exercises and music. If you are interested come along and join an enthusiastic group where you will have an opportunity to unwind ...... somewhere where there is a warm welcome for all. Transport can be arranged. The Glebe Centre, Ewhurst, GU6 7PY 10.00 to 12.00 noon, on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month For further information contact: Carol on 0775 854126, carol@highedser.co.uk or Tony on 01483 267027, tony.gauvain@btopenworld.com

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More news from Kondanani Children’s Village What an amazing May bank holiday weekend we’ve just had! Three consecutive days of glorious sunshine is almost unheard of! In Malawi there’s a public holiday in early May too. Labour Day is celebrated on the first of May and there is usually sunshine, and it’s relatively warm (despite being it being winter) but for some, it’s not always an occasion to celebrate. Last year around this time, a lady I had met on several occasions on previous visits to Malawi, went into labour with her sixth child. Her husband had recently abandoned the family, and she was now the sole carer and provider for her five children. She had taken in a lodger to help pay the bills, but times were very hard. The staff at the clinic where she went for her antenatal check-ups had warned her that this was a big baby and that she would need a C-section for a safe birth. The first pains started in the small hours of the morning. The lodger was dispatched to get a taxi (a bicycle taxi that is) to take the soon to be mother to the clinic about an hour’s walk away. No taxi could be found for quite some time and when eventually one did arrive, the long, painful ride over muddy, potholed roads was almost unbearable. When they eventually arrived at the small local clinic, the sun was almost up and the baby was coming too fast for an ambulance to make it to the bigger hospital with the right equipment for the birth. Things didn’t go well during the complicated delivery and only the mother survived. When I think back on some of the experiences from my time in this small African country, I’m incredibly grateful and very excited to be able to invest back into a community where the needs are so great. I know the paediatric hospital we’re setting up at Kondanani Children’s Village won’t be a maternity unit, but it will be able to help save and improve lives of the Summer 2018

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beautiful children I have grown to love. The hospital buildings have been completed and we are now working on raising funds for equipment to run the facility. If you are interested in finding out more about the project, I’d be happy to answer any question you might have. For anyone wanting to make a donation, the Kondanani UK bank account details are below. Thank you and bless you. Co-operative Bank, Account name: Kondanani, Account Number:65111057, Sort Code: 08 92 99. Ewhurst Baptist Church - Penny

The Black Bumble Bee Mystery. Eager for a hint of Spring in mid March I looked at the flowering Pulmonaria with its pink and blue flowers and a little later on at the yellow flowers of the purple Berberis Thunbergii. I was intrigued to find four or five totally black bees with bright orange pollen sacks and very long proboscis, buzzing around diligently even on this cold dull day. In preparation for the forthcoming annual Friends of the Earth ‘Great British Bee Count’ in July, I tried to identify it. I found a similar identification photo on Google of a “rare black bee”. In the same week I heard on the radio that at Aston Pottery in Oxfordshire about one hundred rare black Bombus Ruderatus Bumble bees had been rediscovered. In the last forty years apparently this species of bee has declined by 70%. I read recently that they are now being produced commercially. Having observed these bees carefully I would think that they would be excellent pollinators as they work hard even on dull days almost from dawn to dusk. Could they really be “rare” bumble bees or does anyone locally have a hive of black bees? If anyone can throw a light on this mystery I would be delighted to hear from you please, at email ewhurstbee@gmail.com. If you want to take part in the Great British Bee Count, more information can be found at https://friendsoftheearth.uk/bee-count. Ewhurst Baptist Church - Eileen

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Ewhurst WI Ewhurst WI meets in the Village Hall at 8pm on the second Thursday of the month. In recent months we have had several guests come along to our meetings. We are pleased to say that they enjoyed their visits and have now joined us as members. Why not consider joining us one evening? You will receive a warm welcome and have the opportunity to listen to an interesting speaker or watch a demonstration, followed by the opportunity to meet some of your near neighbours. Lunching Ladies and various other outings are also arranged throughout the year. If you would like any further information please contact Lyn Southgate on 01483 548966. You can now also check us out on Facebook.

EWHURST BOWLING CLUB EWHURST BOWLING CLUB, SITUATED ON THE EDGE OF THE RECREATION GROUND, ALWAYS WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS, BOTH THOSE WITH EXPERIENCE AND NEWCOMERS WHO WOULD LIKE TO LEARN. YOU DON’T NEED EXPENSIVE EQUIPMENT TO START, JUST A PAIR OF FLAT SHOES TO KEEP OUR BEAUTIFUL GREEN IN GOOD CONDITION. BOWLS IS A GAME FOR ALL AGES. MEMBERS ARE RENOWNED FOR THEIR FRIENDLINESS, AND THE CLUB HAS LOTS TO OFFER IN THE WAY OF SOCIAL ACTIVITIES TOO. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE CONTACT NIGEL ON 01483 272513 OR RICHARD ON 01483 277494.

WHY NOT COME ALONG AND SEE IF BOWLS IS A GAME FOR YOU!

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SAWN TIMBER eg fencing, logs, oak beams, weather boarding etc Tel: (01483) 548754 Mob: 0771 9026998

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News from Ewhurst C of E Infant School The summer tem is well underway, and the children are looking forward to using our swimming pool in the second half of the term. We are extremely grateful to the parish council for their generous donation in support of the pool. The Jubilee Garden continues to be a wonderful learning environment for the children, with the vegetable plot being cared for by our after school club Explorers this year. The small woodland is our Forest School area and is used to make dens, set trails, build fires and create woodland art; the pond hosts a range of wildlife and is always the final home to the many froglets nurtured in classrooms.

Our annual Feeling Good Week takes place at the beginning of July. This is part of our PSED (Personal, Social, and Emotional Development) curriculum. Our whole School trip to Sayers Croft falls in this week, and other activities will include classbased growth mindset activities to further develop life skills; a skipping workshop for all children funded by our Sports Premium grant; our annual Pet Service, held in the Rectory Garden, and a family PSED activity for home learning. The school grounds are once again open on 16th and 17th June, from 2.00 – 6.30pm, for Ewhurst Secret Gardens. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit our wonderful learning environment, and see the successful cultivation of both flowers and vegetables by the children. Our traditional Summer Fair this year is being held on Saturday 23rd June from 12 noon—2.30pm and will have many favourite activities, including Maypole dancing. The Seaside theme will have children enjoying plenty of beach games and activities! Each year the PTA raises a significant amount of money which contributes to the resources for the children, so please do put the date in your diary and support this village school event. This year the funds raised will go towards some much needed IT hardware, including ipads for class use. The governors have currently raised approximately £95,000 for the new Dove Centre building, but still have £50,000 more to raise, and our next fundraising event is a singalong screening of Mamma Mia at Ewhurst Village Hall on June 15th. Doors open at 7.30pm, with the film starting at 8.00pm. Entry tickets are £5.00, and there will be a prosecco and soft drinks bar. Please contact governors@ewhurst.surrey.sch.uk to book tickets. For prospective parents Opening Morning tours will be scheduled for the autumn term, but families are always welcome to contact the school office (01483 277291) to arrange an individual visit. The school website contains a wealth of information about the school and provides prospective parents with a flavour of our outstanding provision and some of the special activities undertaken by the children. Do have a look at www.ewhurst@surrey.sch.uk. Jane Dyer (Head Teacher) 37

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LOCAL HISTORY CORNER, by Janet Balchin Ewhurst People - Marguerita Fowler - VAD, Girl Guider and Missionary Marguerita Fowler was born in 1884, the daughter of Letitia Fowler and the late Canon Fowler, of Spange Hawe, Ewhurst. Canon Fowler had died in 1892 and Marguerita and her mother and sister, Maude, moved to Ewhurst around 1906. In 1909 Maude was married at Ewhurst to Harold W. Hodges, a master at the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth. Marguerita never married but devoted her life to helping others.

The Girl Guide movement was established in 1909 as a response to the large number of girls wishing to join the newly-established Boy Scouts. It is not known when Guiding started in Ewhurst, but in the early years of the First World War Marguerita was the Captain of the Ewhurst Girl Guides, who were active in supporting various war efforts on the home front. In 1915 she joined the Red Cross and trained as a V.A.D. (Voluntary Aid Detachment) nurse. She worked part-time at Oaklands Auxiliary Hospital in Cranleigh from January 1916 until October 1917 and then, for a while, at Torquay Hospital. From June 1918 she worked full time at the Essex County Hospital, before returning to Surrey to work at Thorncombe Military Hospital near Bramley and Henley Park Military Hospital, near Guildford. Her mother died in 1924 and in 1926 Marguerita trained as a missionary and went to live in an isolated part of Canada as a ‘Bishop’s Messenger’ (similar to a ‘lay reader’), where she established a community centre at ‘St Faiths’ in Swan River, Northern Manitoba. Her ‘parish’ covered 400 square miles, extending as far north as Hudson’s Bay. It was a remote and sparsely populated area and Marguerita and her helpers worked tirelessly to support both white settlers and the local native people.

She founded the first company of Girl Guides at Swan River and eventually became Division Commissioner for Guides and Brownies for Northern Manitoba. Because of the vast distances between settlements she established a ‘Lone Guide’ programme, which allowed a single girl to become a member and keep in touch by post. She was appointed O.B.E. in 1931 for her work at St Faiths and in 1942 was presented with a Medal of Merit for her services to girl guiding in Manitoba. It was noted that Guide membership had grown from 31 in 1929 to 520 in 1942 and the Lone Guide programme was particular successful. Summer 2018

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She kept in touch with Ewhurst, writing regular letters for the Parish Magazine and visiting on occasions when she returned to England. She died in 1970 and her ashes were interred on her mother’s grave in Ewhurst churchyard - Letitia Fowler’s grave is marked by a stone cross on the west side of the path near the gate from the churchyard to the Old Rectory Drive. In 1973 a plaque was placed in her memory in Brandon Cathedral, Manitoba, “in honour of a great pioneer lady, whose vision and fervent dedication to a calling has furnished the people of Swan River and surrounding areas with a unique experience in courage, Christian love and charity”. It reads “To the Glory of God/ and in memory of Marguerita D. Fowler O.B.E./ Founder of Bishops Messengers of St Faith’s 1928/ Born 1884 – Died 1970”

Ewhurst History Society Ewhurst History Society meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at Ewhurst Baptist Church from September - May. Non-members are always welcome. For our first talk on the 18th September we have Brough Scott talking about his new book ‘Churchill at the Gallop’. For more information contact Janet Balchin on 01483 277342 or email ewhursthistory@btinternet.com.

EWHURST SECRET GARDENS Once again the annual tour of Ewhurst’s Secret Gardens will take place on Saturday June 16th and Sunday June 17th, 2-6pm, when visitors can enjoy gardens that are usually hidden behind walls, fences and hedges. This year we are focusing on the middle section of the village where there will be a variety of sizes and styles, each with their own unique charm. Two tea venues will be available with our usual variety of delicious cakes, and signs will be displayed in the village to show which gardens are open, as well as a map on the back of the tickets, which are available from Hazelbank Country Stores or at any of the gardens on the day. A large plant stall will also provide something for everybody! Proceeds are shared between the Village School and other local charities that benefit the youth of the village. Entry is £6.50 which covers both days (£5.50 OAPS) with 50p discount if purchased in advance. Accompanied under 14’s free.

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Tree Surgery ~ Hedge Cutting ~ Garden Maintenance All types of fencing supplied & erected, Logs for Sale .

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Over the last few months a new Parish Council website has been designed and it will shortly become live. The new address is www.ewhurstellensgreen-pc.gov.uk and it will be easier to find what you want with a plainer design. The Parish Councillor and Clerk e-mail addresses will also be changing to follow the generic pc.gov.uk format and these will be publicised in due course. The Parish Council has worked hard over the last few weeks to conform with the new data protection regulations and all our policies in this regard will be publicised on the website. Future communications with the Parish Council may involve you confirming your acceptance of our Policies regarding the service we are providing and I hope this won’t be too onerous but we are now obliged to conform. Please note forthcoming meetings of the Parish Council: Monday 18th June 2018 Monday 16th July 2018 NO meeting in August Monday 17th September 2018 All of these meetings start at 7.45pm in the EYSC. Planning Meetings are on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7pm in the EYSC if there are applications to consider. Agendas for the meetings go up on the notice board opposite the shop by the weekend before the meeting and are also on the website. Please be aware that all Parish Council meetings are open to the public and although the public may not participate during the meetings there is an adjournment during which residents may speak on subjects of concern or interest. Jane Bromley www.ewhurst.org clerk.epc@btinternet.com

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In Our Midst - Anne Barrett-Lennard An inspirational interest in so many things The enthusiasm and interest which Anne has in so many things must surely have inspired the many young people whom she taught during her career in education. Now in retirement with husband John, she has for many years, taken an active part in many aspects of village life.

Her parents moved to Guildford from London soon after the first war and it was here that she was born, a full eleven years after her two sisters and two brothers. In fact, while she was at school during the second war, they were already actively involved with wartime jobs, one sister nursing in London, the other supervising the telegram office in Guildford which could be a very harrowing job. Her older brother was a navigator in a Wellington bomber and the other had elected to serve in submarines. She had a lovely childhood, she says. There was always something going on with the neighbours and her young friends around her home just off Woodbridge Hill. They had a big garden, both her parents gardened and with an allotment, they were pretty self-sufficient. Anne's lifelong interest in wild flowers began with her Mother and together they would regularly take long walks to find and study them. She particularly remembers walking along the Pilgrim's Way from Pewley Hill to St Martha's Church and from the Watts Gallery across the golf course to Puttenham. With chalk downs, heathland, clay and rivers all nearby, there was so much to find in the different habitats. No surprise then that her family regularly won the wild flower display at the Guilford Show. Music is another great interest. Starting young and helped by her father who played the banjo, she learned to play the xylophone at home and gave performances at school. At eight she conducted the school percussion band and started piano lessons which she continued for many years into the senior school. She loved to attend the concerts held at the Odeon Cinema and sometimes in the Technical College Hall. The Guildford Philharmonic was led by the well-known conductor J Crossley Clithero and of the visiting celebrities, the wonderful violinist Ida Haendel was particularly memorable in her flowing red dress. Now they go to events at G Live. At 10 years old Anne passed the eleven plus exam to go to the County Grammar Summer 2018

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School. This meant that at 15 she should have been in the first year to take the new O Level exams but the rules did not allow this. A very unsatisfactory situation. She was always interested in the academic subjects and at A-level took French, Latin and Maths. By this time she had young nephews who lived locally and she found that she very much enjoyed looking after and working with them. This was probably the reason why she decided against going to university and to wait a year before applying for primary teacher training. In this gap year she learnt a lot about life, taking a few jobs and travelling in Scotland. After that she had a very enjoyable time at Bishop Otter College in Chichester from where she was able to enjoy the countryside, cycle to the coast and explore all around the harbour, Dell Quay, Bosham, Fishbourne. Her father died while she was at college and after qualifying her first thought was to go home and teach locally. Later, a move to a new school at Kiddington, Oxfordshire was both rewarding and enlightening as the county was educationally streets ahead with a very foresighted education officer. A move to join a friend at a school on the outskirts of Reading was a totally different experience. Badly run and in a difficult area, the head could not keep her staff and although she stayed only a short time, when she left, Anne was the longest serving member of staff. However, she considers herself fortunate to have had such a wide experience in such different situations. In the 1960s, French was introduced into primary schools and she opted to learn to teach the language. Six months of intensive conversation sessions in the George Abbott School language laboratory were followed by a final three months in Paris. What a wonderful experience. With a friend, she would walk from their hotel each day to the course at the Institut Britannique de la Sorbonne and at weekends explore places further away such as the homes of Renoir and Van Gogh. On her return she not only taught the subject but was responsible for introducing it into other schools in the authority. Anne gained her first headship at Sandfield School in Stoke Road, Guildford. She was there for five years and loved every minute of it. Although it was a crowded, limited site on both sides of the road, the staff were wonderful and the parents very supportive. The Ugandan Crisis at that time meant they received several Asian families into the school. Some were very deprived and it was marvellous to see how they blossomed with better food and living conditions. Anne will never forget one social occasion when a Sikh family in their traditional dress complete with turbans did English barn dances across the school hall. Later, the 43

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son from that family passed his 11+ on the strength of his description of his first ride on an elephant when visiting relations in India. Not what you expect in deepest Surrey. With reorganisation in 1976, Sandfield was due to become a first school and Anne moved to become head at Bushy Hill, Merrow, one of the newly created middle schools. Nothing had been done to prepare for the new school and the first six month period was exhausting, non-stop work. A school with a wide catchment area including Clandon and Burpham, Bushy Hill was a huge challenge and never easy but it had a groundswell of support which made it very rewarding. Before the National Curriculum tightly defined what had to be taught, it was very satisfying as a head to allow her staff to work to their own strengths and develop their own ways of doing things. Pupils benefitted hugely from this flexible approach and job satisfaction was enormous. It was hard work but never dull. Anne met John while she was on holiday with a friend and he was walking with a group from Harrow, his home town. They were quite different she says but their shared interests brought them together and they stayed in touch. After other walking holidays taken together, they were married in 1984 and moved to Ewhurst in 1994. The bungalow in the Cranleigh Road has a perfectly shaped garden and is within the sound of the church bells, a priority for John. Now they were able to immerse themselves in the things they enjoyed. A flower arranging course at Merrist Wood College was like a breath of fresh air and there were wonderful walking holidays both at home and abroad, to study and photograph the wild flowers and architecture. Using John's beautiful photographs, they have given over two hundred and fifty talks about the places they have visited and what they saw in both town and countryside. Their beautiful garden was created and Anne was a committee member of both Ewhurst Horticultural and History societies. As church warden at St Peter & St Paul she worked with Colin Stewart and particularly remembers the hard work done during the vacancy before David Minns came. They made a good team, like the Charities Group who she still works with today. In fact it is being part of a team with everything she has done in life which Anne says has given the most satisfaction. Geoff Harry Summer 2018

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News from Rainbow’s End Pre-school So far during the Summer term, the children at Rainbow’s End Pre-School have been getting involved in a Transport theme. They’ve played with diggers, construction and space travel. This week, we had a visit from Dorking Fire Station’s White Watch, which the children thoroughly enjoyed. They got to see where the hoses and tools were kept and got to sit in the engine. At the end of the session, they experienced using the water hoses which was probably the best bit of the morning. A member of staff even had to dress up as a fire person much to the delight of everyone! After half term, the theme changes to ‘Around the World’ where we will be taking adventures round all the Continents and exploring different cultures. Office: 01483 808488 rainbowsendpreschool@gmail.com www.rainbowsendpre-school.org.uk (You can also find us on Facebook)

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AUDITION NOTICE for the play

THE ACCRINGTON PALS by Peter Whelan----------directed by Meg Bray. Tuesday 5 June at 7.30pm and Sunday 10 June at 2.30pm at the Village Hall, Ewhurst, GU6 7PX We are auditioning all male and female roles ranging from 8yrs to 70s. We are particularly interested in male actors late teens to early 30s. This play is part of Ewhurst Players tribute in Nov 2018 to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. Further details regarding the auditions are available from the director on 01483 278014 or email bray.meg@googlemail.com. All current and new members and inexperienced actors are welcome to audition. Summer 2018

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JANE BIGGINS What a tragic loss for our Players. Jane had been a staunch and reliable member of the Ewhurst Players for 30 years. A versatile and talented actor, she took an incredible variety of roles from comedy to serious drama, with a dedication to perfecting her characterisation. In spite of a very busy life she would spend time each day meticulously learning her lines and seeking to develop her character. Jane was indeed multi-talented and had an enormous knowledge of literature, opera and the arts. She was a huge asset to the Players ..... playing the keyboard for Panto for many years and creating wonderful artifacts and masks etc. for numerous productions. One of my earliest memories is of her delightful portrayal of Widow Corney in our 1988 production of " Oliver!" The Ewhurst Players have lost a very dedicated member and she will be greatly missed by us all. George Yates

Governors Wanted at Charity Schools for Dyslexic Children The Moon Hall Schools Educational Trust is undergoing some exciting new developments with the appointment of two new Head Teachers. The Trust was established in March 1990 and is a registered charity, running two schools for around 160 dyslexic children at Holmbury St Mary and Leigh in Surrey. Experts differ on the extent of dyslexia in the population but the consensus is that between 10% and 15% of people are dyslexic. Dyslexia occurs in people from all backgrounds and of all abilities. Examples of well known people with dyslexia include Richard Branson, Tom Cruise, Jamie Oliver, Steven Spielberg and even Albert Einstein. To help the Trust deliver its objectives in this important area of education, the Trust would be delighted to hear from individuals who might like to offer their support as Governors of the two schools. Experience may be in education (perhaps with direct experience of dyslexia), or in business management, or in financial management/accountancy, or in IT systems, or in marketing & business development. The Trust also wishes to appoint a new Chair to lead the Board. For further information, please contact Dr Bruce Dean, Chairman of the Finance Committee: brucedean@statacom.net or telephone 07763 146521. Details of the two schools can be found at moonhallschoolreigate.co.uk and moonhallschooldorking.co.uk. 49

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WEATHER REPORT RAINFALL Quoted in millimeters (1 inch = 25.4 mm) Feb

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Apr

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RAPLEY’S GROUND AND GARDEN MAINTENANCE LAWN AND FLOWER BORDER CARE TREE INSPECTIONS/PRUNING FISH POND SERVICE DRIVEWAYS/GARDEN PATHS SWIMMING POOL MAINTENANCE TREE SURGERY

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EWHURST MONDAY CLUB The Ewhurst Monday Club is a social club for Senior Citizens. We meet on the third Monday of the month at the Glebe Centre, Ewhurst, at 2.15pm from April to October and at 2.00pm in the winter months. We have a presentation or a talk or a Member’s Meeting with a nice tea. Each November we go to the Bulls Head for lunch and a film. Our Programme is on the notice board at the Glebe Centre.

Visitors are welcome and pay ÂŁ1 for their tea. If you would like further information, please contact Jean Dodd: 01483 278184.

EWHURST HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY www.ewhursthortsoc.org.uk We will be holding the 125th Summer Show on 14th July in the marquee on the Recreation Ground. Open 2pm. Presentation of awards, auction and raffle at 4.15pm. We have a wide variety of entries, please see all details on the website or in the show schedule. With vegetables, fruit, flowers, pot plants, floral art: including "Handheld Wedding Posy", "Tickled Pink" and for boys and men "Arrangement in a Wellington Boot". Photography, including: "Footprints", and "Still Life". Handicrafts, including drawing or painting, item of handicraft, needlework, knitting or crochet. Home fare items including white loaf, fruit scones, lemon curd, shortbread, jam, cordial and more. We look forward to seeing lots of entries in the children's classes. Pre-school: Colouring in of a line drawing (approx A4). 8yrs and under: a vehicle made from vegetables. 16 years and under: mini allotment in a seed tray or five cheese straws. Please support us - we look forward to seeing lots of entries in the show. Help is always available - contact Zoe the Show Secretary on 277960 or e-mail showsec@ewhursthortsoc.org.uk. We would appreciate entries by 12th July.

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St Peter & St Paul’s Church Contact Details Rector

PCC Secretary

Vacancy

Joanna Cadman

Church Office

Sidesmen’s Guild

eofgparish@gmail.com

277584

Anne Barrett-Lennard

Lay Minister

277075

Bell Ringers’ Guild

John White

277663

Jan Jesson

Church Wardens

276655

Flower Guild

Jane Harry

275047

Jessica Hogan-Smith

Jackie May

548923

Readers’ Guild

Pastoral Assistant

272146

Jane Harry

Jan Jesson

276655

275047

Safeguarding Officer

Deanery Synod

Sarah Smith

Liz Tingley

277471

Sunday Coffee Rota

Janet Templeman

548419

Pam Childs

PCC Treasurer

277489 277511

Parish Magazine:

Michelle Matthews

267790

Editor, Philip Henry

Director of Music

275380

p.henry@metrics-consulting.com

Val Henry

275380

Distribution

Treasure Seekers

Graham and Pam Childs

Sarah Smith

277469

277511

Advertising

Parish Administrator Liz Coleman

268627

Val Henry 277584

275380

Parish Web Master Geoff Harry

275047

www.eofgparish.org.uk

Ewhurst Baptist Church Contact Details Minister in Training: Gill Wickenden (gill@ewhurstbaptistchurch.org.uk)

267878

Deacons: Andy Curwell Brenda Buchanan Cherry Matthews Glesni Pratt Marian Copus

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KIKS Club & Room Hire Treasurer Secretary & Parent & Toddlers Group

Church Office:

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