Inside Tarring Magazine May 2022

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May 2022

Issue 49


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I am Liana, creator and editor of the Inside family of magazines covering Broadwater, Tarring, Durrington, Worthing, West Worthing, Goring and Cissbury.

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Inside Health & Wellbeing Are you in Control of your Pain Killers? ����������������������������������4

Inside Clubs and Hobbies Worthing Archaeological Society �������������������������������������������14 Inside Charity Found a Baby Bird? ��������������������������������������������������������������������16 Meet Turning Tides �������������������������������������������������������������������� 17

Welcome I can feel that lovely build up to summer. Tarring does summer so well. Hopefully this year there will be a lot of activity in the area, without the fear of cancellations. We will see sports returning and hopefully the hospitality sector will have a much better time. The cover image this month draws your attention to the Big Summer Sleep Out, hosted by Turning Tides. Demand for the services of Turning Tides has soared recently with many more people facing hardship and losing the security of a home. Worthing Football Club are providing their grounds for the event, and you can attend an event earlier on the same day and find out more about the work they do. Read about it on p17. Have a good read and a lovely month.

Inside Local History Get your free Worthing Heritage Trails! ��������������������������������18 Inside Your Environment Climate Resilience cEntre Worthing ������������������������������������� 20 Finding our Wild Side �����������������������������������������������������������������22 Inside Our Community Volunteer Appeal ������������������������������������������������������������������������23 Inside Your Month ������������������������������������������������������������������� 24 Inside Creative Waves A Catch up with Creative Waves ������������������������������������������� 30 Inside Puzzles ����������������������������������������������������������������������������32 Inside Colouring ������������������������������������������������������������������������33 Index and Useful Information ���������������������������������������������� 34

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Pain Killers?

any readers will be aware that there has been a long running Public Health emergency and scandal in the USA concerning the easy accessibility and over use of the opiate pain killer Oxycodone. Perhaps you have seen the excellent documentary “The Pharmacist” on Netflix. The program is about a Pharmacist in New Orleans who sadly loses his son to an Oxycodone overdose, then sets about finding out how this could have happened. He uncovers a horrific situation of over prescribing of Oxycodone driven by commercial interest and greed, which went on to engulf the American health system. It has been estimated that close to 500,000 Americans died in the decade 2009 to 2019 from the effects of prescribed and illicit opioids. This is far more than the number of Americans lost in the Vietnam War. Here in the UK, The Times newspaper has published a number of articles attempting to draw a comparison to the situation in here at home. Firstly it is important to appreciate that Oxycodone is an effective pain killer, and is a useful drug for prescribers to have in their arsenal, when dealing with patients who are suffering from severe pain caused perhaps by a


road traffic accident, an industrial accident, pain during the recovery from surgery, or sadly the pain often experienced at the end of life. How Oxycodone is used in the UK is governed by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) who publish the guidelines by which prescribers will use the drug. These guidelines are extremely tight and, in my view, are a very effective safeguard against the type of commercial free for all that has blighted the USA. However that is not to say that we do not have our own problems here in the UK. Working as a Pharmacist locally, I am certainly seeing more patients who are prescribed Oxycodone. What is worrying to me is that there are a greater number of young people taking the drug. Whilst I understand that there are good reasons for this, for example they may have had a bad road traffic accident and they need

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support, I am concerned that they may continue to take Oxycodone for longer that they need. If this happens then they will be clinically addicted, and this will have long lasting negative effects on their life outcomes. Whenever I am supplying opiate painkillers (not only Oxycodone, but Codeine, Tramadol etc), I try to get the opportunity when time allows to ask the patient how they are coping with their medication, to find out if they have any problems. Some are well informed about the risks, and are already trying to reduce the amount of opiate they are taking. Others, sadly, seem happy to continue to take the tablets and feel that they need them to cope with the multitude of challenges they have. If you feel that you have a problem with opiate analgesics, in the first instance you should try to raise this with your prescriber, usually your GP. But please remember that your Pharmacist is also there to help you with your medication problems. If you mention to your Pharmacist that you are worried that you are becoming dependant, it will be the first step to normalising your relationship with opiate analgesics.

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young people with the potential to flourish are rassroots music charity, AudioActive, not sidelined by finding alternative performance have expanded their Sussex base with a opportunities and positive role models in an new location in central Worthing. Look out for this innovative venue, combining increasingly homogenous industry. Driving commercial success isn’t the bedrock live music events, café and independent record of AudioActive, as Adam Joolia, CEO explains, store. You’ll find AudioActive in the former ‘Although many of the young people we work Dorothy Perkins building on Montague Stree. with go on to carve out careers as musical artists AudioActive are breathing a new second life into or even achieve global stardom, that’s not our the building with their ambitious project. If you main agenda. We simply want to make it possible look around closely, you’ll find the design has for young people and aspiring artists to use taken inspiration from the old shop’s previous music to reach their potential, whether that be life and more than a nod to the 1960’s brutalist as empowered and active members of society or architecture. tomorrow’s exciting artists and disruptors’. AudioActive has worked across Sussex for over Always ambitious, AudioActive’s vision is to 20 years running free to access music projects. create a Worthing one-stop music destination Collaborating with school and service providers. with a broad spectrum of choice for underTheir inclusive, drop-in programmes are creative represented and new music talent to perform, ways for young creators to connect with each open to other venues or promoters to advertise other and release difficult thoughts and feelings their own events. An independent vinyl store will through music, lyric writing, production and stock less-mainstream genres and music lovers performance. An open space for young artists, some owe their can tap into new releases through the streaming pods with curated playlists. Currently, AudioActive breakout success to early sessions developing are presenting the exciting opportunity to young their craft at AudioActive. Rizzlekicks, Celeste and entrepreneurs, interested in taking their first steps ArrDee, are a few with stars on the rise in chart, in retail, to run their own independent store within hip-hop and rap - and continue to support as the hub. patrons and advocates of the charity. Also lending The upper floors will house studios, lounge, his considerable stature as a patron to the youth kitchen and dedicated co-working space project, Room to Rant, is celebrity musician, for professional musicians to find resources, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, aka Rory Graham. Achieving AudioActive Opens up in Worthing equipment and access to not-for-profit recording success outside of the conventional academic label, MXTR. path, Graham is vocal about making sure that


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Youth Concert Band


avison Worthing Youth Concert Band is a registered charity that has been providing musical opportunities to young people in the Worthing area for over 40 years. The present conductor, Karen Kennard, was once a member in her youth! Open to boys and girls in full time education, the band have been supported by Davison High School for Girls for the last twenty years and use their hall to rehearse every Tuesday evening (term time) at 5pm. The band has a wide range of fun repertoire, ranging from the musicals, pop classics and film, to name a few. In a normal two-year period the band run a residential weekend one year, and a European tour the next. Both of these are always fun and memorable events, giving members the opportunity to enjoy their music as well as socialising and getting to know each other better. Blossoming romances have even been


known, resulting in marriage in later years! The band have performed concerts in Austria, Disneyland Paris, Spain, Luxembourg, Germany, Holland, and most recently Lake Garda in Italy in July 2019. The band perform regularly throughout the year but on the non-tour year, they always hold a themed showcase concert. Recent ones being ‘A Night on Broadway’, ‘The Oscars’ and ‘A Space Spectacular’. Check out the website for details on the upcoming ‘Around the World in Davison Worthing Youth Concert Band 80 minutes’! The continued success of the

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band depends on new members each academic year as senior players leave for university, and this year is no different. DWYCB NEEDS YOU! We are currently recruiting members to join our welcoming and friendly band, with vacancies for woodwind, brass and percussion players. In September 2021 DWYCB launched a Junior Band, welcoming younger children who are beginning their musical journey. This is proving a popular addition on a Tuesday and accommodates players from a much younger age. On Saturday 11th June, the band will be performing in Worthing Town Centre at 11:30am so why not come along and see what we do. If you are interested in joining our band or just wish to find out more, please contact us through our website, our Facebook page ‘Davison Worthing Youth Concert Band’, or by emailing our musical director Karen Kennard at



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Table Tennis Club


ongratulations goes to the Worthing Table Tennis Clubs A Team, having just been crowned winners of Division 1, the topflight, in the Worthing & District Table Tennis League on their first time asking. Players Pedro Santos, Sally Hughes, Nick Gamblin and Daban Razai secured the title with 3 matches to go over rivals Woodlands A, based in Angmering. Worthing TTC was founded in 2021 by Pedro Santos with the ambition of providing inclusive and accessible table tennis to all who wish to get involved with the sport. Table Tennis is one of the most versatile and adaptable sports in the world and the new club provides a fun and sociable community to support and encourage the goals of its members, whether that be weekly ping pong with friends or training for the next national ranking event. As the club approaches its 1st birthday there is a chance to reflect on the achievements of the year including: • 4 brand new teams in Worthing District League, claiming the crown of Division 1 in their first year • Collaboration across 5 schools and colleges • Outreach sessions in 2 local Care Homes • Participation at the Ping! England project, promoting outdoor Table Tennis in 4 parks in Worthing • A hugely successful new Monday


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f I were to ask you, what is the first thing that comes into your head when I mention public speaking? My guess is that you would immediately think of the hue & cry of politicians debating in Parliament, or bigwigs delivering grandiose speeches at glossy conferences. But you would be wrong to think that’s all there is to it. Whether it’s attending an interview for your dream job, giving a speech at a wedding, or choosing to stand for political office, all of these require basic skills in the art of communication and public speaking. So what is stopping you from being a great public speaker? The short answer is fear. After death and taxes, public speaking is commonly cited as being one of the most terrifying ordeals that any human being may face during their lifetime. The good news is that citizens living in the Worthing area have access to a fabulous resource. It’s called Worthing Speakers Club (https://worthingspeakers.

club) and we meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at the Burlington Hotel on Marine Parade. During the decade that I’ve been a member of the club, I have witnessed many people come through those doors. Most of them shy and terrified of speaking in front of an audience. And yet, many have gone on to achieve great things in their relationships, the workplace, and the wider community. It’s no wonder that the club has won so many prestigious awards! So how do we manage to achieve such splendid results? • We have a plan for you: new members enrol into a Pathway. There are 11 to choose from, covering such areas as ‘Motivational Learning’, ‘Engaging with Humour’, ‘Presentation Mastery’. Whichever you choose, it will take Worthing you from stumbling Speakers beginner, right through to confident professional. • We are a community: you will find teamwork, camaraderie,


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and mutual support at every meeting. And for good measure, we organise social events like our member’s Christmas party and stage our annual Speech on the Beach event on Worthing promenade. • Size matters: we are part of the international Toastmasters organisation ( ) which has more than 16,000 clubs in 143 countries. This means that we can draw on a lot of expertise and resources to help you. And now for the really good news. We aim to make membership affordable to the many. That’s why the cost of attending a meeting works out at little more than the price of a large cappuccino. So now you really can afford to take that first step towards being the confident public speaker that you have always wanted to be! We will be delighted to answer your questions: worthingspeakers@

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Worthing Archaeological Society


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he first public meeting of W.A.S. was on February 2nd 1922. A Lecture called ‘3000 years of hidden treasure’ was given by Thomas Sheppard, F.G.S, MSc.. The first President of the Society was Lieutenant Col. E.W. Margesson. On February 8th 2022 Dr Matt Pope, of University College London, gave a Lecture to the Society in the Exhibition Hall of Worthing College, entitled ‘The next 100 years of Archaeology in Sussex.’ Dr Pope talked about the problems facing Archaeology, the future of research, the importance of local Museums and especially

Curators with Archaeological qualifications. He singled out Worthing Museum as an excellent example of a Museum with, in James Sainsbury, excellent Curatorial skills. This was also our annual John Pull Memorial Lecture. At the meeting all Members were given a copy of a Booklet celebrating 100 years of WAS. The current President of W.A.S. is John Mills, recently retired West Sussex County Archaeologist. The Society continues with excavations in the local area, Finds processing, Surveying, and Training.

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turns 30 this year SHOW YOUR SUPPORT ON SATURDAY 18TH JUNE! On 18th June Turning Tides warmly invites you to find out more about their life-saving work supporting people experiencing homelessness across the county. Find out more about the charity’s innovative work being held across two events, hosted at Worthing Football Club. Meet Turning Tides in the afternoon and then be a part of their Big Summer SleepOut during the evening.

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Daytime event - Meet Turning Tides Midday to 4pm, free entry Community is at the heart of Turning Tides’ ambition to end local homelessness. Everyone is welcome at the afternoon event where you can: • Meet frontline staff who provide outreach services across the county, ensuring everyone has access to food, clothing, support, and advice • Discover the music, art and photography Turning Tides clients have produced which not only depict their experiences of being homeless but also harnesses their strengths, creativity and tenacity • Chat with volunteers who take on a wide range of activities from cooking breakfasts at the

charity’s Community Hubs to collecting donated items for accommodation services Explore ways you can get involved and support the charity; from holding your own event, becoming a volunteer or applying for one of the satisfying roles within the organisation Hear from clients about their experience of homelessness and their time with Turning Tides Enjoy food and refreshments as you take in the Hidden and Hunted photography display, compiled by women who experienced rough sleeping Be one of the first to step on

board Turning Tides’ amazing double decker bus. This innovative service is the first of its kind in West Sussex, and designed to take support on the road to people experiencing homelessness in rural areas. Originally a vintage passenger bus, now converted into a mobile hub complete with kitchen, washing machine, shower and toilet. Refreshments will be available throughout the event. Booking: No need to book – just turn up on the day Entry: Open to all Cost: Free to all

Evening Event - The Big Summer SleepOut - 6:30pm onwards, register in advance £20 per person In a new exciting location - Worthing Football Club - you can bed down for the night - from dusk until dawn to show the community how much you care for people who have nowhere to call home. The number of people homeless across England is predicted to jump by a third in the next two years. The impact of the pandemic, soaring food and energy bills and government measures coming to an end will force more people onto our streets. Turning Tides need your help to meet the rising demands placed on their services. Together we have the power to make a difference and support people on their pathway out of homelessness.

The event will include the opportunity to hear stories from those who have experienced homelessness, and the frontline keyworkers who support them. Participants will also receive a light evening meal, breakfast and unlimited hot drinks. Booking: Must be in advance Entry: You must be 16 and over to attend, and those aged 16-18 must be accompanied by an adult who has also booked a place. Cost: £20 per person, there is an early bird discount - funds raised go directly to support people experiencing homelessness. Scan QR code:

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etween 2011 and 2013, the Worthing Heritage Alliance published 12 Worthing Heritage Trails covering all historic parts of the borough, including the prominent archaeological sites of Cissbury and Highdown. A grant from the Lottery, made it possible to give these leaflets away free of charge, and they proved immensely popular. The town centre and Tarring trails were particularly popular, although none went as quickly as the pubs trails! When the funding ended, it was necessary to charge for the trails and this is when the problems began. The charge was 50p and no one minds paying that amount: the difficulty was being able to find retail outlets. So, without outlets, many of the trail leaflets disappeared back into their boxes and into storage. Time for Worthing and Worthing Borough Council have now stepped in to revive the trails, planning to publish five

new, updated trails this June. I have been working with the Time for Worthing team on the new design and content. We will keep you posted on our progress. But what of the old trails? Some of the information is now out of date, but most is still accurate and well worth reading. Worthing Heritage Alliance has decided to give away the old trails and Worthing libraries will be the main collection points. So, for those of you who may not have heard of the Worthing Heritage Trails, here is a resume of all twelve, including details of where you can get your copies. The Four Town Centre Trails and the Pubs trail. Four trails cover Worthing town centre. You will learn about the town’s notorious smuggling Get your free Worthing Heritage Trails! history and of the Skeleton Army riots that brought disgrace to Worthing in the 1880s. Some of


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the buildings included on these trails you will know, but others, largely forgotten in back streets, may be new to you. Each one has a story to tell. There is also a pubs trail. Sadly, in the nine years since this trail leaflet was published, several town pubs have closed. Even more closed in the 1980s, especially along Montague Street. You may be surprised to learn just how boozy Worthing was in the recent past! These trail leaflets can be picked up from Worthing Library Broadwater Trail and Broadwater Cemetery Trail Broadwater was a village, parish, and thriving community, long before Worthing was any of these things. Worthing officially became a town in 1803, but Broadwater was recorded in the Domesday Book and boasted an imposing church and a manor house. This trail seeks out the

Tarring Trail Everyone should visit Tarring and the only medieval street in the borough. Yet Tarring High Street was nearly demolished in the late 1920s, when a road-widening scheme was proposed. At that time there was no Rectory Road, and all motor traffic coming into Worthing from the north had to pass along this ancient thoroughfare. By a majority of only one vote, Worthing councillors decided to build a by-pass instead which became Rectory Road. There is also the Old Palace to enjoy and St. Andrew’s church. In the churchyard is the oldest legible grave inscription anywhere in the borough: to poor John Parsons, who died of consumption (TB) in 1633. This trail leaflet is available from The Parsonage Restaurant and Bar in Tarring High Street.

much still remains of historical interest, if you know where to look. Jefferies Lane, named after Richard Jefferies, the naturalist and visionary who died there in 1887, is an unexpected delight. For a moment, you can imagine yourself transported back 150 years to an age when life was far slower and the world seemed more at ease with itself. This trail leaflet is available from Goring Library. Salvington and Durrington Did you know that Durrington was the centre of medieval Sussex cider industry, or that John Selden, one of this country’s most profound thinkers and politicians, was born in Salvington? These villages may have been swallowed up by urban Worthing, yet many of the old village cottages and houses still remain and are shown in this trail. This trail leaflet is available from Durrington Library Cissbury Ring Cissbury is a vital link to our understanding of prehistoric times. Cissbury contains the second largest assemblage of flint mines anywhere in the British Isles, and the second

largest fortified enclosure (or ‘hillfort’). For ancient people, Cissbury was of great significance and we can be sure that for thousands of years, generations of our ancestors, came here to work and even to fight. Cissbury may have had a spiritual significance too, now lost to us by the passing of time. This trail leaflet is available from Findon Valley Library

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remnants of old Broadwater that remain. There is much of interest in Broadwater Street East, and Broadwater Green – once believed to be the largest village green in the country – has a fascinating story to tell. Broadwater Cemetery contains the burials of nearly all the eminent townspeople of the Victorian and Edwardian era. The Friends of Broadwater and Worthing Cemetery have rescued the cemetery from years of vandalism and neglect and now run regular tours among the graves, telling the stories of our Worthing ancestors (http://www. ). The cemetery heritage trail is the perfect introduction to the cemetery and its secrets. These trails can be collected from Broadwater Library

Highdown Highdown has great archaeological interest, with many other strings to its bow. The mysterious tomb of John Olliver, one-time miller of Highdown, a reputed smuggler, whose life and times have become the stuff of folklore and legend. The unique and beautiful Highdown Gardens, laid out by Sir Frederick and Lady Stern in the early part of the last century – a gem in Worthing’s crown. This trail leaflet is available from Goring Library. Heritage Videos A series of short historical videos that were made for the trails. I really do urge readers to take a look – http://www.

Goring Trail Poor Goring was almost levelled to the ground by developers in the 1950s and 1960s, yet

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CREW (Climate Resilience cEntre Worthing) is a part of a growing network of Climate Emergency Centres (CEC’s) across the UK

Meet some of the people behind the project Sean Hellett Co-Founder I am a retired business manager in the aircraft electronics business. I became acutely aware of the climate issues after reading the book Sapiens. The latest IPCC reports make it very clear how much we have to change if we want to achieve the targets we set to reduce emissions and preserve a future for our children. We need to bring communities together to help each other adapt, share and learn how to live with climate and ecological change. There are many community groups in Worthing that would all benefit from having a central hub like CREW where we can engage and support each other.

Amberlouise Everitt Co-Founder I work locally as an IT Tutor and Work Preparation coach and have had a particular interest in the environment and climate change. I have read the latest IPCC reports and Chatham house report which came out just before COP26. It is absolutely imperative we all pull together to build resilience and care into our communities. I intend to do as much as I can to mitigate the impacts for my children and grandchildren and our community. Living in a coastal town we will be more prone to flooding as well as other impacts of climate change. CREW will build on local alliances and look at issues such as food security (80% of UK food is imported), rewilding, cutting emissions, green transport, wellbeing, health and active hope.

Isabelle Tarbett Volunteer Coordinator Isabelle expressed an interest in coordinating after the initial CEC survey went out, “having recently retired, I wanted to use my free time doing something useful, while working in the community. For me the environment and the climate crisis is the biggest issue we’re facing and when Amberlouise and Sean came up with the CEC Worthing, I just jumped on the boat!”

Pauline Cory Director TTW (Transition Town Worthing) In 2015 Transition Town Worthing ran an energy advice service at Colonnade House. Having a town centre base meant that people could pop in and chat about environmental concerns, not just how to save money on fuel bills. We only had that space for 9 months as the Council then needed to refurbish it, but it showed us what was possible. We’ve had a dream since then of sharing a base with all the local environmental groups so that people can drop in, chat, learn what’s going on locally and find out how they can help. Thanks to the hard work of the CEC team, we hope this will soon become a reality. We’re all in this together, we might not be able to change the world on our own but by taking small, achievable steps to reduce our own carbon footprint, we can all make a difference.

The CREW team hopes to dissect the full survey responses soon to ascertain what sort of activities and events Worthing residents would like to have available in the CEC. “We were bowled over by the response to this with over 70 offers from local residents who wish to volunteer. We are in discussions to find the Climate Resilience cEntre Worthing right building for our project and we hope to see you in the town centre soon! We have plans to set up a logo competition and a big opening event!” Watch this space…


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s a new desire for wildness emerging in Worthing? The movement for turning grass into meadow and the ‘no mow’ movement is in full swing. But Worthing is also captive to another widespread impulse: people can tend to see their garden as extensions of the home, which need to be kept ‘clean and tidy’ - as domestic space rather than outdoor space. And those garden centres! Worthing loves a bedding plant. We claim to love nature, but we see ‘mess’ and ‘wasteland’, comments Betsy from Blue Campaign. But nettles are fantastic for butterflies; cinnabar moths love ragwort. I used to think of ‘mess’, but now I’m understanding. Our family’s on a journey, too. A few years ago, we removed the ‘neat’ turf and topsoil, hoping for a pollinator-friendly wild front garden. We sprinkled yellow rattle in the autumn, hoping it would fulfil its promise to break up soil and leftover grass, allowing wildflowers in.

It didn’t. Didn’t even germinate - apart from three solitary vagabond plants which (amusingly) shot

up in the tree-formed pavement cracks on the kerbside, where the soil is poorer. So next year, we took a bit more topsoil out, then sprinkled the bare front garden with a mix of ‘native’ wildflowers and some poppies. We bordered all this with marigolds because we’re still junkies for the gaudy - hooked on brilliant colours. Years of drooling over websites and catalogues full of wine-gum annuals have blunted our taste. We’re in recovery from bedding plants, and it’s going to take a while. We’ve also only recently learned that those popular ‘pictorial meadows’ are a different thing from a true wildlife-friendly perennial meadow, which will be more grassy than floral. Betsy advises: Nature doesn’t have to be ‘pretty’ … there’s this idea of nice-looking flowers. The mindset is stuck. Everything is beautiful in its own right. So this year, no scatter-boxes. We’re holding our nerve and simply leaving be. Sarah decided, when she moved here 15 years ago, to shift her relationship with the land her house sits on. We let the garden do its own thing. But if we have a project, the garden accommodates

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us. Basically, we pause before we intervene. It’s a 2-way relationship. So half our front garden is wild and half is infilled. We’ve noticed a huge increase in diversity - we’ve got bats, more varieties of butterflies - red admirals, fritillaries, tortoisehell, downham blue. Sparrows, goldfinches, all the tits, robin, wren, jackdaws. Toads. So many interesting beetles.

Dare I ask about slugs? I do. Ignore ‘em! I go with Monty Don - if you have a garden that accommodates wildlife, they will take care of it. There will be balance. Leaving trays of water around helps. Our hosta is a tiny bit nibbled, but it still looks great. And slugs don’t overeat - our veg is all fine - look! (Sarah’s right. She’s got loads of fruit & veg). Because we’ve got wildlife, including so many birds and hedgehogs, the slugs never take over. Can we learn that unruly kerbsides and gardens are not ‘mess’ - but wildlife resting places that nurture essential biodiversity? Our lives depend on it.

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llr Hazel Thorpe and Iona Harte are appealing to recruiting some additional volunteers to help with Community Gardening @ Fairoak Triangle, which is a spin off volunteer group originally started by Tarring Flood Action Group, in order to maintain the recently installed Rain Gardens and help make Tarring more flood resilient. Community Gardening Community Gardening events take place on the 1st Saturday of each month (10am outside Thomas-a-Becket Junior School, Rectory Road), and we need more help! our usual volunteers either election campaigning or immersed in organising Party in the Park, Neighbourhood Watch Forum and Platinum Jubilee street party amongst other things. Iona commented “I love the people of Tarring, their generosity, willingness to get involved, all round community spirit.” So.... what we need is more ‘community spirited’ people to

help with the cause. We were joined recently by a new Tarring resident and volunteer, who said “What a great way to do something so worthwhile, keep active, meet the community and make new friends”. Adopt-a-Drain Another great initiative where local residents and business owner’s adopt-a-drain (or drains) where they work or live in order to keep them clear and better able to cope when we get the occasional cloud bursts and excess surface water. Street Clean We love our ‘village’ and like to keep it clean and tidy, 3 or 4 times a year we get together to sweep, weed and litter pick, why

not join us or start a group in your street? Litter Pick Friends of Tarring Park have a regular slot on the 2nd Saturday of each month (10am in the park) and Tarring Flood Action Group /Community Gardening do the same on the 1st Saturday of each month (10am at Fairoak Triangle) as part of the garden maintenance initiative. So in summary, we have vacancies for; Head Gardener, General Gardeners (for light duties), Adopt-a-Drainers, Street wardens and Litter Pickers for anything from 1 hour per month upwards, depending on how much time you can spare and how involved you want to be.

Please contact us at and visit the website Volunteer Appeal to find out more.

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St. Andrew’s Baby & Toddler Group meets every Wed in term time from 1.15pm - 2.45pm in the Old Palace, Glebe Rd. BN14 7PF - everyone welcome

A year of events at Amberley Museum There are a series of special events planned at Amberley Museum for 2022: Spring Bus Show, Sunday 1st May. The Classic Motorcycle Show, Sunday 8th May, is a highlight of the museum’s year when a collection of over 100 classic motorcycles, all pre-1992, will be on display in the museum grounds to celebrate the history of British Biking. Environment Day, Saturday 11th June. Father’s Day & the Emergency Services, Sunday 19th June. A special day of celebration, with free entry for Dads. The Steam Show, 2nd and 3rd July. A weekend of everything steam-related!

Amberley’s 21st Classic Car Show, Sunday 17th July, when around 100 classic cars from the 1955 to 1993 era will be on display. Other upcoming and popular summer/autumn events include Railway Gala Weekend, Retro Wheels, Steampunk Weekend, Communications Day, Bank Holiday Ale & Crafts, Miniature Steam Weekend, Land Rover Day and special Halloween and Christmas celebrations. Set in a former chalk and lime-making quarry, Amberley Museum’s unique displays of working and industrial history are open year-round and include facilities for school and community group visits.

Worthing Spanish Conversation Club The Club meets at the Broadwater Parish Centre, 117 Broadwater Rd., Worthing. The Club meets every Saturday at 11:00am for an hour to chat and practice speaking Spanish in a friendly group, no lessons and no homework! For more information please call 07791 979909


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High Salvington Windmill stands high on the hill above Worthing in High Salvington. It was built on the site of another mill in 1756, and was fully restored in the 1980s. Each summer the mill opens to visitors on the 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoons from April to September. The first Open Afternoon was on 3rd April. Visitors can enjoy a cup of tea and piece of homemade cake, admire the 18th century windmill, and the little mills alongside, work the village pump, and even take a tour inside. It costs £1 per adult to enter the field, and just £1 more if they want a guided tour. Pay at the gate. Accompanied children free. Park at nearby carparks: Gallops, West Hill, Honeysuckle Lane.

Broadwater’s Big Day Out Save the Date for the annual (and greatly missed) Broadwater’s Big Day Out, by Worthing Fire Station and Broadwater Carnival Society. 23rd July 2022

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Walking Groups in Worthing We are friendly groups of people going on slow walks of up to an hour. The groups are based at Broadwater, Durrington, Heene and St. Lawrence. We meet at Broadwater Green pavilion Wednesday at 9:45am, on Tuesday 9:45am at St. Lawrence Surgery, also Tuesday 10:15am at Marine Gardens cafe for Heene and Wednesday afternoon at different venues in Durrington each week. Contact details for each group are:




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Worthing Friendship Centre’s The talk on Thursday May 19th by Tony Pratt is about the Loxwood Canal. Meetings at the English Martyrs Barn at 2:30pm. New members are welcome. Unfortunately there are times, when the programme has to be changed at the last minute but alternative speakers, or a quiz, still make for an entertaining afternoon. Why not give us a try? The first two meetings are free. For more information call Julie on 07981239017.


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Tarring Priory Bowls Club invite the public to try bowls by taking part in the national Big Bowls Weekend from Friday 27th May to Sunday (morning only) 29th May on their green in Church Road Tarring, behind St Andrews Church. Everyone is welcome to come along, just wear trainers or similar, as everything you need will be provided. The playing season is underway with the summer months to look forward to. Should you be interested in joining contact Kevin Tester who deals with recruitment at kevintester666@ or look at the club’s website www. For the first time this year, Tarring Priory will hold a Ladies Singles Championship as the number of female members continues to increase.



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May is filled with colour and design. This month the West Sussex Art Society returns, as well as luscious lino-cuts by Suzy Riot, first time exhibition for Urszula Kasza and playful paintings from 1 Mary Kinsella. We end the month and begin June with a group exhibition, 3Style, featuring 3 artists & 3 friends. Find all of this and more at Colonnade House, Worthing’s creative hub. West Sussex Art Society Annual Show 2022 3 - 8 May 2022 It’s time for the West Sussex Art Society Annual Show. During the exhibition, guest judge, sculptor Philip Jackson will select the recipient of the Juliet Pannett Rose Bowl for the best in show. 2 Come along and witness the varied talents of artists and creatives from across the county. Riot + Payne 10 - 15 May 2022 Are you ready for Riot + Payne? 3 Suzy Riot & Michele Payne have joined forces for this joint exhibition of colour and printmaking. Expect vibrant paintings and bold linocut prints in the gallery for one week only. Both local and both brilliant. Urszula Kasza: Inspired Motivation 10 - 15 May 2022 Urszula is ready to inspire and 4 motivate. After suffering a stroke at a young age, Urszula has used her love of art and creativity to keep positive . Her love of the natural world and foreign travels take centre stage in her diverse collection of oils, acrylics and colour pencil studies.

Samuel Murdoch: Human Nature 17 - 22 May 2022 Meet Barry. Barry is the brainchild 5 of illustrator and Colonnade House studio member, Samuel Murdoch. In this illustration exhibition you’ll find original paintings, drawings and prints exploring all things human, featuring Barry of course!

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May 2022 Exhibitions & Events at Colonnade House

Mary Kinsella: Sea Views & Other Stories 17 - 28 May 2022 After a successful exhibition in 6 2020, Mary has taken the time to work on her latest collection of enchanting and lively paintings. Mary’s joy for life is evident in her colourful seascapes and entrancing large scale abstract pieces. Mary hopes you’ll leave her exhibition feeling inspired. Am lie Collyer: Botanicals 24 - 28 May 2022 Just a stone’s throw away from 7 Colonnade House, Am lie Collyer is bringing The Art House to the gallery. Like many of us - Am lie spent lockdown learning new creative processes and is now prepared to show her latest range of ceramics, paintings and beautifully upcycled furniture. 3Style 31 May - 5 June 2022 3 friends have come together in 8 style this week. After rescheduling their exhibition from 2021; Amanda Booth, Angeline Pantall & Nicky Dawes are excited to present their atmospheric beach scenes, playful pet portraits and unique resin art creations. 3Style is open across the Platinum Jubilee, the perfect chance to be inspired by brilliant British art.

1. Frida Katlo: Suzy Riot 2. West Sussex Art Society 3. Evening Sun: Michele Payne 4. Beach: Urszula Kasza 5. Forager Barry: Samuel Murdoch 6. Mary Kinsella 7. Ceramics: Amelie Collyer 8. Wave: Amanda Booth

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MAY 1st Will & The People plus supports 6th Liqiud Logic - Free Entry 7th Blunter Brothers - Soul/Motown 10th Robyn Hitchcock 12th Thunderthumbs - Tribute to the music of Louis Johnson 13th Iron Boot Scrapers/Victorious/ Dominic Frisby 14th 2 B Human/Not Right Here Launch party 15th South Coast Blues Jam 17th Factory Local - Marie Dance & Richard Dadson/Xoe B/Donna Harfield 20th Murdochs Crazy Eyes - Back In Time 80’s night 21st The South 22nd Scooter Sunday 12-4pm 26th The Allergies - Full Band 28th Laura Vane Soul Lounge 31st Factory Local Bands TBC

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Sign up for ‘Sunrise to Remember’ and rise to the challenge for hospice care Registration is now open for St Barnabas House’s brand-new walk, Sunrise to Remember. Taking place on 25 June 2022, Sunrise to Remember promises all the excitement and camaraderie of the hospice’s celebrated midnight walk, Night to Remember, but with a special sunrise twist. Instead of walking through the night, hundreds of supporters will be setting off from Worthing Leisure Centre at 4.15am, walking from darkness into the sunrise on a 10 or 20-kilometre route through the tree-lined paths of Worthing, across fields, down rivers and along the beautiful coastline. Sunrise to Remember is open to all ages. Registration is £25 per person and £15 for children under 14, there is also a family ticket (please see website for more details) available for £65. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Sign up before 14 April 2022 and receive an early bird discount of 20% per person. Find out more and register at sunrisetoremember.

ARISTOCRACY TOUR – SATURDAY 4TH JUNE 2022 The next tour at Broadwater Cemetery is named “Aristocracy”, a nice tie in to Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. On this tour you may hear stories about people buried in the cemetery with a loose “Royal” connection. These include Mary Finch who came from an Aristocratic family, whose home was used for the coronation banquet of George III in 1761. Mary’s ancestry goes back to Lady Jane Grey. Caroline Heath Barrett a wellknown actress who married a well-known actor – became known to Queen Victoria and


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was appointed as the Queens’s own private reader. Also Violet Cameron, actress & singer who had a very public affair with the Fifth Earl of Lansdale, a married man no less! Barclay De Mounteney is also mentioned on the tour, he held a high position in the Royal Household, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King William IV and also Queen Victoria. Please meet at the Chapels at the front of the cemetery for these and more interesting stories, and where hot and cold drinks and delicious homemade cakes can be had for a donation.

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e are very pleased to announce the official launch of our new project Green Connections at BugCycle Community Garden, in Beach House Park. Funded by People’s Health Trust using money raised by Health Lottery South East. The focus of this 2 year project has been working together to support our community; creating a welcoming and restorative space, promoting healthy living and growing free food in the mini allotment. Participants are learning new skills, meeting people and improving their wellbeing through creative practice. Lots of great ideas for the community space have been suggested over the last 2 years and our network of volunteers has increased massively. Run by local people, we want the whole community to enjoy and engage so that they all feel considered, connected to each other and proud of the garden. We look forward to developing and delivering the ideas and will continue to work closely with the Council’s Park Rangers who have been a massive support since the start. Look up our Friends of BugCycle group on facebook, (suggested by one of our regular volunteers)....where we can all add useful information to learn, to share and to follow the progress from your own home if you’re not able to join us in the park. It’s a closed group, so you will need to ask to join. We will be in the community garden every Wednesday morning 10am - midday.

“Active Communities support people to create and shape local projects that will help their community or neighbourhood to become even better. Active Communities projects aim to develop social links and ties and support residents to discuss and act on things that are important to them.” People’s Health Trust is an independent charity investing in local neighbourhoods to help create a society without health inequalities. It works closely with each of the regional and country lotteries raising money through The Health Lottery, and distributes We look forward to seeing you in the park, or hearing from you online if easier. Many thanks

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1952 I think we can all agree that after the last couple of years, everyone deserves a celebration. What better excuse could there be this year than the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June? The Brooksteed have organised to close South Farm Road between Pavilion Road and Henty Road to throw a community street party on Sunday 5th June. Even if monarchy’s not your thing, there will be something for you. Including

Independent Worthing’s monthly artisan market, Children’s rides, live music, food & drink, bake off competitions, a dog show, as well as a plethora of other activities. It coincides with national Thank You Day, supported by the NHS as a big national pat on the back for all everyone’s community efforts over the past few years, although it’s almost inevitable that there will be minor arguments over the bunting.



2022 The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth 2nd took place in 1952 and was celebrated around the country with street parties and community gatherings. In the Great British tradition of these street parties, The Brooksteed would like to invite everyone from our local community to come on down. Bring your family, a picnic table and chairs, a picnic and come join in the fun.

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