Inside West Worthing Magazine - August 2022

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August 2022

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Liana Naylor PUBLISHER/EDITOR

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

Welcome

Happy August to you. I hope you are all managing to get some rest from the old routine during this very hot summer! Inside Magazines has had a challenging year, we’ve enjoyed considerable growth and amazing feedback that demonstrates to us that Inside Magazines are “expected” through the door now by our lovely readers. Despite this, paper prices have risen exponentially as well as other costs. The good news is that we are determined to continue, and plan to really investigate and share information about a more sustainable future. The combined skills of the minds behind the magazines will come together to really hone down with some original and useful content. In the meantime, we have fully audited the number of magazines needed and eliminated waste wherever possible. Our print partner has one of the best sustainable records in the country and the paper we use is fully recyclable and sourced sustainably. To mitigate the cost challenge, we have (hopefully temporarily) reduced all seven magazines back down to 32 pages. This means that some regular features have not made it into the magazines this month, to allow others to have a voice too. Bear with us.....it will be worth it! You can follow the start of our sustainable and digestible content using #LetsSusItOut Happy reading!

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Inside Charity Cancer United �������������������������������������������������������������������������������8 Local Charity Trustee receives British Citizen Award ������� 10 Kintsugi Women Exhibition ������������������������������������������������������12 Blood Cancer UK ������������������������������������������������������������������������14 Inside Correspondence Letters to the editor �������������������������������������������������������������������14

What’s INSIDE?

Inside Health & Wellbeing When You Feel “Burn-Out” ���������������������������������������������������������4 Free PSA Testing Returns to Worthing ������������������������������������6

Inside The Real Repair Shop Do we ever own our own Stuff? ��������������������������������������������16 Inside Our Community Heene Cemetery ������������������������������������������������������������������������18 Inside Your Environment Collected on the Coast – Brewed on the Hill ������������������� 20 How will Climate Change Affect Food Production? �������� 22 Inside Student Life GB Met holds Annual Art & Design Spectacle ������������������� 23 GB Met Awards �������������������������������������������������������������������������� 24 Inside Your Month ������������������������������������������������������������������� 25 Inside Puzzles ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28 Inside Colouring ����������������������������������������������������������������������� 29 Index and Useful Information ���������������������������������������������� 30

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When You Feel

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Everyone will have a moment when we say “I have had enough of this!” At this point we may be feeling tired, overwhelmed and empty, and unable to cope with the challenges and problems that life is throwing at us. If you feel like this you may be experiencing burnout. It is like the straw that breaks the camel’s back, and you feel emotionally, mentally and physically unable to cope. The World Health Organisation has defined burnout at work, and the characteristics can apply equally at home; • Exhaustion, your energy levels are depleted • Negative feelings, cynicism and a desire to distance yourself • Feeling unable to continue to be effective and professional The most common causes are too many new responsibilities or tasks coming all at once, a lack of support at work or at home, feeling that you are not listened to, and having no control over the decisions that affect you. You will generally feel that you are at the point where you lack empathy for others, and that you “just don’t care” anymore. You may also feel physically unwell, for example burnout can cause headaches, stomach problems, aching muscles and loss of sleep. When you feel like this, you need to say honestly that there is too much on your plate. There

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is only so much that you can handle effectively. What can you do to change the way you feel, and to get your life onto a more manageable course? Take it as a message from your inner self to make changes to what you do and how you do things. At this point you need to take some time and ask yourself. • Am I in the right job, with the right organisation? Is it time to make a move? • Should I be delegating some of my workload to others? • Is there someone I can call on to help me with my caring responsibilities? • Can I afford to hire some help at home, for example a gardener or help with the cleaning? • Can I stop doing some things, or at least postpone them, to free up resources for the immediate priorities? As well as finding space in your life, there are some self-care techniques.

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 Taking 5 or 10 minute “mindfulness” breaks can make a big difference.  You can redefine your boundaries at work, for example make sure that everyone knows that you will not be checking messages when you are at home.  Build a strong support network of colleagues and friends that you can vent to. If they understand what you are going through it can be helpful.  If the circumstances call for it, consider therapy or counselling. When you are at the point of burnout, you will not be effective at work, and relationships at home will suffer. Those closest to you may have no idea of what you are going through. You need to speak up and be listened too, and those who are important to you can then be part of the solution.


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Testing Returns to Worthing PCaSO, in partnership with Worthing Lions, are bringing you free PSA testing on Saturday 3rd September 2022.

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orthing Lions partner with Prostate Cancer Support Organisation (PCaSO) to offer men the opportunity to have the health of their prostate checked by means of a PSA blood test. Whilst it is not an exact science, it can be a good indicator of the health of your prostate and whether you should take matters further with your GP. As this is the most prevalent cancer for men, currently it’s a simple way to get checked out. With this in mind, Worthing Lions and PCaSO are offering testing for men on Saturday 3rd September 2022 at Care for Veterans, Boundary Road, Worthing, BN11 4LJ. Online bookings for the Worthing testing event can be made on the PCaSO website psatesting.org/events for booking and other enquiries phone PCaSO on 08456 502555. PCaSO will give you a leaflet at the test event giving information about the test and there will also be a PCaSO volunteer to answer questions before having the test. Both organisations are charities and require help to bring services to the community. You may donate online at their web sites or on the testing Free PSA Testing Returns to Worthing day.

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CANCER UNITED IS YOUR LOCAL

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ancer United was launched as a support group on 30th November 2012. Founder, Jan Sheward, was named as one of the Platinum Champions acknowledging her 10 years of voluntary service to the charity. This is a unique award by the Royal Voluntary Service and HRH The Duchess of Cornwall for this Jubilee year. Today, we operate as a cancer support charity unlike any other. We provide facilities for exercise, sport, physical activity, music and singing on a daily basis, with all activities revolving around social interaction. At the heart of our service is our specialized cancer exercise facility, the CUFITTER gym. Built in 2015, it is the first of its kind in the UK, providing a safe, dedicated space for cancer patients to come and exercise individually, or in small class groups.

as little as they wish. The choir performs publically several times a year, giving pleasure to the local community and, for the 45 choir members, the opportunity to embrace the joy of music and singing.

Our support group is still very active, meeting twice a month at different venues with an ever increasing attendance. For both the support group meetings and the OUTSINGCANCER choir rehearsals, one of our mini buses is available to pick up members who may not wish to drive themselves. A ground breaking new project has just been launched. A cancer specific exercise programme, ‘CU ON THE WARD’ , is for in-patients receiving cancer treatment at Worthing Hospital, University Hospital Sussex NHS Foundation Trust (UHSussex). The initiative was created by • We offer cancer specific exercise Cancer United and funded by to patients at whatever stage their donations, aiming to eventually be cancer is even those with life Daniel Boardman offered nationally. It is spearheaded limiting prognosis. by Sussex Paramedic, Daniel • We have several outdoor Boardman, who was diagnosed activities; cycling, walking football, with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Nordic Walking and striding. at Worthing Hospital in February 2021. Dan was inspired to set up a For those who might prefer to be fund raising page for Cancer United, active in a different way, Cancer raising money to allow this project United has a very special choir to go ahead after a nurse brought an OUTSINGCANCER. Members Cancer United is your Local Cancer Support Charity exercise bike into his room during rehearse several times a week at one of his final chemotherapy different venues, giving members an sessions in hospital. opportunity to practice as much, or TO DONATE TO CU ON THE WARD VISIT: https://fundraising.cancerunited.org.uk/donation/cuontheward

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ongratulations to Goring resident, Catherine Fowler BCAh who received an honour for service to healthcare in July. Catherine was presented with the coveted Medal of Honour at the House of Lords, in recognition for her selfless work campaigning for improved diagnosis and treatment for patients with aortic dissection. The Aortic Dissection Charitable Trust, a local charity dedicated to improving diagnosis and consistency of treatment for aortic dissection patients across the UK and Ireland, has made strides since it launched 12 months ago. Catherine has been astonished by the response and impact that has been made since starting the charity with Pauline Latham OBE MP and surgeon Mr Graham Cooper, during lockdown. In 2015, Catherine lost her father to an aortic dissection when he was incorrectly diagnosed and discharged from hospital with indigestion. Following his death, the family collected over 9,000 signatures on a petition for improving aortic dissection education and policy change. Recognising that many patients presenting with aortic dissection still result in fatal outcomes, Catherine broadened the reach and

Local charity trustee receives British Citizen Award scope to include improving the consistency of treatment across the whole patient pathway and established the registered charity. Radio presenting legend, ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris OBE, who himself suffered a dissection in 2019, has become the charity’s ambassador, championing improved care and advice for those living with a dissection. Aortic Dissection occurs when there is a partial tear in the wall of the aorta. The aorta is the major artery in the body, which carries blood from the heart to the organs. Aortic Dissection can be a result of an inherited connective tissue disorder from conditions such

Local charity trustee receives British Citizen Award

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as Marfan Syndrome or LoeysDietz Syndrome, however, often this can occur without any genetic predisposition. Aortic Dissection is a time-critical medical emergency, so quick identification and treatment is essential. Every year in the UK 4,000 people have an aortic dissection, where tragically 2,000 do not survive. In the past year, the charity has partnered with several medical associations to deliver diagnostic and treatment training to paramedics, first responders and A&E staff. It has also formed the UK’s first research group dedicated to funding and directing research into aortic dissection. We applaud Catherine and the other honourees, recognising these exceptional individuals who work tirelessly and selflessly to make a positive impact on their communities and society. The BCA recognises true community heroes who would otherwise likely be overlooked. The charity continues to raise awareness and be a platform for patient-centred change with lots planned for the future. For those impacted by aortic dissection or if you are a healthcare professional and feel your team needs updated information on the condition, please contact the charity www.tadct.org


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To share your opinion or points of view with other readers across the town email or write to Liana details on page 3

Dear Liana One of my happy Worthing memories is I have just read parts (- not Mosley!) of the discovering a Lancing school steel band of July edition. blasting away the torpor of a Saturday morning My responses - I don’t want to read, in a live in South Street with Enthusiastic Joyful Music. journal, boring (or any) bits of Worthing history. We have created space for two open air Woolworths, Debenhams & Hubbards had venues in South Street and Montague Place. more their day, but the present and future are The spaces are there, but the life is largely interesting in a live journal, especially for those latent. of us who are pensioners. ning happe is what of hear us Let Worthing can do better. now, or being fostered in the dawns of oming forthc the tomorrow. Trawl through No more, but my love, programmes of Worthing church & social life - there is much of potential interest which will rs. be good and welcome news for your reade Letters to the editor

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COMMUNITY GROUP FORMS IN WORTHING Are you currently, or have you ever experienced blood cancer? Do you know someone who has?

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orthing Blood Cancer Community Group has been set up to ensure you never face it alone. Blood cancer is the fifth most common type of cancer in the UK. Every year around 40,000 people are diagnosed and 250,000 are currently living with blood cancer in the UK. While huge improvements have been made in treatments, it is still the third biggest cause of cancer deaths. Through walking, laughter, music, and more, Worthing Community Group will not only be there to help raise awareness of blood cancer, but to

help raise funds to enable Blood Cancer UK to continue their vital research, which has already led to a long line of breakthroughs that have improved treatments and saved lives. Jemma Thrower, Worthing Community Group Lead, said, “Blood cancer affects so many every year. As a group, we’re here to serve the community in Worthing to help each other get through the darker days and celebrate the lighter moments. “Coping with the effects of blood cancer, both physically and mentally, whether it be you or a loved one going through it, is something nobody should do alone. Having been cured of Hodgkins Lymphoma last year, I am hoping to help those going through similar situations while raising funds for an incredible cause.”

You can find out more about Blood Cancer UK’s Worthing Community Group, their upcoming events and ways you can get involved on Facebook (@bloodcancerukworthing) or email bloodcancerukworthing@gmail.com. Together, we will beat blood cancer.

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Discovering hope and friendship in life’s scars – the Kintsugi Women Exhibition at Worthing Museum

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nyone’s life can unravel into homelessness, and for women, this can be particularly challenging and complex. Women who have to sleep rough can become invisible, hidden away, always in fear of their safety. Others stay in damaging relationships due to the fear of homelessness and their vulnerability on the streets. This year sees 30 years of the charity Turning Tides, who bring together compassionate individuals and organisations to transform the lives of homeless people in their local community and change perceptions of homelessness. Their collaboration with other charities forms an important part of their service user’s journey, and many of the women coming to Turning Tides are through referral from Safe in Sussex. This formed the ideal partnership between the two charities when creating the Kintsugi Women’s exhibition at the Worthing Museum and Gallery. The traditional Japanese art of Kintsugi is the repairing of

broken ceramics and pottery using lacquer mixed with gold. It embraces flaws and imperfections, ultimately creating something that is stronger and more beautiful than it was before. A suitable metaphor aligning the work of both charities, and with the woman who are exhibiting. “We want visitors to understand the reality of homelessness and domestic abuse in the local area. There are so many significant pieces and so many stories… [showing] amazing courage and strength through fixing themselves back together and discovering themselves and their unique qualities for the first time – truly amazing women!” Sam Otway, Safe in Sussex The women who were supported throughout the project by Turning Tides and Safe in Sussex, were invited

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to highlight what they value about themselves, or something difficult they have learned through their experiences. Sophia, who has been supported out of homelessness by Turning Tides, and who has created art for the exhibition, tells us, “I went to the Turning Tides’ community hub to be part of the art group , it was great to have that space to be able to do that, to look forward to meeting people and the friendships and relationships that I made … it makes you feel a part of something.” Throughout this Kintsugi project strong relationships were formed between the women, friendships that empowered them to express themselves through their art and talk about their journey. These bonds allow for the shared hope that the life they lead can now be a choice, and the past doesn’t have to predict the future.


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“People experiencing homelessness are broken in so many ways, nobody chooses to be on the streets, especially women. ‘Kintsugi’ is also known as the art of ‘precious scars’… What breaks us makes us stronger. This exhibition tells of our precious scars.” explains Jules, project leader and service user at Turning Tides. Sarah Palmer, Individual Giving Fundraiser at Turning Tides tells us, “With every visit I notice something different. The way the women have used their creativity to tell the viewer about their experiences is inspiring and moving. We were lucky to have Sophia, one of the Kintsugi artists, come and talk to us at our Sleepout event last month - I know participants were very glad to hear what she had to say about her experience.” Sophia told us about the difference being involved in the project has meant to her, “Being at Turning Tides has really brought me back to a creative mindset. Having the time and the space along with the encouragement from staff really gave me a focus to direct my time and attention. Which is why I started going down to the art group, and later getting involved

Several courageous women found friendship and hope in this project, and Turning Tides help hundreds of people each year - but they need your support.

in the Kintsugi art project.” Sofia’s talk finished with the contribution that Turning Tides has on the homeless community, “Turning Tides don’t just deal with the problem of homelessness but the vast array of problems that come with it. They tailor a personal, holistic approach to a client’s array of needs…I think this is one of the great things about the Kintsugi art project. With its representation of not being broken and the beauty of overcoming adversity. Kintsugi, in my opinion, bridges the gap between mental health and homelessness. I don’t see these as separate problems just one problem with many possible outcomes. I hope to raise

awareness and promote change with this.” Turning Tides and Safe in Sussex see the friendships formed through the art of Kintsugi, born from a mutual understanding of the shared life challenges these women face, and how these solid lasting connections are like gold. You can visit the Kintsugi Women exhibition at Worthing Museum and Gallery until Sunday 25th September during Museum opening times. Free entrance.

Last year alone, Turning Tides supported just under 900 local people. As living costs rise the need for their services is escalating. They are tackling the ‘perfect storm’ of homelessness and are asking for your help to ensure their services can stay open, so no one faces the trauma of homelessness alone. Please donate what you can to www.turning-tides.org.uk/frontline-appeal/

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Do we ever own Matt Marchant

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ou may recall adverts on tele and in the glossies a few years ago from prestige watch maker Patek Phillippe, often featuring a father and son relationship implying that one never really owns one of their watches, but merely have custodianship of it until it’s passed on to the next generation. That’s great for the son or daughter inheriting a posh watch at the appropriate time, but please spare a moment for the poor sod still paying for it! Anyway, this all got me thinking

about our relationship with stuff. I live in deepest West Worthing and we’re surrounded by charity, house clearance and general second-hand shops everywhere, amongst the upmarket coffee shops and tiny ‘living room’ pubs. Could be a lot worse. To ‘Magpie Matt’ it’s brilliant news, as I’m always on the look out for interesting items, especially if they look like they can do with some tender loving care. Don’t Do you out weseek ever own ourbroken own Stuff?and damaged items? No, just me then. One can save a lot of

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money by buying second-hand but it’s only good value if you really need it. The downside is that I often return home with ‘a thrift shop bargain’ when I only popped out for a pint of milk. Great for the local economy but, I fear that our home office has become a museum for too many ‘interesting items’! There’s a backstory for every item for sale, and I often wonder if it would be interesting to list the narrative behind every charity donation, a bit like we see at those auctions for famous paintings and jewelry, so that the customer might form more of a connection with the thing. Probable madness and an administration nightmare of course but, indeed, we expect it if handing over money for a genuine rare classic watch like a Rolex – it’s all part of the experience. Every pre-loved item has something to say, good or bad. Ditching the ‘perfectly OK and fit for purpose’ stuff we already have is the issue I think, and in these increasingly cashconscious times, can we do more to love what we already


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own to save money and the planet? It’s not always easy though, as it takes time, care and dare I say it, cash to preserve things for longer. Of course, I don’t want to come across like a preaching bore (insert objection here) – I do buy new stuff, I live in the real world, but I’m trying to love some of the old things I have for longer, with the scratches, faded colours, missing buttons, maybe it’s an ‘age thing’? The more times that you ‘patch something up’, get something repaired, use something past its high fashion status, you’ll form a stronger bond with it over time, believe me. On a slightly different road, many of the things you threw away years ago are very much still here on Earth. Think about the now collectable items you saw as junk at the time, but are now worth a mint, probably languishing in the side of a hill! Until relatively recently, the world of waste was a murky business, and in many ways it still is – a subject for another day! So, unless you took the time to dispose of your old vacuum

cleaner or hairdryer at a specialist scrap dealer back in the bad old days, the chances are that it still exists in some form, buried deep in the ground somewhere. Remember Time Team in the 1990s with Tony Robinson? I can see a new version of that show in years to come, featuring the modern equivalent digging sections of landfill sites, unearthing an abundance of 20th Century, often perfectly preserved now ‘classic’ items. You never know, maybe one or two will still work? So, where am I going with all this? Well, it’s the same old fixitworkshop.co.uk @fix_it_workshop

message I guess really. Hang on to your stuff, look after it, repair it if you can and love the signs of wear and tear. This will give the item, however cheap, expensive, rare or mass produced more worth, whether sentimental or monetary. When the time comes and no matter how ‘grand’ the thing, pass it on to someone else who will cherish it too, after you’re done with it. You never know that one day, your faded and battered sandwich toaster could be serving up a slice of nostalgia as well as a yummy retro treat in 2060! What a thought.

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ummer has arrived at last and we have had an amazing June and July where many flowers, grasses and insects have emerged. Friends of Heene Cemetery are busy photographing and recording species and have specialist County Recorders checking and identifying them, before they are uploaded to our website. www.heenecemetery.org.uk There are also several Research volunteers who are finding amazing facts and information about the people who are buried in the cemetery. Here we share some brief information about four people involved with finding and recording new species themselves, during their lifetime. Two are buried in the cemetery and two are relatives of the person buried in Heene Cemetery.

■ CHARLES LENNOX TEESDALE 1816 - 1901 Charles was listed in the Directory of Justices in England and Wales appointed under the Lunacy Act in 1890 to make orders for the reception of Private Patients. Locally in Worthing ‘He was described as one of the tenderest-hearted Magistrates that ever sat upon the bench. On one occasion he fined a widow who had breached the Education Act, then paid the fine himself.’ From Chronica Horticulturae: “Subsequently he retired to Heene, a very select part of the small Sussex town of Worthing on the south coast. There he was a Justice of the Peace and a magistrate. Growing chrysanthemums was an avocation. Teesdale left more than 16 new cultivars including “Star of Whyke”, “Miss Rose”, “Nelly”, “Oriflamme” and “Emily Teesdale”..” From the 1901 census, Charles was living at St Rumbolds in Wordsworth Rd., Heene, with daughters Emily, Annie and Charlotte, plus 4 Domestic Servants.

■ JOHN FIRMINGER DUTHIE

The following two stories are about the relative of the person buried in Heene Cemtery:

■ JOHN TILLYARD

1842 – 1922 John’s eldest Son Robert John Tillyard (also known as Robin) became an internationally renowned English – Australian Entomologist and Geologist. He was educated at Dover college and intended to enter the army but was rejected on account of having rheumatism. He won a scholarship for classics at Oxford University and another for Mathematics at Cambridge University. Following his graduation in 1903 he migrated to Australia and taught at the Sydney Grammar school for a decade before becoming a fellow in zoology at Sydney University, and then lecturer in zoology in 1917. In 1920 he became Chief Entomologist to the Commonwealth of Australia. He studied insects, broadening his interests to Dragonflies, Lacewings, and Scorpionflies. He wrote the ‘Biology of dragonflies’ in 1917. He was awarded a D.Sc in 1918 by the University of Sydney; he also received a Sc.D in 1910 from University of Cambridge. He received many honours and was a member of many scientific bodies. He died on 13th January 1937 from a car accident in Australia.

1845 – 1922 Tutor, botanist, plant collector and author, John Firminger Duthie, or JFD, as he was known, made a considerable contribution to botany and the lives of the world’s poorest people. In India he studied fodder grasses with the aim of understanding the causes of famine in the wake of the 1877 great famine of India. One of his books: ‘Fodder Grasses of Northern India’ was published in 1888 and has been cited by thousands of other researchers. As the Superintendent of Saharanpur Gardens in Northern India, he was a regular correspondent of Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, a geographical botanist Heene Cemetery and Charles Darwin’s closest friend. At least one of ■ EMMA LOUISA HOLMES 1855 - 1904 Hooker’s letters to Darwin includes plants collected Edward Morell Holmes was Emma Louisa’s by Duthie in India brother. He was born in 1843 and was a prominent

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British bryologist. Bryology is the study of mosses and liverworts. Edward registered as a pharmaceutical chemist in December 1862 and in 1872 he became Curator of the Pharmaceutical Society’s museum at 17, Bloomsbury Square, London and held the post for over 50 years until he died in 1930. After his work ‘in the field’ was severely curtailed by an accident, he offered his services as a ‘consulting botanist’ from his home in Sevenoaks.

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ave you seen the movie “The Field” starring Richard Harris? It’s the story of a field, transformed over generations from a rugged clifftop area into a fertile pasture abundant with crops. The soil was improved with seaweed hauled up from the beach below. Hi, I’m Toby, a Craft Gardener up at Highdown. I began my own exploration into the benefits of Seaweed Tea at the end of January this year. After chatting with my colleague Rob, leader of the Foreshore team, and completing the necessary Risk Assessments, I started gathering dried seaweed on the high tide line of our shingle beach. After an hour, I had half filled two bulk bags (full bags are too heavy to lift safely, thank you Risk Assessment). I then drove up the hill to work and started brewing. The seaweed was decanted into 12 large, old, plastic plant pots and then into four household wheelie bins, donated by the Refuse Department. I half filled the bins with water, using

a hose, to cover the seaweed buckets. Then I had a cup of tea (not seaweed) and waited, hoping for magic to happen and have the brew ready for the Spring growing season. The benefits of Seaweed Tea are numerous. I’ve been very interested to discover more about this natural resource we’re lucky to have on our doorstep. Long before commercial fertiliser production, seaweed had been used to aid plant growth and provide many benefits to plants way beyond the capabilities of artificial fertilisers. It promotes stronger, healthier plants which are better able to cope with environmental stresses, including flooding, drought, salinity, pests and diseases. It’s a tool all gardeners

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The making of Highdown Gardens Seaweed Tea

should have up their sleeve. After 12 weeks fermentation, with May bringing warmer weather, the brew was ready. I removed the buckets and drained off the pale green liquid, smelling the strong healthy odour which gave a reassuring nose of goodness. I then poured and stored it in an old water butt. I’ve been diluting the tea weekly, one-part seaweed to ten water, then feeding all the new plantings I’d introduced to the garden, including annuals, herbaceous perennials, woody shrubs and trees. But how would I know if seaweed tea has increased their health and vigour? Using some spare seeds, Basil, Parsley, Lettuce and Zinnia seeds were sown. After germination, they were potted into two identical groups. One was fed with Seaweed Tea and a control sample only given water. On 15th June 2022 the two samples look similar, but what will the results show in three months’ time? Hopefully, the proof will be in the brew…


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his next article from CREW looks at another reason it is so important to tackle climate change. Last month we looked at extreme heat waves which leads us on to Food Production. Rising heat and extreme weather events make climate change the biggest global health threat of the 21st century, according to the most recent reports. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) says we are nowhere near on track to keep global warming below 2°C. Food production and quality has already been affected by the impact of climate change with food productivity 21% lower due to global heating, with high temperatures and extreme rainfall damaging soil health. Food insecurity in many parts of the world will create a domino effect of price hikes across the globe which could lead to a higher incidence of food riots. Here in the UK we are dependent on a complex global industrial consumer economy. Around 50% of UK food is

imported, including about 70-80% of fruit and vegetables. Some assessments suggest up to 80% of all our food relies on foreign imports, mainly from mainland Europe, where crops are already susceptible to devastating heatwaves. Then there is the devastating effect of livestock farming, a huge topic within itself “Nothing really compares to beef, lamb, pork, and dairy – these products are in a league of their own in the level of damage they typically do to the environment, on almost every environmental issue we track” Dr. Joseph Poore, environmental scientist at the University of Oxford. Perhaps in due course an article of its own. Hope is on offer if we act with real urgency. For example, FoodNavigator looks at how food system transformation can help mitigate global heating. (https://www.foodnavigator. com/article/2022/04/05/ ipcc-report-puts-food-at-theheart-of-climate-battle-wehave-the-potential-to-mitigateHow will Climate change03.07.2022) Affect Food Production? climate-change,

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP? We can all help by buying food grown and produced locally. Transition Town Worthing (TTW) is part of the CREW network. Their work has always included food security and food miles. TTW have run community allotments since 2011, where volunteers produce and share organically grown food and knowledge. In 2014 TTW was the UK pilot project for FarmDrop (click and collect, local collective food buying system that was designed to avoid food waste) and did an extensive local food mapping the same year. Pauline Cory, Director, said “We’ve run an annual seed and plant swap event since 2010. We were part of the Council’s Food, Land and Learning project in 2019 but with Covid intervening, all of this information now needs updating – currently being reviewed as part of our sustainable Worthing mapping project, so watch this space for much more info!” (www. ttworthing.org)

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reater Brighton Metropolitan College (GB MET) held its annual end-of-year show at the college’s West Durrington campus, which showcased the work of degree level art, design and media students from 8 - 11 June. Hundreds of visitors came to view the best of this year’s student work, with exhibitions in a range of Northbrook’s creative art subjects, including

photography, fine art, illustration, fashion, textiles, creative media, theatre design, propmaking, and more. Wednesday not only marked the opening night, but also the ‘Best in Show’ award presentation. First place went to BA (Hons) Textile Design student Jasmine Hughes, whose work was included in a GB MET degree level showcase which took place atGB Castle Goring on& 8 July. Met holds Annual Art Design Spectacle In light of her win, Jasmine

said, “I had absolutely no idea that I would win the award. There are so many talented people in the uni, my friends included, so it was a huge shock. I think it was obvious by my face that I wasn’t expecting it! It feels amazing to be a part of the show! It feels as though all of my years of hard work, designing and creating has all been worth it.” Kirste McCool, (Deputy Head of Learning at GB MET) said, “The end-of-year show allows us the opportunity to celebrate the incredible work of our very talented students. The staff are extremely proud of the journeys they have taken to achieve their degrees and are always amazed at the creativity and originality of the work students exhibit. We are particularly impressed with the student work this year, as these students were subject to national lockdowns during their courses. This meant innovative teaching and learning strategies were quickly implemented to support them and the results have been fantastic.”

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tudents across Greater Brighton Metropolitan College were celebrated for their remarkable achievements on 23rd June, at the MET’s annual achievement award ceremony at the West Durrington Campus. Presenter, ‘Jack the Lad’ from MORE Radio, hosted the ceremony. CEO, Andy Cole, and Principal, Helena Thomas, presented awards to students for achievements with many in recognition of outstanding achievements in the face of adversity. Winners included: Andre Tucknott (Diversity Champion) - Andre speaks up in the classroom when something is not right, role modelling fair and just behaviour. His support, encouragement and empathy in his class is outstanding, giving a blueprint for our approach to difference, accepting others, and striving to champion diversity within MET. Anish Gautam (Extraordinary Dedication) - Anish took the GCSE resit course without having taken exams in this

country before. He worked hard and was fully engaged in learning, unchanged by lockdown, submitting extra tasks for marking and feedback and completed all self-directed study tasks. Tom Giles (Commitment to Learning) - Tom is a kind and caring student and made extraordinary progress both academically and personally after starting college as a Gateway Student. He progessed to successfully completing Level 2 and 3 in Uniformed Services. Tom is close to completing his Access course in Nursing & Healthcare Professions, before going to university. Amazing dedication to his studies, his drive and commitment is an example to us all. The ‘Principal’s Choice Award’ - was won by creative media student, Eric Liu, who is a very upbeat and determined young person and has made such an impression on everyone over the last three years. He has been Met Awards voted Class GB Student Rep for the second year.

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Full list of other winners: INSPIRATION TO OTHERS Winner: Ayeshaa Denny (Level 2 Early Years Practitioner) EMPLOYERS’ CHOICE Winner: Eris Dougherty (Level 2 Hairdressing) CLASS OF THE YEAR Winner: Level 2 Barbering CONTRIBUTION TO THE COMMUNITY Winners: WP Student Ambassadors (Various HE courses) EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT Winner: Francesca Setterfield (Level 3 Foundation Diploma in Art & Design) BRIGHTEN UP THE DAY Winner: Kelsey O’Sullivan (Level 2 Creative Media)


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Following a day’s hard labour stone cracking or getting up rocks fit for burning into lime, and then returning for a monotonous meal, including mouldy bread, eaten whilst wearing the same shirt for six weeks and the same pair of socks for ten weeks, does not sound very appealing. Had it been your misfortune to be living in East Preston Workhouse in the latter years of the 1800s, this could have been your lot in life. We shall be hearing about some of the inmates such as Benjamin Russell, who on more than one occasion was brought up in custody on a charge of being found unlawfully drunk, or Ellen Sophia Clarke, who following a reasonably comfortable start in life found in her later years descending in a downward spiral, until she died in the workhouse. Meet at the chapels at 10:50am, to enjoy some refreshment before taking part on the tour. Tours are free, but as with the refreshments, donations are welcomed. For £1 it is possible to purchase an informative booklet about the tour.

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Worthing Allotments and Gardens Association

43rd Annual Horticultural Show

Sat 20th The Gangsters Sun 21st South Coast Blues Jam Fri 26th Rocketmania Sat 27th Blunter Brothers Check ct thefa orylive.co.uk for updates on all performances

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Worthing Allotments and Gardens Association will be holding their annual Horticultural Show on Saturday 20th August 2022 at Oak Grove College, The Boulevard, BN13 1JX, from 1pm - 4:30pm With the past two years being cancelled due to Covid, we intend to make this the biggest and best show to date. Going by our last show, there should be over 400 exhibits of plants, vegetables, cakes, chutneys, wines and photographs, all competing for the prizes and cups presented at the close of show as well as the children’s entries of homemade vases, cards, cupcakes, sunflowers and more. There will be a wide selection of stalls in the magnificent gardens with a BBQ selling bacon rolls and hotdogs, a super café inside selling drinks and a homemade cake for just £2 and our usual raffle. Entrance is free to members of WAGA, 50p to non-members and free to accompanied children. Free Parking at the college. For further information please email show.waga@outlook.com

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Painting weather two ways with Marcus Finch Have you ever wanted to paint a seascape, or do you just enjoy watching others being creative? This event could be just right for you, as Marcus Finch, in under an hour, produces two seascapes in different weather. Shoreham artist Marcus Finch has taught in Worthing for many years. He has developed a style that brings results quickly and effectively, which is perfect for beginners. But his talents extend in many directions and across a variety of subjects

including portraits, landscapes, planes, boats and trains, so his students can progress to the full extent of their own talent. The talk will begin at 12 noon and will be followed by a one- or two-course lunch (£15 or £20) Book your place and your chosen meal by contacting Reception at The Ardington Hotel, Steyne Gardens, 01903 230451. Menu details and information at www.indigorestaurant.info

Food for Thought Indigo@The Ardington Hotel Thursday 14th July 2022 12noon

‘The Coastal Creatives’ (Conserve, Create, Change) Amanda Beck (artist - illustrator) Carmen Haselup (beach trash artist - artivist) and Chris Beck (song writer - musician - actor) are three local creative artists on a mission to celebrate and conserve our beaches and coastline. Encouraging artistic creativity through illustration, sketching, beach plastic art, photography, lyric/song writing, encouraging others in positive artistic, inclusive, community and well-being activities. See them at West Buildings Shelter on Worthing Promenade from Thursday 7th July - Friday 30th September. They are delighted to be exhibiting on the seafront. “A perfect venue to present our collaborative work reminding people how magnificent our beach is and what can be done to enjoy and maintain it, while helping to improve our physical and mental health”. All activities are inclusive and designed for all ages. Amanda, Carmen and Chris look forward to people visiting their exhibition, sharing their own sketches, images, lyrics, stories and more which will be showcased and shared on social media platforms and www.coastalcreatives.uk There will be a ‘Meet The Coastal Creatives’ event on Friday 12th August 3pm - 5pm. Kindly Funded by Adur & Worthing Trust ‘Creative Commissions 2022’ and supported by Colonnade House and Worthing Borough Council.

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Choirs Bright Soul Women’s Choir www.brightsoul.co.uk Singers Rechoired Wednesday Evenings 7:30-9:00pm Findon Valley Free Church. www.singersrechoired.co.uk Sussex Gruffs Male Voice Choir 7pm on Tuesday evenings at Worthing College. www.sussexgruffsmvc.co.uk

Families St. Andrew’s Baby & Toddler Group Every Wed in term time from 1:15pm-2:45pm in the Old Palace, Glebe Rd, BN14 7PF.

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Cruse Every Thursday 10:00am-12:00pm Durrington Community Centre. We offer companionship in a social environment for all who have experienced bereavement. Worthing Friendship Centre Call Julie on 07981 239017. Worthing Spanish Conversation Club Every Saturday at 11:00am for an hour to chat and practice speaking Broadwater Parish Centre, 117 Broadwater Rd., Worthing. 07791 879909. Walking Groups in Worthing. Broadwater call Lorraine 01903 208981 Durrington call Irene on 01903 506342 Heene call Jackie on 01903 208475 St Lawrence call Eric on 07936 303818

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Education Greater Brighton Metropolitan College �������������������������������������������9 Lancing College Prep School at Worthing ����������������������������������������2

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Roofing Excel Roofcare Ltd �����������������������9 James and Son Roofing and Guttering ������������������������������������� 15 Proactive Roofers �������������������������7

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Independent Living Clearwell Mobility ����������������������� 11 Community Alarm ����������������������21

Charity Shops Guild Care ������������������������������������31

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Useful Information Doctors Surgery Victoria Road Surgery 50 Victoria Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1XE Tel: 01903 230656 Worthing Medical Group 23 Shelley Road Worthing BN11 4BS 01903 234 844 worthingmedicalgroup@nhs.net

Community Contacts Friends of Heene Cemetery A closed cemetery with a haven for wildlife and history. www.heenecemetery.org.uk info@heenecemetery.org.uk

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A privilege for our family to help yours Losing someone close to us is a painful and challenging experience. Our aim at HD Tribe is to make the whole funeral process as simple and as stress-free as possible for you, by offering a complete funeral service, ensured by HD Tribe’s long-established reputation for quality, dignity and reliability. Following in his father’s footsteps, Max started at HD Tribe in 1982 and from working up through the Company, this year will be Max’s 40th year. Upholding the family tradition, Max’s son Stephen also works in the business and is starting to take hold of the reins. As well as being a keen motorcyclist, when not spending time with his four grandchildren, Max enjoys walking around the various coastal paths of the UK as well as ‘bagging’ the occasional Munro in Scotland.

www.hdtribe.co.uk

Max Webber

Broadwater chapel

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01903 234516

An independent family run Funeral Directors since 1929. We ensure your loved ones receive the respect and dignity they deserve. With nine offices covering most of West Sussex, we are ideally positioned to give you an efficient, local and dedicated funeral service. Worthing 130 Broadwater Rd Worthing BN14 8HU

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