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Parish Council Update


Free Business Advice Sessions


Crowdfunding For Projects


Welcome Club Roundup


Great Events For 2020




Table Tennis Coaching For All


Helping Your Body Detoxify


New Support For Community


Health & Fitness


Garden View


A Flock of Sparrows


Pets’ Corner


Preloved Prom Sale Returns


Community Information Board


What’s On


Puzzle Answers, Discounts & Offers


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life. Often, we equate fitness with running, cycling,

ways that will enable you to lose weight and get fitter

you can learn about one aspect of fitness that is almost

in the New Year.

always overlooked; our core muscles. Find out how

he New Year is a good time to reassess your

We know that getting fit is important for a healthy

health and fitness particuarly after the excesses of Christmas! In this issue there are a number of

walking or some other form of exercise. On page 29

Equally as important as exercise and dieting is detoxifying the body of its impurities and getting rid

even a small amount of work on your core strength can dramatically improve your overall fitness and well-being.

of all those nasty toxins that can prevent it working

Lastly on page 22 you can find out about taking up

the way it should. Anna Pinnock explains on page 26

table tennis. Horsham Table Tennis Club in conjunction

how detoxification refers to the body’s natural ability

with Horsham District Council is geared up to offer one-

to convert potentially toxic substances into harmless

to-one coaching opportunities for players of all types

particles that it then removes without us knowing.

and levels in the The New Year. Details can be found in

Our bodies do such an amazing job of this (through

the ‘Programme’ section of

the liver in particular) that you might not realise that So as a new

we’re constantly surrounded by potentially toxic

decade opens why not give table tennis a go?

substances. However, sometimes our bodies can get a

Richard Milbourn, Editor

little overwhelmed if we don’t take care of ourselves.


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PARISH COUNCIL UPDATE Parish & District Councillor walk-in surgeries Come and talk to your councillor’s, raise your concerns. 1st Saturday of each month except August. Informal, no booking required. 10am to 11am Beeson House, 26 Fairbank Rd, Southwater, RH13 9LA. Vacancies Southwater Parish Council has the following vacancies; 2 x volunteer Parish Councillors. For further details, please contact the Clerk at or call and speak to the Clerk on 01403 733202. In the news • Leisure and Community Centre (LCC) update – The Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) aims to be established by early February 2020 providing the legal framework has been completed, it is expected to handover to the CIO during March 2020. The CIO will also include the management of the Laurie Apted Building. The CIO will undertake a license to operate the LCC for 125 years and the Laurie Apted Building for the length of the current lease. Initially, 4 SPC Councillors will be on the CIO Board of Trustees. Additional trustees will be invited from the local community. Infinity Gymnastics is the first licensee of the new operating structure of the LCC using the main hall and will work with other community groups using the main hall. These points were discussed at the Finance & General Purposes Meeting on the 18th December 2019. • 2020/21 Parish Budget & Precept – There will be Southwater Parish Council Beeson House, 26 Fairbank Rd, Southwater, RH13 9LA. Phone: 01403 733202 Email: clerk@southwaterpc. or website

a Full Parish Council (FPC) meeting on the 29th January 2020 to finalise the Parish Budget & Percept, prior to submission to Horsham District Council for approval. • Horsham Green Gym – A donation of £300 was approved at the Finance & General Purposes Meeting on the 18th December 2019 for the voluntary services in various Southwater locations provided by Horsham Green Gym during 2019. Thank you HGG. • Neighbourhood Plan update – An Examiner has been selected and unaccompanied Site visits are planned for January 2020. The next stage of the process, “the Referendum” is expected in the coming months. • More News – See the Parish Website for more news. Did you know? • The new play areas (LAP’s, LEAP’s and NEAP’s) off Church Lane and the new Community Building (named Laurie Apted Building), all part of the Broadacres Development, are leased to Southwater Parish Council (SPC) for 125 years and 25 years respectively. • 4,613.9, is the number of Band D equivalent households in Southwater Parish, according to Horsham District Council for financial year 2020/21. • Horsham District Council (HDC) is the Planning Authority for Southwater Parish. Southwater Parish Council (SPC) are one of many Consultees HDC request comments from, prior to approving planning applications.

Southwater Parish residents can view and comment on planning applications. Please read guidance notes on what comments can be considered.

Interested in the work our Neighbourhood Wardens are carrying out in the local community? See their monthly reports at: Neighbourhood-Wardens.aspx

Neighbourhood (Community) Wardens - Dominic Woodhead – 07789 943193 or Jacquie Cave – 07789 943156, Tweet them on @HorshamWardens, or email and see web page Neighbourhood-Wardens.aspx Content correct at time of preparation.



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FREE BUSINESS ADVICE SESSIONS ome along to our free to attend drop-in event


Recycling; Environmental Health; Licensing and

for businesses on Tuesday 18 February 2020 at

Business Rates. Other organisations include: Federation

Horsham District Council’s offices in Horsham.

of Small Businesses (FSB); Sussex Chamber of

questions answered about running, growing or

University of Chichester Business School and

starting a new business. Anything from planning

Sustainable Business Network.

consents required, licences, disposing of commercial

Questions that may be on your mind?

waste to funding and grants available.

• How do I start? • What are my business options?

Feel free to pop in for advice and to have your

You will be able to speak to a number of officers from a range of different departments across the Council as well as helpful business organisations. The drop-in session is being held at Parkside, Chart

Commerce; Coast 2 Capital; Optivo; Job Centre;

• What support and training is out there? • What funding and grants can I access? • What business rate relief might be available and how do I apply? • Do I need special waste collections?

Way, Horsham, RH12 1RL between 11am and 3pm.

• Can I still claim benefits while I am setting up?

There is no need to book an appointment.

• What planning permissions or consents do I need?

Organisations and departments attending from

• Do I need any licences or certification?

Horsham District Council: Economic Development; Planning Development; Building Control; Waste and



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CROWDFUNDING FOR PROJECTS The window is now open for community groups to put forward new initiatives and projects they would like to receive funding for from West Sussex Crowd


crowdfunding programme launched in May 2018 has seen more than 100 community-led projects in West Sussex hit their target and the window is now open until Thursday 13 February for community groups to put forward new initiatives and projects they would like to receive funding for. The West Sussex Crowd, run in partnership by West Sussex County Council and civic crowdfunding website d, invites communities to come together and propose ideas to regenerate their local areas. Since its launch, more than 2,800 local people, businesses, district/borough and town/parish councils have backed projects across the county, collectively raising over £750,000 and showing the strength of community buy-in for their ideas. Duncan Crow, Cabinet Member for Fire & Rescue and Communities, said: “This grant funding is all about supporting community projects, strengthening communities and our councillors working with their communities to help generate support for key projects. “We are thrilled that 107 successful projects have hit their target with many more on the way. These diverse and extraordinary projects will strengthen local places and make West Sussex an even greater place to live, work and enjoy.” Alongside money raised by outside donations through the West Sussex Crowd, the county council can also pledge to crowdfunding campaigns for projects which will have real impact in their local area. Typically, pledges range from £1000 - £5000. Previous projects



which have received funding include: Friends of Downsbrook Forest School raised over £12,000, including a £6,000 county council pledge, from 51 backers to develop a community cabin to allow more people to engage with nature. The Apuldram Centre near Chichester raised over £10,000, of which £2,500 was pledged by the county council, from 75 backers for a new transit van so they can support more adults with learning disabilities to participate in real life work experience. Grandads Front Room in Bognor Regis raised over £9,000, including a county council pledge of £2,053, from 123 backers for a new allotment space, equipment and tools, bringing more local people together. Chris Gourlay, Founder and CEO of Spacehive, said: “Spacehive are delighted to be working in partnership with West Sussex County Council on this exciting initiative which has already inspired hundreds of people and groups from West Sussex to engage in transforming local places. “Our shared mission is to empower as many people as possible to shape their local area. We believe that if we can achieve that, people will feel a stronger sense of local belonging, and that the places we create together will better serve the needs and aspirations of local people.” Visit to see the campaigns currently live and make a pledge. If you’re a community group who wants to find out more about this round of crowdfunding, Spacehive will be running free workshops on 15 January at Worthing and Haywards Heath to help guide interested parties through the process and people can register for a workshop via email

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n 16 October volunteer Pippa Howard gave an interesting talk and slide show about the work of PAGEANT (Projects Aiding Gambian Education and Natural Talent). On display were items of African art work. With sales and donations, we were delighted to have assisted with some necessities to aid their work. 30 October and we again welcomed talented Sarah Milner with her violin! She gave us renditions of music and songs, we thoroughly enjoyed the medleys! We laughed playing beetle on 13 November, I mean some of the drawings â&#x20AC;Ś really?! The lucky winners were accorded treats! Beryl presented flowers to Deborah for her upcoming birthday. Three members attended the Co-Op store on 23 November to photograph the 'big' cheque presentation of our Club's inclusion in the Co-Op's Local Community Fund. Cakes were also given to the three recipients. Nick Dowling from the Southwater Community Responders kindly donated their cake to us. On 27 November a pre-Christmas meeting when Simon from our Co-Operative Store joined us. He was thanked for our Christmas Raffle contributions. WSCT Photographer Steve Robarts recorded the big cheque presentation. Two surprise guests were PCSO's Damian and Karen. 4 December and undeterred by cold weather, we enjoyed a lovely Christmas Lunch at The Moorings in Pevensey Bay. Our New Year 2020 meeting on 8 January and we



welcomed Pippa again and saw photographs of the purchases made from our previous donation. We happily held another donation, a raffle which Betty won! For details contact Deborah Bailey on 01403 731891 or Kris Massie on 01403 731553.

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01403 731 901 Your update to the Southwater area housing market

So December was a very interesting month and I have to say I have not seen activvity like this in all the time I have been running th he Southwater branch!

In December we ended up agreeing 10 new sales which surpassed all of our expectations and then the day before Ne w Year â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Eve we booked 32 viewings which was a complete surprise and coming back on the 2nd of Januar y this momentum has definitely followed through into 2020. At the time of writing this 10/01/2020 we have already agreed 3 new sales and have a full diar y of vie wings over the coming weekend. What are the possible reasons for this increase in activity? Personally I think that we have, in our office, a ver y positive vie w of the market . Yes there is always

negativvity surrounding all aspects of life, but we have remained e focussed and driven and this is paying g off. The result of us now leaving the EU could hav h e inspired people to belie ve there is now some form of stability within the political system which could also have helped make the sudden surge i n activity. If you h have been thinking about moving, now could be a go ood time to have a free valuation from us to see how the future looks for you. John Furber Senior Branch Manager

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GREAT EVENTS FOR 2020 Council announces new event experiences for Horsham in 2020


nce again, Horsham residents and visitors can look forward to a vibrant town centre programme of over 150 free events, markets, concerts and activities throughout 2020 co-ordinated by Horsham District Council and its many and varied commercial and community partners. The legacy of 2019’s Horsham District Year of Culture tees up an even more diverse set of events that seek to attract visitors from every sector of the community, engaging with increasing numbers of groups and local businesses. The primary purpose of the Council’s support is the economic bonus gained from increased footfall and publicity for the town, whilst enabling many business partners to use the town to achieve their own objectives, generating mutual benefits along the way. A central feature of this year’s events programme will see an increasing focus on sustainability in terms of both content and awareness of the core issues, with the Council working closely with local partners in the field including Kinder Living, Sussex Green Living and others. Individual event highlights this year include



Horsham’s starring role in the national programme of Good Friday Passion Plays entitled ‘One Good Friday 2020’ led by Horsham Churches Together and a re-energised town wide music festival on Easter Monday called ‘Horsham Sounds’ led by a consortium of community partners. For the first May bank holiday of the year, there will be a full weekend of entertainment. As part of a national celebration of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe Horsham will be hosting ‘Horsham’s VE75 Weekend’, including The Broadwood Day of Dance and Horsham’s Bus Rally. Friday’s VE Bank Holiday on 8 May gives a one off opportunity for the whole community to come together to remember the bittersweet joy of peace felt on 8 May 1945. Already working with QM Studios and Age UK, Horsham District Council are inviting more community groups to step forward to play a part in a special day which will include ‘Winston Churchill’, an ‘East’ Street Party and a 16 piece ‘Glen Miller’ style band finale. Following their successful introduction in 2019 as part of the Year of Culture, the Spanish festival ‘Feria de Horsham’ returns as does an

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extension of the Caribbean Day to include Latin America called ‘Carnivale Horsham’ in 2020. The ever popular French Fest will also return. Later in the year, September’s food and drink weekend returns with Saturday’s ‘The New Big Nibble’, with an increased emphasis on it being a local food show as well as a market place. Sunday’s Little Nibble is being rebranded as ‘The Future Food Show’ with all sorts of healthy and alternative food options on display. Horsham AmeriCARna is set to take over the town centre and Hop Oast Park & Ride with more ‘cruise throughs’ by a greater variety of vehicles. Plans for Christmas 2020 are to be confirmed and will be subject to evaluations of 2019’s activities and 2020’s available resources. These highlights are in addition to an amazing variety of other events, markets, bandstand concerts, town trails, exhibitions and street entertainment that all go on throughout the year. Commenting on the events programme for 2020, Horsham District Council Cabinet Member for the Local Economy Cllr Paul Clarke said: “I am delighted that we are set to welcome such a broad scope of events and activities to Horsham for 2020. It is good to see so many popular ones making a return, but I am also really pleased that we will be hosting so many new events which are making their debuts this year. “More than ever, I believe we have something

that will appeal to everybody in our new programme. Not only do the events create an extremely engaging experience for residents and visitors of all ages, but they are also key to supporting local businesses and traders who benefit so greatly from being able to showcase their product and services to larger audiences of people. “Our thanks go out in advance to the many partners we will be working with to help make this impressive programme happen. “I would encourage as many of you as possible to come along and enjoy what is set to be an amazing year for events and entertainments.” One event that is not making a return is Horsham Piazza Italia. This event first ran in 2006 over two days with 12 Ferraris each day. Over time the event grew to a peak at Piazza Italia X in 2016 with displays of some 101 Ferraris, bandstand and balcony Romeo & Juliet performances, Gladiators, Granny Tourismo antics, Italian Job Mini cavalcades and many top quality operatic arias along the way. Unfortunately, many of the voluntary and commercial partners that made up so much of the content of this event are not now available. This has led to the event organisers taking the decision to terminate the event while it retains such a great reputation, allowing available resources to focus on a wider town programme with the many new events.

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STICKY CHINESE CHICKEN WINGS This scrumptious supper dish is inspired by last month’s Chinese New Year festival Preparation time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 30 minutes + 50 minutes Serves: 4-6 fkdobafbkqp=

1.5 kg chicken wings 2 level tbsp baking POWDER ¾ tsp table salt ½ tsp pepper 3 spring onions, chopped Sticky Chinese Sauce 1 tsp vegetable oil pinch of salt and pepper 1 thumb-sized piece of ginger peeled and finely chopped 1 tbsp sweet chilli sauce 2 tbsp honey

4 tbsp dark brown sugar 5 tbsp dark soy sauce 1 tsp lemon grass paste (you can buy this in tubes) 2 cloves garlic peeled and minced 1 tbsp sesame seeds (lightly toasted) jbqela= Preheat the oven to 120C / 100C Fan Gas ½. Place a rack on a large baking tray. Cut each wing at the joint so you have a mini wing and a drumette. Dry these with kitchen roll (they mustn't be too damp, then place in a large bowl and add the baking powder, salt and pepper. Mix to combine. Remove the chicken and place in a single layer on the rack, skin side up. Discard the remaining coating mixture. Place the chicken on the lower shelf of the oven for 30 minutes to dry. After 30 minutes, turn the oven up to 220C / 200 Fan / Gas 6, rotate the tray and place on the middle shelf in the oven for 45-50 minutes until the wings are golden and crispy. Remove from the oven to cool slightly. Place all of the sauce ingredients into a saucepan, stir and bring to the boil. Allow to simmer for 5-10 minutes until the sauce reduces and thickens slightly. Turn off the heat. Place the cooked wing pieces in a large bowl and carefully pour over the warm sticky sauce. Mix to combine, then serve topped with chopped spring onions and some toasted sesame seeds.



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orsham Table Tennis Club in conjunction with Horsham District Council is geared up to offer more opportunities to cater for players of all types and levels in 2020. The New Year will see the introduction of a new one-to-one coaching service to help fast-track improvement. The details for this and other coaching session opportunities can be viewed in the ‘Programme’ section of Additionally, a new starter course TTKidz, is also set to begin in early February and will be run out of the club’s satellite venue at Collyer’s on Friday nights. So parents, if you have a boy or girl eager to get an appropriately pitched and fun grounding in a fantastic and often underestimated sport get him/her signed up at



TTKidz is an entry route for youngsters into a more widely growing junior coaching and competition offer. Other sessions for older and more established youngsters are running on Mondays and Wednesdays. The Greenway Academy based table tennis group has grown its coach and volunteer ranks significantly over the last 12 months having received great support from Table Tennis England and Horsham District Council, and its expanded team is looking to make further progress in engaging more players to one of the most accessible sports available. Over October and November the club was one of the first to run the new governing body promoted TTKidz eight-week programme, aimed at engaging 6-11 year olds. Some 28 youngsters took up the initiative, making for the biggest initial programme in the whole country. No bigger expression of progress can be seen than the club fielding nine National Cadet League under 15 teams and four teams entering the under 18 National Junior League, running at Sussex University, Brighton. The club’s matchplay nights on Friday evenings at Collyer’s College continue to offer an excellent opportunity for players of all ages and abilities to compete informally in a large facility that allows lots of players to play lots of matches. On the adult front, the club continues to be proactive with the ladies (14 years plus) coaching programme attracting a strong following. Sessions will re-start at Collyer’s College on 10 January. An inter-business competition is being planned to run in February to raise funds for local charity Set4Success, which supports talented young sportspeople to achieve their dreams. Horsham District Council’s Cabinet Member for Leisure and Culture Cllr Jonathan Chowen commented: “There’s a place for everyone in Horsham Table Tennis Club, so as a new decade opens why not give table tennis a go?”

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any new year resolutions involve some form of dieting. But equally as important is detoxifying the body of its impurities and getting rid of all those nasty toxins that can prevent it working the way it should. Detoxification refers to the body’s natural ability to convert potentially toxic substances into harmless particles that it then removes without us knowing. Our bodies do such an amazing job of this (through the liver in particular) that you might not realise that we’re constantly surrounded by potentially toxic substances. However, sometimes our bodies can get a little overwhelmed if we don’t take care of ourselves. Common signs and symptoms of the detoxification process not working properly may include: • Constipation/diarrhoea • Food allergies and sensitivities • Skin issues • Asthma • Inability to lose weight • Infertility • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) • Depression • Headaches • Poor memory and concentration Toxins can come from a number of sources including: pesticides in food, alcohol, poor air quality, parabens found in creams and make-up to name just a few. Before embarking on a detox programme – especially those quick fix ones – it’s always a good idea to contact your healthcare practitioner. They’ll advise you on the best way of detoxing your body, for if you do it too quickly, you could release too many toxins in a short period of time, which can also be harmful to the body. However, for a gentler approach to detoxification, we can make subtle changes to our



diets which are easy to incorporate into our daily routines. Such changes include: 1. Increase the intake of dark green leafy and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, rocket, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, kale, turnip – they contain beneficial substances which support liver detoxification processes. 2. Eat more fresh or frozen berries such blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, strawberries which are rich in antioxidants. 3. Drink more water as it’s needed to flush out toxins – aim for 6-8 glasses a day. 4. Increase fibre intake to 30grams a day to optimise toxin elimination. 5. Include a variety of spices in cooking such as rosemary, coriander and turmeric. 6. Reduce the amount of processed foods, ready meals and foods high in sugar eaten. These have been linked to chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes which harm the organs that play an important role in the detoxification processes. 7. Cut down on alcohol and cigarettes as they are especially damaging to the liver and lungs, our detoxification organs. The above should all help the body with its dayto-day detoxification processes, and let’s not forget that regular exercise and good quality sleep will also help the body to detoxify. In addition, there are also a number of natural supplements that can be taken to support detoxification, but you should always ask your nutritional therapist before taking these. By making a few simple changes to the way we eat, we can all help our bodies to remove toxins and feel better in 2020.

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apestry Lunch Club is a new, not for profit social enterprise Community Interest Company. We are working throughout West Sussex area, supporting those in the community who may be experiencing social isolation or very early stages of dementia. Our aim is to address and improve social interaction, reduce isolation, exclusion and to support them to continue living well at home and remain active members of their community. The Tapestry Lunch Club offers high quality day care for small groups of older people. Within the supportive environment of the Tapestry Lunch Club, time and again guests gain confidence, becoming revitalised in the process, giving time and space where they can engage in valued and valuable social roles and connectedness. Friends are made, laughter exchanged, and experiences shared. Our care model is a bit different from other care providers in the area. We employ fully vetted and trained hosts who run the Lunch Club from their own homes – providing morning and afternoon refreshments, a hot, home cooked lunch and optional activities during the day. This provides a more intimate and less overwhelming environment for our guests to share companionship, stories, memories and laughter with each other. Each host has a maximum of 4 guests per day, and using their own private car will provide transport for each guest - collecting and returning from their homes within a 5-mile radius of the host’s home - which will ensure time spent in the car for



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hy core exercises are important. We know that getting fit is important for a healthy life. Often, we equate fitness with running, cycling, walking or some other form of exercise. But there's one aspect of fitness that is almost always overlooked; our core muscles. Whenever I talk about building muscle everyone pictures someone at a weight bench pumping iron until their biceps bulge out of their shirts. But strengthening and toning your muscles can be much more subtle. And even a small amount of work on your core strength can dramatically improve your overall fitness and wellbeing. What Are Your Core Muscles? Your core muscles form a ring around the middle of your body. Most people think of the six pack muscles in the abdomen, but the core includes a range of muscles in your sides and back as well. Their job is to keep the top and bottom halves of your body connected together whilst allowing them to move independently. They form a strong foundation that the majority of your other muscles depend upon when you move your body. When Do I Use My Core Muscles? Practically every movement you make and every position you put your body into involves your core muscles. They are really important. Bending over to pick something up, twisting to look behind you and sitting up in bed are more obvious moments your core is activated. But running, walking, sitting in a chair and even standing still all rely on core strength. Without it the top half of your body would simply flop over. What Are the Benefits of Core Strength? Building a strong core provides a firm and flexible support for every activity your body performs. The stability provided gives you better balance and better posture which in turn helps prevent falls and injuries in your day-to-day life. The support from your core muscles takes the

strain away from your skeleton and helps hold it in place alleviating some forms of back pain, stiffness and soreness when you move your body. Any time you move whether it's for exercise or doing the housework or gardening, a strong core will help you perform better and reduce muscle fatigue in the other parts of your body by giving them a firm base to attach to. How Can I Build My Core Strength? One of the best things about core strength is that you don't need a gym or expensive equipment to improve it. There are lots of exercises you can do at home. Make sure you seek medical advice before attempting any new exercise regime. Most people think of sit ups as the prime core exercise. I advise people not to do sit ups as they are not particularly effective and the continual flexing of the base of your spine can lead to lower back injuries. My top tips are planks, leg raises and mountain climbers. If you're not sure what these are have a chat with your local personal trainer or gym instructor, or search on YouTube for easy-tofollow tutorials. Take your core strength seriously and it will improve every aspect of your fitness as well as provide the central support essential for your body. By Robert Grant

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A GAME OF TWO HALVES or me February is where the gardening year


It needs a warm wall or fence and well-drained soil then

begins...twice! First - Reaping last year’s rewards: If you

rewards you by being frost-hardy and producing lovely creamy,

were industrious in the autumn, you could now be

scented flowers at this time of year.

Irises. My favourite snowdrops are G ‘Atkinsii’, which are tall

manage to plan ahead last year. But don’t panic; the beauty of

with long, graceful flowers and G. nivalis ‘Viridapicis’ with sweet,

gardening is that the seasons keep rolling round so make sure

green tipped flowers. It’s said they’re best planted ‘in the green’

you use February to ensure your summer display is top notch.

in Spring but I’ve had lots of success with packaged bulbs

February is definitely the month to start sowing seeds.

benefiting from a lovely display of snowdrops (Gallanthus) and

planted in the autumn so they’re definitely worth trying. As for

Second - Planning this year’s display: Perhaps you didn’t

Fill pots or seed trays with seed compost then firm and level

irises, the deep blue Iris ‘Joyce’ is hard to beat especially on my

the surface. Sprinkle seeds on to the surface of the compost

poor, free draining soil.

then cover with a layer of fine grit. Water well with a fine spray. Cover with clear plastic (a polythene bag will do nicely) and

I planted a witch hazel as soon as we moved into our present house; Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Pallida’. I can’t live

remove it once the seeds germinate. Learn from my mistake

without fragrance in my garden and at this bare, drab time of

one year and don’t forget to label the pots! Potting up summer

year the wonderfully scented pale-yellow flowers lift my spirits.

bulbs is generally left until late spring, but I always pot up one or two pots in February. It allows them to get established and

I discovered we’d inherited an evergreen Clematis (C. armandii). I’d never grown it before but it’s worth seeking out.

Ballard & Shortall

provides a nice early display for my patio. By Rachael Leverton

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A FLOCK OF SPARROWS Celebrating the art of Dr Geoffrey Sparrow

true Edwardian, Dr Geoffrey Sparrow came to


An account of his experiences was published in a book

Horsham 100 years ago after serving with

he co-wrote -‘On Four Fronts with the Royal Naval

distinction in the First World War. For the next

Division’. The book is noted not only for its accuracy

fifty years, he portrayed the countryside and town,

and descriptive accounts of warfare, but also for his

illustrating the scenes of everyday life with wit and

illustrations. In 1919 he moved to Horsham where he

charm, revealing a master of the caricature, be it man

joined a local medical practice.

or beast. Now marking fifty years since his death,

Dr Sparrow lived for three things – hunting, art and

Horsham Museum and Art Gallery is hosting a “Flock

medicine. It was not the ‘kill’ but the camaraderie of

of Sparrows”, a major retrospective of a comic genius.

the hunt that he enjoyed, which so obviously comes

A doctor who could write “Harley Street is an address

out in the pictures on display. Some people today

not a medical qualification”, illustrate the chaos of

might suggest these pictures glorify hunting. What

1950s West Street with echoes of Hogarth and

they glorify is not the actual killing of animals but the

Rowlandson, the horse out-foxing the rider and be

horse, hound and sportsman working together within

awarded the Military Cross in both World War I and

the Sussex landscape.

World War II, whilst serving the community, is worthy

A Flock of Sparrows is the culmination of Horsham

of celebration. This exhibition focuses on his artistic

Museum and Art Gallery’s contribution to Horsham


District’s Year of Culture. Over the year, the Museum

Dr Geoffrey Sparrow was born on13th July 1887

has celebrated the artistic creativity and heritage of

without any public ceremony or celebration. He grew

the District and this exhibition blends the two

up in a Devonshire home surrounded by sporting

elements together, to portray a culture out of which

books, prints and illustrations. He went into medicine

we still see echoes today, but is changing as new

as it was one of the professions, which in those days,

artists explore the culture with fresh eyes.

was counted as just about acceptable next to army,

The Flock will be nesting at the Museum on 21st

law or the church. (All of the latter he had strong

December, and flying away on 7th March 2020.

opinions about).

Horsham Museum is open 10-5pm Monday-Saturday,

After studying medicine at Cambridge and Barts, he served as a doctor in the Great War with distinction.



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illais School Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is presenting their 5th Preloved Prom Dress Sale in February. The sale offers the opportunity to buy and sell Prom Dresses and Accessories at reduced prices, to meet a growing need for alternatives to full price items. Fran Northern of the PTA explains: ‘Our Preloved Prom Sale is a special event that offers girls an affordable means of buying prom dresses and associated accessories. The Sale is gaining in popularity each year, with the quality of the dresses being of a very high standard. We are delighted that Southwater-based Company, Prom Boutique, will be attending the event for the 2nd year running, with a selection of sample dresses at much discounted price’. Millais PTA is encouraging former students and other residents of the area to get involved by ordering a Sellers Pack and bringing along their prom items for the PTA to try and sell on their behalf. If an item is sold, the seller will receive the majority of the sale price with a donation of 20% going to towards the PTA fundraising for Millais School. Potential buyers are able to view and try Please mention SOUTHWATER Life when responding to adverts

on the dresses, make a purchase and take away their dress on the day. Fran comments further, ‘The PTA hopes that the sale will give students the chance to purchase their prom essentials at a more affordable price as well as give those selling their prom dresses and accessories access to a captive audience.’ The Preloved Prom Sale will take place at Millais School on Saturday 8th February 2020 between 11.30am & 3.00pm. Anyone interested in selling their Prom dress should contact Millais PTA for more information on 07999 934132 or email General enquiries can also be sent to



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Hospice Firewalk 2020 and her children, Tia (10) and Grace (7), will be partaking in the children’s Legowalk (OUCH!) on Friday 13th March 2020 in The Carfax, Horsham. Gemma says “We are very excited to be taking part in the Firewalk and Legowalk this year. I have been fundraising for St. Catherine's Hospice by singing for a few years now and the girls have played their part in this by being fantastic collection bucket holders over the years, so we thought we would try something different to support this amazing charity in 2020.” To support Gemma, Tia and Grace to reach their fundraising target, please head over to their Gofundme page any support would be most appreciated – Thank you! FEBRUARY 2020


SOUTHWATER SOUTHWATER PARISH COUNCIL Southwater Parish Council Beeson House, Lintot Square Southwater, West Sussex RH13 9LA Acting Clerk: Mrs Dawn Spouge 01403 733202 Facebook: Southwater Parish Council .council Twitter: @southwaterpc Southwater Community Police Office Opened in September 1996, the Southwater Community Police Office is a unique facility for Southwater, set up and run by volunteers from the Community. Place: Beeson House, Lintot Square, Southwater. Contact: 01403 734417 Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 09:30 - 12:30 and 14:30 - 17:00 FOR SMALL CHILREN Kids Connect Fun and Friendly parent or carers toddler group Monday’s 10am - 11.30am (Term Time only). Jubilee House, Worthing Road, Southwater RH13 9JB Contact 01403 254241 t Southwater Children and Family Centre Information, advice and guidance on any family related issues, such as childcare, health, benefits, employment and education. Open Monday 9:00am - 3pm Open Tuesday - Thursday 9:00am 11:30am Place: Worthing Road, Southwater, RH13 9HA. Contact: 01403 213570 or email



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pçìíÜï~íÉê=sáää~ÖÉ=e~ää=mêÉJpÅÜççä Caters for children from 2 years 4 months to reception age, providing them with a fun and stimulating environment where they learn through play and exploration with the care of a dedicated team. With a ‘Good’ rating from Ofsted at their 2016 inspection, the pre-school offers morning and afternoon sessions, and three all-day sessions from 9.15am to 4pm on Mon, Tues & Thurs with the inclusion of a ‘lunch link’ session. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT Contact: Manager, Heather Clarke 01403 733954 FOR GIRLS AND BOYS Friday Night Club For ages 8 to 12 years, every Friday night come and let off some steam with sports, games, arts and crafts and sing or dance on the Wii. Cost £3 per child. 6.30pm- 8pm. Place: Southwater Leisure Centre Contact: 01403 733208 Horsham Judo Club Every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 5.30pm for all ages Place: Southwater Leisure Centre Contact: Derek on 07778 670124 or email:

camping and climbing - with other children of their own age. Scouting enables young people between 6 and 14 years of age to ‘learn by doing’. Place: Scout Hut, Church Lane, Southwater Contact: Wendy 01403 730747 to add your name to waiting list Infinity Gymnastics Pre-school, general, acrobatic and freestyle gymnastics. Place: Southwater Leisure Centre Contact: 07763186554 or email Kids Like Us A club for Southwater children in the age range 4 – 11. Opening hours are 7.45am – 8.50am and 3.20pm – 6.00pm. Place: Southwater Infant Academy, Worthing Road, Southwater, RH13 9JH Contact: 01403 730050 pçìíÜï~íÉê=vçìíÜ=mêçàÉÅí A wide range of activities intended to meet the physical, mental, spiritual and social needs of children and young people. Various activities please check the website for details. Contact: Angie Choat on 07795835905 or email West Sussex County Council Youth Service The Youth Service is there to support your move from childhood to adulthood. So, if you are between the ages of 11-25, you can access the Youth Service!

Southwater Guides Group Within the group we have units for Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers. All units offer a well balanced programme full of variety, fun and adventure. All groups (except 3rd Brownies) meet in the Scout and Guide HQ, Church Lane. Please contact: Sharon Berriman 01403 730703


2nd Southwater Scouts Our aim is to give youngsters in Southwater the opportunity to experience a wide range of fun activities - from crafts and games to

Southwater U3A Southwater U3A (University of the Third Age) is a self-help organisation for people no longer in full time employment providing educational,

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creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment. Contact: 01403 730598 Southwater Welcome Club A club for 55+. It runs every other Wednesday afternoon from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Activities and occasional entertainers, parties and outings. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT. Contact: Deborah Bailey on 01403 731891 Southwater Young at Heart Two sessions for 50+s to meet others in an informal setting. Activities are available if you would like to participate. £3 per session including refreshments. Fridays 1.30 – 3.30pm. Place: Beeston House, Lintot Square, Southwater. Thursday Group Thursdays 10.00am - 12 noon Place: Southwater Sports Club Contact: Pat Chapman on 01403 730420 or Tina Andrews on 01403 731839 watertoungatheart.htm Sporting Moments Every Monday from 10am to 12pm, free gentle sports session for people with dementia and a family member. Come and meet others and enjoy the fun. Place: Southwater Leisure Centre, Pevensey Road, Southwater RH13 9XZ. Contact: Pauline on 01403 730190 i~îáåá~=eçìëÉ=lîÉê=RMë=`äìÄ Wide range of social activities and events including music and dance, darts league, card clubs, exercise classes, crafts. Onsite café, hairdressing, chiropody and holistic therapies. Transport from Southwater available Monday, Thursday and Friday. Ask about a free trial day. Contact: 01403 751327 or email hubsandclubsadministrator@ageukhors FOR ALL Argentine Tango Classes with

Sandra and Santiago Monticelli Mondays (except the first Monday of every month) - from 7.30pm for beginners and 8.30pm intermediates. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT. Contact:, email: or phone 07760 808642 Bingo Every other Wednesday afternoon 2 4pm. Cash prizes, raffle and refreshments. The more players the bigger the cash prizes! Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT. Contact: Teresa Longdon on 01403 732957 or The Elsdon School of Dance Ballet and Modern tap dance classes for all ages. Now doing adult ballet. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT. Contact: Mrs Jackie Bearman on 01403 731578 Southwater Community First Responders CFR’s are volunteers who provide immediate care to those in their community who have fallen ill. The CFR’s are dispatched by the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb). The aim of the group is to provide a service 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. If you think you can help in any way please call. Contact: Team Leader: Pauline Flores-Moore on 07702 743776 or visit our website Tea Dances Join Colin and Margret every second and fourth Friday of the month, for an afternoon of ballroom dancing. Cost £5 Place: Southwater Leisure Centre Contact: 01403 734409 pçìíÜï~íÉê=^êí=`äìÄ We are an informal, friendly ’self help’ group that holds regular (six per month) two and a half hour painting for pleasure sessions (details to be found on our website).

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You are expected to bring along your own art materials for the sessions and we provide refreshments. We welcome new members and encourage those interested to come along and try us out (session free). The Art Club Annual Membership is £20.00, with session fees £4.00. Contact the club via the website Southwater Library Lintot Square, Southwater 01403 734660 Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am – 5pm Sat 10am – 2pm Baby Rhyme Time (all babies and toddlers welcome) FREE Every Thursday 10.30-11.00am The Horsham & Shipley Community Project - The Workshop Practice old skills and develop new in our Community Workshop. Fully equipped with modern equipment (particularly for woodworking). Every Tuesday from 10.00am . Contact: Phil on or call 07786 070939 - Petanque Try a new sport. The Shipley Petanque Club invite new comers to come along and give it a go on Tuesdays from 11.00am to 13.00 am. Contact: Melanie on - Walking Football Come and join the fun on Tuesday or Thursday mornings from 10.00am. Contact: Phil on or call 07786 070939 - ‘Vets’ Football. Football for the over 35s. Contact: Trev on 07817 957461 to find out more. SPORTS CLUBS Southwater Badminton Club Tuesday evenings October to April from 7.30pm to 9.30pm and Thursday evenings May to September from



7.30pm to 9.30pm at Southwater Leisure Centre, Pevensey Road, Southwater, RH13 9XZ. Contact James Tillier on 01403 730319,, or Andy Bilton on 01903 892241, Southwater Watersports Centre Offering Watersports for all, they will train anyone from 8 to 80 and undertake Watersports safely whilst having as much pleasure as possible. Group bookings welcome. Place: Southwater Watersports Centre, Cripplegate Lane, Southwater, RH13 9UN. Contact: 01403 734424 Southwater Bowls Club Bowls is a game for all ages! New members or visitors are welcome at any time. Place: We play on the Green behind the Leisure Centre, Pevensey Road, Southwater from April to September with a regular friendly roll up on Mondays from 1.30 to 4.00pm. We also play Short Mat Bowls in the Leisure Centre all year round on Tuesdays from 1.30 to 4.00pm October to April on Saturdays 9.00 to 11.00am. Contact: Beryl on 01403 731761 or Tony on 01403 731177 or e-mail pçìíÜï~íÉê=iÉáëìêÉ=`ÉåíêÉ Pevensey Road, Southwater West Sussex RH13 9XZ. Tel: 01403 733208 Southwater Tuesday Night Badminton Club Open to all who enjoy badminton. New members welcome. Place: Dial Post Village Hall, Tuesdays 8.15 – 10.15pm Contact: Peter Buckley on 01403 730449 PLACES OF WORSHIP/RELIGIOUS ORGANISATIONS Holy Innocent’s Church Sunday Service at 10am (including



Sunday School on 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays), Wednesday Said Holy Communion at 10.30am and Saturday Morning Prayer at 9.30am. Tinies, Teddies & Todlers on Wednesdays at 1.45pm in term time. Place: Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT Contact: 01403 730229 or email Southwater Community Methodist Church Every Sunday at 10am. Other meetings including socials, creative groups and afternoon tea. Please check the website for details. Place: Southwater Junior Academy, Southwater, RH13 1EH Contact: Rev Kath Jones on 01403 273454 or email Elim Family Church Every Sunday at 10.30am. Please see the website for all our social events. Place Southwater Village Hall, RH13 9BT Contact Dave Taylor on 07860 859253 or, CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS ^äÅçÜçäáÅë=^åçåóãçìë For anyone who wants to stop drinking. Every Monday evening 8.00 – 9.30pm. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater, RH13 9BT Contact: 0845 769 7555 Southwater Art Club We are an informal, friendly “self help” group. You will need to bring along a picture to work on and your own art materials. Refreshments available (no extra cost). Annual Membership £20.00 Workshop fees £4.00 per session (first session free). We welcome new members. Two Monday and two Wednesday afternoons per month from 1.30pm 4pm Place: Southwater Leisure Centre

Two Thursday evenings per month from 7.00pm - 10.00pm Place: Piper Room, Village Hall, Church Lane Contact: The Secretary on Full details including workshop dates are available on Southwater Dabblers Model Boat Club We sail all kind of rc boats from yachts to real steam. We meet at Southwater every Sunday morning and all day Friday. There is also yacht racing every Wednesday morning. We are a sociable club and are happy to encourage new members young and not so young! Place: Southwater Country Park, Cripplegate Lane, Southwater, RH13 9UN Chairman: David Cross Email: Website: Southwater Horticultural Society Your local, friendly gardening club, we run three shows a year (Spring, Rose & Sweet Pea and Summer) plus a plant sale every May for bargain hunters. Place: Southwater Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater RH13 9BT Contact: Secretary: Nancy Brock on 01403 730449 or email: or find us on Facebook! Southwater Local History Club Our meetings are held at 7.30pm on the first Monday of each month. Everyone welcome. Non Members £3. Place: Beeson House, Lintot Square Contact: Chairman: Jeremy Senneck on 01403 731 247 Knit & Chat Group Held at Beeson House, Lintot Square every other Wednesday, from 10am 12 noon. Contact: Linda Briggs on 01403 731133 for further details Southwater Angling Society Fishing at Castlewood Lake, Cripplegate Lane, Southwater. New members welcome. Pleasure and

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te^qÛp=lk HORSHAM TIME WELL SPENT EVENTS Thursday 20 February - Horsham Charity Pancake Races Annual event in half term week featuring business and charity teams of four, from around Horsham town. Competing for awards. Lots of costumes, lots of fun. Also Thursday market and charity stalls. Organised by The Rotary Club of Horsham. Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 March Horsham Kinder Living Home Show Annual event offering advice and inspiration for anyone looking to repair, decorate or extend their homes in a more sustainable way. Held at Parkside Council Offices. Independently run, supported by Horsham District Council. 4 to 19 April – Easter Bunny Hunt An essential part of Horsham’s Easter, Town Centre businesses will host their annual ‘Bunny Hunt’ trail during the School Holidays. Accompanied preteenage children can visit a range of shops and draw ‘Find the Carrot’ cards to discover whether they have won a little treat and then find which Bunny is hiding in that shop. Organised by The Rotary Club of Horsham. Good Friday 10 April – One Good Friday Horsham Horsham’s Passion Play will be part of a national programme of performances of the Wintershall play on Good Friday 2020. Two free 90 minute performances are planned that will tell the story of the life of Christ spanning from the Bishopric to the Carfax. Organised by Horsham Churches Together. These will be interspersed with a musical programme to be confirmed. An event that occurs annually over Whitsun weekend at Wiston House. Easter Monday 13 April – Horsham Sounds Focused on showcasing local musicians across multiple genres on up to 6 outdoor stages daytime and an as yet



unknown number and variety of indoor venues from 4pm. Organised by Horsham Sounds a consortium of community partners supported by Horsham District Council Horsham’s VE75 Weekend 8-10 May Bank Holiday Friday 8 May: VE Day Friday -– A one off event celebrating the joy in the community that war was over and with a theme of new beginnings. Period entertainment, costumes and food, simple community games and activities. Organised by Horsham District Council, QM Studios and partners tbc. Saturday 9 May: Broadwood Morris Day of Dance Kicking off the start of Horsham’s Great British Weekend on Saturday, will be the incredible Broadwood Morris Day of Dance; a riot of colour, music and dance featuring around 25 dance sides mostly from the local area. Sunday 10 May: Great British Sunday Sunday will be a Celebration of British traditions featuring a Concert in aid of Samaritans, organised by Horsham Folk Club and Horsham Samaritans, supported by Horsham District Council, plus stalls, traction engines, Medieval shows and parades. Sunday 24 May – Plum Jam Plum Jam is a free to attend Volkswagen show in the heart of Horsham town centre. If you dream of taking off into the sunset with just a campervan and a surfboard for company, if you appreciate the hard work, love and dedication it takes to restore a classic vehicle or if you just love a bit of nostalgia on a Sunday afternoon then you will love Plum Jam's classic Volkswagen show with cool vehicles placed throughout the town centre. Sunday 7 June Feria de Horsham Spanish Festival Inspired by Southern Spain’s traditional Spring fairs, Feria de Horsham is a

resplendent celebration of Spanish cuisine and entertainment. Feria de Horsham recreates the scenes seen at many of Spain’s local Ferias. Spanish dancing workshops will proceed the weekend and there will be chances for everyone to get involved with the celebrations. This free festival is the perfect place for families and groups of all ages. Sunday 21 June – Carnivale Horsham – Caribbean and Latin American Festival Soak up the spirit of the Caribbean and Latin America in Horsham Town Centre. Experience themed Music and Dance Zones with conga’s connecting the two Street Food will feature exciting cuisines from across the area and showcase travel opportunities with Tourist Board Support organised by The Sussex Travel Company, supported by Horsham District Council and partners. Sunday 5 July – Funday Sunday and Horsham Children’s Parade Many local schools will be invited to participate in the second Horsham Children’s Parade which will start in the town in the morning and end at the beginning of the amazing Funday Sunday Community Day out organised by Rotary Club of Horsham and friends. Featuring live entertainment, stalls, community groups, Benson’s Funfair, sport demonstrations and much more. All in Horsham Park from 12 midday. Sunday 12 July – Horsham French Fest Bastille Day France at Home French market and themed entertainments, Napoleonic reenactors plus vintage crafts, gifts and homeware from Horsham Markets by Food Rocks. For more information about these events: Email: horshamtimewellspent

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HORSHAM MUSEUM & ART GALLERY Boom and Bust: Horsham after the Great War 9th Nov 2019 to 21st Feb 2020 The first decade after the First World War was one of great change throughout Britain, and Horsham was no exception. A new exhibition at Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, Boom and Bust: Horsham after the Great War, will look at the developments and events that took place during the 1920s, and how they affected the town and the people that lived here. A Flock of Sparrows – celebrating the life of Dr Geoffrey Sparrow; a comic genius 21st Dec 2019 to 22nd Feb 2020 Dr Geoffrey Sparrow arrived in Horsham 100 years ago, setting up in practice. Along with his medical skill he brought great artistic talent and flair for capturing life as lived in the District in the 1930-60s. His genius was capturing in a few strokes, on the back of napkins, envelopes and the more formal painting, the humour of life. He follows in the tradition of Rowlandson, but without the cutting edge. John R Abbey - Horsham's Greatest Book Collector 10th Jan 2020 to 28th Mar 2020 For over 30 years one time Storrington resident Major J R Abbey built up one of the greatest collections of books based on those attributes. This small exhibition celebrates his passion with books and photographs. Major Abbey died on Christmas eve 1969. Causeway House, Horsham: 600 Years and Counting 17th Jan 2020 to 21st Mar 2020 Now home to Horsham Museum and Art Gallery this house began its life 600 years ago as an office, workshop for a medieval merchant, later in middle age becoming a tailors home, before in its more mature years helping out in the war effort, 1940s and 50s civil defence rather than Home Guard. Its rich and varied life has been etched in to its “skin and bones”.

Horsham Museum & Art Gallery, 9 Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1HE. Tel: 01403 254959 or visit THE CAPITOL HORSHAM Met Opera Live: Porgy & Bess (Gershwin) Sat 1 & Sun 9 Feb 2020, Various Times Shake That Thing! The Great British Swing Dance Show Sat 1 Feb 2020, 7:30pm Kinky Boots - The Musical (12A TBC) Tue 4 & Sun 9 Feb 2020, Various Times Zog Thu 6 - Sat 8 Feb 2020, Various Times Saturday Night and Sunday Morning (PG) HFS Mon 10 Feb 2020, 8pm Tony Stockwell: Psychic Medium Wed 12 Feb 2020, 7:30pm Horsham Film Festival 2020 Awards Night Thu 13 Feb 2020, 7:30pm 5 Soldiers Fri 14 Feb 2020, 7:30pm California Dreamin' Sat 15 Feb 2020, 7:30pm Showdown Theatre Arts: Aladdin Jr Tue 18 - Wed 19 Feb 2020, Various Times NT Live: Cyrano de Bergerac (15) Thu 20 Feb 2020, 7pm Met Opera Live: Agrippina (Handel) Sat 29 Feb & Sun 8 Mar 2020, Various Times Kojo Anim: The Taxi Tour Tue 3 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Flash: A Tribute To Queen Fri 6 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Back To Bacharach Sat 7 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Clinton Baptiste: The Paranormalist Returns! Sun 8 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Pete Whittaker: Solo & Free Mon 9 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Burning (15) HFS Mon 9 Mar 2020, 8pm Jane Eyre Tue 10 - Wed 11 Mar 2020, Various Times

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Barbara Dickson with Nick Holland Thu 12 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Marisha Wallace Fri 13 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Met Opera Live: Der Fliegende Hollander (Wagner) Sat 14 & Sun 22 Mar 2020, Various Times Horsham Symphony Orchestra Sat 14 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Dad's Army Radio Show Fri 20 Mar 2020, 7:30pm The Supersonic 70s Show Sat 21 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Cranleigh Dance and Theatre Arts: There's No Place Like Home... Fri 27 - Sat 28 Mar 2020, Various An Evening of Aretha Franklin Sun 29 Mar 2020, 7:30pm Round The Horne Tue 31 Mar 2020, 7:30pm CATS PROTECTION FUNDRAISERS Sat 25th January 2020 - 12 noon – 2pm Salvation Army Hall, Booth Way/Depot Road, Horsham Sat 29th February 2020 - 11am-1pm St Andrews Methodist Church, Crawley Road, Roffey, Horsham Sat 18th April 2020 - 2pm – 4pm Roffey Millenium Hall, Crawley Road, Roffey, Horsham SUSSEX PATHFINDERS RAMBLING CLUB WALKS Please check walks or call 07842 792962 for any updates to any of the walks listed below. Sorry, dogs are not permitted. Saturday 1 Feb 10:30 Shermanbury 5.5 miles Fairly level Explorer Map OL11/TQ212179 Meet in the lay-by off the A281 north of Henfield. Walk via Shiprods Farm, Adur riverbank, Royal Oak, Springlands, Shermanbury Place, Mock Bridge.



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(L), Colwood Park, Westridge Farm. Saturday 29 Feb 10:30 Fittleworth 6.5 miles Undulating Explorer Map OL10/SU992170 Meet in Lord's Piece car park. Walk via Coates and Sutton End. Sunday 1 Mar 10:30 Upper Beeding 12 miles Rolling downland, some hills, riverside Explorer Map OL11/TQ208096 Meet at Beeding Hill car park. Walk via Truleigh Hill and Bramber (L), Beeding. Saturday 14 Mar 10:00 Henfield 6 miles Fairly level Explorer Map OL11/TQ212179 Meet in the lay-by on the A281 about one mile north of Henfield. Walk via Downs Link, Shermanbury, return via Adur riverbank.

VEGAN FEST HORSHAM Saturday 25th April 10.30am - 4.30pm Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham RH12 1JF £2 entry (under 16s free) Vegan cheese, inspiring talks, street food, indulgent cakes, ethical clothing & accessories, plant based nutrition, beer & wine, scrumptious savouries and all cruelty free! All profits to our nominated charities: Animals Asia and Born Free. @veganfesthorsham

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