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AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2008

The Essential Guide to Where You Live

Useful Directory of Trades and Businesses Serving the Broadwater Area

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Well here is the double month issue, it occurs once a year to allow me some time with the children over the holidays.

The next issue will be out in October and will start the build up to the next Christmas event. In the mean time I am looking for another distributor or two, with excellent rates of pay - if this takes your fancy....let me know!

The Carnival was the best ever this year, have a look at the selection of pictures panning over 8 pages, you may even spot yourself in one!

If you are a charity or non-profit making organisation, Broadwater Pages is an excellent platform to let the community know what you’re doing....so get in touch!

Try to guess the local character who has changed career, and win a reflexology treatment. The next update on the Family Tree Search is an interesting one...if you can find it buried amongst the adverts!

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Worthing Scouts News

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What’s On?

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Guess the Character!

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Carnival Pictures

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Fifield Family and Smith’s Brickyard

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Freeconomy picnic

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Sudoku

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Index of Traders

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August/Sept Recipe

Place the lime juice and rind in a bowl with the chopped coriander, honey, garlic and soy sauce. Season well. Cut the chicken into small pieces and add to the marinade. Stir and leave for 20 minutes.

Lime & Coriander Chicken Skewers It had to be a barbeque recipe!!

Cut the leeks in half, widthways and thread onto 4 dampened wooden skewers with the chicken pieces. Drizzle with the oil and cook under a medium grill or over the barbecue for 20 minutes, basting and turning occasionally.

1 lime, juice and rind 2 tbs chopped Fresh Coriander 2 tbs runny honey 1 tsp chopped Garlic 1 tsp dark soy sauce 450 g (1 lb) skinless, boneless chicken breasts 6 baby leeks, trimmed 2 tbs olive oil sea salt and black pepper

Serve the chicken with a small bowl of light soy sauce mixed with a pinch of Chinese Chilli, Garlic and Ginger stir fry seasoning. Makes 4 servings.

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Have freedom and success with Life Coaching & NLP! Is there anything you want to do or overcome and you just haven’t got around to doing it just yet, or you don’t know how to? Then you, like me, can change that if you want to, and the best part is that it’s easy!

I was reading an article recently about a survey regarding phobias. Apparently more than four out of five of us suffer from phobias. Until recently, I had a life-long phobia of spiders, and on my Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) course, I conquered my fear and held a tarantula – it was an awesome experience! Not only did I feel (and still feel) fantastic, I feel so much more freedom in my life as a result. I hadn’t realised just how much impact an unfounded fear had had on my life until then. It took half an hour to go from fear to excitement and wonderment while holding a tarantula. I want to share this with as many people as possible so you too can have the option to move forward with anything that may have been holding you back until now.

emotional issue, which you don’t want to discuss, you don’t have to – I don’t need to know the details to get the same great results. For some people, a more structured plan is appropriate. If you are looking to change career or begin a new career after having children, you may benefit from weekly or fortnightly sessions so you can really get motivated to achieve the results you want. Whatever you want to work on, will be tailor-made for you.

NLP and Life Coaching are about looking at things in a different way; giving you more options. What you tend to discover is that when you are offered more choices, decisions are easier as you are not limited to a certain way of thinking. You can work with a massive spectrum of areas. Depending on what you want to change, you can for example remove a phobia in one session. If you have an

If you’d like to find out more and have a chat with me, call me now on 530102. Alternatively, I’m at Simpson’s Health Food Shop in the Royal Arcade, Worthing on Thursdays from 9.30am to 1pm. I look forward to meeting you. 7


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Worthing Explorer Scouts Go Platinum!

On Sunday 29th June, 6 Explorer Scouts from Worthing attended a County presentation at Cisswood House Hotel in Lower Beeding, Horsham to each receive the Chief Scout's Platinum Award.

The reception was attended by 40 Scouts and Explorer Scouts across West Sussex together with their family and friends. 33 Gold awards and 7 Platinum awards were presented by Penny Hardwick, trustee of The Lodge Hill Centre. The Gold award is the highest award in the Scout section and the Platinum award is the next level up for the Explorer Scout section. The 6 achievers from Worthing were: Amelia Lytton (16), Alexandra Wilton (16), Rachel Drew (16), Lucy Partridge (15), Madeleine Roberts (15) and Bradley Stratton (16). They're all members of Osprey Explorer Scout Unit, based at 8th Worthing Sea Scout Group. 10

Explorer Scout Leader Paul Chaplain said: "The Chief Scout's Platinum Award is a significant achievement and all of these young people are a credit to themselves, their Unit and their District. To achieve the award they all completed the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award plus additional nights away, international, environment and values requirements. Activities included helping at Beavers and Cubs as a Young Leader, lifeguarding, piano, performing arts, saxophone, acoustic guitar, props, acting, rounders, fitness, hockey, dance, badminton and culminated in a 2 day expedition across the South Downs."


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To advertise call 01903 530992 or email liana@broadwaterpages.co.uk What’s on in August/Sept? Offington Park Methodist Church are holding a "Holiday at Home

3rd Worthing (Broadwater) Scout Group. Car Boot Sale Sat 23rd August on Broadwater Green.

Experience" from Tuesday 19th Thursday 21st August inclusive for the over 60's, especially for those who won't get a holiday away from home this year. Crafts, Entertainment, Food and Fun. Transport will be available. Cost is £5. For further information and to book your place please telephone 01903 205722 Christianity Explored - If you want to find out more about the true meaning of life why not join our new group meeting in "the cafe" at Broadwater for 8 weeks from Monday 29th September in the evenings. 01903 205722 Champions

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Holiday Club - Last week of the Summer Holidays when everyone is getting bored and Carers are getting frazzled - why not join us at Offington Park Methodist Church?

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26th - Thursday 28th inclusive. Total cost £5 or £2 daily. Show and BBQ on Thursday night at an additional cost. Full details from Church Office 01903 205722 Open Air Service Sunday 31st August 10am - 2pm Broadwater Green, followed by a picnic 12

THE Messiah By George Frederic Handel Worthing Choral Society is actively recruiting new members. We are inviting all those who love to sing choral music to come to our weekly rehearsals for one term. Starting on Tuesday 2nd September 2008, we shall not impose our normal membership charges for this term only, to encourage you to join us on a longterm basis. We rehearse in Broadwater C of E First and Middle School, Rectory Gardens, commencing at 7.30 pm. There is plenty of parking in and around the school. Why not give us a try? Test out the friendly welcome you will receive from the whole choir. You will wonder why you never joined us before!! If you are unable to come along on the 2nd September, please come along on any other Tuesday in September, to ensure that you rehearse as much as possible. The Messiah will be performed on Saturday 22nd November at St Andrew’s Church, Clifton Road, Worthing. Starting at 3.30 pm; it will be a performance of the whole works. For more information about Worthing Choral Society, contact Chairman; Barry Bates on Worthing (01903) 823078, or email


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The SUssex Organ

Society. Wednesday September 3rd at 7.30pm at Queen Street Church Centre - Jon Smith. Jon is truly an international performer, having entertained thousands of people all over the world, from Shanklin to Toronto, Scarborough to Barbados, U.S.A., Canada, Europe, and aboard cruise ships in the Caribbean. He has also worked along with international stars in top cabaret venues and played extensively in the U.K. Autumn Show Worthing Horticultural Society and Wor thi ng & Distri ct Allotments Association are holding their Autumn Show on Saturday 6 th September at Offington Park Methodist Church, South Farm Road, from 1-5 p.m. There will be flower classes, especially chrysanthemums and dahlias, and fruit, vegetables and cookery classes. There will also be an e x h i b i t io n of v a r io u s fl or a l arrangements and associated crafts, presented by Worthing Flower Club.

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To advertise call 01903 530992 or email liana@broadwaterpages.co.uk What’s on in August/Sept? Dizzy boutique charity shops support the diabetic community. Our East Preston store will have its 3rd birthday very soon. To celebrate this milestone we will be holding our dizzy day 2008 on Saturday 23rd August at the Conservative Hall, Sea Road, East Preston 10:30 till 15:30. Grand Clearance – Stock Sale Refreshments; coffee, tea & cakes etc; BBQ - food yummy for your tummy! Wine Tasting by Sussex Victuallers; Fitness & Aerobics demonstrations Health & Well being area; Raffle & Tombola. Visit: dizzy.org.uk for more information

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Read the following profile, can you guess which local Broadwater Character has had a complete change of career to become a Reflexology Practitioner? The answer will be

revealed in the October issue. If you feel you know the answer, drop Liana an email on liana@broadwaterpages.co.uk. The first person to get the answer right wins

PROFILE

CHICHESTER COLLEGE ON A YEARS COURSE ON REFLEXOLOGY. THE FOLLOWING YEAR I BECAME AN ADVANCED REFLEXOLGIST AT NORTHBROOK COLLEGE. FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS I HAVE RETURNED TO BOSNIA (SARAJEVO) WITH “HEALING HANDS” TO WORK IN THE CLINIC PRACTISING SPIRITUAL HEALING AND REFLEXOLOGY.

HOW DID I BECOME A RELFLEXOLOGIST? IN 2003 I WENT TO BOSNIA TO PRACTISE IN A CLINIC.....SPIRITUAL HEALING WITH “HEALING HANDS NETWORK” FOR WAR VICTIMS, WHILE I WAS THERE I SAW REFLEXOLOGY IN ACTION. FEELING INSPIRED, ON RETURNING HOME, I ENROLLED AT

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Carnival 2008

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Did you enjoy Broadwater Carnival Day? Would you enjoy being part of the team who work hard all year round to make this day happen?? Broadwater Carnival Society welcome new and active members to it’s committee. If that sounds like you........come along to the Annual General Meeting on Monday September 22nd @ Broadwater Working Mans Conservative Club in Broadwater Street East. Help to decide the Theme and Charities for 2009!! 24


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.....FIFIELD FAMILY and SMITH’S BRICKYARD continues..... If I may be allowed to continue a little more with your Family Search article in Broadwater Pages, I can tell you of the 1861 Census `Description of the Enumeration District’. This includes Smith’s brickyard as part of the boundary for the area and being the north side of Montague Street and it goes on to mention “…Western Cottages, Coastguard Station and buildings, cottages adjoining same and facing the sea, West Street, Surrey Street and houses in Montague Street lying between Smith’s brickyard and the crossing from Crescent road to West Buildings.” Montague Street existed as a path between Worthing and Heene much earlier and was known as South Lane. This should confirm Val’s approximate location near Eriswell Road. But I must correct her on her assumption of Worthing being a hamlet within Broadwater! An Act of Parliament in 1803 granted Worthing town status and governed by Town Commissioners. The Broadwater name continued to exist simply because St Mary’s church was `the church’ for both Broadwater and Worthing and the parish was used as a registration district for births, marriages and funerals. The exception was the Chapel of Ease in, suitably, Chapel Road. Those if us old enough to remember the archway just west of Crescent Road in Montague Street leading to Madgwick’s, a local blacksmith, will know of the very old 2storey buildings in which he worked. Further west, and probably better known, were the similar buildings used by the Keys Brothers

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for the sales and servicing of motor bikes, opposite West Street and the Rose and Crown. These buildings were very likely part of the brickyard and were left when the area began to be developed. The 1851 Census shows Harriet Fifield – the lady in the original query – living in the brickyard with her three children and her mother Elizabeth Guile., aged 78. Harriet had married Henry Fifield in December 1833 at Broadwater church. By 1861, Harriet was living in West Street with, now, four children, indicating that Henry still existed - or did he? The difference in ages between each child – Elsey, 24; James, 15; Samuel, 12 and Frederick, 5 – would suggest he was away for much of the time perhaps as a seaman, a soldier or even a habitual criminal!! Whatever, he is nowhere to be found (as yet) in any census between 1841 and 1881. Readers should, by now, begin to understand the fascination with genealogy – it is not simply finding out ancestors but, it has to include some local history to give an overall picture of who the ancestors were as well as how and where they lived. Absorbing!

David Wakefield


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Index of Advertisers

Electrical 6 APH Electrical 6 8 Fitness and Weight Loss Business Directory Ocean Health and Fitness 5 Best of Worthing 13 Gaming (Wii) Beautician Fonedog 25 The Beauty Room 14 Hair Stylist (freelance) Cake Makers/Decorators Emily Johnson 25 The Cake Box 14 Heating Engineer Care Agency T K Pettet 25 Caremark 8 Kitchen Replacement Doors Carpet/Vinyl Supplies/Fitting Dream Doors 32 MG Carpets 4 Life Coaching and NLP Children’s Activities Sarah Pond 7 Neptune Swimming Academy26 Pottery Fun Factory 27 Party Supplies Power Tae Kwon-Do 25 Sussex Party Shop 16 Wave open day 15 Plastering Chiropody and Foot care Andy B 14 Carol A. Ewing 29 Plumbing Conservatories/Windows Guy Wakeford Plumbing 11 Manor House 31 PlumbXpress 27 Simon Alford 6 Computer Services/Solutions Aranea Creations 5 Preschools Kingfisher preschool 14 Education Centre Kip McGrath 10 Reflexology Terence Edward Ley 29

Restaurants Urdu Blue Rubbish Clearance Ace Recycling

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Solicitor Miller Parris

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