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Tigger’s drug search
The first drug operation of its type in Chichester
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CHICHESTER CITY has seen the first drug operation of its type to hit the area to combat its unwanted problems. Chichester Business Against Crime (ChiBAC) carried out a multi-agency drug dog search – deployed as ‘Operation Tigger’ - for the first time ever covering Chichester train station and the City centre parks on Friday the 2 August. ChiBAC requested K9 deployment to provide the drug dogs thanks to funding from the Business Improvement District (BID) and additional partners key to carrying out the operation which included British Transport Police, Southern Rail Revenue Protection, Sussex Police and Chichester District Council (CCTV).
Kim Long, City Centre Manager, said: “We have a lovely city that attracts people far and wide, especially when we have seasonal events such as Glorious Goodwood. It’s really important that we continue to ensure Chichester offers a pleasant and safe environment for people to work, visit and spend money in our shops and eateries, and this kind of operation shows that we take the safety of our city seriously.” Chichester station foyer and forecourt were covered with a passive dog trained to indicate when drugs might be present. Approximately 1000 people travelled through the station over the time of the operation, with 8 positive indications by the dog, resulting in searches at the train station. The second part of the operation involved taking the passive dog through the parks of... Continued on page 3
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Portfield Pupils Transform their School for Chichester in Bloom Competition
Teacher and Gardening Club leader, Miss Naomi Twiss and Headteacher Daryl Power with students at Portfield Primary Academy and the judges of the Chichester in Bloom competition
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Continued from page 1 Chichester, including Bishop Palace Gardens, Cathedral Green and Priory Park, which resulted in no indications from the dog of the presence of drugs. Some onlookers were treated to a test exercise performed on the Cathedral Green, when CHiBAC manager Tessa Callingham hid an item of drugcontaminated clothing. The impressively well-trained dog clearly found the clothing and “indicated” as such by sitting perfectly still and staring intently at Tessa, much to the amusement of the group of people watching. Tessa Callingham, manager of ChiBAC, comments: “The visual impact of the drug dog actively searching through the crowds with high visibility policing in support was effective and we believe gave off a strong
outdoor area, in which they can dig, explore and plant as they wish. Miss Twiss said: “Every child in the school has had a hand in the development of the school’s gardens and they are rightly proud of all they have achieved. Alongside the Gardening Club, our site manager, Mark Bull, deserves to be credited for all his work in the grounds. He made the decking in the courtyard, laid the paving, made all the raised beds in both the courtyard and in the front gardens and helps with Gardening Club each Monday after school. We have several parent helpers and, leading up to the competition, they put in countless hours to support me with the final preparations. “The judges were very positive about how much work we have done to the grounds over the course of the year. Working towards this competition has greatly enthused the pupils, and it has encouraged them to learn more about plants, nature and wildlife." Next year, Gardening Club plans to transform an orchard at the school into a wild flower conservation area or meadow, and also hopes to grow fruit and vegetables in the school grounds. Portfield Primary Academy will receive the results of the Chichester in Bloom competition in September, with a Mayor’s reception due to be held in October.
STUDENTS at Portfield Primary Academy in Chichester have been transforming their school garden as part of the annual Chichester in Bloom competition. Back in July a panel of judges, including the Mayor of Chichester, visited the school to view the children’s floral feats. The school has several areas within its grounds which lend themselves to horticultural activities and students and volunteers belonging to the Portfield Primary Academy Gardening Club have transformed the look of the school by planting an array of beautiful plants, shrubs and trees. Gardening Club is led by teacher Miss Naomi Twiss and has more than 20 members, including parent helpers, who meet after school on a Monday to weed, plant, sow and dig. Staff and parents also supported the school’s gardening efforts by lending their hands and backs in a Community Ground Force Day, when the school opened its doors on a Saturday for a long morning of gardening. The transformation of the school’s gardens has helped to enrich the student’s learning and education. The rear of the school grounds is home to two raised beds for Key Stage One classes to cultivate plants and flowers of their choice, whilst the Reception class also has a raised bed situated in their
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Woman assaulted in Selsey Cyclist assaulted in alleyway POLICE are appealing for two motorists to come forward after they came to the aid of a woman who was attacked in Selsey. The incident happened at about 7.30pm on Monday 19 August in Beach Road as the 40-year-old victim, who lives in Selsey, walked along with her two young children. She was approached by the man who attempted to push her. A police spokesperson said: "Fortunately the victim was uninjured but this was a very frightening experience both for her and her young children who
witnessed the incident. "We're keen to trace anyone who saw what happened, and would particularly like to speak to two motorists who stopped at the time to help the victim. "The offender is described as white, aged about 40, with shoulder length hair and an English accent. "Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting serial 0873 of 19/08 or email contact.centre@sussex. pnn.police.uk. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."
POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an assault on a man in his early 30's who was attacked in London Road, Bognor Regis on the evening of Monday, 12 August. The victim was riding a bicycle along the alley that runs between Hotham Park and Lyon Street when the assault took place at about 11.20pm. In the incident the victim was the subject of racial abuse by two people and then assaulted receiving a cut to his lower abdomen which
required hospital treatment. The two suspects are described as a white man and woman only at this time. Detective Constable Gavin Percival said: "We are keen to establish the identity of those responsible for this assault and abuse, and we ask anyone who may have witnessed it to contact us via 101 quoting serial 1840 of 12/8. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
Two cars in crash Motorcyclist killed in on A29 at Shripney Climping collision A MOTORCYCLIST was fatally injured when his Yamaha bike was in collision with a red Vauxhall Corsa in Climping on Sunday afternoon (August 25). The collision happened a few minutes before 2pm in Crookthorn Lane, at the junction with Yapton Road. Ambulance paramedics were joined by an air ambulance team, but were unable to save the 48-year-old man from Bognor Regis who sadly died at the scene.
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The A29 at Shripney Road, Shripney, was closed after two cars collided at the junction with Barn Lane at 8.50am on Friday 23 August and one of them, a Honda Civic, left the road and went into a ditch. The 48-year old Bognor woman driving that car was freed by firefighters and taken to St Richards Hospital in Chichester with a broken arm and cuts. The 35-year old Bognor man driving the other car, a BMW 740, was unhurt. Drivers were advised to avoid the area but the road was re-opened shortly after midday
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Why weight – take part in online survey now AN ONLINE survey has been launched seeking residents’ views on healthy weight and what it means to them. The survey runs to Sunday September 15. Everyone who completes the survey can be entered into a prize draw to win one of ten £10 high street vouchers. It can be found on the West Sussex County Council website at www.westsussex.gov.uk under ‘live consultations’ in the ‘have your say’ section. The survey looks at issues such as healthy living, weight loss services and perceptions of what healthy weight actually is. Cabinet Member for Community Wellbeing Christine Field said: “Healthy weight can mean different things to different people. There are so many factors as well, such as physical activity, pressures from society, and images from the media to name but a few. “This survey asks residents to give
their views on these different areas and ultimately what support they think would be helpful to encourage all ages to be at a healthy weight for them as an individual.” The results of the survey will be used to help inform Public Health in commissioning a countywide management service to offer support to adults, children and young people and their families. Christine added: “The survey is open to all ages, but we are particularly keen to hear from young people for their views on healthy weight and what would motivate them to use the proposed new service.” At present, separate weight management services are available for adults and for young people. The proposed new service will provide for all ages and will encourage participants to change their behaviour and lifestyle for a more healthy one and help motivate them to lose weight.
Summer Fete THE APULDRAM CENTRE are having a Summer Fete on Sunday 1st September 11am 3pm. Activities include: Bric a Brac, Wheel of Fortune, Cake Stall, Football, Teddy Bear Stall, Music, Workshop, Splat the Rat, Treasure Hunt, Tin Can Shy, Tombola and a Bouncy Castle.
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Survey will help shape the future of Petworth RESIDENTS of Petworth and the surrounding villages are being asked for their views on the town to help plan its future. Surveys are being delivered to all homes in Petworth and a sample of the surrounding villages to help create a ‘Petworth Vision’. The aim is to improve the long-term prosperity and sustainability of the town. Residents are being asked a range of questions including: • what they like most about the town centre; • their experience of using the town for shopping and accessing other services; • how they would describe Petworth; and • what improvements they would like to see. Businesses and traders are being asked about their experiences of running a business in the town in a separate survey. A third will be aimed specifically at visitors. Chichester District Council is working with Petworth Town Council, Petworth Business Association and the South Downs National Park Authority on the plans and a Petworth Vision Committee has been set up. Further consultation will carried out to take a look at the town from a business point of view and to identify ways of
improving the town’s viability and vitality. All of the information gathered will help produce Petworth Town Centre Vision. Councillor Myles Cullen, Cabinet Member for Economy, Tourism and Car Parks at Chichester District Council, says: “The feedback from residents is a key part of planning for the future of Petworth and I would encourage as many residents as possible to take part. “Using all the results gathered we will together agree which suggestions are most likely to make a positive impact on improving the town centre and produce the Petworth Town Centre Vision. This is an exciting project for Petworth.” The survey can also be filled in on the council’s website at www.chichester.gov.uk/ consultations or for more information please call 01243 534623.
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New £3.5m boatyard for Premier’s Chichester Marina COMPRISING a large-scale high quality boatshed, workshops, offices and chandlery, Chichester Marina’s new boatyard will offer boat owners a ‘one stop’ location for marine services. Chichester Marina’s new boatyard is now open and is set to challenge the best on the South Coast. Based around the idea of providing more integrated facilities, this unique boatyard layout offers a full range of marine services set in a single location. But whilst the facilities in the new yard are up to the minute, the boatyard’s sensitive architecture has a traditional style that has been designed for low visual impact and will mimic the gentle, vernacular character of the marina’s existing buildings. Marina Manager, Graham Bristowe, said: “Chichester Marina is set in a designated area of natural beauty, so whilst our boatyard design had to be functional, it was paramount that it was sensitive to the preservation of the natural beauty of the harbour. We achieved this by working closely with the local authorities, Chichester Yacht Club and local residents.” Premier’s old boatyard was built in the 1960’s and supported a thriving mix of marine service tenants who along with Premier’s boatyard services, attracted business from boaters throughout the harbour. The new boatyard aims to enhance this heritage by offering a larger, more modern, and fit for purpose complex that builds upon the popularity of the old
boatyard. At the heart of the new boatyard is a modern boatshed with dedicated rigging and maintenance units that flank a modern boat storage area fit for working with temperature sensitive technologies. The boatshed accommodates boats up to 50ft and will attract Premier berth holders, visiting yachtsmen and tenants who will appreciate working undercover, particularly in the winter. The new boatyard service buildings wrap conveniently around the boatshed and house a mix of retail space and small-scale workshops that provide facilities for a full range of complimentary marine services. The internal arrangements in the buildings are also designed for maximum flexibility.
In spite of the current economic climate, tenants have been keen to move into the new boatyard complex with just two units remaining. Besides the relocation of existing tenants to the new boatyard, boat sales companies such as Ancasta International Boat Sales and clothing companies like The
Marine Super Store and Coastal and Outdoor Living have also been attracted to the site. Other facilities in the complex will include The Boat House Café. To find out more about the boatyard call Chichester Marina on 01243 512731 or visit www.premiermarinas.com
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Communities across West Sussex to benefit from County Council grants VOLUNTARY and Community Sector Organisations across West Sussex have received a share of nearly £130,000. The cash is part of the West Sussex County Council Public Health Prevention and Wellbeing Grants Programme, which funds innovative, community-based activities for residents designed to enable people to get out and about, make friends and see others. This year awards ranging from under £50 and £5,000 were given to a variety of charities or organisations based around the county. They will be used for a number of different projects that will help to tackle social isolation – particular among older residents. These include tea and chat groups, choirs and fitness and learning activities. A new social group designed to help older men in the community get together, enabling them to share their interests, will also benefit from funding. The grants were distributed by the County Local Committees, with a budget allocation based upon the population of adults in the area. Christine Field, West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Community Wellbeing, said: “I’m delighted so many good causes will be able to benefit from this funding.”
Classic turnout at show
DESPITE the warning of bad weather, 185 classic vehicles attended the third Classic Car Summer Show as part of Selsey Festivities. As a small town, the public were transported back in time, remembering times when they too owned one of the many classic cars on display. Perhaps it was a picnic at the beach in a Devon Camper, owned by Mr Piggott who won first prize in Class E. Maybe more of an early family car, such as Mr D Smith's 1936 Morris Eight, winner of Class A. Who wouldn't have liked to go on the back of the stunning winner of the motorcycle class, Louise Satturley's hand-built Yamaha XS400 LSD Flat Track Special. The event this year supported the work of St Wilfrids Hospice and almost £500 was raised for them on the day. The St Wilfrids Cup, given to the car that had travelled the furthest, was won by Mr Gibbs who, in his 1961 Vauxhall Velox travelled all the way from Staines for the show. The Mithril Cup for Best in Show was
awarded to Anthony Ravenscraig for his stunning 1958 Bentley S1, a worthy winner. Founder members Mick Hemmings and Les Payne are already planning next year’s show. Meanwhile, Manhood Classic Car group hold regular monthly meets from
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Council officers make sure that the show goes on COUNCIL officers took over from Barry Norman and Jonathan Ross recently – when they had to classify six films for the Chichester International Film Festival. The films were not classified by the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), and so the New Park Centre in Chichester turned to their local Licensing Officers at Chichester District Council for help. At the moment, any film shown that is not classified by the British Board of Film Classification, must be classified by the local licensing authority. However, the Government is currently looking to relax the rules around this in the near future. “People wouldn’t normally associate the classification of films with the work of the council. Although this isn’t one of our regular activities, it does show the breadth of services we offer to our community on a daily basis,” says Councillor John Connor, Cabinet Member for the Environment at Chichester District Council. “At the moment, establishments such as New Park, have to turn to the council when films aren’t classified – otherwise they would currently be unable to show them. This is particularly important because people need to be aware of the rating when they are considering whether to take their children along with them.
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(Left to Right) is of Laurence Foord, Licensing Manager and David Knowles-Ley, Licensing Officer at Chichester Cinema at New Park
“We wanted to help the Film Festival so that it could continue to show a variety of films that people may otherwise be unable to see.” Walter Francisco, General Manager of the Chichester International Film Festival at New Park, says: “Running an International Film Festival poses obvious certification problems, as we deal with many films (from the UK & abroad) without BBFC Certificates. The Licencing team at the Chichester District Council has come to the rescue for the last two years by providing these for us.” This is the 22nd year that the Chichester International Film Festival has been held and it finishes on Sunday 1 September. More information can be found at www. chichestercinema.org
I AM not the kind of girl that usually embraces change, I have my comfort zone and I spend 95% of my time truly in the will be my first proper job. I had to go to middle of it. But in the last few weeks I feel a recruitment evening and socialise with like a lot around me has changed or is still complete strangers which I never usually do, changing, and I’m finding it, surprisingly, so that was good for me. It really tested my exciting. confidence having to rap about my bum in For starters, on the 22nd of August, I front of 20 people I had just met. But I guess got my final GCSE results. I, along with all getting the job proves just what you can my friends, was ecstatic about my results. I achieve when you push the boundaries you felt like I had the odds stacked against me, set yourself. because I had spent about 4 months out of When I look back on the year I’ve had, school this year, but I guess my grades were I cannot believe how much has changed a reminder to myself of what I can do when – Some for the better and some for the I put my mind to it. worst. But as my summer holidays draw to Staying on the academic topic, I enrolled a close, so does the old Gracie; or at least at Havant College and I start in just under parts of her. I don’t know what the future 2 weeks. As much as high school gave me, holds, but I’m ready to start taking life even I think after 5 very long years, a change is more seriously than before. Although my definitely in order. And hopefully, being in pessimistic side is saying I shouldn’t trust a new environment with new people will be my strokes of positivity, who knows - my just as thrilling as it is daunting. The hard new job, college and results may only be the thing is going to be the separation college beginning. will bring with my friends who have gone in a different direction to me, but luckily I Let us know what you think have most of my friends by my side for this new chapter. I apologise for the clichés here. I also recently got a job at Lush and this
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CAN YOU donate something to our auction? Whether you’re a local business or a regular reader we would love to hear from you. We are looking for a range of items however big or small, anything from a bottle of wine for the ‘wheelbarrow of booze’ all the way up to that money cannot buy item such as signed memorabilia. West Sussex based charity the Aldingbourne Trust is very proud to have celebrated its 35th Anniversary last month. As part of the celebrations, the charity is holding a Grand Charity Auction which aims to raise funds towards the Trust’s £4 Million Appeal that was launched in 2012; the aim of the Appeal is to raise money to develop the facilities at the charity’s main site – the Aldingbourne Country Centre, and ensure the Trust can become more self-sufficient and continue to support adults with learning disabilities for another 35 years and more. The Auction will take place on 11th October at the Boxgrove Village Hall and the Trust has already received some exciting ‘money cannot buy’ lots to be auctioned, such as a cricket bat signed by the 2009 / 2010 England team displayed in a presentation case; overnight stays in some idyllic hotels;
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holiday cottages; meals out; tickets to shows; day cruises; fishing trips and lots more. However, the charity is still on the ‘My Name is Georgina’, a lookout for some more unique items film by students, staff, and to make the event as successful as professional associates of possible – can you help? the Department of Media at If you are able to help by the University of Chichester, donating something, however large has been shortlisted for or small to our auction, please do get the Unchosen Human in touch with Michelle Mckinley Bell at Trafficking Short Film email@example.com or call Competition. 07918058600. To get an idea on what has Unchosen is an already been donated and is up for auction anti-trafficking charity on the 11th October, please visit www. promoting human aldingbournetrsut.co.uk/news_events/ trafficking film campaigns events.html nationwide. film, a great Like the idea of supporting a local charity Through by having Michelle commented: “We have already documentaries, interviews, family fun day out by getting up close to farm animals; enjoying Professional actors Tayo Elesin (centre), Franciska Steiner (left) had a fantastic response from local and Q&As, Unchosen raises awareness and Michael Quartey (right) star in students’ shortlisted film woodland walks; experience a round of crazy golf and have a go businesses and supporters and I would about domestic servitude, forced labour, cars then Aldingbourne like toon saythe a bigremote thank youcontrol to everyone whoand more, to production. “Producing ‘My Name is child and sexthe trafficking happening in Country Centre is well worth has kindly donated something already. We a visit Georgina’ was a great experience for our thethis UK. summer. The Human Trafficking Short are still on the lookout for more items to students, one that provided them with Film Competition invited amateur and auction and I would love to hear from you invaluable experience of all aspects of film professional filmmakers to make a short if you’re able to help.” film based one of eight real life case studies. production,” comments Michael, “and, of Any business or individual, who kindly Michael Holley, Programme Coordinator course, they are extremely pleased to have of the most at the University, donates something to the auction, willLocated in one been shortlisted!” of Media Production scenic areas in the country, the Woodland automatically get their name or business The winners will be announced at an explains “Human trafficking tends to be Walk is home to wildlife, pond with life and has advertised in the Auction booklet and awards ceremony in London in October. This associated sexual exploitation. We can burn off mentioned during thetranquil, evening. meandering walkways. will be followed by a road show of screenings wanted Children to draw attention to servitude, as lots of energy in the children’swe play and‘unseen’ get up form closeof trafficking throughout the UK and Ireland, the details By being an enterprising charity feltarea that this to the animals, our and alpacas, donkeys, pigs,relevant goats,toturkeys, and really engaging with visitors of which are listed on www.unchosen.org. is more our region.” supporters,guinea the Trust support adults with uk along with information about the charity. Undergraduate Media students worked pigs, chickens, rabbits, ducks and birds are all learning disabilities to have the same Click on www.chi.ac.uk/media for more with lecturers and industry professionals, very friendly! opportunities as everyone else to live information about Media undergraduate including lead actress Tayo Elesin, to independent lives. degrees at the University of Chichester. plan the entire project from concept
Back to school stress-busters nsed cafe you’ll In the newly refurbished lice ng fresh, local produce. find an appetising menu usi feel good that the money you Enjoy some retail therapy and Crafts, handmade cards, l cause. ay a spend is going to a wonderfu and more; or why not take aw gs vin car s, toy ry, elle jew , ics ceram t forgetting vegetables grown on site. No eous selection of seasonal fresh bac her , nts pla ding, patio and basket a wide range of spring, bed climbers. perennials, hardy shrubs and and supporters, really engaging with visitors and , rity cha ng risi erp ent an to have the same By being ple with learning disabilities peo p hel st Tru e urn bo ing the Ald e to live independent, opportunities as everyone els full and fruitful lives.
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So here are some tips to help ease the end of By Becky Edwards (Children’s Centre holiday blues. Co-ordinator) and Nicki Graham (Family Sat 28th July, Sun 5th Aug & Sun 26th Aug• Show Get upchildren close toon real life Owlswhen 10-3 From “Owls 4 U” your a calendar Outreach Work) school starts. If they are still young, tell them11-3 From Pooh House and Gardens Sat 28th July & Thurs 30th Aug Meet “Pooh and Tigger” how many sleeps it will be until school starts. Suddenly the long summer holidays are Saturday 11th Aug Meet “Pooh and Piglet” 11-3 From Pooh House and Gardens Sometimes we assume children know things over, it’s almost time to go back to school. Sunyou 29th July,itThurs 9th Aug &toSat Broomstick flower are Making just because we do.and Children much less 11-3 From Ashwood Projects Whether dread or look forward it, 18th Aug Broomstick Sm £3, Lg £7.50, Flowers £1 worried and anxious if they know exactly what it is something children and parents have to is happening. prepare for. Saturday 4th Aug Animals @ Aldingbourne 11-3 • Collect all Day the uniform PE kit together at The early morning routine of packed Craft & Face and Painting* £3 per child accompanied by adult least 2 days before the beginning of term- that lunches and school uniforms is back! Thursday 16th Aug Build house* 10-11, 12-1, 2-3, £2 per it shows that you carechild and once it is finished way you stillyour haveown timebug to buy anything you’ve The transition from unstructured free time you are all free to enjoy yourselves. forgotten. to lessons all day and homework after school is Sun19th Aug & Sat 25th Aug Junk Modelling 10-3 • If your children have got • Get your children to make sure their school hard for children,Open whether they are 6 or 16. As seven days 10am - 4pm Blackmill Lane, Norton, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OJP Tel: 01243 542075 used to going to bed later in the holidays, start getting them to go parents is hard not to sorry about all the things bags are ready 2 days before as well. If they to bed a bit earlier for a few nights before term are too little to get them ready themselves, do that need to be got ready for that first day of begins. Even if they don’t sleep they will be it together. Kids always feel very important if term in a new year or a new school. Often the resting and they will gradually get used to the they are helping to sort things out (until they last days of the holidays are spoilt because old routine! become teenagers!) and it gives them a chance children suddenly realize they haven’t done • Try and keep aside one day right at the end of to chat to you about how they really feel about any of the work they were set for the holidays the holiday to do something special together, school. and parents suddenly realize that their even if it is just going to the park or having • If they have homework to do, try and make children haven’t got the right PE Kit or any something nice for dinner or watching a film school shoes. Before you know it, panic has set time to sit down with them while they are together on the sofa. doing it. Even if you don’t actually help them, in and everyone is shouting at each other.
Change and transitions are hard for all of us, however old we are. And whether you are pleased that the long summer holidays are over or sad that they are coming to an end, making the last days of the holiday as stressfree and as much fun as possible, will help you children to move happily and hopefully into a new school year. For more information or support with parenting visit Chichester Nursery School, Children and Family Centre. Or phone: 01243 642950. Website: www. chichester-nur.w-sussex.sch.uk
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Golf tournament success for Aldingbourne
WEST SUSSEX golfers gathered for a charity fundraising golf tournament at Avisford Park Golf Course on Friday 23rd August for a charitable cause. The weather held unlike the year before and enthusiastic golfers teed off on the 18-hole course to raise a fantastic £1,403.11 for the Aldingbourne Trust, a local charity that supports adults with learning disabilities. The Trust also received some very kind donations and hole sponsorship from local companies towards the event: Henry Adams
LLP, Bruce K9 Lt and The Brockhurst Dental Practice. Gavin Pusey, organiser of the tournament, said: “Thanks to everyone who joined us again this year and it was nice to see some new faces, which made our second golf day fantastic. We are also very grateful for the generous donations that were made.” The winners were presented with the Aldingbourne Golf Tournament trophies. The tournament was won by Kevin Murphy in the
men’s competition with Alex Hilditch runner up, and Karen Harding won the ladies competition, runner up was Janet Tong. Aldingbourne would like to thank Avisford Park Golf Club for hosting the event and to Gavin Pusey for arranging the day. The Trust would also like to thank all the participants for taking part and the donators of raffle prizes and money. Congratulations to all the winners and runners up. The money raised at the Golf Day will go
towards the Trust’s £4 million appeal, which will fund new developments at The Aldingbourne Country Centre near Fontwell, which will include a Conference Centre, Shop and Café. This new development will allow the charity to increase its self sufficiency and continue to provide the high quality of support for adults with learning disabilities – allowing them to lead independent lives and gain employment in the community. For more information about the charity visit the website: www.aldingbournetrust.co.uk
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Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre Good News: Yalia and Narla have homes. THANK YOU! BE NEIGHBOURLY AND WISE. An unneutered male cat (or Tom) will stray much more and will get into fights with other cats. Many more unneutered cats get killed or injured on the road than neutered ones, due to their travels. Many get abcesses due to scratches and bites. They also mark their territory with their very strong smelling urine spray, and often not just your home and garden, but also your neighbours’. Neutering your Tom will protect him from harm, he is likely to be more companionable, be less likely to stray, his urine spray will not smell so strong, and most stop spraying unless stressed. To prevent all these problems, contact your Vet, to make an appointment, if you cannot afford the full cost of neutering/spaying your cat please contact Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre for help (male - £20 and female - £10). Hundreds of cats and kittens are waiting
for homes at The Rescue now. Please, if you want a cat, phone and adopt from us. The Rescue asks for a minimum donation of £45 for each neutered cat or older kitten which includes vaccination, flea and worm preventative treatment, microchipping and Free PetPlan vet insurance for 4 weeks. An un-neutered younger kitten is £70 including a free neutering voucher (to be neutered at The Centre) for when the kitten is old enough. Homing by appointment 7 days a week. Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Holborow Lodge, Chalder Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, PO20 7RJ. www.crrc.co.uk. Tel: 01243 641409.
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Selsey Business Awards 2013 set to launch SELSEY Business Partnership’s Annual Business Awards aim to recognise excellence in the thriving Selsey business community, sponsored by Recenseo and Oceanair. This year’s nominations open on 1 September 2013 and winners and runner ups will be announced at a special gala dinner on 10 January 2014. Roger Barrow, Chairman of the Selsey Business Partnership is delighted with the headline sponsors involved with the awards this year and comments: "A huge number of small, vibrant, little known businesses reside in Selsey and it is a great place to do business. The Selsey Business Partnership is delighted to be supported by two established and innovative companies like Recenseo and Oceanair, in our endeavour to reward business excellence." Recenseo, a local company providing marketing support from planning through to execution of activity was established in 2008 and regularly involves itself in the local business community. Ben Cooper, Managing Director comments: “We are proud to be one of the main sponsors of the Selsey Business Awards. We attended last year’s event and it was such a great success we indicated our willingness to be a sponsor for 2013 straight away. We look forward to working with the Business Partnership to help raise the profile of
Selsey based companies and we hope that this is the start of a long term relationship with the awards and the Business Partnership.” Oceanair Marine Limited is the world’s leading supplier of blinds, shades, screens and soft furnishings in the marine market. Andy FitzGerald, Managing Director of Oceanair comments: “For the second year running, we are delighted to sponsor the Selsey Business Awards. With our international headquarters and manufacturing facility based in Selsey, we are always keen to play an active role in our local community and with many of our employees living in the surrounding area, it’s great to be supporting the development of a vibrant business community.” Selsey businesses of all sizes and sectors are invited to enter this year’s Business Awards and if members of the public know of a company that should be proud of what they do or how they do it, nominations are welcome. Nominations close on 1st December and winners will be announced at the Gala Dinner on 10 January, kindly sponsored by Bunn Leisure. Details on award categories and how to enter can be found online at www. selseybusinesspartnership.co.uk where you can also submit nominations online.
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Ladies get new venture in the spotlight Camilla Arnhold (left) and Helen Cawte (right)
HELEN CAWTE AND CAMILLA ARNHOLD launched their new wedding photography venture, Millie & Belle, on Tuesday 20th August at Field & Fork Restaurant in Chichester. The launch was attended by many wedding industry suppliers from the area including Kate Avery Flowers, Clare Williams Cakes, ID Image Consultancy, Lorelei Fine Wines, Mari Hudson Catering, Timothy Roe Fine Jewelery, Spriggs Florist, Jacaranda Catering, Southend Barns, The Duke of Cumberland, AJS Flowers, Lordington Lavender as well as past & future brides and grooms.
Millie & Belle is a unique Wedding Photography service offering elegant, romantic imagery coupled with a very personal and professional service. Millie & Belles images are natural yet artistic, they capture a wedding as it unfolds from two different angles in an bright and etheral style. The most common comment Millie & Belle get at weddings is “you must really love your job” due to the huge grins on their faces. And they do love their job, beautiful story telling coupled with a great friendship. To see more of Millie & Belles work visit www.millieandbelle.com
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SOUTHEND BARNS, a venue like no other, is hosting its first ever wedding fair on Sunday 22nd September 2013. The Chichester-based wedding venue, which opened in May 2012, boasts beautifully landscaped gardens and converted farm buildings that have been lovingly restored to create the perfect setting for a romantic civil ceremony or memorable wedding reception. With the venue being able to accommodate up to 150 guests for a seated dinner and 200 for the evening reception is has quickly become the venue of choice for local couples getting married. The Wedding Inspirations Fair, which is being held at the environmentally sustainable venue, has been designed to inspire brides and couples who want to create a special and unique day for friends and family to remember forever. Mariella Fleming, owner of Southend Barns, has handpicked wedding suppliers offering high-end and distinctive services. She says: “The chosen suppliers have all been tried and tested by some of our own wedding couples here at Southend Barns, and will be on hand to answer any questions guests may have.” The inspiration day will cover every
wedding aspect, with suppliers being spread across both the Dairy Barn and the Threshing Barn. The plethora of stands will include videographers and photographers, wedding stationers, cake makers, event planners, musicians and stylists, to name just a few. Remembering that the day is all about inspiration, six different themes will also be explored offering guests a chance to pick up on the latest trends and offer an insight into
how they could theme their own big day. There will also be live musical entertainment at the event from the likes of Dawn Gracie, The Deloreans and DJ Gary Evans Osgood. Additionally, guests can visit the Milking Parlour and watch the hair and make-up demonstrations that will be going on throughout the day. Field & Fork is Southend Barns’ resident caterers and they will be available to talk
about the dining options they offer while also serving up refreshments in their onsite café. To top the day off, each guest will receive a free goodie bag to take home, filled with useful information and ideas. Entry is free to all guests, and doors are open to the public from 10.30am until 3.30pm. For more information please visit the Southend Barns website: www. southendbarns.co.uk
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Director: Neill Blomkamp Starring: Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, William Fichtner, Alice Braga, Sharlto Copley, Diego Luna, Wagner Moura, Emma Tremblay, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Josh Blacker, Brandon Auret, Faran Tahir Running time: 109 mins
friend Julio, who puts him in touch with Spider. The only let-down is Jodie Foster, who delivers a distractingly dodgy French accent and seems disconcertingly out of place as Rhodes (luckily, she has relatively little screen time). Blomkamp’s direction is assured from start to end; as with District 9, he knows every inch of this world inside out (arguably, it’s set in the same future as District 9 as the visual landscape is extremely similar) and the production design work is highly detailed throughout.
Writer-director Neill Blomkamp’s follow-up to District 9 is an engaging, fast-paced Sci-Fi thriller with a strong script, gripping action set-pieces, superb special effects work and a terrific central performance from Matt Damon. What’s it all about? Written and directed by Neill Blomkamp, Elysium is set in 2154 - where the world is explicitly divided into the haves and the have-nots, with the poor living in slum-like conditions on the over-populated Earth’s surface and the rich living in a floating satellite space station community called Elysium, where every citizen enjoys free high-tech health care. Matt Damon stars as Max, a blue-collar worker based in the favelas of Los Angeles, who has always dreamed of going to Elysium with his
Sky Diary September 2013 By Peter Littlejohns Venus is getting lost in the evening twilight, setting about an hour after the Sun. The Sun crosses the celestial equator on the 22nd of September signalling the autumn equinox and giving equal day and night every-where on Earth. Mars rises before 03:00 moving from Cancer to Leo and passing in front of the open star cluster Praesepe (M44), or the Beehive, on the 9th. Just after mid-night Jupiter rises in the NE in Gemini and is very close to the Moon on the 28th. Saturn, which has been on show since early spring, is now slipping into the
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childhood sweetheart Frey (Alice Braga), but finds his day-to-day existence blighted by robot cops and a fractious relationship with the boss at his factory job. However, when Max receives a fatal dose of radiation, he realises that his only hope of survival is to break into Elysium and access a healing machine, so he enlists the help of tech hustler Spider (Wagner Moura) and embarks on a desperate mission that involves getting a robot exo-skeleton grafted onto his body. However, events take an unexpected turn when Max attempts to hi-
evening twilight following Venus down with the pair being close together from the 17th to 19th. Uranus and Neptune are low in the SE and S respectively a couple of hours after sun-set. In a telescope they have a pale pastel blue-green appearance. Meteors: The first maximum of the Piscids on the 9th is the only shower which is favourable this month with 5 to 10 an hour at its peak, the radiant being in the same constellation as Uranus. The path of the Moon in September runs almost level with the horizon for several nights. On the 19th the Moon is full and rises at 18:48 and looks extra large when viewed close to trees and houses. This was just right when gathering the crops, hence being called the Harvest Moon.
Southern Stars, Nearby Galaxies Summertime Stars, Moons and Planets The Stars This Month Shine on Harvest Moon The Stars This Month The Northern Lights The Northern Lights
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jack contractor Carlyle (William Fichtner) and stumbles into a plot to take over Elysium, which leads to him being targeted by villainous Secretary Rhodes (Jodie Foster) and her vicious mercenary Kruger (Sharlto Copley).
The Great The special effects are impeccable throughout, seamlessly integrated into the film in a way that feels completely organic – there’s not a single dodgy CGI moment, for example. In addition, the gripping script is both emotionally engaging and thought provoking, even if it’s slightly heavy-handed with its central message.
The Good Matt Damon delivers a reliably solid, likeable turn as Max and there’s strong support from Sharlto Copley (chillingly brutal), William Fichtner (splendidly contemptuous of Earth dwellers) and Diego Luna as Max’s best
Worth seeing? Elysium is a worthy follow-up to District 9, thanks to an engaging and intelligent script, assured direction, thrilling action sequences and a superb central performance from Matt Damon. Highly recommended.
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‘Moment to Moment’: A Exhibition of 100 Sculptures at Chichester Cathedral ‘My work is about not overlooking the Divine – finding the transcendent in the everyday. Simplifying your life and finding the grace in it.’ Randy Klein From Friday 6th September to Wednesday 30th October, Chichester Cathedral will be hosting an extraordinary exhibition of more than 100 sculptures by the artist Randy Klein. The exhibition will be staged in the Cathedral’s North Transept and the Cathedral is open daily with free entry. This fascinating collection of sculptures is titled ‘Moment to Moment – A Pilgrimage’ and Klein describes the exhibition as: ‘a journey which transforms the playful depiction of the ‘stuff’ of daily life - the exuberance of childhood, family, relationships – into a spiritual awakening’. The 100 steel sculptures form an enormous storyboard, like a series of stills from a film clip, showing a progression from carefree childhood to the experience of adulthood, and finally to a more spiritual self, who is less bound to the material world. The writer and critic Claudio Piersanti, describes Randy Klein’s work as ‘pure passion’. Klein has exhibited worldwide and currently has works in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Tate, and the Brooklyn Museum. The ‘Moment to Moment’
exhibition has previously been shown in Italy and also at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Rochester Cathedral and Ely Cathedral. Klein’s sculptures are made out of steel, copper and enamels. They take shape initially from a series of quick sketches by the sculptor, followed by trial sculptures made out of wax. Klein then uses a white hot flame to cut through sheets of steel and forges the sculptures into shape in his London workshop. This lengthy process is fascinating to the sculptor whose artworks often explore themes of metamorphosis and transformation, he explains: ‘The process of art is all about transcendence, taking raw materials and with love, patience and delicacy we imbue them with a quality beyond themselves.’
Make the most of the end of summer at Chichester Gate Leisure Parks Summer Extravaganza LOCAL residents and visitors are invited to join in the fun at Chichester Gate Leisure Park in Chichester on Saturday 31st August for an unmissable Summer Extravaganza event. The entertainment starts at 11am and continues throughout the day with an array of live music, children’s rides and family games. The event is set to be crammed with everything needed for a perfect funfilled family day out, whether it’s browsing through the stalls selling anything from jewellery to home accessories, relaxing with a meal and a glass of wine from one of the restaurants whilst listening to the music or having fun with the children on the inflatable rides and games – there will be something to suit everyone. The Summer Extravaganza is set to be a brilliant day for Chichester locals and visitors to the area. Live music will be performed from local band MacAoidh as well as acoustic vocalist and guitarist, Paul Wingham and classical group, Autumn Reeds. Stalls will be held by Pretty Little Things selling handmade soaps and bath bombs, Champman House selling throws, blankets,
doorstops and cushions, Our Little Cottage Shop selling a variety of shabby-chic home accessories and gifts and Wikaniko who will be selling their eco-friendly products. Family fun will include a variety of inflatable rides as well as games from Nandos where visitors can win a host of free food and drink. A spokesperson for Chichester Gate Leisure Park commented: “We are looking forward to our Extravaganza event this weekend. It is set to be a great day out for all the family. The support from our visitors has been fantastic and we look forward to an exciting future in Chichester.” For more information please visit www. chichestergateleisurepark.co.uk or ‘like’ Chichester Gate Leisure Park on Facebook.
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Ale Festival at Amberley Museum this weekend! Real ales, live music and dancing will be entertaining many this weekend, as Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre, set in the heart of the Sussex South Downs, holds its amazing annual beer festival. Kicking off on Friday evening, John Cave will open the festival with comedy songs while Dean Roberts will deliver an entertaining set featuring acoustic, guitarbased rock. Whilst locally produced popular ales, such as Sussex Gold and Partridge Best are in full flow, the legendary group Mythago will be performing their special brand of masked border Morris to delight and amuse. Saturday afternoon heralds the return of Ale at Amberley regulars, One for the Road, a busking band with a difference, who will be performing two sets. Greg Harper will be providing songs that tell tales of Sussex county history, loves and lives and Black Dragon Morris will deliver their traditional Morris dance spectacle. Saturday night’s finale features The Logical Hairs, a local comedy acoustic trio who are ‘almost guaranteed to keep any audience vaguely interested.’ Their unforgettable rendition of Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ is one not to be missed! Sunday promises a relaxed atmosphere with traditional and contemporary folk, rock and pop from local groups Key of 3
and Shipwrecked, with plentiful supply of delicious food and drink to satisfy to tummies, as well as the ears. With a wide selection of Sussex ales, ciders and perries, the delightful festival has gained tremendous support from local sponsors too, without whom the beer festival would not be possible. Dark Star, Langham, Welton’s and
Veg that looks out of this world "What is it?" The normal reaction by most Brits when they see kohlrabi for the first time. It is relatively unknown vegetable in the UK but this is set to change as Waitrose launches their first British grown Kohlrabi. Traditionally grown and most popular in Germany, this quirky looking veg looks like a cross between sputnik and the aliens from cartoon film, Toy Story. Being grown for the supermarket in the 'brassica belt' of Lincolnshire, famous for its production of vegetables such as the Brussels sprout, kohlrabi is part of the brassica family but with a texture similar to root vegetables. Rising in popularity on restaurant menus in central Europe, the USA and Asia, the versatile veg can be eaten raw in coleslaw in the summer months and roasted or boiled in winter dishes. The variety being introduced into Waitrose is sweeter in flavour and less woody in texture reflecting the British palate. Matthew King, vegetable buyer at Waitrose, says, 'This quirky vegetable looks
like it has come down in the recent meteor shower and landed on our shelves. At first glance it may bemuse shoppers but its universal appeal will be enjoyed by adults and kids alike. "It's delicious grated raw in a coleslaw or used in a dauphinoise instead of potatoes and the crop of cartoon films out this summer with alien and monster characters should help children give it a try." Kohlrabi joins other vegetables launching in Waitrose that are traditionally from Europe but being grown in Britain for the supermarket for the first time including patti pans and romano beans. Kohlrabi is launching into selected Waitrose shops from this weekend in white and red varieties and will be sold for £1.20 each.
Hepworth breweries are all ensuring their sponsorship support helps to raise much needed funds for the Museum, which is a registered charity. Running their popular bus services for the evening sessions, the Museum have provided transport which will depart from Brighton, Worthing, Shoreham, Henfield, Storrington
and more. For further information about the bus services and the festival, please visit the Museums’ website www.amberleymuseum. co.uk or follow their Twitter account @ amberley_museum or like their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/ Amberley-Museum/181898681922172
A Berry Good Summer As summer draws to a close, Sainsbury’s reflects on what has been its biggest ever summer for strawberries. Boosted by fantastic weather and a Murray win at Wimbledon, Sainsbury’s customers have munched their way through a massive 400 million strawberries in the last three months – 40 million more than last year. That’s enough to stretch from Lands End to John O’Groats – and back again! During the summer months strawberries have consistently been the top selling product at Sainsbury’s and strong sales are expected to continue into the weekend with a further 500,000 punnets predicted to fly off the shelves. Sainsbury's has a highly-skilled team of experts to ensure its stores are fully stocked with everything its customers need. Roger Burnley, Sainsbury’s Logistics Director, added: “Our Logistics and supply chain teams are the unsung heroes of retail and really are the backbone of Sainsbury’s success. So much hard work and planning
goes into making our stores a great place to shop and it’s during a summer like this that you see the results of that." This summer hot products also include: • 2.5million bags of ice, with sales up 43% year on year. • 18million packs of sausages, with a further 450,000 packs expected to sell this weekend. • 31million bread rolls and buns • Charcoal summer sales are up 71% year on year, 45,000 charcoal/disposable BBQ’s are expected to sell this weekend • Picnicware soared 53% so far this summer • Sales of summer hats are up 53% while swimwear and lingerie have also proved popular with sales up 42% and 36% respectively.
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SUMMER is nearly over and I can’t quite believe how quick it has gone! Try to follow these five steps to a healthier lifestyle during the final summer weeks to give your body the boost it needs to move into autumn. 1. Give your diet a berry boost If you do just one thing this summer to improve your diet, have a cup of mixed fresh berries — blackberries, blueberries, or strawberries — every day. They’ll help you load up on antioxidants, which can help prevent damage to tissues and reduce the risks of age-related illnesses. Blueberries and blackberries are especially antioxidant-rich. 2. Get dirty and stress less To improve your stress level, plant a small garden, cultivate a flower box, or if space is really limited, plant a few flower pots — indoors or out. Just putting your hands in soil is “grounding.” And when life feels like you’re moving so fast your feet are barely touching the stuff, being mentally grounded can help relieve physical and mental stress. 3. Get outside to exercise Pick one outdoor activity — going on a hike, taking a nature walk, playing games such as tag with your kids, cycling, roller blading, or swimming — to shed that cooped-up feeling of gym sessions. And remember, the family
Denise Kelly that plays together not only gets fit together — it’s also a great way to create bonding time. 4. Be good to your eyes Always protect your eyes when in bright sunlight. When outdoors, wear sunglasses that block at least 99% of ultraviolet A and B rays. Sunglasses can help prevent cataracts, as well as wrinkles around the eyes. And when playing sports or doing tasks such as mowing the lawn, wear protective eyewear. Ask your doctor about the best type. 5. Good Sleep Pattern Instead pay attention to good sleep patterns by keeping the same bedtime and wake-up routine and not drinking alcohol within three hours of bedtime. It’s also a good idea to avoid naps during the day unless you take them every day at the same time, for the same amount of time. Denise Kelly is a BANT (British
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Eat your berries BERRIES are low in calories, high in vitamin C, and have four times the antioxidant activity of the majority of other fruits, ten times more than most vegetables. Berries are low on the glycemic index and won’t spike your blood sugar. Blueberries appear to protect against age-related cognitive decline and cardiovascular disease. Blackberries are in season now and delicious. You may be interested to know: Cooking berries increases the antioxidant levels over fresh berries. Heat rearranges the molecular structure of the phytonutrients, making them more available. Eat them raw or cooked, but make sure to eat them.
The strange nocturnal habits of a nation revealed Millions of us are being kept awake by the strange nocturnal habits of our other halves a new study has revealed. More than half (55%) of us have been woken by our partner sleep talking, more than a quarter (26%) from laughing and one in ten from sleep walking, according to the survey of 2,044 people by bed manufacturer Silentnight to mark the launch of its first online Sleep Clinic this Love Your Bed Week. One in 16 say their partner has tried to kiss them whilst dreaming, while a similar number have witnessed their other half raid the fridge and others have even watched their partner go into a public environment naked. It’s not just our other halves keeping us awake at night. Money worries (26%), stress (25%), noisy neighbours (25%) have all disturbed our shut eye. Almost one in ten men (8%) blame their sex life for keeping them up at night. It’s probably no surprise, therefore, that many admit to falling asleep in some strange places. A sixth have fallen asleep on public transport, one in ten in the bath, and on the toilet, whilst one in 20 have even nodded off in a pub, bar or club. Working with resident sleep expert, Dr Nerina, Silentnight is searching for ten people with everyday sleep issues to take part in a four week Sleep Clinic. Each participant will receive a personalised sleep plan from Dr Nerina, a Silentnight bed tailored to their specific sleep issue, and be asked to feedback their experiences via weekly
video diaries hosted on the Silentnight website. All of the information and sleep plans will also be available for people to follow along at home. Other findings include: • Over three quarters (79%) of us admit to experiencing personal sleep issues, including • Snoring (51%) • Excessive sweating (41%) • Sleep talking (30%) • Lack of sleep leads us to experience: • Decreased concentration levels (29%)
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Bad health (28%) Increased arguments in the home (21%) Almost one in four (18%) of people have changed their mattress to help them get a better night’s sleep. Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, Silentnight’s sleep expert and a sleep therapist at Capio Nightingale Hospital, said: “Whilst the study revealed some of our more quirky bedtime habits, it’s clear that as a nation there are many factors that are keeping us awake at night which can have a serious impact on our
day-to-day lives. “This is why I have joined forces with Silentnight to launch its first online Sleep Clinic. I will be providing personalised sleep plans for ten recruits suffering from everyday sleep issues. The Sleep Clinic is aimed at educating people across the UK that a few simple techniques can help the nation get a great night’s sleep every night.” For more information and to take part in the Silentnight Sleep Clinic visit silentnight. co.uk/sleep-clinic/
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The ‘cut off point’ - womens’ hairstyles must ‘mature’ at 46 The age of 46 has been revealed as the ‘cut off point’ for a woman’s hair – amid a realisation she can no longer keep her beloved younger style. Experts found moving closer to 50 than 40 marks the time when most women are forced to look in the mirror and make the difficult decision of a choosing a style for their older years. As a result many lose their long flowing locks in favour of shorter, more cultured styles, which are deemed a bit more in keeping with their advancing years. The study also found this to be the age when visible root regrowth, heavily bleached hair, extensions and ponytails are considered no-no’s. A spokeswoman for Nurture Replenish, which commissioned the study among 2,000 women over 40, said: “Our skin isn’t the only aspect of our appearance affected by the aging process, hair is a big giveaway. “But whether you want to embrace the grey or cover it up, it’s the condition of hair that will make the difference between gran and glam. “But it appears that as well as the condition of our hair, women are conscious of the style they have as they get older.
“Forty-six is a watershed year for many women and we are all conscious of not getting stuck in a style rut as we age. “Many women feel they need to adapt their hair as they get older as the style that suited us in our twenties may not necessarily work in our fifties, not only that but trends change with hair just as they do with makeup and clothes. “Lots of women seem to think that you should ditch the long locks and hair dye as you get older, but the main thing is your hair is nourished and healthy looking, the rest is down to personal taste.” The poll also found that once a female reaches her forties her hair lacks volume and shine, and a third said they are fighting a losing battle with the grey, which often begins at 43. One third of women said they dreaded having a hairstyle that others deemed ‘old fashioned’, or that of an elderly lady. But the results showed most women didn’t master the perfect hair-do until they got to the age of 36. But one in five of those over 40 polled now described their hair as ‘ruined’ or ‘damaged’ and a quarter said it was completely flat.
Horoscopes Aries Some people are thick skinned, you Aries can sometimes be a little thin skinned! This could be a week where misunderstanding may arise, trust me no one is out to get you, lighten up and enjoy the week, there are fun times ahead.
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30th August - 5th September
Taurus You are on a roll, last week money, this week the planets point favourably towards career opportunities. Can anything go wrong? Short answer is no, so long as you get the job offer before you hand in your notice!
Cancer You need to try to be a little more flexible this week. There could be a new job opportunity opening up but only if you are not closed to the idea of changing career pathway. Alternatively there could be the chance of a new romance if you just gave that person a chance.
Gemini Take advice by all means but where important decisions have to be made; don’t get bogged down by too much scientific analysis. This is one time when you may need to follow your instinct. Rely on your inner voice and you won’t go wrong.
Leo You will be working closely with a colleague this week; he or she may turn out to be a more important figure in your life than you at first anticipate particularly if you are young free and single. If you are not single then you may have found a good friend. Either way, your working
Nearly half of women polled confessed to spending more on their hair as they age. One third of said they think grey hair aged a woman more than lines and wrinkles, while one in five would rather their hair appeared more youthful than their skin. Only 16% of those polled said their hair was healthy, with split ends, dull hair and snapped off hair on the list of grumbles. Nearly a fifth said their hair was poor in their 40′s and 50′s because of years of colouring and styling. But 17% said it was down to just ageing. Perhaps not surprisingly, women over
40 said their hair was in its prime condition when they were in their twenties. And the poll also found women are only really happy with the way their hair looks for three days a week. Interestingly the study also found out of the seven different styles the typical woman has she regrets just two. Many of the women polled said they said they embarked on DIY hair care with 60% claiming to have cut their own fringe. Bleaching hair with lemon juice and washing hair with beer were also listed as at-home hair treatments.
relationships are well favoured.
Reach for the stars, a little clichéd but hey this is what you should be doing if you want to achieve success. Time for you to put those plans you have had on hold for some time into action.
Virgo I know you do not want to ask for help but you need it this week. A friendly word or a pat on the back from someone who knows you may be all it takes. No man, or woman, is an Island, so let your friends in. They want to help but sometimes are worried they may be seen as interfering. Libra Your financial situation could be making a turn for the better this week. I know it may have been a long time coming. This is only just the start of a new phase in your life. Continue to be cautious but optimistic and all will be well soon. Scorpio Chill out, seriously you need to do this. Take time out from your work schedule and spend it with family and friends. You need them as much as they need you this week. It will be time well spent as they will provide the emotional sustenance you need to go forward. Sagittarius
Capricorn You need to think about changing your accountant, your bank, your advisors or just opening that email or text from the bank. You need to take charge. Then and only then things will things start to get better. Aquarius There are changes coming your way and these could be big changes. Be open to new opportunities whether at work or play. You should be meeting new people this week. Remember that he or she may not appear to be your type but who knows they could turn out to be the love of your life. Pisces You are one extremely lucky person this week and I don’t mean on the lottery winning scale. But you need to listen to those whose friendship you value most. Do this and you will be saved from making a really big mistake.
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Last week’s solutions:
CRYPTIC - Across: 1 High-road; 5 Bali; 9 Slur; 10 Caravans; 11 Lists; 12 Hailing; 13 Electro-magnet; 18 Lothario; 19 Mien; 20 Pendant; 21 Banal; 22 Eats; 23 Scantily. Down: 2 Ill-will; 3 Heretic; 4 Anachronistic; 6 Arabian; 7 Insight; 8 Maxima; 13 Eclipse; 14 Extinct; 15 Tiaras; 16 Gymnast; 17 Eye-ball. QUICK - Across: 1 Artifice; 5 Stud; 9 User; 10 Invasion; 11 Steal; 12 A la mode; 13 Consideration; 18 Entrance; 19 Nest; 20 Opinion; 21 Fiery; 22 Toga; 23 Defended. Down: 2 Risotto; 3 Inroads; 4 Convalescence; 6 Tripoli; 7 Dungeon; 8 Canada; 13 Cheroot; 14 Nothing; 15 Italic; 16 Tension; 17 Observe.
Choose either quick or cryptic clues.
Codeword Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.
Last week’s solutions: 1
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1. Go after cheap rail arrangement for island group (11) 9. One who once performed as an oppressive creditor (7) 10. One wouldn’t think better of a patient who is this (5) 11. Black material for the making of a sports arena (5) 12. The star is disturbed by suggestions of blackmail (7) 13. Most pleasant Riviera resort street (6) 15. Humiliate me in the presence of the cleric (6) 18. Drug taken by Eastern female with a leading part in the play (7) 20. It physically supports nearly everything according to law (5) 22. Makes an approach? (5) 23. Part of the storm entailed considerable distress (7) 24. Ancestors to which relative pronouns refer (11)
2. About to perform and respond to a certain stimulus (5) 3. Free rides can produce small difficulties (7) 4. Equality required for one in a political faction (6) 5. One who bellows in a baser key! (5) 6. Luggage in French station will make the place look untidy (7) 7. What an assistant deck-worker will provide? (7,4) Quick Clues: 8. One spy trial Across may reveal an 1. Promotion (11) outstanding 9. Network of crossed character (11) laths (7) 14. Its fall will sometimes be 10. Pale yellow (5) followed by its call! 11. Inflate (5) (7) 12. Praise bestowed (7) 16. Blow up the shot! (7) 13. Make certain (6) 17. Get out of debt to 15. Soul (6) compose one’s 18. Deny (7) mind (6) 20. Best-known fabulist (5) 19. Something printed 22. Meaning (5) for children (5) 23. Expression of approval 21. Massive place to (7) have a fire, we hear 24. Disposition (11) (5)
15 words - average; 20 words - good; 25 words - very good; 30 or more - excellent.
2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 14. 16. 17. 19. 21.
P V Q E B O
Fill in the white squares with numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block to the number above. Numbers may be used once in each block. Last week’s solutions:
Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found.
chemistry, chesty, chyme, city, cyme, cyst, hysteric, itchy, mercy, misery, misty, mystic, myth, mythic, rhyme, rhymes, rimy, scythe, shirty, shyer, smithy, stye, stymie, they, thyme, thymic, trey, tyre, yeti.
4 3 5 8 6 6 2 7 2 4 3 5 7 1 2 8 4 9 5 1 6 8
Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.
9 4 3 6 1 7 5 3 9 2 6 2 6 9 6 5 9 7 8 4 7 3 2 6 8 5 4 7 2 4 5 1 8
S I O
Sudoku Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.
A C P D R S N I A ? E A X E
Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is D. Vindaloo, dhansak, tandoori, all Indian dishes.
Last week’s solutions:
As before (5) Airman (7) Horrific (6) Mediterranean island (5) Wandering (7) Dumbfound (11) Not tried (11) Formulated knowledge (7) Athletic ground (7) Pearl-producer (6) Soak (5) Disdain (5)
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Circlegram Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be arranged to form words on a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?
Last week’s solutions: >
From top to bottom Simple, Intermediate, Difficult
M G M O S
I I E S L
S T G T A
T I A E T
O L T T H
Last week’s solutions: Other, Tiara, Havoc, Erode, Raced.
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Savings most popular way to fund home improvements In a challenging housing market, homeowners might be expected to improve their homes rather than move. But new research from AA Financial Services shows that many are being so careful with their money that they won't make any home improvements until they have enough savings to fund the project. The research highlights that savings are by far the most popular way to pay for home improvements. The AA Financial Services findings show that one in ten are planning some changes to their home. The most popular is redecoration, which 42% say they'll do. That's followed by a new kitchen (27%), garden improvements (26%) and a new bathroom (25%). Using savings is by far the most popular way of funding a project (47%), with money from a bank account a distant second (16%). The third most popular choice is to use a credit card, which just 7% say they'll do. Mark Huggins, director of AA Financial Services said: "Although times are tough,
there are still people who want to ‘do up' their home, and of course, making some home improvements is cheaper than moving. "Although the improvements people are looking to make are considerably cheaper when compared to moving, you can never start saving too soon. Hopefully when you're ready to make some bigger changes, or move, you'll have enough put away to do so. "Even though consumers are willing to use their savings to pay for home improvements it's still a good idea to have some money set aside ‘just in case'." Mr Huggins added: "People seem to be most keen to pay with savings, which is likely because they're being cautious. If you're careful with your finances and take the time to look around you may find that there are other options available which fit your needs." The AA offers a range of financial products including credit cards and savings accounts. The Internet Extra (Issue 11) savings account is currently offering up 1.60% gross/AER variable.
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An attached house situated in a residential development within 400 yards of Rose Green schools, shops and doctors are located a little further to the East. G.F.H., u.P.V.C. d/ glazing, cloakroom, lounge, kitchen/dining room, delightful conservatory, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further bedrooms, bathroom, detached single garage and an easily maintained South West facing garden. EPC RATING: C
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An unusual detached property situated in a secluded position within 200 yards of the private beach. The very well presented property includes a spacious entrance hall, cloakrm, a living rm, good sized conservatory/dining rm, kit/breakfast rm, utility rm, gr fl bedrm with en suite bathrm, further gr fl bedrm/study, first floor bedrm with en suite shower rm, family bathrm, detached dble garage with study/office over, secluded Southerly gardens. EPC Rating: C
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Selsey take bragging rights Tuesday 27 August Sussex County Football League Div 1 Selsey 2-1 City By Chester Browton SELSEY collected their first league win of the season with a 2-1 success over Chichester. In an entertaining contest, there were numerous chances during the first-half but the score remained goalless. City’s Morgan Forry had a shot cleared off the line by Jack Bingham on 7 minutes, and 4 minutes later Joe Gromett had plenty of time to plant the ball past the stranded Sam Joyce but hit the post instead. Gromett was then foiled by Tom Broadbent who came to the rescue with the Selsey keeper beaten. Selsey had their share of chances too, with Rob Wimble’s speculative punt going close on 30 minutes and a driven shot by Ross Woolf forcing Anthony Ender to parry the ball 5 minutes before the interval.
Play settled down in the second-half, but on 59 minutes a horrendous backpass placed the ball straight in the path of Wimble and the Selsey striker made no mistake with the gift opportunity. Chichester responded well and in the 81st minute Forry broke down the left and rifled in the equaliser. But with 4 minutes remaining, City conceded a free-kick on the left which led to the winning goal. Woolf’s delivery into a crowded area took a couple of deflections, with Wimble claiming the goal although Chichester’s Luke Killner appeared to be the last player to make contact with the ball. Afterwards, winning boss Adam Hinshelwood said: “Both sides badly wanted to win and it was a hard-fought match. I thought the game was heading for a draw, but it was one of those matches where a single mistake would decide it.” With Chichester still searching for their opening victory of the season, joint-boss Sean Forry was disappointed not to get
anything out of it. “We made a couple of mistakes and were punished for them,” he said. “I don’t know what to say but perhaps a draw would have been a fair result after all the chances we had.” Selsey: Joyce, Haggar, Bingham, Heggarty, Williamson, Broadbent,
Woolf, Wood, Wimble, Bugiel, Giambelardini. Subs: Parsons, Richards. City: Ender, F Smith, Spencer, Heath, Hibbert, Case, Groom, Killner, Gromett, Blatchford, Forry. Subs: Potter, Manners.
City gun down Shots Football
Friendly Chichester City Ladies 4 – 1 Aldershot Town CHICHESTER CITY LADIES faced Aldershot Town under lights on Tuesday with a friendly which involved a total mix up of both the reserve and first teams, for players who needed a bit more pitch time before the start of the season. The game started brightly and Chichester were on the front foot from the off with the pace of Chantelle Strudwick up top causing problems for the Aldershot defence. Chichester were doing well to try and keep the ball and passing it around well considering the players don't play together on a regular basis. Jade Widdowson, in the centre of midfield, started to control the passing and it didn't take long before Strudwick was put through on goal and finished well into the bottom corner with her left foot to get her first goal in green and white. Aldershot had some good players who could pass the ball well and their forward was working hard to compete with Chichester's defence. A long range effort was saved by Lauren Bateman in the
Chichester goal and the resulting corner was eventually cleared. Aldershot were showing signs of a good, well organised team but a long range effort that went in off the bar from Widdowson made it 2-0, and Chichester were fairly comfortable until half time. After the break Chichester made some changes to their line-up and were slightly slower off the mark and Aldershot took advantage to score on the break with a great finish from range giving Hannah McNamara (who had taken over in goal) no chance and made it 2-1. It took a little while for Chichester's passing to start again but the introduction of Kally Ambler all but ended the game when she volleyed into the roof of the net after some great work from Gabi Fisher and Strudwick down Chichester's right making it 3-1. Five minutes later Ambler broke into the box and was brought down for a penalty that was superbly taken by Strudwick for her second of the game and Chichester's fourth. All players worked hard and well for each other and it was good to see that the football philosophy at the club goes through both teams.
Chichester City Ladies reserves in recent action
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