Issuu on Google+

Friday 16th November 2012

Your FREE weekly newspaper Inside: News | Sport | Fashion | Health & Beauty | Entertainment | Food & Drink | Home | TV | Business | Motors | Property

Win tickets to see Here comes the Boom Competition

Christmas Menus and Venues

First steps for youngsters

23

39

Sport

Food & Drink

18

Two more arrested Former bishop and retired priest arrested over abuse claims

Susanna Reid Reporter

news@chichesterherald.co.uk

THE CHICHESTER DIOCESE is again in the spotlight after two more church officials were arrested on suspicion of sex abuse. The Right Reverend Peter Ball, a former bishop of Lewes and Gloucester, is being held on suspicion of abusing eight boys and men in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was arrested at his home near Langport, Somerset. Retired Church of England priest Vickery House, 67, was arrested at his home near Haywards Heath, West Sussex. Sussex police said on Tuesday that Ball is suspected of committing offences during the late 1980s and early 90s, when he was Bishop of Lewes, with responsibility for most of the

parishes of East Sussex. But alleged crimes and indecent behaviour by some priests linked to the diocese involving children, young church members and trainees date back further than that. Over the last four years church officials in Chichester, as well as at Lambeth Palace, the office of the archbishop of Canterbury, and Sussex police have all been involved in trying to get a grip on abuse allegations in the area. Ball is the highest-profile church figure yet to be arrested, but the attention the scandal is likely to receive is only set to rise. Between now and next April, three separate child abuse cases against priests in the diocese of Chichester will be heard at Lewes crown court. Sussex Police said Mr Ball was later released on medical advice and officers intended to interview him at a later late. Mr House was bailed pending further

Agreement reached between Sussex Police & Chichester’s Slug and Lettuce

3

Bishop Peter Ball pictured with Prince Charles in 1992

inquiries. Police said the allegations against the two men were being dealt with separately. The arrests followed a police investigation which started when the Church of England

Evening Standard nominations for Chichester Festival Theatre

passed on two reports on the safeguarding of young people in the Chichester Diocese during the 1980s and early 1990s. The diocese includes Lewes. Continued on page 3

8

Christmas light switch on in your area

Russells Christmas shop IS NOW OPEN gifts, decorations and festive food

www.russellsgardencentre.com Find us in Birdham on the road to West Wittering beach

12


2 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Now you can enjoy getting to know all the latest Neff appliances in the most perfect environment in the country. Your local Neff MasterPartner ® Showroom has

just

been

declared

Supreme

MasterPartner ® in the MasterPartner ® Excellence Awards 2012, beating off stiff competition from other leading Neff MasterPartners throughout the UK. This prestigious and hard-won Award shows you what you can expect – brilliant Neff appliances, knowledgeable staff, and a Showroom that’s a joy to visit because all the Neff appliances are beautifully displayed and accessible to you. The high standard that makes us a nationwide Award winner makes visiting us a pleasure for you. Come soon.

THIS IS AS GOOD AS IT GETS! WINNER OF THE NEFF SUPREME MASTERPARTNER ® EXCELLENCE AWARD, AND ON YOUR DOORSTEP. NATIONWIDE WINNER OF THE SUPREME MASTERPARTNER® EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2012

SEE WHAT MAKES A WINNER. VISIT THE WINNING SHOWROOM AT WWW.NEFF.CO.UK

Sylvarna Kitchen Design Ltd Terminus Road Chichester PO19 8TX Tel: 01243 780633 www.sylvarna.co.uk


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 3

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Agreement reached between Sussex Police and Chichester's Slug and Lettuce A REVIEW hearing in relation to licence conditions at the Slug & Lettuce in Chichester will no longer go ahead following further discussions between Sussex Police and the pub's senior management team. The two parties met this week and reached a mutually acceptable agreement which means further review proceedings will not be required. Jean Irving, Sussex Police's Licensing & Public Safety Manager, said: "Sussex Police had serious concerns regarding the levels of crime and disorder associated with this premises. However, following mediation discussions we have been impressed with the positive reaction from senior management of the pre mises and no longer see the need for a review of the licence. "In consultation, the senior management team have agreed to voluntary close the premises at 8pm for the next three weekends. They must also complete and submit documentation to Chichester District Council 's Licensing Team to amend the current licence in order to increase the number of door supervisors and reduce the trading hours on the licence by one and a half hours at weekends. "Other improvements have already been

implemented, including a change in the management and the implementation of an identification scanning system which should deter potential troublemakers." Chief Inspector Rachel Bacon, Chichester's District Commander, added: "I am pleased that this agreement has been reached and we look forward to working closely with the management of these and other licensed premises to ensure Chichester district remains a safe environment for people to come and enjoy the facilities on offer." Graham Jones, Chief Operating Officer for the Slug and Lettuce, said: "The Slug

and Lettuce takes its position within the community seriously. As a result of concerns expressed by Sussex Police regarding the operation of the business, the company has worked with them to agree a mutually acceptable arrangement going forward. "New management has been put in place and operational hours have been reduced to 8pm for the next three weekends and, in addition, a new midnight closure on Fridays and Saturdays. The business will continue to be part of the local Pub Watch scheme and will further engage with any future local safety initiatives."

Local News Continued from page 1 The 80-year-old former bishop, who resigned in 1993, was arrested over allegations of sexual abuse at properties in East Sussex and elsewhere. Mr House, 67, was arrested on suspicion of two sexual offences involving two teenage boys in East Sussex, between 1981 and 1983. Det Ch Insp Carwyn Hughes of Sussex Police said: “The Church of England, including the Diocese of Chichester, are cooperating fully with police. “Although the matters referred to are still subject of police investigation, Sussex Police make it clear that the force will always take seriously any allegations of historic sexual offending and every possible step will be taken to investigate whenever appropriate. “Allegations of historic offences are treated just as seriously as any more recent offences.” The Diocese of Chichester confirmed Sussex detectives had made the two arrests on Tuesday. “These arrests relate to allegations of sexual abuse in the 1980s and 1990s. The statement said the diocese had been working closely with Sussex Police. The diocese is currently subject to a “visitation process” which includes an inquiry into its child protection policies. Three former Church of England priests from the diocese have been charged this year with sexual offences against children.

New crossing for Broyle Road… and £5000 awarded from fund BROYLE ROAD is to have a new signal controlled pedestrian crossing - an announcement made just moments after proposals to reduce the default speed limit in residential areas of Chichester to 20mph had been approved. Members of the South Chichester County Local Committee (CLC) voted in favour of the crossing installation and speed reduction at their meeting at County Hall last Tuesday (6 Nov). The speed limit decision follows a comprehensive public consultation which took place earlier this year and enabled residents of the city to give their views on the proposals. Chairman Mike Hall said: “The citywide consultation demonstrated there is an overwhelming amount of public support for this scheme. “The Committee have listened to what people had to say and we voted unanimously in favour of lowering the speed limit. “We will also be working with cycling and community groups to educate driver behaviour and engage local schoolchildren to help make Chichester a safer environment.” The Committee also passed recommendations to formally advertise modified proposals to introduce a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) in a number of areas within Chichester and amend the existing waiting restrictions within the existing city centre scheme.

Wests, West Street, Chichester PO19 1QU 01243 539637 www.westschichesterpub.co.uk wests@marstons.co.uk www.facebook.com/WestsBar.MIT

In addition, they agreed to the installation of a signal controlled pedestrian crossing on Broyle Road. The Committee also awarded more than £5,000 from its Community Initiative Fund to the following local projects: • Chichester Child Contact Centre - £1,500 towards accreditation and associated costs for a supervised contact Singleton Village Hall Management Committee - £1,500 towards Village Hall retiling costs Friends of Chartres - £900 towards one-off printmaker sessions for local school children Age Concern Southbourne & District £1,500 towards chiropody and tai-chi classes, also for renovations. The next South Chichester County Local Committee meeting will be held on Tuesday February 26 at 7pm in Committee Room 3 at County Hall, West Street, Chichester, PO19 1RQ.

TWO MAIN MEALS FOR

THE PRICE OF ONE*

at Wests Sunday to Thursday between 5pm and 9pm Offer Valid from the 4th November 2012 until the 6th December 2012. *Excludes Christmas Fayre and the £4.95 menu.

Simply fill in your details below and hand them in at Wests to redeem the offer. Name........................................................................................................................ Date of Birth.............................................................................................................. Email Address...........................................................................................................


4 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

The smokers should move round the corner CHRISTMAS GREETING I received my first “If I don’t see you before, have a lovely Christmas” this week. PHONE CALLS AND THERE’S NO-ONE THERE We had one at 3.30am this week. It’s quite haunting actually. Imagine how the elderly or housebound must feel? Surely it’s illegal to knowingly call someone to their phone with no intention of speaking. If I was a Police Commissioner I would ask the police to consider that a crime of harassment may have taken place in Chichester and investigate a prosecution. SMOKING LICENCE The latest anti-smoking scheme is to issue a smoking licence. In order to acquire one, smokers will have to take a test to show they know what smoking is all about. It’s a great idea! The business community could start up ‘smoking schools’; like driving schools, only instead of 3 point turns etc, they could teach you to smoke properly. Meanwhile you’d have to lurk around office doorways with a big red “L” plate on your back until you have done your written and practical. DRINKING LICENCE Even better. You could have an ‘advanced test’, where you have to show you can safely pay for a round with your debit card because

Tommy Boyd you’ve spent the £30 you went out with, and order a Streamline to get you home even though you can hardly speak. CHICHESTER STATION We’re lucky, our station is smart, the car parking excellent and the staff brilliant. Pity you have to run a gauntlet of smoke at the doors every time you arrive. The smokers should move round the corner to where the station has provided ash cans, but they don’t. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I genuinely don’t really want anything for Christmas. I don’t know any adults who do. Wouldn’t it be great to re-experience the buzzy rush you remember of knowing that it’s a scalextric under the tree, and it’s going to be yours in 5 days. CHICHESTER WOMAN This one was standing next to me at the

CONTACT TOMMY AT: TOMMY.BOYD@CHICHESTERHERALD.CO.UK

JOKE A man goes to a psychiatrist and says “I can’t sleep. Every night I lie down and think there’s a boogie man under the bed, and I can’t go to sleep.” The psychiatrist says, “I can cure you. It will take a year. My fee is £80 a session.” The man says “I’ll think about it.” Six months later the psychiatrist sees the man in the street and says “You didn’t come to see me. How is your problem?” The man says “I took up drinking. It cost me about half what you would charge, but I’m cured.” The psychiatrist said “I see, the anaesthetic properties of alcohol induced self-confidence and somnambulance.” The man replied “Maybe. What clinched it was I told the barman my problem and he said to cut the legs off my bed. Isn’t any boogie man under there now.”

FREE

Every Friday

Chichester Herald is a free weekly newspaper available for self-selected pick-up every Friday across Chichester and the surrounding area in a wide variety of locations with a weekly readership of up to 75,000. Distribution locations include: Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Iceland, Chichester bus station, Chichester train station, Westgate Leisure Centre, Nuffield Fitness & Wellbeing, Cineworld, newsagents, One Stop, Chichester College plus 314 newspaper stands in the area. Chichester Herald is also in all coffee shops. We also distribute at least one newspaper to the majority of businesses in your area including industrial estates and the outskirts of the city. Pick-up point areas and businesses delivered to include: Aldwick, Arundel, Barnham, Birdham, Bosham, Bracklesham, Chichester, Fontwell, Goodwood, Midhurst, Nyetimber, Pagham, Rose Green and East & West Wittering

Let us know what you think

@chiherald

FOLLOW TOMMY ON TWITTER @THETOMMYBOYD

Former Prebendal pupil wins BBC Chorister of the Year THE PREBENDAL SCHOOL’S former Head Chorister, Isaac Waddington, has won this year’s BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister of the Year competition. 13 year old Isaac sung his way to success along with 15 year old Louisa Stirland at the Grand-Final which was held on 6th November 2012 at St Martinin-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square and hosted by Aled Jones. It featured eight contestants from around the UK who each performed in front of a panel of highly acclaimed judges. Isaac, who was Head Chorister in his final year at The Prebendal, was awarded a Music Scholarship to Portsmouth Grammar School this year and currently sings in the Chamber Choir at St Thomas’s Cathedral in Portsmouth. The teenager explains how he took up singing: “When I was about six, a customer at my Dad’s boatyard heard me singing under his boat and he mentioned it to my father. Another friend of the family heard me singing when I was staying for a sleepover and she suggested my parents consider auditioning me for a choir school. We chose The Prebendal School.” “I thrived in the musical environment of the Cathedral and the school and I couldn’t have asked for more help and support. I can’t believe I have won and I feel very honoured. My life is crammed with music and I wouldn’t want it any other way!”

bank window nearest the door. “Normally” she twanged, loudly. “You only contact me because there’s too much money in my account.” Then she added “Is this the Premier customer window?” The cashier (“Number Eight Please”) replied “I’m a general cashier, although Premier customers can come to this window if it’s free.”

Tweets of the Week! All tweets are from Chichester people or about the area. (Some tweets may contain errors) @KateLassetter I heard on the grapevine that there are now #glutenfree fish and chips in #Chichester is this true? @AndysFish @lafish_chi @pelijah_ Just applied to costa and subway... I mean Chichester college @AmyGParfitt Sorry harvard, but your reference system is a pile of poo. Screw you and your commas and full stops. #assignment#mybrainhurts #tired @Andrew05100 The shock this morning when I tucked into my sausage roll only to find I’d been given bacon! You ruined my day Chichester platform 1 cafe

Follow us: @chiherald

Contact us

Information: info@chichesterherald.co.uk Managing Editor: Dean Adams (Managing Editor) dean.adams@chichesterherald.co.uk Sub-Editor: Megan Hedges (Sub-Editor) megan.hedges@chichesterherald.co.uk News, sport & entertainment: news@chichesterherald.co.uk Advertising: advertising@chichesterherald.co.uk Hannah Rason (Advertising Manager) Hannah.rason@chichesterherald.co.uk Accounts: Mark Ansell (Finance Director) accounts@chichesterherald.co.uk Photographer: Ginny Manning photo@chichesterherald.co.uk

Telephone:

01243 200999

Head office:

Suite 804, 26 The Hornet, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 7BB

www.chichesterherald.co.uk Twitter: @chiherald It really does work… the testimonials Furniture & Mirror, based in Terminus Road, say: “Whilst a couple were having a coffee in Bhs, they picked up a Chichester Herald from the stand in the café. They were in Chichester looking for furniture. Having seen our advert they came around to the showrooms and having been impressed with the quality and prices, they ordered a large selection of goods from us!

Chichester Herald is printed from 100% recycled paper. Please recycle after you have finished reading your wonderful newspaper. Printed by Iliffe Print www.iliffeprint.co.uk


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 5


6 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

LOWERY JEWELLERS PRE-CHRISTMAS

SALE Up to 40% discount on selected items

74 North Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1LQ

Tel: 01243 789518


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 7

Three assaulted in Arundel High Street Witnesses are being sought by police after three people were assaulted in Arundel on Saturday night (3 Nov). The incident happened at about 11pm in the High Street as the victims - two men and a woman - walked towards the junction with Tarrant Street. An estate car drove towards them before it stopped and a man and woman got out. The female victim was grabbed by the hair before both men were pushed to the ground. One suffered a minor injury to his head and

the other required surgery to his hand. A police spokesperson said: "We are investigating the circumstances leading up to this assault and would like to hear from anyone who saw what happened or who saw an estate car in the area shortly before it happened. "Anyone who can help police with their enquiries is asked to call 101 quoting serial 0919 of 4 November. Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."

Man jailed for Chichester burglary A 30-YEAR-OLD MAN has been jailed for three years after being found guilty of a burglary in Chichester. On Thursday (8 November) Daniel Hobden, 30, of Victoria Drive, Chichester, was found guilty at Brighton Crown Court for a house burglary at East Row, Chichester, on 19 July, 2012. The court heard that Hobden had been working as a window cleaner at flats in East Row when an occupant of a first floor flat heard a window at his property open and close and then discovered money had been taken. The victim called police and Hobden was arrested on suspicion of burglary after he was seen to attempt to discard money. After he had been found guilty the court heard that Hobden had been previously convicted of more than 12 offences of house burglary. He was sentenced to three years' imprisonment. DC David Midgley of West Sussex CID said: "This is an example of a quick-thinking homeowner assisting police to bring an offender to justice.

"The sentence handed down also shows just how seriously the courts view individuals who choose to commit crime in our homes. I believe this sentence sends out a strong deterrent to would-be burglars that if you commit crime in Sussex you will be actively pursued, arrested and prosecuted."

Bognor man charged with sex offences A BOGNOR man has been charged with 26 charges relating to indecent images of children and sexual assaults on boys. Russell Miller, 52, of Cheveley Gardens, Bognor Regis, had been arrested on the 24 July 2011 by the Paedophile Online Investigation Team (POLIT) of Sussex Police on suspicion of distributing indecent images of children over the internet. He is now jointly charged with David Alan Wood, 46, formerly of Worthing and Eastbourne, with conspiracy to cause/incite a boy under 13 to engage in sexual activity. He also faces charges of the distribution and making of indecent images of children, possession of prohibited images, possession of extreme pornography, and seven charges relating to sexual assaults on two boys under the age of 13. Those assault offences allegedly took place in 1993 and more recently between 2008 and 2010, in Bognor in all cases. David Alan Wood, 46, appeared in custody at Hove Crown Court on Friday 24 August, charged with 12 offences. The charges were

of five counts of distribution of indecent images of children, and seven counts of making indecent images of children. Wood had been arrested by POLIT detectives in August 2010. Information leading to the warrant had been received from the Child Exploitation On Line Protection Centre (CEOP). Both men appeared at Brighton Magistrates Court on Friday (9 Nov). Wood was remanded in custody and Miller was released on condtional Court bail. A Plea and Case Management Hearing is due to take place at Lewes Crown Court on 25 January 2013. A Sussex Police spokesman said: "We will always take seriously reports of alleged offending of this type, whether they come from law enforcement or the public. Anyone who has concerns or information about possible offences can contact us in confidence at any time via 101, asking for the Sussex Paedophile On Line Investigation Team."


8 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Serious assault in Selsey New Junior Wardens scheme is launched in Chichester

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after further treatment. a man was slashed across the face during a Detective Constable Andrea Watts said: dispute in Selsey in the early hours of Sunday "The victim has serious facial injuries A NEW Junior Wardens scheme 4 November. which are likely to cause permanent has been launched in Chichester. The 32-year-old victim was attacked in scarring. We are appealing for witnesses A group of children from Landseer Drive along with his friend aged to the incident and anyone who has Kingsham Primary School in 29 who was punched in the face at about information should contact Sussex Police Chichester are becoming the latest SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1 12.30am following an argument with three on 101 quoting serial 128 of 4/11." voluntary recruits to the popular men. Two men aged 28 and 26 both from scheme. The victim was taken to St Richard's Selsey have been arrested on suspicion of Equipped with new uniforms Hospital, Chichester, and moved to the causing grevious bodily harm and released and notebooks, the children will be Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth for on bail on 21 November. doing regular litter picks, reporting graffiti and damage and will get involved in community events. The reward for their hard work will be trips and fun activities. The new group has been set up by Chichester District Council Community Wardens Sue Long and Jon Logan. Steve Hansford, Assistant Director for Communities at Chichester District Council, says: “It’s so important to educate children for life, not just to be good pupils TWO Chichester Festival Theatre productions September 22. but also active citizens. That’s why we have have been shortlisted in this year’s Evening Together with independent producer launched the Junior Warden scheme at Standard Theatre Awards 2012, announced Fiery Angel, Chichester Festival Theatre Kingsham Primary School.” on Monday (12 Nov). leads the Children’s Touring Partnership. Sue Long says: “It’s fun for the children Singin’ in the Rain and Sweeney Todd are The Bristol Old Vic production of Swallows and helps them to become responsible both nominated in the Ned Sherrin Award and Amazons, presented by the National members of the community. Year 5 pupils for Best Musical category. Both productions Theatre in association with the Children's had to apply for the 10 places in writing, originally featured in Festival 2011 at Touring Partnership, has also been describing why they wanted to become Chichester before transferring to the West shortlisted in the Best Musical category. a Junior Warden. A mixture of girls and End in 2012. Singin’ in the Rain is currently The winners will be announced at a boys have been chosen, and will show the running at the Palace Theatre, while Sweeney ceremony at the Savoy Hotel, London, on other children in the school what they are Todd played at the Adelphi Theatre until November 25. doing and encourage them to support their SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1 SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1

Evening Standard nominations for Chichester Festival Theatre

Members of the new Junior Wardens scheme at Kingsham Primary School in Chichester.

work.” The first Junior Wardens scheme in the Chichester District was set up by Sue in Tangmere in 2006. The scheme is aimed at encouraging children to become more involved in their community and take pride in the environment in which they live. Over 70 young people have joined the Junior Warden scheme in Tangmere since then. Sue adds: “By giving them the chance to be Junior Wardens they will know what they are doing is important and valued. They can also pass on the message that vandalism, graffiti and litter is not clever, but a real nuisance for everyone. Best of all Junior Wardens are role models and are helping to show that most young people are good citizens.”

10-15% RETURN ON INVESTMENT (TAX FREE) BETTER THAN ANY SAVINGS ACCOUNT

CELEBRATING 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

10-15% RETURN ON INVESTMENT (TAX FREE) BETTER THAN ANY 10% RETURN ON INVESTMENT SAVINGS ACCOUNT EVEN WITH LATEST FEED IN TARIFF CHANGES

EN E R G O G IT PAYS TO Protect against energy price increases Guaranteed payments for 20 years Payments increased in line with inflation

Reliable Local Company’ Good honest advice - No hard sell Competitive prices All types of Electrical Work undertaken

10-15% RETURN ON INVESTMENT CELEBRATING 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY 2KW SYSTEMS INSTALLED FROM £3500!! (TAX FREE) BETTER THAN ANY SAVINGS ACCOUNT PROTECT AGAINST FURTHER ENERGY PRICE INCREASES

n n n n n n

O GREEN Gincreases Protect against energy price O T S Y A P IT Guaranteed payments for 25 years Payments increase in line with inflation Reduce your carbon emissions Good honest advice - No hard sell Competitive prices

CALL FOR A NO OBLIGATION QUOTE:

01243 787151 671255

CELEBRATING 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY www.sdelectricalservicesltd.co.uk


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 9


10 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

MP meets with Minister to discuss flood defences

• Floods Minister agrees to visit West Wittering coastal defences CHICHESTER MP Andrew Tyrie first wrote to Flood Defences Minister Richard Benyon in 2010, putting forward a number of ideas about the funding and management of flood and coastal defence schemes. The meeting was held to see if any progress had been made on these suggestions. The main focus of the discussion was how to encourage local communities and businesses to find workable solutions to flood and coastal problems. As part of these discussions, Andrew Tyrie asked the Minister what the Government was doing to reduce the regulatory burden on flood management schemes. He also stressed that public bodies, such as the Environmental Agency, should have proper regard for the social and economic consequences of their decisions, rather than focussing exclusively on environmental considerations. Earlier this year, Andrew Tyrie visited the site of flood defence work at West Wittering, which is a very good example of local communities coming together to fund sea defences. The local community managed to raise £600,000 to help the much-needed works. Once completed, the scheme will help to protect around 55 properties, as well as a school, from coastal flooding. The Government expects to spend at least £2.17 billion on flooding and coastal

The coastline at Wittering

erosion over the next four years. It is thought that this money will help to deliver better protection to 145,000 households by March 2015. Andrew Tyrie, MP for Chichester, said: “I’ve been making suggestions to the Minister to improve flood defence decision-making and schemes for the past two and a half

years.” “Some progress had already been made before the meeting. We are now making more. If the Government acts on these suggestions then it will help my constituents and, hopefully in the process, the whole of the country’s coastline. “The Minister has also agreed to come

Total Waste Solutions 5 Great Reasons to call TJ Waste & Recycling Competitive Rates, Fast, Reliable Service All Waste Streams Dealt With Specialists in All Aspects of Waste Management A Local Company That Cares About Our Customers

Materials Recovery and Recycling Facility in Yapton Address: Hanger 8 Northwood Farm, Burndell Road,

West Sussex. BN18 OHR

CALL NOW on

01243 624045

www.tj-waste.co.uk

down to West Wittering and view our coastal defences in the near future.” Richard Benyon, Flood Defences Minister, said: “We are working flat out to protect as many properties as possible with the £2.17 billion we are spending on flood defences. “We are being as flexible as we can to protect as many schemes as possible.”

O 1st penin Oct g obe r


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 11

CLOSING DOWN FOREVER

GRAND SALE! £675,000 FURNITURE & RUGS FOR IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL!

Now, I have taken the decision to close down the North Street shop and retire from furniture retailing and focus on my other business interests. We must clear the entire stock without delay and so will hold the greatest furniture and rug sale ever seen in the area. The store is presently closed while we reduce prices and prepare the displays for the launch of our £675,000 CLOSING DOWN FOREVER GRAND SALE. We must urgently sell all our furniture, rugs & accessories including: Dining tables & chairs, wall units, sideboards, accent chairs, robes, chests, bedframes, bookcases, coffee tables, pictures, mirrors, lamps, objet d'art, rugs (traditional, contemporary & modern designs) including hand woven rugs & runners. Absolutely Everything Must Be Sold Out a.s.a.p! EVERY SINGLE PRICE WILL BE DRASTICALLY REDUCED! THIS IS OUR BIGGEST SALE EVER! ALL GOODS WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED FOR SALE ON A FIRST CLAIM BASIS. EVERYTHING …INCLUDING NEW FACTORY ORDERS…WILL BE AVAILABLE TO YOU WITH BIGGER SAVINGS THAN EVER IN OUR HISTORY!

MASSIVE PUBLIC SALE THIS FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY! UP TO

JUST A SAMPLE OF WHAT’S ON OFFER IN THE STORE ... COUNTRY STYLE

QUEBEC

SHAKER RANGE

SARUK

BOKHARA

SATIN OAK

3 DOOR SIDEBOARD WITH DRAWER 5’3’’ WIDE SOLID OILED OAK

SLIM JIM BOOKCASE WITH

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN RUG 324 X 211 CM 1 00% WOOL PILE

HAND WOVEN RUG 100% WOOL PILE 247 X 155 CM

NOW £395

WAS £985

NOW £399

WAS £799

NOW £285

WAS £14780 NOW £4895

WAS £949

NOW £385

CHINESE

OPULENT

GALLERY

SILK COLLECTION

RUSTIC

SILK EFFECT RUG

MODERN RUNNER

SHAGGY PILE RUG

6FT X 4FT

67 X 230 CM

230 X 160 CM

2 DOOR ALL HANGING WARDROBE IN SATIN OAK 3’8’’ WIDE

WAS £329

WAS £119

WAS £345

WAS £599

BALMORAL

EXTENDING TABLE WITH 2 LEAVES – 6FT EXTS TO 9FT + 6 ALL LEATHER CHAIRS SOLID CHARACTER OAK

PLUS 4 CHAIRS IN SOLID

WAS £1698

WAS £899

NOW £675 KARAJA

OFF

DINING TABLE 4FT X 3FT

HAND WOVEN PERSIAN RUG 100% WOOL 312 X 70 CM

AUBUSSON DESIGN HANDTUFTED & CARVED RUG 100% WOOL 290 X 229 CM

WAS £879

WAS £899

DRAWER IN SOLID OAK 6���3’’ X 1’1’’ WIDE

NOW £295

NOW £385

NOW £99

NOW £45

NOW £99

DEVONSHIRE PINE

COUNTRY RANGE

QUEBEC

CHUNKY FARMHOUSE

HAMPSHIRE

2 OVER 3 CHEST OF

BEDSIDE LAMP TABLE WITH

COFFEE TABLE IN

DRAWERS PAINTED PIN

DRAWER IN SOLID OAK

CHARACTER OAK ANDMADE

BRITISH MADE 92 CM

CHERRY FINISH

MEDIA UNIT WITH DRAWER 97 CM WIDE SOLID OAK

IN OVING 3’11’’ WIDE

IN SOLID SATIN OAK

LAMPS, MIRRORS, CLOCKS, BEDSPREADS & ACCESSORIES

WAS £329

WAS £298

WAS £599

WAS £699

WAS £259

PRICED

NOW £125

TO CLEAR

NOW £145

NOW £75

NOW £185

NOW £285

NEST OF TABLES

NOW £285 ALL

SPECIAL EVENT HOURS

28 NORTH STREET, CHICHESTER, PO19 1LX TEL:01243 776811 All offers correct at time of going to press and subject to availability.

E & OE.

Friday Nov 16th....10 - 6 Sat’day Nov 17th ..10- 6 Sunday Nov 18th ...11 - 4 Ample Local Parking © GR 2012


12 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Covers launch Great British Bag-athon!

THE MAYOR of Chichester, Councillor Anne Scicluna, officially launched Covers Timber & Builders Merchants’ Great British Bag-athon event on Monday 12thNovember by being the first person to donate a bag of unwanted items to British Heart Foundation (BHF) Shops campaign. The Great British Bag-athon at Covers is asking the local community to pull together and challenging them to raise as many bags of lovely things as possible, which will then go on to be sold in local BHF Shops helping the fight against heart disease. Bags of clothing, toys, accessories, shoes, CDs, DVDs, books, toys etc can be taken to the drop off point in Covers until Monday 31st December. Alan Course, Chichester Branch Manager at Covers, said: “It’s wonderful to see people in the local community getting involved in the campaign. Whether groups are getting together to donate 5, 10, or 20 bags, or individuals are donating just one bag, it’s all extremely gratefully received and will help the BHF to continue its life saving work.”

Christmas light switch on in your area TO HELP get everyone in the festive spirit, we’ve got a roundup of the Christmas lights switch on events in the Chichester District. Chichester Chichester will be turned into a winter wonderland, with activities taking place right through until Christmas. It starts with the Christmas lights being switched on at 7pm on Saturday 24 November from West Street (cathedral). The switch on will be followed by a grand firework display in West Street. East and South Streets will be closed to traffic from 4pm-8pm. There will be street entertainment throughout the day, including performances from bands and choirs. Shops will be opening late, until 8pm and a Christmas shop window competition has also been arranged. For more information, please go to www. chichesterbid.co.uk The free park and ride service operated by Chichester District Council will operate until 8pm on this day. Midhurst Midhurst Town Council's annual Christmas Street Party Friday 7 December, 6-9pm The annual Christmas Street Party will take place between 6pm and 9pm in Church Hill / Red Lion Street. There will also be a Christmas Market in the Spread Eagle's Jacobean Hall to tie in with late night shopping and the Town Council's Street Party. Petworth

A whole range of activities has been organised to celebrate the switching on of the Christmas lights in Petworth on Saturday 1 December. From 11am there will be stalls in the Leconfield Hall, Market Square, and Lombard Street. There will also be Christmas Tree Festivities in the United Reformed Church and a children's fun fair. Music will start in Golden Square at 4pm. There will also be a magician and juggler. From 5pm children can visit Father Christmas in his grotto and the lights will be switched on at 6.30pm by Lord Egremont and his granddaughter Esme. Spirit FM will also be on hand to get the

crowds into the festive spirit. Shops will be open late and a 'live' window competition will be taking place with awards to the winners in the evening. Christmas Carols will be performed by Petworth Town Band, St Mary's Church Choir, and other choirs. There will also be mince pies and mulled wine courtesy of the Co-operative. For more information, please contact Petworth Town Council. Selsey Selsey will be holding an event on Saturday 1 December, with the lights being switched on at 6pm. Find out more by contacting Selsey Town Council.

Baggy all the way

New intiative to cut down on cycle thefts launched in West Sussex

I ADORE baggy jumpers. I swear they go with almost everything. I have about 5 in different colours. First of all, let me establish something. I am very comfortable with my figure. I don’t feel the need to wear things to cover myself up. If I was in the mood I could wear something skanky and parade around town in it, and wouldn’t really consider how my body looked, except maybe to bring a cardigan because it would be freezing. I wear what I wear because I like my clothes. Some days l look like a walking woollen toy with all my winter gear on and sometimes I just wear a dress. It’s the same with hundreds of girls – whatever mood we’re in, we go with the vibe and dress for the day. But recently I overheard (because I am nosy) a woman talking about how her boyfriend told her to stop wearing cardigans because they covered up her nice figure. It was quite awkward actually because I was wearing a massive green jumper thing and I saw her turn round and give me the Uncomfortable Eye. Seriously though. With all the rank clothing that boys come up with that we’re expected to swoon over, do they actually want us to stop being comfortable just because they want some nice stick figures to look at? Frankly they overestimate the care that girls take to get their attention.

A NEW initiative is being launched in West Sussex in an attempt to reduce the number of pedal cycle thefts in town centres and other hot spot areas across the county. Operation Velo is a new way of marking and registering bikes, and Sussex Police will be hosting free events at advertised locations where officers will be on hand to mark, register and offer advice about the best way to secure cycles. Sgt Chris Pipkin, who has set up the initiative, said: "The operation will initially take place across Chichester, Bognor, Littlehampton and Worthing & Adur districts. "Each bicycle will be given a unique marking - which is permanent and indelible - and the owner's details will be registered on a national database, much like that which is used for cars and motorbikes. Officers will be able to check within minutes if a bicycle is stolen or in the wrong hands." The new system will enable officers to stop a cyclist at the side of the road and check for a unique mark. A call to the control room, or by connecting to www. bikeregister.com, will allow them to check the status of a bike as well as the details of the person registered to it. "The aim is that potential thieves will be put off from stealing in the first place, knowing that they are more likely to get

Mia Edwards What about all of their trends? Boys, do I tell you that I miss your lovely hair when you wear a ridiculous cap with ‘OBEY’ written on it? No, I kindly look at you, then calmly walk away and only mock you when you can’t hear me. This is why girls are the more generous gender. There seems to be this expectation that girls only wear the clothes that they do to get guys. Well that assumption is just as pathetic as when boys decide to only do up the top buttons of their shirts (seriously stop doing that). But if you are a boy out there and you choose to ignore my fashion tips then I respect the fact that you don’t just wear stuff to impress other people. Just saying though, scrap the Superdry hoodies. The world has enough of them. Let us know what you think

@chiherald

stopped and the bicycle will be traceable back to the owner," added Sgt Pipkin. "Officers will also be able to reunite more people with their lost or stolen bicycles as they will be registered on the database. "Cyclists will be able to come along to the events and speak to the team about registering their bicycle and to get advice about different types of locks as well as where to leave their bicycle and - more importantly - where not to leave it." The public will be able to find out about events by following Sussex Police's Operation Velo on Facebook and via Twitter on @sussex_police. The events will also be publicised in the local media.


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 13

Health Chichester Hospital. We are pleased to be offering FREE talks to the general public commencing the week of the 26th November. Place: Nuffield Health Chichester Hospital, 78 Broyle Road, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 6WB

26th November

19:00

Mr Mike Moss, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Made to Measure - State of the art knee surgery

27th November

19:00

Mr Richard Hill, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Orthopaedic Surgery – Enhanced Recovery Programme

29th November

19:00

Mr Lee Taylor, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon What do you need to know about hip replacements?

To book, or for more information please call 0808 1158537 or visit www.nuffieldhealth.com/chichesterhospital hip surgery | shoulder treatments | knee surgery | foot & ankle surgery | hand surgery


14 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Students put on show of support

Fashion students proudly show off their work

THERE ARE LOTS of brilliant charity events being held all the time these days, but Friday night was something really special at Chichester College. DENISE KELLY went to find out. THE FIRST YEAR fashion students proudly presented their winter 2012 fashion show and I have to say it was massively impressive. The standard of creativity and stunning outfits that filled the catwalk was a feast for your eyes.

Very professionally done with music, lighting and an audience to please, it was all in aid of Barnardos Charity and they named it an ‘Exquisite Corpse Collection’ for everyone to enjoy - and we did just that. I met Georgina Hooper who not only organised the whole event, but also runs five different fashion courses at Chichester College and is in her third year of teaching Fashion there. She described her students this year as fearless, motivated and experimental!

They had just seven weeks to prepare for this project, and within this time they had no more than 100 hours to achieve this very high standard. This lady is obviously very passionate about her job and cares deeply about her students’ progress. George talks openly about the success of previous students going on to achieve great things at the London College of fashion, the University of Westminster, Central St Martins College of Fashion and Design, and Winchester School

of Arts. She told me most of the students are aged between 16 and 20 and they completely exceeded expectations for this task. It all came about one day because of a visit from Martin Pitman from Barnados, who came to the college and gave a very emotional and moving talk about the work Barnardos is involved with. From that moment on, each and every student made a personal commitment to help the only way they could through their creativity and imagination. Barnados run over 800 UK projects that transform the lives of more than 200,000 children and young people every year. Their work includes fostering and adoption, helping children break free from sexual exploitation, supporting young carers and helping children living in poverty. The idea was that Chichester College students teamed up with Barnados for this project under the umbrella of their ‘design for life’ Project, and they kindly donated them their ‘Rags’. These ‘Rags’ are the clothes that have not been sold after their life cycle on the shop floor. The students then deconstructed these to re-design their own creative visions and designs into the shape of a garment. They designed both men’s and women’s wear and along the way added beads, dye, zips, Velcro, glitter, motivation, enthusiasm and creativity! The money was raised through ticket sales to family and friends and they raised just under £600 for this very worthwhile charity and had loads of fun in the process!

Cat and Kitten Homing Day Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre

Good News: Finley, Lyra, black and white kittens KM40, 42, KF41-12, black KM49 and grey KM50-12 kittens, Alley’s last 3 ginger kittens have homes. THE NEXT Cat Homing Day when you can come along and look at the cats and kittens and reserve your selection is on Saturday 24th November from 12 noon - 2 pm. All reservations are subject to a successful home visit which will normally occur within a couple of days. Otherwise, please ring The Rescue and they can organize the pre home visit. Selected Cats still waiting for a home • Hollie is a friendly 1 year old neutered ginger female who came into rescue in June with two kittens who were just 2 days old. She is now ready to leave rescue for a home on her own. Her male ginger kittens are now 5

months old and have been neutered ready to leave for a home together. • Playful, cute 16 week black and white kitten (who featured in a photo last week) needs a home quickly as his mother Lyra has been rehomed. • Wesley is a friendly 2 year old female Tabby who came into rescue in May as her owners were moving. • Josie is a 2 year old friendly short haired brindle torty who came into rescue before her kittens were born as her owner was moving. She has been neutered and is ready for rehoming. . • KM62-12 is a black and white friendly male, and KF63-12 is a black and white female kitten. Both 7 months old, neutered, playful, and very friendly. The Rescue asks for a minimum donation of £45 for each cat or kitten which includes vaccination, microchipping, and neutering. Free vet insurance for 4 weeks is provided. A younger un-neutered kitten is £70 and a voucher for neutering at The Rescue is supplied. The usual Cat and Rabbit Rescue

Can you rehome Hollie (left) and/or her kittens (above)?

Adoption Terms and Conditions apply. Visits are strictly by appointment, Tel: 01243 641409.

Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Holborow Lodge, Chalder Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, PO20 7RJ. www.crrc.co.uk


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 15

Quality UK & Continental Coach & Air Tours NOVEMBER 2012 ..............................................date duration Spirit of Christmas at Chatsworth ......................................................13 Nov ........4 days Thursford Spectacular........................................................................13/28 Nov ..4 days Bath & The Christmas Markets ..........................................................23 Nov ........4 days Paris – City of Light ..........................................................................26 Nov ........4 days Norwegian Coastal Voyage (by Air)....................................................30 Nov ........11nts DECEMBER 2012 ..............................................date duration Austrian Christmas Markets & Munich ..............................................01 Dec ........7 days Trier, Bernkastel & Cochem Christmas Markets ..................................02 Dec ........4 days Valkenburg, Maastricht & Aachen Christmas Markets........................03 Dec ........4 days Antwerp, Brussels & Bruges Christmas Markets ................................07 Dec ........4 days Canaries Christmas Cruise ................................................................20 Dec..........16nts Christmas in The Austrian Tyrol ..........................................................21 Dec ........8 days Christmas in Switzerland ..................................................................21 Dec ........8 days Rhineland Christmas..........................................................................22 Dec ......6 days Christmas in The Netherlands ..........................................................23 Dec ........5 days Stratford Manor Christmas ................................................................23 Dec ........5 days Billesley Manor Christmas ................................................................23 Dec ........5 days Avisford Park Christmas ....................................................................23 Dec ........5 days Devonshire Christmas ........................................................................23 Dec ........5 days Lygon Arms Christmas ......................................................................24 Dec ........4 days New Year at Chesford Grange ............................................................30 Dec ........4 days JANUARY 2013 ................................................date duration Arctic Highlights (by Air) ..................................................................29 Jan ..........5nts MARCH 2013 ....................................................date duration London Theatre Break ......................................................................06 March ....2 days Paris Afloat ........................................................................................08 March ....4 days Tyrolean Winter Wonderland ............................................................15 March ....8 days Lakes & Dales – Newcomers ..............................................................18 March ....5 days Isles of Scilly (by Air) ........................................................................21 March ......6nts Ironbridge Easter ..............................................................................28 March ....5 days Heart of England Easter ....................................................................28 March ....5 days Easter Trains, Trams & Waterways ....................................................29 March ....5 days APRIL 2013 ......................................................date duration Springtime in Guernsey (by Air) ........................................................08 April ........7nts Inside the Magic Circle ......................................................................14 April ......2 days Dutch Tulip River Cruise ....................................................................14 April ......5 days Great Little Trains of Wales ................................................................18 April ......5 days Keukenhof & Dutch Flower Parade ....................................................19 April ......4 days Malvern Hills & Welsh Borders ..........................................................21 April ......5 days ‘Little Switzerland’ & Springtime in Vianden ....................................22 April ......5 days Tenby & Pembrokeshire ....................................................................29 April ......5 days MAY 2013 ..........................................................date duration Scottish Highlands & Wester Ross......................................................01 May........9 days Cruising & Constable Country ............................................................04 May ..........5nts Bristol & Bath Weekend ....................................................................03 May........4 days Norwegian Coastal Voyage (by Air)....................................................11 May ........11nts Waterways of North Wales & Cheshire ..............................................12 May ......5 days County Durham ................................................................................19 May ......6 days Alsace Vines & Champagne Bubbles ..................................................25 May ......7 days Wessex & Hardy Country ..................................................................26 May ......5 days Bergen & The Western Fjords ............................................................27 May ....11 days Norfolk & The Broads ........................................................................27 May ......5 days Holker Garden Festival & The Lakes....................................................30 May ......5 days JUNE 2013 ........................................................date duration Jersey (by Air)....................................................................................02 June ........7nts Oban & The Isle of Skye ....................................................................06 June ......9 days Magical Mayo & Connemara Coast ....................................................09 June ......7 days Wildlife of Scotland ..........................................................................10 June ......7 days Crete (by Air) ....................................................................................11 June ........7nts Brittany, Jersey & Mont St Michel ....................................................12 June ......6 days Bournemouth ..................................................................................16 June ......5 days Rhine, Wine & The Moselle Valley ......................................................16 June ......5 days Yorkshire Dales & Herriot Country......................................................16 June ......6 days Isle of Man ........................................................................................19 June ......7 days Dales, Trains & Hadrian’s Wall ..........................................................26 June ......6 days Northumberland & The Lindisfarne Gospels ......................................30 June ......8 days JULY 2013 ..........................................................date duration Douro River Cruise (by Air) ................................................................01 July ..........7nts Scandinavia Explorer ........................................................................02 July ........7 days Somerset & The Torbay Express..........................................................05 July ........4 days Ypres, Passchendaele & Memories of WWI ......................................08 July ........4 days Vines & Railway Lines ......................................................................15 July ........5 days

Landscapes of Wales..........................................................................19 July ........7 days The Paznaun Valley & Austrian Tyrol ..................................................21 July ........9 days Derbyshire & The Potteries ................................................................21 July ........6 days Heart of Scotland ..............................................................................27 July ........8 days All’s Well That Ends Well ....................................................................28 July ........5 days AUGUST 2013 ....................................................date duration Disneyland Paris ..............................................................................01 Aug ......4 days Scotland by Steam ............................................................................06 Aug ........7 days Edinburgh Tattoo & The Borders ........................................................11 Aug ........6 days Southport Flower Show ....................................................................12 Aug ........6 days Crystal Waters of The Italian Lakes ....................................................17 Aug ........9 days Beautiful Bath & Somerset ................................................................18 Aug ........5 days Cardiff & The Brecon Beacons ............................................................18 Aug ........5 days Cruising the Seine..............................................................................18 Aug ........7 days Hanswijk Cavalcade & Glorious Ghent................................................24 Aug ........4 days Chester & The Wirral ..........................................................................25 Aug ........6 days Montreaux & The Golden Pass Train ..................................................26 Aug ........8 days Weymouth & The Dorset Steam Fair ..................................................30 Aug ........4 days SEPTEMBER 2013 ..............................................date duration A Tale of Two Cities ............................................................................01 Sept ......7 days Longleat & Downton Abbey ..............................................................01 Sept ......4 days Killarney & The Ring of Kerry ............................................................04 Sept ......7 days Cruising Holland & The Rhine ............................................................09 Sept ......8 days Waterways of North Wales & Cheshire ..............................................15 Sept ......5 days Bournemouth ..................................................................................15 Sept ......5 days Cantabria & The Picos de Europa ......................................................15 Sept ....10 days Blackpool Illuminations & Lake Windermere ....................................17 Sept ......4 days Perthshire & Scottish Castles ............................................................22 Sept ......8 days Middle England Weekend..................................................................27 Sept ......4 days Malvern Hills & Welsh Borders ..........................................................29 Sept ......5 days Tenby & Pembrokeshire ....................................................................30 Sept ......5 days Madeira (by Air) ................................................................................30 Sept ..........7nts OCTOBER 2013 ..................................................date duration Breathtaking Bruges & The Flemish Coast..........................................04 Oct ........4 days The Black Forest ................................................................................05 Oct ........7 days County Durham ................................................................................06 Oct ........6 days Amalfi Coast (by Air) ........................................................................07 Oct ............6nts Mystery Tour ....................................................................................13 Oct ........3 days Norfolk & The Broads ........................................................................14 Oct ........5 days Mediterranean Cruise & Lake Garda ..................................................14 Oct ..........15nts Isles of Scilly (by Air) ........................................................................18 Oct ............5nts Mediterranean Cruise & The Dolomites..............................................20 Oct ..........16nts NOVEMBER 2013 ..............................................date duration Spectacular South Africa (by Air) ......................................................07 Nov..........13nts MAY 2014 ..........................................................date duration Canadian Rockies (by Air) ..................................................................May 2014 ....10nts

Holidays Available to all BUT with NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT NOVEMBER 2012 ..............................................dateduration Warner’s Dickensian Christmas ..........................................................12 Nov ........5 days Tinsel & Turkey in Sidmouth ............................................................16 Nov ........4 days Thursford Spectacular ......................................................................18 Nov ........4 days Warners Tinsel & Turkey at Cricket St Thomas ....................................19 Nov ........5 days Turkey & Tinsel in Weymouth ............................................................30 Nov ........4 days DECEMBER 2012 ..............................................dateduration Cotswolds Christmas..........................................................................23 Dec ........5 days Tiverton Christmas ............................................................................23 Dec ........5 days A Wight Christmas ............................................................................23 Dec ........6 days Warner’s Christmas – Isle of Wight ....................................................23 Dec ........6 days The Queens at Christmas ..................................................................23 Dec ........6 days Hampshire Christmas ........................................................................24 Dec ........5 days Norton Park Christmas ......................................................................24 Dec ........5 days FEBRUARY 2013 ................................................dateduration Scarborough Winter Warmer ............................................................25 Feb ........5 days MARCH 2013 ....................................................date duration Mystery Tour......................................................................................10 March ....2 days

www.woodstravel.co.uk Park Road, Bognor Regis PO21 2PX

Saunton Sands & North Devon ..........................................................11 March ....5 days Sidmouth, Seaton & Dartmoor ..........................................................17 March ....5 days Cornish Explorer ................................................................................21 March ....7 days Isle of Wight Getaway........................................................................24 March ....2 days Cotswolds Easter ..............................................................................28 March ....5 days APRIL 2013 ........................................................date duration Touch of Class in Torquay ..................................................................01 April ......5 days Springtime in Guernsey (by Air) ........................................................08 April ........7nts Cotwolds Blossom Trail ....................................................................14 April ......5 days Dublin Trains & Gardens ..................................................................21 April ......6 days Manchester Ship Canal & Ribble Valley..............................................25 April ......5 days MAY 2013 ..........................................................date duration Sidmouth, Seaton & Dartmoor ..........................................................06 May ......6 days Sidmouth - Touch of Class ................................................................06 May ......5 days Warner’s & Malvern Spring Show ......................................................06 May ......5 days Mystery Tour ....................................................................................11 May ......3 days May Gardens of Cornwall ..................................................................16 May ......8 days Dam Busters at The Petwood Hotel....................................................20 May ......4 days JUNE 2013 ........................................................date duration The Lake District ................................................................................02 June ......6 days Isle of Wight ......................................................................................03 June ......6 days North Devon Explorer ........................................................................09 June ......6 days Falmouth ..........................................................................................23 June ......6 days Cathedrals & Colleges ......................................................................23 June ......5 days JULY 2013 ..........................................................date duration Tyntesfield & Warner’s Littlecote House ............................................01 July ........5 days Constable Country & East Anglia ......................................................07 July ........5 days Sandringham & The Lavender Fields – Newcomers ..........................12 July ........5 days Warner’s Bodelwyddan Castle ..........................................................15 July ........5 days Warner’s Alvaston Hall ......................................................................15 July ........5 days Brontës & Last of the Summer Wine ................................................15 July ........5 days Royal International Air Tattoo ..........................................................20 July ........4 days Scarborough Spa Express ..................................................................29 July ........5 days AUGUST 2013 ....................................................date duration Torquay & Gardens of Devon..............................................................04 Aug ......6 days Mystery Tour ....................................................................................04 Aug ........2 days Chatsworth & Warner’s Thoresby Hall ................................................05 Aug ........5 days Liverpool & Manchester ....................................................................12 Aug ........5 days Doc Martin & The Cornish Coast ........................................................19 Aug ........6 days Buxton & The Peak District ................................................................26 Aug ........5 days SEPTEMBER 2013 ..............................................date duration Sidmouth, Seaton & Dartmoor ..........................................................02 Sept ......6 days Manchester Ship Canal & Ribble Valley..............................................05 Sept ......5 days North Devon Explorer ........................................................................08 Sept ......6 days Ludlow, Shropshire & Ironbridge ......................................................09 Sept ......5 days Harrogate Flower Show & Yorkshire Moors ........................................09 Sept ......8 days The Lake District ................................................................................22 Sept ......6 days Falmouth ..........................................................................................22 Sept ......6 days North Wales & The Isle of Anglesey ..................................................29 Sept ......5 days OCTOBER 2013 ..................................................date duration Warner’s Isle of Wight ......................................................................07 Oct ........5 days Cornish Explorer ................................................................................18 Oct ........6 days


16 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Business

Follow us on Twitter

Volunteers Eleven ELEVEN volunteers from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) gave up two days of their time to volunteer and support local charity, the Aldingbourne Trust. Keen and motivated volunteers spent the two days clearing a large area of overgrown woodland adjacent to the Country Centre’s unique grass roof bothy situated within the woodland walk. In addition to this, DWP volunteers worked hard at repairing cracks in the Bothy walls both inside and out, where the structure had dropped over time. The Bothy was originally built by Ben Law, who appeared on Channel 4’s Grand Designs, best known for building his own house using natural local wood, which the Bothy was built using these same principles. Future plans include a possible extension to the Bothy made from straw bale construction. Country Centre manager Simon Hutchins was amazed at how much work DWP have achieved and said: "I never expected the group to finish clearing the woodland area and make repairs to the Bothy, they have done a brilliant job!" Scott Bell the Aldingbourne Trust's Volunteer coordinator said: "We have a good relationship with a number of corporate

@chiherald

The group picture shows some of the volunteers from DWP outside the Bothy. They are (L-R) Steve Hackett, Chris Barnes, Janice Ellis, Leanne Farr and Mark Farer

bodies but we have an especially close one with the Department for Work and Pensions through their Community 10,000 staff volunteering Programme. This is the third time that a group of volunteers from the DWP have worked with the Trust in the last year and we are grateful for their staff's help and

assistance.” The group from DWP took the opportunity of looking around the Country Centre and saw first hand how staff and volunteers encourage adults with learning disabilities to learn and develop a wide range of skills by offering a variety of social enterprises to learn within,

such as wood recycling, catering, retail and many more. For more information on the Aldingbourne Trust or if you’re interested in becoming a volunteer please contact Scott Bell on 0784632593 or visit www.aldingbournetrust. co.uk

Tatty Teddy raises more than Robbie Williams in Auction for Children with Cancer... SATURDAY NIGHT saw Tatty Teddy on top form as he raised £14,000 for an extremely worthwhile cause, Children with Cancer. This amazing event, held at the Great Room, The Dorchester Hotel, Park Lane, was a great success with auction prizes raising in excess of £180,000. As Tatty Teddy brushed shoulders with celebrities such as Theo Pathetis, James Martin, Tessa Sanderson, Lorraine Chase, Bobby Davro, Chris Eubank and Russ Abbot , the true reason for being there, to raise funds to find a cure for children’s cancer and provide support for those families going through such tragic times, meant that people reached deep into their pockets. The most popular prize on the evening was an afternoon with Tatty Teddy and Steve Mort-Hill, the talented artist behind the Me to You brand, with a magical pre-Christmas visit to the winning child’s school or hospital. The recipient and their class will also receive an exclusive piece of hand drawn artwork, a personally signed card, commemorative photo with Tatty Teddy and a Christmas Stocking packed full of Me to You Goodies. Jeff Banks, who did an amazing job running the auction, ensured that the Tatty Teddy prize raised a whopping £14,000, even more than that of tickets to see The Royal Variety Performance, with back stage passes to meet celebrities such as Robbie Williams, Michael McIntrye and David Walliams. Stephen Haines, Chairman and Founder of Chichester based Carte Blanche Group, was

there to duo with Jeff Banks in auctioning the prize and afterwards commented: "Many of the prizes auctioned were donated back to the families with children with cancer and we hope that the Tatty Teddy prize will also do just that. We’re thrilled that Tatty Teddy helped to raise so much money and my sincere thanks go out to the final bidder. The entire evening has raised a lot of money, for a fabulous charity and.... we've all had a great time. Perfect!”


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 17

Chichester Business

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Special qualities of South Downs National Park key to future economy says new report

THE FIRST ever report into the state of the South Downs National Park reveals its potential to underpin a more sustainable and resilient economy by building jobs and communities based on its stunning landscapes and the qualities that led to it becoming England’s newest National Park. The inspirational landscapes of the South Downs National Park are home not only to important wildlife and cultural heritage but also to 110,000 people, with a further 2 million living nearby. The new State of the South Downs National Park report reveals the potential for

the National Park to play a vital role in creating future sustainable prosperity in the south east: • The economy of the National Park is estimated to be worth around £2.23 billion annually. Including farming and forestry, there are already up to11,500 business units operating within it , employing up to 84,000 people. Many of these small rural businesses show real potential for growth - with 32% of jobs already in firms of less than 10 employees (compared to national average of 21%). However, with house prices between 10 and 11 times the average annual salary affordability is a real challenge. • With the annual cost of obesity estimated at £5.1 billion, the Government has called upon national parks to help deliver its targets to improve the health of the nation - Defra (2010) National Park Circular. The South Downs National Park contains 3,300km of public paths – the longest such network of any National Park. Vital recreation opportunities through walking, cycling and horseriding must, however, be sensitively managed to benefit land managers and avoid pressure on important habitat such as lowland heathland – 95% of which has been lost globally. • The South Downs National Park also

provides vital ecosystem services. For example: - 1.2 million people rely on drinking water from the National Park. With the equivalent of 50,206 swimming pools being extracted each year we must look to manage this priceless resource more sustainably (Environment Agency (2012) Abstraction Statistics for the South Downs National Park) - With the imperative to cut carbon emissions, and with increasing fuel costs, it is estimated that 34,000ha of woodland within the National Park could be managed for woodfuel – enough to heat 9,000 homes every year whilst at the same time bringing woodland back into active management to benefit wildlife, and creating much-needed skilled local jobs (data from The Forestry Commission). Margaret Paren, Chair of the South Margaret Paren, Chair of the South Downs National Park Authority, said: “The National Park is a precious breathing space in this most crowded part of the country and provides vital services – such as clean water filtered through the chalk grassland, places where people can experience nature and improve their well-being, as well as food, for millions of people. Looking after its natural assets is the best way to underpin a thriving

local economy. This report shows how the National Park has the potential to provide huge opportunities for communities, businesses, volunteers and visitors to benefit from this special area while looking after it by, for example, using its resources more sustainably. The Management Plan, to be launched next year, will set out how we can start to realise that potential.” Jonathan Brantigan is owner of Pallant of Arundel, a delicatessen and wine merchants in Arundel on the edge of the South Downs National Park, and started the annual Arundel Food Festival in 2010. Jonathan said: “I see the South Downs National Park as a real opportunity to build my own business and support those around us. We already stock and promote produce from within the National Park, such as wine and cheese. Our food festival is a celebration of local farmers and food producers where we encourage our community and visitors to enjoy locally produced, seasonal food and, of course, have fun in the process.” The findings in the State of the South Downs National Park report will help to shape the management plan that will set out the long-term plans for the National Park.

Partygoers urged to ‘look before you book’ IF YOU’RE PLANNING to eat out over the festive season, why not ‘look before you book’ and choose where to eat based on what is going on in the kitchen not just what’s on the menu? Each of Chichester District’s food outlets, such as restaurants, takeaways and pubs, has a food hygiene rating. These range from zero (the worst) to five (the best). The rating is given following an inspection by Chichester District Council's Environmental Health Officers and is based on: • how hygienically food is handled; • the condition of the premises; and • how food safety is managed and documented. The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is a national initiative has been developed by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) in partnership with local authorities. In the Chichester District nearly 1,300 businesses have been assessed and given a rating, which they are encouraged to display. To find out the rating of the place you wish to eat: • check all food hygiene ratings whether displayed or not on the premises online at: www.food.gov.uk/ratings; or, • download a free phone app. You can also look out for the distinctive green and black food hygiene rating stickers that some of the 1,300 businesses in the Chichester District will have displayed in their windows.

“When dining out, most of us choose our favourite places where you know you like the food and you’ll have a good time. But how many of us know how good the food hygiene standards are behind the scenes in those kitchens?” says Ian Brightmore, Health Protection Manager at Chichester District Council. “Many people party or eat out more over the Christmas period and I would urge them to check on the premises food hygiene rating before they book. Sadly there is an increase in food poisoning cases around Christmas

nationally each year. The council aims to minimise this by encouraging people to choose to eat at premises with the highest scores.” Catriona Stewart, Head of the Food Hygiene Ratings Team at the FSA, adds: “Noone wants to gamble with their health when eating out, particularly when celebrating a special festive meal. Local authorities, including Chichester District Council, have worked with the FSA to successfully rollout the scheme, which helps people choose where to eat. Our app makes it even easier

for people to check hygiene ratings before deciding which place to visit.” The aim of the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is to reduce the one million cases of food poisoning suffered by people in the UK each year. The information is being released as part of the council’s ‘Countdown to Christmas’ campaign. Its aim is to help residents prepare for the festive season – from events and activities, to important information. This can be found at www.chichester.gov.uk/ christmas


18 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Entertainment

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

NOW SHOWING AT CINEWORLD…

Here Comes The Boom (12A) Running time: 105 mins Director: Frank Coraci Starring: Kevin James, Henry Winkler, Salma Hayek, Bas Rutten, Greg Germann, Reggie Lee, Joe Rogan

In addition, there’s strong support from Winkler, Hayek (smoking hot, as always) and Greg Germann (as the school’s principal), while Bas Rutten turns out to be something of a scene-stealer as Niko and there’s a nice turn from Filipina singer Charice as music student Malia. On top of that, Coraci maintains exactly the right tone throughout, ensuring that the story is played straight, no matter how ridiculous it gets and largely keeping the film’s sentimental tendencies to an acceptable level.

A genre mash-up of inspirational teacher movies and underdog sports flicks, Here Comes The Boom is undeniably cheesy and utterly ridiculous, but it’s also surprisingly enjoyable, thanks to strong comic performances, likeable characters and direction that gets the tone exactly right. What’s it all about? Directed by Frank Coraci, Here Comes The Boom stars Kevin James (who also co-wrote the script) as Scott Voss, a 42 year old high school biology teacher who’s inspired to turn mixed martial arts fighter in order to raise the $48,000 his school needs to save their music department. With twinkly-eyed, inspirational music teacher Marty (Henry Winkler) in his corner, Scott recruits Dutch ex-fighter Niko (Bas Rutten) to help him train and soon he’s getting seven shades of something knocked out of him in a series of amateur bouts. At the same time, Scott continues his pursuit of hot school nurse Bella (Salma Hayek) and discovers that his

C

F r o m

T h e

R o ya l

W e l s h

multiple injuries in the ring give him the perfect excuse to see more of her. The Good Kevin James has made a career out of playing likeable schlubby losers who make good (see also: Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Zookeeper) and Here Comes The Boom certainly isn’t stretching him in that regard. What’s more amusing is the naked degree

C o l l e g e

o F

m u s i c

&

D r A m A

hristmassy A

Three out of Five stars

v e r y

ConCert

Join us for brand new operatic arrangements of classics old and new, from ‘Santa Baby’ to ‘O Holy Night’

of wish-fulfilment in the script; James has essentially written himself a part where he gets to a) hang out with the Fonz, b) beat up a series of real-life MMA fighters (playing themselves), c) save the day and d) snog Salma Hayek; frankly, if that isn’t the Hollywood Dream, then what is? Cunningly, James has also thought fit to cater to his detractors, by writing himself a part where he gets repeatedly punched in the face.

The Bad Essentially, Here Comes The Boom plays like a gentle comedy version of Joel Edgerton’s sub-plot from Warrior and if you’re prepared to buy into the concept of James as an MMA fighter, then you’ll find the film surprisingly hard to dislike. That said, the film never quite achieves any actual belly laughs and is content to settle for consistently amusing rather than laugh-out-loud funny. Worth seeing? Despite its patently ridiculous set-up and multiple layers of cheese, Here Comes The Boom is actually surprisingly enjoyable feelgood fare, providing you can buy into the premise in the first place.

HERE COMES THE BOOM

COMPETITION WIN 2 TICKETS!

For a chance to win 2 tickets, answer the following question Q. KEVIN JAMES STARRED IN WHICH ROM-COM WITH WILL SMITH?

A) HITCH B) INDEPENDENCE DAY C) ALI

tickets

£10.00

Children £5.00

Friday r 21st & Sat cembe urday 22nd De St. Pau 7.00pm l’s Church , Chichester.

Join David Harrington and his sopranos Amy Fuller & Frances Gregory with special guest tenors Colin Thomas Bryce & Eleias Roberts

Plus on Friday Parklands School Choir & Saturday Members of Bishop Luffa School Choir Tickets available from St. Olav Christian Bookshop, North St. or on the door. to reserve call: 07722 824696 Helping to Support St Wilfrid’s Hospice registered Charity no: 281963

Send your answer, and include your full name, address and a contact phone number to competition@chichesterherald.co.uk. One lucky winner will be selected at random. Closing time is Tuesday 20th November at midday The winner will be notified later on that day. • Last weeks winner is Louella Foyle from Chichester Chichester Herald competition terms and conditions apply.

Cineworld Chichester Chichester Gate, Chichester, PO19 8EL - 0871 200 2000


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 19

What’s on this Winter...

16 NOVEMBER TO 22 NOVEMBER Have you been digging in your garden and found an old oil lamp? These drop-in afternoons are run in conjunction with the Portable Antiquities Scheme supported by the British Museum. The Finds Liaison Officer, Stephanie Smith, has plenty of archaeological expertise to help identify objects. Valuations are not provided. Date: Thursday 22 November Place: The Novium Time: 12noon – 2pm Price: Free entry to event (no access to museum galleries) More information: 01243 775888, www. thenovium.org

Chichester Farmers Market Date: Friday 16 November Place: East and North Streets, Chichester Time: 9am-2pm More information: 01243 785166 extension 4242, www.chichester.gov.uk/farmersmarket Film night The Descendants staring George Clooney Date: Friday 16 November Place: Grange Centre, Midhurst Time: 7.30pm – 9.30pm Price: Ticket £6 on the door or in advance More information: 01730 816841, www.thegrange. org.uk Pattern wrap – children’s workshop Date: Saturday 17 November Place: Pallant House Gallery Time: 10.15am – 12.15pm Price: £8 per child (5-8 years, children must be accompanied by a parent/carer) More information: www.pallant.org.uk Innovative water colours of the Harbour Follow a short walk along the shoreline to make a series of sketches. Basic materials will be provided but you might like to bring your own equipment and materials. Bring a packed lunch and outdoor clothes. Date: Saturday 17 November Place: Meet at Harbour Education Centre, Dell Quay, PO20 7EE Time: Starts at 10am, will last for four hours Price: £10 to include refreshments More information: www.conservancy.co.uk Monthly Market Over 100 stalls selling goods of all descriptions. Date: Saturday 17 November Place: Grange Centre, Midhurst Time: 8.30am – 2pm More information: 01730 816841, www.thegrange. org.uk Christmas Market Arts, craft, food and unusual gifts. Date: 17 and 18 November Place: Weald and Downland Open Air Museum Time: 10.30am – 4pm Price: Admission £3.50 including access to all museum exhibits

More information: 01243 811348, www. wealddown.co.uk Talk: fields of lavender Led by local lavender producer, Lordington Lavender, this talks includes a demonstration and opportunity to create your own gift. Date: Saturday 18 November Place: The Novium Time: 2pm – 4pm Price: Adult £7, concessions £6, Child £3. Suitable for children seven years and up. Places are limited so booking is essential. More information: 01243 775888, www. thenovium.org Joan Edom Bird Walk at Nutbourne The first bird watching walk of the season held in memory of the harbour’s first conservation warden, Joan Edom, who held bird walks at this time on winter Sundays for many years. Date: Sunday 18 November Place: Farm Lane, Nutbourne PO18 8SB. Off the A259 nearly opposite the caravan dealers. Meet by footpath next to the gate. Please park carefully. Time: 10:30am, will last for 2 hours Price: £3 on the day. More information: www.conservancy.co.uk

Celia Paul and William Feaver in conversation Date: Thursday 22 November Place: Pallant House Gallery Time: 6pm Price: talk and wine £12 (Friends £10.50), talk only £8.50 (Friends £7, students £7.50) More information: www.pallant.org.uk All day walk at Snowhill and Ellanore/East Head Chichester Natural History Society Date: Thursday 22 November Time: Start at 10am More information: 01243 575345 Tour: highlights of the collection Join museum staff as they introduce visitors to the collections and tour the exhibition galleries. Highlighting different artefacts on display every week, visitors discover the stories that bring them to life! Suitable for adults and older children. Date: Thursday 1 November to Saturday 29 December (weekly on Wednesday and Saturday, excluding Boxing Day) Place: The Novium, Tower Street, Chichester Time: 11am – 11.20am Price: Free with admission charge More information: 01243 775888, www. thenovium.org Winter wonderland at West Dean Starts: 1 November, 2012, Ends: 23 December, 2012 More information: www.westdean.org.uk

Book, postcard and Ephermera Fairs Date: Sunday 18 November Place: Grange Centre, Midhurst Time: 10am – 3.30pm More information: 01730 816841, www. thegrange.org.uk

Effervescence 2012 Starts: 1 November 2012, Ends: 13 January 2013 Place: West Dean Gallery Time: 11am - 4pm When: Every day 1 November-23 December 2012, and Wednesday to Saturday 4-13 January 2013. Price: Free admission and car parking More information: www.westdean.org.uk Learn a skill and make a gift for Christmas Starts: 8 November, 2012, Ends: 14 December, 2012 For more information on ‘Learn a skill, Make a gift’ days visit: www.westdean.org. uk/CollegeChannel/ShortCourses/ LearnaSkillMakeAGift.aspx Handling table Get up close to real and replica artefacts that relate to the exhibition themes in the galleries. Date: Saturday 10 November to Saturday 22 December (fortnightly on Saturday) Place: The Novium, Tower Street, Chichester Time: 10.30am – 12noon Price: Free with museum admission More information: 01243 775888, www. thenovium.org

Sat 17 Nov: 13.00 Rust and Bone, 15.30 Skyfall, 18.00 Rust and Bone, 20.30 Skyfall

Auto jumble Date: Sunday 18 November Place: Grange Centre, Midhurst Time: 10am – 3pm More information: 01730 816841, www. thegrange.org.uk

Sun 18 Nov: 12.30 Hitchcock: North by Northwest (PG) 136m, 15.00 Skyfall, 17.45 Rust and Bone, 20.15 Skyfall

Music on Sundays Palmeria String Quartet Date: Sunday 18 November Place: Christ Church, Chichester Price: £10 at door More information: 01243 527425

Tue 20 Nov: 13.00 Skyfall, 15.30 Rust and Bone, 18.00 Rust and Bone, 20.30 Skyfall

Finds identification afternoon

Mon 19 Nov: 12.00 Skyfall, 14.30 Rust and Bone, 16.45 Skyfall

01243 786 650

Wed 21 Nov: 13.00 Rust and Bone, 15.30 Skyfall, 18.00 Skyfall, 20.45 Rust and Bone Fri 16 Nov: 13.00 Skyfall (12A), 15.45 Rust and Bone 120m, 18.00 Skyfall, 20.45 Rust and Bone

Thu 22 Nov; 13.00 Rust and Bone, 15.30 Skyfall, 18.00 Rust and Bone, 20.30 Skyfall


20 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

SATURDAY’S TV 17.11.12 SATURDAY’S TV 17.11.12 BBC1 CHOICE CHOICE

Paddy McGuinness PaddyMe McGuinness Take Out ITV1, 6.45pm Take OutMcGuinness DoesMe Paddy ITV1, 6.45pm have the best job in telly? Does Paddy As if it’s not McGuinness enough that have thethe best job in telly? he gets rewarding task As it’s notatenough that of ifplaying being Cilla he getsthe thecomic rewarding Black, is task of playing atsurrounded being Cilla by constantly Black, comica bunch is of (on thethe whole) constantly surrounded by rather easy-on-the-eye (on theIt whole) of girls. seems a bunch long time rather easy-on-the-eye ago when walked in the girls. It seems a long time shadow of comic sidekick ago walkedPeter in the andwhen best friend Kay. shadow of comic He’s lined up foursidekick more and best men friendforPeter Kay. loveless tonight’s He’s lined upafour more show: Matt, trainer loveless menLeicester; for tonight’s fanatic from show: a trainer Pete, aMatt, builder from fanatic from Sam, Leicester; Chichester; a BMX Pete, a builder champion fromfrom Chichester; a BMX Colchester;Sam, and Luke, a champion fromSurrey. student from Colchester; and Luke, a student from Surrey.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 12.00 Film: That Darn Cat! (1965) 1.50 Film: Miracle. (2004) 4.00 Flog It! 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. Rugby 12.00 (R) 5.00 Live International Film: DarnXV Cat! (1965) 1.50 Union.That Ireland v Fiji (Kick-off Film: Miracle. (2004) 4.00 Flog It! 5.30pm). (R) 5.00 Live International Rugby 7.30 Attenborough: Years in Union. Ireland XV v Fiji60 (Kick-off the Wild. David 5.30pm). Attenborough reflects on his 7.30 Attenborough: 60 Years TV career, examining thein the Wild. in David changes the natural world Attenborough on his as well as the reflects developments TV career, examining in wildlife film-makingthesince changes natural he beganininthe 1952. (R) world as well as the developments 8.30 inDad’s Army. Mainwaring and wildlife film-making since thebegan platoon dress (R) as firemen he in 1952. to take part in an initiative 8.30 Dad’s Army. Mainwaring and exercise. Comedy, starring the platoon firemen Arthur Lowedress and as Clive Dunn. to(R) take part in an initiative exercise. Comedy, starring 9.00 Arthur Formula 1: The Lowe and United Clive Dunn. States Grand Prix Qualifying (R) Highlights. Jake Humphrey 9.00 Formula 1: The United introduces a chance to see States Grandfrom Prixthe Qualifying the session Circuit Highlights. Jake Humphrey of the Americas in Austin, introduces a chance to see Texas, where the 19th and the session from theofCircuit penultimate round the ofseason the Americas Austin, is set tointake place. Texas, where the 19th and 10.15penultimate The Rollinground Stones: of the Crossfire Hurricane. Part season is set to take place. one of two. Documentary 10.15 The Rolling Stones: charting the 50-year career Crossfire of the rockHurricane. band, withPart one of two. Documentary contributions by Mick charting the 50-year career Jagger, Keith Richards, ofCharlie the rock band, with Wood, Watts, Ronnie contributions by Mick Mick Taylor. Bill Wyman and Jagger, Keith Richards, 11.15Charlie Sings the Rolling Stones. Watts, Ronnie Wood, Compilation of artists Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor. covering classic songs by 11.15 Sings the Rolling Stones. the Stones, including Compilation of artists performances by Gene covering classicHouston, songs by Pitney, Thelma the Stones, including Chris Farlowe, Patti Smith, performances by Gene Marianne Faithfull, Devo and Pitney, Thelma Houston, Melanie. Chris Farlowe, Patti Smith, 12.15Marianne The Rolling Stones:Devo Rockand Faithfull, and Roll Circus. (R) 1.20 Later with Melanie. Jools Holland. (R) 2.25 Film: Night 12.15 Rolling of the The Living Dead.Stones: (1968)Rock and Roll Circus. (R) 1.20 Later with Jools Holland. (R) 2.25 Film: Night of the Living Dead. (1968)

6.00 Breakfast. 7.25 Match of the Day. (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning Live. 6.00 Breakfast. 7.25 Match of thefor 11.00 Sunday Politics; Weather Day. (R) 9.00 The 12.25 Andrew Marr the Week Ahead. Countryfile. Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning (R) 1.20 Bargain Hunt. 2.20 Live. 11.00 Politics; Weather EscapeSunday to the Country. (R) 3.20for the Week Miracle Ahead. 12.25 Nature’s Babies.Countryfile. (R) 4.20 (R) 1.20 Bargain Hunt. Lifeline. 4.30 Points of2.20 View. 4.45 Escape to the Country. (R) Songs of Praise. 5.20 Nigel3.20 Slater’s Nature’s Miracle 4.20 Dish of the Day. Babies. (R) 5.50(R) BBC Lifeline. 4.30 Points of View. 4.45 News; Regional News; Weather. Songs of Praise. 5.20 Nigel Slater’s 6.20 Countryfile. John Craven Dish of the Day. (R) 5.50 BBC and Julia News; Bradbury are in News; Regional Weather. rural Leicestershire, visiting 6.20 Countryfile. John Craven an Army training camp for and Julia arewell in as dogs andBradbury horses, as rural Leicestershire, visiting planting 3,000 saplings in an an Armyfield. training camp for empty Including dogs and horses, as well as Weather for the Week Ahead. planting 3,000 saplings in an 7.20 empty Strictlyfield. Come Dancing: The Including Results.for Another couple Weather the Week Ahead. leave and Girls Aloud 7.20 Strictly Come Dancing: The perform. Results. Another couple 8.00 leave Antiques Roadshow. and Girls Aloud The team arrives at the National perform. Maritime Museum Cornwall 8.00 Antiques Roadshow. The in Falmouth, where objects team arrives at the National include a diamond and gold Maritime Cornwall ring withMuseum a grim family inhistory. Falmouth, Red where buttonobjects viewers include a diamond and gold can play along by guessing ring with a grim family the valuations. history. Red button viewers 9.00 can Theplay Secret of by Crickley Hall. along guessing New series. Drama about a the valuations. grieving London couple 9.00 The Secret haunted byoftheCrickley childrenHall. who New livedseries. in theirDrama houseabout duringa grieving the war. London Surannecouple Jones, Tom haunted by the children Ellis, Olivia Cooke and who lived in their housestar. during Douglas Henshall the war. Suranne Jones, Tom 10.00Ellis, BBC Olivia News;Cooke Regional andNews; Weather.Henshall star. Douglas 10.25BBC Formula The United 10.00 News;1:Regional News; States Grand Prix – Weather. Highlights. 10.25 Formula 1: The United 12.25States Film: Hooper. (1978) Grand Prix – 2.00 Weatherview. 2.05 Sign Zone: Highlights. Holby City. (R) 3.05 The Paradise. 12.25 Film: Hooper. (1978) 2.00 (R) 4.05 Film 2012 with Claudia Weatherview. 2.05 Sign Zone: Winkleman. (R) 4.35 BBC News. Holby City. (R) 3.05 The Paradise. (R) 4.05 Film 2012 with Claudia Winkleman. (R) 4.35 BBC News.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 11.30 The Great British Bake Off 6.00 CBeebies.(R)7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Masterclass. 12.30 International Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 11.30 Rugby Union. 1.30 Cycling: Track The Great British Off(R) 5.30 World Cup. 5.15Bake Coast. Masterclass. (R) 12.30 International Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. (R) Rugby Union. 1.30 Cycling: Track 6.30 Cup. Fawlty Towers. decides World 5.15 Coast.Basil (R) 5.30 to enhance the hotel’s Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. (R) reputation with an exclusive 6.30 Fawlty decides night ofTowers. gourmetBasil cuisine. toUnfortunately, enhance the hotel’s his new chef reputation with exclusive is distracted byan hapless night gourmet(R) cuisine. waiterofManuel. Unfortunately, his new chef 7.00 isOperation Part two distractedIceberg. by hapless of two.Manuel. The team waiter (R)boards an iceberg to determine what 7.00 Operation Iceberg. Partand two causes them to decay, ofChris two.Packham The teamtakes boards an to the iceberg determine what skies totoconduct a polar-bear causes census.them (R) to decay, and Chris Packham takes to the 8.00 skies Sandy: Anatomy a to conduct aof polar-bear Superstorm. census. (R) Documentary using satellite imagery, CGI 8.00 Sandy: Anatomy of a mapping and personal Superstorm. testimonies toDocumentary give an using satellite CGI account of theimagery, effects on New mapping and York State of personal the storm surge testimonies to give an caused by Hurricane Sandy. account of the effects on New 9.00 York Dragons’ State Den. of theIdeas stormand surge innovations include an caused by Hurricane Sandy. update of the paintbrush, a 9.00 Dragons’ Ideas new type Den. of glove forand golfers, innovations include a driving school foran 14-yearupdate of the paintbrush, olds and an electronic beda new typeinof for golfers, stored theglove ceiling. a driving school for 14-year10.00olds Harry & an Paul. The duobed and electronic reinvent themselves stored in the ceiling. as Ricky Gervais. 10.00 Harry & Paul. The duo 10.30reinvent Match ofthemselves the Day 2.as Ricky Highlights of Fulham v Gervais. Sunderland. 10.30 Match of the Day 2. 11.20Highlights Hebburn. of Jack spends Fulham v his first day as editor of the Sunderland. Hebburn Advertiser. (R) 11.20 Hebburn. Jack spends his 11.50first Never the Buzzcocks. dayMind as editor of the With guest host Richard Hebburn Advertiser. (R) Ayoade. (R) 11.50 Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 12.20With Film:guest My Year hostWithout RichardSex. (2009)Ayoade. 1.50 BBC (R)News. 4.35 Close. 12.20 Film: My Year Without Sex. (2009) 1.50 BBC News. 4.35 Close.

BBC1

SUNDAY’S TV 18.11.12 SUNDAY’S TV 18.11.12 BBC1 CHOICE CHOICE

Suranne Jones Suranne Jones The Secret of Crickley Hall The Secret BBC1, 9pmof Crickley Hall If there’s one upside to the BBC1, 9pm dark, cold November nights, Ifit’s there’s one provide upside to that they thethe dark, cold November perfect conditions fornights, it’s that they the snuggling upprovide on the sofa perfect conditions for a spooky and watching snuggling up on the sofaand drama. Suranne Jones and Tomwatching Ellis star aasspooky Eve and drama. Jones and Gabe, aSuranne London-based starmove as Eve Tom Elliswho couple to and the Gabe, London-based north,ahoping a change of couple whohelp move to the scene will them north, hoping a change of recover from the mysterious scene will help them disappearance of their recover fromSadly, the mysterious young son. their new disappearance ofHall theirproves home of Crickley young son.but Sadly, their new anything comforting, as home thingsofgoCrickley bump inHall theproves night anything but comforting, as – and flashbacks to 1943 things gothe bump in thecould night suggest building –have andaflashbacks to 1943 tragic history. suggest the building could have a tragic history.

BBC2 BBC2

6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live. 11.30 Baking Made Easy. (R) 12.00 BBC News; 6.00 Breakfast. Saturday Regional News;10.00 Weather. 12.15 Kitchen 11.30 Made FootballLive. Focus. 1.00Baking Cycling: Track Easy. (R) 12.00 BBC News; World Cup. 2.00 Live International Regional News; Weather. 12.15 Rugby Union. 4.30 Final Score. Football Focus. Cycling: Track 5.10 BBC News;1.00 Regional News; World Cup.5.30 2.00Children Live International Weather. in Need: Rugby Union. The Best Bits.4.30 Final Score. 5.10 BBC News; Regional News; 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing. Weather. 5.30 Children in Need: Bruce The Best Bits.Forsyth and Tess Daly present from Wembley 6.30 Strictly Come the Dancing. Arena, where couples Bruce Daly danceForsyth throughand theTess decades, present from Wembley from 1920s Charleston to Arena, couples 1970swhere disco. the Kylie Minogue dance the decades, sings through an old favourite. from 1920s Charleston to 8.00 1970s Merlin. Morgana disco. Kylie hatches Minoguea plot toanmurder the king with sings old favourite. the help of an insider under 8.00 Merlin. hatches a her spellMorgana – but when a stable plot murder the king in with handtobecomes caught the the help of he an threatens insider under crossfire, to her – but when a stable ruinspell everything. hand becomes caught in the 8.45 crossfire, The National Lottery to he threatens Saturday Night Draws. With ruin everything. a performance by doo-wop 8.45 The National Lottery group the Overtones. Saturday Night Draws. With 8.55 aCasualty. Tamzin’s refusal to performance by doo-wop treat an group theaggressive Overtones.patient has serious repercussions, 8.55 Casualty. to while TomTamzin’s and Samrefusal disagree treat patient overan theaggressive best treatment for a has serious patient withrepercussions, a rare genetic while Tom and Sam disagree disorder. over the best treatment for a 9.45 patient Live atwith the Apollo. New a rare genetic series. Dara O Briain warms disorder. up the crowd before 9.45 Live at the Apollo. New introducing stand-up series. Dara Briain warms routines by O ventriloquist up the crowd before extraordinaire Nina Conti and introducing stand-up the irrepressible Danny Bhoy. routines by ventriloquist 10.15extraordinaire BBC News; Weather. Nina Conti and 10.30the Match of the Day. Highlights irrepressible Danny Bhoy. of today’s 10.15 BBC News;Premier Weather.League clashes; National Lottery 10.30 Match of the Day. Highlights Update. of today’s Premier League 12.00clashes; The Football League Show. National Lottery 1.15 Weatherview. 1.20 BBC News. Update. 12.00 The Football League Show. 1.15 Weatherview. 1.20 BBC News.

BBC1

BBC2 BBC2

ITV1 ITV1

6.00 CITV: Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. 6.25 The Hive. (R) 6.35 The Hive. (R) 6.45 The Hive. (R) 6.00 Mickey 6.50CITV: Canimals. (R)Mouse 7.00 Canimals. Clubhouse. 6.25 The Hive. (R)Rated 6.35 (R) 7.05 The Avengers. 7.25 The Hive. (R) 6.45 The Hive. A(R)for A for Awesome. 7.40 Rated 6.50 Canimals. 7.00Henry. Canimals. Awesome. 7.50(R) Horrid (R) (R) 7.05 The Henry. Avengers. 7.25 Horrid Rated 8.05 Horrid (R) 8.20 AHenry. for Awesome. 7.40 Rated A for (R) 8.35 Shake It Up. 9.00 Awesome. Horrid (R) My Phone 7.50 Genie. 9.25 Henry. ITV News. 8.05 Horrid Henry.Kyle (R) Show 8.20 Horrid 9.30 The Jeremy USA. Henry. Shake Up. 9.00 10.25 (R) The8.35 Jeremy KyleItShow USA. My Phone Genie. 9.25 ITV News. 11.20 Dinner Date: Australia. 12.15 9.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show USA. ITV News; Weather. 12.25 All Star 10.25 Jeremy(R) Kyle1.10 Show USA. FamilyThe Fortunes. Holiday 11.20 12.15 HomeDinner Sweet Date: Home.Australia. 2.10 Holiday ITV News; Weather. All Star Home Sweet Home.12.25 3.10 Film: Family (R) 1.10 Holiday CharlieFortunes. and the Chocolate Factory. Home 2.10 Holiday ; (2005)Sweet 5.15 Home. Regional Programme Home Sweet Home. 3.10 Weather. Film: Weather.5.30 ITV News; Charlie andGolden the Chocolate 5.45 The Rules ofFactory. TV. (2005) 5.15 Regional Programme ; 6.15 New You’ve BeenWeather. Framed! Weather.5.30 ITV News; Featuring familyofhaving 5.45 The Golden aRules TV. fun with a Taser. 6.15 New You’ve Been Framed! 6.45 Featuring Take Me Out. A Leicester a family having fun fitness fanatic, a builder from with a Taser. Chichester, a BMX champion 6.45 Take Out. A Leicester fromMe Colchester and a Surrey fitness a builder studentfanatic, take part in the from Chichester, a BMX champion dating show. from Colchester and a Surrey 8.00 student The X Factor. Dermot take part in the O’Leary presents the seventh dating show. live studio round as the 8.00 The X Factor. remaining actsDermot battle to win O’Leary presents the seventh praise from the tough-talking live studio round as theviewers judges and persuade remaining to win to pick up acts theirbattle phones and praise fromresults the tough-talking vote. The are judges and persuade viewers tomorrow at 8pm. to pick up their phones and 9.20 vote. I’m aThe Celebrity resultsGet are Me Out of Here! The famous faces tomorrow at 8pm. enter their second week in 9.20 I’m Celebrity Get Me Out the ajungle. of Here! The famous faces 10.20enter ITV News; Weather. their second week in 10.35the Film: Fast & Furious. (2009) jungle. Thriller sequel, starring Vin 10.20 ITV News; Weather. Diesel and Paul Walker. 10.35 Film: Fast & Furious. (2009) 12.30Thriller The Store; ITV starring News Vin sequel, Headlines. Plain Sight. (R) Diesel2.35 and In Paul Walker. 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV 12.30 The Store; ITV News Morning News. Headlines. 2.35 In Plain Sight. (R) 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

ITV1 ITV1

6.00 CITV: Engie Benjy. 6.10 Jungle Junction. 6.25 Jungle Junction. 6.35 Signed Stories. (R) 6.00 Engie(R) Benjy. 6.50CITV: Canimals. 6.556.10 Canimals. Jungle Junction. 6.25Chronicles. Jungle (R) 7.05 Matt Hatter Junction. 6.35 Signed Stories. (R) 7.25 Almost Naked Animals. (R) 6.50 (R) 6.55 Canimals. 7.35Canimals. Almost Naked Animals. (R) (R) 7.05 Matt Hatter Chronicles. 8.00 Phineas and Ferb. 8.15 7.25 Almost Animals. (R) Phineas andNaked Ferb. 8.30 Big Time 7.35 Almost Naked Animals. (R) Rush. 9.00 Good Luck Charlie. 8.00 and9.30 Ferb.There’s 8.15 No 9.25Phineas ITV News. Phineas andHome. Ferb. (R) 8.3010.25 Big Time Taste Like Dinner Rush. 9.00 Good Luck Charlie. Date. 11.25 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 9.25 ITV News. 9.30 There’s NoITV (R) 12.25 Countrywise. 12.40 Taste Home.12.55 (R) 10.25 News;Like Weather. Film:Dinner Carry Date. 11.25(1971) Dickinson’s RealXDeal. On Henry. 2.40 The (R) 12.25 Countrywise. 12.40 Factor. (R) 4.00 The Home of ITV News; Weather. Carry Fabulous Cakes.12.55 5.00 Film: The Nation’s On Henry. (1971) The X(R) Favourite Number2.40 1 Single. Factor. (R) 4.00 The Home of 6.30 Regional Programme; Fabulous Cakes. 5.00 The Nation’s Weather. Favourite Number 1 Single. (R) 6.45 Regional ITV News;Programme; Weather. 6.30 7.00 Weather. Surprise Surprise. With One Direction, Team GB hockey 6.45 ITV News; Weather. players and the 60 Minute 7.00 Surprise Surprise. Makeover crew. With One Direction, Team GB hockey 8.00 players The X Factor and theResults. 60 Minute Another elimination and Makeover crew. more performances by chart8.00 The X Factor topping stars.Results. Another elimination and 9.00 more I’m aperformances Celebrity Get by MechartOut of Here!stars. Yhe latest stories topping from the Australian jungle 9.00 I’m Celebrity Get Me Out andaanother unlucky ofcelebrity Here! Yhe latest stories faces a Bushtucker from Australian Trial the to earn food forjungle their and another unlucky hungry fellow campers. celebrity faces a Bushtucker 10.30Trial ITV News; to earnWeather. food for their 10.45hungry Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: fellow campers. Patsy Palmer. The EastEnders 10.30 ITV News; Weather. star talks about her career 10.45 Piers Morgan’slife. Life and personal (R)Stories: Patsy Palmer. The EastEnders 11.45star Anglo-Welsh Cup talks about herRugby career Union. Highlights of the and personal life. (R) second round of pool 11.45 Anglo-Welsh matches. Cup Rugby Union. Highlights of the 12.40second The Store; ITVofNews round pool Headlines. 2.40 Motorsport UK. matches. 3.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV 12.40 TheNews. Store; ITV News Morning Headlines. 2.40 Motorsport UK. 3.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

CHANNEL 4 CHANNEL 4

6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freesports on 4. 7.55 The 6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 Morning Line. 8.55 Channel 4 The Hoobs.– Lee. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. Presents (R) 9.00 T4: (R) 7.00 Freesports on 4. 7.55 Example at iTunes Festival 2012The Morning 8.55Made Channel 4 Special. Line. 9.30 T4: in Chelsea. Presents Lee. (R) 9.00 11.15 T4: T4: 10.35 T4:– Suburgatory. Example at iTunes Festival 2012 T4: The Big Bang Theory. (R) 11.45 Special. Made(R) in Chelsea. The Big 9.30 BangT4: Theory. 12.15 T4: 10.35 T4: Suburgatory. 11.15 The Simpsons. (R) 12.40 DealT4: or The Big Bang 11.45 T4: No Deal. 1.45Theory. Channel(R) 4 Racing. The Big Bang Theory. (R) 12.15 3.55 Come Dine with Me Down T4: The Simpsons. (R) 12.40 DealMe or Under. 4.25 Come Dine with No Deal.Under. 1.45 Channel 4 Racing. Down 4.55 Come Dine with 3.55 ComeUnder. Dine with Down Me Down 5.25Me Come Dine Under. 4.25 Come Dine5.55 withCome Me with Me Down Under. Down Under. 4.55 Come Dine Dine with Me Down Under. with Me Down Under. 5.25 Come Dine 6.25MeChannel 4 News. with Down Under. 5.55 Come 6.55with 4thought.tv. Members of the Dine Me Down Under. public reflect on 6.25 Channel 4 News.whether faith is a matter of nature or 6.55 4thought.tv. Members of the nurture, in light of scientific public on whether studiesreflect that suggest humans faith matter of nature or mayisbea programmed from nurture, in light of birth to believe in ascientific god. studies that suggest humans 7.00 may Heston’s Fantasticalfrom Food. be programmed Heston Blumenthal is given birth to believe in a god. access to Europe’s largest 7.00 Heston’s Food.the ice-creamFantastical factory to build Heston is given world’sBlumenthal biggest 99 Flake – access to Europe’s largest taller than five metres and ice-cream factory to build weighing in at more than athe world’s ton. (R)biggest 99 Flake – taller than five metres and 8.00 weighing Film: Transformers: in at more than a Revenge ton. (R) of the Fallen. (2009) The shape-changing 8.00 Film: robotsTransformers: fight for control of a Revenge the Fallen. machine of hidden somewhere (2009) The shape-changing on Earth with the power to robots fight for control destroy planets. Sci-fi of a machine hidden somewhere adventure sequel, starring on Earth with the power to Shia LaBeouf. destroy planets. Sci-fi 10.50adventure Film: Thesequel, Crazies.starring (2010) Premiere. Horror remake, Shia LaBeouf. starring Timothy Olyphant. 10.50 Film: The Crazies. (2010) 12.50Premiere. Film: Uncle Boonmee Who Horror remake, Can Recall HisTimothy Past Lives. (2010) starring Olyphant. 2.40 Hollyoaks. 4.45 Countdown. 12.50 Film: Uncle Who (R) 5.30 Make Do Boonmee & Mend. (R) Can His 4Past Lives. (2010) 5.55Recall Channel Presents. (R) 2.40 Hollyoaks. 4.45 Countdown. (R) 5.30 Make Do & Mend. (R) 5.55 Channel 4 Presents. (R)

CHANNEL 4 CHANNEL 4

6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Extreme Sailing Series. 6.00 Treacle People.Cup (R) 6.10 7.30The Sailing: America’s The Hoobs. (R) Hoobs. Discovered. (R)6.35 7.55The Channel 4 (R) 7.00 Extreme Series. Presents – Oscar.Sailing (R) 8.00 Will & 7.30 Sailing: America’s Cup Grace. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Discovered. (R) 7.55 Channel 4 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Sunday Brunch. Presents – Oscar. (R)Theory. 8.00 Will & 12.00 The Big Bang 12.25 Grace. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.004 The Simpsons. 12.55 Channel Frasier. 9.30 Sunday Brunch. Racing.(R) 3.10 Hugh’s 3 Good Things. 12.00 The Big3Bang 3.40 Hugh’s GoodTheory. Things.12.25 4.10 The Simpsons. 12.55 Channel 4 Hugh’s 3 Good Things. 4.40 Hugh’s Racing. 3.10 Hugh’s 3 Good Things. 3 Good Things. 5.10 Hugh’s 3 3.40 Things. 4.10 GoodHugh’s Things.3 Good 5.40 Film: Home Hugh’s Good Things. 4.40 Hugh’s Alone. 3(1990) 3 Good Things. 5.10 Hugh’s 3 7.40 Things. Channel 4 News. Good 5.40 Film: Home 7.55 (1990) 4thought.tv. Members of the Alone. public ask whether faith is a 7.40 Channel 4 News. matter of nature or nurture, 7.55 4thought.tv. Members of the in light of recent scientific public whether faith is a studiesask that suggest humans matter nature or nurture, may beofprogrammed from inbirth lighttoofbelieve recentinscientific a god. studies that suggest humans 8.00 may Howbe Britain Worked.from Guy programmed Martin helps with birth to believe in athe god. restoration of the oldest 8.00 How Britain Worked. Guy surviving Brixham sailing Martin with the how trawlerhelps and discovers restoration of theits oldest Britain acquired taste for surviving Brixham sailing fish and chips. trawler and discovers how 9.00 Britain Homeland. Carrie and the acquired its taste for team struggle fish and chips. to regain control of the operation, Saul 9.00 Homeland. andinthe visits AileenCarrie Morgan team struggle to regainand solitary confinement control of the operation, Saul Dana presses Finn to come visits in cleanAileen about Morgan the hit-and-run. solitary confinement and 10.00Dana Film:presses Watchmen. (2009) Finn to comeAt the height thehit-and-run. Cold War, clean aboutofthe former superheroes discover 10.00 Film: Watchmen. a conspiracy when(2009) one ofAt the height of the Cold War, their number is murdered. former superheroes Comic-book drama,discover starring aPatrick conspiracy when of Wilson andone Jackie their number is murdered. Earle Haley. Comic-book drama, starring 1.05 American Football 4.45 Patrick Wilson andLive. Jackie Grudge Match. (R) 4.55 Deal or No Earle Haley. Deal. (R) 5.50 Channel 4 Presents 1.05 American Football Live. 4.45 – Jonnie. (R) 5.55 The Treacle Grudge People.Match. (R) (R) 4.55 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.50 Channel 4 Presents – Jonnie. (R) 5.55 The Treacle People. (R)

CHANNEL 5 CHANNEL 5

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Power Rangers: Super Samurai. 10.35 ThunderCats. 11.10 Looney Tunes. 6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Power (R) 11.20 Looney Tunes. (R) 11.25 Rangers: Samurai. HighlandSuper Emergency. (R)10.35 11.55 ThunderCats. 11.10 Looney Wild Things with Dominic Tunes. (R) 11.20 Looney Tunes. (R) 11.25 Monaghan. (R) 12.55 Film: The Highland Emergency. 11.55 Train Robbers. (1973)(R) 2.45 Film: Wild Things (1975) with Dominic Brannigan. 4.55 5 News Monaghan. (R) 12.55 The Weekend. 5.00 Film: Film: Greystoke: Train Robbers. (1973) The Legend of Tarzan,2.45 LordFilm: of the Brannigan. (1975) 4.55 5 News Apes. (1984) Weekend. 5.00 Film: Greystoke: 7.40Legend NCIS.ofTony’s cover The Tarzan, Lordisofblown the as the hunt for La Grenouille Apes. (1984) intensifies and his car is later 7.40 NCIS. Tony’s is blown destroyed in cover an explosion, as the hunt leaving the for restLaofGrenouille the team intensifies car is(R) later convincedand he ishisdead. destroyed in an explosion, 8.35 leaving NCIS. The agents are called the rest of the team to the scene car accident convinced heof is adead. (R) in which a petty officer was 8.35 NCIS. The agents are called killed. (R) to the scene of a car accident 9.25 inCSI: NY.aApetty woman whowas was which officer nearly(R) beaten to death killed. identifies her son as the 9.25 CSI: NY. Abut woman who was attacker, a convicted drug nearly to death to the dealerbeaten later confesses identifies her son as the crime, forcing the team to attacker, buthis a convicted investigate motives. drug (R) dealer later confesses to the 10.25crime, CSI: Miami. Part one oftotwo. forcing the team The murderhisofmotives. a journalist investigate (R)is linked to a Miami council 10.25 CSI: Miami. Part one of two. leader, and Horatio comes up The murder of aadversary. journalist is against an old linked to a Miami council Guest starring Malcolm leader, and Horatio comes up McDowell. against an old adversary. 11.20Guest CSI: Crime Scene starring Malcolm Investigation. Part two of McDowell. two. Brass fights for his life 11.20 CSI: afterCrime being Scene shot, while the Investigation. Part two team tries to focus on of two. Brass fights hisof lifea investigating the for death after shot, while the manbeing decapitated on a train team track.tries (R) to focus on investigating the death of a 12.15man SuperCasino. 4.00 decapitated on House a train Doctor. (R) 4.25 track. (R) Great Artists. (R) 4.50 County Secrets. (R) 5.05 12.15 Hana’sSuperCasino. Helpline. (R)4.00 5.15House The Doctor. (R) 4.25 Great Artists. (R) Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.40 Thomas 4.50 County Secrets. (R) 5.05 & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary the Hana’s RacingHelpline. Car. (R) (R) 5.15 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.40 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

CHANNEL 5 CHANNEL 5

6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Bert 6.00 Milkshake!: Pig. 6.05 and Ernie’s GreatPeppa Adventures. (R) Roary the Mr Racing (R)(R) 6.15 Fifi 6.30 The MenCar. Show. 6.45 and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Bert Olive the Ostrich. 6.50 Abby’s and Ernie’s Adventures. Flying FairyGreat School. (R) 7.00 (R) 6.30 The Mr Show. (R)(R) 6.45 Roobarb andMen Custard Too. 7.05 Olive the Ostrich. 6.50(R) Abby’s Bananas in Pyjamas. 7.20 Flying Fairy School. (R) 7.00 Animal Antics. (R) 7.25 Noddy in Roobarb Custard (R) 7.05 Toyland. and (R) 7.40 CityToo. of Friends. Bananas Pyjamas. (R)8.00 7.20Little (R) 7.55inMio Mao. (R) Animal Antics. (R) 7.25 Noddy in Princess. (R) 8.10 The Adventures Toyland. CityHis of Friends. of Bottle(R) Top7.40 Bill and Best (R) 7.55Corky. Mio Mao. (R) 8.00 Little Friend (R) 8.25 Angelina Princess. (R) 8.10 The Adventures Ballerina. 8.45 Rupert Bear. (R) of9.00 Bottle and His Best BenTop andBill Holly’s Little Friend Corky. 8.25 Angelina Kingdom. (R)(R) 9.15 Toby’s Ballerina. Rupert Bear.Roary (R) Travelling8.45 Circus. (R) 9.30 9.00 Ben and Holly’s LittleJelly the Racing Car. (R) 9.40 Kingdom. 9.15Power Toby’sRangers: Jamm. (R)(R) 10.00 Travelling Circus.10.35 (R) 9.30 Roary Super Samurai. the Racing Car.11.10 (R) 9.40 JellyTunes. ThunderCats. Looney Jamm. (R) Looney 10.00 Power (R) 11.15 Tunes.Rangers: (R) 11.20 Super 10.35 MealsSamurai. in Moments. (R) 11.30 ThunderCats. 11.10 Looney Tunes. Rolf’s Animal Clinic. (R) 12.35 (R) 11.15 Looney Tunes. (R) 11.20 Film: You’ve Got Mail. (1998) 2.50 Meals Moments. 11.30 Film: in Open Season.(R) (2006) Rolf’s Animal Clinic. (R) 12.35 4.35 Film: Charlie’s Angels: Full Film: You’ve Got Mail. (1998) 2.50 Throttle. (2003) Film: Open Season. (2006) 6.40 5 News Weekend. 4.35 Film: Charlie’s Angels: Full 6.45 Film: Stealth. (2005) Action Throttle. (2003) adventure, with Jamie Foxx. 6.40 5 News Weekend. 9.00 Film: Film:Stealth. Unforgiven. (1992) 6.45 (2005) Action Two gunslingers help Foxx. a adventure, with Jamie bounty hunter kill a pair of 9.00 Film: Unforgiven. (1992) cowboys who attacked a Two gunslingers helpdirected a prostitute. Western, bounty a pair of by and hunter starringkillClint Eastcowboys whoGene attacked a wood. With Hackman prostitute. Western, directed and Morgan Freeman. by and starring Clint East11.30wood. Hatfields & McCoys. Anse With Gene Hackman sends his men out to kill and Morgan Freeman. Randall. (R) 11.30 Hatfields & McCoys. Anse 12.30sends How Do (R) 1.00 hisThey men Do outIt? to kill SuperCasino. Randall. 4.00 (R) The FBI Files. (R) 4.50 County Secrets. (R) 5.05 12.30 Do They It?The (R) 1.00 Hana’sHow Helpline. (R)Do 5.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 (R) The5.40 FBI Files. Milkshake! Show. Thomas (R) 4.50 County Secrets. & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary(R) the5.05 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.15 The Racing Car. (R) Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.40 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

DIGITAL DIGITAL

BBC Three 7.00 International Rugby Union 8.00Three Top Gear 9.00 Russell BBC Howard’s Good News Extra 9.45 7.00 International Rugby Union Film: Bruce Almighty (2003) 8.00 Top Gear 9.00Jim Russell Comedy, starring Carrey, Howard’s Good News Extra 9.45 Jennifer Aniston and Morgan Film: Bruce11.20 Almighty (2003) Freeman. Family Guy Comedy, starring Jim Carrey, BBC Four Jennifer Aniston and Morgan 7.00 Metalworks! – TheGuy Golden Age Freeman. 11.20 Family of Silver BBC Four8.00 Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity 9.00 The Killing 7.00 Metalworks! The Golden Age III 11.00 Chateau –Chunder: When ofAustralian Silver 8.00 Shock and Awe: The Wine Changed the World Story of Electricity 9.00 The Killing IIIITV2 11.00 Chateau Chunder: When 4.35 I’m aWine Celebrity Get Me of Australian Changed theOut World Here! 5.35 Film: The Flintstones ITV2 (1994) 7.20 Film: Dragonheart 4.35 I’mFantasy a Celebrity Get Me starring Out of (1996) adventure, Here! 5.35 Film: Flintstones Dennis Quaid andThe featuring the (1994) Dragonheart voice of7.20 SeanFilm: Connery. 9.20 The (1996) Fantasy adventure, starring Xtra Factor 10.20 I’m a Celebrity Dennis featuring the Get MeQuaid Out ofand Here Now! 11.25 voice of Sean 9.20 The Take Me Out –Connery. The Gossip Xtra Factor 10.20 I’m a Celebrity ITV3 Get Me Out of Here Now! 11.25 3.50Me Agatha Marple 5.55 Take Out –Christie’s The Gossip Murder, She Wrote 6.55 Rosemary ITV3 & Thyme 8.00 Foyle’s War 10.00 3.50 Agatha Christie’s Marple 5.55 Bomb Girls 11.00 Film: The Portrait Murder, Wrote 6.55 Rosemary of a LadyShe (1996) & Thyme 8.00 Foyle’s War 10.00 ITV4 Girls 11.00 Film: The Portrait Bomb Film: Lonely Are the Brave of2.05 a Lady (1996) (1962) 4.20 Film: The Battle of ITV4 Midway (1976) 7.00 The Motorbike 2.05 Are the Brave ShowFilm: 8.00Lonely River Monsters 9.00 (1962) 4.20 Film: The11.45 BattleHamish of Film: Firefox (1982) Midway (1976) 7.00 The Motorbike & Andy’s Euro Gap Year Show 8.00 River Monsters 9.00 E4 Firefox (1982) 11.45 Hamish Film: Made in Chelsea &3.30 Andy’s Euro Gap Year4.30 Baggage 5.35 How I Met Your Mother 6.30 E4 The Big Bang Theory 8.00 Rules of 3.30 Made in Chelsea 4.30 Baggage Engagement 9.00 Rude Tube 10.05 5.35 I Met(2007) Your Mother 6.30 Film:How Shooter The Big Bang Theory 8.00 Rules of Film4 Engagement 9.00 Rude Tube 10.05 2.50 Post Grad(2007) (2009) 4.35 The Film: Shooter Day After Tomorrow (2004) 7.05 Film4 Big Momma’s House (2000) 9.00 2.50 Grad10.45 (2009) 4.35 The HushPost (2008) Pitch Black Day After Tomorrow (2004) Heist 11.00 Don’t Look Now7.05 (1973) Big Momma’s House (2000) 9.00 Hush (2008) 10.45 Pitch Black Heist 11.00 Don’t Look Now (1973)

DIGITAL DIGITAL

BBC Three 7.00 Snog, Marry, Avoid? 8.00 Gavin & Stacey 9.00 Sun, Sex and BBC Three Suspicious Parents 10.00 Him & 7.00 Snog, Marry, Avoid? Her 11.00 American Dad!8.00 11.45 Gavin Stacey 9.00 Sun, Sex and Family&Guy Suspicious Parents 10.00 Him & BBC11.00 Four American Dad! 11.45 Her 7.00 The Family GuyLast Days of Steam 8.00 Michael BBC FourWood: The Story of India 9.00 From the Sea to the Land 7.00 The Storyville Last Days10.15 of Steam 8.00 Beyond: Film: Michael Wood: The11.50 StoryMichael of India Undertow (2009) 9.00 From SeaoftoIndia the Land Wood: Thethe Story Beyond: Storyville 10.15 Film: ITV2 Undertow (2009) 11.50 Michael 3.10 Film: Mr Bean’s Holiday Wood: The Story of India (2007) 4.55 Take Me Out 6.05 Take ITV2 Me Out – The Gossip 6.50 Film: 3.10 Mr 9.00 Bean’s Holiday TwinsFilm: (1988) The Xtra Factor (2007) Take Me Out 6.05 Take Results4.55 10.00 Totally Bonkers Me Out – The Gossip 6.50 Film: I’m Guinness World Records 10.30 Twins (1988) Factor a Celebrity Get9.00 Me The Out Xtra of Here Now! Results 10.00 Totally Bonkers 11.35 Girlfri3nds Guinness World Records 10.30 I’m aITV3 Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now! 2.55 AGirlfri3nds Touch of Frost 4.55 Agatha 11.35 Christie’s Poirot 7.00 Lewis. A ITV3 college master is found dead at the 2.55 A Touchastronomical of Frost 4.55 Agatha university’s Christie’s Poirot 7.00 Lewis. A observatory. 9.00 Midsomer college master found dead at the Murders 11.00isCracker university’s astronomical ITV4 observatory. 9.00 Midsomer 2.55 Film: AcesCracker High (1976) 5.15 Murders 11.00 Film: Dunkirk (1958) 8.00 AngloITV4 Welsh Cup Rugby Union 9.00 Film: 2.55 Film:Evil Aces High 11.00 (1976)Film: 5.15 Resident (2002) Film: (1958) 8.00 AngloBrideDunkirk of Chucky (1998) Welsh Cup Rugby Union 9.00 Film: E4 Resident Evil (2002) 11.00 Film: 3.25 of Charlie’s Bride ChuckyAngels (1998)4.20 Made in Chelsea 5.20 Scrubs 5.50 E4 Suburgatory 6.20 The Big Bang 3.25 Charlie’s Angels Made in Theory 8.20 Film: Hot4.20 Shots! Chelsea 5.20 Scrubs (1991) 10.00 Misfits5.50 11.00 2 Broke Suburgatory 6.20Big The Big Theory Bang Girls 11.30 The Bang Theory 8.20 Film: Hot Shots! Film4 10.00 Misfits 11.00 2 Broke (1991) 3.1011.30 Crocodile Dundee Girls The Big Bang(1986) Theory5.10 Carry On Up the Khyber (1968) Film4 6.55 Employee of the Month (2006) 3.10 Dundee (1986) 5.10 9.00Crocodile Patriot Games (1992) Political Carry Onstarring Up the Khyber thriller, Harrison(1968) Ford. 6.55 Employee the Month (2006) 11.15 After theofSunset (2004) 9.00 Patriot Games (1992) Political thriller, starring Harrison Ford. 11.15 After the Sunset (2004)


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Monday

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 21

Tuesday

Breakfast. 9.15 Neighbourhood 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Neighbourhood Breakfast. 9.15 Neighbourhood BBC1 6.00 BBC1 Blues. BBC1 6.00 Blues. 10.00 Homes Under the 10.00 Homes Under the Blues. 10.00 Homes Under the

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Watchdog Daily. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Inside Out; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Undercover: How to Dodge Tax – Panorama. 9.00 Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Four Born Every Second. 11.35 Film: Seraphim Falls. (2006) Western thriller, starring Pierce Brosnan and Liam Neeson. 1.20 Weatherview. 1.25 Sign Zone: Question Time. (R) 2.25 The Choir: Sing While You Work. (R) 3.25 Wartime Farm. (R) 4.25 BBC News.

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Watchdog Daily. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 Last Tango in Halifax. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 Imagine: The Many Lives of William Klein. 11.40 Film: Hollywoodland. (2006) Fact-based mystery, with Ben Affleck. 1.40 Weatherview. 1.45 Sign Zone: Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure. (R) 2.45 Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs. (R) 3.45 Lorraine’s Fast, Fresh and Easy Food. (R) 4.15 BBC News.

CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.25 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.25 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News. CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News.

12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs. (R) 1.30 To Buy or Not to Buy. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Real Rescues. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Breakaway. (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 MasterChef: The Professionals. 9.00 The Dark Charisma of Adolf Hitler. 10.00 Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Dragons’ Den. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs. (R) 1.30 To Buy or Not to Buy. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Real Rescues. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Breakaway. (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals. 9.00 Dara O Briain’s Science Club. 10.00 Later Live – with Jools Holland. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Storyville: Jonestown – The World’s Biggest Mass Suicide. (R) 12.45 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

ITV1

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Crime Stories. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Little England. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Agenda. 11.10 Film: Coogan’s Bluff. (1968) Drama, with Clint Eastwood. 12.45 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Champions League Weekly. 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.05 Sali Mali. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (R) 11.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. 12.35 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.35 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. 2.40 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 MPs: Are They Still At It? – Channel 4 Dispatches. 8.30 Stephen Fry: Gadget Man. 9.00 999: What’s Your Emergency? 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats. 10.50 Full English. 11.20 Rory Peck Awards 2012. 11.25 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. (R) 12.30 Secret State. (R) 1.25 Derren Brown: Fear and Faith. (R) 2.20 The Good Wife. 3.00 Film: Moonfleet. (1955) Period adventure, starring Stewart Granger. 4.30 Supernanny US. 5.10 Deal or No Deal. (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Best House in the Street. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: NY. (R) 3.15 Film: Angel in the Family. (2004) Fantasy, starring Meredith Baxter. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 The All New Gadget Show; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Film: The Contract. (2006) Thriller, starring John Cusack and Morgan Freeman. 11.05 Film: A Few Good Men. (1992) Military courtroom drama, starring Tom Cruise. 1.30 SuperCasino. 3.55 HouseBusters. (R) 4.20 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Crime Stories. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 UEFA Champions League Live. Juventus v Chelsea (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 UEFA Champions League: Extra Time. 11.35 Take Me Out. (R) 12.45 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Loose Women. (R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.05 Channel 4 Presents – Lee. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 According to Jim. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (R) 11.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. 12.35 Come Dine with Me. 1.35 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 2.40 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces. 9.00 Heston’s Fantastical Food. 10.00 Fresh Meat. 10.50 Rory Peck Awards 2012. 10.55 Homeland. (R) 12.00 Poker. 1.00 Channel 4 Presents – Hannah. (R) 1.05 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered. 1.35 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 2.00 Beach Volleyball. 2.55 Bullrun: Cops, Cars and Superstars. 3.20 Freesports on 4. (R) 4.20 Extreme Sailing Series. (R) 4.50 Volkswagen Racing Cup. (R) 5.15 Deal or No Deal. (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Superior Interiors with Kelly Hoppen. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.15 Film: Together Again for the First Time. (2008) Comedy, with Julia Duffy. 4.55 Looney Tunes. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Highland Emergency. 7.30 Highland Emergency; 5 News Update. 8.00 Rolf’s Animal Clinic; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Body of Proof. 10.00 CSI: NY. (R) 10.55 CSI: NY. (R) 11.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Forensic Files. (R) 1.05 SuperCasino. 3.55 HouseBusters. (R) 4.20 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Watchdog Daily. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Supersized Earth. 9.00 Crimewatch. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws. 10.45 Crimewatch Update. 10.55 Would I Lie to You? (R) 11.25 Film 2012 with Claudia Winkleman; National Lottery Update. 11.55 Film: Shank. (2010) Premiere. Futuristic thriller, starring Kedar Williams-Stirling. 1.25 Weatherview. 1.30 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 2.00 Ian Hislop’s Stiff Upper Lip – An Emotional History of Britain. (R) 3.00 Paul Martin’s Handmade Revolution. (R) 3.45 Cash Britain. (R) 4.15 BBC News. CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.25 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00

See Hear. 1.30 Lifeline. (R) 1.40 Coast. 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Real Rescues. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Breakaway. (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals. 9.00 The Hour. 10.00 The Culture Show. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Great Continental Railway Journeys. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Crime Stories. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.30 I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Exposure Update. 11.35 The Great Train Robbery. (R) 12.30 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Film: Columbo: Uneasy Lies the Crown. (1990) Crime drama, with Peter Falk. 4.40 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (R) 11.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. 12.35 Come Dine with Me. 1.35 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 2.40 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses. 9.00 Grand Designs. 10.00 Secret State. 11.05 Rory Peck Awards 2012. 11.10 The Town That Caught Tourette’s. (R) 12.15 Music on 4: Abbey Road Studios: In Session. 12.45 Music on 4: Superstar DJs: With Annie Mac. 1.10 Music on 4: Stooshe: Intro. 1.25 Music on 4: Spotlight: Urban. 1.40 Film: Las Acacias. (2011) 3.10 St Elsewhere. (R) 3.55 Deal or No Deal. (R) 4.50 Countdown. (R) 5.35 Make Do & Mend. (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Superior Interiors with Kelly Hoppen. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.10 Film: Snowman’s Pass. (2004) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Emergency Bikers; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 The Removal Men; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Film: The Transporter. (2002) 10.55 Film: Attack Force. (2006) Action thriller, with Steven Seagal. 12.45 Ricky Hatton: The Comeback. 1.35 SuperCasino. 3.55 HouseBusters. (R) 4.20 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

Circlegram

Thursday

Friday

Breakfast. 9.15 Neighbourhood Breakfast. 9.15 Neighbourhood BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 Blues. 10.00 Homes Under the Blues. 10.00 Homes Under the

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Watchdog Daily. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Young Apprentice. 9.00 Hunted. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week. 12.20 Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 Sign Zone: Undercover: How to Dodge Tax – Panorama. (R) 12.55 Countryfile. (R) 1.55 Planet Earth Live: A Lion’s Tale. (R) 2.55 Antiques Roadshow. (R) 3.55 Paul Martin’s Handmade Revolution. (R) 4.40 BBC News. 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.25 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News.

12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs. (R) 1.30 To Buy or Not to Buy. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Real Rescues. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Breakaway. (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 MasterChef: The Professionals. 9.00 Great Continental Railway Journeys. 10.00 Hebburn. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Dara O Briain’s Science Club. (R) 12.20 The Culture Show. (R) 12.50 An Island Parish. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 3.55 BBC Learning Zone.

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News;Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Crime Stories. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Waiting for a Heart: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Corfu: A Tale of Two Islands. 11.05 Grimefighters. (R) 11.35 The Late Debate. 12.05 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Waiting for a Heart: Tonight. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Watchdog Daily. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Nigel Slater’s Dish of the Day; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Outnumbered. (R) 9.00 Have I Got News for You. 9.30 Me and Mrs Jones. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show. 11.20 The National Lottery Friday Night Draws. 11.30 Live at the Apollo. (R) 12.00 EastEnders. 1.55 Weatherview. 2.00 Sign Zone: Hairy Dieters: How to Love Food and Lose Weight. (R) 3.00 Question Time. (R) 4.00 BBC News. CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.25 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News.

12.00 Daily Politics.1.00 Royal Upstairs Downstairs. (R) 1.30 To Buy or Not to Buy. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Real Rescues. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Breakaway. 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing – It Takes Two. 7.00 Celebrity Antiques Road Trip. 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 An Island Parish. 9.00 Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild. 10.00 QI. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show. 11.45 Weather. 11.50 Later with Jools Holland. 12.55 Film: Jar City. (2006) Premiere. Thriller, starring Ingvar Eggert Sigurdsson. 2.25 BBC News. 4.00 Close.

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Crime Stories. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Island Hospital. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! 10.30 ITV News; Weather. 11.00 Regional News; Weather. 11.10 Film: Accepted. (2006) Comedy, with Justin Long. 12.45 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Film: The Skeleton Key. (2005) Horror, with Kate Hudson. 4.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

6.00 Channel 4 Presents – Nathan. (R) 6.05 Sali Mali. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (R) 11.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 12.00 Channel 4 News. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. 12.35 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.35 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 2.40 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Kirstie’s Vintage Home. 9.00 The Aristocrats: Blenheim Palace. 10.00 Living with My Stalker. 11.05 Rory Peck Awards 2012. 11.10 999: What’s Your Emergency? (R) 12.15 Embarrassing Fat Bodies. (R) 1.10 Geordies Overboard. (R) 2.05 Channel 4 Presents – Oscar. (R) 2.10 Unreported World. (R) 2.35 MPs: Are They Still At It? – Channel 4 Dispatches. (R) 3.05 Time Team. (R) 4.00 Deal or No Deal. (R) 4.55 Countdown. (R) 5.40 Make Do & Mend. (R)

6.05 Channel 4 Presents – Jonnie. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Undercover Boss Canada. (R) 11.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. 12.35 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.35 Phil Spencer: Secret Agent. (R) 2.40 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 15 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.30 Unreported World. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Come Dine with Me. 9.00 Sarah Millican: Chatterbox Live. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. 11.05 4Funnies: Dr Brown. 11.35 Random Acts. 11.40 8 Out of 10 Cats. (R) 12.25 Full English. (R) 12.55 The Ricky Gervais Show. 1.20 My Name Is Earl. (R) 2.05 Bob’s Burgers. (R) 2.50 Glory Daze. 3.35 90210. 4.15 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.10 Countdown. (R) 5.55 The Treacle People. (R)

Channel 5

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Superior Interiors with Kelly Hoppen. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.15 Film: An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving. (2008) Period drama, starring Jacqueline Bisset. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 Rolf’s Animal Clinic; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 World’s Strongest Man 2012: Qualifiers; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Hatfields & McCoys. 10.00 Film: Navy Seals. (1990) Action adventure, starring Charlie Sheen. 12.15 SuperCasino. 3.55 HouseBusters. (R) 4.20 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

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? Across D P N R Transgressor (6) 1. Leave (4) H 15. W LAST WEEK’S N 17. Sermonise (6) 8. Unsurpassed (10) SOLUTION: 9. Cannibal (3-5) The letter O I ? A18.ABoast (4) represented by (4) 19. Lamentation (8) 10. Gloomy the question Emendation (10) 12. is Precious (6) mark A. Earring,metal S(6) E21. 22. Profound (4) 14. Make possible necklace, bracelet, all

Channel 4

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Superior Interiors with Kelly Hoppen. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 CSI: Miami. (R) 3.15 Film: Christmas in Canaan. (2009) Drama, with Jaishon Fisher and Zak Ludwig. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 The Gadget Show; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan; 5 News at 9. 9.00 The Mentalist. 10.00 Castle. 10.55 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (R) 11.55 Inside Hollywood. (R) 12.00 SuperCasino. 3.55 Motorsport Mundial. 4.20 House Doctor. (R) 4.45 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

This week’s crossword - Clues

rd

s - both

lter a printed ) hat can d from utors!

items of jewellery.

N O

Down 2. Strange (10) 3. Weary (4) 4. Acrimonious (6) 5. Savage (6) 6. Ironmongery (8) 7. Summit (4)

11. 13. 16. 17. 18. 20.

Unwillingness (10) Sour (8) Discard (6) Allow (6) Support (4) Repair (4)

Last week’s solution

but colnts (6) advertisede creersion (6) sort of a crooked

e one s to the 4) e others arrange-

Wednesday

ACROSS: 7 LOCAL; 8 YOUNGER; 9 OPULENT; 10 GATES; 12 SPECULATOR; 15 UPSIDE-DOWN; 18 DRESS; 19 SEGMENT; 21 PRIVATE; 22 IRATE. DOWN: 1 BLOODHOUND; 2 OCCUR; 3 ELSE; 4 MYSTIC; 5 BUNGALOW; 6 AGITATE; 11 STRENGTHEN; 13 PEDESTAL; 14 ASCETIC; 16 DISPEL; 17 LEGAL; 20 GRIM. LAST WEEK’S SOLUTIONS: CRYPTIC - Across: 7 Atlas; 8 Inherit; 9 Packing; 10 Rower; 12 Hand-


22 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Food & Drink

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Almost 40% of payday loans used to buy food ALMOST half of payday loan customers struggle to meet repayments and a third took credit knowing they could not repay it, according to a report from the consumer watchdog. The credit, which often comes at interest rates as high as 4,214pc, is used to pay regular household bills by 32pc of those who take them out, and rent by a fifth. Almost a third of those surveyed said that they had been hassled by debt collection agencies in the last year after using the lenders. Which? executive director, Richard Lloyd, said: "It's shocking that half of all people taking out payday loans have been unable to pay the money back and it's a depressing sign of the times that almost a third were hassled by debt collectors in the past year and one in five said they had been hit with unexpected charges. "Payday loans are leaving many people caught in a spiral of debt and taking out more loans just to get by. That's when they're hit by excessive penalty charges and roll over fees. "The Office of Fair Trading must do more to clamp down on irresponsible lending by introducing tighter rules for payday lenders. Better affordability assessments and clearer charges would be the first steps to clean up the industry and better protect consumers." Even those who use the services believe

that the industry needs to face tighter regulation, with 43pc of those surveyed saying it was too easy to get credit. The majority of payday loan customers, 69pc, said that they had regretted taking our a loan. Which? has called for lenders to be forced by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) to take into account the borrower’s ability to pay, including carrying out an assessment of their income and expenditure. These checks would

Dunk your biscuits in tea, it tastes better!

A CHEF from London has scientifically proven the theory that biscuits taste better when they are dunked in tea. Heston Blumenthal, who owns the 3-Michelin star restaurant The Fat Duck at Bray, Berkshire, conducted lab tests for his new Channel 4 series to work out why people loved to dip a biscuit into their tea. “When you re-hydrate your mouth, like when you have dunked a biscuit, the flavour gets released more because it is warm and wet,” the Mirror quoted him as saying.

“You get a quicker flavour release and it is more powerful. If you have chocolate on one side, if it melts a bit, you get a velvety smooth texture and then the delicious flavour release. “I got very excited. We went to Nottingham University. I think we’re going to publish a scientific paper,” he said. The tea experiment will be featuring in the third episode of Heston’s Fantastical Food series.

be carried out for new loans and each time that an existing loan was rolled over for a new term. It also believes that lenders should do more to help customers in difficulty by freezing penalties and working on a repayment plan. The Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS) said last month that it had given advice to 16,500 people on payday lenders

and that 2,000 of those had at least five current loans. The charity said 173 people it had seen this year had 10 or more. The typical amount owed on payday loans has increased by almost a quarter in the last three years to reach £1,458, which is roughly equal to the monthly average income for a CCCS client. The OFT is currently carrying out a compliance review into payday lenders.

Fruit flavoured cider becomes UK’s fastest growing tipple FRUIT FLAVOURED ciders have become so popular that they are now the UK’s fastest growing alcoholic drinks. Since being launched in the UK three years ago fruit ciders such as elderflower and lime; berry fruits and now even exotic Cloudberry from Scandinavia have grown not only in popularity but also in number with around 30 different varieties currently available. In the last year off-trade sales of fruit ciders have soared by 80 per cent to create a market worth £113 million a year, according to retail analysts AC Nielsen (September 2012). Three years ago Tesco was one of the first major retailers to start selling fruit ciders and initially sold six different varieties. So strong is the demand that the supermarket now sells an incredible 27 different varieties. Tesco cider buyer Kathryn Clarke said: “The re-invention of cider as a fruit-flavoured tipple with increasingly exotic varieties has quickly captured the attention of UK drinkers. “Instead of being a drink that appealed mainly to middle-aged male drinkers cider is now seen as a

tipple that has broadened its appeal to a younger audience of both men and women. “Fruit ciders have what is known in the drinks business as a real ‘shareability ‘ factor – that is that they as popular with men as they are with women and that is their great appeal.” The arrival of pear and fruit ciders in the mid-2000s has more than doubled the value of the UK cider market in just four years to be worth £873 million (AC Nielsen September 2012). According to a report by retail analysts Mintel in 2012 cider now has a strong appeal to women. It states that flavour innovation has been vital in the continued growth of the cider market and keeping it relevant to younger consumers and women. Kathryn Clarke added: “Cider has enjoyed the fastest growth out of any tipple in the UK’s beer, wine and spirits industry for decades. Now because of the huge and growing interest in these fruit ciders, it looks as if the trend will continue for some time.” Tesco works with suppliers to produce exclusive varieties and last week launched Kopparberg’s new Cloudberry cider. Last year it launched Bulmers 17, a mix of red berries and lime.


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 23

THE FOUNTAIN ~ NEW MENU

20% OFF ALL FOOD UNTIL 30TH NOVEMBER

NOT IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY OTHER OFFER

FOOD MENU SANDWICHES

JACKET POTATOES

Fountain Club £6.95 Sussex cheddar & homemade onion marmalade £4.50 Honey roast ham & Sussex cheddar £5.50 Smoked salmon & cream cheese £5.95 Crayfish with Marie rose sauce £5.95 Tuna mayonnaise £4.95 Bacon & brie £5.50 Coronation chicken £4.95 Steak & onion £6.95

1 filling £4.95 2 fillings £5.95 Prawn Marie rosé Cheese Beans Tuna Mayonnaise Chicken & Bacon Meat chilli or Vegetarian chilli

Served on a crusty baguette 75p extra Add chips to any sandwich for £1.50 extra

LIGHT BITES Ploughman’s: Choose from ham, pâté, cheddar, stilton or brie £6.95 or have a mixture £8.95 Warm camembert platter, served with a hot baguette £10.95 Whitebait with Aioli £5.95 Homemade Soup of the day & Bread Roll £4.25 Onion rings £2.95 Garlic Ciabatta £2.95 with cheese £3.50 Chips £2.50 Cheesy Chips £3.25 Smoked fish platter: individual £6.95, sharer £10.95: Smoked salmon, halibut, trout & mackerel, served with warm bread & butter Tex mex platter: individual £6.95, sharer £10.95: Chicken wings, potato wedges, breaded mushrooms, onion rings and dips

TO START... Watercress, pear, walnut & Roquefort salad £4.95 Parsnip & Chestnut croquettes £4.95 Homemade Crab cakes with hot blackened salsa £5.95 Duck & Orange terrine, with homemade chutney £5.25 Scallops, black pudding and pea puree £6.95

MAIN MEALS Badger battered Haddock & Chips £8.95 Honey Roast Ham, Egg & Chips £8.95 Home cooked Stew & Dumplings £7.95 Slow cooked Lamb Shank, with creamy mash & vegetables £11.95 Lamb’s Liver & Bacon, served with mash potatoes £8.95 Scampi & Chips £8.95 Bangers & mash £7.95 Coq au vin with creamy mash £9.95 Caramelized pork belly with parsnip & apple cakes, served with a Perry sauce £10.95 Aubergine & Chickpea tagine £7.95 (v) Harvest vegetable & lentil casserole £7.95 (v)

THE HOMEMADE fOUNTAIN BURGER Beef, Chicken or Vegetarian ~ served with chips & salad £8.95 Choose one of the following toppings: Sussex Cheddar & Bacon Stilton & Bacon Monterey Jack & Barbeque sauce Caribbean reggae reggae sauce Additional toppings at £1 each

PLEASE SEE BOARD fOR SPECIALS, fISH, STEAKS, PIES & PASTA Of THE DAy

The Fountain Menu2.indd 1

07/11/2012 11:52:53

THE FOUNTAIN | 29 SOUTHGATE | CHICHESTER | PO19 1ES

01243 781 352 WWW.FOUNTAINCHICHESTER.CO.UK


24 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

THE VESTRY Christmas Menu

THE founTain Christmas Menu

2 COURSES £16.95 ~ 3 COURSES £19.95

2 COURSES £15.95 ~ 3 COURSES £18.95

STARTERS

STARTERS

HOMEMADE TOMATO & BASIL SOUP, WITH WARM CRUSTY BREAD

FRENCH ONION SOUP SERVED WITH A CHEESE CRUTON ••• SMOKED SALMON WITH A HORSERADDISH CREAM, CREME FRAICHE & BEETROOT ••• DUCK & ORANGE TERRINE SERVED WITH A HOMEMADE WINTER CHUTNEY ••• SAUTEED WILD MUSHROOMS IN A HERB & GARLIC BUTTER SERVED ON TOASTED CIABATTA

••• CHICKEN LIVER PATE, WITH CARAMELISED ONION CHUTNEY ••• FAN OF MELON, WITH BLACKCURRANT SORBET ••• SMOKED SALMON & PRAWN TEIN

MAIN COURSE ROAST TURKEY, STUFFING, SAUSAGE AND BACON ROLL, SEASONAL VEGETABLES, ROAST POTATOES AND A RED WINE JUS ••• ROAST LOIN OF PORK WITH APPLE SAUCE, SEASONAL VEGETABLES, ROAST POTATOES,YORKSHIRE PUDDING AND A RED WINE JUS ••• NUT ROAST, SEASONAL VEGETABLES, NEW POTATOES ••• HOMEMADE FISHCAKE, SEASONAL VEGETABLES, NEW POTATOES AND HOMEMADE TARTARE SAUCE ••• WILD MUSHROOM & THYME RISOTTO

DESSERT CHRISTMAS PUDDING WITH BRANDY SAUCE ••• FRESH FRUIT SALAD WITH CREAM ••• APPLE & WILD BERRY CRUMBLE WITH CUSTARD ••• HOMEMADE MALTEASER CHEESECAKE ••• SELECTION OF CHEESE AND BISCUITS AN OPTIONAL SERVICE CHARGE WILL BE ADDED TO TABLES OVER 6

THE VESTRY 23 SOUTHGATE CHICHESTER PO19 1ES

01243 773358 WWW.THE-VESTRY.CO.UK

MAIN COURSE POACHED LEMON SOLE WITH SAMPHIRE, LEEKS, MUSSELS & SAFFRON POTATOES ••• SLOW ROAST BELLY OF PORK, FONDANT POTATOES & PICKLED RED CABBAGE ••• STUFFED BUTTERNUT SQUASH WITH CHICK PEAS & MORROCAN SPICES ••• TURKEY BREAST ESCALOPE FILLED WITH CRANBERRY & SAUSAGE MEAT WRAPPED IN SMOKEY BACON & SERVED WITH A CRANBERRY SAUCE ••• BEEF STROGANOFF STRIPS OF PRIME HAMPSHIRE RUMP SAUTEED WITH BUTTON MUSHROOMS AND SHALLOTS FINISHED WITH BRANDY AND CREAM SERVED WITH A MUSHROOM GRAIN MASH

DESSERTS CHRISTMAS PUD & BRANDY BUTTER ••• TRADITIONAL RICE PUDDING WITH HOMEMADE JAM ••• LIME AND LEMON BAVAROIS ••• TRIO OF CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE ••• CHEESE & BISCUITS

THE FOUNTAIN 29 SOUTHGATE CHICHESTER PO19 1ES

01243 781 352

WWW.FOUNTAINCHICHESTER.CO.UK


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 25

CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS at Chichester Park Hotel

Christmas Day Lunch £55.00 Per person to include Three Course Meal, Tea & Coffee with Petit Fours & Magician See Website for Christmas Day Menu

New Years Eve Dinner Dance £70.00 Per Person to include Champagne and Canapés on arrival & Five course Gala Dinner & Live Band to 1am Accommodation for only £50.00 for two sharing including Bed & Breakfast See website for Menu

To book a party, for enquiries or to request the booking form, contact the Christmas coordinator on 01243 817436 or email steph@chichesterparkhotel.com Chichester Park Hotel | Madgwick Lane | Westhampnett | CHICHESTER | PO19 7QL

Tel: 01243

817400 www.chichesterparkhotel.com


26 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Health & Beauty

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Chamomile – Natures Gift

RECENTLY my son developed a really husky voice. This is a complete disaster for a boy that’s just about to embark on his first Opera show, and after a month of hoarseness I started to get concerned. He is a typical 10 year old and finds it hard to be quiet unless he is asleep, so when I suggested vocal rest for 24 hrs he wasn’t too happy! I went to see Steve, at the Medicine Gardens in Emsworth, to see if there was something he could take to help improve it rather rapidly, and when he suggested inhaling chamomile flowers soaked in steamy hot water it made such perfect sense. The natural oils in the vapor would help bring down inflammation on the vocal cords and done over a series of nights it really started to improve, which was a massive relief. Chamomile is one of the most widely used flowers for herbal tea and is so popular, it is found in most supermarkets across the UK. It is used as a mild sedative, and is good for insomnia as well as many other nervous conditions. Chamomile is most often used for medicinal purposes, and is usually administered as a tea. It can also be administered as a compress for external healing and as a bath for

Denise Kelly babies as it soothes and relaxes at bedtime and relieves restlessness, teething problems, and colic in children. It is also fantastic at relieving allergies, much as an antihistamine would. It also helps aid digestion when taken as a tea after meals, and can relieve morning sickness during pregnancy. It speeds the healing of skin ulcers, wounds, or burns and treats gastritis and ulcerative colitis. This powerful little flower is also used for the treatment of an unbelievable amount of ailments such as Cardiovascular conditions, Common cold, Diarrhea in children, Eczema, Gastrointestinal conditions, Hemorrhoids, Mucositis from cancer treatment (mouth ulcers/ irritation), Skin inflammation, Sleep aid / sedation, Abdominal bloating, abrasions,

abscesses, acne, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, antispasmodic, antiseptic, anxiety, aromatic, arthritis, asthma, back pain, bedsores, bladder disorders, blood purification, bruises, burns, canker sores, carpal tunnel syndrome, catarrh, chicken pox, constipation, contact dermatitis, cough, Crohn’s disease, croup, delirium tremens (DTs), diuretic (increasing urination), diverticulitis, dry skin, dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation), ear infections, eye disorders (blocked tear ducts), eye infections, fatty liver, fever, fistula healing, frostbite, gallstones, gingivitis, gout, hay fever, headaches, heartburn, hives, hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), hysteria, impetigo, inflammatory conditions, insect bites, insomnia, intestinal cramps, irregular menstrual cycles, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney disorders, liver disorders, low back pain, mastitis (breast inflammation), menopause, menstrual cramps, menstrual disorders, morphine withdrawal, motion sickness, muscle strength, nasal inflammation, nausea, nervous stomach, neuralgia (nerve pain), nightmares, oral hygiene (mouthwash), osteoporosis, parasites/worms, peptic ulcers, poison

ivy, post-natal depression, psoriasis, rash (heat), respiratory inflammatory, restlessness, rheumatism, sciatica, seizure disorder, sinusitis, stomach cramps, sunburn, sunstroke, teething pain (mouth rinse), tension toothache, travel sickness, tuberculosis, ulcerative colitis, ulcers, uterine disorders, uterine stimulant, uterine tonic, vaginal infections, viral infection and vomiting and nausea. Wow, I can come up for air after that extensive and incredible list! Hopefully now you can now understand why chamomile is a valuable herbal commodity and that no household should ever be without it, whether it be the natural flowers, aromatherapy oil, tea or homeopathic pill. This herb is naturally amazing! Denise Kelly is a BANT (British association of Nutritional therapists) registered Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist. She writes Nutrition Programs for a variety of organisations and has a private practise in Chichester, West Sussex and is the founder of K4 Fit Kidz. Tel: 01243 528040 www.denisekelly.co.uk

Celebs go BearFaced for Children in Need

Britain on brink of a poor vision time bomb

ALONG with a host of internationally renowned celebrities, BBC Children in Need has launched its first ever 'BearFaced Day' campaign last week, which encourages women across the UK to go without make up to help raise money for disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. A host of sensational celebrities have gone 'BearFaced' in support of the campaign by taking part in a make-up free photo shoot by top photographer Rankin. Celebrities include models and television personalities Heidi Klum, Jodie Kidd and Abbey Clancy; media personality Louise Redknapp; TV presenters Caroline Flack and Julia Bradbury; journalist and current affairs presenter Sian Williams; and worldrenowned singer Lulu. 'BBC Children in Need are thrilled to launch our first ever BearFaced campaign. Not only is this a lovely campaign for women across the UK to take part in and have fun with, but a campaign which we hope will go on to raise money for children and young people in the UK who really do need our help' says Sarah Monteith, Director of Marketing and Fundraising BBC Children in Need. BBC Children in Need's BearFaced Day is another fun, simple way that people can get involved with this year's Campaign and help raise as much money as possible. You can simply ask friends, family and colleagues to

GAZING at screen-based devices 24/7 has put a dangerous strain on our nation's eyes, according to a new report by Optical Express. The Glaring Truth: the State of the Nation's Eyes, an in-depth report based on a nationwide consumer survey, was commissioned by Optical Express to mark its 21st anniversary as the leading eye care specialists in the UK. A survey of UK adults set out to test people's perceptions about the importance of eyesight and eye care, their personal lifestyle habits and their level of awareness about the importance of looking after their eyes. Findings pertaining to our increased usage of screen-based technology and its impact on eyesight are particularly alarming. 69% of respondents currently wear prescription glasses or contact lenses. More than one in four adults (26%) said that they had visited an optician because their eyes felt tired from using a PC or watching TV or other screens, with a significantly high percentage of young adults reporting eye strain as a result of using screen-based technology for both work and leisure. Nearly one quarter (22%) of 25-34 yearolds said they had visited an optician because their eyes feel tired when viewing a TV, PC, tablet or phone screen, whilst 17% of 18-24 year-olds said they consulted an optician because their eyes feel tired - more than any other age group. World-renowned ophthalmic surgeon

sponsor you or you can show you're part of the tribe by putting your own take on Pudsey's pawprint on your face - a "beauty spot"- like paw in eyeliner, a Pudsey pawprint press-on tattoo, or even diamante spots! For more information about the Campaign and how you can get involved, visit bbc.co.uk/Pudsey. From the 5th November, you can also buy exclusive Pudsey Pawprint temporary Tattoos from your local Post Office or from the Post Office online store to show your support of the campaign. A Pawprint will cost you just 50p, and our fantastic friends at the Post Office are generously donating all proceeds from the sale of this product less VAT (42p) to BBC Children in Need. The BBC Children in Need Appeal 2011 raised a record breaking £46 million and this year we hope to break the record again!

Steve Schallhorn, Chairman of Optical Express' International Medical Advisory Board (IMAB) and former Head of Refractive Surgery for the US Navy and advisor to NASA, said that the results have verified the fears of the Board members as well as eye care professionals worldwide. He said: "There is no doubt that daily and prolonged use of screens can have a detrimental impact on eyesight. Our dependence on and usage of screen-based devices is set to increase even further with technological advances and our change in lifestyle. If left unchecked, the UK could face considerable problems with eyesight across the country." "Our research shows that younger patients, or the "Net Generation" as we call it, are the most at risk. We now have evidence that declining sight problems begins at a much younger age than experienced by previous generations, particularly for those who do not have a genetic pre-disposition or other health problems such as diabetes. We are seeing average, healthy patients develop vision problems at a higher rate than ever before, which, if left unchecked, could lead to serious long term problems," reports Schallhorn. The fact that growing numbers of young adults are experiencing eye strain and difficulty in seeing middle distance - the 'space' that demands so much of our focus as we view and interact with screens - is hardly surprising when related to the amount of time spent using high-technology screen devices.


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 27

Waxing & Beauty Therapy

4 The Chambers “Ground Floor” HARMONY ACUTHERAPY “First Floor”

28 Chapel Street, Chichester. PO19 1DL

Advanced Bookings Now Taken Email: gracewaxingandbeautytherapy@gmail.com Phone: 07843-792544 OR Text

FEMALE WAXING LEGS: ½ leg (knee to toes) £12 Bikini £7 full leg & bikini £26 full leg £20 ¾ Leg £18 ½ leg (thigh & bikini) £20 ½ leg (thigh) £15 ARMS: Underarm Forearm full arm & underarm full arm

£7 £9 £18 £12

FACE: eyebrow shape lip or chin lip & chin face (sides)

£7 £4 £7 £7

INTIMATE: extended bikini Brazilian Hollywood

£10 £18 £23

MALE WAXING Body frame TORSO: Chest Abdomen Chest & abdomen Lower back Upper back & shoulders Full back & shoulders Patches from

Small Medium Large £10 £10 £18 £10

£15 £15 £25 £15

£20 £20 £30 £20

£10 £18 £7

£15 £25

£20 £30

Relaxing facial treatment 1hr £25 Includes cleanse, tone, exfoliate, 20 minute face & shoulder massage, mask, tone & moisturize. Eyelash tint Eyebrow tint Eyelash & brow tint Eyebrow shape & tint

£10 £6 £15 £12

Qualified Beauty Therapist since 1983 I.T.E.C. and City & Guilds Offering: P.H.D. safe wax The only hygienic system of waxing, eliminating the risk of cross—infection. UNBEATABLE PRICES - Why pay more? Insurance held by The Beauty Guild 10% OFF FOR STUDENTS WITH A VALID I.D CARD.


28 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Fashion

Got any fashion tips? @chiherald

Kim Kardashian: Stars should recycle fashion

Shapewear just got seriously sexy

KIM KARDASHIAN thinks it's "ridiculous" that people assume celebrities should only wear an outfit once. The reality TV beauty is admired for her sexy style and looks to fellow stars for fashion inspiration. Britain's Duchess of Cambridge was praised for recycling her lace Alice Temperley dress to the University of St Andrews 600th Anniversary Fundraising Auction in London last night after wearing it to the War Horse premiere in the UK capital in January. Kim loves how Catherine donned the elegant floorsweeping gown to two high profile events. "I think she's just a class act. She really knows how to put things together very appropriately. She's just super chic and stylish," she said in an interview with UK TV show Lorraine. "I love that [she recycled her gown]. It's kind of ridiculous to assume that you'd wear something once and never wear it again. I love wearing the same thing and switching it up a bit." Kim and sister Kourtney are currently in

FASHIONISTA'S up and down the country have had their prayers answered as the previously unattractive lingerie, known as shapewear has just got sexy, thanks to high street retailer Debenhams. Nowadays shapewear is a must-have component of the modern female’s wardrobe so it needs to be both fashionable and functional. When most people think of shapewear, big ugly pants and scary corsets come to mind but fear not Debenhams is here to save the day by bringing sexy new shapewear to women all over the UK. Shapewear isn’t just about big knickers - control lingerie covers a huge range of undergarments designed to help smooth out any lumps and bumps and make the wearer look noticeably slimmer. The new range, which is available in stores and online, consists of practical pants, body shapers, slips and sexy shaping tights. You can find fashionable pieces adorned with detailed lace and pretty patterns – materials not usually associated with shapewear. The products are available in a range of colours – not just in 50 shades of beige.

the UK to launch their clothing collection with high street retailer Dorothy Perkins. Mother-of-two Kourtney is in awe of the unique and refreshing British sense of style. "I think the style here is so eclectic, every single woman that we've come across they all dress so differently which I love. It's not like everyone is wearing clones of the same thing," she smiled.

Rochelle from The Saturdays, Beyoncé, Jessica Alba, Eva Longoria, Kourtney Kardashian and Adele have all openly talked about wearing shapewear. Gone are the days where shapewear is regarded as a faux pas. In the last five years sales of Debenhams shapewear have increased by 200%. Thankfully the new sexy shapewear is equipped with the latest innovative materials so you can look noticeably slimmer without cutting off your blood circulation. Shapewear prices start from £10 to £89. Debenhams is currently offering 20% off selected lines of shapewear until 9th November.

Gok Wan launches Winter 2012 collection FOLLOWING on from a hugely successful 1st year of Gok for TU at Sainsbury's, Gok Wan launches his Winter 2012 collection today. The show-stopping Winter collection focuses on statement dresses and versatile separates and is packed full of bold feminine styles and beautiful silhouettes. Ultimate staples such as the bestselling perfect skinny jeans are back, along with new feminine tops, stunning knitwear and slimming skirts. Inspired by great Hollywood film icons such as Grace Kelly, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, this is the ultimate party collection and Gok at his best - sophisticated, glamorous and effortlessly chic. Texture, embellishments and layering in an opulent colour palette of scarlet, black, oyster and this season's dramatic jewel print, bring a touch of luxury to a carefully considered range of Christmas 'must haves'. From essential party dresses to stylish separates, this 21 piece range comes in sizes 8 to 22 to ensure every woman can look and feel fabulous this season, whatever their shape. The collection boasts a dress for every occasion from the Corded Lace Shift Dress (available in scarlet or black), which subtly skims the figure to offer a more demure evening style, to the sleek and sexy Slash Neck Lurex Ponte dress, which is perfect for partying. For the real showstopper, look no further than the Goddess Wrap dress which includes a detachable embellished gold statement belt that can be removed post Christmas and worn well into 2013 for both

day or night. All dresses come with ingenious built in control slips to help smooth out any problem areas. Separates include soft delicate knit sweaters and cardigans with textured scalloped detailing, peter pan collar blouses and the perfect pussybow blouse with bodybalancing blouson sleeves. All pieces look great teamed with the Tapered Trouser or tucked into the Split Skirt. Gok Wan comments: "This collectionis about flaunting your figure, it's grown up glamour and sophistication. Just gorgeous!” Gok for TU Winter 2012 collection comprises 21 pieces, totaling 31 styles, when including multiple colour ways. Prices range from £20 to £65.


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 29

Transform your home for less

WInDoWs • Doors ConserVaTorIes upto

Doors from £599 Includes fitting & VaT

45% off

Book your free no-obligation appointment today Beautiful

Bi-fold Doors

VIsIT our rose green shoWroom

01243 268777 w w w. Br i t anniaW in do w s . co . uk Limited time offers avaiLabLe. terms and Conditions appLy. disCount based on voLume.


30 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Home & Garden

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

November jobs in the garden Many people think that we are in a quiet period in the garden but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Jo Golesworthy lists the things to be getting on with this weekend.

WHETHER it’s in the vegetable garden, the shrub beds or tree care, there are 101 jobs that can be done in the garden. It’s dark when we leave for work and dark when we get home so use this weekend to make the most of the fresh air. Vegetable jobs: - Plant garlic for a summer crop. Either straight into the ground, protected with fleece or into seed trays in a glass house to

Plant broad beans now for an early summer harvest plant out in March. - Sow broad beans. These hardy seeds can go straight into the ground and will produce a crop a early as April. - Harvest any bolting leeks - Cover any open spaces with mulch or organic compost from your compost bin to help feed the ground and hold back weeds. Border jobs:

- Plant tulip bulbs in pots or in the ground. Plant them before the end of November to prevent tulip blight. Plant in a hole around twice the depth of the bulb. - Prune back large roses and late summer flowering shrubs. Avoid anything that flowers over winter such as Forsythia. - Clear any remaining weeds and mulch the ground to prevent any more coming back. - Prune and remove dead branches from any deciduous trees. - Tie in any climbing plants to prevent damage from wind and heavy rain. - Cover hellebores for early flowers Herb garden: - Cut and store any remaining fresh herbs in the garden before the frosts get going. - Protect your sage from harsh weather as the leaves are quite delicate. - Plant any seeds that need stratification (a cold period before germinating) such as arnica and sweet violets. - Summer herbs brought from super markets will need to be kept somewhere as warm and bright as possible. A heated conservatory is

Sage

perfect. Kids garden: - Make fat balls to feed the birds. You can collect drippings from the kitchen or buy some lard quite cheaply.

For more information on any of the ideas above, or for guidance on any gardening matters please contact Jo at jgolesworthy@hotmail.com or 07757 276794


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Property

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 31

Find your perfect property

In Chichester & the surrounding areas

y: t r pe o r eP r u t l Fea twel Fon

0 0 5,0

7 4 ÂŁ

An extensively refurbished and extended detached brick and flint cottage situated between Chichester and Arundel, new gas c.h., wiring and plumbing, reception hall, triple aspect lounge and vaulted ceiling, conservatory, newly fitted kit/brk rm, sitting rm/study, gr fl bed with en suite, three further bedrooms, two bathrooms, dble and single garage, gardens of approx. 1/3 of an acre. Potential annexe, planning approval for ground floor master bedroom. For more information, contact Coastguards Estate Agents on www.coastguardsproperty.co.uk

01243 267026

Inside: Local sales and rentals | Coastguards | Whitlocks | Feature Properties


32 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

WEST SUSSEX COUNTY COUNCIL Section 116 and Schedule 12 of the Highways Act 1980. Notice of intention to apply to stop up the highway at The Fish House, High Street, Chilgrove, West Sussex, PO18 9HX NOTICE is given that West Sussex County Council as Highway Authority for the County of West Sussex INTENDS to apply to Chichester Magistrates Court sitting at 6 Market Avenue, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1YE with a postal address of The Law Courts, Christchurch Road, Worthing, West Sussex, BN11 1JE on 17 December 2012 for an Order under section 116 of the Highways Act 1980 authorising the stopping up of an area of the highway being the paved area directly outside the front entrance of The Fish House Restaurants at High Street, Chilgrove, West Sussex, PO18 9HX as shown hatched in black on the attached plan with reference “WS1” (the “Plan”) on the ground that the highway is unnecessary. A copy of the draft Order and Plan may be inspected free of charge on the notices displayed at The Fish House, High Street, Chilgrove, West Sussex, PO18 9HX Any person to whom this Notice has been given or who uses the highway specified or who would be aggrieved by the making of the Order may appear before the Magistrates’ Court to raise an objection to make a representation on the application. Any person intending to appear before the Magistrates’ Court at the hearing of the application is requested to inform Miss Rebecca Chaplin of Wannops LLP, south Pallant House, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TH before 17 December 2012 Quoting reference RJC/THE22-1. Dated 12/11/12 Miss Rebecca Chaplin, Wannops LPP, South Pallant House, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TH

Why are Brits missing out on Spanish property bargains? AT THE HEIGHT of the boom, Brits made up 60 to 70% of foreign property purchases in Spain. By 2011 this British proportion had dropped to 19% with other European investors snapping at their heels. Agent Spanish Hot Properties fears the Brits are missing out. Nick Stuart, Director of Spanish Hot Properties, gives his opinion, “In 2011 Brits bought only 4,294 of the 22,260 Spanish properties sold to foreigners, a measly 19%, and I fear they’re losing their chance. Likewise the Germans, who once dominated certain locations, have seen their share slip to 8%. I can’t get my head round this as, whilst the Brits and Germans watch Spanish property bargain after Spanish property bargain fly off the shelves, the Scandinavians, Dutch, Belgians and Russians are making hay and snapping up the best value homes we’ve seen in more than a decade.” Of course there could be several reasons why the frighteners have gone on the Brits and Germans when it comes to Spanish property – not least the looming prospect of an economic bailout. Nick continues, “Prime Minister Rajoy has implemented a raft of cost cutting procedures from labour reforms to tax hikes. He has also set up a bad bank to swallow up to 90 billion euros-worth of foreclosed assets - a condition of any European bailout. However, despite all this, certain economists in Frankfurt

and London still believe that the Spanish economy is to fall off a cliff and we’ll be exiting the euro and paying with pesetas once more. I can’t see this happening, Germany will not allow the Euro or Eurozone to collapse, they will write a bailout cheque. If I am right, then this means that further house price collapse is going to be minimal rather than colossal – and bear in mind the best bargains are already near sold-out.” Some Brits also cite the exchange rate as another reason to avoid a Spanish

Private - For Sale

property purchase. Correct, at the height of the boom, this time back in 2006, a 200,000 euro apartment would have cost 134,000 GBP - today 160,000 GBP. But, sterling is currently towards the upper end of its five year range versus the euro and today’s 1.25 euro exchange rate is far healthier than the near pound-euro parity suffered in January 2009. What’s more, according to leading economists, those waiting for a return to 1.40 or 1.50 euros to the pound are being completely unrealistic.

reduced: £94,995

8 Dove Court, Sherwood Road, North Bersted, Bognor Regis, West Sussex, PO22 9TP A TWO bedroom first floor age restricted apartment situated in this favoured purpose built retirement development on the outskirts of Bognor Regis. Private entrance leading into lobby with stair lift rising to the first floor landing. Kitchen with double glazed window, generous sitting room, bedrooms with built in wardrobes and bathroom with bath and shower over. 24hr careline facility. The development offers a resident manager, communal residents lounge, well maintained communal gardens and communal laundry room. No Forward Chain. For further information or viewing, contact: pauladams60@btinternet.com or 07599 530755.


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 33

Coastguards Estate Agents 6 Coastguards parade, 113 Barrack Ln, Aldwick, West Sussex PO21 4DX

office@coastguardsproperty.co.uk www.coastguardsproperty.co.uk

Tel: 01243 267026 ALDWICK

£325,000

A three bedroom first floor apartment in development of six in walled gardens immediately adjacent to the beach, gas central heating, u.P.V.C. double glazed, carpets, cloakroom, lounge, dining room with library area, South facing balcony, kitchen, master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing area, second bathroom, garage. UNOBSTRUCTED SEA VIEWS

ALDWICK BAY ESTATE

£670,000

CRAIGWEIL PRIVATE ESTATE £465,000

ALDWICK BAY ESTATE

A spacious detached house situated in quiet cul-de-sac of private marine estate within 100 yards of the private beach. The current owners have carried out a comprehensive programme of extension and modernisation . G.F.H., u.P.V.C. double glazing, fascias & soffits, cavity wall insulation, cloakrm, lounge, dining rm, sitting rm, kit/breakfast rm, master bedrm with en suite bathrm, four further bedrms, second bathrm, shower rm, balcony, integral garage and gardens including a secluded courtyard garden with heated swimming pool.

A detached cottage style house situated in a cul-de-sac of the private estate just 300 yards from the private beach. G.F.H, u.P.V.C. d/glazing, triple aspect lounge, good sized dining room, fitted kitchen with separate utility room, cloakroom, four bedrooms (one with walkin wardrobe/storage area), bathroom, garage and delightful mature gardens.

A well presented detached chalet house situated in the Aldwick Bay private marine estate approx. 400 yards from the private beach. The property has been made the subject of a programme of refurbishment in recent years. G.F.H, u.P.V.C. double glazing, fascias & soffits, spacious triple aspect ‘L’ shaped living room, dining room, fitted kit/breakfast room, shower room, conservatory, utility room/workshop, games room/bedroom, four bedrooms, good sized bathroom, garage with carport and gardens. N.B. The large games room/bedroom will take a full sized snooker table or could provide annexe accommodation if desired.

NYETIMBER

NYETIMBER

ALDWICK

£425,000

A detached family house with attached self contained annexe situated in a cul-de-sac. The property is built on a larger than average plot. The specification includes g.f.h, dble glazing, cloakrm, lounge, dining rm, study, kitchen, utility rm, master bedrm with en suite shower rm, three further bedrms, bathrm. Self contained annexe with large living room incorporating a kitchenette, a bedrm and shower rm. The property benefits from a large plot with brick paved parking areas and a good sized lawned garden.

£275,000

An extended and stylish semi-detached bungalow situated in a quiet cul-de-sac. The property has been made the subject of a programme of extension and remodelling for the current owner. G.F.H., u.P.V.C. d/glazing, fascias & soffits, lounge, dining rm, fitted kitchen with breakfast rm, utility rm, two double bedrms, shower rm, large double length garage & delightful easily maintained hard landscaped gardens including a West facing rear.

£435,000

£219,950

A stylishly presented two bedroom first floor apartment situated approx. 400 yards from the beach. The specification includes g.f.h., delightful dual aspect living rm, fitted kitchen, bathroom, separate w.c./cloakroom, single garage with additional parking for several vehicles, use of the landscaped communal gardens and storage area beneth the main building. Residents of The Grange have access to a private beach via gate in nearby Waters Edge.


34 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

M&S EX-DISPLAY CHAIR & SOFA

CLEARANCE SALE

SALE NOW ON

(Maximum 2 of each item in stock, so 1st come 1st served)

EVERYTHING

LEATHER - FROM £99

MUST GO

TWO SEATER SOFAS FABRIC FROM £129

NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED (Pictures for illustration only)

TAKE AWAY ON THE DAY

01243 863363

SALE NOW ON

THREE SEATER SOFAS FABRIC FROM £159

FOOTSTOOLS (FABRIC & LEATHER) FROM £39

SALE NOW ON

LEATHER - FROM £149

LEATHER - FROM £179

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

CHAIRS FABRIC FROM £79

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

SALE NOW ON

Open Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat 10am - 6pm Sunday - 11am - 4pm Mon & Weds - CLOSED Unit 15 CastleGrove Bus. PK Durban Rd, Bognor PO22 9QT


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 35

THE TRANQUILITY RANGE OF LUXURY RISER RECLINER CHAIRS (MADE BY JOYNSON HOLLAND FOR WILLIS & GAMBIER) (LEATHER, FABRIC AND PU IN A WIDE RANGE OF COLOURS)

NO VAT CHARGED FOR ELIGIBLE CUSTOMERS. COLLECTOR OR LOCAL DELIVERYFOR AVAILABLE COLLECT GET LOCAL- DELIVERY JUST £10!

FURNITURE WAREHOUSE - BOGNOR BED CENTRE Unit 79/80 Shrivenham 100 Bus. Pk. Watchfield, Swindon, SN6 8TY

CALL: 01243 863363

VALUTECH LTD

OPEN TUES, THURS, FRI & SAT 10AM - 6PM, SUNDAY - 11AM - 4PM, MON & WEDS - CLOSED UNIT 15 CASTLE01793 GROVE BUS. PK, DURBAN ROAD, BOGNOR PO22 9QT 780065

• Deep, soft cushioning, with padded arms and wings make the Recliners a must when it comes to comfort • Power motion to ensure ease of exit • Quietest of Motors (OKIN) with emergency battery power back up • Reclines to full fl at bed position • Pressure cut off system, to avoid entrapment • Full 1 year Willis & Gambier warranty


36 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

CAR AND VAN HIRE IN CHICHESTER

Motors

Sponsored by Panther Truck Rental 01243 778109 www.panthertruckrental.co.uk

The cost to defrost your car UK motorists will waste nearly £50 million of fuel this winter by leaving their cars to idle with the engine running in order to defrost them, a new study of regular drivers by Direct Line Car Insurance has discovered. The fuel wasted equates to over 300 million road miles and would enable someone to drive an average size car more than 13,000 times around the world. This large amount of money going up in smoke is despite the average person taking only three minutes to defrost their car; with high fuel costs, even the smallest amount of waste can cost motorists dear. The study also found that five per cent of motorists admitted to letting their engine run for ten or more minutes before setting off on their journeys, making them responsible for £2.45 million of the total wasted on fuel. Wasting money on fuel is not the only thing motorists should be worried about. Of those questioned, 42 per cent admitted to leaving their cars unattended with the keys in the ignition, making them a perfect target for thieves and risking invalidating their insurance should the car be stolen. Steve Price, head of Direct Line Car Insurance, said: "With fuel prices having risen more than 40 pence per litre since

2007, it makes more sense than ever to consider alternative methods of defrosting your car on icy days. "It is really important that drivers never leave their cars unattended with the keys in the ignition under any circumstances, but particularly when defrosting their cars. Many of us are pressed for time in the mornings and so leaving your car to warm up whilst running back indoors to tie up some loose ends can seem like a clever use of our time. However, if a theft occurs under these circumstances policyholders may not be covered." Prevention is better than cure. Where available, park your car in a garage overnight in order to drive away frost-free, and without any scraping, in the morning Alternatively, invest in a windscreen frost guard for around £6.99 or a car cover from £27.99 to £34.99, depending on the size of your vehicle Night before aerosol sprays are available (£2.99) as another preventative measure. You spray your car's windows when leaving it overnight and the ingredients prevent the ice from building on the glass For quick and easy ice removal, invest in a cheap de-icer aerosol, available for

CAR HIRE

Daily rates start at just £30.00 + Vat, include insurance Hire for a minimum of one week and pay just £1

VAN HIRE

All sizes available with Transit vans starting at just £ Hire a Transit for a minimum of one week and pay just Comprehensive range of vehicles from Berlingo vans u

TYRES

Not many people know that we can also supply and fit of tyres for both car and commercial. Contact us for a fr Van Tyres 185 x 14 / 195 x 14 £45.00 + Vat. 185 x 15 /

Call us now and find out why we are The Areas Competitive Rates All Year Round Discounts On all Weekly Rentals Insurance Included In All Rates Unlimited Mileage On all Rentals

£1.99, coupled with a scraper for 99 pence, remembering to clear all the windows around the car. Failure to fully de-ice your windscreen could land you with a fine and even points on your license If you do not want to purchase a car cover, an old blanket will do the trick. Lift the windscreen wipers up, stretch the blanket across the windscreen and secure it in place

CAR AND VAN HIRE IN CHICHESTER

FAMILY RUN BUSIN

www.panthertruckrental.co.uk

QUARRY LANE

CHICHESTER

by closing it in the front passenger and driver doors, then lower the windscreen wipers. In the morning, remove the blanket to reveal an ice-free windscreen. You should allow an extra ten minutes in the mornings to de-ice your car and sit in it whilst it is warming up, only setting off once all windows are clear and you have full visibility

West Sussex Trading Standards Buy With Confidence Approved Trader

FANTASTIC VALUE CAR HIRE FROM CHICHESTER’S OLDEST ESTABLISHED VEHICLE RENTAL COMPANY

£99.00 + Vat For 7 Days BOOK ONLINE NOW AT - www.panthertruckrental.co.uk

Group A Car

DON’T FORGET WE ALSO SELL REMOVALS BOXES / PARCEL TAPE / BUBBLE WRAP AND MUCH MORE............ 12 X 9 X 9 BOXES - JUST 0.75p EACH

PARCEL TAPE 0.99p PER ROLL

22 X 14 X 14 BOXES - JUST 1.99 EACH 24 X 18 X 18 BOXES - JUST 2.99 EACH

FAMILY RUN BUSINESS - ESTABLISHED 1987

www.panthertruckrental.co.uk

e-mail enquiries@panthertruckrental.co.uk

QUARRY LANE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE

BUBBLE WRAP AT ONLY £1.99 FOR 10 METRES

TAPE GUN £4.99

CHICHESTER 01243 778109


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 37

PRICEFALL Advertiser’s Announcement

GET A VIP PASS – IT’S YOUR LICENCE TO MAKE A KILLING ON A NEW CAR

100 cars sold in weekend after King offers once-in-a-lifetime VIP deals Limited numbers – phone the number below for your VIP Security Pass FORGET about new Bond movie Skyfall, Richmond’s VIP PRICEFALL is the blockbuster of the year. More than 100 motorists bought a new car at the weekend after MD Michael Nobes “made it too hard to resist” with sensational deals.

VIP Security Passes - essential to qualify for a oncein-a-lifetime deal - ran out within hours last Thursday but they are now available for THIS WEEKEND. Phone the number at the bottom of this page to book your

ON HIS MAJESTY’S SERVICE: King Bond

VIP Pass for next weekend’s offers, which the King has negotiated with manufacturers Citroen and Hyundai.

The King said last night: “We issued 150 VIP Passes at the weekend and 103 people bought a car. “That ought to tell you what sort of discounts we offered. Other companies complain about slow car sales. “But it’s just a matter of offering so much value the customer cannot say No. It ain’t rocket science.” The man who shot to fame by cutting prices and opening new dealerships at the heart of the credit crunch persuaded Hyundai and Citroen bosses to boost the recovery with incredible deals. Mr Nobes revealed he has now persuaded the car makers to offer a limited number of deals again this weekend. The King - the ONLY car dealer in Britain to be a bona fide member of the Royal Family - took off his Royal robes and rolled up his sleeves to help cope with crowds of customers who descended on the Richmond showroom. The King, who has never forgotten that he used to be an ordinary member of the public himself, even helped his embattled sales staff by showing customers cars. One said yesterday: “We had seen pictures of the King in the papers like everyone else - but we never thought we would be meeting him in person. “Mind you the biggest shock was the money we paid for our new Hyundai ix20.” The King said: “Unfortunately we cannot offer VIP deals to everyone as numbers are limited by the manufacturers. “We can only off these special discounts to customers who call in advance to be issued their VIP Security Pass. Call the number below today to get on the list.”

Book your chance to get a once-in-a-lifetime bargain - By Royal Appointment ONLY THE King of Cars has negotiated a LIMITED NUMBER of deals directly with the manufacturer and these will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and by prior appointment ONLY. For your appointment call Celia Smith on this number.

07511 906016

Fitzherbert Road, Farlington, Portsmouth PO6 1RU

Havant Road

WE ARE HERE Drayton

A3M

Farlington A27 A27

Eastern Road to Portsmouth


38 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Sport

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Motor Sport

Twenty years strong THE 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed (5-7 July) theme will celebrate the best of the first 20 years of this, the world’s most popular motor sport and car culture event. Next summer’s Festival of Speed will focus on highlights from the Goodwood event’s glittering history. The biggest, best, fastest, loudest and most outrageous vehicles of all time will be invited back to West Sussex in early July 2013 for a weekend not to be missed. Star cars and motorcycles, plus drivers and riders from each of the world’s major motor sport disciplines, past and present, will be featured at Goodwood, including champions from Formula 1, Indycar, the World Rally Championship, Superbikes, NASCAR, World Sports Cars and Touring Cars. 1993-2012 Goodwood plans to recapture many of the outstanding Festival of Speed moments from the 1993-2012 era, whether that’s great cars from the USA and elsewhere making a rare return to the UK; or famous car/driver

pairings reunited. The Festival will see all manner of memorable - and often outrageous contraptions on the 1.16-mile hillclimb. Expect to see truly diverse range of vehicles, from pioneering steam cars to Dakar trucks – and perhaps even a Soapbox racer or two – in additional to historic dragsters doing burnouts outside Goodwood House. Goodwood also hopes to have the newly-completed and running Bloodhound Land Speed Record car on display just days before its trip to South Africa for the land speed record attempt. MICHELIN SUPERCAR PADDOCK The Michelin Supercar Paddock will once again feature a mouth-watering selection of the world’s most recent and sought-after high performance cars, as well as offering the rare chance to see them in action on Goodwood’s famous hillclimb. At the top of the Hill, Goodwood is planning significant layout and content developments to the Top Paddock and Forest Rally Stage, which will once more feature the greatest cars and drivers from the history of

rallying. TWO WHEELS On two wheels, motorcycles will again provide some of the most dramatic action of the Festival weekend, with world champion riders aboard the most iconic machines of the last century. Additionally, for the first time, a dedicated area will provide a special focus for the motorcycle content and for riders attending the Festival in the popular exhibition site. Away from the action on the Hill, the Cartier ‘Style et Luxe’ concours d’elegance will provide a bastion of cultured calm as always, with some of the world’s most extraordinary vehicles displayed in relaxed surroundings, accompanied by a soundtrack of fine jazz. As on the Hill, the selection of cars on the Cartier Lawn will celebrate the very best content from the first 20 years of the Festival of Speed. GAS The immensely popular Goodwood Action Sports (GAS) Arena will be bigger and better than ever, offering yet more high-octane

e 11 20 kl n | H al ber ee viv tem w Fashio Re ep E | E dS od ion rt y 2n wo FR | Spo da ood tit Fri ur w s e G pe Yo e: Ne Th m sid Co

y

nses llio rout miex bus 18 ste Suss wa West ts s to caing cut 12 tope fund cil mor unting in CoResul

Fash Fa ion sh faux io pa n s

M

a | Tr

ve

usi

| B m y ne yhe ma all otb T Fo OR SP

Mo l |

ne ss o | M to rs

30

11

PE

D

11

PE D

PO C R, T. TE D@B HESMPE HIC A , C ST AY E: W 6 BY 2 57 LE 34 2 APP 89 11 07 L: TE

F OF

AM

%

CH E: ICH ST ES AM TE PE R, D@ PO BT 19 .C OM

AVIT , IN 11 RY E... 20 NA R TH IO MO 30 AT H ST C PT D MU SE SE D TIL ES AN UN PR NS ER IO 19 M T O

10

TT

LE

ST

6

e

7

F

styl

s on ti ns lu sio so ca ng oc ri l te ia ca spec e ok ose sp Be r th fo

19 O 8 , P 39 er 67 st 9 5 he 72 ic : 07 Ch el T e, Av h om it .c fr ail 22 gm t@ ea

OF

ife | L

c

n

11 APPLEBY WAY, CHICHESTER, TEL: 07892 342 PO19 576 E: STAMPED@B T.COM

AM

ER P TIO RE NS SSE AN D S D TA M TIO UC H NA M RY UN OR , IN TIL E.. V IT . SE APT TE 11 AP L: 30 07 PLEB TH 89 2 YW 20 34 AY 11 2 57 ,

%

ns

tes

me

se

1lQ

s

TT

rou

o | H

3

19

er

, po

LE

rs

30

nk

STAMPED

10% OFF 7

ST

10

11

OFF

ail.com e, 07729 Av Tel: Tel: 07729 567398 om

.c ve, om Ch ic Te he l: 07 ster 72 9 5 , PO 67 19 39 8

bus

Dri

c , et

heS

10%

& d pas oo | F ux n fa n shio io Fa sh Fa

atc w

se

l el

W

Je

ssex t su es 8 W 951 ter, 78 es 3 ch 24 chi 01 et, Tel:

re st

th 22 fri

1lQ po19 il

ST

ney

nt

ry

th

ex, t suss er, Wes518 chichest 789 street, Tel: 01243

ED AMP

| M o

me

le el w

s ce

or

th 74 nor

ea 22 f t

r il.c gm ith @gma le@rs a A eat

Wel ery Je loW

7

el

ain

Je

ly nT ge id Ur pa

ken

d

o Br

ri

n

3

7

| Tr av

Foo | B usi nes SP tball s OR ma | M oto T yhem

tert

Te

ld

Go

lonTe Wa id W er rices pa y Top p JeW el l loWeryeJeW rs ellers

to t, id un qu qu m te re et re re ea m llo m , si repe eu nu us re s l et m am ni de mpo am stia ag m qu bea qu re site in d lm m hi nita rero core t eu uam o. Se llut e os nn ni m s au iatq blab faci o no is su anda . M no rr i m ribu u po elit iand nem m eq qu co i te io ru uc us cons num qu atem acia m in nd fe m less itin re, pore ru pt cor da i ve t ve an qu nt iti der , o t , od i au cim aior l in ae m ia lore ss . U e de en st ei tu ebit tiu sd am vo ae ni tem qu cil G ctii su us tat qu re ne m igen un leca bo le pl ve vend even a se giae facc t in rrum facc t co t ol ad fu et olup lla ri s ric et quo iet ibus e ve m es so s m dolu ni m m po Dist ru igen qu qu t la iliam t lis cim com odis ter ut i cone unte pa se et es gi . E uc ti tem et t ul nit ad sim quas od lless ga Icid ? U os du ea ich tas s am fu au is Ch po cu ed im ga. ctur mai iant ut un qu olup st min qu ficia ss tior m nta of t di ni max m fu cone late m qu im nim t rem e on es alitio di et sc e o es eu s no en s m lut un t qu m di t la us a iam tate pedi qu m et rspi ab id cu nu e si do alia lacc is er orep e re uid i qu au eu ru de unt qu ma ur ac sae stem t eb mol ca aliq te qu atur , sa fe i, re m st an qu te a ti nd re odis ae ei r m lore os nd sa ate is vi sam s si essi vele der , o vo t rp eo r ra exer ectu m en st pe rum bo vide s eict at um t G tii

p

ra

pp To

3

er ap sp auty w Be ne alth &

UA

an W

Sc

o U WanpTed pr Urgrg enTl en y 3 ic s p Tly Top pricees paid ai y d enTl d Urg

s

m Ada ean or

T

ed

ca us ca atum am it pi ip oc im sa qu cu ax alit e qu d am qu expe im st qu ior si le at pr amus atum o ve ibus iis at qu ct di ne pu eos tiis no lore o op vo inum qu o ss re mm co

d we ys an es, but rly da It’s ea lt challeng the ficu ’re on face dif believe we I firmly ck. right tra

e

n | E

e c I fi e dif arly rm fic da It’s early days and ri we ly u y face difficult challengght tr belie lt ch s an es, but ac ve alle d w I firmly believe we’re we nge e on thek. ’re s, right track. on but the

su nus nissed po ed magnihiliqui a do es cons er blab in poritia utet sd susdae , odit qui nim veles ritia quia ae ei lu tiorp facc ae volorestem facillut num maxim fuga. t eu os ur velecatum faccusamt qui aut re, qui tem orro mol usamveless ve Eteclam pore andam emp les tur et ac aliat lam fuga. Iciduciliam cu m molupta bore eicim orru ptat ut upta , od us ni m et s acia es solla ms re laccus a conectur?m vo i, sae vendebitia t qu iti cori lene mai ndel in cor od qui ut es n bu Ugit s mol i so nu qu lo lis quo Dean Ada cu cone llabo i aut cons s au am sandebis eriam late maiosrest s eventiu estiorpos odi cone te dolut pligepr am lle ducimporia m and em Editor ipcatu niss ssun s m re ei re, nu equ t eu que simo t eum atiovele quieictate moloreptatem cullessun it do m et M rem quiant eati comnis ebitia ed ma dolu m iatq te olle cim qu Et lamam r et vend lupt tiu et quatis vitecae accus nissed TAT QUA rat odis max ad do ne m pore qu uam am fuga. noucili repediscim am us eiur UDI al even im volo i bl lut nus ut ae ne untemodis REP iat max sae si quo atem apelestrum sam im vo . Icid que pa ab in re plig aior qui aut exer r mi, cu aliquid que nim re quam la atumlis lore ?ctUgit em lam fugare ctur sa mporia requi endionseiusa quibus d quiaectu volorest lacc metfu fuga en ru pt tem o. Se stia quam ad blabor aut eos ipit to duci nd aliat doluptatem pica pu os im sa ss de a cone s rendige site qui quunt us comnis ige mai ga . Et ntissus,eati quunt, nd di l in atem facillu d remoluptas te voluptat omniaturepe tia veles nim late pratior re laccus comm in tu um o ve ntax maioritest, is simet a co . Ic lam eict eb quid nt r mod imunte po co is t us, repere rem au issu quiatur essitiatur eo quialest ut ebis eria motatem at que quatemo liqui utet pori r ac l mag rro nim et aut er ne iduc et amus sisand s qu im al ust, t poribus eate cusapicatur dolorun orep qu eaet s, qu sae mol iam ctur iliam vele non nihi ia nita eatium m quam co repeditius tiutas o opdisc te turepe velest, te mol aut et eum vere magnihi ap repe eumordionla it ocquam atcil ib ore nim nonectatum ? ae ca eicta n m is imaximust, us el que olup Ugi et District bea del pore null viteccon remque s sum tu council tiiid exqu estr vite epta te m Chichester rem rem ve autempe experum qu ct coun e rero m etentca quatis t lis vend eliti volorepudioetvelest rentaimin r Distrii tem nonsed atiisquu qu re ma alitheste sam aliqu squi tem anndanda blab um ca core sitem umoccatemquas m accaborposa ae volo qu que os iti Chic ut qui ucia qu qu e ex estralit niss eos site est sa e re ae ressinum eosapel m. Mos exr autatumvoluptatis duUtauto ebiti da quest dist or fugi dion etremporis po aior rum as m aut iatu quibus or ione m pe facc pe que ulparum ulpa ev t eum eum quatum a qufugiae volorent iam. cim essit ite au est sa fugia aut di inte enie aliq ust ri sequost videndant envend commo quo optiis min qui blab fu que quiatur pe velest,d qu quat repe bus nitstadig et nt po nit alitio pe niaest i , qu t eots quib ea ue min atiisst,exped etdist n- non nihil magnimus, simet uid scim doluptaspiet adigeniet umq am gia ri tiu min ture as faccae nissiti dunt quunt, to e verr maiorite dolorunquam iatupossitesequ rations ut ti co a alitio ditiu doquis rum um no qu derspiendita erferes et loru sime et et elitis sum nitam as osa fer expe quis volore m no un simet e dita bus quas doloribus quam repere remquid qu r te quibust borp Sc pori s offic der intem. Ut iaratis vo pien nim te nis ndant autempe qui acca Gen ders lu nsedid au uciandandae rero ra abm ntissus, ette n tu essitia i ququunt ad t, o ut ditius quasseque ost vide qu ptnt bea del et eum eate qu idodet officia p repe m repe rendige at ab m tu un ma alit eum sequ pos am is Go quu sectiis verrumque vendionem. Mos s ptatem ratioat dunt qu is re a alit pe ex ve r au t rem core sitempore nullore nonsed pori dolu et piet ld vere le Genderfe ipit pe no s ratis ol st n- t rum pe mpo ut um ns e non• is rem et doluptas eatium et quam qu rum , sa que upta doloribu voluptat Br ri fer nia sectiist, o erfe nia der tur aut remque ex eu Genderfe volore s rum nonqueope et s eum i acca pratior si cusapica re con ke et et m est Gen quat s et do t, o sectiist, dion n erferes Genderferum ximust, amus Gen o temquas tiislupt sequ borp Je nonsecet rations tum ima alit occa um fugia os w vo se sectiist, o el nonecta dio velest lore aspi ost vi a quat Scrap as cti der et le nonus que de quam Gold • Broken Jewellery Ch ry do du fe d um volorepu eos quib ist, r expe ich lori nt ndan watcheS, etc derfer • • es is atiis w bu pos o um ressinum Gen ter t est at t, o quo opti s ra Distr no ch commo sectiis tis et dist ict neS al co , et de itio aut un ul rs s cil c tion qu pien min paru ITAsolu ing un sions Bespoke catering RY, INV t ab dita nit ad m fu ke cater al occa Bespo e speci for those special solutions qu gi TIONA RE... ig thos id occasions for S, etc et is si enie ae voED STA CH MO offic m watche 1 fa loreD MU PRtESS Gen ry • ia et qu ccae H 201 NS AN nt m Jewelle quTIOib LETTER se T 30T ni as cti der Broken 74 sequust in ssiti in TIL SEP ld • fe UN n is Go e ve tem t, ru Scrapor th o m rrum . Ut no stre LETTERP n no RESSED eliti nihi STATIONA qu et, n RY, INVITAe TIONS lm s chi uc AND ag ia su MUCH Te ches ve nd m ni nim MORE... l: 01 te nd an tam us da io r, Be 24 ne e reR, PO1 qu 9, sim fo spok 3 Wes m UNTIL M et amSEPT r ro T.CO 78 t su th e ca CHE. STE M D@B qu30TH 2011 re os 95 os be , CHI e spterin WAY Gen E: STAMPE co a de pere unt, 18 ssex ec g LEBY 576 re l ial so , po se 11 APP 92 342 site et eu rem to oc lutio cti der 078 ca 19 mpo m quid 74 north street, TEL: sio ns 19 chichester, ist, fer 1l West sussex, ns re eate , PO po19 1lQ nu 22 frith Ave, Chiche Tel: 01243Q789518 o um ester ster, llo no re 567398 PO19 eat@gm Chich

74

With Chichester Herald additionally available for collection from local supermarkets, newsagents, coffee shops and many other retail outlets; there aren’t many places your advert won’t be seen.

Football mayhem SPORT

30 C18o e millionutess Council top tuca bus roste million asefund ex wa Resultingts nucssts in w s morReW ses 2 t a ultti Sing cuts to1Wes c Suss to i p ex bus ts o l rout n t cu es g g in to din cil mo p Coesuunlting in more fun r e fu ca R ndi ts 18 ng cut wa s to s We te st S m uss ill W 11 an ex io T Revival odwood The Go tition pe Com 12

y er W lo

Providing a combination of both local and national news, Chichester Herald is a well designed and easy to read publication appealing to a vast range of individuals throughout the city.

mayhem Football ORTfaux pas Fashion SP 30 Fash Th ion Co e Goo m dwoo 18 pe d R ti ti eviva on l

The Goodwood Revival Competitpaion s faux Fashion n io 12 Fash

po s tu re ia ni t Q volo aut au qu tr t D it ti nt qu les es or quia tu expe acca os et AT we u i el b n us pa qu du s ra Ed ib eped tia ve , d ap i blab est, loru mpe qu se et bu DIT e pi PU sequ sa qu atur pori an es the lori qu orit s do aute it ut eum as ai ni et RE dion iu a al ris lupt re do m bu ys ng n at us ri m ti po do lo en lupt o om ui ut m po di ed da alle e o re a et et vo pe vo atem liq re nons is ni et hi rly ch e’r te at nqu ni s, pt e pe res ea ult e w ag lu no m issu vo at qu erfe m nt It’s diffic eliev re qu ons ru ige ve ex et ti b . fe e nd ra fac rmly ack atem re t eatiummqueas est a der , o re qu en st gi G ctii r au n I fi ht tr dolupt fu as tu t, co tem rig

Additionally, every business in the city centre receives a copy every Friday.

Friday 2nd Septembe r 2011 tors Your FREE weekl Fri s | Mo y newspaper day | Busines YMoney 2n Inside: News d Se | Sport | Fashion vel | ou | TraIn | Health & Beauty pte style | Entertainm sid entr| FFood e | Life ber | Home | Lifestyle RE &mDrink e: k | Hom | Travel | Money New & Drin | Business | Motors E 2011 Food w s aper 1 ent | sp | 201 inm e w Sp erta ek tember y ne | Ent ort 2nd Sep ly Beauty | F weekl Friday lth & as ne | Hea FREE hio hion w n Your rt | Fas | Spo s | Hea s pa : New lth pe Inside &B r ea uty | E nte rtai nm Dea en t | Ed n A it Fo Dean Adams or dam od s REP Editor &D susdae velessus coribus en UD aut eum quam rin di faccusam, IT oditin vo on k consequ iatquam in restias sequ AT Q lu moluptat REPUDITAT QUAM | H qu ptat aut re, num qui blabo. UAM rem que simo estiorpos e pa qui om Sed endionseque pa volorat m atem utiusa sollabore vo eicimpore re odis ma dolut eumagni o es e qui qu tem facillut lora m om cones voluptatiusa quibus | L ibus eum quamrestias hiliqodi ni mollene qu aut aut exerae t maiorru eiur ife quatemo omniaturepe ui atur dolut au odis e sim ptatemporro cullessunte uam inaccusIt coribusd quiaectur styl ut m equ iatq mi, oin cor acia o. Sed fa velessus et ep t ex pligendel sae ’s In

Chichester Herald is a free weekly newspaper available for self-selected pick-up across the city of Chichester in a wide variety of locations with a weekly readership of up to 75,000.

two-wheeled entertainment. Also enlarged and improved for 2013 will be the Aviation Exhibition, which will be more centrally located within the Festival of Speed site to further reinforce Goodwood’s indelible links with aviation and its history. All this, along with a host of vehicles and competitors new to Goodwood, and a number of unexpected treats, will provide a fitting birthday party for the world’s greatest celebration of motor sport history and car culture. Goodwood Festival of Speed founder Lord March says: “I really can’t believe that we’ve been staging the Festival of Speed for 20 years already; the time has simply flown by! I wasn’t too certain if anyone would be interested in coming along to our very first event back in 1993. We expected around 2,500 people, and over 25,000 turned up! Today the Festival attracts over 185,000 enthusiastic and knowledgeable spectators, which I just could not have imagined way back in 1993. I think it is safe to say that the event now looks like it is here to stay!”

“...with a weekly readership of up to 75,000...” Find us on twitter

@chiherald

Your FREE weekly newspaper Tel: 01243 200999

Email: advertising@chichesterherald.co.uk

Web: www.chichesterherald.co.uk


www.chichesterherald.co.uk

Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 39

Sport

Follow us on Twitter

@chiherald

Football

Football

CHICHESTER started the FA Cup 3rd Qualifying round game slowly on a very sticky Oaklands Park pitch. Challen had the best of the early chances as Chichester started to play some nice football with Willett, Wride and Widdowson combining well together across the middle of the park despite the tricky pitch conditions. McNamara pulled off a great save low down and following Chichester attack was saved unconvincingly from a Shrubb shot. The game was starting to come alive with McNamara again being called into action. Chichester were soaking up the pressure with Fowlie, Richardson and McNamara taken command at the back and not letting the advancing Denham through. McNamara again saved well after the Denham winger got to the byline and pulled a pass back to the oncoming striker. With half time fast approaching there was little between the two sides and they liked destined to go in goalless at the break. However a moment of pure brilliance saw Wride control the ball past the defender and a left footed pile-driver went straight in to the top left

CHICHESTER CITY Girls Football Club has taken yet another step forward by entering their first competition on Saturday. Chi Girls had a team in the under eights, tens and twelve's categories at the first Junior Kickers Festival hosted by Sussex FA. The friendly tournament has been reintroduced to provide playing opportunities for girls in the local area to compete against other clubs at central venues throughout the county. Chichester Girls Football Club is held each week at Chichester College on Saturday mornings and is run by qualified coaches who also play for the successful Chichester City Ladies FC. The club aims to enter teams into the Sussex Leagues next season off the back of playing in the Junior Kickers Festivals. Hannah McNamara, Jade Widdowson, Lizzy Ogden, Georgia Selby and Lauren Ellis all play for Chichester City Ladies Football Club and coach the girls each week. This was the first chance the coaches had to see the young Lilywhites playing against other sides. Head coach Hannah McNamara (captain of Chi Ladies first team) said: “All of our coaches have worked tirelessly to produce outstanding football throughout our youth set up and it was great to see the

First steps for youngsters

Chichester battle hard to advance to FA Cup 1st Round (Credit: Darran Stevens) Hannah Mcnamara keeping a clean sheet

corner. The Lillywhites went in 1-0 at the break. Chichester started the second half brightly but were soon under pressure with a succession of Denham corners. Shrubb had a great chance to put the Lillywhites 2-0 after she broke the Denham defence but shot straight at the Denham goalkeeper. Madders made her long awaited return from injury to replace Widdowson with five minutes to go. The Denham onslaught came thick and fast loading the Chichester half with numerous players. Shrubb was cautioned late on for a reckless tackle on the Denham centre back. Chichester soaked up the pressure late in to win an epic battle 1-0 against the hard fighting Denham team. Chichester now face Swindon Town in the 1st Round Proper on December 9th at home, 2pm kick off. City: McNamara, Hughes-Jones, Paul, Richardson, Fowlie, Willett, Wride, Widdowson (Madden, 85), Shrubb, Challen, Harnett (Evans, 62).

Lauren Ellis and Georgia Selby with their under 8s side

young girls apply the technical and tactical skills we have taught them at the Saturday club.” Fellow FA Level Two coach Lizzy Ogden stated: “I think it was one of the proudest moments of my coaching career to see so many of our girls enjoying their football and producing such quality on the pitch.” To top the day off the main club sponsor PRN nursing provided medals for all of the young Lilywhites, coach Jade Widdowson emphasised 'The support of PRN nursing makes a huge difference to the girls, many of them have won their first medals which we quite simply wouldn't be able to fund without their generous donations. The Saturday morning club runs every week at Chichester College 1000-1130hrs, all girls aged 6-12 are welcome to come along and join in the fun football sessions. For more details contact Matt on matt.wright@chichester.ac.uk

Sussex County Football League DIVISION 1 Team EAST PRESTON PEACEHAVEN & TELS. RYE UNITED RINGMER REDHILL LANCING HASSOCKS LINGFIELD HORSHAM YMCA PAGHAM EAST GRINSTEAD TOWN ARUNDEL CROWBOROUGH ATHLETIC ST FRANCIS RANGERS SIDLEY UNITED HAILSHAM TOWN DORKING WANDERERS SHOREHAM SELSEY AFC UCKFIELD CHICHESTER CITY WORTHING UNITED

DIVISION 3

DIVISION 2 P 16 16 17 15 14 16 16 15 16 14 16 15 16 15 15 14 15 15 16 16 18 16

W D L F 12 3 1 46 11 4 1 49 11 3 3 47 10 1 4 30 9 2 3 31 9 1 6 43 9 1 6 35 8 2 5 39 8 1 7 46 8 1 5 32 7 2 7 38 6 2 7 18 6 1 9 28 5 3 7 21 5 3 7 29 6 0 8 26 4 4 7 23 5 1 9 23 4 4 8 16 2 3 11 25 2 3 13 21 0 3 13 18

A 14 17 26 22 15 26 27 31 27 27 30 30 42 29 38 36 29 30 26 52 52 58

GD PTS 32 39 32 37 21 36 8 31 16 29 17 28 8 28 8 26 19 25 5 25 8 23 -12 20 -14 19 -8 18 -9 18 -10 18 -6 16 -7 16 -10 16 -27 9 -31 9 -40 3

Team LITTLEHAMPTON TOWN NEWHAVEN BEXHILL UNITED EASTBOURNE UNITED AFC LITTLE COMMON WESTFIELD BROADBRIDGE HEATH SOUTHWICK MIDHURST & EASEBOURNE LOXWOOD SEAFORD TOWN WICK MILE OAK OAKWOOD STEYNING TOWN STORRINGTON RUSTINGTON SALTDEAN UNITED

P 13 13 11 12 12 12 13 14 13 14 12 12 13 13 13 14 12 14

W 10 10 7 7 7 6 6 6 4 4 4 5 3 3 2 2 1 0

D 2 2 4 3 2 4 4 1 6 5 5 1 6 2 3 3 2 1

L 1 1 0 2 3 2 3 7 3 5 3 6 4 8 8 9 9 13

F 42 39 34 38 37 28 31 33 30 25 20 26 26 22 29 16 14 14

A 11 17 18 17 14 16 22 30 24 23 24 29 25 34 37 40 39 84

GD 31 22 16 21 23 12 9 3 6 2 -4 -3 1 -12 -8 -24 -25 -70

PTS 32 32 25 24 23 22 22 19 18 17 17 16 15 11 9 9 5 1

Team SIDLESHAM BARNHAM BILLINGSHURST HAYWARDS HEATH TOWN UCKFIELD TOWN CLYMPING IFIELD ROFFEY ROTTINGDEAN VILLAGE FERRING HURSTPIERPOINT TD SHIPLEY

P W D 9 7 2 9 6 1 8 6 1 8 5 2 9 5 2 9 4 2 8 3 2 9 3 1 10 2 0 7 1 2 8 1 0 8 0 1

L 0 2 1 1 2 3 3 5 8 4 7 7

F 38 32 25 18 21 11 19 19 13 12 7 5

A 12 14 12 7 13 15 15 20 39 27 18 28

GD PTS 26 23 18 19 13 19 11 17 8 17 -4 14 4 11 -1 10 -26 6 -15 5 -11 3 -23 1


40 Chichester Herald Friday 16 November, 2012 www.chichesterherald.co.uk


Chichester Herald Issue 63 16th November 2012