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CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE has scooped four prizes at the 2013 Olivier Awards announced this week (Sunday 28 Apr). Three of the awards relate to Sweeney Todd, the musical which began life as a Chichester Festival 2011 production before transferring to the West End last year. West Wittering-based Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton won Best Actor and Best Actress in a Musical for their roles in Sweeney Todd, and the production itself won Best Musical Revival. Goodnight Mister Tom won the Entertainment and Family category. This was a Chichester Festival Theatre coproduction with Fiery Angel who lead the Children’s Touring Partnership. Chichester Festival Theatre received a

notable 13 Olivier Award nominations in total, all for productions which transferred to the West End during its 50th Anniversary in 2012. Sweeney Todd received an additional three nominations, Kiss Me, Kate received a total of five nominations and The Judas Kiss, a Chichester Festival Theatre co-production, received a Best Actor nomination for Rupert Everett. Jonathan Church, Artistic Director at Chichester Festival Theatre, said: “We are absolutely delighted that Sweeney Todd and Goodnight Mister Tom have been recognised in this way by the theatre industry. Michael Ball and Imelda Staunton gave incredibly committed and powerful performances in two extremely demanding roles at the heart of a landmark production. Sweeney Todd’s... Continued on page 3

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Chichester dementia patient GPS tracking device criticised SUSSEX Police's decision to buy GPS tracking devices to help trace dementia patients has been criticised for treating people like criminals. The force has bought six locators to be used by people with the condition in Chichester who regularly go missing. The National Pensioners Convention said the policy raised important issues about human rights. Sussex Police said the device would only be used with the "consent of the family and the individuals concerned". The MindMe locators, which the force said cost about £600 in total, can be attached to house keys or worn around the neck. They send out details of their location every four minutes to a website monitored by Chichester Careline, which is run by Chichester District Council. The holder can also speak to someone at the careline through the device. Bernard Stoneham from Fishbourne said giving one of the locators to his wife Gill, who has dementia, was "invaluable." He said his wife became stuck in mud in a field while she was out for a walk and he used the website to find her when it showed she had not moved for more than 10 minutes. "All I can say is how grateful I am to have had the use of this piece of hi-tech wizardry and what a difference it makes at this difficult

Continued from page 1 ...success was achieved through the work of a superb cast and creative team led by director Jonathan Kent. “Goodnight Mister Tom was the first production by Children’s Touring Partnership, which was set up by Chichester Festival Theatre and producers Fiery Angel with the support of the Arts Council, to create high quality theatre at affordable prices for young people and their families. The positive response from audiences and critics has been gratifying. “These Olivier Awards further acknowledge the growing impact of Chichester’s work which has led to two million people beyond the region seeing our productions in the last three years.” During Festival 2012, audience attendance at Chichester was nearly 220,000 for all productions and events. Audience attendance in the Minerva Theatre was 99% of capacity, and 75% of capacity in the Festival Theatre, where audiences for performances of Kiss Me, Kate during the Chichester run totalled over 63,000 – nearly 97% of capacity

Sussex police believe the GPS trackers will save money compared to the cost of using helicopters to find people

time in our lives," Mr Stoneham added. However, Dot Gibson, general secretary of the National Pensioners Convention, said: "Rather than tagging people we need better social care out in the community. Dementia patients need human interaction not tagging. "Using electronic tags on dementia sufferers raises very important issues about the individual's human rights. "They haven't committed any crime they've just grown old. This is just about saving money rather than treating people with dignity." Chichester district commander Ch Insp

Chichester’s Festival 2013 opened this week (Monday 29 Apr) in the Minerva Theatre with a revival of The Pajama Game, a musical directed by Richard Eyre. Other highlights of the season include the return of the critically acclaimed production The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, prior to its West End transfer in September. Theatre in the Park, a temporary stateof-the-art auditorium will be unveiled this summer with a major production of Barnum presented in association with Cameron Mackintosh, and co-directed by Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel. Theatre in the Park will be erected in June while the £22 million RENEW development of the Festival Theatre continues. Mirroring the Festival Theatre’s auditorium, the purpose-built temporary building will house 1,400 seats and a thrust stage. It will be just a few minutes stroll across Oaklands Park from the Festival Theatre site.

Tanya Jones defended the force's decision to buy the devices. "This isn't a tagging device that people use when they are released from prison. It's used with the consent of the family and the individuals concerned," she said. Ch Insp Jones added that an "awful lot of resources" were used in missing persons inquiries and scouring CCTV and deploying officers to check locations where they could be found was "not fail proof". "[The technology is] about finding people quickly before something happens to them... ," she added.

THE RAPPER and former I'm A Celebrity contestant Aggro Santos told police that rape was against his "morals and pride", a court heard. Mr Santos, 24, is accused of raping a 16-year-old girl in Chichester in 2011, Chichester Crown Court heard. He is also accused of raping a woman in a hotel room after a show in Yeovil, Somerset, in September 2010. Mr Santos of Bickersteth Road in Tooting, south-west London, denies two counts of rape. His friend Tyrelle Ritchie, 22, of Vauxhall Street in Lambeth, south-east London, denies one count of oral rape. The Brazilian-born rapper, who is standing trial under his real name Yuri Santos, is accused of raping a then 16-year-old girl after the University of Chichester summer ball. He is also accused of raping a woman in her 20s in his hotel room in Yeovil on 25 September, 2010 after performing a gig. The court heard that when Mr Santos was questioned by detectives over the alleged rape in Chichester, he said: "I would never have done that. "It goes against everything I have been brought up with, my morals and my pride. "It's a really, really big card to pull out on someone." The trial continues. Tel: 01243 773297 Mobile: 07983548459

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Maybe the best defence against our inevitable end is humour TAGGING CHICHESTER DEMENTIA PATIENTS Chichester is this week seen at the forefront of an important issue. Chichester Careline, in conjunction with Sussex Police, have tagged dementia patients, with some notable successes. One elderly patient was tracked in a field of mud, and Brenda Jackson, Careline manager, says on the internet she was found thanks to the device. LOCAL ELECTIONS This morning we awoke to the exciting election results. Labour and the Tories have said they both did very well, the Lib Dems and UKIP have said they did very well. They have all said the others didn’t do very well. PUBLICITY The news of Chichester’s trailblazing efforts with our elderly community has gone national, some of my “friends” who live in trendy places like Brighton and Battersea have sent me “humorous” texts, as people do. LOCAL ELECTIONS Is there anything more boring? Carpet bowls? Cash in the Attic? I’m hopeful the result in valuable and forward thinking local people getting into roles where they can engineer improvements. But the process is

Tommy Boyd boring. The folk who trudged up our path with leaflets for the main parties looked cold, miserable and bored. DEMENTIA Look, it’s not a Chichester problem. If we have a higher level of dementia cases than many places in the UK it’s down to our quality of care and standard of living. ELECTION IDEA Have the candidates attend a mass rally at the Clock Tower. Anyone who turns up can vote. It would be brilliant. THE STREETS OF CHICHESTER We have a neighbour whose relatives have asked the street to keep an eye out for and point back towards his house. Yesterday a middle aged man came wandering up our path with a notebook and addled expression. He turned out to be a different neighbour, searching for


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Bogus police officer clue in Fernhurst murder investigation THE INVESTIGATION continues into the about his business activities, either through black SUV or 4x4 that was seen in the area murder of Michael Griffiths, whose body was the antiques trade or the militaria meeting, on the morning of the fire and as a result, this found following a fire at his home in Fernhurst who have not spoken to us, to get in touch. remains a suspicious vehicle of interest to us. in January, and a team of detectives from "We have not ruled out any potential "The crime scene was severely damaged by the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team is motive for Michael's murder. We have not the fire and as a result the associated forensic following a number of lines of enquiry. identified the two youths or men who called at work was exhaustive and complicated. We These include talking to members of his home earlier in the week and snowballed have established that accelerants were used to the antique trade locally who were either the house when he answered. We do know start the fire. SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011_SD_Solar_Ad_Fullpage_2011 18/10/2011 12:04 Page 1 acquainted with Michael or who may have had that when they called they claimed to be police "I am determined that those responsible business dealings with him. officers, so at this stage, we are still connecting for Michael's death will be brought to justice. Detective Chief Inspector Jeff Riley from them with the enquiry. We are very keen to If you have any information, no matter how the Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team establish who they were and if anyone else had small, that could assist us with our enquiry, said: "We have identified that Michael had the same experience or saw them in the area please contact Sussex Police on 101 quoting a keen interest in militaria and attended a on the Tuesday night (January 22) before the Operation Killick." number of fairs at Bisley. I would appeal to fire. An update on the cause of Michael's death anyone who knew him or has any information "Similarly, we have not yet traced the is expected within the next month.

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THE NEW UK Members of Youth Parliament (MYP) for West Sussex have been elected. Nearly 18,500 votes were cast by young people across the county throughout March, with around 60 candidates up for election. West Sussex is covered by four UK Youth Parliament areas. In each area the two candidates with the most votes have been elected as MYPs and Deputy MYPs. The National Youth Parliament elections in West Sussex are managed by the County Council, and MYPs are supported in their work by the County Council’s Youth Support and Development Service. The result is as follows: Chichester and West Arun Rosie Leeming (MYP) Kieran Anderson (Deputy MYP) The elections were supported by schools, college and youth organisations across the county, with more than 20 (organisations) winning Democracy Awards. The Democracy Award recognizes a school or organisation’s participation in the elections – to win an award they must put forward the minimum number of candidates and achieve voting participation of at least 50% of the school (Bronze), 70% (Silver) or 90% (Gold). More information about the Youth Parliament elections can be found on the Your Space West Sussex website at www.

THE UNIVERSITY of Chichester is hosting an evening of dancing in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice in memory of a passionate supporter of contemporary dance. Dancing for Tony: A Contemporary Dance Gala takes place on Saturday 4th May at 7pm in The ShowRoom on the University’s Bishop Otter Campus, with tickets priced at £15, or £5 for concessions. For further information, contact Ann Nugent, senior lecturer in Dance, at or phone

01243 816489. The gala is a celebration dedicated to the memory of Ann’s husband Tony, who unfortunately passed away in April 2012. Tony was a great supporter of contemporary dance, particularly at the University. During his last months, Tony and Ann were both sustained by the wonderful staff at St Wilfrid’s Hospice. The event will be hosted by Richard Alston, CBE, one of the most celebrated and revered figures of British

contemporary dance. Richard is artistic director of The Place, the UK’s premier centre for contemporary dance, and internationally recognised as one of the most inspiring and influential choreographers in British dance. He holds an honorary MA from the University. Performers at the gala include Detta Howe, Cai Thomas, and Yael Flexer, as well as the University’s postgraduate dance company, mapdance, and third year touring company, 3Fall.

Operation Watershed – funds available now for public COMMUNITIES who want to prepare themselves against flooding can start applying for funding from West Sussex County Council. As part of Operation Watershed, the County Council has set up an Active Communities Fund for groups to apply for help. £1.25m is available for projects of all sizes that will help communities tackle flooding issues. For example, the fund could be used for: • Start-up costs to support the clearing of neglected ditches; • Initial clearing of private ditches that have been neglected; • Buying or hiring equipment such as shovels, waders or diggers for communities to use;

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THE Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex, Mrs Susan Pyper isresidents delightedare to announce that, MIDHURST being offered as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, the opportunity to have a free health The Earl Countess of Wessexsessions. will be visiting check in & new once-a-month West Sussex on Friday June 8. Health advisors from the Western The RoyalAssessment Couple will be visiting Prevention Team are four venues in the west of the County: offering NHS health checks which focus Canine Partners Heyshott. This on •preventing majorincauses of illness, popular charity aims to transform the lives such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes of people with disabilities by providing them and kidney disease. with highly trained assistance dogs which These conditions are often avoidable enable them to livemanaged, more independently. Their and can be easily and a Royal Highnesses will have the opportunity health check could help to identify to see dogs at various stages of training, meet any potential issues before a problem recipients who benefit from the dogs, and the develops. organisation’s volunteers The appointment lasts for half an • The & Downland Museum at hour andWeald includes a blood pressure Singleton. The Royal Couple willfor tour check, a finger-prick of blood a this open air museum & meet volunteers and cholesterol test, and a discussion about representatives of the uniformed youth family history, and assessment of voluntaryfactors organisations from the County. lifestyle (such as smoking) and There will also be the opportunity for young levels of physical activity. people theaim Duke Edinburgh’s Award The from checks to of help people make scheme to meet the Earl & Countess. lifestyle choices to improve their health Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.and Home for•the future. They are confidential to an unrivalled Collection of Modern British must be booked in advance. They are Art, the Gallery has won numerous awards available for anyone aged between 40 since reopening in 2006 with a contemporary and 74-years-old without an existing extension, including the Gulbenkian Prize, long-term condition. theThe largest prize for arts cultural checks will takeand place at the organisations in the country. TheMidhurst, judges Grange Centre, Bepton Road, awarding the prize described it as a ‘jewel of a on the third Thursday of each month gallery’. Their Royal Highnesses will tour the until November. They start on Thursday award-winning Gallery and view the current May 16. To book your free health check exhibitions – Keith642370. Vaughan: Romanticism please call 01243

THE ALDINGBOURNE TRUST have received planning permission for the master plan at their Aldingbourne Country Centre site, near Fontwell. The Trust is now looking to the future with its bid to raise £4 million over the next three years to support the development. New buildings will include conference facilities, a larger café and shop which will be situated in a new three storey building at the heart of the centre looking out over the Open Farm. In addition expansion to the existing client building will be developed which will enable adults with learning disabilities to have more space and provide better opportunities to develop their skills, maximising their learning in a pleasant environment. By developing the Country Centre the Trust will provide additional job opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and increase their learning. This new venture will also benefit the local community, with all the activities available for families on the site, the buildings will have excellent environmental credentials & are set to be a local attraction. to Abstraction andLivett, The Art of Chichester Trust MD, Sue said: “We are Festival Theatre: A Celebration. They will also delighted that planning has been approved meet staff and participants from the Gallery’s , we welcome members of the public to visit pioneering programme. and see for Community themselves what we are all about • Festival of Flowers in Chichester and how we support adults with learning Cathedral. This been describedto bypeople’s The disabilities and has make a difference Church Times as 'The Gold Standard' of lives. Now all that remains is to raise the Flower to Festivals. the Festival the money make it During happen.”


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Abigail Rowe, the Trust’s fundraising Cathedral is added: transformed by the talents consultant, “Fundraising for £4of 150 flower arrangers working with than 50,000 million won’t be easy, but that won’t stop flower stems. This year, the theme is 'Every us. We have been deeply moved by the Book Tells a Story' and more thanWest sixty Sussex British support from people throughout books will be interpreted in flowers, trees who have organised events, taken part inand gardens. Their Royal their Highnesses will have the challenges, donating valuable time and opportunity to see a number of displays, as money to this amazing charity.” wellIfas meeting and organisers anyone hastheir any arrangers ideas for future

fundraising events or wishes to join the of the Festival.Trust’s lottery, take on a Aldingbourne The Lord-Lieutenant said: “We areofmost challenge or sponsored event in aid the grateful to their Royal Highnesses for agreeing Aldingbourne Trust, please contact Abigail to visiton us07802 as part783604 of Her Majesty Queen’s Rowe for moreThe details. Diamond Jubilee celebrations. We are hoping For more information on the development that they will enjoy the four venues that we or the Aldingbourne Trust please visit their have chosen, which reflect the diversity of website or call what our McKinley special county has07918058600. to offer.” Michelle Bell on



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Can you feel the love? I WAS maybe nine or ten when I was out with my dad and we went past a couple kissing like savages. I vaguely remember going ‘ewwww gross they’re KISSING yuck get a room’ or some other year 5 genius, only for him to go, almost proudly, ‘I think it’s nice, they’re showing their love for each other’. This unmanliness aside, to this day, I am still usually that youngster who looks at couples and is sick in her mouth. But to be honest, it’s not really my business; if they want to eat each other’s faces then that is something that I will have to deal with. It’s not like I’m the tongue police or anything. I guess it can be sort of sweet. It’s weird when you spend years marvelling at relationships and the malarkey that comes with it, and then suddenly it’s everywhere. One of my friends just broke up with a boy a couple of years above who she’d been with almost a year. You’d think the seriousness of that would be enough, but now, 2 weeks on from the breakup, she’s already getting in with one of his friends. What is that? Were they actually together? I don’t get it, help me. People are suddenly getting it on all the time though. It’s like year 10 is the starting gunshot of the race. Relationships are just

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Police and Crime Commissioner meets West Sussex Youth Cabinet NEWLY elected Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Katy Bourne, took part in a West Sussex Youth Cabinet meeting at County Hall, Chichester, recently. She was invited by Youth Cabinet member for Burgess Hill, Nikki Martin, who has a keen interest in policing. Nikki took part in the public consultations leading up to the PCC elections last year, and has maintained her involvement in the process. “I want to make sure young people’s policing needs are included so that we are seen as active members of our communities. The PCC has shown us that she wants to listen to young people as she stayed for the whole of our two hour meeting.” During the meeting Mrs Bourne, the Youth Cabinet, Youth MPs and their deputies discussed strategies for reaching young people. The group were able to recommend joint consultation with Youth Cabinets in West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton and Hove as a way of reaching young people’s views on policing. Katy Bourne said: “I was delighted to attend the West Sussex Youth Cabinet meeting and hear their views. As a mother of two young people I am very aware that their voices

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could be indoor cats. • Fenella is an 11 year old very affectionate black and white female wanting someone special again to love • Lara is a spayed black 8 month old friendly female kitten. • Alexis was a young mum, now spayed and 1-year old she is black with green eyes and can be rehomed with her kitten Lara or separately. • Budd is black and Laurel is black and white, a gentle 10 year old pair • Friendly fluffy black brother KM222-12 and smooth black sister KF228-12, neutered and 7 months old need their first home. The Rescue asks for a minimum donation of £45 for each neutered cat or kitten (or £70 if un-neutered and a neutering voucher will be issued, which covers the full cost) and includes vaccination, microchip, and Petplan Vet insurance for 4 weeks. Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre, Holborow Lodge, Chalder Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, PO20 7RJ. www. Tel: 01243 641409.

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University of Chichester Musical Theatre students set to have a magical time

Boys take to the water

STUDENTS from the University of Chichester Musical Theatre Course are set to have a magical time when they perform Stephen Schwartz’ “Pippin” at the Regis Centre on Thursday 2 May until Saturday 4 May. A thrilling, action-packed and darkly comic musical odyssey with what The Stage calls ‘an enduringly beautiful score’, Pippin is the story of a theatrical troupe putting on a musical about a young prince who is searching for his identity and a purpose in life. He tries on various guises including a soldier, a politician and a lover, but eventually must choose between contentment or going out in a blaze of glory. Alison Goldie, the director, says that Pippin is a fascinating show, she says: “Stephen Schwartz was the composer of Godspell in the 60s then Wicked very recently, which was voted the most popular stage show in London's West End by theatregoers. Pippin, though less well-known, has much of the lyrical wit and musical poignancy of his major hits. It is also a story to which everyone can relate, as it addresses

FOUR boys took part in the world’s biggest fundraising swim at Westgate Leisure swimming pool on Saturday (27 Apr). Adam Long, Joshua Lamb, Oliver Howley (all in Year 7 at Bishop Luffa) and Charlie Robertson (Yr 7 Southbourne) from the Westgate Rookie Lifesaving Class, took to the water to raise money for charity. Encouraged by their instructor, Sue Howley, the boys swam 150 lengths to complete the Team 5k challenge to raise over £230 for Marie Curie Cancer Care who provide care and support for terminally ill people at the end of their lives.

the trials and tribulations of life head on, with wisdom and wry humour, though is not without expressions of joy and hope.” Alison has been working on Pippin since January. She is an experienced London-based theatre-practitioner with a string of performance credits including writing and performing shows for The Weird Sisters Theatre Company, being a BBC TV presenter, and working with many stand-up comics on TV, stage and radio, including Alexei Sayle, David Baddiel, Alan Davies and Harry Hill. The cast are no strangers to the Regis Centre stage, having previously been seen in Babes in Arms in November. They intend to spread a little sunshine with their performances this spring.

Vehicles targeted in Bognor as part of Op Accent A JOINT operation was carried out in Bognor on Wednesday 24 April targeting minibuses and other vehicles transporting Eastern European migrants to and from work. Officers from Arun and Chichester's Operation Accent team, Roads Policing Unit and VOSA (Vehicle and Operator Services Agency) stopped vehicles at two locations in the town in a bid to tackle any identified offences. The initiative was organised following a number of complaints from the local community, farms and nurseries regarding the vehicles and their road worthiness. In excess of 20 vehicles were stopped and checked over, and red diesel dips were also carried out. Three vehicles were seized - including two minibuses - for having no insurance and tickets were also issued for various offences including no MOT. One man, a 39-year-old from Arundel, was arrested on suspicion of fraud. He was interviewed and subsequently released on police bail until 26 June pending further enquiries. PC Louise Clark, from the Operation Accent team, organised the operation. She said: "This multi-agency operation has been a successful approach to disrupting illegal activity on the roads and educating foreign drivers of the standards expected of them. "Police and VOSA dealt robustly with

multiple identified offences. Hopefully this action will encourage drivers to implement safer and more reliable practices." Sgt Rachel Glenton heads the Operation Accent community team, which was set up to tackle crime and vulnerability within the Eastern European community. She added: "This is the second time an operation of this nature has been carried out and there will be more to firmly reinforce our message and tackle the drivers and organisers of this transportation where necessary. "As always, if you feel you have any information that could assist the Operation Accent team then please contact us via email operation.accent@sussex.pnn.police. uk, Facebook (Operacja Akcent) or Twitter @sergeantglenton."

Parents and Carers go ‘Back to School’ at Portfield Primary Academy ON THURSDAY 9th May, Portfield Primary Academy will be hosting a ‘Bring Your Parent(s)/Carer(s) to School Day’, offering parents and carers of the pupils the chance to see exactly what their children get up to at school. From 8.45am to 11.30am, parents and carers will be involved in all aspects of their child’s learning. At Portfield Primary Academy, there is a thematic approach to learning, underpinned by a skills based curriculum. Due to the success of the ‘Frozen Worlds’ theme last term, where the school focused on such subjects as the Antarctic, this time around the chosen theme is ‘Water’ and the morning’s events will directly reflect this. Following an address from the Headteacher, parents and carers will be taken on a tour of the school in small groups. Along the way, there will be hidden gems of knowledge highlighting the school values that are very much a part of their children’s learning environment. In addition, parents and carers will be able to witness their child at work in the classroom. Pupils will teach them what they have learnt over the course of the term so far, directly encouraging parent/carer and child interaction.

To finish, pupils and their parents or carers will be given a quiz in their respective classrooms. The questions will be a mixture of the values of the school as well as some general knowledge questions. Prizes will be given out in the form of treasure (chocolate coins!) Daryl Power, Headteacher of Portfield Primary Academy, said: “It is so important for parents and carers to get involved in their child’s education and we want to take this to a new level by inviting them to take part in the school day. This is a brilliant opportunity for them to come and see their children in action. We are very proud of our school, and all of our pupils, and we want to share this with our parents and carers. I have no doubt that the children will be very excited to show their mums, dads or carers around and I very much look forward to welcoming everyone on the day.”

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Chloe’s packing her bags! BORN six weeks early Chloe Humphrey was so tiny that people mistook her for a doll. At 18 months Chloe was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, with spastic diplegia. The prognosis wasn’t good; her family were warned that it was unlikely that she would ever walk. But medics hadn’t reckoned on Chloe’s determination. By 20 months she was toddling with the aid of a walking frame, progressing to sticks by the age of 4. But sadly Chloe’s condition can only get worse as she gets older. And that’s why Chloe and her family are focussed on raising £36,000 to pay for a major life-changing operation that, sadly, is not funded on the NHS in West Sussex. Hi Herald readers, I’m starting to realise that this is ACTUALLY going to happen – and soon! I’m scared, nervous and very excited too. In fact my excitement levels are starting to hit the roof! I was so excited to finally have a date for my operation that I started packing my hospital bag weeks ago. What I’ve packed: 100 pairs of pyjamas (well, Mum says it looks like that many), comfy jogging bottoms and T shirts for when I’m allowed out of bed, my two favourite teddies (one I’ve had since I was tiny and my Ready Teddy Go Bear from Spirit FM), trainers ready for doing my

physiotherapy, photo’s of my family and, last but not least, my iPad My operation takes place on Tuesday 7th May. I’ve got to lie flat for the first two days afterwards, and then I can gradually sit up. The hard work begins with trying to get out of bed into my wheelchair on the Friday. I start an intensive physiotherapy timetabled programme the following week. It’s going to be tough going but I’m determined to make my new legs really strong. Wish me luck! Love Chloe x Chloe’s Guide to fundraising events taking place soon:

• Women’s Quarterz - Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th May at Headquarterz, 9 Aldwick Road, Bognor Regis. Treat yourself to a mini “hair do” for just £5 (fringe trim just £2). For more information call 01243 824496. THE FABULOUS FUG BAND’S ‘May The 4th be with Chloe’ gig - Saturday 4th May, 7.30pm at The Venue, Spur Road, Chichester. A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away a great disturbance in the force brought together a team of Jedi Master Musicians. Laying down a fat soul groove just for Chloe prepare to be awe-inspired. Putting the’ aaah’ back into soul, tickets just £5 on the door. You’d be Darth not to be there! • Onesie Cruise - Sunday 12th May Organised by Dubzpac, local VW lovers club, meet at 10:30am at S Jago Designs, 3 Beaver Units, Quarry Lane Industrial Estate, Chichester. Just turn up in your vehicle, preferably in a onesie or PJs (you don’t have to be in a VW) and the cruise will set off for The Devils Punch Bowl Cafe, Hindhead, at about 11am. After refreshments it’s a cruise to Hayling Island for a picnic/BBQ in the car park behind the fair. Entry is £5 or you can get sponsored. • Biking it Big Time for Chloe – Saturday 18th May. The Bognor Regis Cycle Club and Spirit FM have got together to link Bristol (where Chloe is having her op) and Bognor in a sponsored cycling extravaganza!

Super-fit bikers will cycle from Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, to the Tesco Superstore in Bognor, arriving about 2pm. Spirit FM will be broadcasting live throughout the day and there will be 4 stationary spinning bikes in the foyer at Tesco, with bookable 1 hour slots from 8am to 4pm (minimum £20 sponsorship). You can do the whole hour on your own, or get together with family and friends and share. To book a slot, or find out more about this or any other events go to .

Get your best beach body by buddying up for free at Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Centre Chichester! LOOKING for an incentive to hit the gym this spring? Then why not buddy up with a friend and tackle your fitness in time to hit the beach. With nearly 40% of people saying that they work out with a friend and 15% of them admitting it makes exercising more fun we recommend you change your routine this month and start a ‘Friendly Fitness Challenge’ to kick start your summer routine. To help kick start your challenge Nuffield Health Chichester are offering a free 2 day gym trial for 2 people throughout the month of May. There will also be a chance to try out a new buddy training programme devised by experts. The buddy workout will showcase some easy to follow cardio moves with built in resistance exercises made for two. The program will give a fun packed 2 day work out, this way you can both enjoy a workout at your own intensity, and experience all activities the club has to offer. Simply follow the plan for the 2 days from start to finish, ensure you work at your own level of ability, speaking to an expert if and when required. Instructors will be at hand to help you with your two day visit plus all guests are welcome to use the pool & relaxation facilities. Simon Webster, Wellbeing Manager at Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Centre Chichester comments “Sometimes we need

that extra push that comes from having another person working with us. We are less likely to give up if we work with someone else, and the element of competition is encouraging for those who give up easy. Plus it can be a lot more fun. Doing a class with a friend, running together and then using the pool or spa facilities afterwards can add a really great social element to working out.” TTop tips for working out with a friend! • Change your routine this month, workout with a friend to note down goals and targets to make sure you both stay motivated. • Give yourselves a timeline and be tough on each other so that you stick to the plan. • Buddy training makes exercise more exciting, challenges your abilities and elevates your year-end goals to be within reach! Simply call the club on 01243 788678 to book your 2 day pass for 2 people today. Book in with our fitness team for a free consultation and collect your Free Buddy Training Program upon arrival. Pass available through out may. Users must be16 years old & over, pass is valid for 2 consecutive days only. Proof of ID REQUIRED. Towels £1 per guest visit. Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Centre Chichester, Chichester Gate. PO19 8EL.

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LEISURE CLUB at Chichester Park Hotel Our Leisure club is the perfect place to relax and unwind away from everyday pressure. You’ll be able to enjoy a leisurely splash in the pool and if you really want to relax there’s the sauna and steam room too. Entry is free when you stay in the hotel. To become a member of leisure club is easy, all you need to do is contact us and we’ll be more than happy to help. Membership is available for only £25.00 with no joining fee.

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Prince Harry receives Me to You Tatty Teddy from young fan (Credit: John Sumpter/Headway – the brain injury)

A TEDDY bear created by a Chichester firm is flying high after taking a helicopter ride with Prince Harry. Tatty Teddy – the cute grey bear created by Tangmere-based Carte Blanche Group – was handed to the Royal by a wellwisher during a charity visit. The Tatty Teddy fan asked Prince Harry to pass on the bear to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as a gift for their unborn baby.


After the visit, Prince Harry was pictured holding Tatty Teddy as he boarded his helicopter home. When he arrived at Kensington Palace, he was seen strolling across the palace lawns, still holding the grey bear. The news story made headlines all over the world, with the Daily Mail reporting: “Well done Uncle Harry: Prince keeps his promise to little girl who wanted him to handdeliver the teddy bear.” Prince Harry was given Tatty Teddy during a visit to open the Nottingham headquarters of Headway – a brain injury charity which was also supported by his mother, Princess Diana. Stephen Haines, Founder and Chairman of Carte Blanche Group, said he was delighted that Tatty Teddy had been given the Royal ‘seal of approval’. He added: “I’m delighted that Prince Harry accepted this gift and hope the Royal couple will appreciate Tatty Teddy’s message of love and friendship. We wish them all the very best in the exciting months and years to come. In fact it’s not the first time Tatty Teddy has had an encounter with our Royal family. Some years ago a fan gave a Me to You bear to the Queen!”

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50 years and receives RHS Award AFTER 50 YEARS at West Dean, ‘Mower Man’ Chris Hints is taking up retirement and has been awarded with an RHS LongService Award. At his send-off on 26 April, Gardens Manager Jim Buckland and Gardens Supervisor Sarah Wain paid tribute to Chris: “His lively humour, easy banter and laughter will be missed by his colleagues who all wish him well in his retirement and congratulate him on his rare achievement of 50 years working for the same employer.” Chris has lived and worked on the West Dean Estate (now part of The Edward James Foundation) all his life. He was born on 22 February 1948 at 112 West Dean. His parents Florrie and Arthur had recently moved there from another house on the estate. His father, Arthur, worked in the Gardens from November 1935 until he retired in August 1981- starting a dynastic trend which Chris continued when he officially joined the Estate/Gardens team in 1963. Chris’s first job, aged 15, was to work outdoors at Monkton House, Edward James’s ‘surrealist’ domain on the north of the Estate. In 1964 he moved to the forestry team and worked in various locations on

the Estate. In October 1987 when the great storm left the Gardens devastated, Chris was drafted into the gardens team as part of the clean-up crew. He was then asked to become part of the Gardens team, temporarily as a ‘mower man’, but has stayed on ever-since! Chris first worked under the guidance of Head Gardener Ivan Hicks and from 1991 with Jim Buckland, Gardens Manager and his team. Throughout the summer months he has pushed a pedestrian mower where the larger mower cannot go as well as aiding the gardening team wherever work was required, either around the main house or in the Arboretum. His steady approach made him very able at digging and mulching- backbone tasks of any garden. *Terms and conditions apply. Prices may change subject to league status. 24/04/2013 14:48

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Midhurst traders boost town cycle day with special offers for riders FOLLOWING the recent announcement of the charity cycle day taking place on 11th May organised by Town Team Member Michael Chevis we are pleased to announce that a number of Midhurst town centre traders are backing the event with some positive support. Each rider taking part can pick up a shopping map and an information leaflet detailing exclusive offers or discounts to riders when they register with the event organisers at the Midhurst Rother College car park from 9.30 am in the morning. Each participating business listed will provide these special offers on presentation of the exclusive leaflet. The offer can be redeemed either on the day or any other subsequent shopping day up to and including Saturday 1st June. Each business listed will be providing a special offer to each rider on presentation of the special leaflet to them. The offer can be redeemed either on the day or any other subsequent shopping day up to and including Saturday 1st June. All riders can obtain a fund raising pack from Dreams Come True, the locally based charity that helps terminally and seriously ill children across the UK to fulfil their dreams by contacting them on 01428 726330 or via their web site

. The pack is available for a donation of £7.50 per cyclist and includes a Dreams Come True tee shirt which we hope as many people as possible will wear for the day. Local trader Anne Knight of The Coffee Pot, in Knockhundred Market, Knockhundred Row, said: “We are very pleased to support this event which really showcases many of the good things that Midhurst has on its doorstep. The riders can enjoy cycling round some of the most attractive countryside within the South Downs National Park on quiet lanes without heavy traffic and also enjoy the wide selection of independent shops, restaurants and cafes within Midhurst town centre either on the day or by returning by the 1st June to take advantage of our special offers.”

Chichester Business Does the builders brew still cover it? A Chichester builders merchant aims to find out THE TRADITIONAL builders brew is as British as cricket, fish and chips and the Queen, but is it still the desired choice of the great British builder? Chichester based Covers Timber & Builders Merchants is aiming to find out with the launch of their Builders Brew Survey, which they are asking local tradesmen and women to complete. Is the drink of choice for builders, roofers, plumbers and carpenters still a heavily brewed, sugary cup of milky tea or perhaps the coffee shop culture has had an effect and a latte or cappuccino has taken over the mantle? At the other end of the scale, are our construction workers more health conscious nowadays and now choose a refreshing cup of peppermint tea, the Covers survey aims to find out. A launch event is taking place at Covers’ Chichester branch on Tuesday 7th May, when local customers are invited for a ‘taste off’. They will be able to choose between a free cup of tea or coffee and be

the first to complete the survey highlighting their preferences. Henry Green, Commercial Director at Covers commented: “Our industry, perhaps more than any other, has the most amount of unjust stereotypes associated with it, but we know that the majority of our customers are extremely hard working and professional. With this survey, we are aiming to find out whether the builder’s brew stereotype really does hold up!” The survey can be completed at the Chichester branch on Quarry Lane or via the Covers website The final date for completing the survey is Friday 31st May.

Woods Travel achieve national recognition THERE WAS MUCH to celebrate as individuals, companies and organisations across the UK coach and coach tourism industry were recognised and rewarded at the UK Coach Awards 2013, which took place on Saturday 20 April at Alton Towers Resort. The winners of the Coach Operator Awards deliver consistently excellent customer service. The operators demonstrate their success through sustained effort. They have shown that they: • are financially sound • maintain high operational and engineering standards • give priority to the Health and Safety of staff and passengers through comprehensive risk management • invest in their fleet and staff • form effective partnerships • identify with and respond to the communities they serve • always strive to sustain and grow the market for coaches and coach services. From the winners of the three awards for different fleet sizes, the judges chose an overall winner, named UK Coach Operator of the Year. For each of the categories, customer nominations were sought from group organisers and other industry clients. Nominated operators are also invited to submit further information to the judges. The judging process also includes 'mystery shopping' of the nominated operators to test their commitment to customer service.

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Woods Travel of Bognor Regis was named as Top Small Fleet Operator. The company went on to win the coveted UK Coach Operator of the Year award, judged on customer nominations, performance data and a 'mystery shopper' exercise to test the company's customer friendliness. The judges were impressed by the company’s track record of growth, diversification and adaptability, which has

kept it among the leaders of quality coach service and holiday suppliers. Woods Travel has been established for over 40 years and has featured in the UK Coach Awards before. The company is family-run, with an excellent reputation among its customers, many of whom have travelled with the company for many years. Roger Elsmere, Managing Director of

Woods Travel Group said: "The directors and staff of Woods are delighted to have received these awards from our peers. Thanks must also go to the customers who were kind enough to nominate us, enabling us to take part. We are all thrilled with this recognition of our hard work and hope it will inspire other small businesses. After all, being smaller does not mean you cannot be the best!"

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Iron Man 3 (3D) (12A)

FOUR out of Five stars

Running time: 130 mins Director: Shane Black Starring: Robert Downey Jr, Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Ben Kingsley, Rebecca Hall, Paul Bettany, James Badge Dale, Stephanie Szostak, Ty Simpkins,Dale Dickey, Jon Favreau

with a deep-seated grudge against Stark), Ty Simpkins (as a pre-teen boy who helps Stark at a crucial moment) and returning players Don Cheadle and Jon Favreau (as James Rhodes/Iron Patriot and chauffeur Happy Hogan, respectively).

This is a hugely entertaining and superbly directed threequel that delivers thrilling action, witty dialogue and genuine emotion, thanks to a cleverly crafted script, stateof-the-art special effects, strong, likeable characters and note-perfect performances. What’s it all about? Directed by Shane Black, Iron Man 3 sees billionaire superhero Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) plagued by nightmares about fighting aliens with the Avengers and throwing himself headfirst into his work, to the frustration of now live-in girlfriend/Stark Industries head Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow). However, when an ill-advised public challenge to sinister terrorist The Mandarin (Ben Kingsley) results in the destruction of his cliffside headquarters, Tony is forced to regroup and

rebuild, aided by fellow iron-clad superhero The Iron Patriot (Don Cheadle) and finding an unlikely ally along the way. The Good Tony Stark is practically a second skin for Downey Jr at this point, having already played him to perfection in three previous films, so it’s no surprise that he’s on equally terrific form here; the difference this time round is the level of vulnerability he brings to the character. Despite his cocky bravado, this is a superhero who not only

bleeds but is prone to both nightmares and panic attacks, which gives the film a strong emotional core. The supporting performances are equally strong: Paltrow gets to do much more than her comics equivalent ever did, while Kingsley delivers a truly inspired performance as The Mandarin that pays off brilliantly, even if diehard Marvel fans might not see it that way. On top of that, there are engaging turns from Rebecca Hall (as exgirlfriend and science genius Maya Hansen), Guy Pearce (as rival scientist Aldrich Killian,

The Great Shane Black proves an inspired choice for cowriter/director, maintaining a cracking pace throughout and orchestrating some thrilling action set-pieces: the attack on Stark’s HQ is just one of several nail-biting highlights. Similarly, the superb script crackles with witty dialogue and there are plenty of subtle and not-so-subtle nods to the comics to keep die-hard Marvel fans happy, while Black and co-writer Drew Pearce pull off a number of clever surprises that catch us off guard, often punctuating entire sequences with unexpected, off-the-wall moments. Worth seeing? Iron Man 3 is a hugely enjoyable, superbly made action blockbuster that achieves the perfect blend of thrilling action-packed spectacle, laugh-out-loud humour, nailbiting suspense and genuine emotion. Highly recommended (Also, make sure you stick around for the post-credits sting).

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IF YOU’VE always longed to race at Goodwood’s legendary Motor Circuit, then here’s your opportunity. You could join runners, cyclists and even Britain’s Strongest Woman who are limbering up for the forthcoming MS Circuit Challenge on 12th May 2013 to raise funds to enable people with Multiple Sclerosis to live their lives as fully as possible. All entrants will be awarded a medal, along with all sorts of prizes for wins as well as effort. Organised by Goodwood’s Kenny Smith, (who’s just run the London Marathon and is in training for trekking Kilimanjaro for the MS Trust), the Challenge is now in its’ 4th year. Participants are encouraged to either take part in the Morning Cycle Challenge

by cycling 50 miles (21 laps) or compete in the Afternoon Family Fun event by completing the 2.38 mile circuit ‘By any which way’. This literally means anything from walking to roller skates, from zimmer frames to mobility scooters, pushchairs to pushing a Robin Reliant! This year Gemma Magnusson, the World’s Strongest Woman will be pulling a fire engine along the pit straight. The event is open to all ages and abilities and is all about having fun whilst raising funds. You can register on-line or on the day. For more information about the MS Circuit Challenge at Goodwood please contact the MS Trust by emailing: or call 01462 476707.



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Do you know the Mushroom Man? THIS BANK HOLIDAY weekend, the University of Chichester is encouraging the public to come on to campus to see an installation by a renowned street artist. Artist Christiaan Nagel will be installing a polystyrene mushroom on the roof of a building on the University’s Bishop Otter Campus which will be viewable over the early May Bank Holiday. Mr Nagel has installed the mushrooms in numerous locations around the globe, including London, Cape Town, Barcelona and Berlin, and - in addition to the one on the Campus - will be installing them around Chichester over the weekend as part of the festival that will see national and international street artists painting in a variety of locations around the city. The University is already a haven in which to see high-quality art for free thanks to the presence of the Otter Gallery in the Learning Resources Centre, which is home to a distinguished collection of 20th and 21st century British art including work by Henry Moore, Patrick Heron, Stanley Spencer and Graham Sutherland. The Gallery also works with the wider community through a creative exhibitions programme and a series of artist-led workshops and community events throughout the year. To find out what’s coming up, go to

Films showing at New Park Cinema

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Admission to the Gallery is free at all times. It is open between 8am and 10pm weekdays and 10am to 7pm at weekends. Pay and display car park is available at the University, and is free of charge after 5pm. For more information about Christiaan Nagel, go to

Sun 5 May 12.30 Wagner (Pt1) Intro by Tony Palmer 15.00 Interval 15.45 Wagner (Pt2) 18.30 Interval 19.30 Wagner (Pt3) Mon 6 May

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Joe Roddis at Goodwood A NEW book about the wartime exploits of Joe Roddis, a Selsey resident, was launched at Goodwood recently. Joe now aged 92 served in the RAF from 1939 until 1965 as ground crew. He was based at Middle Wallop during the Battle of Britain and looked after the aircraft flown by one of the RAF’s aces, Bob Doe who later received the Distinguished Service Order and Distinguished Flying Cross. Joe then served with 485 (New Zealand) Squadron at many of the local airfields including Goodwood, Merston, Funtington and Selsey. His association with the Spitfire throughout the war lead to a connection with Carloyn Grace, whose husband Nick Grace brought and restored a two seat Spitfire, ML407 which he flew from Goodwood prior to his untimely death. Joe had looked after this aircraft whilst it was attached to his Squadron in 1944. As a result of this Joe was asked to appear in a TV programme for RDF media called “Spitfire Ace” which featured this aircraft. It was his TV appearance that lead to a former dancing partner of his Betty Wood, who he had met at RAF Biggin Hill in 1943 getting in touch with Joe. Betty was a WAAF and engaged to be married so their friendship in

1943 was just as dancing partners. After making contact again after 60 plus years, having lost their respective partners, they eventually moved in together and had 8 happy years with each other prior to Bett passing away in 2012. This book tells Joes remarkable story and also the love story entwined around his association with the Spitfire. The tale of the ground crew is not often told and these stalwarts of the RAF Squadrons were often subjected to bombing, strafing by German aircraft and poor living conditions as well as long working hours. This book was done in association with Mark Hillier and Greg Percival who have also done two previous local history books on RAF Westhampnett. Joe and the authors signed books at the event which also saw a flypast by the Boultbee Spitfire in honour of Joe. The event culminated in Joe taking a ride taxi ride in the back of the Spitfire which brought a lump to everyone’s throat. The proceeds of the book will be donated part to the Apuldram Centre and part to help keep Spitfire ML407 flying. It is available from Kims Bookshop and Tangmere aviation museum priced £12.

24 Chichester Herald Friday 3 May, 2013


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Breakfast. 9.00 Fake Britain. Homes Under the Hammer. 10.45 Animal Frontline. 11.15 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 12.00 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.20 Regional News; Weather. 1.30 Escape to the Country. 2.30 Perfection. (R) 3.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.00 Planet Earth: A Month in the Wild. 5.30 Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.25 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 6.40 The One Show. 7.10 Pointless Celebrities. (R) 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Film: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. (2003) Swashbuckling fantasy adventure, starring Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom. 10.40 BBC News. 10.55 Regional News; Weather. 11.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. 11.45 The Graham Norton Show. (R) 12.30 Film: Once. (2006) Romantic musical drama, starring Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova. 1.55 Weatherview. 2.00 BBC News. 6.00 This Is BBC Two. 6.20 Homes BBC2 Under the Hammer. (R) 7.20 Don’t

Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 8.05 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.35 Animal Park. (R) 9.20 Film: The Prince of Egypt. (1998) Animated Biblical musical, with the voice of Val Kilmer. 10.50 Film: Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece. (1961) Comic-book adventure, starring Jean-Pierre Talbot. Dubbed in English. 12.30 Badminton Horse Trials.Action from the cross-country discipline. 2.30 Live Snooker: The World Championship. Coverage of the third session of the final. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Live Snooker: The World Championship. Coverage of the concluding session of the final from Sheffield. 11.00 The Many Faces of Michael Crawford. (R) 12.00 Film: For Your Consideration. (2006) Spoof documentary, starring Christopher Guest. 1.20 Sign Zone: Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day. (R) 2.20 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 Tipping Point. (R) 11.30 You’ve Been Framed! (R) 11.55 ITV News; Weather. 12.05 ITV News London; Weather. 12.15 Film: K-9. (1989) Police comedy, starring James Belushi. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Our Queen. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.30 You’ve Been Framed! (R) 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 James Nesbitt’s Ireland. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Vicious. 9.30 The Job Lot. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.15 The Jonathan Ross Show. (R) 11.15 Monk. (R) 12.05 Jackpot247. 3.00 Champions League Weekly. 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

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6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.10 Film: The Land Before Time. (1988) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 The Secret Millionaire. (R) 11.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 11.30 What’s Cooking? 12.40 Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses. 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal: Deal in Space. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 SuperScrimpers: Spring Clean. 9.00 The Hoarder Next Door. 10.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. 11.05 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. (R) 12.05 Random Acts. 12.10 Shameless. (R) 1.05 Film: Nayak. (1966) 3.05 The Renovation Game. (R) 4.00 A Place in the Sun: Winter Sun. (R) 4.55 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.50 SuperScrimpers.




Breakfast. 9.15 Fake Britain. BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Fake Britain. Breakfast. 9.15 Fake Britain. 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Fake Britain. BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) 10.00 Animal Frontline. 10.30 State 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. BBC1 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.00 Animal Frontline. 11.30 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 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 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 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 The Apprentice. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 The Wright Way. 11.05 Live at the Apollo. (R) 11.35 Film: What Just Happened? (2007) Comedy drama, starring Robert De Niro. 1.15 Weatherview. 1.20 BBC News.

Opening of Parliament 2013. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Watchdog. Washing machines said to have a dangerous fault. 9.00 The Apprentice. The candidates dream up two new flavoured beers. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 A Question of Sport. 11.05 Film: Surrogates. (2009) Sci-fi thriller, starring Bruce Willis. 12.30 Weatherview. 12.35 BBC News.

11.00 Animal Frontline. 11.30 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 Perfection. (R) 3.45 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 4.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 5.15 Pointless. (R) 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 Waterloo Road. 9.00 Britain’s Biggest Hoarders. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week. 12.20 Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 BBC News.

This Is BBC Two. 6.05 Homes BBC2 6.00 Homes Under the Hammer. (R) BBC2 6.00 Under the Hammer. (R) 7.05 Don’t 7.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom. (R)

7.45 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.15 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 9.00 The Great British Sewing Bee. (R) 10.00 Deadly 60 on a Mission. (R) 10.30 See Hear. 11.00 Film: Tiger Bay. (1959) British thriller, starring John Mills. 12.45 Animal Park. 1.30 Weakest Link. (R) 2.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) 2.45 My Life in Books. (R) 3.15 Rewind the 60s. (R) 4.00 Life in the Undergrowth. (R) 5.00 The Great British Bake Off: Masterclass. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Nature’s Weirdest Events. (R) 8.00 Coast. 9.00 Bankers. 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.15 Weather. 11.20 Danny Boyle: Man of Wonder – Extended: A Culture Show Special. 12.20 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 12.50 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

Frontline. (R) 8.20 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 9.05 Italy Unpacked. (R) 10.05 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 10.35 HARDtalk. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Britain’s First Photo Album. (R) 1.30 Weakest Link. (R) 2.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) 2.45 My Life in Books. (R) 3.15 Rewind the 60s. (R) 4.00 Life in the Undergrowth. (R) 5.00 The Great British Bake Off Revisited. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. Quiz show. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Nature’s Weirdest Events. (R) 8.00 Bradford: City of Dreams. 9.00 The Politician’s Husband. 10.00 Watson & Oliver. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone: Boris Johnson: The Irresistible Rise. (R) 1.20 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone. 5.55 Homes Under the Hammer. (R)

Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 8.55 Live Formula 1: Spanish Grand Prix – Practice One. From the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. 10.35 The A to Z of TV Gardening. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Live Formula 1: Spanish Grand Prix – Practice Two. From the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona. 2.45 My Life in Books. (R) 3.15 Rewind the 60s. (R) 4.00 Life in the Undergrowth. (R) 5.00 The Great British Bake Off. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. 8.00 Nature’s Microworlds. 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 Pride & Prejudice: Having a Ball. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 Weather. 11.05 Film: Mansfield Park. (1999) 12.50 Sign Zone: Question Time. (R) 1.50 This Is BBC Two.




Get Done, Get Dom. (R) 7.50 Animal Frontline. (R) 8.20 Sign Zone: Saints and Scroungers. (R) 9.05 Watchdog. (R) 10.05 Paul Hollywood’s Bread. (R) 10.35 HARDtalk. (R) 11.00 BBC News. 11.30 BBC World News. 12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Britain’s First Photo Album. (R) 1.30 The Super League Show. 2.15 Classic Mastermind. (R) 2.45 My Life in Books. (R) 3.15 Rewind the 60s. (R) 4.00 Life in the Undergrowth. (R) 5.00 The Great British Bake Off: Masterclass. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Flog It! (R) 7.00 Nature’s Weirdest Events. (R) 8.00 Alex Polizzi: The Fixer Returns. 9.00 Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day. 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Toughest Place to Be a Binman – The Return. (R) 12.20 Sign Zone: James May’s Man Lab. (R) 1.20 This Is BBC Two. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.


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 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 River Monsters. 8.00 Caroline Quentin’s National Parks. 9.00 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? The People Play. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 ITV News London; Weather. 10.35 The Zoo. (R) 11.35 In Plain Sight. 12.25 Jackpot247. 3.00 Loose Women. (R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 According to Jim. (R) 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 The Secret Millionaire. (R) 11.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 11.30 What’s Cooking? 12.40 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.45 Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses. (R) 1.45 Four Rooms. 2.45 Countdown. 3.30 1001 Things You Should Know. 4.00 Deal or No Deal: Deal in Space. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic. 9.00 Mary Queen of the High Street. 10.00 Shameless. 11.05 Random Acts. 11.10 Ben Earl: Trick Artist. (R) 12.15 European Poker Tour. 1.10 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 1.35 Film: Agantuk. (1991) 3.35 Sailing: America’s Cup Discovered. 4.05 The Grid. (R) 4.30 Caterham Motorsport. (R) 4.55 Freesports on 4. (R) 5.25 FIM Superbike World Championship. (R) 5.50 SuperScrimpers.

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Doctors. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Benidorm ER. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 The Poseidon Adventure. 4.55 Inside Hollywood. (R) 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 6.35 Ultimate Police Interceptors. (R) 7.00 Building the London Underground; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Motor Morphers; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild; 5 News Update. 10.00 Film: The Bone Collector. (1999) Thriller, starring Denzel Washington. 12.20 CSI: Miami. (R) 1.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.50 Divine Designs. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)


6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 Emergency Bikers. (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 NCIS. (R) 3.15 The Mystery of Natalie Wood: Part One. (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 Inside Hollywood. 7.05 The Truth About Travellers; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Big Body Squad; 5 News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 10.00 Body of Proof. 10.55 Dallas. 11.55 CSI: NY. (R) 12.50 True Crimes: The First 72 Hours. 1.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.50 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 ITV News London; Weather. 2.00 Rory Bremner’s Great British Views. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 ITV London Weather. 4.00 Tipping Point. (R) 5.00 The Chase. (R) 6.00 ITV News London; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 All Star Mr & Mrs. 9.00 Scott & Bailey. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.35 ITV News London; Weather. 10.40 Film: Fast & Furious. (2009) Thriller sequel, starring Vin Diesel and Paul Walker. 12.30 Jackpot247.3.00 BritishTouring Car Championship Highlights. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.05 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R)

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EUROSTAR and supermarket chain Waitrose has announced a new partnership which will see the supermarket supply food and drink to all Standard class buffet cars across Eurostar’s fleet. The partnership, which will see Waitrose sandwiches, snacks and ready meals available on all Eurostar services from 30th April, marks Waitrose’s first major move into onboard food. It will also be the supermarket’s first significant move into Northern Europe, as part of its ambition to take its brand to more people in more places and expand its business-to-business and export activities. The new Eurostar bar buffet selection will include more than 20 Waitrose products including both hot and cold options from sandwiches, ready meals and salads through to fruit juice, cakes and snacks. Highlights include mushroom risotto, chicken tikka masala, a tapas selection, classic British sandwiches and the famous French Croque Monsieur. Waitrose Business to Business Director, David Morton, said: “This is a very exciting opportunity for us to work with such a prestigious brand. To be the first food brand that Eurostar’s customers experience when they are visiting Britain is tremendously powerful as we seek to expand our presence within Northern Europe.”

WIFI is now as important as ‘atmosphere’ in Britain’s pubs, it has been revealed. With technology on the tips of our fingers, many can’t bear the thought of being offline- one in seven insist Wifi access is now ‘crucial’ for them to even consider entering a café, bar or restaurant. The effect of wireless internet on our social behaviours emerged in a study of 2,000 people, and found the ability to get online is now essential to our choice of destination. In fact, staving off boredom was deemed a crucial reason to hop on the web in public – with a quarter connecting without having any specific reason or purpose to going online. The research, conducted by O2 Wifi as part of its ‘Wifi Britain’ report, found six in ten people are more comfortable spending time in public on their own now that round the clock internet access means they can log into social media in many public spaces – online access means the average person is increasingly more confident in spending time on their own without feeling lonely. In turn, the stigma of eating out on your own is also fading – more than half the study are now happy to eat and drink alone so long

Minibar - A world of cocktails in your pocket

FORMER Apple engineer, Danish app powerhouse and cocktail aficionado aim to shake up the App Store with new app. In June 2011 at the annual WWDC in California a chance meeting between Danish

app developers ignited a passionate app project called Minibar. The creators of Minibar set out to develop a premium app for iPhone designed for cocktail enthusiasts and people who enjoy mixing their own drinks. Minibar is a collaborative project between app developers Shape, former Apple Engineer, Daniel Eggert and European mixologist, Simon Jespersen. “We got talking at WWDC and soon realized we shared a passion for great apps and great cocktails! We looked at the market and felt there was an opportunity to design and build an app specifically for people who enjoy mixing their own cocktails and learning about the culture of mixology” says Nicolas Thomsen, creative director at Shape. The focus on detail and quality is apparent as soon as you launch Minibar – which is available exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch at launch. The team has been working for 18 months, carefully crafting, mixing and blending the ingredients to make sure the Minibar experience is perfect. Filled with preparation guides, tips on mixing and blending and a feature that suggests the best drinks to mix based on what ingredients you have. Minibar looks set to become a musthave app for the cocktail community and beyond.

as they have access to the internet to check emails, use social media and keep in touch with the day’s news. Gavin Franks, MD of O2, said: “Britons tell us that being able to access the Internet in their local cafes or bars is a liberating experience. ”Gone are the days when you have to twiddle your thumbs or bury your head in a book if you found yourself dining alone. “Fast, reliable and free Wifi in the places we hang out enables us to spend more time in the venue doing the things we enjoy – be that updating, posting, blogging, booking, buying or even just reading.” One in ten people have even left the venue they were in because of a lack of internet access. Not surprising when one quarter admit they have become more reliant on public Wifi in recent years – in fact, the average person connects to a public Wifi network nine times every week. And a fifth of people experience frustration and even anger towards venues that do not offer them free Wifi. A squabbling third of people said internet access was a crucial feature in settling

arguments in the pub or out with friends, while nearly half rely on access for fact checking and one fifth have cheated in a quiz. A fed up one in four men regularly turn to Wifi as an escape while waiting for their partner to try on outfits. While one in ten panicking interviewees have done a quick search via their mobile device to swot up on a company minutes before entering an interview.

Wine bluffers send decanter sales soaring CASH-STRAPPED wine snobs are sending sales of decanters soaring – because it means they can pass off cheaper wine as expensive vintages, says high street retailer Debenhams. Decanting wine from the bottle before bringing it to the table is the perfect way to avoid letting guests see the label, which would also reveal how much the wine costs. Good wine has soared in price since the recession, thanks to a collapse in the Sterling exchange rate, and successive Government tax hikes. Said Debenhams glassware buyer Amanda Evans: “Without a label, it is often difficult to tell if that cheeky little wine you’re drinking comes from Burgundy or Bulgaria. “Many men measure their standing in society by the quality of wine they serve at their dinner table. Presenting guests with obviously cheaper alternatives is, in their eyes, a serious blow to their self-esteem. “Using a decanter is the perfect method of keeping up appearances while times are hard. “We’re calling it Decanter Deception, and it’s saving wine lovers a fortune while keeping the nation in good spirits.” Sales of decanters and wine carafes are up 45% compared to this time last year Debenhams’ sales figures have revealed. They provide wine bluffers with the perfect cover, because decanting good wine is an acknowledged method of letting the wine ‘breathe’ to improve flavours. Jo Bryant, Etiquette Advisor at Debrett's says: "Wine decanters not only look

attractive, but also serve a practical purpose. The process of decanting a red wine allows it to breathe, separating mature wine from any sediment and livening up younger bottles. “Decanting should take place a couple of hours before drinking – the glass decanter must be clean and soap-free. Pour the bottle at a reasonably rapid rate, being careful towards the end to ensure that any sediment remains in the bottle. Remember that simply removing the cork from the bottle will not have the same (if any) affect, and that white wines are not usually decanted." Decanters are also essential when serving more exclusive, older wines, which often come with a residue of sediment at the bottom of the bottle. Wine in a decanter also adds glamour and a degree of ceremony to dinner parties, which can also distract guests from the real taste of the wine. Amanda Evans continues: “Despite what many wine lovers claim, their image of a wine is influenced as much from seeing the label as the taste of the wine itself. “The mere glimpse of a label bearing the name Petrus or Margaux will raise expectations even before the bottle is opened. “Big name wines have become increasingly expensive, so that even well-heeled British wine lovers now struggle to justify the cost. “However, even though there are equally good, cheaper wines available from South Arica and Chile, true wine snobs often view them with suspicion, hence the reason for Decanter Deception.”

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AS ITS name suggests, Raspberry Leaf Tea is the leaf of the raspberry plant. It is very well-known for its benefits during pregnancy, but it is beneficial to women (and Men!) at all stages of life. It is naturally high in magnesium, potassium, iron and b-vitamins, which make it helpful for nausea, leg cramps and improving sleep during pregnancy. The specific combination of nutrients in raspberry leaf makes it extremely beneficial for the female reproductive system as it strengthens the uterus and pelvic muscles which some midwives say leads to shorter and easier labors. Raspberry tea has helped with painful menstruation and flow, and lessens an overabundant period. At menopause the adrenals are geared to take over as the ovaries gradually cease functioning so many menopausal symptoms are caused by exhausted adrenals. The herb best suited to help is raspberry leaf, but also not to be missed is MEN in mid-life crisis with exhausted adrenals! They are welladvised to drink the tea too! The tannins in raspberry leaf give it astringent properties, which make it soothing both internally and externally. A strong raspberry leaf tea or tincture will

Denise Kelly sooth sunburn, eczema and rashes when used externally. Swishing with a tincture or infusion of Raspberry Leaf is great for the gums and can help alleviate the symptoms of gingivitis or gum disease. The high concentration of Vitamin C in Raspberry Leaf makes it great during illness and I also use it as a base for homemade energy drinks. I suggest it to fertility clients and think it’s amazing to ease the symptoms of PMS, endometriosis and it is helpful in couples that are trying to conceive. Raspberry leaf tea has been used for centuries as a folk medicine to treat canker sores, cold sores, and gingivitis in persons of all ages and anemia, leg cramps, diarrhea, and morning sickness in pregnant women, and as a uterine relaxant. Women who drank raspberry leaf tea had shorter labor, and fewer of their babies were delivered by forceps. Studies seems to indicate that

women who ingest raspberry leaf might be less likely to receive an artificial rupture of their membranes, or require a caesarean section, forceps or vacuum birth than other women. In other words, scientific studies show that drinking raspberry tea actually is beneficial during pregnancy. You can drink raspberry leaf tea iced in the summer and hot in the winter. You can also make a pregnancy tea using 4 parts Raspberry Leaf and 1 parts Nettle Leaf. You can also add 1 part Peppermint Leaf for help with nausea during early pregnancy. For those trying to improve fertility, three or more cups can be consumed daily. It tastes very similar to regular tea without the caffeine, which makes it wonderful in the evening. If you’re a tea drinker, consider adding this in place of regular tea. 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.

Raspberry Leaf has a range of benefits to both men and women

Fun Facts… DID you know that laughing lowers levels of stress hormones and strengthens the immune system and that touch stimulates the release of endorphins (the body’s natural pain killers). There are approximately 5 million touch receptors in our skin including 3,000 in each finger tip. Also on average, women say 7,000 words per day. Men speak just over 2,000. Surely that’s not true!

60% of bosses don’t believe sick-day excuses

SIX IN TEN bosses don’t believe their employees’ excuses when they call in sick, research has shown. Some employees have even tried to miss a day with the most bizarre set of excuses, including ‘my dog has had a big fright and I don’t want to leave him’ and ‘a can of baked beans landed on my big toe.’ Suspicious managers are convinced their workers are lying to them in over half of the ‘not coming in’ calls they receive – not surprising when workers admit that they could probably have made it into work on one fifth of the sick days they’ve taken so far. The results emerged in a study of sickness absence management, commissioned by the mutual healthcare provider benenden health. One in four rigorously question those who don’t sound ill enough or who give weak excuses, with factors like the weather being nice or the person seeming fine the day

before rousing suspicion. It also emerged a surprising third of bosses always scour the social media profiles of those they suspect to be taking a sickie, looking for proof they are ill – or ways to catch them out. The study of 1,000 bosses and 1,000 employees found certain excuses stand up better than others – vomiting bugs, viruses and abdominal pains are more likely to be believed – although, trying to take a day off sick for neck or back pain, because of a pulled muscle or fatigue will be looked on a lot less favourably. Gill Landon, HR & Development Director at benenden health said: ”In a tough economy, managing sickness absence becomes vital for businesses, but employers are clearly suspicious about days taken off for illness – perhaps not surprising given the varied excuses presented for absence. “This is not helped by the fact that for more than a fifth of the sick days taken, workers admitted they could have actually made it into work. “High levels of sickness absence can have a huge negative impact on businesses – both from a financial perspective and on the effect it has on staff who bear the extra workload. This is naturally causing employers to be more alert to spotting staff who are not genuinely ill, using methods such as checking

their social media profiles to catch them out if they are lying or rigorously questioning the reasons they give for their absence. “However, employers should also show caution – we can see from the findings that being stressed or overworked can result in increased numbers of sick days being taken. Employers need to play their part by ensuring that the wellbeing of staff is dealt with through an effective health and wellbeing policy in the workplace.” The research also revealed six in ten bosses trust certain employees a lot more than others when it comes to people calling in sick. Two thirds of bosses still demand their employees ring them when ill and are adamant that a text or email is not tolerated. But bosses are more suspicious when the weather is good – aware of the temptation to run to the park or beach, while one in two bosses start to ask questions if the absentee seemed fine the day before. The burden of sickness absence was truly revealed in the results – with almost one in three businesses lacking the resource to manage staff illness. A quarter of managers say there is a real problem with coping with staff absence in their workplace. The biggest effects of sickness were the demotivation caused to those covering absent team members, while many chiefs admitted that the lack of an internal sickness policy regularly takes its toll.

Perhaps that’s why 55% of employees dread making a sick call to their boss. Yet workers admitted they could have made into work and done their job well in over a fifth of the sick days they’ve taken so far. The research showed that the average person has completely skived off work on four occasions in their life to date – faking sick when they weren’t ill at all. But three in ten workers have been forced to take a day off sick because they were suffering from stress, and an exhausted quarter have had to stay at home as a result of fatigue from being overworked. A third say their company is in no shape to cope with illness and has too small a staff to cover people, while a quarter have experienced an illness due to trying to work too hard. Gill Landon added: ”Clearly sickness absence in the workplace, whether through genuine illness or otherwise, does have a significant impact on businesses and so it is important for employers to have a robust procedure for managing absence. “If an organisation has an effective approach to employee health and wellbeing, this can result in healthier workers who are more productive and who will have lower levels of sickness absence. By adopting a caring approach to their employees’ health and having a proper scheme in place, employers can pro-actively assist in reducing sickness absence in their workplace.”

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Fashion & Lifestyle Making the right impression at an interview APPEARANCE really isn’t everything, but when it comes to interviews, this is arguable. A bad first impression can really hamper the progress of your interview, no matter how good your CV is. You could have all the charm of Audrey Hepburn, but it's not going to get through if you’ve made a bad first impression. Gauge the company Before heading to your interview, make sure you do as much research into the company and its character before you turn up. While ‘business attire’ is always going to be a safe option, more and more offices nowadays are becoming much more casual, especially in media. Part of what companies are looking for is someone who will fit in. If someone comes into a smart casual office for an interview looking too stuffy, the interviewer might get the wrong impression and pass you up for someone who looks more the part. On the flipside, if your prospective office is a little more on the traditional side, you definitely don’t want to turn up looking too casual. A blouse and skirt combination or a smart-looking, well-fitted dark peplum dress is going to be perfect. Too much skin Coming into an interview showing off a little too much cleavage or skin below the

hem line isn’t going to do you any favours. For a start, it’s going to send out the wrong signals. Whether they are correct or not, the last thing you want is for the interviewer to think you’re trying to get the job through means other than your aptitude. Makeup First off, try to avoid turning up with no makeup at all. Unfortunately, this can be taken as a sign of not caring and make it seem as if you don’t really give two hoots about the position. On the other hand, too much can damage your chances too - you don’t want to look like you’re ready for a night on the town. What you want to aim for is classic beauty. Your makeup should make you look alert, confident and groomed. Lingerie The visible panty line - considered one of the worst clothing faux pas possible, should be avoided at all costs. Try to keep your panty line under the waist line of your skirt or trousers, and avoid thongs at all costs. Nor do you want your prospective employer to be able to see your bra through your clothing. If you look in the mirror and find your attention is being drawn to your bra, then it might just be a little too obvious.

Horoscopes Aries A good week for dealing with financial issues provided you do your due diligence investments made this week could prove sound. This week you will make some form of commitment but you should set the ground rules if this is to succeed long term. A candid conversation now could prevent the possibility of misunderstandings in the future.

Taurus As the song says you will get by with a little help from your friends. This is a week when you may feel overwhelmed by your work load. Stop being a martyr, ask for help, you will be surprised at home much can be achieved with another pair of hands and those hands could belong to a future romantic interest! Gemini You can’t please all of the people all of the time. And why should you? Don’t let others put you down. You may not be perfect but you come a pretty good second at times. Use this time for positive reflection and take control at work and home. You may be surprised at how favourably you are seen by others

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Cancer You may be inclined towards reminiscing this week, that’s ok provided you ditch the rose coloured glasses and the hammer house of horror script. Put things into perspective and remember that the past is preparation for the present and a guide towards the future. You are stronger and wiser now so trust that gut feeling! Leo You feel a little lost this week and unfulfilled, that is because you are allowing others too much influence over you. So what if you don’t want to climb the corporate ladder, that’s ok. And you prefer fish and chips to nouveau cuisine. That’s ok too. Be your own person,

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Mums feel ‘drained of self-belief ’ when it comes to returning to work WOMEN on maternity leave feel completely out of touch with the working world 11 months after giving birth, research has revealed. Experts found millions of new mums cope admirably with the dramatic change in focus that comes with caring for a new arrival but are struck by a crisis of confidence – feeling they are no longer capable of cutting it in the professional world. The study of 2,000 found that with the demands of managing a family placed firmly on their shoulders, eight out of ten new mums feel unchallenged, socially isolated, and are lacking in confidence. The results also showed two thirds admit being drained of self-belief when it comes to the idea of returning to work after time away starting a family. The study by AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) also found fears over not being accepted or taken seriously in their former industry were prominent, while many simply felt they would no longer be able to cope with high-powered demands or pressure. Jane Scott Paul, Chief Executive of AAT,

set your own goals and be proud to be you. Virgo With the holidays looming this may be a good time to think of a long weekend or a few days break. Make sure to book somewhere that is restful but not too peaceful as you crave stimulus this week both in the company you share and the activities you take part in. Choose both wisely and you should have fun! Libra This week is centered on children. You could be helping out at a school event, baby sitting for a friend or spending quality time with your own child. Whether you are taking a trip to the park or simply reading a bed time story a fun time is forecast. On the work front, stick to your guns, you’re right! Scorpio Well who is in a bit of an emotional pickle? Think you made a mistake? Come on; snap out of it, we all make mistakes. If you think you made a fool of yourself just remember today’s news is tomorrows chip paper and if you think you hurt someone how hard is it to say sorry. Sagittarius You may be surprised to learn that you are on the minds

said: “It’s only natural that as our families grow our daily routines and priorities change but this doesn’t necessarily mean that one’s career should be negatively affected or sacrificed. “Employers are missing out on the skills, expertise and knowledge that these women can bring to businesses across the economy. “With Nick Clegg announcing the need for shared parenting responsibilities, it’s evident that most women take sole responsibility for raising their families ultimately giving up work. “While some mums may make this choice, we need to ensure those who want to return to the workforce can do so with confidence.”

of some of your friends and family. They may have concerns about your well being. Have you phoned them lately? Put their minds at rest with a phone call. Romantic relationships are destined to provide a few shocks too but not necessarily negative ones. Be prepared for change. Capricorn You will be considering branching out this week. This could be a career change but more likely a new activity that takes you outside of your comfort zone. This great week for making changes and meeting new people. You have been feeling a little down of late and this will be just what the doctor ordered! Aquarius Still on the roller coaster? Slow down and give yourself a break. Your brain is in overdrive and you are in danger of it combusting. Instead of focusing on your “to do” list try focusing on your “what not to do” list and the “what to get others to do” list. You will be surprised how well it works! Pisces You love to be loved. You want to be the life and soul of the party, the best worker, friend and the most popular colleague. Phew that takes some doing and it masks some insecurities. This week you need to be a little reflective and find out what you really want because it is waiting there for you.

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Brain Gym


Double Crossword

Last week’s solutions:

CRYPTIC - Across: 1 Stag; 3 Prudence; 9 At heart; 10 Rumba; 11 General store; 13 Adroit; 15 Roller; 17 Fighting form; 20 Areas; 21 Ontario; 22 In the bag; 23 Isle. Down: 1 Shanghai; 2 Ashen; 4 Rattle; 5 Dark thoughts; 6 Numeral; 7 Eras; 8 Marry in haste; 12 Trombone; 14 Raiment; 16 Mimosa; 18 Ogres; 19 Sari. QUICK - Across: 1 Cite; 3 Campaign; 9 Noxious; 10 Levee; 11 Second nature; 13 Exotic;15 Afresh; 17 Superstition; 20 Twist; 21 Elevate; 22 Mutilate; 23 Very. Down: 1 Canister; 2 Toxic; 4 Assent; 5 Pilot-officer; 6 Inverse; 7 Need; 8 Coincidental; 12 Thundery; 14 Oculist; 16 Assert; 18 Irate; 19 Item.

Choose either quick or cryptic clues.

Cryptic Clues: Across



1. They have been worn

2. I’m quiet, but he

by men in retirement

Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.







probably won’t be! (3)


3. Pleased to be lucky (5)

9. It turns quiet at the end

4. Soils satins, perhaps (6)


5. Train that is brought to

10. Does it provide wood for building aircraft?

absolute rest (7)




6. Evict a sailor and look

11. Most of the men

the other way (4,5)

attempt to find a way in











7. His work is above most

(5) 13. Get in an unusual profit

8. Where games are won

14. It contains a variety of

by the over-forties (6,5)

provisions (6)

12. It makes one admission

16. Women haven’t the face to use them! (6)

after another (9)

18. In fairness, it’s simply

15. It’s clear I’d be involved

very cold water (7)

in whatever occurred (7)

19. Part of the audit totalled

17. Be up in a local tax and

up to the same thing (5)



20. Part of the tide of


19. Live well on five

21. Slip up out of merriment

hundred (5)


Last week’s solutions: 1






























21. It may be pierced or just

22. The top salesmen in

pricked (3)

print? (4,7)











How you rate: 15 words - average; 20 words - good; 25 words - very good; 30 or more - excellent.


5 32










12 15





14 25

26 13

Last week’s solutions:



apart, apparatus, part, parts, past, pasta, pats, puts, rapt, rata, rats, rust, ruts, satrap, spat, sprat, spurt, star, strap, tapa, taps, tars, trap, traps, tsar, turps.

2. Sheep (3)

9. Employ (3)

3. Sea-eagles (5)

10. Transact (9)

4. Summary (6)

11. Takes off (5)

5. Sailor (7)

13. Tarnished (7)

6. Fancied (9)

14. Scream (6)

7. Get far ahead of (11) 12. Anticipation (9)

19. Purchaser (5)

15. Rapture (7)

20. Abandon (4,5)

17. Part of the eye (6)

21. Fish (3)

19. Consecrate (5)

22. January 1st (3,5,3)

21. Epoch (3)

Fill in the white squares with numbers 1 to 9. Each horizontal block must add up to the number in the shaded square to its left, and each vertical block to the number above. Numbers may be used once in each block. Last week’s solutions:














1 7 1 4 8 4 3 9 6 1 9 8 7 2 7 2 3 9 4 1 2 8 5 4 8 6 6 7 9 8 5 9 2 5

2 7 8 4 8 7 5 6 6 3 3 8 9 8 7 6 2 7 6 6 5

5 9







Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is R. Hereford, Longhorn, Friesian, all breeds of cattle

Alphamuddle Rearrange the letters in the grid B to make five words that read both across and down. Five letters have been placed to start you off.


4 2

Last week’s solutions: >

D ?



2 5

Sudoku Fill in the grids below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9.


8. Starring part (7,4)

18. Performer (7)

18 18

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?


1. Sleight of hand (11)

Scribble pad




Kakuro 14

Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9-letter word to be found.

Quick Clues:

16. Stress (6)

get discount (6)

lawlessness? (5,4)



people! (11)



From top to bottom Simple, Intermediate, Difficult








Last week’s solutions: Trace, Remix, Amide, Cider, Exert.

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Why the time is right for the Government's Green Deal THIS year will see the Government’s Green Deal programme gather momentum. Through the deal, homeowners will be able to install green, energy saving systems onto their properties with no up front costs. Here John Mayes, Managing Director at Bristol-based insulated brick cladding specialists Eurobrick, explains the longterm benefits of the scheme. THE cost of heating a home in Britain is constantly on the rise, and with winters seeming to get longer and colder, the thought of the gas bill arriving through the letterbox can be a real worry. The Green Deal will assist in alleviating some of these pressures by helping homeowners to install energy efficiency measures with the costs being recovered from the subsequent savings in their energy bills. The widespread installation of green systems, such as wind generators, wall insulation, draught proofing and solar water heating, will not only reduce the amount of money that people are spending on their bills, but they will also help to lower the country’s dependence on fossil fuels. Improving the green credentials of properties across the UK should be seen as a long-term investment for the country. The change in attitude towards energy saving in new builds

has been greeted with tremendous support, but there are still millions of inefficient older buildings that fall far short of modern standards. The UK needs to lower its carbon footprint and everybody can take action and make alterations to their lifestyle to help achieve this goal. The Green Deal will give people the opportunity to ‘do their bit’, without having to initially pay for the work. The Green Deal can also be seen as a vehicle for educating people on the different methods and systems that can be employed to improve the energy efficiency of a property. Technology such as our own insulated brick cladding does not always grab the public’s attention in the same way as solar panels or wind generators, but its energy saving credentials are undeniably impressive. When working to improve the energy efficiency of old buildings, our insulated system, X-Clad, can significantly reduce energy consumption, at the same time as improving internal comfort conditions and rejuvenating the exterior look of a property. Turning a blind eye to our country’s carbon footprint cannot continue. The Government has an enormous task ahead, but everyone has a part to play. The Green Deal gives individuals an opportunity for an affordable plan of action for improving their own property’s energy efficiency. These changes will have to be made at some point, so what better time than now?




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Told through captivating song, riveting drama and stunning choreography, the auditionees describe the events that have shaped their lives and their decisions to become dancers. Based on true stories, Now for the first time since its award‐winning London season premiered in 1975, the original creators join forces to bring this legendary musical to the world‐famous London Palladium. Boasting such classics as ‘One (Singular Sensation)’, ‘What I Did For Love’ and ‘At The Ballet’, A Chorus Line is an iconic musical masterpiece that should not be missed.

Craig Revel Horwood’s brand new show, Strictly Confidential will give theatre audiences the chance to get up close and personal with the stars. Starring Lisa Riley, Artem Chigvintsev, Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, Strictly Confidential will take fans on an epic journey told through music, song and breathtaking dance routines. Learn secrets about Lisa, Ian, Artem & Natalie in this frank & revealing autobiographical dance spectacular and share the milestone moments in each of their careers, told magnificently in song and dance.

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BMS Cars LTD trading as BMS Cars LTD of Unit 2, Purchase Farm, Easton Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, West Sussex, PO20 7NU is applying for a licence to use Unit 2, Purchase Farm, Easton Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester, West Sussex, PO207NU as an operating centre for 3 goods vehicles and 0 trailers. Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings) near the operating centre(s) who believe that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected should make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF, stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice. Representors must at the same time send a copy of their representations to the applicant at the address given at the top of this notice. A Guide to Making Representations is available from the Traffic commissioner’s office.

LICENSING APPLICATION- LICENSING ACT 2003 Notice of application for the grant of a Premises Licence. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been made to the Licensing Authority of Chichester District Council for the grant of a Premises Licence under Section 17 of the Licensing Act 2003. Details of the application: Name of Applicant: Trustees Of New Park Community Arts And Association Postal address of premises: (or if no postal address, description of location and extent of the premises): New Park Community Association New Park Centre New Park Road Chichester West Sussex PO19 7XY Brief description of application: Plays, Indoor Sporting Events: Everyday 09:00 – 23:00. Films: Sun to Thurs 09:00 – Midnight,

Fri & Sat 09:00 – 02:00. Live Music, Recorded Music, Performance of Dance and Anything Similar to Live Music, Recorded Music and Performance of Dance: Mon to Sat 09:00 – Midnight, Sun 09:00 – 23:00. Late Night Refreshment (Provision of hot food and hot drink after 23:00): Sun to Thurs 23:00 – Midnight, Fri & Sat 23:00 – 02:00. Retail Sale of Alcohol: Everyday 10:00 – 23:00. It is not our intention to provide these activities for the full duration of the times applied for, but merely to afford us a degree of flexibility. A copy of the statutory register may be inspected during normal office hours at the address shown below.

Any Responsible Authority or Interested Party wishing to make representations on this matter must submit those representations in writing to the Principal Licensing Officer, Licensing Team, Environmental Health Services, Chichester District Council, East Pallant House, East Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TY or by email to: by no later than the 28/5/13 Any representations will be notified to the applicant and will be considered by the Licensing Authority. Please note that it is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application and, on summary conviction for the offence, a person is liable to a fine not exceeding level five on the standard scale (currently £5,000).

Lending to first-time buyers increases in February THE number of first-time buyers increased by 3% in February, marking the best start to a year since 2008, according to data by the Council of Mortgage Lenders. Activity in the first-time buyer sector was 17% stronger in February than in February last year, and combined with January reached the largest number of first-time buyers in the first two months of the year since 2008. Lending to home movers fell -

contributing to an overall dip in house purchase lending - while remortgage lending also eased. A total of 16,400 loans were advanced to first-time buyers in February, up on 15,900 in January and 14,000 at the same time last year. By value, loans to first-time buyers totalled £2 billion, the same amount as the previous month, but 18% higher than in February 2012 (1.7 billion). First-time buyers accounted for 43%

of all house purchase loans in February. This was the sixth consecutive month that this indicator has been at or above 40%, suggesting that market conditions continue to improve for first-time buyers. Indicators of loan affordability also suggest that the market was marginally more favourable for first-time buyers in February. First-time buyers typically borrowed a smaller amount in February than in January, both in absolute terms and relative to their

income. First-time buyers typically borrowed 3.19 times their income in February, down from 3.2 times in January, while the average loan to value ratio remained at 80%. This is likely to be associated with a shift towards the purchase of less expensive properties by first-time buyers, with a small increase in the proportion of properties bought for less than £125,000. Lending to home movers fell in February for the third consecutive month.


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A detached cottage style a cul-de-sac detached Georgian stylehouse house situated situated in within 400 yardsofof aroundjust half300 a mile from shops schools. The the beach private&estate yards from the and private beach. propertyu.P.V.C. has been refurbished & aspect remodelled by the current G.F.H, d/glazing, triple lounge, good sized owner & includes u.P.V.C. dble glazing, aspect dining room, fittedG.F.H., kitchen with separate utilitydual room, lounge, goodfour sizebedrooms kit/dining (one room,with refitted cloakroom, master cloakroom, walkin wardrobe/ bedroom with refitted contemporary shower suite, three further storage area), bathroom, garage and delightful mature bedrooms, refitted bathroom, detached double garage & a gardens. EPC rating is E South East facing rear garden. EPC Rating: D

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OFTEN teams face a big week that if Liverpool win but after determines the fate of their season. And often the defeat on saturday it comes in January. the faithful will be hoping confidence isn’t dented However, by a quirk of the fixtures especially with Ipswich, computer and TV scheduling the Albion West face 3 massive games in a week, each for Ham and different reasons. Saturday, 29 October 2011 Birmingham Liverpool wednesday : The game against Npower Championship all on the Liverpool in the Carling Cup has the drama • Barnsley horizon.v Bristol City, 15:00 and the history. The Reds have Steven if Liverpool win but after didn’t want to face Crystal Palace as the • Birmingham injury to striker Ngog. However, v Brighton, 15:00every time Gus nd often thethey defeat on saturday It has to be said though, of the years of ribbing if they lost to their • Crystal Albion havehis failed tohave beat themtested since he Palace vteam Reading, 15:00 thefear faithful will be hoping Poyet and been rivals toogames much.inI charge did point in their twohe games season. confidence isn’tbe dented s took over, seemsthis to apply the midas touch Poyetwould marks 100 justout to that add • Derby v Portsmouth, 15:00 itanother could with work the other wayemulates of course.clashes in and Nottingham Forest: Oncolours. the especially Ipswich, ion they pass with flying It may be twist. If the game • Doncaster v Coventry, 15:00 about statistics? final day they play Leicester who West h for the most high profile week of his fledgling theWhat 80s and 91 the we could be in for a cracker. • Millwall v Ipswich, 15:00 Ham Crystal and Palace: final day can still make the top 6 (but managerial career, and, like can’t Albion fans, he Leeds friday : 3Going pointsinto on the offer. 3 points • Nott’m Forest v Hull, 15:00 Birmingham gainst the won in any of their last 9 face Seagulls). recent will the be hoping thatThe after the 7 days and 3 on Eagles offer. 3haven’t points on offer. v Middlesbrough, 15:00 • Southampton allgames. on Palace the Their drama form:is3 certainly feared game between two sides games, it’s safethe passage to the last 16 and 6 tuesday points yesnot butbe also a • Watford v Peterborough, 15:00 horizon. n ALBION fans won’t have to wait much longer but theyif have matchmisunderstood winners in Zaha and The Forest strong against the points looked in the bag. fierce, sometimes rivalry. It has to be saidand though, every timeago Gus Ham Their v Leicester, to discover their opponents in the play-off Glenn Murray wasn’t long Seagulls. recent15:00 run reads first clash between it the two sides at thethat Amex. •West Poyet and his team have been tested since he semi-finals. All will become clear after the Ian Holloway successful in the play 1 win 7. v Blackpool, 17:20 Glenn Murraywas returns to his former club.offs • Burnley took over,with he seems to apply the midas touch Poyetgames marksof100 in on charge just to add final thegames season Saturday. before Blackpool. Whatever you takeCantor from each to Johnny and BBC Gerard back for the first time since march, Whenever you look at games in isolation they Listen another twist. If the game emulates clashes in and they pass with flying colours. It may be Albionofhave 4th place in the bagfrom so that Bolton: Aside from the but Albion, Bolton are Sunday, team’s recent form, Iall believe that Sussex Sport for your sports straight the back of a spanking Spurs. have a certain significance when you look 30 October 2011 the most high profile week of his fledgling the 80s and 91 we could be in for a cracker. means the second leg will be atouting homeagainst but whoa the in-7form side approaching the this finalperiod day. 4 Npower fan hadChampionship oneof thing right last weekend. There is coverage Brighton & Hove Albion Vicente may well get his first at the days and 3 games together managerial career, and, like Albion fans, he Leeds friday : 3 points on offer. 3 points will behetheir opponents? wins inbecome their last 6 games. They have faltered also an emotional factor for who supporters football club and Sussex County club beat when with Valencia. Noone the could a pivotal point in the season. • Leeds v Cardiff, 13:15 will be hoping that after the 7 days and 3 on offer. 3 points on offer. OneisAlbion fan said to me last weekend slightly in recentNoone) weeks especially after an want to play. A gut feel. Cricket Club. roofer a story well documented aswell. Gus games, No-one would beand suprised it’s safe(not passage to the last 16 6 Palace tuesday : 3 points yes but also a fierce, if sometimes misunderstood rivalry. The points in the bag. Tuesday, 1 November 2011 first clash between the two sides at the Amex. Npower Championship Follow them Glenn Murray returns to his former club. 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Chi take crown third year running Sunday 28th April 2013 Under 18 Youth West Chichester 3-1 Pagham Joe Gromett (2), Tom Green Chichester 2-1 Pagham Joe Gromett (2)

CHICHESTER U18’s double victory against Pagham brings the Youth West Division title to Oaklands Park for a third successive season. The scene was set a double header home tie against local rivals Pagham and Chi knowing that three points would bring back the U18 Youth West Division title to Chichester for third successive season. A large crowd turned out to watch the youngsters play this important game and they were treated to a quick game of committed football by both teams. Chi started with a high tempo and immediately put pressure on Pagham but both their defence and goalkeeper marshalled the attacks well to see the game through to


half time with no score. After the break Chi continued their pressure and a fine through ball from Johan Vandriel put Chi Captain Joe Gromett through on goal who raced through and launched the ball into the roof of the Pagham net, much to the delight of the Chi players who celebrated en mass. A few minutes later a searching run from left back James Knowles ended in a crunching tackle which saw the ball run free to Tom Green to place calmly in the bottom corner and more team Chi celebrations for 2-0. However there was a reminder from Pagham that the game was not over when a quick break turned the Chi defence and the ball was calmly lofted over the advancing Austen Holden, 2-1 and the start of a ten minute nervy spell for the would be champions where Pagham threw everything at them. However 3rd goal for Chi and a second goal for Gromett sealed the victory and brought the West Division Trophy back to Oaklands for a third successive season, and also showed the value of their long term Youth policy which is now

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A great day and a great result for both the U18’s youth team and the club in general. Chi Game 1: Holden, Gilbert, Barratt, Boulton, Knowles, Ansa, Tallent, Gromett(Capt.), Green(Heath) Chi Game 2: Holden, Boulton(Gilbert), Heath, Lillywhite, Chittock, Boutwood, Tallent(Pattison), Pope, Ansa(Barratt), Gromett, Villanueva (Capt.)

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