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EMPLOYEES at one of Chichester’s most popular stores face an uncertain future after Clinton Cards went into administration. Administrators at Zolfo Cooper said it was “likely that a number of stores will need to be closed” to make the company more viable. The greeting cards retailer has in excess of 751 Clinton Cards and Birthdays stores employing more than 8,000 full and part time staff – including those of Chichester and Bognor Regis. Staff at the Chichester branch on East Street have refused to comment on the situation, instead directing any questions to an administration notice pinned to the till desk. The move into administration came after
Barclays Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland sold the company’s £35million loan to the firm’s largest supplier, American Greetings Corporation. While the banks had waived certain conditions for the loans, American Greetings pressed for repayments which Clinton Cards could not repay.
Despite evaluating ways to restructure its business, Clinton’s was unfortunately unable to secure adequate support or funding for its restructuring plans Administrators said the company made losses in excess of £130million since 2004. Continued on page 3
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Chichester District beaches are among the best in Europe THE WATER QUALITY at all three EU designated beaches in the district can be considered among the best in England and Europe after the water is classified as ‘excellent’ once again. All three beaches in the district – West Wittering, Bracklesham Bay and East Beach in Selsey – have received a Solent Water Quality Award again this year, due to the quality of the water in 2011. Councillor John Connor Cabinet Member for Environment at Chichester District Council, says: “We have been working hard with the Environment Agency and Southern Water to make sure our beaches are safe, as well as fun. “During the bathing season (May to September) all EU designated beaches are sampled on a weekly basis to check the quality of the water. “We are proud that our water quality is once again ranked as excellent. With many people choosing to stay at home for their annual holiday, the fact that our beaches have great water quality can only be a good thing for tourism in the district.” The results of this sampling programme can be found on Chichester District Council’s website (www.chichester.gov.uk/ waterquality). The results are also displayed on posters at seven locations around the district:
• reception at the Council’s East Pallant House Offices; • the Tourist Information Centre in South Street, Chichester; • the display cabinet at East Beach, Selsey; • the Selsey Area Office; • the display cabinet at Bracklesham Bay; • the notice board at the entrance to West
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THE180 mile sponsored cycle ride between Chichester and its twinned city, Chartres, was once more the highlight of the Spring Bank Holiday. Organised by Chichester Harbour Rotary Club, this year in aid of The Prostrate Cancer Charity. Some thirty cyclists were given an official send-off on Friday by the Mayor and Dean of the Cathedral. First stop was Portsmouth and the ferry to Ouistreham. The route then took them ninety miles through some of the most beautiful countryside in France before an overnight stop at Evreux. The usual civic reception had this year to be cancelled owing
to the Presidential elections, but many of the cyclists attended vespers at Chartres Cathedral, where a letter was presented to the Dean from the Chichester clergy. The return journey was by coach, from Chartres to Caen on Monday, 7th May, and ferry, arriving at Portsmouth. Luggage was transported by the organizers throughout and there was a support system supplying water, snacks, first-aid, spare parts, etc.. This is the fifth year that the Club has organized the event which, over that time, has raised over £40,000 for charitable causes.
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Continued from 1 Peter Saville, joint administrator and partner at Zolfo Cooper said: “Recently, Clintons has been faced with extremely challenging trading conditions, particularly in its Birthdays subsidiary, where the combined cost to the Group in terms of acquisition cost and accumulated losses is estimated to have been in excess of £130million since 2004. “Despite evaluating ways to restructure its business, Clinton’s was unfortunately unable to secure adequate support or funding for its restructuring plans. The challenging business environment, and in particular the increased competition for greetings cards and related products, meant that the Group required radical restructuring and administration was the last remaining option available. “Our first priority is to stabilise the business and assess its financial position. We will continue to trade the business whilst we undertake a full marketing exercise to find buyers for all or parts of the Group so that the best possible outcome can be achieved for stakeholders. “It is likely that a number of stores will need to be closed in order to make the business financially viable. However, Clinton Cards and Birthdays are very well-known brands on the high street and we believe that there is a strong underlying core business. We are therefore confident that it is an attractive proposition for a range of potential buyers and welcome expressions of interest from third parties.”
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She sculpts magnificent nudes in bronze FRANCE They haven’t suddenly found socialism. They are the most genuinely left wing state in the world. The incredibly courageous French Resistance was run by the French Communist Party, and the French have never lost their respect for that. Nor should they. INEQUALITY Of course we should make high earners pay more tax. They won’t leave the country. Years ago I was a member of Harlequins rugby club, and the players wrote to the secretary complaining their match fees were more than the spectators paid to watch. The reply was “Of course you pay more than the spectators. You get a better view of the game.” Brilliant. CHICHESTER ROADWORKS Saw a driver being booked by a policeman this week. It looked as though he’d maybe jumped a red at a set of temporary lights. We all tend to think roadworks lights are only 99% as obligatory at permanent ones (they are, 100%). Yet there’s no white line to pull up to, and sometimes you wonder if they’re stuck. I rang a law firm that represents motorists and they said you can try to fight a prosecution because the white line isn’t there. And, I wonder, what’s the legal status of the men with STOP/GO boards? Are motorists just as vulnerable to prosecution if they jump one of those?
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Tommy Boyd TWO MINUTES I darted into a Chichester supermarket for bread and milk and was beguiled by a woman’s love for the baby in her trolley. She told me their other child had autism, and they felt blessed. The lad never goes to bed before 2.00am, but loves the National Geographic Channel, and regularly updates them on Ecuador or rhinoceroses. Two minutes later, round the next aisle I came across a man forcing his disabled child down into a pushchair yelling “Never defy yer muvver! In public! You’re for it now!” Whether he was drunk or drugged, or had mental issues himself, he wasn’t fit to be in charge of a child. Shoppers and staff were upset and concerned. We contacted Social Services, who were brilliant. I am wondering if humanity is dislocating into two new species…
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Cat flap used in house burglary A FAMILY living in Hawthorn Road, Bognor awoke to discover they had been burgled in the early hours of Friday 27 April. Detective Constable Andrea Watts from West Sussex CID said: "Having your house burgled is a distressing experience for most families and is even more so, when you have been asleep in your bed during the incident. "We believe this was an opportunistic burglar who has reached through the cat flap at the rear of the property and used the key that was in the lock to then let themselves in. "Once inside the burglar has taken cigarettes, an HTC Desire phone, an IPOD touch with a silver back and a very distinctive Orla Kiely floral wallet, 8" x 4", with zip-up compartments and a design similar to the one in the picture. "If you heard or saw any suspicious activity in Hawthorne Road between 12am and 7am on Friday 27 April please call 101 quoting serial 0287 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. "Please make sure to always lock doors and windows and put door keys out of sight and reach. Dial 999 immediately if you hear or see anything that raises your suspicions."
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Smugglers entertain THE JAZZ Smugglers entertained a full house at the newly re-opened Woodmancote Arms on Saturday night. Money raised from the evening has been donated to The Aldingbourne Trust, a West Sussex charity supporting adults with learning disabilities. It was a fabulous evening with music from George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and Duke Ellington. The Jazz Smugglers will be performing as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival in May. The Aldingbourne Trust has recently launched a £4million Appeal to raise money to build new facilities and to expand some current ones at the Aldingbourne Country Centre. They will be run as Social Enterprises, not only producing an income to support people with learning and/or physical
disabilities but also to train adults with disabilities so that they can gain the skills in a real-life setting in order to become more independent and to apply for future employment opportunities. Michelle McKinley-Bell from the Aldingbourne Trust said: “We are really grateful to the Woodmancote Arms for hosting a successful evening in aid of our charity. The Jazz Smugglers were brilliant! We would love it if people would be interested in supporting us in any way, from small events, to taking part in Action Challenges or even coming and volunteering at the Aldingbourne Country Centre.” For more information please contact: email@example.com or telephone: 01243 544607.
• SINCE February this year, children from five Chichester primary schools have been taking part in an exciting new project to encourage and help them to save money. Working with West Sussex Credit Union, they have all started their own Junior Savers accounts, where each week pupils bring in pocket money or money they have earned at home doing jobs to save in their own account. The deposits are paid into secure savings accounts with the Credit Union, which the young people can monitor on-line. Children at some of the schools have even
presented their own assemblies to tell the other children about the benefits of saving and why the Credit Union is the best place for their money. The project has been supported by local housing association Hyde Martlet, part of The Hyde Group; Chichester District Council and the England Illegal Money Lending Team’s ‘Stop Loan Sharks’ campaign. All were keen to encourage children to understand the importance of good money management and saving for their futures.
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AN AWARD ceremony for a Chichester Children’s Poetry Competition has been held by the Rotary Club of Chichester. In association with Waterstone’s Booksellers, the award ceremony took place in the Chichester Assembly Rooms on Friday 27th April. All the prize winning children attended together with many parents, grandparents, teachers and Rotary Club Members. Entries to the competition were judged by the well known Author and Poet Stephanie Norgate who leads
the MA course in creative writing at Chichester University. Stephanie gave some background to her selection of each of the winning poems and read them individually. The standard of the winning poems this year was very high and they received warm applause from the fifty strong audience. Councillor Richard Plowman presented the prizes dressed in his historic uniform as Official Town Crier, There were three prizes in each of three age categories, 5-7yrs, 8-11yrs and 12-15yrs.
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London to Brighton These Technical Times SIX motivated supporters of the Aldingbourne Trust will be walking 100km non-stop from London to Brighton this Saturday (12 May) hoping to raise thousands of pounds. The Challengers Anne Sprules, Kat Gower, Ali Alder, Jonno Alder, Marjory Greig and Abigail Rowe hope to complete the journey in around 20 hours and will be walking through the night to achieve this mission. Between them they hope to raise in excess of £5,000 for the Aldingbourne Trust, a local charity supporting adults with learning disabilities. They have been training hard since the New Year and last weekend covered their longest journey to date – 32 miles in just less than ten hours. Anne said: “We were really pleased to cover the distance relatively quickly but when I went to bed it dawned on me that on the actual challenge I would still be walking and when I woke up the following morning, my first thought was that I might still be walking!” Jonno and Ali have not only signed up for
the London2Brighton Challenge in aid of The Aldingbourne Trust but have also committed to Moonriders on June 29th whereby they will be cycling the same route again however overnight. The Aldingbourne Trust has recently launched a £4million Appeal to raise money to invest in new facilities at the Aldingbourne Country Centre. The Trust supports adults with learning and/or physical disabilities throughout West Sussex. The new facilities will be run as Social Enterprises in which adults with disabilities will be trained in reallife settings to obtain the skills so that they can apply for future employment opportunities to enable them to become more independent. If you would like to sponsor the challengers please do so by visiting: www.charitygiving. co.uk/aldingbournetrust If you would like to join in on Action Challenge please email: abigailr@ aldingbournetrust.co.uk
• A NEW car washing service has arrived in Chichester City Centre. The new service, based in the Cattle Market car park, will make it convenient for motorists to have their car washed while they shop. Chichester District Council has appointed Park Brite who, with over 30 years of experience, will wash and wax visitor’s cars for a small fee. “We’re pleased that Park Brite is coming
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Mia Edwards YESTERDAY, I was massively late for school. I literally threw on my school uniform, smacked a clip into my hair, grabbed my school stuff and legged it out of the house, breakfast in hand. It’s times like these when I could use some cool technology. Just think how awesome it would be to have a remote control that had a button that, when pressed, would bring you all of your clothes to save you having to find them in the mess of your room. Then you could walk into a teleport thing and it would whoosh me to where I needed to go. As unlikely as all of that sounds, it’s starting to look like stuff like that is going to be possible pretty soon. I was listening to some radio program the other day about being on the phone and these glasses that, when put on, will show you the person you’re talking to. Sort of. I think. If I’m completely honest, as cool as it all sounds, I don’t really want all that to be
in my life, ever. I don’t know about everyone else, but I think our lives are already at a stage where technology rules us a majority of the time. It scares me to think of a world where nobody will actually see each other, they’ll just see a fake image of one another. And teleporting is handy, especially when you’re in a rush, but also kind of lazy. I guess it’s just as lazy as driving somewhere, except then at least you have a little view of the world around you. And really, when you think about it, the world is fine as it is. We don’t need more Ultimately, technology is just a way out of problems that can be solved in other ways. If I’d made my breakfast earlier and not had that extra half hour in bed, and tidied my room the night before so that I could find my uniform in the morning, everything would have been as normal (in fact, normal for me is still pretty late so that’s actually a bit of an exaggeration). Let’s ignore the fact that I’m typing this on a laptop for a moment; technology is great, when it’s just in the background.
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Chichester Clergy take up challenge THE DEAN of Chichester Cathedral joined Christian Aid staff and supporters in a cake decorating challenge ahead of Christian Aid Week (13 – 19 May). The task was made more difficult as the participants were given a spade, a trowel and a hoe rather than the traditional icing bag. The challenge was staged to highlight the importance of Christian Aid’s work in giving poor communities the right resources and skills to lift themselves out of poverty. The Very Reverend Nicholas Frayling took part alongside Reverend Derek Wales (CoChair of Chichester Christian Aid group along with his wife Anne) and Kate Parr (Christian Aid’s Regional Coordinator for Sussex) to highlight the work Christian Aid’s partners do in giving the right tools to help people in poverty out of poverty. Reverend Derek Wales said: “As you can see, decorating a cake with a hoe was certainly a challenge! Christian Aid continues to open our eyes to the huge challenges faced daily by communities around the world. Like in Sierra Leone where poverty is denying people access to food and education. Through fundraising during Christian Aid Week here in Chichester, we are ensuring that Christian Aid partners in Sierra Leone and around the world can continue their inspiring work in equipping communities with the tools they need to help themselves out of poverty.” Christian Aid Week is Britian/Ireland’s longest-running fundraising week and has
been a firm fixture in the calendar of many thousands of people each year since 1957. It is famous for the distinctive envelope that drops through the letterboxes of millions of homes each May – and for the massive impact that the week has made in the fight to end the scandal of poverty around the world. The focus for Christian Aid Week this year is the story of a community called Gbap in Sierra Leone that has seen remarkable change. Across Sierra Leone, four in every five rural households do not have enough to eat. Christian Aid partner the Methodist Church of Sierra Leone gives communities the tools and skills they need to increase food security. They also support communities in setting up Village Development Committees to voice their concerns and lobby for services. Now that they are no longer limited by hunger, the people of Gbap have come together and successfully lobbied for a new school and an agricultural work centre for the community. Through the support of Christian Aid partner the Methodist Church of Sierra Leone, the people of Gbap have moved beyond hunger and have taken their future into their own hands! The Dean said: “Christian Aid Week offers churches a great opportunity to put their faith into action. During the week, thousands of volunteers will be taking part in different activities and I would like to give my strong encouragement to all those involved.
Together, we can make a huge difference!” During Christian Aid Week volunteers in Chichester and across Sussex will join together with over 100,000 local fundraisers around the UK and Ireland as they hit the streets delivering Christian Aid Week
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Mundham gears up for Summer Gala ARE YOU nurturing a prize cabbage or cherishing your sweet peas? Then you should enter the Mundham and District Flower Show which takes place at the North Mundham Playing Field on Saturday 14th July. The Schedule for this year’s Gala and Flower Show has just been published and there are over 70 classes open to enter including flowers, fruit, vegetables, cooking and arts & crafts. Celia O’Shea, the Show Manager, commented: “The Gala is a big event in the area every year. It is an opportunity for local people to show off their prize produce and their remarkable skills in horticulture, cooking and the arts, as well as having a fun afternoon enjoying the Gala itself. We are delighted to offer over 26 trophies for the winners of each class, including 8 for junior entries.” Anyone wishing to enter this year’s event needs to refer to the Schedule (copies available to download from www.northmundhamgala.co.uk), to decide which class they want to enter and register their entry at Mundham Village Hall on Tuesday 10th July 2012 between 3pm and 7pm or send in their entries to the Show Manager. There is a small fee to enter, which goes towards the cost of the prize money. The Show is run on Royal Horticultural Society rules. Anyone wanting further information
Jubilee celebrations at Chichester Harbour The Chichester Harbour Patrol boat will be just one of around 20 boats on show at the Festival of Working Boats
can contact Celia O’Shea, the Show Manager, on 01243 788969 or on celia@ firethorn.me.uk. The Flower Show is part of the annual Gala which offers a host of events and stalls to enjoy during the afternoon. There will be a Dog Show, Morris Men, a mini sports day and a variety of refreshments on offer. The Judging of the exhibits begins in the morning, with the Gala opening at 2pm. For more information, please contact Susan Mulkern on 07766 943529.
LIFEBOATS, patrol boats and fishing boats will all be coming together in a celebration of vessels that work in Chichester Harbour. The colourful event, Festival of Working Boats and Jubilee Sail Past, is open to the public and will take place at Itchenor on Wednesday 6 June. Boats of all shapes and sizes will be lined up alongside the public jetty at Itchenor. The crews who work the boats will be welcoming the public on board to explore the vessel and find out more about the work they do. The festival will be open for two hours from 1pm. Following the show, all the working boats accompanied by boats from local sailing clubs will then form a Sail Past to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee. Processing down the Itchenor Reach, the vessels will pass HM Lord Lieutenants of West Sussex and
Hampshire who will take the Sail Past onboard a moored boat. Dressed overall to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee the boats will make a colourful sight as they proceed together in a Sail Past. Siún Cranny, Director of Chichester Harbour Conservancy said: “We are really looking forward to this event. It will be a fun and colourful celebration of both the boats and crews that work in Chichester Harbour and the Diamond Jubilee. We are honoured that Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenants who represent both counties in which the Harbour lies, will join us for the event.” The Festival and Sail Past is free of charge and all are welcome to come along. In addition to the boats, there will be displays of nautical art, tours of a traditional boat yard, fun children’s activities and refreshments.
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New Bishop of Chichester appointed A NEW Bishop of Chichester has been appointed. Dr Martin Warner succeeds the Rt Rev John Hind, who retired last month. He is currently Suffragan Bishop of Whitby in the Diocese of York. Dr Warner, 53, studied at St Chad’s College in Durham before completing his theological training at St Stephen’s House, Oxford. He was ordained deacon in 1984 and priest in 1985 in Exeter Cathedral whilst working as Curate of St Peter’s Plymouth. He has previously served in Leicester and in churches in Norfolk. From 2003 to 2010, Dr Warner served as a residentiary Canon of St Paul's Cathedral in London, firstly as Canon Pastor and then as Treasurer where he made a big contribution particularly with regards to the Cathedral's connection with the art world. He was elected as suffragan Bishop of Whitby in the Diocese of York in 2010 and has served the parishes of the Cleveland archdeaconry which includes the contrasting communities of Middlesbrough and much of the North Yorkshire Moors. A spokesperson for the Diocese of Chichester described Dr Warner as a traditionalist who has worked "resolutely to encourage provision in which people of all integrities can remain together". "He worked closely with women priest colleagues at St Paul’s Cathedral and has sought to serve with equal care the ordained
men and women in his episcopal patch in the north of England," the spokesperson said. Dr Warner said it was a "daunting and exciting challenge" to be the next Bishop of Chichester. "I look forward very much to learning more about the mission in which we shall be engaging together, though it will be a big wrench leaving the North East so soon." he said. The Acting Bishop of Chichester, the Rt Rev Mark Sowerby, said: “I am delighted that Dr Martin Warner, whom I have known for many years, is to be the new Bishop of Chichester. "I believe that he will lead us with the effervescent energy and clarity that has always been distinctive of his ministry and I very much look forward to working alongside him in the service of the Church and people of Sussex.” The Very Rev Nicholas Frayling, the Dean of Chichester, said: “These are challenging times for the Church and for its Bishops. The Dean and Chapter and all at the Cathedral look forward to welcoming Bishop Martin and assure him of our prayers and good wishes as he prepares for his new ministry in Chichester.” However his appointment has not been welcomed by pro-women bishops group WATCH, which said it would come as a "disappointment" to many in the diocese. "After a full consultation, many in the
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diocese were hoping to work with a new bishop who follows normal practice in the Church of England in accepting ordained women on the same terms as men," the group said in a statement. "The message this gives to the wider Church of England is that it still acceptable for women to be seen as a problem that some people feel they need to be protected from rather than a gift to the Church. "We wonder how the ordained women of
Chichester will feel supported with a bishop who does not recognise their orders? We wonder how the lay women and men of Chichester will feel seeing their female priests compromised in this way? "At a time when 42 out of 44 Dioceses have voted for women to be made bishops and large numbers in the Church are looking to the day when women will become bishops this decision seeks to preserve a past that has long gone."
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The smart money is still on solar THE GOVERNMENT has recently slashed solar subsidies, meaning householders are less likely to invest in solar power. This has made trading conditions tough for local installers of solar panels, however, one Chichester business is fighting back. Matthew Pascoe, director of South Coast Renewables believes the headlines have been putting people off needlessly, “it now costs much less to install solar panels compared to a year ago. There have been a lot of gloomy headlines about solar power but the returns are far better than anything you can get in the bank. And by investing in solar power, not only do householders protect themselves from rocketing electricity bills, they help local businesses and employment as well as the environment.” Matthew believes households can make great returns on solar power: “The message isn’t getting through because people think the government has stopped giving subsidies. That’s not the case, the subsidies have been reduced, but the cost of the technology has come down enough for me to reduce prices by 40% this year, so solar power is a great investment.” The Solar Trade Association calculates that solar power offers up to a 10% return on investment today. Households installing
solar panels get a fixed tariff from the government for the power they ‘sell back’ to the grid. Although the tariff has reduced, installation prices have too. YouGen, the independent consumer-led advice website says, “the tariff for an average household size is still a really attractive proposition.” Matthew believes the public’s perception of solar panels has been damaged over the last four months with the tariff cut and the way the government has handled the situation: “this is despite the financial returns now being the same as they were last year. For example, last summer there was £1,750 benefit per year for a rough install cost of £13,500. Now there’s a £1,000 benefit per year for a rough install cost of £7,500-£8,000 – so you could make your investment back in just eight years.Once a household has signed up to the Feed-InTariff, their rate is guaranteed, tax free for 25
PMN looking forward to a good wedding season
PMN Wedding Fayres Ltd are looking forward to the spring and summer wedding season with one of the biggest wedding fayres of the year at the amazing Old Thorns Manor Hotel Golf & Country Club near Liphook, Hampshire, this Sunday 13th May 2012. They have fifty five of the very best wedding suppliers exhibiting over the ground floor of this fantastic venue; see them in the Grand Ballroom, the Atrium Bar and the Hampshire suite. This has become such a popular fayre that over 800 visitors and over 400 brides attended this fayre last September. When you arrive at a PMN Wedding fayre, you will see a fantastic array of cars from vintage to classic and even a fun Taxi,
beautiful dresses, amazing cakes, fantastic flowers, magicians, stunning photography, Classical singers and so much more. On entry at any of their fayres you will be given an Exhibitor list and a bridal bag filled with information on our exhibitors, and a copy of “you’re Hampshire Wedding Magazine” absolutely free! They have gathered what we consider to be the very best exhibitors that Hampshire and West Sussex has to offer, so come along have a great time and make your wedding dreams come true. • Bridal fashion shows by Amaryllis Bridal Alton, at 12.00pm & 2.00pm. Plenty of free parking. They look forward to seeing you there! Other PMN Wedding Fayres not to miss • The Grand Brighton Sunday 20th May 2012, • The Pyramids Southsea Sunday 10th June 2012 • Cams Hall Fareham Sunday 1st July 2012
years. It’s a really good investment in your home but people who would usually take advantage don’t realise just how attractive it is.” The environmental campaign group Greenpeace is keen to encourage people to invest in solar. Dr Doug Parr, Policy Director at Greenpeace UK explains why: “Local renewable energy remains a valuable contributor to a sustainable economy. We welcome further solar PV systems, taking advantage of genuinely
sustainable energy in the drive to protect the planet from climate change.” Virginia Graham, Chief Executive of the REAL quality assurance scheme said: “It is true that solar power still offers very attractive returns to householders at current rates.” There have been over a quarter of a million installations across the UK since the launch of the Feed-In-Tariff in April 2010. The industry has blossomed to employ around 25,000 people and it is set to grow rapidly, despite the recession.
Westbourne Open Gardens Sunday 10th June 2012 10:30am to 5:00pm Admission £7
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The owners of 15 gardens in Westbourne, near Emsworth invite garden lovers to enjoy the experience of wandering through the village to explore the hidden gems and beauty that lie behind their garden gates. ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥
Lunches & cream teas available at the Parish Hall Raffle with quality prizes, plant & produce stalls Free car park (Sat Nav PO10 8RN) Tickets available on the day
All proceeds go to local charities & organisations
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American Pie: Reunion (15)
THREE out of Five stars
Running time: 113 mins Director: Jon Hurwitz, Hayden Schlossberg Starring: Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan, Chris Klein, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Tara Reid, Seann William Scott, Mena Suvari
inspired cameo it would be churlish to spoil here) and ensure that there’s plenty of grossout gags and nudity (much of it Biggs’s), though it’s also fair to say that the main comic set-pieces are largely fore-grounded and the film slows to a not very funny crawl in the second half.
Watchable sequel that gets by on strong comic performances and the audience’s inbuilt affection for its likeable characters, but is also fairly light on laughs overall and there are several missed opportunities.
The Bad The 1999 film distinguished itself by giving, if not equal then at least significant weight to its female characters, whereas here, Reid, Suvari and Hannigan don’t even get a scene together, while other returning female characters (Shannon Elizabeth’s Nadia, Natasha Lyonne’s Jessica) are reduced to walk-on cameos. Similarly, the script wastes several interesting opportunities (particularly with regards to Levy and Coolidge) and never really gets to grips with its own themes, while entire plots (such as the rival gang that come after them) get randomly dropped for no reason.
What’s it all about? Directed by Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg (from the Harold & Kumar movies), American Pie: Reunion reunites the entire cast of the 1999 hit for their, er, high school reunion and finds each of them having their own problems 13 years on: Jim (Jason Biggs) has a two year old toddler with Michelle (Alyson Hannigan), which is taking a toll on their sex life; Oz (Chris Klein) is a minor TV celebrity whose voracious supermodel wife (Katrina Bowden) isn’t too pleased when he runs into his old high school girlfriend Heather (Mena Suvari); Kevin (Thomas Ian Nicholas) is a happily married
man who’s concerned about seeing his first love Vicky (Tara Reid) again; Finch (Eddie Kaye Thomas) regales the gang with tales of travelling the world and falls for Michelle’s friend Selena (Dania Ramirez) and Stifler (Seann William Scott) ...hasn’t really changed at all. Or has he? The Good There’s a huge amount of inbuilt affection for these characters and the performances are as good as you’d expect (with the exception of
Tara Reid, who looks petrified throughout), though the majority of the cast get side-lined in favour of Jim and Stifler. That said, Scott actually manages to invest Stifler with a hint of depth this time round as his character gradually realises that everyone else has moved on. There’s also terrific support from Eugene Levy and Jennifer Coolidge as Jim’s dad and Stifler’s mom, who get their own alltoo-brief sub-plot. Hurwitz and Schlossberg deliver a handful of laugh-out-loud moments (including an
Worth seeing? American Pie: Reunion scrapes a pass thanks to its likeable characters and strong comic performances, but the script is disappointing and it’s not quite as funny as it should have been.
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Westbourne Open Gardens – Sunday 10th June 2012 WESTBOURNE is an attractive village perfectly positioned between the sea and the South Downs, just north of the sailing village of Emsworth. On Sunday 10th June the owners of 18 gardens will be inviting garden lovers to enjoy the experience of wandering through the village and entering their garden gates. Delights include small, exquisitely designed patio gardens; those with water meandering through them; carefully manicured and tastefully planted mature gardens; large spaces with impressive vistas and gardens designed and planted to show standard. In addition, there will be a well-stocked
stall of plants for sale. Refreshments and a raffle will be available in the Parish Hall. The cost of entry is £7, to cover all gardens with tickets available on the day; free entry for children under the age of 14 but must be accompanied by an adult. Gardens will be open from 10.30am to 5.00pm with a large, clearly sign-posted car park being available on the day. All proceeds will go to St Wilfred’s Hospice, Em’s Valley Community Transport & Westbourne Primary School. For more information go to www. westbourneopengardens.co.uk
Shows at The Regis Centre Belmont Street, Bognor Regis, West Sussex. PO21 1BL. Telephone: - 01243 861010 Email: - email@example.com. www.regiscentre.co.uk Listing of shows – May, June, July, August 2012. 4th May - 60 Minutes of Classical Music - start: 7.30pm - tickets - £5 Classical music played by accomplished musicians. 12th May - Peter Straker’s Brel - start: 7.30pm - tickets - £9 /concessions £7 This British/Jamaican legend, Peter Straker, pays tribute to the brilliant Belgian Singer/songwriter – Jacques Brel. 19th May - Notches de Tango - start: 7.30pm
- tickets - £14 / concessions £12 This Argentinean Tango show returns, giving a glamorous and seductive journey, from the original Tango through to the contemporary high energy beat of the Tango Nuevo. 25th May - Special Regis Centre ‘Friends Launch Evening’ - start: 7.30pm - tickets - £5 Join ‘The Friends’ at The Regis Centre, for a night of refreshments, music, song and dance. 26th May - ‘Fabulous Shadows’ - start: 7.30pm – tickets - £ 14.50 / concessions £13.50 ‘The Fabulous Shadows’ make a welcome return, with their superb sixties tribute to ‘The Shadows’. 29th May - There’ll Always be an England - start: 2.30pm – tickets £11 / concessions £10 An afternoon of patriotic music & fun, celebrating H.M. the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year.
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Delicacy Sun 13 May; 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 15.45 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 18.15 Delicacy; 20.30 If Not Us, Who? Mon 14 May; 12.30 Delicacy; 14.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 16.30 If Not Us, Who? Tue 15 May; 13.15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 16.00 Hadewijch (15) 105m; 18.15 Delicacy; 21.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Wed 16 May; 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 15.45 Delicacy; 18.15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 21.00 Michael (18) 94m Thu 17 May; 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 15.45 Michael; 18.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 20.45 Hadewijch
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GEORGE’S REGIS JAZZ BAND is again in action throughout May with four more gigs lined up. You can see them at: Sat. May 19th: Buffet and Dance in aid of St. Wilfrid's Hospice. 8pm-11pm. Marion Kerly 01243 673544 Sun. May 20th: The Fish House, Chilgrove. 01243 519444, 12.30pm-3.30pm Fri. May 25th: St. Mary's Gate Inn, Arundel. 01903 883145, 8.30pm-11pm. Sat. May 26th: Drive Through Time Car Rally, West Park, Aldwick, Bognor Regis.
12.30-2.30pm Sun. May 27th. Haslemere Car Rally, Lion Green, Haslemere, Surrey. 12.30-4pm, James 07802 347 727
Fri 11 May: 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (12A) 124m; 15.30 Delicacy (15) 108m; 17.45 If Not Us, Who? (15) 124m; 20.30 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel Sat 12 May; 13.00 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel; 15.30 If Not Us, Who?; 18.00 Chi Uni Graduation Evening; 20.45
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6.10 The Voice UK. Team Tom and Team Will take the stage again, and the stakes are even higher as tomorrow each group of four will face a double elimination, leaving the mentors with two acts each. The results can be seen tomorrow at 7.25pm. 7.45 The National Lottery: In It to Win It. Quiz show, including the allimportant numbers. 8.40 Casualty. Dylan and Sam come to an uneasy truce. 9.30 BBC News; Weather. 9.50 FILM: The Proposal. (2009) Premiere. A Canadian publishing editor trying to avoid deportation from the US bribes her assistant to marry her. Romantic comedy, starring Sandra Bullock; National Lottery Update. 11.35 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. With guest host Alexander Armstrong. (R) 12.20 Film: Things to Do Before You're 30. (2004) Comedy drama, starring Dougray Scott. 1.55 Weatherview. 2.00 BBC News.
BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 12.00 The Sky at Night. (R) 12.20 Film: Picnic. (1955) Drama, with William Holden. 2.10 Film: Bye Bye Birdie. (1963) Musical, starring Dick Van Dyke. 4.00 Flog It! 5.00 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 BBC Young Musician 2012. The competition heats up as the winners of the keyboard, brass, strings, woodwind and percussion categories perform in front of the panel of judges in the semi-final. 7.30 Dad's Army. Jones's reputation is tarnished by an old comrade's allegations about their time together in the Sudan. Comedy, starring Arthur Lowe and Clive Dunn. (R) 8.00 The Story of Light Entertainment. The enduring success of the chat show, charting how the format has entertained and influenced the British public. With Michael Parkinson, Terry Wogan and David Frost. (R) 9.00 I Love 1979. Bo Derek presents a nostalgic look at the year notable for such cultural highlights as stretch jeans, Quadrophenia and The Dukes of Hazzard. Last in the series. (R) 10.00 Top of the Pops: 1977. With Slade, Leo Sayer and Donna Summer. (R) 10.35 FILM: Cabaret. (1972) Oscar-winning musical, starring Liza Minnelli. 12.35 Film: Carry On England. (1976) Military comedy, starring Kenneth Connor. 2.00 Close.
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6.30 The Cube. Olympic gold medallists Denise Lewis and Sally Gunnell each compete in up to seven challenges, hoping to win cash for charity. Phillip Schofield presents. Last in the series. 7.30 Britain's Got Talent – The Live Final. The 10 finalists compete as the talent show comes to a close. The judges are on hand with their buzzers, but the ultimate decision rests with the voting public. Last in the series. 10.00 ITV News; Weather. 10.15 FILM: Ocean's Twelve. (2004) The crooks reunite when an old enemy demands they pay back the money they stole from him three years earlier. Crime caper sequel, with George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts.
6.00 Channel 4 News. 6.30 4thought.tv. A member of the public reflects on whether people should be allowed to use medical techniques to 'design' their babies. 6.35 FILM: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. (2001) An unassuming hobbit must destroy a magical ring before it falls into evil hands. Part one of the fantasy trilogy, with Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin and Christopher Lee. 10.00 FILM: Transporter 3. (2008) An underworld courier transports the kidnapped daughter of a crooked politician across Europe. Action thriller sequel, starring Jason Statham and Natalya Rudakova.
6.00 5 News Weekend. 6.05 Ben Hur. A Jewish prince betrayed by his Roman friend and sold into slavery seeks revenge. Historical drama, starring Joseph Morgan, Ray Winstone and Stephen Campbell Moore. (R) 9.30 CSI: NY. Parts of a dismembered body are discovered on four street corners, triggering an investigation that eventually leads Mac and the team to suspect Russian mobsters may be responsible. 10.30 Live Boxing. Kid Galahad v Josh Wale. Coverage of the bout for the WBC International Super Bantamweight title at the Hillsborough Leisure Centre in Sheffield.
12.25 The Store; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 In Plain Sight. (R) 3.15 ITV Nightscreen. Text-based information service. 5.30 ITV Morning News.
12.00 Rude Tube: Love Bytes. (R) 1.00 Stand Up for the Week. (R) 1.45 Film: The Fisher King. (1991) Drama, with Robin Williams and Jeff Bridges. 4.05 Smallville. (R) 4.45 St Elsewhere. (R) 5.30 Countdown. (R)
12.00 SuperCasino. Live interactive gaming offering viewers the chance to win cash on roulette, blackjack and autowheel. 4.00 Great Artists. (R) 4.50 County Secrets. Historical spotlight on scenic counties in the UK. (R) 5.00 Hana's Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)
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11.00 Live Indian Premier League Cricket. Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings v Delhi DareDevils. 8.00 British Superbike Championship Highlights 9.30 Film: Jaws (1975)
7.00 Doctor Who 8.05 Top Gear 9.15 Russell Howard's Good News Extra 10.00 Film: Con Air (1997). Action thriller, starring Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich and Steve Buscemi. 11.50 Family Guy
7.00 South Pacific 8.00 Lost Kingdoms of Africa 9.00 The Bridge 11.00 Parkinson: The Orson Welles Interview 11.40 Do We Really Need the Moon?
3.05 Made in Chelsea 4.10 Charlie's Angels 5.05 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Rules of Engagement 8.30 Happy Endings 9.00 Film: The Beach (2000) 11.25 The Big Bang Theory
2.45 Carry On Cabby (1963) 4.35 Mighty Joe Young (1998) 6.45 The Princess Diaries (2001). Family comedy, starring Anne Hathaway. 9.00 John Tucker Must Die (2006) 10.45 Inglourious Basterds (2009)
Sunday TV Choice
VERA ITV1, 8pm This time, Vera and DS Joe Ashworth are called to an army barracks, where they team up with Military Policewoman Shep. The body of commanding officer Devaney, known as Dev for short, has been found, and although it initially appears he’s committed suicide, a closer inspection of the scene reveals he was murdered – but who wanted him dead? Vera decides Dev’s close friends and loyal comrades Vince and Budgie may hold the key, although a link to Ollie, a soldier killed in Afghanistan, could also prove valuable as the net closes in on a murderer who may have been responsible for more than one death. Barbara Marten and Clare Calbraith guest star.
6.00 Breakfast. 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 The Big Questions. 11.00 Sunday Politics; Weather for the Week Ahead. 12.10 Live Formula 1: Spanish Grand Prix. Coverage from the Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona (Start-time 1.00pm). 3.15 Tiger – Spy in the Jungle. (R) 4.15 Points of View. 4.30 Final Score. 5.25 Songs of Praise.
6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 11.30 Great British Menu. (R) 12.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. 12.45 Film: North West Frontier. (1959) Action adventure, starring Lauren Bacall, Kenneth More, Herbert Lom and Wilfrid Hyde White. 2.50 Live Challenge Cup Rugby League. Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves (Kick-off 3.10pm). 5.15 Formula 1: The Spanish Grand Prix – Highlights.
6.00 CITV: Mini CITV. 7.25 CITV. 8.25 Dinner Date. 9.25 ITV News. 9.30 Ade in Britain. (R) 10.30 May the Best House Win. (R) 11.30 The Cube. (R) 12.25 ITV News; Weather. 12.35 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 1.30 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 2.30 Film: Columbo: Last Salute to the Commodore. (1976) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 4.30 The Hungry Sailors. (R) 5.30 You’ve Been Framed! (R)
6.10 Sali Mali. (R) 6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 FIA GT1 World Championship. 8.05 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 Frasier. (R) 10.00 Sunday Brunch. 12.10 The Big Bang Theory. 12.40 The Big Bang Theory. 1.10 The Simpsons. (R) 1.40 The Simpsons. (R) 2.10 Film: Runaway Bride. (1999) Romantic comedy, with Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. 4.25 Deal or No Deal. 5.25 Time Team.
6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 City of Friends. (R) 6.35 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 6.50 Castle Farm. (R) 6.55 Abby’s Flying Fairy School. 7.05 Roobarb and Custard Too. (R) 7.10 Bananas in Pyjamas. (R) 7.25 Family! (R) 7.30 Noddy in Toyland. (R) 7.45 Milkshake! Monkey. (R) 7.50 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) 7.55 Little Princess.(R) 8.05 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.20 Angelina Ballerina. (R) 8.35 Rupert Bear. (R) 8.50 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) 9.10 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.20 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 9.35 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 10.00 Zoo Days. (R) 10.05 Grey’s Anatomy. (R) 11.00 The Restaurant Inspector. (R) 12.00 Film: Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed. (2004) Comedy adventure sequel, with Sarah Michelle Gellar. 1.45 Film: Miss Congeniality. (2000) Comedy, with Sandra Bullock. 3.55 Film: Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment. (1985) Comedy sequel, with Steve Guttenberg. 5.35 Film: The Witches. (1990)
6.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 6.25 Countryfile. Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison explore Exmoor. 7.25 The Voice UK Results. Tom Jones and Will.i.am lose two more acts each. 8.00 Planet Earth Live. Richard Hammond and Julia Bradbury continue the wildlife event following newborn baby animals across the world, from lion cubs in Kenya to bears in Minnesota. Continues Wednesday. 9.00 Death in Paradise. A voodoo priestess is found dead after predicting her own murder – and while the team thinks her prophecy has come true, Richard believes it is simply an oldfashioned killing. (R) 10.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.25 Match of the Day. Highlights from the final day of the Premier League season. 12.00 Film: Perfect Creature. (2006) Vampire thriller, starring Dougray Scott and Saffron Burrows. 1.20 Weatherview. 1.25 Sign Zone: Empire. (R) 2.25 Holby City. (R) 3.25 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 4.10 BBC News.
6.00 BBC Young Musician 2012. Clemency BurtonHill and Josie D’Arby present as the three finalists perform a concerto of their choice with the Northern Sinfonia at the Sage Gateshead. Last in the series. 8.00 Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve. The adventurer travels from the south of Kenya to the Horn of Africa, along the way joining a Ugandan peacekeeping force in Mogadishu, the capital of war-torn Somalia. 9.00 Coast. New series. Investigating the lifestyles, history and legends of Britain. 10.00 The Lost World of the Seventies. Profiles of four colourful public figures in the 1970s. 11.00 Episodes. The sitcom Pucks! premieres in America. (R) 11.30 Grandma’s House. Simon arranges a visit to the therapist for Grandma. (R) 12.00 Film: Ae Fond Kiss. (2004) Romantic drama, starring Atta Yaqub and Eva Birthistle. 1.40 BBC News. 4.15 Close.
6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.30 All Star Family Fortunes. Coronation Street’s Samia Ghadie takes on former castmate Bill Tarmey. Last in the series. 7.30 Emmerdale. Zak is sectioned under the mental health act, and Lisa is forced to tell a shocked Debbie the truth about Cain’s attack. 8.00 Vera. The detective investigates a suspicious death in an army barracks that was designed to look like a suicide, and uncovers a traumatic event that nobody wants to talk about. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.15 David Jason’s Greatest Escapes. The actor examines wartime escapes that inspired films and dramas. (R) 11.15 Premiership Rugby Union. Highlights of the semi-finals. 12.10 The Store; ITV News Headlines. 2.15 British Superbike Championship Highlights. (R) 3.05 Motorsport UK. 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.
6.25 Channel 4 News. 6.55 4thought.tv. A short film exploring views on whether technology should be used to determine the characteristics of genetically designed babies. 7.00 Celebrity Deal or No Deal. Singer Peter Andre takes part in the game show, trying to guess the value of the mystery boxes and win up to £250,000 for his chosen charity. 8.00 FILM: The Twilight Saga: New Moon. (2009) Premiere. Vampire Edward leaves his human girlfriend Bella for her own safety, driving her into the arms of a werewolf. Romantic fantasy, with Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. 10.35 FILM: Because I Said So. (2007) Premiere. Comedy drama, starring Diane Keaton. 12.25 Film: Uski Roti. (1970) Drama, starring Garima and Gurdeep Singh. 2.20 The Birthday. (R) 2.35 Hollyoaks. (R) 4.35 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.30 Countdown. (R)
7.35 Ultimate Police Interceptors. 8.00 Once Upon a Time. 9.00 World’s Scariest Animal Attacks. 9.55 5 News. 10.00 FILM: The Bone Collector. (1999) Thriller, starring Denzel Washington. 12.20 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 1.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 The FBI Files. 4.50 Rough Guide to Beaches. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)
3.40 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Britain’s Got Talent Special 4.25 Britain’s Got Talent – The Live Final 7.00 Britain’s Got More Talent Final 8.00 Britain’s Got More Talent: Funniest Moments 9.00 Benidorm 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 10.45 Film: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
2.55 Film: Carry On Don’t Lose Your Head (1966) 4.45 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 8.00 Film: The American President (1995) 10.20 Agatha Christie’s Marple
11.00 Live Indian Premier League Cricket. Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors and Kings XI Punjab v Deccan Chargers. 8.00 Premiership Rugby Union 9.00 Film: Police Academy (1984) 11.00 Film: The Kingdom (2007)
7.00 Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 7.25 Film: 101 Dalmatians (1996) 9.00 Don’t Tell the Bride USA 9.50 Don’t Tell The Bride: Greatest Moments 10.00 Family Guy 10.45 American Dad! 11.30 Russell Howard’s Good News
7.00 Royal Institution Christmas Lectures 2010 8.00 Shock and Awe: The Story of Electricity 9.00 Grand Prix: The Killer Years 10.00 Film: Apocalypto (2006)
3.35 Glee 4.35 90210 5.35 The Big Bang Theory 6.35 Film: The Day After Tomorrow (2004) 9.00 Desperate Housewives 11.00 2 Broke Girls 11.30 Made in Chelsea
2.50 The Hindenburg (1975) 5.15 The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008). Fantasy adventure, starring Freddie Highmore. 7.05 The Truman Show (1998). Media satire, starring Jim Carrey. 9.00 Trading Places (1983) 11.20 Dead Man’s Shoes (2004)
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Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 6.00 BBC1 10.00 BBC1 10.00 BBC1 6.00 BBC1 10.00 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) Homes Under the Hammer; Homes Under the Hammer; 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; Homes Under the Hammer;
BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Robbed, Raided, Reunited. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News;Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Bang Goes the Theory; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 The Truth About Tax – Panorama. 9.00 Chatsworth. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 A Question of Sport. 11.05 The Graham Norton Show. (R) 11.50 Film: Dan in Real Life. (2007) Romantic comedy, with Steve Carell and Juliette Binoche. 1.25 Weatherview. 1.30 Sign Zone: Our Food. (R) 2.30 Super Smart Animals. (R) 3.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 4.15 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 4.45 BBC News.
BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Robbed, Raided, Reunited. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News;Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 Silk. New series. Martha defends a gangster accused of blinding a car-wash attendant. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather.; National Lottery Update. 10.35 The Matt Lucas Awards. 11.10 Kevin Bridges: What’s the Story? (R) 11.40 The Estate. 12.10 Weatherview. 12.15 Sign Zone: The Apprentice. (R) 1.15 Super Smart Animals. (R) 2.15 Horizon. (R) 3.15 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 3.45 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 4.30 BBC News.
BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Robbed, Raided, Reunited. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Planet Earth Live; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build. 9.00 The Apprentice. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws. 10.45 Film: Cast Away. (2000) Drama, starring Tom Hanks; National Lottery Update. 1.00 Weatherview. 1.05 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 1.35 The 70s. (R) 2.35 Great Ormond Street. (R) 3.35 Chaplains: Angels of Mersey. (R) 4.05 Great British Railway Journeys. (R) 4.35 BBC News.
CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News. CBeebies. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00 CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News.
12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Nature’s Top 40. (R) 1.30 Instant Restaurant. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. 7.30 Great British Menu. 8.00 Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook. (R) 9.00 The 70s. 10.00 Sounds of the 70s 2 Guilty Pleasures – Love Will Keep Us Together. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 This World: Michael Portillo’s Great Euro Crisis. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.
12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Nature’s Top 40. (R) 1.30 Instant Restaurant. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. 7.30 Great British Menu. 8.00 The Town Taking on China. 9.00 Great Ormond Street. The work of two surgeons in the hospital's General Surgery unit. 10.00 Later Live – with Jools Holland. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The 70s. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 3.55 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 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Rosemary & Thyme. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 The Dales. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 56 Up. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Interpreter. (2004) Political thriller, starring Nicole Kidman and Sean Penn. 12.55 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Champions League Weekly. 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 5.30 ITV Morning News.
6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Freshly Squeezed. 7.35 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Secret Millionaire Ireland. 10.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 11.00 The Restoration Man. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 River Cottage Bites. (R) 12.20 Glamour Puds. (R) 12.50 Film: Escape to Athena. (1979) Second World War adventure, starring Roger Moore. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Watching the Detectives: Channel 4 Dispatches. 9.00 The Secret Millionaire. 10.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA. 11.00 8 Out of 10 Cats Uncut. 11.50 Random Acts. 11.55 Film: Road, Movie. (2009) Premiere. Comedy drama, starring Abhay Deol. 1.40 Film: Peggy Sue Got Married. (1986) Comedy, starring Kathleen Turner. 3.25 F2.8. (R) 3.45 St Elsewhere. (R) 4.35 Smallville. (R) 5.15 Deal or No Deal. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 LIVE with. 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Highland Emergency. (R) 12.45 Mexican Food Made Simple. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 The Mentalist. (R) 3.15 Film: Desperate Escape. (2009) Mystery thriller, starring Elisabeth Rohm. 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 World’s Scariest Weather; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 The Gadget Show: World Tour; 5 News at 9. 9.00 Robson’s Extreme Fishing Challenge. 10.00 The Walking Dead. 11.25 Film: Quarantine. (2008) Premiere. Horror remake, starring Jennifer Carpenter. 1.05 SuperCasino. 3.55 House Doctor. (R) 4.20 HouseBusters. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)
See Hear. 1.30 Instant Restaurant. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. 7.30 Great British Menu. 8.00 Antiques Uncovered. 9.00 Felicity Kendal’s Indian Shakespeare Quest. 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The Town Taking on China. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 3.20 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 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Rosemary & Thyme. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Countrywise Kitchen. 8.00 Martin Clunes – Horsepower. (R) 9.00 Dirty Britain. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Celebrity Juice. 11.20 Nature’s Fury: Hurricane. (R) 12.15 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 Loose Women. (R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.
6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Rosemary & Thyme. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 The Unforgettable Noele Gordon. 8.00 Lewis. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 My Dad Is a Woman. (R) 11.35 Total Emergency. (R) 12.30 Jackpot247; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Film: All Creatures Great and Small. (1974) Veterinary drama, starring Simon Ward. 4.00 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.
6.10 Sali Mali. (R) 6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Freshly Squeezed. 7.35 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Secret Millionaire Ireland. 10.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 11.00 The Restoration Man. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 River Cottage Bites. (R) 12.20 Glamour Puds. (R) 12.55 Film: The Professionals. (1966) Western adventure, starring Burt Lancaster and Lee Marvin. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic. 9.00 Hidden Talent. 10.00 Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys. 11.05 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. (R) 12.10 Random Acts. 12.15 Poker. 1.20 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 1.45 Sailing: America’s Cup Uncovered. 2.10 The Grid. (R) 2.40 European Rallycross. (R) 3.05 FIA GT1 World Championship. (R) 4.00 FIM Superbike World Championship 2012. 4.25 Road to London 2012: Paralympics Extra. The different varieties of football played at the Games. (R) 5.20 Deal or No Deal. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 LIVE with. 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Highland Emergency. (R) 12.45 Mexican Food Made Simple. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Law & Order. (R) 3.15 Film: Sacrifices of the Heart. (2007) Drama, starring Melissa Gilbert. 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 Dirty Great Machines; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 War Hero in My Family; 5 News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. 10.00 CSI: NY. (R) 11.00 CSI: NY. (R) 12.00 CSI: Miami. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 3.55 House Doctor. (R) 4.20 HouseBusters. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)
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6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Freshly Squeezed. 7.35 According to Jim. (R) 8.00 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 9.00 Secret Millionaire Ireland. 10.00 Location, Location, Location. (R) 11.00 The Restoration Man. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Midday Summary. 12.05 SuperScrimpers. (R) 1.05 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage from York. 3.10 Countdown. 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Secret Eaters. 9.00 24 Hours in A&E. 10.00 The Killing. 10.55 2 Broke Girls. 11.30 Desperate Housewives. 12.30 Random Acts. 12.35 Music on 4: Great Escape Festival 2012. 1.05 Music on 4: Spotlight. 1.20 Music on 4: 4Play: Spector. 1.30 Music on 4: 4Play: We Are Augustines. 1.45 Music on 4: Mercury Prize Sessions: King Charles. (R) 2.00 Music on 4: Launched at Red Bull Studios. (R) 2.10 Music on 4: The Crush. 3.05 Smallville. (R) 3.50 St Elsewhere. (R) 4.35 Deal or No Deal. (R) 5.30 Countdown. (R)
6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.10 LIVE with. 12.10 5 News Lunchtime. 12.15 Highland Emergency. (R) 12.45 Mexican Food Made Simple. (R) 1.15 Home and Away. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Law & Order. (R) 3.15 Film: Defending Our Kids: The Julie Posey Story. (2003) Premiere. Fact-based drama, starring Annie Potts. 5.00 5 News at 5. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 5 News at 6.30. 7.00 The Gadget Show: World Tour; (R) 5 News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; 5 News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. (R) 10.55 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. (R) 11.55 Poker: The Big Game. 12.55 SuperCasino. 3.55 House Doctor. (R) 4.20 HouseBusters. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)
(R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Robbed, Raided, Reunited. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Planet Earth Live. More animal antics as-it-happens. 9.00 New Tricks. DNA testing helps identify a body found in 1996. (R) 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week. 12.20 Holiday Weatherview. 12.25 Sign Zone: The Truth About Tax – Panorama. (R) 12.55 Countryfile. (R) 1.55 Antiques Roadshow. (R) 2.55 Modern Spies. (R) 3.55 BBC News.
BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Robbed, Raided, Reunited. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Pointless. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Would I Lie to You? 9.00 Have I Got News for You. 9.30 Not Going Out. Lucy and Lee aim to answer an age-old question. Last in the series. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show. 11.20 The National Lottery: 18 UK Millionaires. 11.35 The Matt Lucas Awards. (R) 12.10 EastEnders. 2.05 Weatherview. 2.10 Sign Zone: Silk. (R) 3.10 Question Time. (R) 4.10 BBC News.
6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. BBC2 6.00 11.30 BBC World News. CBeebies. 11.30 BBC World News.
12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Nature’s Top 40. (R) 1.30 Instant Restaurant. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 London 2012: The Olympic Flame Handover. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. 7.30 Great British Menu. 8.00 Two Greedy Italians: Still Hungry. 9.00 The Great Euro Crash with Robert Peston. 10.00 Grandma’s House. Tanya and Simon are thrilled when things begin looking up for him. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The Town Taking on China. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.
12.00 Daily Politics. 1.00 Hands on Nature. (R) 1.30 Instant Restaurant. (R) 2.15 Weakest Link. (R) 3.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.45 Hairy Bikers’ Best of British. (R) 4.30 Flog It! (R) 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. 7.30 Great British Menu. 8.00 Coast. (R) 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 Maestro at the Opera. 10.00 Episodes. Matt buys Sean the sports car of his dreams in an effort to win back his friendship. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show. 11.45 Weather. 11.50 Later with Jools Holland. 12.55 Taken. (R) 2.20 BBC News. 4.15 Close.
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McDonald's Launch Kid-Friendly ‘Five-ADay Drink', containing 12 spoonfuls of sugar
Sainsbury’s tops retailers with industry-leading Sustainability Score
A FIZZY DRINK that promises children one of their five-a-day portions of fruit and vegetables, will go on sale in McDonald's from next week. New drink 'Fruitizz' will be served at the counter from May 16, alongside other soft drink staples, in response to research by the company that found children found this "more exciting and desirable". As part of the fast food giant's efforts to improve the health credentials of its children's meals, the drink contains no added sugars, artificial colours or flavours and blends 60% fruit juice from grapes, apples and raspberries with natural sparkling water. McDonald’s said the drink contains no added sugars, artificial colours or flavours and blends 60 per cent fruit juice from grapes, apples and raspberries with natural sparkling water, giving one of the five-aday portions. However, a large 500ml cup still contains 49 grams of sugar, equivilent to 12 spoonfuls of sugar - while health bosses recommend youngsters have no more than 50 grams in a day. The drink also contains 200 calories.
SAINSBURY’S has been awarded the top spot in the retail sector for its ambitious work on sustainability by the FTSE4Good Index. The score in the independent, highly regarded index evaluates participating businesses from around the globe against key social, environmental and governance practices. Sainsbury's achieved an absolute score of 4.4 out of five, against a global sector average of around 2.43, making it not only a leader in its sector but in the top tier of all the businesses taking part. The retailer also scored a five for its work on climate change, which is considered 'best practice' in the sector. Stuart Wright, Head of Corporate Responsibility at Sainsbury's, said: "Last year we set out ambitious sustainability commitments in our 20 by 20 Sustainability Plan. This accolade is a great endorsement of the progress we're already making." Sainsbury's published its 20 by 20 Sustainability Plan in October 2011. This industry-leading plan is built into Sainsbury's business strategy and sets out 20 targets to be achieved by 2020. The commitments address four key areas of focus:
How families can save £50 a month by reducing food wastage
EACH YEAR in the UK we throw away a staggering 7.2 million tonnes of food and drink from our homes – and more than half of this could have been eaten. That’s equivalent to £680 worth of food per family, or £50 a month. No one likes wasting good food so WRAP have put together loads of handy tips on reducing food wastage as part of their Love Food Hate Waste campaign. You’ll find tips on how to store food properly, how to control portion sizes so you don’t overcook, how to avoid buying unnecessary ingredients and how to turn
leftovers into tasty dishes. There are plenty of little things you can do that will make a big difference – these tips should help you avoid wasting food. Not only will you save money, you’ll also be doing the environment a favour – if we all stopped wasting food the benefit would be the equivalent of taking one in five cars off the road. There’s loads more information and advice on the Love Food Hate Waste website. www.lovefoodhatewaste.com
Sustainable and Healthy Products including Best for British: By 2020, we'll double the amount of British food we sell Excellence - including operational carbon emission reduction: By 2020, we'll have reduced our operational carbon emissions by 30 per cent absolute and 65 per cent relative, compared with 2005. Colleagues - including 20 years service: By 2020, 20,000 of our colleagues will have reached 20 years service at Sainsbury's. Communities - including new jobs and skills: By 2020, we'll create 50,000 new jobs in the UK. Sainsbury's goal is to be a leader in sustainability and ethics. The company has
transformed the market for Fairtrade products, becoming the world's largest Fairtrade retailer. It is also the largest retailer of MSC certified fish and RSPCA Freedom Food certified products. Sainsbury's also has a long track record of pursuing climate change and biodiversity strategies, and championing community investment, not least through its support for Comic Relief and the Paralympic Games. Initiatives include using carbon-saving technologies for new and existing stores that will drive down energy usage, thereby reducing energy costs. There is also be an increased focus on providing customers with more British food as the company seeks to double the amount it currently sells.
PruHealth reveals Brits are eating less healthily due to rising living costs PRUHEALTH has announced that, according to its recent study, every one in five Brits (22%) is eating less healthily due to the rising cost of living. With the UK dipping back into recession and food inflation on the rise, new data from PruHealth, the health insurance provider that rewards healthy behaviour, finds the continuing rise in cost of living means that 10.6 million Brits are not eating as healthily as they would like to and over half (52%) believe their health has suffered as a result of the recession. The study, which ran at the start of the financial downturn in 2008 and again this year, highlights the nation's health is sinking further into the doldrums in terms of its eating habits. Over the last four years 75% of Brits have changed their eating and shopping habits and 85% of these stated the recession and or rising food prices as the cause for the change. The 'five-a-day' mantra is one of the most high profile Government health campaigns, but the number of Brits struggling to reach the recommended target has increased by 26%. Three fifths (59%) admit they are currently finding it a challenge compared to 47% at the start of the recession in 2008 More than two thirds (68%) of Brits say healthier foods tend to be more expensive. One in six (16%) respondents said they're buying as much as they can that is 'reduced
to clear' and one in ten (11%) only buy foods that are on special offer. Worryingly, around one in four (24%) Brits say they regularly take vitamin supplements because they are unable to eat as healthily as they like or to supplement their diet. Naturally most parents want to put their children's health first and ensure they have a nutritionally balanced diet, but almost one in five (18%) are doing this at the expense of their own health. One in ten (9%) are even skipping meals so their children eat well. Dr Dawn Richards, Head of Clinical Service at PruHealth, commented: "We can clearly see how people's healthy eating habits have been affected, with the picture having got significantly worse since the start of the economic downturn. People are only too well aware of the need to eat healthily, but financial constraints are making it difficult, resulting in people's health being negatively affected."
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Met Museum glamour fest unites Prada, Schiaparelli Anna Dello Russo at H&M
H&M is proud to announce a special collaboration with fashion icon and legendary Fashion Director Anna Dello Russo. An idol of the blogosphere whose flamboyant outfits are endlessly documented by style photographers and broadcasted globally through the web, Anna Dello Russo proved her unique sense of style creating a special collection of accessories for H&M. Unabashedly glamorous, precious and playful, the range is an expression of Dello Russo’s taste for ornamentation. Available from October 4, 2012, at the peak of the global fashion weeks tour, in around 140 stores worldwide and online. The collection features jewelry, sunglasses, shoes, bags and a trolley allowing H&M customers uniqueness at an affordable price.
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NEW YORK'S Metropolitan Museum opened its latest homage to the ultra expensive, glamorous world of high fashion Tuesday with an "Impossible Conversations"
exhibition of Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada. The exhibit follows a star-studded opening gala on Monday that saw Hollywood starlets,
top models, sporting champions and the extremely wealthy flock to the Met's Art Costume Institute. Dozens of iconic outfits created by the two designers will be on show until August 19 against a backdrop of imaginary filmed conversations featuring the actual Prada and an actress, Judy Davis, in the role of Schiaparelli, who died in 1973. In reality the two fashion greats never had a chance to meet, but for the exhibition they are imagined discussing their lives and careers. Both known as strong characters, their dialogue includes disagreements, notably over whether or not fashion is art. "Four years ago we had received the Schiaparelli material and we wanted to use it," Harold Koda, the head curator, said. "As Schiaparelli was already the reason for the show of the conversation, we just needed to find another designer. The first reason we selected Miuccia Prada was not only her influence and her engagement in the art scene, but also the fact that she was Italian and we thought having that common thing made it more elegant and symmetric." Last year, the Met hosted a big retrospective of fashion designer Alexander McQueen's work.
Next Olympic Formalwear Evans; A cut above the curve A SUIT LIKE NO OTHER? Next’s talented design team has channeled its creative flair and expertise into exclusive formalwear looks for all the athletes of Team GB and ParalympicsGB to sport on official occasions during the London 2012 Games. The striking results, rendered in navy with discreet touches of gold, combine the elegance of fine contemporary tailoring with the comfort and ease of performance sportswear. Every garment abounds in distinctive detailing. Men’s jackets, fashioned from a premium quality smooth milled cloth, are styled with slender peak lapels and double angle-darting for a truly ergonomic fit. Lightweight breathable interlinings ensure these prime athletes will keep their cool even when the going hots up! The melton underside of each jacket collar is embroidered with the team motto – Better Never Stops for Olympians, and Talent, Pride, Determination for Paralympians. The same inspirational slogans are engraved on all buttons. And there’s just as much attention to detail on the inside, from the neatly tabbed pockets for pens, phones, cameras and MP3 players . . . to the distinctive mesh and jacquard linings, inspired by the Union Jack. Our iconic national flag is also interpreted for intricate laser-cut decoration on the bodice of the flattering cowl-neck dresses that so perfectly partner the women’ jackets. To give an ultra-feminine, modern silhouette, these have been fashioned from
a wonderfully fluid, breathable technical fabric. Both items have sportive drawstring detailing at the waist – and the team logo discreetly rendered on the back. These distinctive formalwear options, designed with equal measures of creativity and ingenuity, aim to set our finest athletes apart. Combining thoroughly contemporary elegance and functional practicality, they provide suitably distinguished looks for the extraordinary men and women of our greatest-ever team. Definitely, the pride of GB.
SPRING 2012 is set to be an exciting season, with the launch of another groundbreaking collaboration by leading plus size brand Evans. One of Britain’s most influential fashion talents, Clements Ribeiro, have designed an exclusive collection that reflects their unique prints and designs. This is the first time high end has hit the high street for the curvy woman and Inacio Ribeiro and Suzanne Clements feel that this market is still largely neglected by luxury fashion. They are genuinely proud of using their talents and skills and see their commitment as a long term project and a learning process. Commenting on the exciting collaboration Inacio Ribeiro said: “For our first range we addressed the different body shapes, with styles which are accessible but modern, with an emphasis on prints and femininity. It was our starting point, understanding different proportions and different needs behind a desire for fashion that is not different from the high fashion consumer. Far from being apologetic or patronising, we celebrated curves and voluptuousness.” Shot by leading fashion photographer Angelo Pennetta and styled by Victoria Young, the Clements Ribeiro for Evans ‘Swan’ collection comprises of a broad range of wearable pieces that have a strong 1940’s pin up influence. It will be available
from a size 14-32 and incorporates signature floral prints, alongside textured broderie anglaise and silk fabrics, all set against a varied colour palette. After the extensive research Evans did into body shapes, it was important to have designs that supported them to help streamline the figure. There are great empire and neck line shapes for those that are ‘Busty’ or ‘Apple’, flattering separates for a ‘Pear’ and pencil designs in dresses for an ‘Hourglass’. Brand Director Fiona Ross added: “We feel there is a space for a serious fashion dialogue in the plus size arena and Clements Ribeiro are keen to indulge the Evans customer with product designs that are original and fashion relevant.” With prices starting from £25 for a beautiful arrow print silk scarf, it means everyone can buy into this exciting new signature collection from Clements Ribeiro.
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treatment on an "as-needed" basis. Professor Usha Chakravarthy of Queen's University Belfast centre for vision and vascular science, who led the research study team, said: "The IVAN results at the end of the first year show that Lucentis and Avastin have similar effectiveness. "Regardless of the drug received, or treating monthly or as needed, sight in the affected eye improved by between one and two lines on a standard eye test." Wet AMD affects about 10% of all people with AMD, a common eye condition among people aged 50 and older and a leading cause of blindness in older adults. Currently Avastin is licensed for use in treating five different types of cancer, including cancer of the bowel and breast but not for wet AMD.
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Food for thought; Spring foraging
Expert advise on what nature has to offer the dinner table during the spring months from Jo Golesworthy
There are so many amazing plants waiting to be harvested to fill our dining table with bountiful treats. Take a stroll through the woods, a meander along the river or an afternoon walk along the beach and you can find a profusion of wild food just waiting to be eaten.
Edible ground elder could be the answer to someone’s weed problems! • Look out for young nettle shoots. This petulant weed is in abundance from now until the end of autumn but the young spring shoots are delicious in soups and teas. It goes without saying that you should pick with gloves on. Once cooked they have a similar taste to spinach and are full of vitamin c. • Young dandelion and chickweed leaves picked before the flowers emerge make a fantastic addition to salads. Every part of the dandelion is edible. Ever considered dandelion petals in your salad? • Wild sorrel is starting to come through now. It grows along damp grassy beds close to rivers and canals. It has a fabulous lemony
flavour that adds a real punch a baby leaf salad. • Bright shiny ground elder leaves are edible. You can cook them into soups and sauces but not to be eaten raw. This could be the answer to someone’s weed problems! • Hedge garlic is an absolute favourite in our house. It starts with a mustardy flavour and moves through to a strong garlic essence. The leaves are identifiable by their distinctive spikey looking leaves, although completely soft to the touch. • Sea beet, or wild spinach is a great accompliment to any sea fish dish. It can be found along the Sussex coast line and delivers a fabulous earthy flavour. The leaves are found in clumps and look similar to spinach, but with a thicker slightly waxier leaf. Remember to not be greedy when foraging, only take what you need. Wash everything thoroughly before using and where possible seek permission before picking. The over riding foraging rule is ‘If you’re not sure, don’t eat it’. Take a guide book where possible. I recommend ‘Food for Free’ by Richard Mabey. Jo Golesworthy Horticulturalist, gardener, writer and
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UK’s faltering economy causes Brits to neglect their homes A LARGE PERCENTAGE of Brits are neglecting to carry out DIY projects on their homes, as household budgets are at an all time low. Lloyds TSB have released research that shows spending on DIY has declined to an all time low, as figures reveal spending is at its minimum since records begun over 15 years ago. Records for household expenditure on DIY first began in 1996. The peak in household spending for DIY was in 2005 when £15.5 billion went towards home maintenance, but 2011 saw this figure shrink by just over half to £7.8 billion. This equates to a DIY budget of roughly £300 per household. Commenting on the plight faced by UK consumers, Suren Thiru, Lloyds TSB Housing Economist, said: “Consumers have been experiencing the biggest squeeze on their discretionary income for over a year. Couple that with a very subdued housing market, and it is unsurprising that so many are cutting back on home improvements. “With economic conditions expected to remain challenging, the current squeeze on spending on both DIY and tradesmen is likely to continue for some time yet.” Purchases of DIY tools saw a significant decline with spending in this area falling from £3.8 billion to £3.1billion between 2010 and 2011. Between 2001 and 2011, the number of households employing tradesmen reduced by 40%.
In 2011 overall spending on home maintenance, including DIY and tradesmen services, dropped by 10% to £14.8 billion. This is compared to a figure of £16.4 billion in 2010. While many consumers are experiencing a squeeze on household budgets, there are a number of ways to make sure you have funds in place when finances are tough. There are a number of rewarding bank accounts. This is a great way to see how you can save effectively. So ensure you research the market to see what bank account will offer you the most suitable benefits for your financial requirements.
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An imposing detached Tudor style house situated on a plot approx a third of an acre, within half a mile of the beach and shops. G.F.H., d/glazing with leaded lights, cloakroom, triple aspect lounge opening to a garden rm, dining rm, fitted kitchen with attached conservatory/breakfast rm, utility rm, four bedrms, refitted bathrm and shower rm, playrm (potential for ground floor bedrm and en suite), gardens with heated swimming pool. For more information please contact Coastguards on 01243 267 026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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This Three Bedroom Semi Detached House is situated on the popular Mulberries estate located in a pleasant Cul-de-sac north of the village centre. The property benefits Gas Central Heating with individual thermostatic controlled radiators and UPVC Double Glazing. The accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Lounge, Conservatory, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Two Further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. There are Gardens to the Front and Rear of the property, Driveway and Garage. Selsey Properties 01243 603901. www.selsey-properties.co.uk
An opportunity to acquire a four bedroom detached family home situated in a cul-de-sac location within the sought after village of Fishbourne. Of particular note is the conservatory which, in our opinion, provides a superb entertaining/family space. The well-appointed accommodation further comprises on the ground floor; entrance hall way, living room and dining room all benefiting from original parquet flooring ,downstairs cloakroom, fitted kitchen and utility room. On the first floor the accommodation briefly comprises; master bedroom with an ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms two with built wardrobe cupboards and a family bathroom. Double glazing and gas central heating. Outside the garden enjoys a lawned area with two mature vegetable patches. Offered to the market with no upward chain. Contact Gascoign Pees on 01243 787711.
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Baxendale Road, Chichester
A modern 2 bedroom ground floor flat to rent from the beginning of June 2012. The property is ideal for young professionals situated just minutes waking distance to the hospital and 10 minutes from the city centre. The property comprises of a large double room with built in wardrobes and en-suite shower room, an additional double bedroom with built in wardrobes, a spacious bathroom with separate shower and bath, a large light and airy open plan lounge area linked with the kitchen fully equipped with all white goods. Other features include; Gas central heating, buzzer system entry, one allocated parking space, neutrally decorated throughout, modern furniture. The property is available on a fully furnished basis ideal for sharers, professionals, and/or couples.
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One Double bedroom to let in this 5 bedroom student house. The property benefits from a large lounge/dining area and separate kitchen, bathroom with additional brand new shower room. All bedrooms have double beds and are fully furnished. There is off road parking outside the property, no permit required. Rent is excluding bills. The property is a 15 minute walk from the campus. Available from 23rd August 2012
Longford Road, Bognor Regis
VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: Stunning 4 bedroom student property within minutes walking distance of the BRC campus, Bognor town centre and the train station. The property is currently being completely refurbished throughout which include a brand new central heating system, full decoration, new carpets, new kitchen, WC and Bathroom. The property will be finished to a very high standard including all furnishings. The property benefits from three large double bedrooms all with double beds and one single room. Other features include a large, modern walk in shower, an additional WC on the ground floor and a separate communal area complete with a flat screen TV on the wall. The property has a good size back garden with a shed for the storage of bikes etc.
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Coastguards Estate Agents 6 Coastguards parade, 113 Barrack Ln, Aldwick, West Sussex PO21 4DX
Tel: 01243 267026 ALDWICK BAY ESTATE
A spacious detached house situated in quiet cul-de-sac of private marine estate within 100 yards of the private beach. The current owners have carried out a comprehensive programme of extension and modernisation . G.F.H., u.P.V.C. double glazing, fascias & soffits, cavity wall insulation, cloakrm, lounge, dining rm, sitting rm, kit/breakfast rm, master bedrm with en suite bathrm, four further bedrms, second bathrm, shower rm, balcony, integral garage and gardens including a secluded courtyard garden with heated swimming pool.
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A stunning det beach front residence situated in private cul-de-sac. The property has been made the subject of an extensive programme of remodelling, extension & refurbishment over the past year. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall, cloakrm, sitting rm, tv room/home cinema, kit/break rm, utility, 1st fl sun lounge with terrace, master bed with dressimg rm,en suite & access to sun terrace, 2 further en suite bedrms, study & kitchenette, two 2nd fl bedrms with en suite facilities, boathouse with studio rm, kit & wet rm, garage, parking and garden with direct access to the beach.
A three bedroom detached Tudor style house in private marine estate approx. 400 yards from the private beach. Refurbished by the current owners with modern wiring, plumbing and heating, cavity wall insulation, lounge, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, bathroom, shower room, balcony, garage, South facing rear garden.
A detached house situated in a small private marine estate, just one row back from the private beach. The accommodation would benefit from a programme of internal modernisation & some refurbishment. G.F.H., u.P.V.C. d/glazing & fascias, lounge, dining room, gr fl bedroom/third reception rm, kit/ breakfast rm, utility rm, shower/storage rm, cloakrm, master bedrm with dressing rm & en suite shower rm, two further dble bedrms, bathrm, double garage, gardens to three sides.
A well presented detached house situated in a quiet road, g.f.h., u.P.V.C. double glazing, dual aspect lounge, dining room, good sized kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, four bedrooms, bathroom with separate w.c., large purpose built garage with workshop/hobbies room and gardens surrounding 116’ West facing rear garden.
A three bedroom first floor apartment in development of six in walled gardens immediately adjacent to the beach, gas central heating, u.P.V.C. double glazed, carpets, cloakroom, lounge, dining room with library area, South facing balcony, kitchen, master bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing area, second bathroom, garage. UNOBSTRUCTED SEA VIEWS
A detached cottage situated approx half a mile from shopping facilities and beach. G.F.H., double glazing, dual aspect lounge, dining room opening to a sun room, kitchen, utility room with cloakroom, master bedroom with en suite shower room, second bedroom, bathroom, garage, South East facing rear garden, parking for four cars and a caravan on the frontage.
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This Three Bedroom Semi Detached Chalet Style House is situated in a pleasant cul-de-sac. The property benefits UPVC Double Glazing, Gas Central Heating, Cloakroom, Shower cubicle, Drive and Garage.
This Three Bedroomed Semi Detached House is situated just off of the Beach Road on the East side of the village. Benefitting UPVC double glazing, gas central heating and plenty of parking.
This Spacious Chalet Style Three Bedroom Detached Bungalow is situated on the East side of the village.The property benefits from; Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Reception Room, Cloakroom, Living Room, Dining Room/Study, and Bathroom.
This well presented Three Bedroom Detached Cottage is situated South East of the village centre.Improved and updated by the present owner and still retaining its charm and character, the property benefits UPVC Double Glazing and Gas Central Heating.
19 Hunnisett Close, Selsey. West Sussex. PO20 0FH.
We are acting in the sale of the above property and have received an offer of £195,000 on the above property. This Two/Three Bedroomed Terraced House is situated in a pleasant Cul De-Sac just to the North of the village centre. Benefiting UPVC double glazing and gas central heating. GARAGE AND DRIVEWAY.
This Two Bedroom Ground Floor Flat is situated in a popular purpose built block on the edge of the village centre close to all amenities. The property is in good order throughout and benefits from Gas Central Heating.
Any interested parties must submit any higher offers in writing to the selling agent before exchange of contracts takes place.
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• Five Bedroom House on a Marine Development
• Detached Period House in Favoured Location
• Offering First Class Family Accommodation
• Close to the Beach with Sea Glimpses from Upstairs • Good sized Landscaped Garden
• Two Reception Rooms plus Large Conservatory • Kitchen/Breakfast Room plus Utility
Well Presented Four Bedroom Family House • Refitted Kitchen • 20ft Lounge/Dining Room • Conservatory • Family Bathroom and Ground Floor Cloakroom • Integral Garage and Off Road Parking • Enclosed Rear Garden • Overlooking Green convenient for shops, buses and beach
• Bright and Spacious Purpose Built Ground Floor Flat • Central Location • Living/Dining Room • Fitted Kitchen and Recently refitted Shower Room • Spacious Bedroom • Allocated Parking and Communal Gardens • Electric Panel Heating and Double Glazing • Age Restricted to 60+
• Integral Garage
Attractive Rearin first class Detached •House with SeaEnclosed Views •Offered Garden order • Three Bedrooms • 20ft Kitchen/Breakfast • 500 from Room • 19ft Sunyds Lounge withSea SeaFront View • Ground Floor Cloakroom and First Floor Bathroom • 39ft long Garage and Off Road Parking • Located on the southern end of Selsey
Immaculately Presented Attached House • Three Bedrooms (one with en suite) • Kitchen and Utility Room • Living Room and Dining Room • Garage and Driveway for Several Vehicles • Bathroom and Cloakroom • Conservatory • Remains of NHBC • Terraced House on the Paddocks development • Three Double Bedrooms • 25’ Through Lounge/Dining Room • Kitchen • Ground Floor Cloakroom • Family Bathroom with Separate WC • Off Road Parking and Garage • Favoured Location on West Side of Selsey
• Bathroom, Ensuite and Cloakroom
• Spacious One Bedroom retirement bungalow • Age Restricted 60+ • Lounge/diner • Ample Private Parking • Attractive Communal Grounds • Located on the northern edge of Selsey • Communal Hall with Guest Suite • NO FORWARD CHAIN
• Seafront Townhouse • Balcony with Sea Views over Greensward • Four Bedrooms • 28ft Lounge/Dining Room on 1st Floor • Re Fitted Kitchen with fitted oven and hob • Ground Floor Shower rm, Bedroom & Garden Room • Integral Garage and Garden
• GasHouse Central and to Double Three Bedroom withHeating open views the rear Glazing • 16ft Living Room leading to lean to Conservatory •Kitchen • Ground Floor Cloakroom and First Floor Bathroom • Gas Heating and partial Double Glazing • Garage in a compound • Garden • NO FORWARD CHAIN
• Spacious Semi Detached Chalet • Semi Detached Bungalow • Three Bedrooms • Short Walk from Beach • Everest Double Glazed and Brick Conservatory • Modern Shaker Style Kitchen • Short Distance from the Beach • 20ft Lounge/diner • Approx 50ft Rear Enclosed Garden • 20ft Ground Floor Bedroom • Double Glazed Windows • Ground Floor Bathroom • Would Benefit from Modernisation of Kitchen and • First Floor Cloakroom and 17ft Bedroom Bathroom Conservatory • NO FORWARD CHAIN NEW •INSTRUCTION
A Newly Refurbished Chalet Style Bungalow • Two Bedrooms Upstairs • Downstairs Bedroom Three/ Dining Room • Recently Fitted Modern Kitchen • Modern White Bathroom • Enclosed Rear Garden • Presented in Excellent Order – Must be Viewed £219,950 £219,950
• Modern Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast £179,500 SELSEY Room
Four Bedroom Semi Detached Family House • Two Reception Rooms • Conservatory • Garden • Off Road Parking, Garage and Garden • Ground Floor Cloakroom and First Floor Bathroom • Close to local shops and Bus Route • NO ONWARD CHAIN
• Modern Family House on the Kingsway with Sea Views from the First Floor • 25’10 Lounge/Dining Room • Modern Bathroom • Enclosed Rear Garden • Three Bedrooms • Fitted Kitchen • Garage with Utility Area
• Ensuite Bathroom, Family Bathroom and Cloakroom NEW INSTRUCTION • Bright Attractive Sun Room
• Well Presented Family Accommodation • Maple effect Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Stylish Bathroom • Bright & Spacious Lounge overlooking Rear Garden • Three Bedrooms • Garage and Driveway • 60ft Rear Garden • Cul De Sac Location
Presented in First Class Order • Three Bedroom Detached Bungalow • Fitted Modern Kitchen and Bathroom • Fitted oven, hob and extractor • Double Glazing • Good sized rear garden • Garage and off road parking • Located in a quiet cul de sac on the East of Selsey
• Four Double Bedrooms
A Detached House on Broadreeds Development •Short Walk to the Beach • Good size Garden • Master Bedroom Ensuite plus Three More Bedrooms • Bathroom and Downstairs Cloakroom • Solar Water Heating • Off Road Parking and Garage £152,000
• Bungalow on corner plot • Some Modernisation Required • One Double Bedroom • Conservatory • Kitchen and Bathroom • Lounge • Garden • Garage in Compound • NO FORWARD CHAIN
• Detached Character Family Home • Short Walk from Beach • Four Bedrooms • Two Reception Rooms plus Utility Room • Feature 17ft10 Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Bathroom, Shower Room and Cloakroom • 60ft Rear Garden • 30ft Garage • South of Selsey
• Immaculate Contemporary Home
• Beautifully Appointed Residence in favoured location
• Sea Views from 20’ Balcony and Kitchen
• Fitted Oak Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Stylish and Spacious Solid £114,950 SELSEY
• Four/Five Bedrooms £274,995 SELSEY
Superb Semi Detached Bungalow • Two Double Bedrooms • Newly fitted Bathroom • Cloakroom/ WC • Modern Newly Fitted Kitchen • Garage in Compound • Gas Central Heating to Radiators • Double Glazing • Immaculately Presented – Must be Viewed
Luxurious Bathrooms Bright and• Spacious Purpose Built Ground Floor Flat • Central Location • Living/Dining Fitted Kitchen • Master BedroomRoom with•Ensuite and RecentlyBathroom refitted Shower Room • Spacious Bedroom • Four • Allocated ParkingBedrooms and Communal Gardens • Electric • Enclosed tub Panel Heating and DoubleGazebo Glazing •with Age hot Restricted in Rear Garden to 60+
Extended Two Bedroom Terraced House • Located on the Popular Paddocks Development • Lounge and Dining Room • Cloakroom and Family Bathroom • West Facing Rear Garden • Garage in Compound • Fitted Kitchen • NO FORWARD CHAIN
EnSuite Modern Wellwardrobe Presentedand Detached House • Four • Both Sitting Room and Drawing Bedrooms, Master en suite • Fully Fitted Kitchen/ Room are 18ft+ Dining Room • Double width Garage • Balance of Sun Loggia NHBC • •Downstairs Cloakroom • Attractive Rear • 31ft spacious Detached Garage Garden • Bright Living Room and
• Very Close to the Beach
• Master Bedroom with walk-in
ample off road parking
• Set in Large Mature Grounds
• Must be Viewed
Whiteheads, 104-106 High Street, Selsey, West Sussex PO20 0QG
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National report highlights University’s Olympic expertise THE UNIVERSITY of Chichester’s contribution to this summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games has been acknowledged in a national report endorsed by Seb Coe. The West Sussex institution has a wellestablished Olympic heritage dating back to the 1988 Seoul Games, and continues to be involved in the training and preparation of Olympic athletes ahead of London 2012. The report – Olympic and Paralympic Games: The impact of universities – looks at universities, the Olympic Games and sport. It showcases the diverse contribution that higher education is making to the 2012 Games across numerous areas. It was commissioned to mark Universities Week, which aims to increase public awareness of the wide and varied role of the UK’s universities. In it, the University’s role in the West Sussex Partnership for the 2012 Games is highlighted. The group will welcome teams from Barbados, Grenada, the Bahamas, Dominica and Finland to the county for their pre-Games training camps. Through the partnership, the teams will be able to access sports science support from the University. The report also highlights one expert based at the University who has used his expertise to support Olympic and Paralympic athletes. Sports physiologist Dr Marcus Smith attended the Seoul and Barcelona Olympic Games as part of the Great Britain
Boxing Team and subsequently played a central role in the preparation of amateur boxers for the Atlanta, Sydney and Athens Olympic Games. Professor Clive Behagg, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chichester, said: “While I am delighted that our expertise in sport has been recognised, this report only tells part of our story. “Every GB sailing medal winner for the past four Olympic Games has undertaken part of their training here, and we continue to prepare sailors for London 2012 through work funded by the RYA. All of the squad come to Chichester for regular fitness assessments and general sports science input. “We are also going to be cheering on one of our own this summer. Ben Quilter is currently studying for his Masters in Sport and Exercise Physiology. He is also a double world judo champion and is the number one seed going into the Paralympic Games in his class.” Seb Coe, LOCOG Chair, said: “I am delighted to be supporting Universities Week 2012 which is celebrating the Higher Education sector’s engagement with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Universities have been essential to London 2012; through the provision of expertise, facilities, volunteers and many of Team GB and ParalympicsGB’s potential medal hopefuls.”
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Project a hit with the ladies A NEW project in Chichester is having early success at getting women onto the football field. Having noticed a lack of opportunities for girls to play football in the local area, Chichester Ladies Football club in association with Chichester College initiated a non-profit making project to help improve participation. Over the past 18 months 24 female players from Chichester City qualified as FA coaches at Chichester College. During the past month, players have been going out into local Primary Schools to provide free coaching sessions for girls aged 6-11 years old. The clubs have had a fantastic response with in excess 100 girls attending the sessions in over eight different Primary Schools. Alongside giving opportunities for girls to play, the project aims to develop Chichester College as a centre of excellence for coaching. The Primary school sessions are part of the build-up to the Girls Football Saturday Club which is due to start at Chichester College on Saturday (May 12th) at 10am. The club will allow an opportunity for any girls (aged 6-11) from the local area to come together and play football. The main aim of the sessions is to increase fun playing opportunities for the girls but also develop footballing and social skills. Parents will be encouraged to come and watch the sessions or take advantage of the parking and go into town to do their shopping! All girls are encouraged to come regardless if they have played before or not. For more information please contact Matt Wright on 07531925870 or matt.wright@ chichester.ac.uk
Senior coaches (left to right) Zoe Hughes Jones, Hollie Wride, Jade Widdowson, Lizzy Thoms and Lizzy Ogden
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A 37 37 44 58 51 54 56 72 77 68 60 75 82 91 62 79 88 93 87 105
GD PTS 38 89 51 86 55 84 31 72 32 71 29 71 34 *65 -1 55 -6 55 17 54 -15 50 -13 44 -13 43 -28 42 -12 40 -26 39 -29 38 -28 36 -47 19 -69 15
P Team 34 EAST PRESTON 34 HAILSHAM TOWN 34 DORKING WANDERERS 34 LITTLEHAMPTON TOWN 34 LOXWOOD EASTBOURNE UNITED AFC 34 34 BEXHILL UNITED 34 SOUTHWICK 34 STORRINGTON 34 MILE OAK 34 RUSTINGTON 34 WESTFIELD 34 STEYNING TOWN 34 WICK MIDHURST & EASEBOURNE 34 34 LITTLE COMMON 34 SEAFORD TOWN 34 OAKWOOD
W 29 24 21 15 17 15 16 12 11 12 10 9 9 9 10 8 9 5
* 1 pt deducted - ineligible player
D 3 6 6 12 4 8 5 12 8 4 10 10 8 6 4 8 4 12
L 2 4 7 7 13 11 13 10 15 18 14 15 17 19 20 18 21 17
F 124 86 80 67 65 54 60 44 62 55 52 58 54 40 62 53 47 44
A 34 34 48 39 68 49 64 40 59 65 68 73 74 70 102 69 64 87
GD 90 52 32 28 -3 5 -4 4 3 -10 -16 -15 -20 -30 -40 -16 -17 -43
PTS 90 78 69 57 55 53 53 48 41 40 40 37 35 33 *33 32 31 27
Team NEWHAVEN SALTDEAN UNITED PEASE POTTAGE VILLAGE BARNHAM BROADBRIDGE HEATH FOREST FERRING ROTTINGDEAN VILLAGE UCKFIELD TOWN IFIELD EDWARDS BOSHAM HURSTPIERPOINT TD SHIPLEY CLYMPING HAYWARDS HEATH TOWN ROFFEY
P 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30
W 22 21 22 19 17 15 14 14 10 10 9 9 10 5 3 2
D 4 7 1 3 5 6 4 3 10 5 6 6 1 3 7 5
L 4 2 7 8 8 9 12 13 10 15 15 15 19 22 20 23
F 94 88 94 91 67 63 51 53 60 50 45 45 49 31 29 33
A 32 26 44 44 43 50 56 71 61 60 58 61 70 96 69 102
GD PTS 62 70 62 70 50 67 47 60 24 56 13 51 -5 46 -18 45 -1 40 -10 35 -13 33 -16 33 -21 31 -65 18 -40 16 -69 11
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