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OUR COMMUNITY NEEDS you. You have probably heard of the Lions Club, the biggest service organisation in the world. They are inviting you to go along and find out more about who they are and what they do. The Lions have been in existence in Adur for over 50 years and has raised thousands of pounds for national and international causes. However, much of their time is spent helping those 2 INSIDE 0309.indd 2

around us with small things that can make an enormous difference to their lives. Perhaps driving elderly people to a Christmas dinner or a coach trip out with a cream tea, donating money for dressing up clothes to a local playgroup or providing a stair gate to a needy parent Aside from fund raising they also enjoy a good social scene with various activities ranging from quizzes, theatre

trips, skittles and wine tasting to learning to play croquet, a surprisingly fun evening for all who took part. Fund raising can also be fun: they run a Greyhound Charity night once a year and have run the Transport Fayre at Buckingham Park, Shoreham for the last 32 years. Both of these require a lot of organising but are also enjoyable for all involved. Adur East Lions are hoping that some more local people who may have an hour or so to spare every couple of weeks could help them to make a difference to our local community. If you would like to get involved do give them a call. They welcome new faces, whatever age you are and even if you only have a little time to spare Go along and see what they have to offer. You might enjoy being a Lion and find it a rewarding experience. They will be holding an informal information evening (with nibbles) in the Function Room at the Royal George Pub, Upper Shoreham Road (opp. Tescos, Holmbush). To find out more, in a relaxed atmosphere, please contact any of the Lion members below or email for further information to: membership@adureastlions.org.uk

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MARCH 2009

Shoreham & Southwick Editor’s comment

Hello and welcome Inside Shoreham. We are now into March – incredible how the months go so fast and I have recently noticed that the days are getting much lighter, this is fantastic for making one feel a lot better. With the recent cold spell and some serious snow, I am really looking forward to spring. We have the second instalment of Woolworths from Judy Upton. Sussex police gives some handy hints on starting a Neighbourhood Watch in your area. Infact we have quite a few local articles this month Warmest Regards Angela

Inside this issue Adur Lions ............................................................ 2

Talk Money .......................................................... 20

Southwick Players – “Sing on “ ........................... 5

Southwick Community Market.......................... 23

Align Chiropractic Clinic ....................................... 6 Wilson – Final Instalment..................................... 6 Woolworths Memories II ................................... 10

Sussex Police ....................................................... 27 Mosaic Workshops.............................................. 29

Samins Review-Menu ..................................13-15

What’s on....................................................... 30-33

Rapid Auto......................................................18-19

Local Business Index .......................................... 34

Hand delivered to over 10,000 homes and businesses in the Shoreham and Southwick areas. Information correct at time of going to press. May be subject to change. All rights reserved and is the property of the publisher. © Inside Shoreham & Southwick 2008. Reprinting any part or matter appearing in Inside Shoreham & Southwick is strictly forbidden except by permission of the publisher. The publisher makes every effort to ensure that the magazine’s contents are correct. However, it cannot take responsibility for any effects from errors or omissions. Inside Shoreham & Southwick does not accept any responsibility or liability for any of the services or products provided by the advertisers. Buyers should make their own checks.

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AVE YOU EVER wondered just exactly what goes on behind the scenes at a theatre? Here's you chance to find out and be royally entertained at the same time. 'Sing On!', a musical comedy, written by Rick Abbott and directed by Des Young, is the latest production from

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the well-regarded theatre group, The Southwick Players. The plot is simple - A hapless, yet enthusiastic band of actors are in financial trouble and need to save their beloved theatre. Up steps Monte Montague, a songwriter, with an ambitious plan to win a £10,000 prize.

Unfortuantely for the cast, Monte is not a very good songwriter, and they are not very good singers! Only dire necessity is able to persuade a doubtful cast and crew to stage his dreadful show. Want to chase away those winter blues? Then come and enjoy this funny family show and leave with a smile and warm feeling inside. Dates: Wednesday 1st April - Saturday 4th April 2009. Performances start at 7.30pm. Ticket Prices £9.00, special deal for the Wednesday show, £7.00. Tickets obtainable from the Box Office on 01273 597094, or online through our website www.southwickplayers.org.uk To advertise call: 01273 452065 20/2/09 12:44:57


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lIGN-DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC (Southwick) has just purchased the latest in Japanese massage chairs. Patients can now wait for their Chiropractic treatments while having a relaxing full-body massage. Dr Paula Moore, Principal Chiropractor at ALIGN says, “I am always looking for ways to add value to the experience of our clinic. INADA believe that the world can benefit from the traditions of Japanese medicine that emphasizes preventive healthcare and the importance of massage in maintaining well-being. The INADA massage chair is amazing. I believe that the massage chairs along with the powerful Chiropractic adjustment can be a integral part of everyone’s health care regime.” ALIGN opened it’s doors in 2005 in the comfortable neighbourhood of Southwick. Paula added, “We are community chiropractors who go to extraordinary lengths to delight our customers, many of whom travel great distances (London, Surrey, New York) to experience our friendly passion for natural health.” If you are interested in finding out more about the 14% of the population that benefit from Chiropractic’s natural approach to family health, then mention this article to receive a 50% off the price of an initial consultation.

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AFTER A VERY difficult assessment with Wilson’s breeder it was decided that Wilson be put down. The breeder assessed his fear aggression. Because I have known how to handle Wilson and avoid most trouble, his aggression was only a small part of his behaviour. The breeder was very concerned with the unpredictability of his behaviour (considering the years of professional treatment he already had for his problems) and felt there was a serious risk to someone else and so re-homing was not an option. The three of us (me and the breeders) cried as I stayed with Wilson until his last moment. It was the hardest decision I have ever had to make. I wrote Wilson a goodbye:

Dear Sweet Wilson My dear sweet Wilson you came into my life that morning not so long ago. There you were so black and small and perfect in your concrete row. I took you home; you sat upon my lap-a lifetime for us two. I loved you then, as I love you now, my dear sweet Wilson where are you? I look into the empty room, your hair still clumped upon the floo,r if I close my eyes I see you there, and hear your sigh once more. Your smell it lingers in the air and fills the quiet void. I miss my boy, my perfect black boy, dear sweet Wilson where are you? I have never known a love so true, you were everything to me. I shared my secrets, my troubles, and my laughter too. And always that face, that gorgeous face-please dear sweet Wilson where are you? I long to touch you, my boy, my one; nothing ever felt so sweet, you left so soon our time not yet done, so much for us to do. So now sweet Wilson let your soul be free there is no more fear for you. Run through the fields, swim one last time, please always remember me. I will never forget my dear sweet Wilson, a friend, a lesson, a perfect love. You came to me for three short years and now I know I must stop the tears. So I say goodbye to you my boy, you taught me how to love and that I did more than ever before. I promise you I will love some more… my dear sweet Wilson, my dear sweet Wilson, only you will ever know. Goodbye my Wilson, until we meet again…

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Memories of Woolworths, part two l

AST MONTH, I featured the memories of my mother Joan Upton’s time working at the Shoreham branch of Woolworths. In those years, from the mid 1940s to mid 1960s Woolworths was a department store, divided into thirty odd departments with eighteen tills. Although Shoreham Woolworth had departments with a numbering system up to 36, not every number was used. Department 1 was ‘Sweets and Confectionery’. It was against a sidewall near the front of the shop and my Nan Ethel Peake worked part-time on this counter for 19 years until 1967. In those days the sweets were all sold loose in those days apart from boxes of chocolates which would have special gift wrappers slipped over them for occasions like Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day and Valentine’s. In front of the sweets counter was department 2, the ice-cream freezer, with brands like Polar Maid. You could buy rounds of ice cream that would be unwrapped from paper and put in a cone, or a square served between wafers. A member of staff served you the ice cream. Self-service was not yet popular. Department 3 was ‘Groceries’, mostly cans and packets. Department 4 was jewellery. This was only a small department on the end of the toiletries counter. Department 5 was ‘Biscuits’, sold loose and weighed out into paper bags. There were no 6, 7 or 8, the next number to have a department was 9, selling ‘Ribbons and Lace’. These were measured out for the customer.

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Department 11 consisted of ‘Boot Goods’ which meant shoe polishes, laces and plimsolls. The polishes, shoe brushes etc were displayed in trays of black felt which had to be brushed and laid out every day. Handkerchiefs, in the days before the popularity of tissues had a department to themselves, number 13. Dressmaking and knitting items such as wools, cottons, needles made up department 15, ‘Haberdashery’. This had a large island counter in the centre of the store that it shared with the ‘Ribbons and Lace’, and also (department 17) ‘Hosiery’, and 18 ‘Drapery’. Drapery included clothing such as underwear and vests, plus it sold ‘contact’ the self-adhesive plastic shelf covering, which would be sold in measured off lengths. This central counter had three tills. Department 19, was Christmas and Valentine’s cards, calendars etc, with 20 and 21 selling stationery and books. ‘Toiletries’, department 22, was another large island counter, this time towards the front of the store. It was the biggest department in Woolworths, and sold cosmetics and toiletries such as Ponds Creams, ‘Bourgois’ rouge, ‘Evening In Paris’ and ‘Californian Poppy’ perfumes. The ‘Fancy Goods’ in department 23, were more or less anything not covered by the other departments. When the store started selling records they were to be found here. Department 25 sold paints and polishes, including soap powders, and at the back of the shop the overhead lights and fittings of the electrical department (26) made an impressive display of colour and light. With so many lamps plugged in, this department was a permanent fixture at the back of the store because it needed to many electrical sockets and wiring to ever be moved. Nails were weighed out loose by the half pound at department 28 ‘Hardware’, and screws were counted out. Department 29 contained Christmas decorations, including the concertina type which would hang across the department, above the customers heads in an attractive display. The Toy Department (30) was much smaller than it is today, apart from at Christmas time. It was the place to buy things like pots of bubbles or rotating pin mills. A horticultural section (32) had plants displayed in wooden boxes. These would then be dug out and wrapped in newspaper to be sold. The wooden boxes were not sold and went back to the nursery to be refilled. The plants were grown locally, and many came from the Riverside Nursery, which was on the site of Frosts Garage in Old Shoreham Road, stretching over the area now occupied by Orchard Close. The horticultural department also sold packets of seeds for 4d or 8d. The 8d ones tended to be the vegetables such as runner beans. Growing your own vegetables was of course especially popular in the war years and just after. Department 33 was ‘Tin ware’ including saucepans and baking tins, while department 34 was ‘Household’ goods, which included things like toilet rolls. The final two departments of china and glassware were quite small, and the goods arrived in crates. When self-service shopping became the new trend, Woolworths of course changed to reflect the times. Less staff and less tills, the creation of a record department, and the shrinking of the ones popular haberdashery department were all changes that reflected the changing behaviour of the nation. Woolworths is a shop that has memories for everyone, and will be very sadly missed in both Shoreham and Southwick Joan Upton’ To advertise call: 01273 452065 20/2/09 12:45:33


Samins “I

T’S NOT ABOUT the heat” that’s what I tell people when they say they don’t like curried food. Great Indian food should be about the combination of spices herbs and top quality natural ingredients not about your mouth exploding with a hot eruption. If the cooking is right the flavour of the food should shine through, as Anthony burgess watching his father finishing his favourite dish said “This curry was like a performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony that I’d once heard, especially the last movement, with everything screaming and banging ‘joy’. It stunned, it made one fear great art. My father could say nothing after the meal he sat and was complete” In Shoreham the battle to produce the best curries is lead by Mo at SAMINS curry and Tandoori takeaway whose menu can be found in this magazine. For a real treat try their Bombay dishes, These Bombay curries in Chicken or meat are cooked with a blend of spices, which the chef refuses to disclose, but when mixed with the Potatoes, Tomatoes and Egg they mix to make a spectacular tasting dish. The vegetable Korai always reminds me of my visits to India it is very authentic and a long way from the more British styles of curry. Rogan dishes are cooked with tomatoes and

coriander; it is a very aromatic curry with Persian origins where they are cooked with clarified butter. What ever you try, Mo and his staff will be pleased to advise you, they can also deliver to your home usually within 45 minutes or if you collect you can save as much as 10%. Give yourself a treat tonight and order one now. Harry Bolter

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APID AUTO CENTRE is a new venture that is jointly owned and run by Gary Stephens, Malcolm Baker and David Carpenter, who, until recently, all worked together at Evans Halshaw & RapidFit on the Old Shoreham Road in Portslade, “It was a shock when Evans Halshaw closed down, but setting up our garage together seemed the natural thing to do,” explains Gary. “ We’d worked together for so long and knew each other really well and most importantly, we all wanted to carry on providing a good service for your customers.” Last August they opened the doors to Rapid Auto Centre in North Street, Portslade – and just like at

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Evans Halshaw they deal with servicing, repairs and MOTs for all makes and models of cars. “We really wanted to stay local to Portslade,” explains Malcolm, “ We’ve built up very good relationships with our customers here and it’s a great area to be based in.” And business is good! “We’ve been very lucky,” says Gary. “ A lot of our old Evans Halshaw customers have followed us to our new base on North Street, which is fantastic. Hopefully it means that they think we’ve always done a good job for them!” Judging by the letters pinned to their reception notice board, it’s more than just luck – they have a very

loyal client base! This is just one of the comments: “ Thank you for telling me about your new Company. Following the closure of RapidFit I was very worried as to where I might take my car for reliable repairs and MOT, not to mention of course the friendly staff – so I’ll be pleased to see you for an MOT in November!” The experience that Gary, Malcolm and David means that Rapid Auto Centre can deal with all makes and models of cars for general servicing, repairs and MOTs and more specialist services such as welding and electrical problems and aircon regassing – all to their usual high standards. As Malcolm says “ We

really want repeat customers, who we can do a good job for and to get to know. For example, a lot of taxi drivers use us because they know that we do a good quick job, don’t overcharge and don’t fit parts that aren’t necessary.” Gary goes on to explain that any parts that do have to be replaced are always kept for inspection if required. So why should you bring you car to Rapid Auto Centre? Over to Gary: “We offer a friendly service, we’ve got lots of experience in the motor trade and we can give you less pain in the pocket for a quality job”

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Claire Cook from independent mortgage and financial advisers Talk Money, gives essential advice

Fixed rates — are they at their lowest? T

HE MINUTES OF the recent Monetary Policy Committee meeting (MPC) have now been released. The MPC meet every month to decide the Bank of England base rate, this month it was cut to 1%, the lowest it has ever been. The minutes show that the decision to cut the rate was unanimous. One member voted for a higher cut, but this was overruled. The reason given was that further cuts could harm the economy. This is interesting and raises the question, is this the best it’s going to get? The fixed rates have been gradually reducing over the past few weeks and many lenders have already lowered their fixed rates following the last cut. Is this the time to book yourself a longer term fixed rate? People are in a number of situations with their mortgages. Much is dependent on which lender you are with. They have all taken different stances with the rate cuts, leaving things quite confusing. Some have passed on the full cuts to their standard variable rate. For example, C&G are now at 3%. If you are paying this rate then you will be feeling very comfortable for the moment. Other lenders are charging much more, some up to 5.75% or more — not so attractive.

If you are with a lender who charges more, you could find that you can obtain a fixed rate at a lower rate than you are currently paying… If you are with a lender who charges more, you could find that you can obtain a fixed rate at a lower rate than you are currently paying, meaning that you can secure a low payment for a period of time. As rates are seemingly at their lowest, now would be a great time to fix your mortgage rate. Many people tell me ‘but my friend is on a tracker rate and their rate is really low. Can’t I get one of those?’ The answer is yes, you can get a tracker rate, but you have missed the boat. If you took a tracker rate in the past, the percentage the lender was charging above bank base rate would have been lower. So, for example you may have obtained bank base rate +0.5%. This would have seemed reasonable at the time, when the bank base rate was 4%, you would have started out at 4.5% — you would now be paying 1.5%. Compare this to now, when lenders are charging 2.74%

above bank base rate. You would be paying 3.74% now, but beware when the bank base rate returns to more normal levels, if the bank base rate went up to 3%, you would be paying 5.74%. The time to book a tracker rate is in the past – fixed rates are now looking the more favourable option. So, if you want to keep your rate low for a period of time, now is the time to start looking. If you would like some help then please give me a call. We can check out exactly what rate you are paying at the moment, and compare this with the fixed rates now on offer.

If you would like assistance with your mortgage or any other financial matter please call me, Claire Cook, on 01273 224667. We are whole of market and offer a free initial consultation to Latest Homes readers.

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SOUTHWICK FRIDAY MARKET The Friday Market in the Barn at Southwick Community Centre has really taken off since it started in December. Each Friday there are up to 25 stalls offering a wide range of goods. These include fruit and veg, household goods, CDs and DVDs, cards, ornamental candles, bread, Infinity Foods, jewellery and lots lots more! An added bonus is you can visit the Barn Cafe where there is a wonderful selection of homemade cakes to choose from when you have your morning tea or coffee. Light lunches are also available and these include toasted sandwiches and Panini's, jacket potatoes and homemade soup. A take away service if available. The Market is open every Friday from 9.00a.m. - 1.00p.m. Enquiries to Southwick Community Centre, 01273 592819.

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about on patrol. They try and get involved in community events, recent ones have included the Christmas extravaganza, the farmers market and local coffee mornings, there should be an event you will be able to catch them at. Would you like to be a part of HEIR JOB IS to give high visibility priority problems impacting on your Neighbourhood Watch and do your bit to patrol in your area, to help prevent neighbourhood. These problems will be help fight crime? If so contact your local taken by your local PCSO to resolve in the PCSO. You don’t have to attend meetings anti-social behaviour and low level but you do get a newsletter and contact crime, to assist in solving local problems, best way possible, reporting back at the if we are appealing for witnesses or and to get to know you the public. They next meeting. It may be that the issue have had suspicious persons or vehicles is not a police one and inviting a local need you to be involved in the way we in the area. It really is a matter of being partner, such as the council, housing or a police the area and as such they have neighbourly. crime prevention expert is the best way been setting up Neighbourhood Panels For further details contact your local forward to decide on options. The key to for each ward. PCSO via the Sussex Police website www. the panels are that you have a say and Do you care about what goes on in sussex.police.uk, by phone as shown, control of how they are resolved. your area? Would you like to see more Some examples of the successes so far or call in to your local police station for done for the community? information. are; markings for a bus stop installed to If yes, then join forces with your Emergency call 999. Police nonprevent road blockages, cleaning of the PCSO and become a member of a emergency number 0845 6070 999 Neighbourhood Panel. By being a member foot bridge, street lights repaired, more Crime Stoppers to report crime you can have your say on what problems signs and clean up days. This is a valuable opportunity for you to anonymously 0800 555 111 have an effect on your neighbourhood. Local Police Station: Ham Road, have your say and see results. Together The panel will meet as often as the Shoreham. we can make your area a better place! group decide they need to, bi-monthly Report abandoned/untaxed They are also involved in scene appears to be the norm. Each panel has guarding, house to house enquiries, giving vehicles and anti-social driving, on a chairman and secretary appointed by Operation Crackdown via the website assistance to the Police Neighbourhood yourselves. Neighbourhood Watch via the website or Response Teams who answer all the It will be the job of the panel to the Adur civic Centre emergency calls, and of course out and collectively agree on the three top

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f you would like to learn how to make a mosaic you could win a place to do just that! During March you can enter a free prize draw and the winner will be invited to attend a SOMOSAIC workshop free of charge. Ideal for complete beginners, these workshops are now taking place in Shoreham, run by Denise who loves to pass on her enthusiasm for this craft in

her sunny studio. The workshops provide an ideal opportunity to forget your cares and responsibilities for a few hours and turn your hand to creating something unique to keep. It is a very satisfying, absorbing and relaxing pastime which seems to make time fly by and can easily become addictive! Making mosaics is also a great way

to recycle as you can use up left over tiles or make something beautiful from things you find. It is also an ideal way to restore old furniture to a new lease of life. You can find out the dates of future workshops and enter the prize draw by going to the web site www.somosaic. co.uk or telephoning Denise on 01273 463268.

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GENERAl 4th – 7th March: Wick Theatre Company presents “Abigail’s Party” The iconic seventies’ comedy drama by Mike Leigh. A fascinating reminder of how we lived and played back then, this play will make you laugh and squirm, sometimes both at the same time. Start time: 7.45pm. Tickets: £8.50 from the Box Office on 01273 597094, or online at: www.wicktheatre. co.uk. VENUE: Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street, Southwick.

7th – 8th March: Normandy Property Show 10am – 5pm at Shoreham Airport. For free entry register before 5th March online at www.normandypropertyshow.com

Saturday 21st March: Family Fun Workshop with Paul Emile Family Fun, Paul's rhythm inspired workshop has been tweaked to include Mums, Dads Grandparents and older siblings — spend an afternoon together being creative and noisy! £9 per participant. 1.30 – 3.20pm. Ages 6 – 99. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Saturday 28th — Baby Loves Disco at Brighton Coalition

Saturday 21st March: Barnstormers Comedy Club

Once again a selection of Jongleurs, Komedia and Comedy Store regulars will be displaying their comedy talents. Resident compere Kevin Precious has extraordinary skill in putting the audience at their ease. Doors open 7.45pm, Show 8.30pm. Tickets £10 advance, £12 on door. More info at www.barnstormerscomedy.com. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Thursday 26th March: Tea Dance with Mike Hatchard

Come and share the luxury of dancing to a live trio (The Earl Grey Trio resident at the Bournemouth Pavilion Ballroom). There’ll be a rich assortment of traditional ballroom dances as well as modern and sequence ...and, of course, tea. Music & Dancing 2.30pm Tickets £5 to include a cup of Tea — Cakes available. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www. ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Friday 27th March: Attila The Stockbroker & John Otway

An occasional collision of kindred spirits, a sporadic accident waiting to happen… Doors 7.30pm. Performance starts 8pm. Tickets £10. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www. ropetacklecentre.co.uk

COURSES AND ClASSES Strictly Dancing with Lisa

A new clubbing phenomenon where grown ups and children get to go clubbing together in a thoroughly child and adult friendly environment. Free healthy snacks for the children, fun disco tunes for everyone. Tickets £8 (non-walkers free). 2pm – 5pm. Brighton Coalition, 171-181 Kings Road Arches, Brighton. Tickets and more information available at www. babylovesdisco.co.uk/locations/brighton (advance booking advised). Saturday afternoon is the new Saturday night!

(Formerly Strictly Fun Dancing) The new, fun-filled, relaxed way to dance. Mondays 6.15-7.15pm (Room 8) and Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm (Room 3) and a new daytime class starting soon at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. For more info contact Lisa on 07939 248871 / lisa@strictlydancingwithlisa.co.uk

Wednesdays – Shoreham Centre Indoor / Outdoor Market

'Danceaholic'

9am – 12.30ish. With Coffee Shop, Refreshments and Car Parking. For more info please call (01273) 454686 or visit www.shorehamcentre.co.uk

Fridays — Southwick & Shoreham Country Market Every Friday from 9.30 — 11am in the Garden Room, Southwick Community Centre. There are sales of home baked cakes, preserves and fresh farm eggs. Large selections of plants and home grown produce. Plus art & crafts and knitted garments.

Adur East Lions club Meet 4th Tuesday of the month at the Royal George Public House, Holmbush Roundabout, Shoreham. 8pm. All welcome.

THEATRE, DANCE AND COMEDY Saturday 7th March: The Noise Next Door (Comedy and curry night) The Noise Next Door explode onto the local scene with their unique brand of improvised comedy brilliance!. Curry 7pm Comedy 8pm Tickets £12 — Includes the curry!! www.thenoisenextdoor.co.uk. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk 30 INSIDE 0309.indd 30

Mondo’s Ballroom and Latin

New beginners class. Thursdays. 7.30 — 9.00pm £10 per couple. Call Ray & Janis on (01273) 453328 or visit www. mondos.co.uk for more information. A new dance club incorporating Modern Jive, Tango, Latin & Ballroom. Every Wednesday evening from 8pm — 11pm. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham. www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

Salsa @ Shoreham Airport

Thursdays: 7.30 doors open — 7.45 — 8.45 CLASS for Beginners. 8.45 — 10.45 Resident DJ. £5.00 — Class & Club. £3.00 — Club Only. Licensed Bar & Free Parking.

Sigma Dance School offers Ballroom & Latin Dance Classes

Mondays: Beginners: 6.30pm – 8pm. Improvers and intermediate: 8pm – 9.30pm. Admission £5 per class. Classes held at the Southwick Methodist Church Hall. Call (01273) 887611 for details.

Lazy River Square Dance Club

Monday evenings 8pm – 10pm. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W: www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

Wick Theatre Company

Most Mondays from 8pm. Membership £20 pa. 17 year olds and above welcome. The Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre. (The Young Wick Players (12 – 17 year olds) meet Weds 7.30pm – 9.30pm in Southwick Community Centre). For more info contact Betty Dawes on (01273) 594052. To advertise call: 01273 452065 20/2/09 12:46:41


What’s on in March Shoreham Folk Dance Club

Mondays 8 – 10pm (Excluding Bank Holidays). St. Julians Church Hall, Rectory Road, Shoreham. Membership — £1 pa / Fees — £1 per session. Adults & Teens welcome. For more info please call Mrs Holroyd on (01273) 415557

Southwick Scottish Dance Country Club

Thursdays 8.15pm – 10.15pm. Southwick Community Centre Garden Room. £2 per session. All ages welcome. For more info please call Mrs Brenda Hinton on (01273) 595017.

Dinkie Flowers Stage School

All ages – Fridays. St Julians Hall, St Julians Lane, Shoreham (opp Shoreham College). Please call (01273) 452868 for more details and fees.

Friday 13th March: Airport Club

Doors 7pm, music from 8pm. Tickets £12. Richard Durrant’s monthly musical feast — expect anything, take nothing for granted. Complete with Malcolm BuchananDick’s legendary VJ Harmonium and your genial host with at least a guitar in hand. www.richard-durrant.com. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Friday 13th March: Singles Night

Great Atmosphere, Huge Dance Floor, Guest DJs playing your requests all evening. 7.30pm — 12 Midnight with Licensed bar, Cafe and Free Car Park. Tickets only £5 on the door From Kellie (Manager) 07961 851690. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. www.shorehamcentre.co.uk.

Sussex Highland Dancers – Southwick & Shoreham Branch

Saturday 14th March: The Emperor String Quartet

Saturdays 10.45am – 11.45am. St Julians Church Hall, Rectory Road, Shoreham. 5 years and over. Fees – Adults £2.50 per session, Children £2 per session. For more info contact Trudy Bellinger on 07854 649711.

A second appearance at Ropetackle for Grammy-nominated, middle Beethoven, Emperor String Quartet recently featured on the film score for the Oscar-winning "There Will Be Blood". Doors 7pm. Music 8.00pm. Tickets £14 Free entry for under 16s. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

MUSIC, ARTS AND CREATIVE WRITING

Sunday 15th March: Martin Simpson

16th March – 15th April: Peru – Life on the Outskirts (Photographic Exhibition)

Peru – Land of the Incas, melting pot of different cultures and home to one of the richest biodiversities on Earth. All profits from sales will be donated to Bruce Peru charitable organisation and then distributed to particular schools in the Huaracan area of Cusco. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

EVENTS Sunday 1st March: Herbie’s Jazz Breakfast

The popular series of Jazz Breakfasts continues in the fabulous Ropetackle Foyer Lounge from 11am. Featuring the venerable Herbie Flowers on Double Bass and the legendary pianist/vocalist/violinist Mike Hatchard. Tickets: Adults £7.00 / Children £2.00. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www. ropetacklecentre.co.uk

BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2008 winner of Best Album for ‘Prodigal Son’ and Best Original Song for ‘Never Any Good’. Doors 7pm Music 7.30pm Tickets £12.50. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Monday 16th March: The Shoreham Session

The Bridge Inn, High Street, Shoreham, 8.30 for 9.00. Free entry. A dozen or two musicians meet for a traditional roundtable folk session. Accordions, melodeons, fiddles, guitars, mandolins, concertinas are just some of the instruments you might hear. Call it folk, roots, or celtic music, hear tunes and songs from England, Ireland, Scotland and beyond.

Friday 20th March: 60s, 70s, 80s Disco night with Top DJs Kenny and Billy-Lee.

The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, 7.30pm till midnight, with Bar & Cafe. Tickets only £5 on the night. Call centre for ticket details on (01273) 454686 or visit www.shorehamcentre.co.uk.

Saturday 21st March: Bass Culture

Wheeler Street are a young seven piece Kent based hi-energy folk band that rock! Barely 18 months out of the starting blocks, Wheeler Street have made one hell of an impact. Doors 7pm Show 8pm Tickets £8 Conc. £6. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

A powerful trio featuring Jamaican born Mikey ‘Dread’ Bowes on drums, West Indian vibesman Paul ‘Babilonda’ Emile on Bass and Jimmy ‘Riff” Brew on guitar. Multi influenced HipHopHeaveyFunkReggaeRoots, Bass Culture will be playing material from their forthcoming record and will feature special guests. Doors open 7.30pm. Music 8pm Tickets £10. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Thursday 5th March: The Golden Slipper Performers Club

Sunday 22nd March: Sussex Young Musicians

Saturday 7th March: Soul & Motown

Saturday 21st March: Fabulous Fifties – Rock n Roll — Jiving

Friday 6th March: Wheeler Street — UK Tour

The Cellar Bar of the Ferry Inn, High St Shoreham, 8.30 for 9pm. Free entry! A host of musicians gather for their monthly meeting in the most compact performance venue in the known universe to perform short spots. A wide range of musical genres, all subjected to new and innovative interpretations! A fun night of dancing and chilling to classic soul and Motown floor fillers. 8pm – Midnight. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. 7.30pm till midnight, with Bar & Cafe. Tickets only £6 on the night. Call centre for ticket details on (01273) 454686 or visit www.shorehamcentre.co.uk.

A public concert by 6 highly talented young musicians from West Sussex, who will be playing popular classical music suitable for all ages and tastes. Shoreham Methodist Church. 3pm – 5pm. Adults £4 / Children Free. Tickets available from: On the door or from Martin Ward (01273 463858) or Bernadette Green (01403 710666)

Linda Gail Lewis plus Like It Hot with supporting DJ. Admission £7 members / £8 others. Call 01903 243392 or 01243 377924 for info or visit www.rock-n-roll.org. uk. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham. www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

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The Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association.

SPORTS AND lEISURE

Social Afternoon on Wednesday 25 March in the Garden Room Southwick Community Centre 2.30 — 4.30 our speaker will be Steve Harris talking to us on 'Open All Hours' good fun. Entrance Members £1 non Members £1.20 including tea and biscuits. Everyone Welcome. Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association Charity No. 305370

Doors 7.30pm, starts 8.15pm. £3 entry. The regular Ropetackle Brainteaser with a difference. Cash prizes, video links to far off places. So much more than a pub quiz. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

COURSES, ClUBS AND WORKSHOPS Saturday March 7th: SAM Rockschool Start of a 6 week band workshop. Saturdays 10am-1pm. Learn 2 songs per week with the theory going alongside. Unit 10 Riverside business Centre, Brighton Road, Shoreham-bysea, BN43 6RE. Courses cost £125. For more info visit www. sussexmusic.com or call 0800 756 9411.

Adur Art Club Meets Tuesdays 7.30pm – 9.30pm & Thursdays 2pm – 4pm. Room 8, Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham. Membership £35 per annum. For more info please visit http://aartc.webs.com

Arts & Crafts, Computers, Health & Fitness, Languages, Performing Arts, Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL. West Sussex Adult & Community Learning Service have a wide range of classes running in your area, including a NEW venue for daytime classes at Southwick Community Centre, also local libraries and King's Manor Community School (Wednesday Eves). Brochures available from libraries and Southwick Community Centre. For further information contact 0845 6 01 0161

Messengers UK Youth Gospel Choir A community youth gospel choir in Shoreham for 10 – 18 year olds. No auditions necessary – just enthusiasm. Shoreham Baptist Church, Western road, Shoreham. Tuesdays from 7 – 8.30pm. For more info visit www.messengerschoir. org or email info@messengerschoir.org

Southwick Art Club Wednesdays 7.30pm at Southwick Community Centre. Membership fee — £30 p/a. Over 16s. Contact: Clifford Feeney – (01273) 411890

Beach Bateria All ages and abilities welcome to join this community based Samba band. The group meets every Wednesday from 7.30pm – 9.30pm at The Church of the Good Shepherd, Kings Walk, Shoreham Beach. Fees – Adults £3.50 per session / Students £3 / Under 16s £2. For more info contact Jeremy Croucher on (01273) 455513.

St. Mary De Haura Handbell Ringers Small friendly group. New members (over 16s) always welcome. The group meets Wednesdays from 7.30pm at St. Mary De Haura Church, Shoreham. Membership £25. For more info contact Andy Parrott on (01273) 453844. 32 INSIDE 0309.indd 32

Thurs 26th March — Trivia at the Tackle Quiz

COURSES, ClUBS AND WORKSHOPS March 1st, 10th, 15th and 24th: Beginners Mosaic Workshops 4 hours of tuition in a small group. An opportunity to learn various ways to cut and lay tiles then practise what you have learnt by making a mosaic to keep. £35 (includes materials, information sheets, coffee and biscuits). To find out more or reserve a place please telephone Denise on (01273) 463268 or visit www.somosaic.co.uk

Aerobics (incorporating small hand weights) Low / High impact class with upper body workout. Every Monday 6.30-7.30pm at St. Julian's Church Hall, Rectory Rd. Shoreham. £4 per session. Drop in or contact Susan on (01273) 249600 for more details.

Adur Petanque Club (Boules) Tuesdays & Thursdays from 7pm and Sunday mornings from 10.30am at Lancing Manor Park (next to the Impulse Leisure Centre). New members welcome. Come and Try. For further information please call (01903) 776387 or visit www. adurpetanque.co.uk

Streetdance Hiphop fitness class for adults Fridays 7pm – 8pm. The Church of Good Shepherd Hall, Shoreham Beach. Call 07885 205307 or 07896 690085 for more details. £4 per session.

Shoreham Stamp Club Wednesdays 11th & 25th at Milward Court, Wilmot Road, Shoreham-by-Sea. For details please call David Quantrill on (01273) 383547.

Shoreham Horticultural & Allotment Society The Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society holds meetings on the first Friday of each month at St. Peters Church Hall, Shoreham starting at 7.30pm. Monthly speakers talk on various subjects with a break for home made refreshments. Free admission. For further information contact Daphne Thomas on 01273 463638.

Pregnancy Yoga Gentle yoga to help your body adapt to the demands of pregnancy, prepare for birth and meet other mums to be. The classes are on Wednesdays from 4.45-6.15 and 6.30-8 at the Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd., Shoreham by Sea. For more information, please call Rachel on 01273 386121 or email rachel.claridge@ntlworld.com

Aerobics Circuits Class A one hour class of aerobics, circuits and floorworks aimed at all levels of fitness. Upstairs at The Shoreham Centre, Wednesday from 7.15pm. For more information contact Sarah Parker on 07885 205307 or email sarah@sarahparker.co.uk. To advertise call: 01273 452065 20/2/09 12:46:43


What’s on in March Adur Book Club for the over 60s

Small-Fry

Thursdays – Yoga Classes

Children’s Storytime

Meetings are at Shoreham Library on the 1st Thursday of every month from 10am – 11.30. All books are supplied free by West Sussex Library Service. Large print and audio versions available. Cost £2.50 per session. Call Pam Simons on (01273) 441571 for more details. Thursday evenings from 6.15pm-7.15pm in Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Road, Shorehamby-Sea. For more details ring Lucy on 07939 267909 or via lucibailey@hotmail.com

Yoga

Hatha and Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic. Morning and evening classes. For more information call 01273 461155.

Southwick Camera Club

All abilities and ages welcome. The club meets Thursdays from 7.30pm at the Southwick Community Centre and has an interesting schedule of participatory and spectator events. Membership £28. For more information contact Alan Humphries on (01273) 591449.

Southwick & Fishersgate Horticultural Society

The society meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm in the Garden Room, Southwick Community Centre. New members always welcome.

Older Adults T’ai Chi

Babies and Toddlers group held every Wednesday from 9.30am – 12 on the 1st floor of the 3rd Sea Scout Building on Adur Recreation Ground, Shoreham. Admission £2 per family (1st visit free). For more information visit www.small-fry.net or call 07758 653230. Southwick Library: Thursdays 11 – 11.30am. Shoreham Library: Fridays 2.10pm – 2.40pm.

Scamps baby and toddler group

Thursdays 9.30 — 11.30 am. Returns to the Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. £2 per family / childminder. Toys, art activities, singing with actions, etc. All welcome!

Youth Activities & Events

Saturdays 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th March: Childrens' Art Workshops. 10am – 2.30pm or 1.30pm – 3.30pm. Tickets £9. Ages 6 – 11 years. Welcome to RAW experience a programme of exciting activities aimed at tickling the taste bud, tantalizing talent and offering energising experience for children and their families. The RAW experience is made up of a different art activity each Saturday. Pick and mix your choice of workshops, music, creative dance or visual art. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Beach Streetdance Club

HEAlTH AND SUPPORT GROUPS

Every Wednesday @ The Church of the Good Shepherd Hall on Shoreham Beach. 4+ year olds: 3.45pm – 4.45pm. 8+ year olds 4.45pm – 5.45pm. £4 per session (£6 family). For more info please call 07885 205307, email streetdance@ sarahparker.co.uk or just turn up.

Adur Stroke Group

Helen O'Grady Drama Academy

Tuesdays 1.30pm – 2.30pm. £3. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W: www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

Fridays at Marsh House Park Lane Southwick from 2 — 4pm. Any person who has been affected by a stroke (and their carer if necessary) is welcome. Social events are arranged with the occasional trip. Transport is restricted but can possibly be arranged in certain circumstances. Applications can only be accepted from persons living in the Adur area. Further details or enquiries should be made to the Secretary (Stan Ford) on 01273-453760. Tuesdays — 11.30 am — 4pm.

Low cost Acupuncture.

The Corner House, 45 Southwick Street, Southwick, BN42 4TH. Call Pauline Russell 0m (01273) 871575 for further information or email projectcoordinator@thecornerhouse45.org

BABIES AND TODDlERS Kimbalu Music classes

Kimbalu Music classes are for parents/carers and their babies and pre-school children; singing together, playing with instruments & having fun. Classes at 9.30. 10.15. 11.00 — Wednesdays – Shoreham Baptist Church

Fridays – Southwick Christian Community Church

(also Thursdays at Clarendon Centre, New England St, Brighton). For details or to book a place call Lorrie on 01273 464934 or email Kimbalu@ntlworld.com . £4.00 per family — first class free (Running successfully since 1994 — formerly Tots & Tunes)

Baby Massage

Eases colic – promotes restful sleep – improves bonding Wednesdays – 12.30pm. Pre-booking essential. Call (01903) 525934 for details. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W: www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

Classes for children 5-17years. Shoreham Methodist Church Hall — Mondays 4-5pm, 5-6pm and 6-7pm depending on age-group. Contact Rosie Langhorn on 01444 458039 or email: southdowns@helenogrady.co.uk or visit the website www.helenogrady.co.uk for more details.

FIlM Shown at Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. W: www. ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Wednesday 4th March: Shoreham Society presents "Lost Routes Around Sussex”.

Phil Gardner presents extracts from a trilogy of fascinating travel films rediscovering the Wey & Arun Canal and also The Bluebell Railway as it chugs determinedly towards East Grinstead – with Fred Dineage commentating. DVDs on sale. Doors 7pm Film 7.30pm Tickets £4. (Shoreham Society Members & Friends of Ropetackle £2).

Saturday 7TH March: Saturday morning picture club presents “Monsters Inc”

Film starts 11am. Ages 4 to 104. Ticket £3 per child includes a drink and biscuit.

Sunday 22nd March: Manon des Sources (1985)

Sequel to Jean de Florette that brings the Provencale saga to a dramatic conclusion. Doors 7pm. Film 7.30pm. Tickets £5. If any of the details listed here are incorrect or your club or event isn’t included and you would like it to be please email jess@shorehamdirectory.com with details.

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Index

Activities Snooker Club...........................................9 Blinds Simply Blinding.....................................10 Beauty Clinics Pure Bliss.................................................9 Confident Image...................................26 Building Services RSP Building Services...........................10 Roberts Builders...................................26 TC Builders.............................................12 Business Services Sussex Office.........................................26 Dentist Shoreham Smile Studio........................36 Care Services Care Watch............................................11 Cattery The Poynings Cat Boarding Hotel........13 Cat Sitter Cats at Home..........................................5 Carpet Cleaning SafeClean..............................................21 Carpentry PJ Carpentry..........................................11 Child minding Mandys Young-uns...............................11 Chiropractic Clinic Align Chiropractic....................................6 Cleaning Services Cleaner Homes.....................................17 Computer Sales and Repairs Evolution.................................................7 Day Nurseries Deepdene Nursery & Infant School.....22 Dog Grooming Bizzy Lizzie............................................16 Driving Lessons Ian Swyer................................................5 Electrician Ged Asbery...........................................24 D A Dray & Sons ..................................24 34 INSIDE 0309.indd 34

Fitness

Podiatrist/Chiropody

The Body Loft..........................................3

Foot Power............................................21

55 Plus..................................................16

Podia Clinic............................................22

Strictly Fun Dancing..............................16 Enliven...................................................26 Financial Adviser Talk Money............................................20 Flooring Ocean Flooring......................................17 Gardening Any Garden...........................................10 Southcoast Tree Care............................10 Southdowns Tree Care..........................12 Southwick Nursery................. Front Page Glass Shoreham Glass Centre..........................5 Hairdressers

Painter and Decorator Ted and Tone Maintenance....................9 Personal Traiiner Enliven...................................................26 Plasterer Jamieson Plastering Services...............21 Plumber/Heating Specialists John Buckett............................................9 Primary School Deepdene Nursery & Infant School.....22 Public Houses The Stanley Arms..................................29 Restaurant/Takeaway

Girl Talk...................................................7

Rajah Front.......................................Cover

Confident Image...................................26

Samins..............................................13-15

Health & Beauty

Roofing

Feel Good Factor...................................35

L&M Roofing............................................5

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