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APRIL 2012

Shoreham & Southwick

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eeling really good inside? These days it seems almost a distant memory! Shoreham`s newest Health & Beauty Centre Feel Good Factor was opened last month. Owner Yvette Jordan has been working around the local area for the last four years and her loyal following of clients welcome her new venture. Yvette`s proven approach has an extremely effective, new way forward for our Health, Weight, Diet, Inch-Loss, Exercise and Beauty. It stems from her 27 years experience and the fact she is a Lymphoedema Therapist. She said “When I started Outside In Detox four years ago the health benefits that women were experiencing were truly amazing. I needed to know

you reach your target goal and size. Also a centre for beauty, Yvette specializes in anti-ageing treatments because prevention is always a better option than a cure. Beauty treatments are always part of feeling good whether it be an eyebrow shape, eyelash tint or facial. If you are feeling good on the inside you start to take care of the outside appearance. Visit for more information about all our treatments and therapies.

Feel Good Factor is more medically what was completely unique because happening to give all these it concentrates on lymphatic amazing results. On my health and fluid retentive course as a Lymphoedema problems associated with Therapist I learnt obesity weight gain. You can do is one of the causes of private or small exercise Lymphoedema, but this classes and get on the road devastating condition to fitness, reduce, tone and actually happens very, very, Feel Good Factor tighten up targeting specific very slowly. — Your Health areas you need i.e. waist “You can diagnose early How fed up are we to keep warning signs and visibly see and thighs. hearing diet and exercise Just breathing pumps the symptoms happening up to feel healthier! Yes! lymphatics without running. to 5-10 years beforehand, Absolutely you must eat FGF has a full range of and you can actually see a balanced diet — all in therapies addressing the these early stages in many moderation, take exercise issue of being overweight overweight women, walking to keep the blood pumping and health related around. What is very sad, is around your body — vitally problems. All Yvette`s they do not have any idea important! But sometimes Ovens, Agas, Hobs, Grills, Extractors, therapists including what is happening to them. you can feel tired, lethargic, Microwaves and Barbecues Karolina, personal exercise And it`s all down to the unwell, swollen and you just 24-hour service 256747 instructor are aware ofDiscounted the lymphaticCALL system ALEX: becoming07768 don`t know why? You journeys over 15usually miles. importance of lymphatic sluggish and put it down to weight if you Gatwick Airport £42 health in the fight against stagnant and basically being are overweight. If you`re Heathrow Airport £88 weight, fluid retention, ignored, purely because not, it`s time of the month or disease and health theyCALL we don`t understand how it stress,TAXILINK pet problems, are there to help assist works.”

Inside this issue

• Neighbourhood Policing • Offshore Windfarm Proposals • Big Air Open Kitesurfing • Talk Money: Women life premiums to go up • Plus What's on and more… We do the job you hate

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Shoreham & Southwick Editor’s comment Hello and Welcome to the April Edition of the Inside Shoreham and Southwick magazine. First of all, I want to wish everyone a Happy Easter! Happy egg hunting and the fun things we do celebrate this special time of year. In this months issue we have latest news from out support officers which you can read on page 11. As well as that on we have a short play competition with Shoreham Wordfest for budding playwrights to enter.

Of course we cannot forget about our latest historical piece from Judy, this month she writes about the Shoreham Floods. With Spring and the lighter evenings upon us now we have our monthly gardening tips from Mark Oakley. Happy reading and we will see you in May. All the very best for this coming month. Angela

Inside this issue Local News................................................................................................... 4 Lenders Increase Rates............................................................................... 6 Wander Around the Daffodils..................................................................... 8 Neighbourhood Policing........................................................................... 10 Shoreham Floods....................................................................................... 12

Hand delivered to homes and businesses in the Shoreham and Southwick areas reaching out to over 15,000 readers. 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 2012. 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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dur Talking News is a free service provided to the visually impaired. One wonders if the boys from Shoreham Grammar School, who started it in the 1970's, could have guessed that it would still be running nearly 40 years later. Throughout this long history the service has run from a number of different locations but currently is based at the Shoreham Civic Centre. Run entirely by volunteers, some of whom have been contributing their time over many years, the service offers a weekly CD containing 80 minutes of local and national news, articles and short stories, on a wide variety of topics. Each week a team of up to five readers, led by an Editor, gather round a table, don microphones and then take it in turn to read articles of interest. Recording is performed in an adjacent room, using a computer and audio mixing desk. The recording is edited to add music, and remove minor errors and imperfections before being copied on to CD for distribution. The Post Office continues to provide a free delivery service for the Talking News CD. Over the years numbers have varied, but currently about 90 people receive the weekly CD – most are in the Adur area, but there are some from further afield - former residents who still have an interest in and a desire to maintain contact with the area. Although entirely free to recipients, the service relies on donations to fund the provision of CDs and equipment. If you (or anyone you know), would like to receive the weekly CD, or if you'd simply like to know more about the service, or about volunteering for Adur Talking News, please contact us on 01273 245699 (or email: ann.s25@

Short play competition The competition – to write a play with one location, few props and up to four characters, lasting no more than fifteen minutes — is open to residents of Adur and surrounding areas. The prize (for up to four scripts) will be a rehearsed 'script in hand' reading in public, followed by a question and answer session with the audience, as part of SHOREHAM WORDFEST, the new locally-based literary festival. The writer's name and contact details should appear on a cover sheet with the play's title but not on the script itself, as plays will be judged anonymously. Please do not send your only copy, as scripts (hard copies only) cannot be returned. There is no entry fee. The winning entries will be performed one evening in September. The full rules are available by email from info@ or on the 'Events 2012' page of the Shoreham WordFest website and the closing date is Thursday May 31st, 2012. SHOREHAM WORDFEST was first launced last autumn, with four days of events including poetry readings, a writing workshop, prose readings by authors, and a poetry and short story slam at Ropetackle. Two one-act plays by local writers JUDY UPTON and MATTHEW TURNER were also given rehearsed readings by actors from local drama groups before an enthusiastic audience at the Shoreham Centre. This coming September, the festival will again be running, with even more events planned and over a longer period. Visit the festival's website and watch for details over the next few months. 4


\Bees matter – and they need all the help they can get! On Tuesday 3 April go along and make your own bumblebee hotel at this workshop organised by Friends of Shoreham Beach (FoSB). The workshop runs from 10am till 12 noon at Thunkshop Café, Ropetackle Arts Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham. To be followed by a special bar-BEE-q lunch and honey-themed cakes and drinks. For more information call Joy Daintree on 01273 462584 or log on to

Shoreham Fort – Coast Guard Tower demolition Demolition of the former coastguard tower at Shoreham Fort is now underway. The tower has been out of use for several years and is in a very poor state. The top part of the tower was removed two years ago for safety reasons and it has been the intention ever since to demolish the rest of it as and when funding could be secured. Funding has now been secured by the ‘Friends of Shoreham Fort’ from Adur District Council’s ‘Pot of Gold Fund’ and these funds have been matched by Shoreham Port Authority. The works have approval from English Heritage and the contract to pull it down has been let to Edburton Contractors Ltd. The tower will have to be taken down carefully to protect the brickwork of the original ammunition magazine underneath, which is similar in design to the one on the north eastern corner of the fort. Once it has gone, the magazine area can be renovated and a useful space created for the Friends of Shoreham Fort to use as an exhibition area. Shoreham Port and Adur District Council are also considering how the rest of the site could be improved with such measures as better signage and pathways, upgrading of the car park and toilet block and introduction of information boards about the local area (for instance on the history of the film industry on Shoreham Beach, the importance of the port today and on the wildlife that can been seen in the local area). A more ambitious plan in the long term is to recreate the barrack block in its original position to provide new space for community use and may be a café. Neil Parkin, Leader of Adur Council, says: “This is really good news we are delighted to see such a visible use of some of last years Pot of Gold money. The Friends of Shoreham Fort are certainly a good example of Big Society in action. Adur council will continue to support them when it can.” Peter Davies Development Director of Shoreham Port Authority said: “We are delighted to be working with the Friends of Shoreham Fort and Adur Council on continuing to improve the Fort area. Seeing the tower come down is another significant step forward”. To advertise call: 01273 452065

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Life premiums for women set to increase I

f you have life policies and you are unsure if you have the right cover, now is the time for a review. Rates are changing and not for the better.

Why are rates changing? A EU Directive has stated that as of December life companies are no longer allowed to base their premiums on the gender of the applicant. We all know that women live longer, but this will no longer be a factor when the companies calculate your premiums. As ladies live longer, their life cover premiums are currently lower as the risk of them dying during the policy term is less. As of December this year, this will no longer be the case. Industry experts have speculated that life premiums could go up by as much as 50% for women. * Life companies are currently reviewing their underwriting; the way they assess the risk of the people they are insuring. So far, it is unclear how this will affect things, but it is very likely that rates for women will increase; this won’t necessarily balance with a decrease of rates for men. This is why ladies with life cover or people with joint policies should review their plans now.

Not only life cover The EU Directive has far reaching effects. Not only life premiums will be affected, but critical illness (CI) premiums. Normally CI cover for men is cheaper than for a woman of the same age. Unlike life cover, men are less likely to claim for a critical illness. Gender will also be taken out of this calculation. The effect is currently unclear, the life companies say they are working on it.

What to do Most of us have gathered various policies, pensions and savings plans during our lives. If there is any time to make a review, now is the time. Often finances are put on the back burner in our busy lives, this is understandable. To make the process as quick and easy as possible, why not dig out your policies and give me a ring. I can obtain the information direct from your providers and assess your financial situation for you. For a free initial consultation please call me Claire Cook on 01273 224667, I would be very happy to assist. *Source ABI research paper, ‘The use of gender in insurance pricing’, 2010. Buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the Finanicial Services Authority. Talk Money is a trading style of Best Practice IFA Group Ltd, which is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority. If you prefer to pay a fee for advice this option is available, the exact amount of the fee will depend on circumstances but we estimate it will be 0.5% of the loan amount. Where a rate is quoted the rate will depend on individual circumstances and not all borrowers will qualify for acceptance of the loan (or similar).Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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…but it is very likely that rates for women will increase… Pension Income When you retire, if you require a guaranteed pension income, you could purchase an annuity. The life company will calculate your life expectancy and work out how much guaranteed income they will give you in return for your lump sum. They base this on your age, gender and health. Conversely to life cover, at the moment men are the winners when buying an annuity. This is because they are not likely to live as long. The positive is that they will get more income as it is likely to be paid out for less time. As of next year, this will all change. As above, the gender of the applicant will no longer be taken into account. Does this mean an increase in annuity income for women, and a decrease for men? 6

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s we enter early spring, after the mild dry winter, there is really only one aspect of the weather that seems to dominate the garden, and that is rain, or rather the lack of it. With that in mind and the looming hosepipe ban from April 5th I thought it would be wise to dedicate this article to some water saving tips in the garden. The first thing to do is not to panic, there has been lots written on the news and in the papers, which is quite frankly wide of the mark in accuracy with regards exactly what and who the ban applies to. If you are in any doubt contact Southern Water or look on their website to see how it will apply to you. In certain cases there are exemptions, particularly for the elderly and the disabled, but always check first. One of the best ways to prepare is to make sure you have some water butts and that they are properly connected to the rainwater pipes and that there are no leaks. It’s always better to connect to a pipe off of the main house roof as they will fill much quicker than from a small shed roof. They are inexpensive and easy to fit, so it’s a good investment. When you do water, try to do it in the evening or early morning, when the effects of evaporation will be reduced and the water will go further. Ensure you only water the plants that need it. Many well established shrubs will be quite happy with minimal watering through the summer. If you can’t face the thought 8

of lots of watering with a can, then look at what you will be planting. There’s no point planting lots of thirsty bedding plants or hanging baskets if you can’t face watering them all by hand. It may be a miss for a year, but the ban will pass! Lawns are great surviviours. They can go without water for a very long time and will recover remarkably quickly after the first downpour. It really isn’t worth risking a fine to keep watering them with a sprinkler or hose. Make sure the grass isn’t cut too low. This will help it to retain moisture and also strengthen the root system, so it can bounce back quicker. The grass cuttings are a great way of helping retain moisture around plants. Simply spread the grass cuttings as mulch. In fact any mulch such as bark chippings or decorative aggregates will help to keep moisture in. Try to avoid planting up too many pots as they will need constant watering, and place them in shadier positions to help stop them drying out. Another good source of water is often called grey water. This is water from baths or sinks. This can be used on many plants as a source of water, but best to avoid vegetables. I normally avoid water from the washing up sink, since it contains all sorts of fats and is high in salt from the washing up liquid. This really is a wonderful time of year and with a little planning and thought there is no reason why the water restrictions should ruin the garden for you this year. Just remember summer won’t

be far off and we normally get rain at some point! Have a wander around the daffodils. Mark Oakley, Any Garden Limited

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Neighbourhood Policing Adur Police now using Twitter In addition to our Community Messaging System, Police at Shoreham and Lancing are now using Twitter as another way to update the local community with details of crimes, arrests and updates. These updates can be viewed by anyone with an internet connection and a lot of mobile devices now have Twitter applications where you can access this 'on the move'. New users can access this at Existing users of Twitter can find us @AdurPolice

Garden Security – nip garden crime in the bud

Prime time for garden thieves, many gardeners will be enjoying pruning and planting. But this is also prime time for opportunist thieves. Here are a few tips on helping to prevent the theft of your property; *Add loose trellises to fences or walls around your back garden, these are too unstable to climb over and can provide excellent terrain for climbing plants such as fast growing vines and honeysuckle • Use gravel for paths as the idea of creating noise will deter the opportunist thief • Prune low tree branches to avoid providing cover or potential access to the house • Position security lighting at vulnerable exits or somewhere that will cast obvious shadows • Give garden gates three bolts - top, middle and bottom, and padlock the middle one to prevent burglars exploiting a weakness • Never leave tools out as they can be used to break in • Sheds and garages are popular targets - ensure security

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with at least one heavy duty hasp and closed-shackle padlock Mark your gardening equipment and valuables with your postcode and house number. In most cases engraving will be most suitable Anchor expensive garden furniture to the ground - lock your hanging baskets Chain together lawnmowers, bikes and other large/heavy items to help prevent them from being stolen. Does your insurance cover the shed and garage and all the equipment you store there? If the garage is linked to your house, is the connecting door as well protected as the main door? If not, upgrade the door security now!

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fter looking at the effects of March winds on the local area last month, this month it is the turn of showers, (though not just those occurring in April), and the effects of rainstorms and high tides upon Shoreham. Since the earliest times, because of its position where a river meets the sea, Shoreham has been at risk from flooding. The earliest known report of floods causing a problem at Shoreham is from 1348 when records show a Carmelite Priory to have been in danger of being washed away by the sea. The priory is believed to have been built close to the coast, to the east of the town. There were originally houses closer to the sea than the priory itself, but as the encroachment by the tide continued, it claimed these dwellings, then moved ever closer to the priory itself. A now lost settlement called Pende, known for its shipbuilding, once stood next to Shoreham on the Lancing side. In 1359 its sea walls were commissioned to be repaired. Whether this barrier had been damaged by the action of the sea, or during an attack by the French navy is not recorded. The next serious episode of flooding at Shoreham was in 1404. Around this time the settlement of Pende disappeared from records, so it is possible that the sea wall failed to protect it. There was further severe sea flooding at Shoreham in 1421, though the town continued to grow through this period. The friars at the Carmelite Priory were however finally forced to abandon Shoreham in 1493, as the frequent battering by the sea had made the priory a perilous place to occupy. The friars retreated inland to Sele near Bramber. Shoreham High Street was not in these early times protected by the spit of land that now forms Shoreham Beach. In 1586, there is record of a disastrous flood, which caused the much of New Shoreham to be ruined or submerged under water. The sea now reached the shallow cliff upon which New Road is built. These floods, and the loss of nearly half of the town, damaged the prosperity of New Shoreham severely. This and the outbreak of Black Death in the area meant the population fell dramatically over the next few years. It is believed that the nave of St Mary’s Church fell down in this era, and was possibly


not repaired because Shoreham now did not contain enough workmen to do the job, and also because with the fall in population the church no longer had a large congregation. The flooding of Shoreham was gradually remedied by the actions of the sea itself as long-shore drift altered the position of the harbour and gradually built what is now Shoreham Beach, forming a buffer zone between the sea and the town. In November 1703, Shoreham again suffered a severe battering from the elements when a great storm blew in from the English Channel. It was the worst natural disaster ever recorded in southern England — a 120mph hurricane. Starting on the 24th November, it did not die down until the 2nd December. Along the English Channel coast over 8000 people were killed and Daniel Defoe wrote his first book, ‘The Storm’ in response. "No pen could describe it, nor tongue express it, nor thought conceive it unless by one in the extremity of it," he recalled, adding, “The Market House at Shoreham was blown flat to the ground and the whole town shattered." It was many years before Shoreham fully recovered from this mighty storm. Just over a century later in 1807 another hurricane wrecked a number of ships off of Shoreham’s coast. Then in 1820, a thunderstorm with large hailstones was rather bizarrely responsible for the deaths of thousands of songbirds in the area when their roosts were struck by lightning. In later centuries although the sea has now been less of a flood risk to Shoreham, the river Adur has, after heavy rain, still caused some notable floods. In 1911, the Adur flooded much of Bramber and Steyning, and more recently on the 2nd February 1983, people living close to the river at Shoreham were woken by the emergency services warning them it was about to burst its banks. Several business premises including two pubs had to have the water pumped from their premises. The risk of flooding from the Adur remains a risk to many parts of Shoreham today, with a telephone warning system in place to warn residents if water levels start to rise. Judy Upton

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he location for the proposed windfarm is located about 8 miles off the Sussex coast, stretching from Worthing to Newhaven and covers a site area of 167km2. The proposal is for either 195 small turbines or 100 large turbines. Together with the offshore wind turbines, associated offshore cables and two offshore substations, they are looking to install an underground onshore cable route from the coast and build a new substation near existing Bolney Substation in Mid Sussex. When fully operational, the proposed windfarm would have a generating capacity of up to 700MW of electricity which they estimate could generate enough electricity for the domestic needs of around 450,000 homes. These wind turbines will have significant impact on the views off the coast and could possibly badly effect tourism. Per the Brighton & Hove councils website “The economic contribution of tourism to the local economy was measured at £732 million in 2010, generated by around eight million visitors per annum, 6.5 million of these being day visitors. Approximately 13,626 jobs are supported by the sector (full-time equivalent).” Together with the offshore wind turbines, associated offshore cables and two offshore substations, they are looking to install an underground onshore cable route from the coast and build a new substation near existing Bolney Substation in Mid Sussex.


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Community consultation questionnaire Community consultation on the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm launches on Monday 13 February and runs for a period of 12 weeks. It is important for the development that you have your say and submit your feedback and comments to us before the end date of Sunday 6 May 2012. For more information please see the Eon website: Any objections or comments can be made by visiting: contactforms/2684. Forms can be found from your local council offices, library or mobile library. You can also let your local MP know of any concerns you may have. To advertise call: 01273 452065


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compete for The Big Air Open Title. We have all worked hard on making this one of the best Kitesurfing competitions of the year!” Cabinet member for regeneration Bryan Turner says: “We are delighted to have been instrumental in bringing this fantastic event to Worthing – a first for Worthing no less! We have made a considerable investment in the event and are looking forward to welcoming all the kite surfers to our lovely beach.” Partners involved with The Big Air Open include Worthing Borough Council, Visit Worthing, Breathe Unity PR, Windmachine, Lewis Crathern, Hybred Productions, United Magic Film Studios, Tangerine Bar, Breathe Unity Network and The Burlington Hotel. Further partners and sponsors will be announced shortly. The Big Air Open takes place from 9am to 6pm on Saturday 14th July on Worthing seafront. Plenty of prizes from the kitesurfing industry will be on offer and the winner will take home a cash prize and the title of Big Air Open Champion 2012. Lewis Crathern has confirmed that he will not be taking part but will be judging and commentating on the day. Spectators, kitesurf enthusiasts and anyone who wants to get in the spirit of the Olympic Torch Relay Weekend is invited to come down to the beach, watch and cheer on the guys and girls on the water. The prize giving and after party will take place from 8pm to late at Tangerine Bar on Worthing’s seafront. If you wish to register visit: shops/the-big-air-open-2012.


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he Big Air Open has been confirmed to take place on Saturday 14th July 2012 in Worthing, West Sussex. Part of the Olympic Torch Relay Weekend, Worthing is proud to welcome a new sporting event into the town which is set to become a classic Kitesurfing event well beyond the Olympic year. The event is based on a ‘how high can you jump format’ with points being awarded for the maximum height reached. If wind conditions on the day do not allow for a big air format to be run alternative arrangements will be made. Entry to the event is limited to a total of 36 places, 12 of which are local wildcards. Local wildcards will be selected by The Big Air Open Committee and announced at a later date. The event is open to male and female competitors, and the format is based on a total of 28 heats, each of them lasting 8 minutes. There will be 3 riders on the water in each heat, with the 1st and 2nd place finishers advancing to the next round. The overall Champion and winner of The Big Air Open 2012 will be determined by a final heat of 3 riders. The entry fee for competitors is £30, with only 36 places available to compete. Registration will be open from 14 March 2012 and the minimum age for competitors is 18. Lewis Crathern, Worthing resident known internationally for his big air skills and Pier Jumping, is actively involved in the event and commented: “I am extremely excited about The Big Air Open, especially as it takes place in my home town of Worthing. This will be an amazing format for Kitesurfers of all levels to take on the wind and waves, show off their skills and

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ast month saw the opening of the new podiatry/chiropody clinic, First Foot Clinic at 84 High Street, ShorehamBy-Sea. Podiatrist, Karen Burrett qualified from the University of Brighton having gained a BSc (Hons) in Podiatry. She has worked locally here in West Sussex until pursuing her dream of opening up a clinic of her own. Karen says; “Being able to help people maintain their foot health is only the start of solving the problem, looking at people and not just their feet is crucial to individual patient care. Here at First Foot Clinic we have the added privilege to be able to treat local people within the heart of their community”. First Foot


Clinic is a family run business with Karen’s husband, Martin, managing the day to day running of the clinic; his aim is to provide a warm, friendly and professional clinical experience for patients. The First Foot Clinic offers a wide range of podiatry/chiropody services: Nail cutting; Corns and callus; Heel pain (including ultrasound therapy); Verrucae (including cryotherapy); Athletes foot; Fungal nails; Ingrown toe nail surgery; Diabetic foot assessments; Biomechanical assessment; Orthotic therapy; Referrals to GP; Footcare products For further information about First Foot Clinic Ltd and the services we provide, please visit our website at or call us on 01273 455080. • Did you know that approximately 80% of people will at some point develop a foot problem in their life time? • Did you know there is no difference between a podiatrist and chiropodist? ‘Podiatry’ is simply the international term for ‘Chiropody’. • Did you know sitting with your feet up for 10 minutes after a long day helps circulation? To book an appointment with Karen or for any enquiries you may have, please contact the clinic on 01273 455080. To advertise call: 01273 452065

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here’s a new business in Shoreham designed to make the very most of the bridleways and byways crisscrossing the nearby South Downs for mountain biking – and it’s ready and waiting for anyone from the Shoreham area and beyond with an interest in mountain biking to share the experience. Called ZigZag Cycling the newly launched business is offering a range of off-road cycling experiences – from friendly tuition in basic mountain bike skills for beginners to get going and feel confident on the bike; through to lots of regular guided rides for those looking to build up fitness and explore interesting varied routes; to weekend breaks and other special active trips along the South Downs and beyond.


ZigZag Cycling has been formed by two friends who share a passion for active lifestyles and particularly for escaping to the hills on their mountain bikes. Mike Porteous, who lives in Shoreham and Nick Finch, from Billingshurst, first met at Horsham Amphibians Triathlon club and found they had very similar ideas for creating a new business around mountain biking on the Downs – and coincidentally had also qualified as instructors through the same Mountain Bike Instructors Award Scheme. “Right from the start we wanted to create a mix of fun and rewarding experiences, bringing the best of the Downs and of off-road cycling to people who might not know the area or all the great routes to be enjoyed” says Mike.

“We’re unlikely to appeal to the real hard core mountain bikers who already know the Downs. But we know there are many other people who would love to learn the basics and get more confident, or maybe who would like to get out more regularly on new routes and enjoy friendly company. And we know people from outside the area would love the mix of great rides with touches of comfort that we can offer.” Nick says “Having both been on training camps we understand how important it is to know someone has taken care of all the necessary details so you don’t have to worry about what route to take, where to stay or stop and eat or what to do if you need help. We’ve added in lots of the things that we like on a ride To advertise call: 01273 452065

Mike and Tom in Morocco

too – like a chance to chat at the end over a warm drink and cake or other food or getting the bike hosed down before heading home. And for our weekend special trips we’ve partnered with a lovely nearby four star hotel to combine real comfort with great rides.” According to their website – – the emphasis is all on giving safe, enjoyable and rewarding experiences. “We want to create just the right degree of challenge – not exhaust or scare the living daylights out of riders or other people along the way! All our rides are graded so people can choose what is likely to be of interest to them” explains Mike. Most of the regular rides start and finish from Shoreham and last between two and a half hours up to five hours on carefully selected and assessed routes. There are also night rides from Amberley and Arundel, going into Houghton Forest with the very latest top of the range lights available to hire. When there’s a full moon the night rides will be from Shoreham on the open Downs (ideal for werewolves). Nick and Mike plan to expand the range of rides to include ones starting from the Brighton area and elsewhere. They are joined by Mike’s son, Tom, also a keen mountain biker and qualified instructor – the two of them in the picture cycling in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. They are also supported by Washington based Nigel Burnett, a highly experienced event organiser and qualified sports massage therapist – adding the option of massage for the leg weary on ZigZag’s weekend and other special trips and tours. Apart from exploring and plotting out a mix of interesting routes, a lot of work has gone into developing their very customer friendly website: www.zigzagcycling. com. This has lots of information about each different ride, Frequently Asked Questions for those new to mountain biking and a secure system for booking a place. So if you are looking for a way to escape to the hills and support a new Shoreham based business, go to and book a ride or an introductory session. Mike and Nick look forward to meeting you! Please mention Inside Shoreham & Southwick when responding to adverts



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Quirky Quiz at The Crown and Anchor, High Street, Shoreham. Every Tuesday night. Starts 8pm.

Fun times to be had every Tuesday evening with compare Mark Stack. The Quiz for Fun People-not wannabe Einstein's. Reserve a table recommended by calling 01273 463500. £1 per person plus £1 per table.

The Southwick Sequence Dance Club

Meets every Wednesday evening (7.30 – 9.30) at the St Johnambulance HQ in The Twitten Southwick. The club started on 17th April 1947 so it will be celebrating 65 years this year. The club is looking for past members who would like to come along on Wednesday 18th April 2012. Wendy Cosh, one of the club leaders, has been looking through the archives and is planning to dance a different dance for each decade from the past 65 years. Admission will be £3.00 to include refreshments. Why not come along and meet new friends, keep fit and have some fun. Easy to follow dances. FURTHER INFORMATION about the club and the celebrations please contact WENDY COSH on Brighton (01273) 594049.

Painting Demonstration

Adur Art Club would like to invite everyone to a demonstration of line and wash painting by well known artist Brett Hudson. This will be held in room 3 (downstairs) at the Shoreham Centre Pond Road, on Tuesday 17th April from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. .Brett doesamusing detailed paintings in a cartoon style, and it promises to be an entertaining evening. Admission charges are £4 for visitors and £3 for Adur Art Club members.

Southwick Community Association

The Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association are holding a Social Afternoon on Wednesday March 28 at Southwick Community Centre at 2.30pm in the Garden Room. Our speaker will be Trevor Povey on - Nuns, Nurses & Naughty Boys, good fun. Raffle Entrance Members £2.00 non members £2.50 including tea and biscuits. Everyone Welcome.

Card Workshops at Southwick Methodist Church Southwick Street:

Classes are limited so booking is required. The cost is £13.00 for 3 hours. Refreshments, Materials, and worksheets are provided. Along with a lovely group of people.Meet new friends and create some lovely work. June 9th to be decided by group, September 8th Christmas Card workshop, December 8th Christmas gifts and cards. Contact Andrea on 01273 884185 or Mob 07949876117.

Adur Healthy Walkers

This is a group which encourages non walkers to get fit and healthy. Walks range from gentle strolls to more challenging ones in the local area. Led by trained leaders and are free! Details found in local libraries,community centres,GP's surgeries and leisure centres.

Church Lane Nursery

Church Lane Nursery - OFSTED inspected offering morning, afternoon, all day sessions and lunch clubs - term time only please call 0771 2701720 or 07403 181186.

Rainbow Poetry Group

Poetry for pleasure. Meets first Monday of the month. 8pm at Ferry Inn, East St, Shoreham.. For info please contact 01273 452005.

Southlanders Community Group

Open on a Monday and Friday morning for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. More information at or by phoning 07919651212.

Southwick Community Centre

Indoor Friday Table-Top Sale Every week at Southwick Community Centre.9.00a.m. - 1.00p.m.Cafe Open 10am-2pm A Variety of Stalls.

Southwick & Shoreham Country Market

The market due on Good Friday, 6th April, will be held on Thursday 5th April 2012. The market is held in the Porter Room at the Southwick Community Centre in Southwick Street. There will be the usual homemade cakes, savouries, jams as well as honey and free range eggs. In addition there is a large selection of handmade knitted toys and children’s clothing.

What’s on in April Adur Petanque Club

The club meets on Sundays, Monday afternoons, Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Lancing Leisure Centre.

Southwick Community Association

The Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association are holding a Social Afternoon in the Garden Room at Southwick Community Centre 24 Southwick Street, Southwick on Wednesday 25 April starting at 2.30pm Our speaker will be Peter Hill - "From Peggy's Cove to Niagara Falls" passport country, great fun do come and join us. Raffle Members £2.00 Non Members £2.50 including tea and biscuits. Everyone Welcome. . Call 01273461955 for further information.

Lancing District NSPCC Committee

Saturday 15 October: Charity Sale at the Tabernacle Hall, North Road, Lancing (Near to the Co-op Store) from 10 a.m. – 12 noon. Admission is free and we are serving tea and coffee and homemade cake. We will have all manner of items and quality goods for sale.


The Worthing And Shoreham Psychic Information Group now meets on alternate Thursday evenings. Perfect for anyone with psychic or spiritual leanings. For more information please contact Jeremy or Pam on 01903 209938.

Shoreham Stamp Club

Regular monthly meetings in Shoreham 7.30pm, second Wednesday each Month - guest speakers and exhibitions of postage stamps and associated material. New Members always welcome. Further information please contact Mike Slamo Tel 01273 732956

Adult Dance Classes


Tea Dances with Tuition every Monday afternoon at St. Johnambulance Hall,The Twitten, Southwick. 1.30pm to 4.00pm. £3.00 each including refreshments. Absolute beginners welcome. Private Tuition available. For information ring Mike or Audrey on 01273 592194 or visit our website

Ballroom and Latin Classes

Mondays : Beginners 7pm - 8pm. Admission £4 per class. Improvers and Intermediate : 8pm - 9.30pm Admission £5 per class. Private lessons and coaching for medallist examinations are also available by appointment. All Classes held at the Southwick Methodist Church Hall. Call (01273) 887611 or Mob: 07521 800294 for details

Salsa classes

Salsa classes at The Ropetackle every Monday night. Classes for firsttimers, beginners, improvers and intermediates. Lessons 8:30- 10pm except public holidays.Admission: £6 Classes with: Aaron George M | Amber Davis | Sam Tebbs | Yanel Eugenio.

A Chance to Dance

Fridays 7-30pm -10pm (except first Friday in month). Ballroom, Latin and some Sequence. £3 includes Tea & Biscuits. Southwick Methodist Church Hall. For more info: ring Ralph. (01273) 595165.

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CLASSES open to all in Worthing, Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Bognor Regis and beyond. For More info: / 07900 681355 WWW.T21DANCE.COM

Zumba Classes

New Zumba classes started at St. Giles Church Hall, Shoreham by Sea (near Buckingham Park). Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday mornings, 9.30 - 10.30am, and 10.45 - 11.45am. Thursdays, 7.45 - 8.45pm. First class is FREE! Following classes only £3!! Loyalty cards available. Please call your licensed Zumba Instructor, Nadia on 07581149872 to book your place, or email


Latin inspired cardio dance fitness classes.Tuesdays 8.15-9pm £4 Thursdays 6.30-7.30pm £5 Loyalty cards available The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road Contact: 07885 205307

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Lazy River Square Dance Club Monday evenings 8pm – 10pm. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W:

Modern Jive Learn Modern Jive, Wednesdays from 8pm – 11pm at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham. Contact Ian and Diana on 01273 453733 for more details or visit

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

Smoldering, Sensual, Soulful Argentine Tango At the Shoreham Centre on Tuesday evenings. Beginners and Improvers courses start every 4 weeks. All Ages welcome. Advance bookings only £28. email For information contact Robin and Delia 01273 464311. and

Southwick Sequence Dance Club Every Wednesday at St. Johnambulance Hall, The Twitten, Southwick. 7.30 to 9.30pm - £3.00 each (First Night FREE). Information call Phil on 01273 592287.

Strictly Dancing with Lisa Offering fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles (not partner dancing). Learn one style per session on Mon 6.15-7.15pm and Thurs 1.45-2.45pm at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd. Or improve your fitness with lots of styles per session at the Dance Fit class on Wed 8-9pm at St Nicolas & St Mary School, Eastern Ave. For more info contact Lisa on 07939 248871 /

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.

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 Dr. M J Heath 19 Tanners Brook Lewes BN7 IRU 01273 478069 m.j.heath@

Sussex Highland Dancers – Southwick & Shoreham Branch 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.

Music, Arts and Creative Writing Beach Bateria All ages and abilities are welcome to join community Samba Band. No experience necessary, instruments provided. Every Wednesday from 7.45pm to 9.30pm at the Hall at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Kings Walk, Shoreham Beach, BN43 5LF. Adults £4 per session, Students/ concessions £3, under 16s £2; first session free. Just turn up or contact Danny Dryer 07779 858310

What’s on in April Music Workshops

For a variety of music workshops ranging from Junior Rock School through to songwriting, DJ-ing and music technology call Sussex Academy of Music (SAM) on 0800 756 9411 or visit their website at www.

Southwick Art Club

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

Shoreham Oratorio Choir

Rehearsals Thursday evenings 7.45 – 9.30pm in The Methodist Church, Brunswick Road, Shoreham by Sea. For more details call Maggie Kent 01273 465495 or visit

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 Joy Gibbs 01903 245660

Courses, Clubs and Workshops Adur Art Club

We meet on Tuesdays at 7pm to 9pm and Thursdays 2pm to 4pm in room 8 (upstairs) at the Shoreham Centre Pond Road. We are a very friendly club, and although we do not have tuition as such, we have some very talented members who are always willing to help beginners. Annual subscription is £40, which entitles members to attend both weekly meetings, and also includes tea or coffee and biscuits.An additional charge is made when we have demonstrations by proffessional artists. Anyone interested in joining is welcome to visit, and see us all at work. More information on our website

Arts and Crafts, ICT, Health & Well-being, Languages, Maths, English & ESOL (English for Speakers of other Languages)

West Sussex Adult & Community Learning Service runs a wide range of courses in the local area. Please contact 01273 598811 or pick up a brochure from your local library.

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. Brochures available from libraries and Southwick Community Centre. For further info call 0845 601 0161


Learn to write beautifully with Calligraphy. Friendly Saturday workshops and weekly classes on Wednesday afternoons at Sompting Community Centre, Thursdays at Southwick Community Centres and Monday evenings at Steyning Grammar School. Please contact Nancy at 01273 453387 or email: for more information.


Adur East Lions club

Meets 4th Tuesday of the month (except December) at the Royal George Public House, Holmbush Roundabout, Shoreham. 7.30pm. All welcome. Contact:

Adur Valley Bridge Clubs- Shoreham

Workshops at Shoreham Library. The group will go in an exhibition for the Adur Festival. Group meets alternative Friday mornings 10am to 11.30am at the Shoreham Library. For more info call Jennifer on 01273 454867

EBU Affiliated Duplicate Bridge Club. Very friendly. Visitors welcome. No partner required. The Hall of the Church of The Good Shepherd, Shoreham Beach. Tuesday afternoons at 1.30pm. For more information contact Bob & Kathy Whiting on (01403) 711707, Email:,

Messengers UK Youth Gospel Choir

ADUR Book Club for the over 60’s

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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. or email

Meetings are at Shoreham Library on the 1st Thursday of every month from 10:30-11:00am. All books supplied free by West Sussex Library Service. Large print and audio versions available. For more info call Brenda Slater on 01444 235549 or email

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A Bead Group Meet Monday and the second Thursday of every month from 10am-4pm. Participants must bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee is provided. Prices are £2.50 for half a day and £5.00 for the whole day. Location: Anita's beads, 4 Broadreach, Ropetackle, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5EY.Tel: 01273 454672 Website:

Indoor Bowling Adur Indoor Bowling Club welcomes new members, men and women of all ages and abilities. It is a fun and friendly club. Free introduction and coaching sessions. Open from 9am to 10pm, 7 days a week from September to April, and often in the summer. Location: Old Barn Way, Southwick BN42 4NT ( next to the Leisure Centre). Easy free parking. Call in or phone 01273-870670 (ask for the Green Steward).

Bridge (Duplicate - EBU licensed) on Wednesdays 1.30 p.m. - 4.45 p.m. at Adur Indoor Bowling Club, Old Barn Way, Southwick. Lunch and refreshments available together with a free car park. Jill or Dave 01273 566101.


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. £2.00 admission charge for non-members. For further information contact Daphne Thomas on 01273 463638.

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. For more information please contact Julie on (01273) 596707 or email

The Southern Counties Orchid Society

Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month in the De Brock Suite at Lancing Leisure Centre. 7.30pm start. Monthly speakers give talks on various aspects of orchid culture or associated interests such as travel which could include many aspects of natural history. Membership at present is £7 per person per annum. Please contact the Secretary on 01903 241433 for more information.

Sussex Quilters

A friendly social group in the Brighton & Hove area for the 40s to early 60s age group. Join us for: meals out, theatre, cinema, parties, barbecues, live music, badminton, tennis, talks, walks, day trips, pub quizzes and much, much more. For more details please ring: Pat 0844 5855 668 or our website:

We are organizing a Patchwork & Quilters Exhibition on FRIDAY, 8 JUNE (10am - 4pm) and SATURDAY, 9 JUNE (10am - 2pm) at SOUTHWICK COMMUNITY CENTRE - admission free. It’s going to be really exciting with an exhibition of bed quilts, wall hangings, cushions and lots of other small items made by the members.' . For further information please contact: Anne Moncrieff (01273) 328215

The Senior Monday Club

Wick Theatre Company

meet every Monday between 10 – 12.30 in the Garden Room at Southwick Community Centre for the over 50’s We have a gentle exercise class, board games, speakers and refreshments friendly atmosphere everyone welcome. For more info please contact Peter Hornsby 01903 854996.

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.

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

Shoreham Rubber Bridge Club. Meets at the Shoreham Community Centre, Thursdays, 2.00 to 4.30 p.m. Welcomes new members. Contact: 01273-455597

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 Art Club Meets Wednesdays 7.30pm to 9.30pm in the at Southwick Community Centre. New members(over16's) always welcome. Come along and enjoy painting and drawing in an informal and friendly atmosphere. No qualifications required only a love of art. For more information contact Clifford Feeney 01273 411890.

Southwick Lace Class Meets every Tuesday at Southwick Community Centre,from 9.45 to 11.45am. Beginners and experienced lacemakers all welcome to join our friendly group. Please contact the tutor, Rosemary Brown, on 01273 591346 for further details.

Steyning Camera Club The Steyning Camera Club meets at The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Steyning, BN44 3XZ, mainly alternate Wednesdays from September to May in the Saxon Room at 7:30. Photographers of all abilities are welcome to join. For more information go to

Shoreham Stitch & Bitch Knitting Group Meet every Monday at Beach House, East Street from 7:30pm to 9:30pm. All abilities from newbies to experienced welcome. For more information email Linda at:

Retired looking for new or old interests to share with others? Shoreham and Southwick U3A offers an extensive range of educational, creative and leisure activities for older people. It’s a flourishing and friendly organization and new members are welcome. Contact 01273 455701 for more information.

Worthing Speakers Club – Public Speaking Made Fun.

Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month at The Charles Dickens Pub, 56 Heene Road, Worthing, BN11 3RG. Arrive for: 715pm, Start: 7:30pm, Finish 9:30pm. Everyone very welcome. For more information please contact Meg Heyworth on 07940838422, meg@ or visit

Sports and Leisure Aerobics

Aerobics low/high impact with upper body workout. Every Wednesday 6.45-7.45pm at the Southwick Christian Community Church, Roman Crescent, Southwick. £4 per session. Drop in or contact Susan on (01273)249600 for more details.

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. £4.50 per session. Drop in or contact Susan on (01273) 249600 for more details.

Boxercise Sessions

Every Tuesday 6pm-7pm, Holmbush Primary School, Shoreham. Boxercise is a great workout that is sure to get you fit in good shape. Contact Dave for further details on 07798573954 or

Personal Training

1-2-1 fitness training to help you achieve your goals whether it be weight loss, tone up, sport specific or injury rehabilitation. Held in a place of your choice or in my private studio in Shoreham. Contact Dave for further details on 07798573954 or Every Tuesday 11.15am12.30pm. Location: The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5WU. General level-beginners. Drop ins £7 (subject to space) Special offer of ten week course for £50 when you mention this listing. Please contact Rebecca on 07908732033

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FUNdamentals with Sports Xtra new to Shoreham!

From walking to 4 years, mother and toddler sessions, term time only. Designed and developed by British Gymnastics in conjuncture with early years specialists, this structured activity programme will give a positive effect to children’s future development, providing a solid foundation for any future pathway and lead to positive enjoyment of all physical activity in their later years, making them healthier, happier children and adults. All this whilst having lots of fun! First taster session free! Sessions also at Lancing and Worthing on different days. To book call Caroline on 01273 676300

Legs Bums and Tums.

Tuesday evenings 7-8pm in the main hall The Shoreham centre. £4 per session with an aerobic warm up and exercises aimed at toning legs, bums and tums! For more info call 07885 205307

55+ Exercise to music

Routines to Sinatra, Motown etc - to loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Every Tuesday 2.00 -2.45pm & Thursday 10.30 – 11.15am at the Oasis Christian Fellowship, Hangleton Way, Hove. For more details please call Susan on (01273) 249600. 3.50 per session.


Mixed ability drop-in Pilates classes at the Shoreham Centre on Tuesdays 9.30am. For more details ring Jenny on 01273 454041.

Hatha Yoga

Tuesday 11.15am-12.30pm The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. General Level - beginners welcome.6 week courses - £40. Please contact Rebecca to find out the next available start. info@ 07908732033

Pregnancy Yoga

Gentle yoga to help your body adapt to the changes of pregnancy, prepare for birth and meet other mums-to-be. Classes are Wed 4.456.15 and 6.30-8pm at the Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd., Shoreham. Call Rachel on 01273 386121, email rachel. and for more infor or see

Yoga in Shoreham

Saturdays at The Shoreham Centre on Pond Rd. 9.30-11am hatha yoga and 11.30am-1245pm pregnancy yoga. For more details or to book a class, please visit or get in touch directly at or call me on 07515917169. Look forward to teaching you soon x

Yoga Classes

Thursday evenings from 6.15pm-7.15pm in Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Road, Shoreham-by-Sea. For more details ring Lucy on 07939 267909 or via


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

Yoga & Movement Therapy

A Journey to freedom for Body & soul. Mondays: Gentle pace, Beginners, Seniors; 11.30 – 12.40 Progression, stronger postures. Venue: Ropetackle Centre Shoreham. Anandi D.i.p B.W.Y & Holistic Therapy Enquiries 01273 411658

Yoga in Motion

A fusion of yoga and Margaret Morris contemporary dance movement to music. Beginners welcome. 1st class free. 9.30 to 11.00am every Wednesday. Adur Indoor Bowls Club next door to Impulse & Southwick foorball club. Tel Faye 01903 812481.

Beginners Tai Chi Chuan

Thursdays, 8:00pm - 9:30pm. £6.00 Church of The Good Shepherd Hall, Shoreham Beach. Classes in Chen Sytle Tai Chi Chuan & Qigong Please call Derek on 07540 829295 or email ShenmenTaiChi@hotmail. for details

Tai Chi Beginners Class

Thursday eve 8-9 at Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Road, Shoreham. Contact Andrew Westgate on 07860 646269.

Older Adults T’ai Chi

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

What’s on in April Health and Support Groups Adur Stroke Club

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. 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

Cardiac Rehab Support

Exercise classes supervised by qualified instructors every Wednesday and Friday 11.15-12.15 and Tai Chi classes every Monday 3-4pm at Shoreham Free Church Hall, Buckingham Road. Exercise classes also at Southlands Hospital, Cardiac Rehab Unit, Cedar Ward . Wed & Fri classes are at 11.0012.00 not 11.15-12.15 and the cost is £4 (£7 per couple) not £3 (£5 per couple) .

Babies and Toddlers 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:

Children’s Storytime

Southwick Library: Thursdays 11 – 11.30am. Shoreham Library: Fridays 2.10pm – 2.40pm. Pebbles Play Zone :St Andrews Church Hall Portslade, Next to health centre. Tuesday morning 10am - 12pm. Snacks provided for all children Run by two experienced childminders. £1.00 per adult, 50p per child.

Children Classes

Dinkie Flowers Stage School with Dinkie: Classes at the Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. Friday evenings. Room 7. Teenies (age 3 and up) Tap & Modern 3.45 - 4.15pm; Juniors (Age 6 and up) Tap & Modern 4.15 - 5.15pm. Seniors Modern & Tap 5.15 – 6.30pm ;Keep Fit 6.30pm – 7.30pm;Please call (01273) 452868 for more details.


Debutots is a wonderfully interactive storytelling and dramatic session where YOU get to be part of your child’s imagination. MONDAY 10-11am; come along and join in the fun! Classes only £4 per week (drop in £5). Sibling Discount 50% .Please Contact Ellie for more info or to book a FREE trial Tel: 01273 245673 or ALSO DON’T FORGET TO ASK ELLIE ABOUT DEBUTOTS BIRTHDAY PARTIES !!!!

Dinki Dancers

A creative toddler dance class ideal for boys and girls 2 to 4 years old (although 18mth + welcome) Mondays 10-11am Shoreham Community Centre, Pond Road. Please call Kat on 01273 463120 or text 07809 437703 to book a free trial session. Dinki Dancers encourages toddlers to enjoy different dancing styles and themes, play dancing games and experiment with fun props and costume. Iam also available for children’s party bookings offering themed dance sessions e.g. cheerleading, fairy ballet princesses, animal antics, musicals etc. Please call me to discuss your party needs and theme ideas. Tel: 01273 463120 or text 07809 437703

Dinki Disco –

Funky dancing fun for the whole family! Saturday March 17th 2-5pm. The King Alfred Ballroom, Kingsway, Hove Seafront, BN3 2WW Earlybird tickets from £6 (per walking person) Ideal for all ages. Tel Kat on 07809 437703


Now at Kingston Buci Children Centre. Come along Mondays 10-11am. Interactive storytelling and dramatic play for children aged between 2-5yrs. Sessions are very busy so booking is essential. Please call or email Ellie for more information or to register interest. ELLIE@DEBUTOTS.CO.UK TEL: 01273 245673

Fun Imps

Friday’s 10-11am, The Shoreham Centre, Main Hall. Fun improvised activities and exercises for your Little Imps. No booking necessary. Call Sara or Graham on 07500 11 34 98 for more info.

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Kingston Buci Children and Family Centre Middle Road, Shoreham, BN43 6GA Telephone: 01273 467998

Monday Midwives Clinic: 9.30am-12pm and 1.30pm-4pm,please call the centre for an appointment. Debutots: 10am-11am,Early years drama session for 2-5 year olds. £4 a session (siblings get a 50% discount). Booking essential, please contact Ellie on 01273 245673 for more details Adur, Arun & Worthing Young Person’s Counselling: 1pm-5pm. Please contact Joe Osmond on 01273 222577 for more information. Rhyme Time: 1.30pm,2pm,a drop-in session for parents or carers and their under fives. Simple songs and rhymes with basic signs, actions and instruments. Tuesday Toy Library: 9.30am-11am,we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. Childminders Drop-in: 9.30am-11.30am,a two hour drop-in session for childminders and their children. The group is a chance to meet, offer support to each other and socialise. Bumps and Babes: 10.30am-12pm,a drop in group for parents or carers with children under a year old. Grandparents Group: 1pm-3pm,a drop in group for grandparents and their grandchildren under 5. Wednesday Midwives Clinic: 9.30am-12pm,please call the centre for an appointment. Playing Together Wednesdays: 9.15am-11.15am,bookable weekly activity themed drop in session where parents or carers can have fun playing with their children (1-5yrs), in a warm relaxed atmosphere. Jobcentre Plus: 10am-2pm,weekly 4 hour session for clients to attend and speak to an advisor. To book an appointment please call 0845 6043719. Thursday Kimbalu (Term time only): 9.30am-12pm,fun with singing, instruments, bubbles and Kimba the friendly monkey. Please call Lorrie on 01273 464934 to book a place or for more details. Speech and Language Drop-in (Monthly): 9am-12pm,please call the centre for more information. Toy Library: 2.30pm-3.45pm,we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. Midwives Clinic: 1.30pm-3.30pm,please call the centre for an appointment. Friday Midwives Clinic: 9.30am-12pm,please call the centre for an appointment. MILK!: 10am-12pm, breast-feeding peer support group. Get together with other mums for support and information in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Antenatal Group: starting the 4th Friday of February. Please call the centre for details. Toy Library: 11am-12.30pm, we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. Disability Benefit Advisor: second Friday of every month 9am12pm, please call the centre for more information Fun Factory: second Friday of every month 11.30am-1pm, is a stay and play drop in for any child under 5 with additional needs and their parents/ carers. The group offers a chance to take part in a range of play time activities whilst getting to know other families.

What’s on in April Martial Arts

Junior Martial arts and self defence classes Friday 5.30-6.30 at St. Michaels Hall , Church lane Southwick BN424GD 1ST Lesson Free. Contact Graham Hosken on 01273 423378

Kimbalu Music classes

Kimbalu Music classes are for parents/carers and their babies and preschool children; singing together, playing with instruments, having fun with parachute, and meeting Kimba the friendly monkey! Classes at 9.30. 10.15. 11.00; Wednesdays – Ropetackle Arts Centre; Thursdays - Kingston Buci Children & Family Centre; Fridays – Southwick Christian Community Church. Refreshments included on Wed & Fri but need to be purchased from café on Thurs. For details or to book a place call Lorrie on 01273 464934, visit or email £4.00 per family - first class free

Little Lights

Carers and toddlers singing group with parents and carers. Every Thursday from 9.30-11.00am, in term time, at Southwick Methodist Church Hall. Manor Hall Road. Southwick. Songs with actions, Puppets, Picture,, Who’s in the Box? Story time, Dressing up, Lullaby’s, worship, dressing up. Keyboard accompaniment. Refreshments provided. No pre booking required. Drop in session, £1.00 per adult, £1.00 per child (0-School age) (Formerly Toddler Tunes) Contact Yvonne Yates 01273 597660 or 07758 325556

Scamps baby and toddler group

Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30am at St Peters Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham. £3.00 per family/childminder, including tea/coffee (first visit free). Toys, art/ crafts, singing with actions. For more information, please contact Kate Bush on 07753 634457 or Kate Woodhams on 07875 409922

Teddy Bears

Carers and Toddlers Group (0-school age). Every Monday and Friday, 10.00-11.45am, in term time, at Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Road, Southwick.Play with a huge selection of Toys, ride on bikes, puzzles, trains, play dough, craft, books, farm, prams, slide, tunnels. This is a drop in session, no need to pre-book. On Friday, we join the pre sholl for a free sing-a-long for 15 mins. £1.00 per adult, 50p per child. Refreshments provided. For more information contact Kim 01273 701543

Tots That Rock

Singing, dancing, bubbles and fun for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. Sing-along popular childrens songs, nursery rhymes and action songs, all accompanied by live guitarist. Come and sing, dance or just chat and have fun in a relaxed a baby/child friendly atmosphere. £4 entry, £2 for extra siblings. Every Monday and Friday @ The Bridge Inn, High Street, Shoreham 10.30 - 11.45am. No pre-booking, just turn up! Or call Allie or Sarah 07961 363658, email or visit www.

Zumbatomic Classes

Zumba for kids!Thursdays 4-4.45pm Lil' Starz ages 5-8 5-5.45pm Big Starz ages 8-12 The Church of the Good Shepheard Hall, Shoreham Beach 6 week course cost £24, please call to book your place Some drop in places may be available @ £4.50 each session. Please pre-book your drop in place. Contact: 07885 205307

Youth Activities & Events

VC Jubilee youth development cycling club

For 9-18 year olds, younger can attend with parent/guardian. Saturdays 1012noon, meet at car park by Adur Outdoor Activities Centre, Brighton Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5LT.To find out more see: or call Sally Page (01273) 843859 or email

Helen O'Grady Drama Academy

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: or visit the website for more details.

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Copy Shop News April 2012  

Community magazine for local people and businesses in Shoreham-by-Sea and Southwick, Sussex.

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