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JULY 2014

SHOREHAM & SOUTHWICK

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‘WHAT’S ON’ PAG ES

VET ADVICE LUNGWORM RISK FOR DOGS

A DECENT SUMMER MARK OAKLEY GIVES GARDENING TIPS

FERRY BRIDGE

HUGE INCREASE IN USE

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SHOREHAM & SOUTHWICK

JULY 2014

Editor’s comment Hello and welcome to the July edition of The Inside Shoreham and Southwick magazine. We are now into summer and with the lovely hot summer weekends of July and August stretching before us, lets all hope that it is a nice one after the winter we have had. In this months issue we have our regular articles from Judy Upton and Mark Oakley, Judy gives us a history of Travel Writers in Shoreham and Mark gives advice on what to do in the garden at this time of year. Have you thought about fostering? We have an article from The Foster Care Agency on what it takes to foster a child and give a child in need, a stable family life. On the 25th of August we have the Shoreham Fest 10K Run which you can join in. Read more about it inside this issue.

Inside this issue User increase for Adur Ferry Bridge................... 4 Being a friend of Pond Road............................... 4 Films at Ropetackle.............................................. 4 Photography Competition.................................. 4 Diabetes Extra Support....................................... 4 Talk Money talks Pensions.................................. 6 Planning long term care...................................... 8 Travel scribers on Shoreham.............................10 A decent Summer for your garden?.................12 Increases risk of lung worm for dogs...............14 Samins Menu................................................. 20-21 River Fest Run.....................................................24 What’s on....................................................... 29-39

Many thanks to all the contributors to this month’s edition! Please let us know of any activity, charity raising that you are doing for August/September. Please send it in by the 12th of July. We wish all our readers and local businesses in Shoreham and Southwick a lovely July, Warm Regards Angela

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Huge rise in Adur Being a friend Ferry Bridge users of Pond Road Bicycle trips across the new Adur Ferry Bridge are up by more than 60% according to new figures from Sustrans. The cycling charity has completed its first monitoring report on use of the swing bridge since it opened last September. Results show estimated cycling trips are up by 64% to 137,968, pedestrian trips are up by 10% to an estimated 742,128 and overall use of the bridge is up by 15% with an estimated total 912,122 trips. The monitoring also suggests a big increase in use of the bridge for leisure purposes at the weekend and in the school holidays as well as a large pick up in the number of people aged over 65 using it. The figures come just a week after it was announced Adur Ferry Bridge, which crosses the harbour to connect ShorehamBy-Sea to Shoreham Beach, was awarded the Community Benefit Award in the ICE South East England Engineering Excellence Awards 2014. Pieter Montyn, West Sussex County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport said: “This bridge, like its elderly predecessor, is a vital link across the River Adur for the communities of Shoreham Beach and Shoreham town. “It has become a much loved community asset and this award is something that both the contractors and the community should feel rightly proud of. “These latest figures from Sustrans demonstrate really high levels of use which is great news. I’m confident those that use will grow and grow, especially as we approach summer.“ Unfortunately the bridge has been subjected to vandalism attacks and a new CCTV system has been installed. Panes of glass that had been damaged during the attacks will be replaced. Pieter added: “It is always a shame when mindless acts of vandalism blight such a wonderful structure and ruin people’s enjoyment of something that is there for the whole community. We hope that this new CCTV will act as a deterrent to whoever is responsible.”

Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Photography Competition now open for entries The theme of this year’s competition is Simply the Best. They are looking for 12 stunning photographs capturing the best of the wildlife and landscapes of Sussex to feature in our 2015 online calendar. They want your best, most stunning, most awe-inspiring shots – the ones that make people go ‘WOW’.

What do I win?

First Prize: £150 cash, donated by The Ecology Consultancy; Runner-up prize: a £250 voucher, donated by hiSbe – how it Should be; Third prize: a meal for two donated by The Old Tollgate Restaurant To enter can be done on line: Upload your images to the competition Flickr group . You can enter up to five photos in landscape format only please. For full rules and the competition’s Terms and Conditions. Closing Date: 10th September 2014. 4

Friends of Pond Road is based in Shoreham Health Centre and raises funds for everyone who uses the Health Centre. They recently had an Easter egg raffle and raised nearly £100. Money raised goes towards vital equipment for the Health Centre. Previously they raised funds for a blood pressure machine for the Waiting Room, baby changing units, water coolers, mobile hoist weighing scales for the District Nurses and lots more. They have a quiz on Friday 25th July at St Peter’s Community Church Hall, John Street, Shoreham, BN43 5DL from 7.30-10.30. Please email wendy.lewis5@nhs.net for more information or look on the Friends of Pond Road noticeboards in The Health Centre. They meet every two months in The Health Centre and their next meeting is on Thursday 5th July 2014 at 12.30pm. If you use any of the services here and would like to join the group just come along to the next meeting.

Films at Ropetackle Richard Durrant who does such a great deal for Ropetackle Arts Centre has chosen a beautiful film again this year for their Summer Film Choice following the successful films shown in the previous 2 years which were chosen by Richard, Elgar and Delius. This year he will be showing on Wednesday 2nd July 2014 at 7.30pm Across the Universe and the whole musical score for the film includes 34 Beatles songs. The film is relatively unknown, was shot in New York in the period when the Vietnam war was on and is a romance, drama and of course a musical delight. Richard himself will introduce the film and it promises to be an enchanting evening. All are welcome and tickets cost £5 and can be purchased from Ropetackle on or before the date. Please call on 01273 464440 or email: boxoffice@ropetacklecentre.co.uk

West Sussex Downs Diabetes extends support The West Sussex Downs Diabetes UK group has two local support groups in Lancing and Steyning for people with Diabetes Type 2 or Type 1. Their family members, partners, carers, parents are invited too. From 2015 they will be increasing their support meetings every month in both Lancing and Steyning instead of the current alternate months. Their next meeting will be on the 24th of July in Steyning from 7-9pm. Lancing will be held on the 21st August from 10am to 12-midday. Check out the website for more details: http://westsussexdowns.diabetesukgroup.org To advertise call: 01273 452065


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How to get the best from your pension fund I

F YOU HAVE built up a pension fund, or several during your working life there are many options for taking income when you retire, the whole thing can be quite bewildering. The right choice depends totally on your circumstances and what you are looking for from your retirement income. Some people want absolute guarantees, others require flexibility. Some are single and are not worried about providing an income to a spouse should they die, for others a widow’s pension is essential. If you have a company scheme, the income could be reduced because the scheme provides for a widow’s pension, but you may not be married. It can get quite complicated. Choosing the wrong option could greatly reduce what you receive in your retirement. Many people have different pension pots with various providers. When you reach retirement age, they will all write to you offering an annuity, some people just sign the form and obtain the income from their current provider. How do you know that is the right way of setting up your retirement income and how do you know that the company will provide you with the highest annuity in the marketplace? This is especially true if you have history of ill health, you could be eligible for an enhanced annuity. This is because if your life expectancy is less, some providers would be willing to pay a higher income because they don’t think they will have to pay you for as long.

All providers will offer different amounts of income for your capital, it is essential to shop around.

I will briefly explain the main options: Annuity: An annuity is a guaranteed income paid to you for life from an insurance company. The annuity would be purchased using the money you have built up in your pension plans during your working life. The insurance company will assess how long they think you will live and will quote the amount of guaranteed income they are willing to pay in return for your lump sum. Income Drawdown: Your pension money would remain invested and you can take either no income, or income up to a maximum set level from the investment each year. From April 2015 the income will be unlimited but subject to income tax. 6

This method can provide higher death benefits and a more flexible income. For independent advice on any of the above, or if you are approaching retirement and looking at your options please call me Claire Cook on 01273 224667. I would be very happy to assist. Talk Money is a trading style of Best Practice IFA Group Ltd which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The value of investments can fall as well as rise and you may not get back the amount invested.

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Have you planned for a time when you may need long term care? Deanne Ferguson is a qualified private client lawyer from Setfords Solicitors who specialises in advice for the retired and the elderly and has some suggestions for you to consider to prepare for a time when you might need long term care.

a trust to ensure that your loved ones are provided for, but the money is not taken into account in any means test. It may not be appropriate to leave your estate to a loved one who is likely to need long term care.

• YOUR PROPERTY - Is your property in your sole name or jointly owned? Should it now be put into joint names? If it is already in joint names consider changing the way the property is owned to Tenants in Common. Careful planning may mean it is possible to protect half of the property from care costs.

• LASTING POWERS OF ATTORNEY - Have you made Lasting Powers of Attorney? A Lasting Power of Attorney is a legal document that appoints a trusted friend, relative or professional (known as an attorney) to help manage your financial affairs and/or make decisions about your health and welfare. This will give you and your family peace of mind and avoid unnecessary cost, time and emotion for your loved ones later on.

• JOINT SAVINGS - Consider transferring jointly owned savings into sole accounts if appropriate. Did one of you contribute more to the savings account than the other? In those circumstances, it would be acceptable for you to put more into one account than the other. Social Services have no power to demand to see the finances of a spouse or partner of someone going into care, however if there is an account in joint names they can see what the spouse/partner has and may be more inclined to ask for a third party top up. • MAKING A GIFT - Are you much older than your spouse/partner? Or does one partner suffer ill health that may lead to a need for care? Should you gift some savings to your younger/fitter spouse now? However, be careful of deliberate deprivation of assets. • WILLS - Do you have a Will? Do you need to review your existing Will? It may be appropriate to set up

• ADVANCE MEDICAL DECISION (living Will) - If you wish to refuse medical treatment in the future, including end of life decisions and life sustaining treatment, you should make your wishes known by making an ‘Advance Decision’. This is made when you still have capacity and is used if you lose capacity in that future. This article provides you with basic information and should not be used as a substitute for getting proper advice from a specialist lawyer, what is appropriate for one individual may not be appropriate for another. Deanne Ferguson is a professional member of Solicitors for the Elderly and offers initial fee advice. Contact Deanne on 01273 916209 or dferguson@setfords.co.uk

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TRAVEL WRITERS

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ON SHOREHAM

URING THE FIRST half of the 20th century, before the moving pictures of TV documentaries largely made the British literary travelogue obsolete, many writers travelled the South East of England and Sussex in particular, recording their impressions of Shoreham as they did so. In 1939 in his book: ‘The Face Of Britain. South Eastern Survey’ writer Richard Wyndham describes the sights and indeed smells of the lower Brighton Road: ‘The coast road west from Brighton is linked to Shoreham by seven miles of stucco-andbrick cottages – but by nothing else. There is, and always will be, a fundamental difference between these two towns. It is the difference between a sea that is bathed in and a sea that is sailed by ships. You notice the change as soon as you reach Portslade: instead of piers and promenades and fun fairs, you find cranes and high, smoking chimneys; timber yards, coal stacks, petroleum tanks, grimy brick warehouses, black tarred wharfs, the sound of riveting and the smell of gas.’ Elsewhere in the book he explains how the course of the river Adur has changed over the centuries: ‘Shoreham has become two villages since the retreat of the sea – New and Old Shoreham. When the Adur became silted up in the fifteenth century the port had to be abandoned and the town became half deserted. Previously, Old Shoreham had been left stranded in

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the same way: in the twelfth century it was a main port between England and Normandy; it now hides in shame a mile to the north, an isolated hamlet of farm buildings, thatched cottages, and a church of richly carved Norman arches.’ In 1937 Arthur Mee wrote ‘The King’s England, Sussex’ and he too provides vivid descriptions of Shoreham: ‘There are two Sussex Shoreham’s old and new; one with the sea, both with an ancient pride. No other small place in the land has two great churches like these, and it has two great bridges also, a 4-span steel bridge and a quaint timber structure 260 feet long on 28 wooden trestles.’ In her 1965 book ‘Sussex’, Barbara Willard recounts how: ‘Shoreham, which fell into a sad doldrums for many years, is now rejuvenated. Its revival though is a very thorough one.’ Her recollections of a modern, industrialised Shoreham now form part of history themselves as she mentions the old electricity generating power station, (built in 1947) with its two chimneys and the earlier, smaller one that was also once here as its neighbour, constructed in 1902, with its four chimneys. As she says of the harbour arm; ‘on it are built the power stations that are landmarks for such miles. Electricity has dwarfed gas, the first comer. You can see the plumed chimneys from the downs above Brighton, beautiful through mist, in sun, by moonlight’. Not all writers were so impressed by

Shoreham. In 1947, Esther Meynell, in her volume also entitled ‘Sussex’ writes about the back streets of Shoreham: ‘ Here and there in a dreary street, perhaps at a corner, may be seen a little nautical cottage, its upper story hung with black-tarred timbers, its casements white-painted and displaying cheerful redpotted geraniums. It suggests smuggling nights in the time when it stood alone on the shore, and ‘The Gentlemen’ were trotting by with their lace and brandy ponies. It is the sturdy little freehold that has escaped the grasp of the speculative builder. Or it may be a seemly Georgian cottage that stands out amid the general ugliness, with well-proportioned smallpaned windows and a charming fanlight like a slice of lemon above the front door. But even as one admires these gracious things, while the buses and lorries thunder past, one feels they are doomed to fall very soon beneath the juggernaut of “Progress”. Long stretches of seaward Sussex are past praying for.’ Fortunately Shoreham’s back streets have by and large escaped the juggernauts and there are some final examples of old cottages still in existence, tugged away in the streets leading to the High Street. The way New Shoreham grew up over time also suggests that these cottages were always part of a settlement, and not isolated cottages on the shore, as the author suggests. The description of these Shoreham cottages does however make one wonder if sometimes we should slow the pace for a moment in our busy lives, and just admire the unique town around us. Judy Upton

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A DECENT SUMMER

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T’S BEEN A pretty decent Summer so far from the point of view of the gardener. Warm, and still with a bit of rain to keep things ticking over nicely and the results are starting to show in the garden with most plants making a good show. This time of year is when the garden is in full flow, giving glorious Summer displays, and the fruit and vegetables starting to produce lovely produce. It’s so wonderful that you never want it to end, and although as the length of day is starting to shorted

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slowly, you can still help things to keep going. Flowers will always respond well to the effort of deadheading and stopping them going to seed. That way they will produce more flowers in an effort to get to the end result of producing more seed. That way you’ll get a longer display. It’s easy to assume that plants are happy growing in their pots, or containers or even their beds, however they soon use up the nutrients around them and can suffer as a result. It’s a good idea to boost this by using a liquid feed, or a top dressing of decent compost. After the really wet weather at the beginning of the year a lot of nutrients were simply washed down through the soil, so any extra boost will be welcome The same applies with fruit and vegetables. Keep picking them at the right time and they will keep trying to produce more. The same holds true more than ever with boosting them as they put a tremendous effort into producing the vegetables. This is especially true with plants such as tomatoes, and especially when they are in grow bags. Make sure you regularly feed them as they will get through the nutrients in the bag very quickly. As a further tip, it’s never a bad idea to put a grow bag on top of another one when you first set them up, to get double the depth and goodness from the. It also helps to hold the water better. Keep sowing seeds such as salads, radishes etc as they will grow rapidly and keep producing fresh supplies for you to enjoy. Once anything has got past its best, make sure to compost it as it will all give a good added boost to the compost heap. Despite the fact the lawn will be producing plenty of cuttings at this time of year, don’t be tempted to smoother the compost heap in them, to get rid of them, as they will stifle what is in the bin already, and remember to turn the compost well regularly. As most of us will be looking towards holidays at this time of year, make sure you plan looking after the garden, whilst you are away, getting a neighbour in to help keep on top of things, to avoid coming back to a jungle or a barren waste land At this time of year there really is no excuse not to be out in the garden on the long summer evenings, and if you even spend a few minutes each evening whilst out there doing a few jobs you really will keep the garden looking better for longer, so give it a go and enjoy it. Mark Oakley, Any Garden Limited To advertise call: 01273 452065


‘SLIMEY’… WARM, WET WEATHER

INCREASES RISK OF LUNGWORM IN YOUR DOG

Dogs that paw or eat slugs and snails can become infected with the larval stage of this parasite, which migrates through the body and eventually matures in to the adult worm in the heart. Eggs released from these worms pass into lungs where they hatch into larvae and are then coughed up and swallowed by the dog. The dog then spreads the larvae in its faeces. The South East is a hot spot for lungworm cases possibly due to our dense urban fox population who harbour this parasite. Lungworm symptoms vary from mild lethargy and cough, to bleeding problems and heart failure.

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Be lungworm savvy this year.

E ESCAPED A nasty winter, but having had a pretty wet start to the year, we are experiencing a snail and slug explosion! A gardeners number one pest, snails and slugs are not good for your dog either, as these little blighters are the hosts of Angiostrongylus vasorum, commonly known as lungworm.

1. Use lungworm control on your dog, you can get this from your vet. 2. Remove dense vegetation, fallen wood, water filled pots from the garden as these are perfect snail and slug hiding spots. 3. Banish slugs and snails with traditional pet friendly methods such as; seaweed compost/ mulch as the salt and then the dried rough surface of the seaweed will be a deterrent. Use copper as they shy away from this metal. Make traditional slug traps with either shallow bowls of beer (keep out of reach of your dogs and children) and upturned plant pots with grapefruit skin inside. Avoid using products that contain metaldehyde as this is toxic to dogs and cats.

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DEFINING

A FOSTER CARER

There are many people who whilst have the motivation, strengths, aptitude and experience that would make them fantastic foster carers don’t apply as they are concerned that their lifestyle or personal circumstances would rule them out of being able to foster when if fact this is not the case. E HOPE THAT by covering a handful of common Experience working with children or young characteristics and factors of successful foster people in a professional role or as parents

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carers as well as a few common misconceptions that will prevent people fostering that those interested in becoming foster carers will get in contact with us.

Diversity

Fostered children and young people come from a variety of backgrounds and the same applies to Foster Carers. Whatever your employment status, sexuality, marital status, religion or race you could be the ideal person to provide a stable and loving home to a vulnerable child or young person.

Team Players

Each and every person involved in the Fostering process has a joint aim of providing a secure and safe home for a child or young person. When you become a foster carer you will need to work in partnership with the agency and other professionals. Foster carers will need to demonstrate that they can listen to the child and the agency as well as voicing their views in a professional manner. The agency is here to support you as foster carers therefore it is also important that you communicate any concerns and challenges as soon as they occur.

Experience working with children or young people is an advantage (although not a necessity) as it could help you tackle any challenges that may arise with a child or young person placed in your care.

Your individual personality

The process to become a foster carer is in-depth this is to ensure that any vulnerable child or young person placed with you will be safe and cared for in a loving home. The assessment can make potential carers nervous and as a result hide aspects of their personality. Our Foster carers have all sorts of personalities and that is what makes them such great carers. Our advice to you is just be yourself!

Can those with a criminal record apply?

The assessment process will take into account any previous convictions and we would encourage those with a criminal record to be honest and speak about this with the agency early on in the process. The safety of the child or young person is of foremost importance. Having a criminal record does not automatically mean that you will be rejected as a potential carer.

Are you ready to invest in the future? Caring for a child or young person can be challenging at times, but it’s also very rewarding and fun. If you have a spare room and time to care for a child or young person we will support you.

Become a foster carer Make a difference Contact us today: Web: www.thefostercareagency.org.uk Email: recruitment@thefostercareagency.org.uk Tel: 0808 1788 909 Text: FOSTER11 to 88020 with your full name

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SHOREHAM-BY-SEA

RIVER FEST RUN

If you are planning a great bank holiday weekend this August, why not have a run along the River Adur?

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S PART OF the three day Shoreham River Festival (which includes many events for all ages), on Bank Holiday Monday the 25th August 2014 you can join our local running club, Lancing Eagles, for a flat 10k race up one of the most beautiful valleys in the South East. The River Adur has cut a wide and deep valley through the South Downs, which tower over 700 feet above it on either side. These days the river meanders slowly across a wide flood plain towards the sea, and you will follow the river North for three miles before crossing on the nationally famous South Downs Way and heading back south, into the arms of Shoreham-bySea; it’s restaurants, cafés, traditional pubs, modern bars and busy harbour, to say nothing of the ongoing River Festival that will still be in full swing whether you take 30 minutes to run the route or the full two hours! Fully marshalled and sign-posted, with ample parking near the start and all the expertise and knowledge of a local running club to guide you safely alongside St John Ambulance crews, why not come and see for yourself what this wonderful town and lively Festival has to offer? After all, running isn’t just good for your body, it is good for your soul, and running in such a

beautiful location will put a skip in your step and your heart for the rest of the day! So why not sign up for a healthy run in the morning, shower at our Race HQ (Adur Outdoor Activity Centre in Shoreham) and then finish off your Bank Holiday weekend in style at the Shoreham River Festival. The race is supported by our sponsors: Basepoint Business Centres, Shoreham-by-Sea; and Brighton Home Improvements It’s easy to enter. Just go to www.lancingeagles.co.uk or contact race secretary Claire Johnson at riverfestrun@gmail. com or go to the events page on www.runnersworld.co.uk

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Planning my first holiday abroad put me into panic mode! How will I get to Heathrow? Can’t afford a taxi! Too old and frail to risk a train and tube ride! What about my Luggage? But all my worries were unnecessary! I caught the 700 bus operating from Chichester to Brighton every 10 minutes which dropped me at Old Stein in Brighton, where National Express coaches leave for Gatwick and Heathrow every hour. Pre-book your time slot and seat, and leave the return date open – allowing you to board the next Coach to your destination. If you are unable to get to the coach terminus on time, another return ticket has to be purchased for £10. Coaches are comfortable, with toilet facilities on board. I experienced ‘Assisted’ travel for the first time, and was pleasantly surprised at the excellent service. The facilities for anyone requiring assistance from Terminal 5 were impressive. A special check-in counter as well as customs and passport control desks, the choice of two lounges (quiet or noisy!), and a buggy ride was an interesting experience. Staff assisting were efficient and attentive. Be sure to ask for Assistance when you arrange your flight – there is no additional cost for this service. After an enjoyable wheelchair adventure, Assisted passengers and children are first to board the aircraft. Another handy tip – if you are flying economy, unable to sleep, and a nervous flier, try and book a seat in the last row on the aisle. There is space at the back for standing and stretching without disturbing anyone else. Although you may be last to disembark, your baggage will be waiting for you, easier to spot. If you are travelling Assisted, the buggy departs once all seats are taken, and once again you have assistance all the way to the Arrival hall. Happy travelling! To advertise call: 01273 452065


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Podia-Clinic

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Professional Healthcare for the lower leg, foot and ankle. Established 12 years.

By appointment only. Please phone: 01273 389 658 Free parking. Find us on bus routes 2, 2a and 46. (Alight at Hadrian Avenue).

ˆ Hard skin and corn removal. ˆNail surgery with local anaesthetic for ingrown nails. ˆNail cut only service. ˆVerruca treatments. ˆDiabetes checks.

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Full rehabilitation treatments for injuries to the lower leg, foot and ankle. Gait Analysis & Orthotics.

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27 Hadrian Avenue, Southwick, West Sussex, BN42 4LJ. www.podia-clinic.com

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THE MARLIPINS PUBLIC HOUSE AND RESTAURANT

38 High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea. Tel: 01273 453369. Email: themarlipinspub@googlemail.com

THE MARLIPINS PUB

Known for great food, great beer and great atmosphere. The cosiest and friendliest pub in town.

LIVE MUSIC

FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS AND SUNDAY AFTERNOONS TOO (UNTIL 6PM)

KARAOKE

SUNDAY EVENINGS FROM 6PM-9PM

From July enjoy Live Music every Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm and on Sunday afternoons too until 6pm then enjoy Karaoke with Louise until 9pm. Come along, enjoy the great music and have some fun.

NEW SUMMER MENU FEATURING

GOURMET BURGERS, MEXICAN SPECIALTIES - ANY 3 FOR £12, SHARING PLATTERS, HOME BATTERED COD USING HARVEY’S BITTER AND FRESH MUSSELS COOKED IN WHITE WINE.

HOME COOKED ROAST LUNCHES EVERY SUNDAY, 12 TILL 4PM.

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Factory & Showroom: Units 4, 5 and 6, Southern Cross Industrial Estate, Freemans Road, Portslade. BN41 1GS www.premier4windows.co.uk

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GENERAL

ANNUAL PAINTING EXHIBITION

Adur Art Club will be holding their ever popular annual exhibition of member’s work on Friday July 10th , from 10am to 6pm, Saturday July 11th, 9am to 9pm, and Sunday July 12th , 11am to 2pm. It will be held in the main hall at the Shoreham Centre . Everyone is welcome. Entry is free

FRIENDS OF SHOREHAM BEACH (FOSB) PICNIC WITH TRASH & TREASURE BEACH CLEAN SUNDAY 20TH JULY Starts with your picnic at Shingle Road at 12.30pm. Clean towards Ferry Road. Litter pickers and bags will be available. Help to identify Beach Treasures (natural interesting finds). Please wear gloves and suitable footwear.

QUIZ NIGHT - FRIDAY 25TH JULY 2014 FROM 7.30PM - 10.30PM AT ST PETER’S CHURCH HALL

45 John Street, Shoreham, BN43 5DL. Bring your own drinks and a plate of food for an ‘American Sharing Supper’ .Maximum of 6 people in a team - £1.00 per person to enter. Proceeds to your local Health Centre - Friends of Pond Road. Please contact Wendy Lewis or Pauline Alwin at the Health Centre - Tel: 01273 466040 for more info.

QUIRKY QUIZ AT THE CROWN AND ANCHOR, HIGH STREET, SHOREHAM. EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT. STARTS 8PM.

45 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. on mobile 07796 210160 or email zxirong@ hotmail.com

ADUR 10K RUN

If you are planning a great bank holiday weekend this August, why not come down to Shoreham-bySea on the Sussex Coast? As part of the three day Shoreham River Festival ( which includes many events for all ages), on Bank Holiday Monday the 25th August 2014 you can join our local running club, Lancing Eagles, for a flat 10K run up one of the most beautiful valleys in the South East.

FREE DEBT COUSELLING CENTRE

Are you struggling with debt? Shoreham Baptist Church in partnership with award winning charity Christians Against Poverty and supported by an Adur Community Grant have opened a free debt centre in Shoreham. To book an appointment to receive free debt counselling ring 0800 328 0006.

FISHERSGATE ADULT COMMUNITY CHOIR

Join us every Thursday at 7.30pm at Lighthouse Church, St Aubyns Road, Fishersgate. No auditions. Having fun singing and making new friends! More info call Sarah 07891755079

CHURCH WITH A DIFFERENCE

For fun for all the family you are invited to Shoreham Methodist Church on the first Sunday of each month from 4 to 5.30pm (not Jan or Aug). For friendship, fun and food please come and join us for crafts, activities, singing, films, stories and much more… Please tel: 01273 453056 or go to shoreham.adursectormethodists.org.uk for further information.

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MESSY CHURCHES TOGETHER IN SOUTHWICK

SHOREHAM HORTICULTURAL & ALLOTMENT SOCIETY

Messy Church, for families, meets on the third Saturday of each month, (except August and December) at Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Road, Southwick from 3.00 to 5.30pm. Doors open at 3pm. Come and enjoy some craft and fun activities, listen to a story and sing some songs in our celebration time and meet new people over a simple meal. Messy Church is provided by members of several Churches in Southwick and the surrounding area, it is a free activity and no booking is necessary, just come along and join in the fun. We will be open on Saturday 21st June, 19th July, 20th September, 18th October and 15th November. For further information, please contact Yvonne on 07758 325556

This society meets on the 1st Friday of each month (except January) St Peter’s Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham at 7.30pm. Talks, raffle, refreshments. Visitors welcome. Contact Mavis on (01273) 464324 For full details of activities see website www. shorehamhorticulturalsociety.org

SHOREHAM BAPTIST CHURCH: PRAYER

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.

Would you appreciate someone praying with you? We are Christians from Shoreham Baptist Church who believe that God heals today. If you would like prayer (for yourself or for someone you know)or a listening ear please come to Room1 in the Shoreham Centre from 10am to 12am every Wednesday. These prayer times are totally private and confidential. For more details please ring mike 07881543815.

SOUTHWICK & SHOREHAM COUNTRY MARKET

Every Friday 9-00-11.00 in the Porter Room at Southwick Community Centre. Home made cakes, biscuits and sausage rolls, jam chutney, local honey, fresh eggs, allotment and home grown fruit, veg and plants. Hand made crafts: toys, knitted baby clothes, peg bags, aprons, fridge magnets, bags, hair accessories, brooches, bookmarks, greetings cards and lots more! The perfect place to buy a gift or a treat - cakes and craft items can be made to order - please ask!

THE INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS SECTION SOUTHWICK COMMUNITY CENTRE

The Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association are holding a social afternoon on Wednesday July 23rd in the Garden Room Southwick Community Centre. Start at 2.15pm our speaker will be Peter Hill who will be telling us about ‘ A Weekend in Krakow’. Sounds really good! Raffle. Entrance £2.00 Members, £2.50 non -members including tea and biscuits. Everyone welcome.

ADULT DANCE CLASSES ADULT DANCE CLASSES

BALLROOM/LATIN SOCIAL DANCE -every Thursday evening at Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, BN43 5WU. Doors open 7.30pm. Entry £5.00 including tea/coffee (No Tuition). Tel: Tom: 07765433684

A CHANCE TO DANCE

THE TWITTEN SCHOOL OSTF SEQUENCE DANCING

Tea Dances with Tuition every Monday afternoon at St. John Ambulance 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 www. wedanceforfun.co.uk

DANCE FOR FUN! WITH MIKE AND AUDREY

Monthly Friday afternoon TEA DANCES (Ballroom, Latin, Sequence, Line) at the St.John Ambulance Hall, The Twitten, Southwick. 2.00pm till 4.00pm – Admission £3.00 Including refreshments. For details and date of next dance call: 01273 592194 or visit our website www.wedanceforfun.co.uk

HIP HOP DANCE IN THE SOUTH EAST

CLASSES open to all in Worthing, Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Bognor Regis and beyond. For More info: Vikkie@t21dance.com / 07900 681355 www.t21dance.com

LAZY RIVER SQUARE DANCE CLUB

Monday evenings 8pm – 10pm. The Southwick Community Centre, Southwick T: Val (01273) 880097:

MODERN SEQUENCE DANCE CLUB

ST NICHOLAS FLOWER FESTIVAL AND FETE

Shoreham Modern Sequence Dance Club, Quayside Centre,Upper Kingston Lane, Southwick, Every Wednesday 1.45--4.15pm. Come to learn all new dances. Doreen Walter 01273 461417

SOUTHLANDERS COMMUNITY GROUP

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 www.danceaholics.co.uk.

Saturday, 12 July , 2pm - 4.30pm - Music by the Rude Mechanicals and Morris dancing. (Behind the Red Lion)

Open on a Monday and Friday morning for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. More information at www.southlanders.org.uk 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. Please ring 01273 592819 for any enquiries

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MODERN JIVE

SMOLDERING, SENSUAL, SOULFUL ARGENTINE TANGO

Shoreham Centre on Tuesday evenings. Beginners and Improvers courses start every 4 weeks. All Ages welcome. Advance bookings only £28. email brighton_carola@hotmail.com. For information contact Robin and Delia 01273 464311. www. brightontango.com and brightondancing.com

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SHOREHAM & SOUTHWICK

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

SALSA CLASS Salsa class at the Shoreham Centre (2 Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5WU) Starting on the 14th September at 8:00pm First class free for beginners. Teacher: Yanel from Cuba”

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 SEQUENCE DANCE CLUB Every Wednesday at St. John Ambulance Hall, The Twitten, Southwick. 7.30 to 9.30pm - £3.00 each (First Night FREE). Information call Wendy on 01273 594049 or email southwicksequence@hotmail. co.uk

SOUTHWICK SCOTTISH DANCE COUNTRY CLUB Thursdays 8.00pm – 10.00pm. Southwick Community Centre Garden Room. £2.50 per session. All ages welcome. For more info please call Julie Howell 01273 415778 julie@howell.name

STRICTLY DANCING WITH LISA Offering fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles (not partner dancing). Learn lots of different styles in the Dance Class on Mon 6.15-7.15pm or keep fit with the NEW FitSteps class on Thurs 12.15-1.15pm. Newcomers Special Offer: 5 classes for £15 (conditions apply). Both classes at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd. For more info contact Lisa on 07939 248871 / lisa@ strictlydancingwithlisa.co.uk

ZUMBA CLASSES New Zumba classes started at St. Giles Church Hall, Shoreham by Sea (near Buckingham Park). Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday mornings, 9.30 - 10.30 am, and 10.45 - 11.45 am. Thursdays, 7.45 - 8.45 pm. 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 nadiazorzan.zumba@ hotmail.co.uk

ZUMBA If you want to exercise and smile at the same time come and join me, Becca for a fun dance based fitness workout. Monday- 6.30pm, Tuesday6.30pm+7.45pm, Wednesday- 5.30pm&6.45pm, Thursday- 10.45am+6.15pm, Saturday-1.45pm All these classes are held at Southwick Community Centre. Also Wednesday-10.30am at shoreham Ropetackle centre. Please BOOK your place by texting 07933380231/ emailing beccawatts@ hotmail.co.uk or visiting facebook page zumbawithrebeccawatts Your first class free! Plus loyalty cards given. Price : £5\ £3 for students

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MUSIC, ARTS AND CREATIVE WRITING

ARTS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL AUGUST 2014

SOUTHWICK ART CLUB

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

SCULPTURE CLASS

You are warmly invited to the 45th annual Arts and Crafts Festival at Shoreham Methodist Church, Brunswick Road, Shoreham BN43 5GJ 16th -21st August 2014. If you are Interested In exhibiting or receiving further details about the event, please contact Margaret Bedwell Tel: 01273 461422 email: mhb19@btinternet.com

Join a friendly group exploring form, various materials and processes with experienced sculptor Teresa Martin. Southwick Community centre 2-4pm starting Tuesday 22d April for 6 weeks £57.20 + Materials.

ADUR ART CLUB

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 www.shoreham-oratorio-choir.co.uk

We meet on Tuesdays from 7.30pm to 9.15pm and Thursdays from 2pm until 4pm in room 8 (upstairs) at the Shoreham Centre, Pond Road Shoreham. We are a very friendly club, and although we do not have tuition as such, we have some talented members who are always willing to help beginners, or anyone needing assistance, so all abilities are welcome. We also have several demonstrations each year, by professional artists, and members workshops,which are always popular. Annual membership is £40 which incudes entry to both weekly sessions, and tea or coffee and biscuits. More details on our website aartc@webs.com

RAINBOW POETRY GROUP

Poetry for pleasure. Meets first Monday of the month. Except August. It is 7.30pm start at Ferry Inn, East St, Shoreham.. For info please contact 01273 452005.

MUSICAL WORKSHOPS:

Piano, Clarinet, Theory and Composition workshops, drop-in sessions and ongoing lessons. Tuesdays and Thursdays 3pm to 7pm, Phoenix Way, Southwick. For info and booking call Celina Wood on 07814001564 or email celinaroseamy@gmail. com or see www.celinawood.co.uk

CREATIVE WRITING

Like writing stories / poems? Join our small informal group meeting every Monday in the Snug bar at The Crab Tree Inn from 7 to 9 pm. No tuition... No fees. For further information telephone George on 01273 273284 or mobile:07530 646570.

KNIT AND NATTER

Enjoy crafting? Have a chat and meet new people. Free! Southwick library - Last Thursday of the month 2.30pm. Shoreham Library - second Thursday of the month a 1.30pm.

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

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

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.sussexmusic.com

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SHOREHAM ORATORIO CHOIR

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

LANCING EAGLES RUNNING CLUB

Love running? Want to start running? We meet every Wednesday, come rain or shine at Lancing Impulse Leisure Centre in the bar area at 6.30p,warm up at 6.45 and finish at 8:00ish. All abilities welcomed at friendly club. www. lancingeagles.co.uk or find us on facebook or call Claire on 07751123232

SHOREHAM RINGCRAFT

Meets on Tuesday evening 7.45- 9pm, in St Julian’s Hall, Rectory Road. We will help you prepare your puppy/dog for the show ring Gentle, experienced trainers Contact Lynne 01903-245270

FRENCH LANGUAGE CIRCLE

Small very friendly group meet Tuesday mornings at Southwick Community Centre. New members are always welcome and are invited to join us for a free taster session. Please call Danielle on 01444484233 or Sue on 01273-595579 for further details.

STEYNING DECORATIVE AND FINE ARTS

Steyning Decorative and Fine Arts Society is your local branch of NADFAS and meet on the second Monday of each month at The Steyning Centre by Fletchers Croft Car Park opposite St Andrews Church, Church Street, Steyning. Our next meeting is on Monday 14th July when Martin Heard,a lecturer who has worked In Europe and USA, will give an Illustrated lecture on “Toulouse Lautrec and Bohemian Paris” Members and visitors (donation of £5.00 ) are warmly welcomed with coffee at 10.00am followed by our meeting 10.30noon. . For further information please call 0190 368254 or 01903 816190

CHINESE LESSONS (GROUPS OR 1-2-1)

Creative,fun,challenging and achievable Chinese Mandarin lessons from a friendly, patient, enthusiastic Chinese native teacher and registered interpreter for courts, hospitals and solicitors. Professional and experienced, provides quality tailor made lessons for any purpose. All levels both adults and children welcome. Contact Xirong on mobile 07796 210160 or email zxirong@hotmail. com

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SHOREHAM & SOUTHWICK

MORRIS SIDE SEEKS MEMBERS

Old Shoreham Buccaneers is a recently formed morris dance team for men and women. We practice between September and April in the Shoreham Community Centre (Tuesday evenings) and perform in and around the local area in the spring and summer months. See our website for more information and activities during our first dancing season (myweb.tiscali.co.uk/ williamjfarmer/buccaneers). If you are interested please email oldshorehambuccaneers@yahoo. co.uk or phone 01273 453719.

HOVE AND ADUR SEA CADETS

Instructors needed for cadets aged 10-18 wide range of skills. Training provided. More details see http://www.sea-cadets.org/hoveadur/home. aspx or call Ian Wright (01273 594697) email Ian@ lawreny.net.

THE WELCOME CLUB

We meet every Wednesday in room 2 at the Shoreham Centre for the over 50’s, drop in for a cuppa & chat between 10-12.30 with bingo between 1.30-3.30, friendly atmosphere everyone welcome. For more info please contact Peter Hornsby at Age UK West Sussex 07544594659

ADUR PETANQUE CLUB

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

WASPIG

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.

LEARN, ENJOY, ACHIEVE WITH ASPIRE SUSSEX ADULT EDUCATION.

We have a wide range of opportunities to help you to get creative, learn a new skill, prepare yourself for work or just come along to meet like-minded people. Pick up a brochure from your local library, see our web-site at www.aspiresussex.org.uk, email enquiries@aspiresussex.org.uk, call us on 0845 601 01 61 or visit your local office at Southwick Community Centre (01273 840700).

CALLIGRAPHY

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: nyohowells@msn.com for more information.

CLUBS

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: www.adureastlions.org.uk*

ADUR VALLEY BRIDGE CLUBS

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: adur.bridge@btinternet. com, www.adurbridge.org.uk

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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

ADUR BOOK CLUB FOR THE OVER 60’S

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 brenda.slater@westsussex.gov.uk

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: www.anitasbeads.net

PAVILION TABLE TENNIS CLUB

A community club offering casual and competitive Table Tennis at Lancing Manor Leisure Centre, Tuesday Evenings from 7-15pm, all ages and abilities very welcome.

ROTARY CLUB OF SHOREHAM

The Rotary club of Shoreham and Southwick meets alternate Friday lunchtimes and alternate Thursday evenings at The Amsterdam Upper Shoreham road. for further details of what we do in the community and if interested, how to join us please go to our web site, the rotaryclubofshorehamandsouthwick we will be pleased to talk to you

BOWLING CLUB

We are an outdoor bowling club and always are interested in taking on new members. We are a happy club and welcome anyone interested to come along our hours of play are 10 – 1 2 – 5.30 and 6 – dusk We also have a very good Social venue If anyone would feel like trying Bowls for a very healthy hobby - please contact the Secretary on 520259 or email hazelluck@ntlworld.com

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.

PLAY CROQUET IN SOUTHWICK

Give croquet a try at Sussex County Croquet Club, Kingston Lane, Southwick . Croquet is a friendly, exciting game for all ages. See http://www. sussexcroquetclub.org.uk? for details or email club@sussexcroquet.org.uk

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 9 am to 10 pm, 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). “

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NOVA SOCIAL CLUB

A friendly social group in Brighton, Hove, Shoreham area for people 45+. Our activities include: meals out; cinema; visits; pub evenings + quizzes; walks; theatre; badminton; BBQs and more. For details ring Membership on 0844 5855 668 or visit our website : www.novabrighton.org.uk

THE SENIOR MONDAY CLUB

Meet every Monday between 10 – 12.30 at Marsh House, Southwick, BN42 4DL 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 07544594659

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

SHOREHAM RUBBER BRIDGE CLUB

Held at Shoreham Methodist Church Hall Thursdays 2pm - 4.30pm For more information Tel; 01903 535154

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. For more information contact southwickcameraclub@gmail.com

OUTHWICK ART CLUB

Meets Wednesdays 7.30 pm 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

Meet 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

Steyning Camera Club is a thriving club with a friendly atmosphere. It organises regular coffee mornings and practical workshops for its members. Every year, to raise funds, Steyning Camera Club organises a key wildlife illustrated lecture, by one of the country’s best wildlife photographers. Danny Green’s images have won many awards in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year, International Wildlife Photographer, European Nature Photographer and other prestigious international photographic competitions. He spends most of the year travelling the globe leading wildlife photographic holidays. If you interested in wildlife, come and be inspired. This event will take place at the Steyning Centre on Monday 28th October from 07.30 to 10 p.m., with a mid refreshment break/. Tickets are £7.50 each and can be purchased from the Steyning Camera Club website or The Steyning Bookshop.

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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 sfhorticulturalsociety@googlemail.com.

SUSSEX QUILTERS

We are an informal group who welcome beginners and established quilters. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month from 10am until 12 mid-day in the Deall Room at Southwick Community Centre. First visit is free to try us out. Annual fee is £15. For further information contact Anne Moncrieff (01273) 328215 or Angela Avis (01273) 595369

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 £10 per person per annum. Please contact the Secretary on 01273 597921 for more information.

U3A

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 The Burlington Hotel, Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3QLArrive for: 715pm, Start: 7:30pm, Finish 9:30pm. Everyone very welcome. For more information please contact Meg Heyworth on 07940838422, meg@heyworth. co.uk or visit www.worthingspeakers.org.uk

SPORTS AND LEISURE FOUR STEPS TO FAT LOSS EXERCISE CLASS

Shoreham centre main hall, Tuesdays, 7.15-8.15pm. Developed by experienced personal trainer to be super effective for fitness, weight loss and firming up so you can get the most from your workout. Includes aerobics, high intensity interval training, toning and tummy flatteners. Funky music and disco lights. Bring a towel for floorwork. £5 per class. For more information call Lucie on 07790 990198.

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.

60 + GENTLE EXERCISE TO MUSIC.

Full body workout to improve mobility loosen stiffness, feeling better, enjoy good company & fun. Just for January 2014 there are classes only for the 20th and 27th January – 11.15. Classes will continue as normal from February onwards except on Bank Holidays and all of August. Shoreham Centre room 2, £ 3.50 per class. For more information call Madeleine on 01903 248 253.

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ADULT DANCE CLASSES

BALLROOM/LATIN SOCIAL DANCE

every Thursday evening at Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, BN43 5WU. Doors open 7.30pm. Entry £5.00 including tea/coffee (No Tuition). Tel: Tom: 07765433684

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. www.adur.gov.uk/healthy

AEROBICS – EVENING CLASS

Wednesday @ 8pm Shoreham Centre Rm 8. All levels welcome. Improve your cardio and coordination. Drop in or contact Roshan t: 07707 890 672 e: roshancoe@yahoo.com £4.50 per class

AEROBICS

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

AIKIDO IN SHOREHAM

Learn the Japanese martial art of Shodokan aikido. Venue: The Shoreham community centre, 2 pond road, Shoreham. Tuesdays: 5.30 to 7 p.m. cost: £5 Great for confidence, posture, timing, fitness, co-ordination, strength, flexibility and well-being. First class free. Facebook: ‘Shoreham Aikido Club’. Beginners always wanted and welcome! Tel: 07947007567 email: matvince1@hotmail.com”

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 shorefit@live.co.uk

CORE, STRETCH AND TONE

A class aimed at working on core stability& increased strength, to tone and define muscles & improve fitness levels, and aid balance , coordination and posture. Tuesdays, 8-9pm, The Shoreham Centre (upstairs in room 6) £4.50 per session. Call Sarah 07885 205307 for info.

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 shorefit@ live.co.uk

PILATES

Interested in improving your flexibility and core strength? Try this new Pilates class catering for absolute beginners and those with some previous experience. Wednesday 7.15-8.15pm and 8.15 -9.15pm at Shoreham Community Centre £42 for a six-week course. For more information, please call Rachel on 0794 1092612 or email rachelattmere@ yahoo.co.uk

PILATES

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

PILATES

Mixed ability Pilates class: Wednesdays, 09.30-10.30 in room 8 at the Shoreham community centre. Pilates helps to increase strength of the pelvic floor, abdominal and back muscles, along with injury prevention. You will develop flexibility, strength and have fun! Please book to avoid disappointment. Contact Charlie (BSc, Polestar on 07780 660942. For more information, contact Charlie (BSc, polestar) on 07780 660942.

SOUTHWICK CRICKET CLUB

Southwick Cricket Club is looking for players of all ages and abilities and umpires and scorers for cricket on Southwick Green. Anyone interested should contact our club secretary Tania Martin on southwickcc@gmail.com for details. Cricket Nets at Shoreham Academy have already started in preparation for this coming season so please get in touch soon.

TAE KWON DO IN SHOREHAM

Tae Kwon Do Classes at The Shoreham community Centre: 2 pond Road, Shoreham. Room 8, Thursdays 6-7pm Adults class. Develop confidence, strength, discipline, health and well-being. Tel 07939 172 456 Free Trial lesson.

TENNIS

FITSTEPS

Improve your tennis and meet new players in the Adur and Worthing Singles Tennis League. Adults of all standards welcome. Entry £15 by Monday 17 March at www.localtennisleagues. com/adurandworthing/joinnow Email adurandworthingtennisleague@gmail.com

LOW IMPACT RUNNING

Yoga in Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Road, Shoreham on Tuesdays 7 8.30pm, Thursdays 10 - 11 am and Thursdays 6.15 7.15 pm. All welcome. Contact lucibailey@hotmail. com or ring 07939 267909

Ballroom exercise class for adutls, no partner needed. Learn the basic steps, bought toyou by the Strictly stars. Contact Sarah King, SK Dance@ skdance1.com. Tel:07522 035 055. £4.50 p/p discount cards available. Mondays 1.30pm. Adur Outdoor Activity Centre, Brighton Road. Learn to run with ease. Dai Richards will show you how to apply some simple Alexander Technique principles to your running. This will help you enjoy your running more and avoid joining the 70% or runners that suffer injury each year. Just starting out or seasoned marathon runner – there will be something for everyone. Booking essential! Sunday 6th January 11AM, Beach Green, Shoreham Beach. Contact: www.stophurting.co.uk 01273 382 092

LEGS BUMS AND TUMS

Tuesday evenings 7-8pm (upstairs in room 6) The Shoreham centre. £4.50 per session with an aerobic warm up and exercises aimed at toning legs, bums and tums! For more info call Sarah on 07885 205307

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YOGA

HATHA YOGA

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

HATHA YOGA & MEDITIATION CLASS

With Vidyadasa/ Ady Griffiths. Wednesdays 7.30 - 9pm. St Peters Church, West St, Shoreham. £8.50/£6.50

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PREGNANCY YOGA AND PREGNANCY YOGA AT THE SHOREHAM CENTRE

Saturdays: 9.15-10.45 hatha yoga (all levels welcome) 1100-1215 pregnancy yoga (suitable from 15 weeks onwards). Please call me on 07515917169 or email me at lynnejarrettyoga@ gmail.com to book your place. For more info about lynnejarrettyoga, please visit my website www. lynnejarrettyoga.co.uk

PREGNANCY YOGA

Stay Healthy and relaxed in pregnancy and prepare for birth. Wednesdays 4.45-6.15 and 6.30-8pm. The Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham. See www,yogilife.co.uk or call Rachael on 07779627756

MEDITATION IN MOTION

Tone your body, Calm your mind. Drop in beginners classes in Tai Chi and Qigong, suitable of all ages and fitness levels. Thursdays, 8:00pm - 9:00pm. £5. Church of the Good Shepherd Hall, Kings Walk, Shoreham Beach. Tel: 07540 829295 or email ShenmenTaiChi@hotmail.co.uk for details. Instructor Derek Pavely is registered with the Tai Chi Union for Great Britain.

TAI CHI

Thursday 8-9, Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Road, Shoreham: Yang Style, Chi Kung and Reiki. Please call Andrew Westgate: 07860 646269.’

60+ TAI CHI HEALTH CLASS

Wudang Style. Shoreham Community Centre, Pond Road. Friday 2-3pm £5 Room 8. For more info check www.taichi-brighton.com

MONDAY YOGA

Strengthen, stretch and relax both body and mind. Mondays 7-8.30pm. The Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham. See www,yogilife.co.uk or call Rachael on 07779627756

YOGA

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 anandi@tesco.net

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.

HEALTH & 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 (Mrs Pat Channen) on 01273-592867

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CARDIAC REHAB SUPPORT

Exercise classes supervised by qualified instructors every Wednesday and Friday 11.00 – 12.00 and Tai Chi classes every Monday 3-4pm at Shoreham Free Church Hall, Buckingham Road. Exercise classes also at Southlands Hospital Physio Dept, Upper Shoreham Road, Shoreham. Wednesdays 2.30 to 3.30 and at Southwick Christian Community Church, 1-5 Roman Crescent, Southwick. Fridays 2pm to 3pm.Carers welcome, £4 per session (£7 per couple). No need to book – just call in. www. cardiacrehabsupport.org.uk

CHILDREN AND BABIES / TODDLERS ACTIVITIES DONKEY TALES

Services for all family including story telling, songs, craft and cake at 3.30-4.30pm. Shoreham Baptist Church, Western Road,Shoreham. Dates27th April, 29ths June , 17th August, 19th October, 14th December. www.shorehambaptist.co.uk. Free.

CHURCH LANE NURSERY

Church Lane Nursery OFSTED inspected playschool offering morning, afternoon and all day sessions - term time only. Please call on 0771 2701720 or 07403 181186 or find us at www. churchlanenursery.co.uk.

ANTENATAL COURSE

Antenatal course with Parentskool - crash course in having a baby aged 0 to 6 months - is running every month for Shoreham parents-to-be. This is a unique course which teaches you all you need to know about caring for you baby. For more information www.parentskool.co.uk, call 01273 841101 or email info@parentskool .co.uk

CROCODOODLE

Creative Fun for Creative Kids. Join us every Wednesday and Friday during term time to paint, stick, splodge and splash at St. Peter’s Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham. Drop in any time between 9 and 11am. Open during half term and summer holidays, same times, but only on Fridays. Children aged 6 months to 8 years very welcome. First session just £3, then £6 per child, siblings half price. Block bookings available for cheaper sessions. Also Crocodoodle themed birthday parties - for a very special, very different and stress free party experience! See www.crocodoodle.co.uk or contact Maria 07967 198737.

KIMBALU MUSIC CLASSES

Kimbalu Music Classes are for parents/carers and their babies and pre-school children; singing together, playing with instruments, having fun with parachute, hoops, bubbles and scarves...and meeting kimba the friendly monkey! Opportunity to chat & have a cuppa & for the children to play before or after classes. Wednesday - Ropetackle Arts Centre 9.15, 10.15, 11.15am, Friday- Southwick Christian Community Church 9.30, 10.15, 11.00am. (11am is ‘drop in’ )For details or to book a place call Lorrie on 01273 464934, visit www.kimbalu.co.uk or email info@kimbalu.co.uk First class half price. Also in Hove.

LITTLE LIGHTS

Carers and Toddlers Singing Group. (0-school age). Every Thursday, 9.30-11.00am, in term time, at Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Road, Southwick. Sing with Puppets, Pictures, Ribbon Shakers, Instruments, Action Songs, Parachute Play, Come and meet Rainbow the Parrot!. Keyboard accompaniment and Songs displayed on a Screen. £1 per adult and £1 per child, no booking necessary. For more information, contact Yvonne on 07758 325556.

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BABY RHYMETIME

Fun with Rhymes, sons and musical instruments for babies and toddlers. Free! Southwick Library Tuesdays 11am. Shoreham Library - Tuesdays 10.15 and 11.30am

STORYTIME

Come and enjoy songs and stories in the library, ages under 5 free. Shoreham Library - 2.10pm

SCAMPS BABY AND TODDLER GROUP

Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30 am at St Peters Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham. £2.50 per family/ childminder, including tea/coffee and snacks (first visit free). Toys, art/crafts, singing with actions. For more information, please contact Pauline on 07745125567 or Caroline 07980282922

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 totsthatrock@gmail. com or visit www.totsthatrock.co.uk

NEW: TOTS THAT ROCK IN HOVE

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 or ukulele. Come and sing, dance or just chat and have fun in a relaxed a baby/child friendly atmosphere. £4 entry, £1 for extra siblings. Every Tuesday @ Noble House Bar , 324 Portland Road, Hove, BN3 5LF. 10.30am-11.30am. Free parking, No pre-booking, just turn up! Or call Allie 07961 363658, email totsthatrock@gmail.com or visitwww.totsthatrock.co.uk

CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES DEBUTOTS EARLY YEARS DRAMA

Debutots is a wonderfully interactive storytelling and dramatic session where YOU get to be part of your child’s imagination. Interactive storytelling and dramatic play for children aged between 2-5yrs. Sessions are very busy so booking is essential. Mondays, 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 email:ellie@debutots.co.uk. Also don’t forget to ask ellie about debutots birthday parties!

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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 7 upward) Tap & Modern 4.15 - 5.30pm Please call (01273) 452868 for more details.

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. I am 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

For a funky fun-filled afternoon of music, dance & entertainment for all the family! King Alfred Ballroom, Hove Seafront and at the Durrington Community Centre, Worthing Tickets from £7 www.dinkidisco.com, sales@dinkidisco.com, Tel: 07971 418789.

GIRLS BRIGADE

Girls Brigade is a Christian organisation for girls aged between 4 and 18 years of age. It is run by trained, CRB checked Officers, offering badge work, games, craft, cooking and other activities. Our motto is to seek, serve and follow Christ. We have a unit open every Tuesday, in term time, at Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Road, Southwick from 5.45pm to 9.00pm. For further details, please call 01273 597660

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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

CHINESE LESSONS FOR LITTLE ONES

Develop Confidence, Discipline and Health. From 5 years old at The Shoreham Centre on Thursdays from 5-6pm. Contact Tel: 07939 172 456. Free Trial lesson.

Learn Chinese through music and movement! Lively & fun, singing & music Chinese lessons for children aged 0-7 and their parents or carers. With live music (guitar or piano), toys, puppets, songs, activities, exercises, games, role plays, books, stories and much more! 45 minutes per session. Healthy snacks included. Babies, toddlers, preschoolers and schoolers welcome. Contact Xirong on mobile 07796 210160 or email zxirong@hotmail.com

TIGER’S EYE WRITERS

YOUTH ACTIVITIES

Relaxed and supportive creative writing workshops for 6-11 year olds at The Meetings Room in Shoreham Library, with imaginative games, focused writing activities and the opportunity to read work to the group and receive constructive feedback. 6-9’s meet alternate Saturdays 9.4511am, 9-11’s alternate Tuesdays 4-5.15pm. FIRST SESSION FREE then £6 per session, or £5 if you book a term in advance. See website to find out more and to read examples of our work www.sites. google.com/site/tigerseyewriters, or contact Tess on 07940 466035/tessjolly@yahoo.co.uk.

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TAE KWON DO CLASSES

ZUMBATOMIC CLASSES Zumba for kids! Mondays 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: sarah@sarahparker.co.uk 07885 205307

For 9-18 year olds, younger can attend with parent/ guardian. Saturdays 10-12noon, meet at car park by Adur Outdoor Activities Centre, Brighton Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5LT.To find out more see: www.vcjubilee.co.uk or call Dave Gerry 07808 061805 or email is Contact@vcjubilee.co.uk

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: southdowns@ helenogrady.co.uk or visit the website www.helenogrady.co.uk for more details.

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KINGSTON BUCI CHILDREN AND FAMILY CENTRE MIDDLE ROAD, SHOREHAM, BN43 6GA • TELEPHONE: 01273 467998

Kingston Buci Children and Family Centre offer a range of activities, services and support for families with children under five. Some of our activities and services are aimed at individuals who are not part of a family with children under five. Please see below for a summary of our activities, for more information about days and times please telephone the centre on 01273 467998.

ADULT ENGLISH COURSE: improve your English skills to help you get that much needed qualification. Please call the centre to register your interest on 01273 467998.Adult English for speakers of other languages: Contact the centre for more details ADULT MATHS: improve your Maths skills in a fun and friendly way. Please call the centre to register your interest on 01273 467998 ANTENATAL GROUP: please call the centre for more details BUMPS AND BABES: a drop in group for parents or carers with children under a year old. CHILDMINDERS’ DROP-IN: a two hour dropin session for childminders and their children. The group is a chance to meet, offer support to each other and socialise. Refreshments provided. DISABILITY BENEFITS ADVISOR: help and support to access correct disability benefits. ECZEMA SUPPORT GROUP: meet other parents/carers of children with eczema in relaxed and informal group . ESOL (ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES): this course can help you to

speak, read and write English correctly. You can also find out about life in the UK. Please call the centre to register your interest on 01273 467998 GRANDPARENTS GROUP: a drop-in group for Grandparents and their Grandchildren under 5. JOB CENTRE PLUS: weekly session for clients to attend and speak to an advisor. To book an appointment please call 0845 6043719 MIDWIVES CLINIC: please call the centre for an appointment MILK!: breast-feeding peer support group. Get together with other mums for support and information in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. PLAY AND LEARN TOGETHER: activity themed drop in session where parents or carers can have fun with their children (1-5yrs), in a warm relaxed atmosphere. RHYME TIME: a drop-in session for parents and carers and their under fives. Simple songs and rhymes with basic signs, actions, and instruments. SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DROP-IN: Speech and language drop-in sessions are provided bi-

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monthly at the centre. Please contact the centre for the next planned date. You can sign up for a slot on the day. TOY LIBRARY: We offer a variety of toys to encourage play & learning THERESE ERIKSEN HOMOEOPATHY CLINIC: (£15 a session). Please call 01273 462660 for more information or to book a session. WELL-BEING ADVISOR: friendly and impartial service to find out more about what support is available locally eg getting fitter, lose weight, eat well, stop smoking, kick a habit, drink sensibly, get more active, managing stress. WHIZZ KIDS: This group is aimed at children up to the age of 8 with any form of physical need. Siblings are welcome. ADUR, ARUN & WORTHING YOUNG PERSON’S COUNSELLING: held on a Wednesday between 2pm-5pm. Please contact Joe Osmond on 07739893707 for more information.

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