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MAY 2011

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

more medically what was happening to give all these amazing results. On my course as a Lymphoedema Therapist I learnt obesity is one of the causes of Lymphoedema, but this devastating condition actually happens very, very, very slowly. “You can diagnose early warning signs and visibly see the symptoms happening up to 5-10 years beforehand, and you can actually see these early stages in many overweight women, walking around. What is very sad, is they do not have any idea what is happening to them. And it`s all down to the lymphatic system becoming extremely sluggish and stagnant and basically being ignored, purely because we don`t understand how it works.”

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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 fgf.uk.com for more information about all our treatments and therapies.

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Shoreham & Southwick Editor’s comment

Hello Welcome to the May edition of the Inside Shoreham and Southwick Magazine. Well Spring is definitely here and it is so lovely to see the spring blossom on the trees. The early morning sun certainly adds a spring to ones step. With the great weather we are now having isn’t it a great time to get out in our gardens, so with that very thought in mind, this month, we have the latest garden tips from Mark getting the garden going, including what is the best way to make your own compost We also have many local events and local plays this month. Please do go through this months copy. Unfortunately, there are too many things that I can’t mention in this short space. On that note, I wish you a fabulous month and we will see you in June. Please do write, email us about any local events or activities or charity events you may be running or would like to promote locally. We would be happy to put it in the magazine. The deadline for the June edition is the 12th of May. Until then, best regards Angela

Inside this issue Friends of Ropetackle Membership scheme .......................................... 4 Bird of Fire .................................................................................................. 4 Just for Laughs-The Southwick Players .................................................... 4 Spot of Tennis ............................................................................................ 4 Mortgages for the self employed ............................................................. 6 Neighbourhood Police ............................................................................... 8

Hand delivered to over 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 2011. 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.

Get the garden going............................................................................... 10 Pirates of Penzance .................................................................................. 12 Political Skulduggery in Shoreham......................................................... 14 A Ring of Roses- Adur Theatre Company ............................................... 16 Southwick Beer Festival........................................................................... 20 What’s on................................................................................................... 31

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Friends of Ropetackle Membership Scheme

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opetackle Arts Centre is delighted to announce details of their re-launched Friends of Ropetackle membership scheme. Ropetackle’s Chairman of Trustees Martin Allan said: ‘by becoming a Friend of Ropetackle you not only receive discounts on tickets, and uniquely for an arts centre, get involved with our programming, but you’ll also benefit from a wide range of discounts from local businesses across Shoreham. From butchers to bakers to candlestick makers… businesses across Shoreham are joining the scheme, and will be kindly offering Friends of Ropetackle generous discounts. We want to play a central role in Shoreham’s cultural life, and we see our Friends scheme as a way of helping to connect Shoreham’s business community with Shoreham’s thriving arts and culture scene’ Friends of Ropetackle annual membership costs £15 for individuals, or £25 for a couple. Friends receive numerous ticket discounts throughout the year, a £6 voucher (to be spent at the box office or the bar), an invitation to join Ropetackle’s programming meetings, plus a wide range of discounts from businesses of all types across Adur. They will also be offered occasional free tickets and give-aways. Ropetackle regular and renowned jazz musician Herbie Flowers said: ‘Ropetackle? A life keeping experience! The team that work there, us who play there, the choir, the recitals, the workshops, the laughs. Want a friend? Be a Friend!’ Ropetackle Friends scheme is kindly being coordinated by our 100th volunteer Ann Russell. Like the overwhelming majority of people who staff Ropetackle, Ann is giving up her time and expertise on a voluntary basis. Ann Russell said: ‘Ropetackle is an exciting and unique venue with entertainment to suit all tastes – become a Friend and enjoy the benefits to the full!’ To discuss becoming a Friend of Ropetackle or joining the scheme as a business partner, please contact Friends Coordinator Ann Russell on friends@ropetacklecentre.co.uk or call 01273 464440, visit: www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk.

Just for LAUGHS

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ocal funny man ‘H’ Reeves has attracted some of the finest comedic talent in Shoreham and Southwick to present Just for Laughs – a comedy review show to be staged at The Barn Theatre in June by the award winning Southwick Players. The comedy show will include stand-up routines, comedy song and dance numbers, comic verse and sketches – all designed to have the audiences crying (with laughter) in the aisles. ‘H’, who is directing the show assisted by Southwick Players members Ian Churchill and Sally Diver, said, ‘ So what is Just for Laughs? It’s something old, it’s something new, it’s something borrowed but not too blue. It is a thimbleful of this, a soupcon of that and a sprinkling of the other.’ Just for Laughs will take place between Thursday 23 June – Saturday 25 June 2011 at 7.30pm at The Barn Theatre, Southwick. Tickets are on sale now priced at £10.00: Box Office 01273 597094 or secure online bookings at www.southwickplayers.org.uk

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BIRD OF FIRE f you loved I

ALL THINGS WEIRD AND WONDERFUL – the hit of the 2010 Adur Festival – then you’ll be delighted to learn that playwright, Jenny Pulling has tapped into Shoreham by Sea’s history once again to come up with another fascinating story for 2011. Green Man and psychic Louise return in a magical openair production, BIRD OF FIRE in the atmospheric churchyard of St Mary de Haura. When mysterious Celtic lady Fay gets lost in Shoreham she turns Knight Hospitaller Stephen’s life upside down. His faith and vow of chastity is challenged when they fall in love. But Fay’s mysterious travelling companions return for her and the brief encounter must end. Drama ad humour with a touch of the surreal, BIRD OF FIRE is sure to attract all ages and interest anyone with a romantic streak in their veins. Jenny who recently won the Clemence Dane award for her play HOMECOMING says: ‘the ancient herb garden in the churchyard has always fascinated me wit its link with the Knights Hospitaller who once lived in the town. They healed the many pilgrims who passed through on their way to Rome and Santiago de Compostela. Now supposing one of these pilgrims is a beautiful woman… the plot grew from there.’ With a cast of professional actors, magical music and spectacular costumes, Seashore Theatre Company’s latest production BIRD OF FIRE is unmissable. The event has been generously supported by the Co-operative Community Fund. It is free with a retiring collection. Performances: 4/5 11/12 and 18 June at 4.00 pm.

For more information on the production, writing workshops and events, visit www.shorewrite.org.uk or call Jenny on 01273 454867

SPOT OF TENNIS ANYONE?

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ussex County Lawn Tennis Club are pleased to invite you to play tennis for free, from Saturday 7th -Satuday 14th May 2011. The Tennis club, at Kingston Lane, Southwick, is hosting a variety of tennis based activities, during the open week. Why not try out the club sessions, have a go at Cardio tennis, test out the latest tennis rackets or maybe even have your technique analysed with Coach Helen Mitchell's video analysis sessions. A complete listing of all the weeks activities can be found on our club website at www.scltc.co.uk Adults and Juniors are welcome to play at our Tennis Club throughout the week. Everyone is welcome to attend any session at the club. For further information contact Helen Mitchell (Club Coach Tel:07934 670482) or Sally Flood (Club Secretary Tel:01273 461811) or email us. Come and join in, it's fun and FREE To advertise call: 01273 452065


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mortgages for the Self employed

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f you aRe self employed and looking for a mortgage, times could be tricky. Previously you could fall back on self certification mortgages, but as these have disappeared from the market you could find things much more difficult. Now income has to be proved, which puts you in a totally different situation to before. So, what do lenders look for from self employed people? When you are self employed your accountant will always try and minimise your income, meaning less tax to pay. This is fine, but now you have to prove your income to get a mortgage this can seriously impede the amount you can borrow.

…now you have to prove your income to get a mortgage…

There are a couple of lenders who will use your profit figures, and your salary, but if we are to approach those lenders, you would need to fit all of their lending criteria, which may not be the case. These may be the lenders who don’t offer the best rates for your situation.

In essence, if you are a self employed person, some prior planning before your accounts are finalised can make all the difference. If you would like to discuss this with me, to see where you stand, please feel free to call me, Claire Cook on 01273 224667. I would be very happy to assist. 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.

Sole traders and partnerships If you are a sole trader your net profit will be used as income. Some lenders will use the average of the last two or three years, some will use the most recent year’s figure if this is the highest. Some people think lenders will use the gross income figures, the actual income into your company. This is not the case, the lenders will use the net income, ie the income after expenses, the amount you pay tax on. This is the figure you would normally try to minimise. If you are trading as a partnership, the lender will use your percentage share of the net profit figures.

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What about Limited Companies? Some individuals trade as a Limited Company which can be very tax efficient. Income is normally taken as a small salary, plus dividends. Most people in this situation just take what they need, which makes sense. They don’t take all of the profit from the company as income, they leave it there. This is fine, and makes sense, but most lenders don’t take a very flexible view on this. Most will take literally only the money you have taken from the company as income, ie the salary and dividends. So, if your company has made thousands but you left it in the company, this will not be taken as income. So, if you are working in this way, and you know you may be looking for a mortgage soon, it might be worth speaking to a financial adviser such as myself to discuss your situation. Sometimes, in current times, it may be worth planning how you take your income from your company. Once you are clear, then you can turn to your accountant for advice. 6

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t 01273 224667 w www.talkmoney.co.uk Your local Independent Financial Adviser Talk Money is 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. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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Neighbourhood Policing MEET YOUR PCSOs

PCSO Nicola hawthorn Buckingham and St. Nicolas Wards RECENT NEWS

In the past few of weeks, across both wards, we have had a couple of incidents where males have knocked on front and back doors of properties reporting to be from the council. These are not genuine council workers and we would like to remind you not to allow anyone access to your property without checking ID. If you deem it necessary phone the company they say they are representing. If in doubt keep them out and call 999 in an mergency.

SCHOOL RUN PARKING

A polite reminder to the parents and carers that drive children to the local schools on the ward, please park safely and sensibly. Parking on Zig Zag lines, Double Yellow Lines, Junctions and in Bus Stops is dangerous and illegal. Fixed Penalty Notices will be issued to those drivers seen parking in dangerous positions.

NEIGHBOURHOOD MEETING - 11 MAY

Finally, the neighbourhood panel meeting is due to be held on Wednesday May 11th at 1830 hours at the bowling pavilion in Buckingham Park. If you are interested in attending please come in to Shoreham Police Station in Ham Road to find out some more information.

SUMMERTIME SECURITY Summer is a time of warm days when windows, doors and garages are often left open, and tools and valuables may be left lying around outside. Sussex Police has re-launched Operation Sunshine, to provide simple crime prevention reminders to make homes more secure during the summer months.

Secure your home...

• If you are out in the back garden, ensure that your front door is secure. • Put your garden tools and games away into a secure garage or tools shed after using them, they could be used to break into your home. • Remember to close and lock your windows and doors before going out, or to bed. • Keep all wallets, purses, credit cards, car keys and other valuables out of sight. • Outside security lighting as well as a visible alarm helps deter burglars. • f a stranger comes to the door unannounced, do not let them in – genuine callers will be happy to make an appointment. If in doubt, keep them out. • If you are out in the countryside, put your belongings out of site, and take your bag or wallet with you. Even an old coat left inside could be enough temptation. If you would like any advice on marking your valuables, Information is available at Shoreham Police Station. You can contact us direct at Shoreham front office or go to: http://www.sussex.police.uk/your-neighbourhood/yourdistrict/adur-and-worthing to find out who your local NPT team is & their contact details. Have a fun and safe start to the Summer months.

Details of your local cafficers, current priorities and dates of local meetings are available on-line at www.sussex.police.uk (enter your postcode) or by telephone by calling Shoreham Police Station on 0845 60 70 999.

ALWAYS CALL 999 IN AN EMERGENCY


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Mortgages Pensions Investments Insurance 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. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.


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ell I Hope you all made the most of the lovely double bank holiday weekends over Easter. A great chance to get out in the garden, get some work done and just enjoy the garden at this time of year. I’ve managed to get a whole array of seeds and seedlings planted and I can almost taste the fruits of my labour, with the strawberry plants fattening up nicely ready for Wimbledon in a few weeks time! One of the big problems many people have in the garden is composting and how to actually make it work. We go into so many gardens where there is just a large moulding heap of mess sitting in the corner, which will still be there in years to come, with more being added to it. If a compost heap is done properly it can produce wonderful results, which help cut down on the trips to the dump and save money in the garden centres avoiding the need to buy compost. One of the first mistakes people make is siting the heap. Because most containers are not the nicest thing to look at, they get shoved away in a dark corner of the garden out of sight. The problem with this is they are invariably in a shady corner, where they get little sun and heat. The heat is essential to start the process and encourage the microorganisms to do their work in breaking down the waste. So if you can put it somewhere where it will get sun, so much the better. It’s also better to have it closer to the house, as you are more likely to make the trip from the kitchen to place waste material in it, rather than 10

walking all the way down the garden. The most important thing is what goes into it and how it is put in. It is important to have a good mix of material. Woody items are needed to help give the compost some body, but general waste and grass mowings are needed to help introduce nitrogen, so good for plants, and to the help the process along. The heap should have a good mixture and it is important that you do not build up layers of each, like a big lasagne. The compost needs to be able to breath to allow the process to work, so every now and then give it a good mix up with a fork. In terms of kitchen waste, you should only put in raw vegetable peelings, as any cooked items won’t break down, and scraps such as meat will attract vermin. Other waste such as tea bags, shredded newspaper or coffee grinds are also ideal. Another mistake we often see is that people put the bins on paving slabs or concrete. If you can avoid this it is better for it to be on the bare soil. This allows the worms and bacteria to get up into the heap and speed things up. I sometimes pop some worms in that get dug up to help as well. A well worked heap can be ready in 4-6 months. It will give you a real sense of satisfaction seeing a rich dark compost come out of the bottom, knowing it was free and it helped cut down on the waste. It is quite amazing how much waste will fit into an average sized bin. If you don’t like the look of the plastic bins, then it’s a relatively in-expensive option to have a

timber one made up to suit your garden. Hopefully that’s inspired some of you to give it a try and get rid of the big smelly mess sitting in the garden, I’m not sure how many more of them I can face clearing! Mark Oakley, Any Garden.

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Pirates of Penzance

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veR 50 younGsteRs aged 8-18 years old, will take to the stage in swashbuckling style in June for Brighton Theatre Group Youth’s (BTGY) Broadway revival production of The Pirates of Penzance (Pirates). ‘Pirates’ is a comic opera in two acts, with music by the renowned Victorian partnership of composer Arthur Sullivan and librettist W.S. Gilbert. Gilbert and Sullivan collaborated on

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fourteen comic operas and ‘Pirates’ is a full on musical romp full of great songs, larger than life characters and great comedy – essential ingredients for a family show and loved by audiences for over 100 years. Thirty years ago Broadway decided to give the show its own special touch and the revival has played to packed houses since then and been made into a film. With superb performances from 17 year old Laurence Young (from Lewes) as the Pirate King and 16 year old Rory Maguire (from Hove) as the Major General the cast offers a wealth of young talent in the guise of the General’s daughters, policemen and pirates. Fifteen year old Ollie Wray (from Brighton) plays the love struck pirate Frederick with Frances Wood (15, from Rottingdean) taking the female lead as Mabel. ‘Pirates’ tells the story of Frederic, who, at 21 years old, is released from his apprenticeship to a band of tender-hearted pirates. He meets Mabel, the daughter of Major-General Stanley, and the two young people fall instantly in love. Frederic finds out, however, that he was born on 29 February, and so, technically, he only has a birthday each leap year. His apprenticeship indentures state that he remains apprenticed to the pirates until his 21st birthday, and so he must serve for another 63 years. Bound by his own sense of duty, Frederic's only solace is that Mabel agrees to wait for him faithfully.

Following on from BTGY’s sell out successes of Hairspray and Footloose, ‘Pirates’ will be performed at The Windmill Theatre, at Blatchington Mill School in Neville Road, Hove from Wednesday June 1st to Saturday June 4th from 7.30pm (matinee performance on Sat June 4th at 2.30pm). Tickets priced from £10 are available now from the box office tel: 01273 583478 or online at: www. brightontheatregroup.ticketsource.co.uk

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Political Skulduggery In Shoreham

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n 1701, a Mr Nathaniel Gould, a prospective parliamentary candidate for Shoreham visited the town. Hoping to be elected, he sent the town crier to shout out the message for all voters to go to the King’s Arms where they would receive a guinea each to “drink to Mr Gould’s health”. Most voters accepted the guinea and Mr Gould was duly elected as Member of Parliament. The defeated candidate for the seat then petitioned Parliament citing Gould’s bribery of the voters. The House expelled Gould, but at the next vote, Shoreham voters promptly re-elected him. In 1751 it was noted by Dr. Burton that the townsfolk of Shoreham “get rich every seven years by pocketing gifts for their votes.” Things were not about to get better. It is not known when an organisation called the Christian Society or Christian Club of Shoreham was founded. It was certainly thriving in the 1700s, having been formed to distribute charity to the town’s poor. Whether or not the poor did actually receive much money from the society it subject to speculation. A scheme drawn up in 1767 was very elaborate but the sums it intended paying out were extremely small and there is no record as to whether the payout even happened. Never the less the Christian Society met monthly at The Star Inn, when a flag would be raised to indicate a meeting was taking place. Members of the Christian Society had to be elected and the only people elected to it were those who were already a parliamentary elector of the

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St. Mary’s church, the chosen venue for elections in Shoreham

Borough of New Shoreham. In 1770 less than 150 men in Shoreham held that privilege and of those 80 were members of the society. When a new member was elected he had to give the Society a bond of £500, which in those days was a tidy sum. Furthermore he must vow ‘to keep secret the affairs of the club, and not to break it up.’ Once a man had joined, resigning from the Society was not an option. The society had a regular clerk, but not a committee, unless an emergency occurred at which time a ‘special committee’ consisting of five members might be elected. In 1770, Shoreham was not a municipal borough and did not have its own charter or mayor. Being a manor, its local officers were appointed by the Lord of the Manor’s Court Leet. The only local officers appointed in Shoreham were the High Constable and the Town Crier. The role of High Constable involved being the returning officer at election time, and the post in 1770 was occupied by a sail-maker named Mr. Hugh Roberts.

When Sir Samuel Cornish, one of the borough members of the council died, a by-election was held in St. Mary’s church to choose a new parliamentary member. Until 1826 the church remained the chosen venue elections in Shoreham. It was at this time an open rather than secret ballot, and five candidates came down from London, with their agents, to be interviewed by a committee from the Christian Society at the Star Inn. Of these three candidates were chosen to stand, with Thomas Rumbold polling 87 votes, John Purling receiving 37 and William James, 4. The returning officer however queried 76 of Rumbold’s votes and elected the second place Purling instead. This act in itself was illegal but it turned out that the returning officer, a member of the Christian Society himself, had discovered that the club had negotiated the sale of its members’ votes to the highest bidder. Eighty-one members of the Christian Society were prosecuted and stripped of the right to vote in future elections. The constituency was enlarged to increase the whole of the Bramber area, which meant there were 1,300 voters instead of 130. The idea being that a larger number of voters meant too many people for anyone to afford to bribe them. This endeavour was not entirely successful as it really just meant in future the candidates for election had to be considerably richer. It seemed that political skulduggery in Shoreham would continue in one shape or another for some time yet. Judy Upton

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Ring of Roses

The Shoreham Centre Box Office: 01273 591933 www.adurtheatre.co.uk Tickets £10

A Musical - By kind permission of Darren Vallier - www.valliermusicals.co.uk

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oR tHe fIRst time in their 30 year history Adur Theatre Company (ATC) will present a full- length musical theatre production in this year’s Adur Festival. Directed and musically directed by Mark Hall, assisted by Sarah Milner, A Ring of Roses by Darren Vallier will be performed at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea from June 1-4. A Ring of Roses is set in 1665, during 16

the devastation of the plague and is loosely based on historical fact. Through music and words it tells the story of a group of children separated from their village and families to safeguard them from the ravages of the plague. A beautiful musical score, often haunting, also includes some comic relief and leads the audience through tragedy and laughter to a positive conclusion.

Mark Hall said, ‘We had a huge interest in the show with over 60 adults and children turning up to audition. I performed in this show myself as a child and have a special love for it and am delighted to have the opportunity to showcase the wonderful music of Darren Vallier in the Adur Festival.’ A Ring of Roses June 1-4 2011. Show starts at 7.30pm each evening with a matinee performance on Saturday June 4th at 2.30pm. Tickets priced at £10 are available now on line at: www. adurtheatre.co.uk or tel: box office 01273 591933. To advertise call: 01273 452065


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Friends of Shoreham Fort Start the Adur Festival with a BANG!!! Saturday 4th June 2011 Cannon Firing and Military History Day From 11:30am

Come and experience re-enactments from every period of the forts history 1857 1857-1945 The Fort Cumberland Guard Firing their cannon and muskets 1860’s

The Royal Sussex Living History Group Firing rifles 1880-1918

23rd Sussex Home Guard Also firing weapons. 1939-1945

Learn what its like to be a soldier and have lots of fun with 3 of the best groups in the South At the same time as helping us raise funds for the ongoing maintenance and development Of Shoreham’s Old Fort. Other stands include National Coastwatch Institution, Shoreham Beach Residents Association, Shoreham WI and a face painter.

For more information Call 07787 994815 or visit www.shorehamfort.co.uk


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ome vIsIt soutHwIck Community Centre’s annual beer festival, this year again over three days on the Spring Bank Holiday weekend: Friday May 27th until Sunday May 29th. Admission price has been kept the same for the fourth year running, yet there will again be over 60 casks of beer and cider available all sourced by our beer-master. Together with its pleasant gardens, live music, homecooked food plus barbecue it’s a great way to relax with friends over a pint or two! For full details visit the festival website www.southwickbeerfestival.co.uk Friday night music kicks off the festival in great style with local icons KXB, playing their special brand of rock covers. Tickets £5 (£6 on the door) no concessions. 6.30pm – 11.30pm. On Saturday afternoon music will feature Barabajagal – Blues, Folk and Country covers mixed with clever original material, and acoustic duo Double Back plus guests. All in the garden, weather permitting. Tickets £5. Under 14’s free. 12 noon – 5.30pm. Saturday night live on stage will be Iron Tyger. Making their Barn debut at last year's Rockin The Barn. This female-fronted five-piece band took the place by storm with their 80's rock revival experience! For all who love the classic rock anthems – not to be missed! Tickets £5 (£6 on the door) no concessions. 7pm-11.30pm. Sunday afternoon is when the challenge is on to drink them dry, so when the beer’s gone it’s gone. You take your chance on what’s left from the previous sessions. Free entry. Times 12 noon – 4pm or when drunk dry, whichever is the sooner. All under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets available at the

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Centre office (01273 592819), Monday-Friday 9am-3pm. (Please note the Centre office is unable to take credit cards). Box Office (01273 597094) Monday-Friday 7.30pm-9pm. Tickets can also be purchased via the festival website. Please note online and credit card bookings are subject to a £1.00/ticket booking fee. It is advisable to purchase tickets in advance as some sessions last year were sold out so admission on the door cannot be guaranteed.

Cask Sponsorship The aim of the Beer Festival is to raise income for Southwick Community Association, which is then used to upgrade facilities and further develop the Centre for all sections of the local community to enjoy. With over 60 casks of real ale and cider available, we are inviting local individuals and businesses to support the festival by way of a sponsorship of just £50 per cask. This will also include their name on the cask, entry in the Festival Programme as well as two complimentary tickets for a session of their choice. Alternatively a second package is available at a bargain £25 per cask. As we are expecting more than 1000 people to come through our doors over the weekend this gives an excellent opportunity for contributors to be part of what has become a very high profile local community event.

If you are interested in giving the Beer Festival your support through sponsorship please call the office on 592819 or email: enquiries@southwickcommunitycentre.org.uk

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3 May – 27 May: Friends of Shoreham Beach

Has a Local Nature Reserve Exhibition in the Marlipins Museum Gallery. The museum has a fascinating range of exhibits and the entrance fee (£3 for adults, £1.75 for children) covers both the main museum and the gallery. Well worth a visit, the museum is open from 10.30am until 4.30pm from Tuesday to Saturday. Strandline finds can be brought to the museum on 21 May for identification. More details from Joy Daintree, Friends of Shoreham Beach, on 01273 462584.

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.

Church Lane Nursery

OFSTED registered sessional playschool in Church Lane Southwick. Term time Monday - Friday 09.15 - 12.15. Contact 0771 2701720 or 07403 181186 for further details.

Southwick & Shoreham Country Market

Open on Friday mornings between 9.15 and 11am.The market is held in the Garden 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.

Southwick Community Association

The Individual Members Section hold Whist Drives every week at Southwick Community Centre starting at 2.00pm on Mondays It is also held on alternate Thursday at 2.00pm. Every Friday Solo Whist at 2.00pm. Please call 01273461955 for further information.

WASPIG

The Worthing And Shoreham Psychic Information Group now meets on alternate Thursday evenings. Perfect for anyone with psychic or spiritual leanings. We offer discussions on mediumship, healing, manifestations and all spiritual matters. There is also optional, easy meditation and beginners are just as welcome as the more experienced. We meet in warm, friendly and comfortable surroundings and all are welcome. For more information please contact Jeremy or Pam on 01903 209938.

LOCAL EVENTS AT THE ROPETACKLE Herbie’s Jazz Breakfast

Another Look At Steve's Fake Book, with Charlotte Glasson on Saxes, Steve Wrigley guitar, Sam Glasson kit, and Herbear on bass. A masterclass on ‘how to survive in the music business and be happy’. May 2011 Sunday May 1st 2011

May Ceilidh with Kate’s Kitchen Band

Kate’s Kitchen Band play music that will get you dancing! They believe in giving the audience a good time. And the Caller teaches all dances, so no prior knowledge is needed. Sunday May 1st 2011 Starts 11.00am Tickets £9, £2 for under 14s. Saturday 7th May 2011 Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £9

Georgie Fame in Concert

Georgie Fame & Sons. Monday May 9th 2011. Tickets: £25 first 4 rows of seats, £22.50 seated, £20 standing.

What’s on in May Walter Strauss Walter has collaborated with wide-ranging talents, including 2010 Grammy-winning kora player Mamadou Diabate, roots songstress Corinne West, Wassoulou hunter’s harp player Mamadou Sidibe, and guitar virtuoso Alex de Grassi. Thursday 12th May 2011.Tickets: £25 first 4 rows of seats, £22.50 seated, £20 standing.

Musa M’Boob & XamXam African Night Fever presents Musa M’Boob & XamXam: African drumming and dance workshop.The experts from African Night Fever will be leading a very special African drumming and dance workshop from 3pm til 6pm. £7 adults, £3 for children. Please pay on arrival. Friday 13th May 2011.Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £10 full price, £8 concessions

Wilko Johnson With support from Eight Rounds Rapid. Julien Temple’s documentary film about Dr. Feelgood 'Oil City Confidential' was premiered in October 2009 to critical acclaim and has lead to a recent frenzy of interest in Wilko, the eccentric star of the film. Don't miss this bona-fide UK guitar legend and his brilliant band blast Ropetackle! Saturday 14th May 2011 Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £15

Laura Ward & The Risen Road Home-grown talent abounds. Already a local legend and regular on the Sussex music circuit, Shoreham based Laura Ward and members of her band, The Risen Road, perform a set of original roots tunes plus new and vivid interpretations of songs from the traditional canon. Wednesday 18th May 2011 Tickets £6.

Elvis McGonagall, Harry Zevenbergen & Attila the Stockbroker By public demand – an evening of performance poetry at Ropetackle. Thursday 19th May 2011 Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £8

Barnstormers Comedy Club Three top comics and a barrel of laughs! Saturday night out at Ropetackle with three top comics from the UK comedy circuit and beyond. Saturday 21st May 2011 Starts 8.30pm. Tickets £12 in advance, £13.50 on the door.

Barry Cryer & Ronnie Golden Saturday 28th May 2011 Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £15.

The Noise Next Door’s Comedy Club Sunday May 29th 2011. Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £16 – includes a delicious supper

ADULT DANCE CLASSES 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.

Hip Hop Dance in the South East. Classes open to all in Worthing, Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Bognor Regis and beyond. VIRTUE Worthing’s performance group will be launching in Worthing from September 2010 where dancers can be auditioned at any time throughout the year in rehearsals. For More info: Vikkie@ t21dance.com / 07900 681355 www.t21dance.com

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Zumba

The latin-inspired, easy to folllow dance fitness party! Feel the music and let loose. Classes at Southwick Community Centre: Mondays: 7.30pm-8.30pm, Tuesdays: 7pm-8pm & 8.159.15pm, Wednesdays: 6.45pm-7.45pm, Thursdays: 10.45am11.45am. Please ring Rebecca on 07933380231 or email beccawatts@hotmail.co.uk to book!

Lazy River Square Dance Club

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

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 www. danceaholics.co.uk.

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

Shoreham Centre on Tuesday evenings. Beginners and Improvers courses start every 4 weeks. No need to bring a partner. 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

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) Also Tea Dance with tuition every Monday afternoon 1.30pm to 4.00pm £3.00 each including tea and biscuits (First afternoon FREE) Information call Mike on 01273 592194 or visit our website www.southwicksequenc.speedy.uk.net

Strictly Dancing with Lisa

'Learn a variety of dance styles in a fun, friendly environment (not partner dancing; learn in lines) so each week is different! Mondays 6.15-7.15pm (Main Hall) and Thursdays 1.45-2.45pm (Room 3) at The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. For more info contact Lisa on 07939 248871 / lisa@strictlydancingwithlisa. co.uk'

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@talk21.com

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.

What’s on in May Children Dance 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.

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. Watch your dinki ones grow in confidence and coordination as they explore the exciting world of creative dance and movement. Dinki Dancers encourages toddlers to enjoy different dancing styles and themes, play dancing games and experiment with fun props and costume – all to funky music! Classes also help to develop toddlers’ rhythm, social and motor skills and appreciation of music and dance. 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.

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

Adur Art Club Meets Tuesdays 7.30pm – 9.30pm & Thursdays 2pm – 4pm. Room 8, Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham. Membership £40 per annum. For more info please visit http://aartc.webs. com

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

Creative Writing Workshops: Unleash your imagination Workshops in central at Shoreham Library. The group will go in an exhibition for the Adur Festival. Group meets alternative Friday mornings 10am to 11.30 am at the Shoreham Library. I shall also be running a Writers Retreat on the lovely island of Gozo in April. A chance to get away from it all, spend time writing in the company of other writers and explore Gozo.For more information call Jennifer on 01273 454867

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

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Music Workshops

Bead Group

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

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

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 www.shorehamoratorio-choir.co.uk

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

SAM’s Drum up Workshop Rock School Intensive Course, Ha rmonica Workshop plus lots more For more information please visit www.sussexmusic.com or call FREE on 0800 756 9411 Sussex Academy of Music

couRses, cluBs and woRksHops 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. Using the excellent facilities at Southwick Community Centre, Shoreham Academy and local libraries there really is a learning opportunity on your doorstep! For further information 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, including a NEW venue for daytime classes at Southwick Community Centre, also local libraries and King's Manor Community School (Wednesday Eves). Brochures available from libraries and Southwick Community Centre. For further info call 0845 601 0161

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.

NOVA 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: www.novabrighton.org.uk

The Senior Monday Club Meets 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.

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

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

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

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 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.

ADuR Book Club for the over 60’s

Steyning Camera Club

cluBs Adur Valley Bridge Clubs- Shoreham

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

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 www.steyningcc.org.uk.

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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: shorehamknits@yahoo. co.uk

Shoreham Horticultural & Allotment Society

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

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.

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. Further information regarding the society can be obtained from the Secretary on 01903 241433.

Sussex Quilters

Meet the first Wednesday in the month from 10am to 12 noon in the Deal Room, Southwick Community Centre, Southwick. Workshops, speakers, demonstrations etc. Annual subscription £15, monthly sub £2. New members welcome. For further information please contact: Anne Moncrieff (01273) 328215

Wick Theatre Company

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

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 01903 752719 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 (01323) 872487, meg@heyworth.co.uk or visit www. worthingspeakers.org.uk

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.

What’s on in May 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.

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.

Circuits Exercise Class Every Tuesday 8-9pm,Main Hall, The Shoreham Centre. Call Sarah 07885 205307 for details. Every Tuesday 11.15am12.30pm. Location: The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5WU

Yoga 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 rebecca@ youryoga.org.ukwww.youryoga.org.uk

FuNdamentals with Sports Xtra new to Shoreham! Starts Tuesday 2nd November 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 www.earlyyearsfundamentals.co.uk

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

Nordic Walking Taster Sessions – Free A great outdoor, social workout for all ages and fitness levels. The taster session is a one hour introduction to this effective walking technique using Nordic Walking Poles for propulsion & for exercising the upper body as well as the lower body. The sessions are on Monday at 6.30pm at Buckingham Park. Height adjustable walking poles are provided in limited numbers so pre booking is essential. Contact Lesley Hamman on 07576 390631 or 01273 591609 or email lesleyh21@hotmail.co.uk. Future progression sessions offered at reasonable rates if signing up on the day.

55+ Exercise to music To loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Every Monday from 1.45pm – 2.30pm at St. Julian’s Church Hall, Rectory Road, Shoreham. £3 per session. For more details please call Susan on (01273) 249600.

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Pilates Mixed ability drop-in Pilates classes at the Shoreham Centre on Tuesdays 9.30 am, Thursday 6.30 pm & Fridays 5.30 pm. For more details ring Jenny on 01273 454041.

Pregnancy Yoga Gentle yoga to help your body adapt to the changes of pregnancy, prepare for birth and meet other mums-to-be. The classes are on Wednesdays 4.45-6.15 and 6.30-8pm at the Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd., Shoreham by Sea. Enquiries call Rachel on 01273 386121, email rachel.claridge@gmail.com and for more information see www.yogilife.co.uk

Thursdays – 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 lucibailey@ hotmail.com

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

Older Adults T’ai Chi Tuesdays 1.30pm – 2.30pm. £3. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W: www. shorehamcentre.co.uk

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. Social events are arranged with the occasional trip. Transport is restricted but can possibly be arranged in certain circumstances. Applications can only be accepted from persons living in the Adur area. Further details or enquiries should be made to the Secretary (Stan Ford) on 01273-453760

Cardiac Rehab Support Exercise classes supervised by qualified instructors are held every Wednesday and Friday 11.15 - 12.15 and Tai Chi classes every Monday 3 - 4 pm at Shoreham Free Church Hall, Buckingham Road. Exercise classes also at Southlands Hospital, Cardiac Rehab Unit, Cedar Ward Wednesdays 2.30 - 3.30 pm and Fridays 2-3pm Carers welcome. £3 per session (£5 per couple). Just turn up or ring (01273) 455239 for more details. www.cardiacrehabsupport.org.uk

What’s on in May BaBIes and toddleRs DEBuTOTS EARLY YEARS DRAMA Debutots is a unique blend of interactive storytelling and dramatic play where imaginations soar, communication grows and creativity and confidence gently blossom. Taking part in a Debutots class will delight your child and inspire you to play more imaginatively together. NOW a FAMILY CLASS (mixed ages from 1yrs –4yrs). Suitable for different ages, still lots of fun, great for siblings – come along and join in the fun! Class at St Peters RC Church Hall, West Street Shoreham by Sea. MONDAY 10-11amPlease Contact Ellie for more info or to book a FREE trial Tel: 01273 245673 or email:ellie@debutots.co.uk. Payments can be made for Full or half terms as well as Drop in spaces available. 10% discount given on full terms booked and Group Discounts given to parties of 3 or more adults/children. ALSO DON’T FORGET TO ASK ELLIE ABOUT DEBUTOTS BIRTHDAY PARTIES !!!!

Dinki Dancers 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.

Tot's That Rock Baby, Toddler & Pre-school music group (0-5) every Monday & Friday 10.30-11.30am at The Bridge Inn on Shoreham High Street. We run throughout school holidays too. Sing-along songs, action dances, musical instruments, bubble machine, audience participation and more! All accompanied by live acoustic guitarist.Come and join in the singing and dancing or just chat with other mums/dad/carers, in a relaxed and child/ baby friendly atmosphere. No pre-booking or registering just turn up. Admission £3.75. Call Allie or Sarah on 07961 363658 for more info.

Little Angels Baby and Toddler Group (0 to school age). Wednesdays 12.45 to 2.45pm at St Michael’s and All Angels Church Hall, Church Lane, Southwick. Enjoy a light lunch, participate in songs, stories and encourage your infants to create something wonderful! £1.50 per child over 6 months, and a donation for lunch. Enquiries to Sue Hayes on (01273) 593137.

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

Kimbalu Music classes Music classes for parents/carers and their babies and preschool children; singing together, playing with instruments & having fun. Classes at 9.30. 10.15. 11.00.Wednesdays – Shoreham Baptist Church. Thursdays – Kingston Buci Children & Family Centre.Fridays – Southwick Christian Community Church. For details or to book a place call Lorrie on 01273 464934 or visit www.kimbalu.co.uk £4.00 per family - first class free.

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Kingston Buci Children and Family Centre Middle Road, Shoreham, BN43 6GA. Telephone: 01273 467998 Monday: Midwives Clinic - 10-12pm and 2pm-4pm - please call the centre for an appointment. Adur, Arun & Worthing Young Person’s Counselling - 1pm-5pm. Please contact Joe Osmond on 01273 222577 for more information. 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. Homoeopathy Clinic (Monthly) - 10am-11am - please call 01273 462660 for more information or to book a session. Health Trainer - 11.30am-1pm - one-to-one sessions helping you decide on personal goals for a healthier lifestyle. Please drop-in on the day. Wednesday: Midwives Clinic - 10-12pm - please call the centre for an appointment. Playing Together Wednesdays - 9.15am11.15am - 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. Residents of Shoreham, Southwick and Fishersgate may book from Thursdays for the following Wednesday. Jobcentre Plus - 10am2pm - weekly 4 hour session for clients to attend and speak to an advisor. To book an appointment please call 0845 6043719. Speech and Language Drop-in (Monthly) - 9.15am-11.15am please call the centre for more information. Links Peer Support Group - 1pm-2.30pm - a weekly informal meeting place for any parents with a child starting school in September 2011. Get to know other parents and their children in a friendly play space. Whizz Kids Wednesdays - third Wednesday of every month 3pm-5pm - are aimed at children up to the age of 8 with any form of physical need. Its purpose is to provide support, a stimulating play space for the children and a place for parents to share experiences with other families. This is an after school club and siblings are welcome. Thursday: Kimbalu (Term time only) - 9am-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. Basic Maths - 9.30am-11.30am - West Sussex Adult and Community Learning Service. Please call 0845 6010161 for details. NCT Antenatal Classes - 10am-12pm - these courses are aimed at parents-to-be and cover everything to do with giving birth and life with a new baby, including one session dedicated to breast-feeding. 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. Toy Library - 3pm-4.30pm - we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. Midwives Clinic - 2pm-4pm please call the centre for an appointment.

What’s on in May Friday: Midwives Clinic - 10am-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. LinkED Prepare for School Group - 9.30am-11.30am - a fortnightly drop-in discussion group for invited parents of children starting school in September 2011. There may be a crèche available for this session. Please phone the centre in advance. Toy Library - 11am-12.30pm - we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. Health Trainer - 11.30am-1pm - one-to-one sessions helping you decide on personal goals for a healthier lifestyle. Please drop-in on the day. 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. (Running successfully since 1994 - formerly Tots & Tunes)

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

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. Ran on a Tuesday morning 10am - 12pm. Snacks provided for all children Run by two experienced childminders. £1.00 per adult, 50p per child.

Scamps Baby and Toddler Group Thursdays 9.30 - 11.30 am at St Peters Church Hall, West Street, Shoreham. £2 per family/childminder, including tea/ coffee (first visit free). Toys, art/crafts, singing with actions.

youtH actIvItIes & events VC Jubilee youth development cycling club 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 Sally Page (01273) 843859 or email vcjubilee@vcjubilee.co.uk

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

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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Index Accountants

Garden Maintenance

Brainwaves.................................................... 32

Any Garden.............................................. 16, 35

Gibson Appleby Chartered Accountants....... 25

Southcoast Tree Care . ................................. 14

Marsh & Co ................................................... 29

John Fitzgerald . ............................................ 36

Whitchurch & Co............................................ 43

Bathroom Fitters Roger Fox ..................................................... 40 J Turnbull........................................................ 30 Blinds............................................................. 15 Simply Blinding ........................................... 18

Blocked Gutters Sussex Cleaning............................................. 32

Book Keeper Sussex Office Services................................... 43

Building Services R.Redman & Sons ......................................... 30

Business Advisors Brainwaves.................................................... 20

Care Services CareWatch .................................................... 32 Harmony Housing.......................................... 26 Prime Care....................................................... 3 West Sussex Housing Society.......................... 2

Carpet Cleaning SafeClean .................................................... 36

Carpentry PJ Carpentry ................................................. 29 Roger Fox ...................................................... 40

Chiropractic Clinic Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic......................... 17

Computer Sales Service and Repairs Evolution ..................................................... 34 Day Nurseries................................................. 14 Deepdene Nursery & Infant School ............. 19

Decorators Carl Smith....................................................... 32

Garage Conversions PJ Carpentry .................................................. 29

Glass Shoreham Glass Centre ............................... 43

Gutter cleaning Angel Property ............................................ 25

Handyman Ted and Tone Maintenance . ........................ 40 Roger Fox ..................................................... 40 Odd Job Man ................................................ 32 Angel Property ............................................ 14

Hairdresser Wanda............................................................ 36

Heating Specialist J Turnbull ....................................................... 30 John Buckett ................................................. 40 CG Barnes . .................................................... 34

Health Trainers Adur Health Trainers...................................... 25

Host Families English Language Homestays....................... 30

Jewellers Darren Ross . ................................................. 24

Kitchen Appliances Optimum.......................................... Back Cover

Kitchen Suppliers Sussex Kitchen Studio .................................. 15 The Kitchen Store ........................................... 7

Kitchen Fitters Ted and Tone Maintenance . ........................ 40 Roger Fox ...................................................... 40

Landscape Contractors

Roger Fox ..................................................... 40

Orchard Building Services .......................... 34

R.Redman & Sons ......................................... 30

Any Garden.............................................. 10, 35

Odd Job........................................................... 32

Electrician Ged Asbery .................................................. 40 D A Dray & Sons Ltd ..................................... 36

Estate Agents Jacob Steel ................................................... 13

Financial Advisor Talk Mortgages .......................................... 7, 9

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Loft Conversions PJ Carpentry .................................................. 29

Mechanics Prestige Autotech ........................................ 15

Music Tuition Sussex Academy ......................................... 20

Natural Healing Centre Anerley Crystals . ......................................... 30

Nursery Schools Deepdene School ....................................... 15 Sunshine Nursery ......................................... 11

Oven Cleaning Oven-U ........................................................ 38 Ovencleanersu . .............................Front Cover

Podiatrist/Chiropody Foot Health.................................................... 43 Mandy Kirby................................................... 38 Georgina Downs............................................ 28 Podia Clinic ................................................... 18

Painter and Decorator Ted and Tone Maintenance ........................ 40 Roger Fox ..................................................... 40

Plasterer Jamieson Plastering Services ....................... 40

Plumber/Heating Specialists John Buckett ............................................... 40 Chris Barnes .................................................. 26 J Turnbull ....................................................... 30 Beach Boilers................................................. 32

Primary School Deepdene Nursery & Infant School ............ 19

Property Maintenance DS Property Maintenance............................. 32

Pub Crown & Anchor............................................... 5 The Romans............................................. 26, 28

Restaurant Crown & Anchor ............................................. 5 Rajah.................................................front cover

Removals Dans Vans....................................................... 34

Roofing L&M Roofing................................................... 43 South & Martin Roofing ............................... 24 R Redman & Sons ......................................... 30

Shoes Deja Shoes..................................................... 38

Swimming School Southdowns Swim School . .......................... 12

Taxi Taxi-link.............................................front cover Ashleys Airport Taxi ................................... 28

Takeaways Rajah.................................................front cover Samins...................................................... 22, 23

Tiling AB Tiling . ...................................................... 40 Tree Care........................................................ 24 Southcoast Tree Care . ................................ 12

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