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OCTOBER 2010

Shoreham & Southwick

Feeling Good at Feel Good Factor F

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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• Making sense of your finances • The Autumn Garden • Solar Power – does it really work? • Yoga for Fatigue and ME • Crime Prevention at Halloween and Fireworks Night • History: Stuart Petre Brodie Mais • Plus What's on and more… 100%

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OCTOBER 2010

Shoreham & Southwick Editor’s comment Hello and welcome to the October edition of your local community magazine, Inside Shoreham and Southwick. As we head into the cooler months there is still a lot to do outdoors, from getting your garden ready for the colder frostier months and of course planting those bulbs in now. With the recent rain my grass is the greenest it has been for quite a while. Mark has some great tips to looking after the lawn in his latest article. October sees the celebration of Halloween and we have some advice from the Police on how to make this a safe and successful one for all. Also the first week of October sees the Children Book Week and we have some tips on how to get your children reading.

I also wanted to mention that this month our What’s On pages are packed full of information on local events in the surrounding area, from firework displays to walks and local classes to suit all ages. We hope you will find something to enjoy over the coming month. Our dead line for the November edition is 12th October. So if you would like to submit any articles we will try to get them into the next edition. Until November, Warms regards, Angela

Inside this issue Rotary Club – Pakistan Disaster.................................................................. 4 Bonfire Race Night...................................................................................... 4 A very very clean beach ............................................................................ 4 Finance - Making Sense of the minefield ............................................... 6 Does Solar Power really work? ................................................................. 8 Halloween Crime Prevention.................................................................. 10 Osteopathic Treatment............................................................................. 12

Hand delivered to over 10,000 homes and businesses in the Shoreham and Southwick areas. Information correct at time of going to press. May be subject to change. All rights reserved and is the property of the publisher. © Inside Shoreham & Southwick 2010. 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.

Stuart Petre Brodie Mais........................................................................... 14 Yoga for Chronic Fatigue and ME............................................................ 16 The Autumn Leaves................................................................................... 20 Samins Menu...................................................................................... 22/23 Make reading fun for Kids........................................................................ 26 What’s on...............................................................................................37-41 Index for local Businesses........................................................................ 42

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Bonfire Race Night Rotary Club: Pakistan disaster

T A special evening on Thursday, 2nd September was organized by the Shoreham and Southwick Rotary club in co-operation with the Rajah Restaurant, Windmill Parade, Southwick to raise money for the Pakistan crisis. The object of the exercise was to raise enough money to purchase as many as possible, Aqua boxes, to send out to the stricken areas, under the supervision of International Rotary. These boxes have two functions. They are filled with a selection of survival items and also contain a filter cartridge and matching supply of water treatment tablets. When the welfare items have been removed, each box filter can be used to purify up to 1,100 litres of polluted water, making it safe and pleasant to drink. 1,100 litres is 5000 cups – enough for a group of 4 people drinking 10 cups a day for about 4 months! This exceptionally effective aqua box system meets all World Health Organization standards. The Rajah agreed to give to the Rotary Club a generous proportion of the income from all meals and takeaways on the day and was filled with many diners, who were treated to superb cuisine. Our local and very popular MP, Tim Loughton, paid us all a visit and spent much time with us after a busy day, before leaving with a large bag of “Takeaway”, having eaten most of his papadoms! Altogether the Rotary club received a cheque for £750 from Ashadul Hoque, the owner of the Rajah and added to this, a group of diners from “Superior Dental Ceramics” very kindly donated £50. A couple of other donations were added , and the club will now be able to purchase three Aqua boxes from the total amount, to be sent to the crisis areas in Pakistan. We are most grateful to the Manager, Joel, along with his staff, for their kindness, efficiency and lovely food. Photgraph shows Rotary President Peter Hewitt receiving the £750 cheque from Ashadul Hoque, with Tim Loughton’s approval! 4

he Shoreham Bonfire Society would like to thank all who attended the Race Night, raffle and Auction fundraiser in September. Much needed cash was raised and a great night out was had by all and they were well supported by local high street businesses. A young local resident had a lot of fun throwing the giant dice for the home-made runners on the home-made racecourse! The Society warmly invites new members who can join up through their website, www.shorehambonfire.co.uk. This is where you can get the latest news and donate to ensure Shoreham’s very own Bonfire and Fireworks display is a roaring success. They hold regular meetings, the next one is at Subway, Shoreham High Street on Tuesday 19th October at 7pm. New faces will be very welcome, members or not. As well as needing generous public financial support (the Society is not grant funded), stewards and helpers will be needed on the night, which is Saturday 13th November, gathering on Beach Green from 6.30pm, processing at 7pm, to the Church of the Good Shepherd, Kings Walk, for a beach bonfire and fireworks at around 7.30pm. This should be a great night for all the family. Catering will be provided, and the event is fully insured and supported by local council and Emergency Services.

A very very clean beach S

outhwick Beach is fabulously clean and that’s official! It has been awarded a prestigious Good Beach Award for 2010 by the UK's Marine Conservation Society. Southwick beach is predominantly a pebbled beach with sand revealed when the tide goes out, which appeals to the whole community — surfers, dog walkers, sunbathers, families and fishermen. The modern design of Shoreham Power Station not only gives a magnificent backdrop to the beach but also provides hot water for the surfers and swimmers! Adur cabinet member for health, safety and well-being, David Simmons, says: "We love our beaches and are very proud Southwick Beach has won this award. One of our staff — Andrew Coates, has cleaned this foreshore area for the past four years and although he is soon to retire, he is very pleased to have been part of the efforts which have made this such a popular beach." Although not life guarded there are plenty of facilities on or near to the beach — the popular Carats Café, public loos, car parking and the odd beach hut or two. And of course the beautiful beach itself! To advertise call: 01273 452065


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

Finances – making sense of the minefield T

he first thing I do when dealing with new clients is ask them what mortgages, policies and pensions they already have in place. The question is often answered with “ I have a few policies and plans but I can’t remember what they do”. Then it will normally be the case of being handed a dusty pile of old papers which normally mean nothing to the person who owns them! Life company paperwork is often difficult to understand so it is not surprising that people lose track. This is where I can help.As an independent adviser, I can obtain information and updates on all of your current plans. My job is to take this dusty pile and make sense of it. Once it has all been summarised in a simple format we can make sense of exactly what you are paying for and what it is doing for you. Do your plans fit your current situation? Are you throwing money down the drain paying for something you simply don’t need any more?Situations and policies change, so it is always worth a review.

Life company paperwork is often diffi cult to understand so it is not surprising that people lose track. This is where I can help. One area people really don’t understand (or don’t want to) is pensions. Please read on! If you have ever taken out a pension or opted out of SERPs (or State Second Pension) there are many of you who will be in old fashioned plans, paying high fees to your provider and not reaping the rewards. High fees combined with low performance mean that your pension plan could be going nowhere. This really does have an impact on the income you will receive in retirement. A phrase I often hear is “my pension is frozen”. When people say this they really mean that they don’t pay into their pension any more.Please don’t forget that the company still has a lump sum of your money, this needs looking after. A simple review can reap rewards in years to come. I believe that people really do lose touch with their finances, this is easy to do in the rush of modern life. This is why our online client system has been developed. The system enables us to keep your policies up to date at the touch of a button. We can see clearly where you stand, and any areas which need attending to. From your point of view, if you like to deal online, we can provide you with access to 6

your own client file. This is a central point containing clear information on all of your plans, pensions and investments. Values are updated, and relevant paperwork scanned.Believe me, once your finances are on the system you will never lose touch again. If you don’t use a computer, this is not a problem, we can provide all of the same information in a paper format.

If you would like me to make a full review of your finances, then please call me on 01273 224667. I am an independent financial adviser. I offer a free initial consultation to new clients and home visits if required. Buy to let mortgages are not regulated by the Finanicial Services Authority. Talk Money is a trading style of Best Practice IFA Group Ltd, which is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Authority. If you prefer to pay a fee for advice this option is available, the exact amount of the fee will depend on circumstances but we estimate it will be 0.5% of the loan amount. Where a rate is quoted the rate will depend on individual circumstances and not all borrowers will qualify for acceptance of the loan (or similar).Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.

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Does Solar Power really work?

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onverting Sunlight into electricity has made great strides in the last 5 years and is now a viable option for the UK climate. It works using natural daylight and all energy generated is used by either powering your home or sold back to the national grid. Do not be fooled by the common misconception that solar power is uneconomic in the real world; that it only works in hot countries or that it’s somehow no use for lighting because “the sun doesn’t shine at night!” The truth is that, because of rapid advances in manufacturing and economies of scale, solar photovoltaic power is very much a viable alternative today. The power companies are obliged by the government legislation to buy the renewable electricity from households with Solar PV panels at a premium rate as well as pay the households for the electricity they generate and use themselves, called the Feed-in Tariff. This Feed-in Tariff means that any electricity you generate and use yourself you get paid for (instead of paying for electricity you use). Any excess electricity generated is sold back to the national grid for more than you are charged for it. It will produce electricity and earn you money whilst you are at work or on holiday. As it contains no moving parts or batteries, the Solar Photovoltaic (PV) system is virtually maintenance free and comes with a lengthy warranty. It works silently and emits no pollution. Solar panels can increase the value of your home with the latest independent studies reporting that two thirds of buyers are prepared to pay up to £10,000 more for an energy efficient home.

What is the Feed-in Tariff? The Feed-in Tariff is the internationally recognised name for the incentive which guarantees rewards for producers of clean energy over a period of 25 years. The idea is a tried and tested one in Europe and has been around for 10 years. The UK government has decided to implement the system in the UK and has chosen to brand it the ‘Clean Energy Cashback Scheme’ Homeowners who sign up between April 2010 and April 2011 will receive the best rate for the 25 year duration of the Feed-in Tariff. However, if you sign up in the years that follow (i.e. April 2011 - April 2035), under the current government proposals the rate a homeowner gets will decrease by 7% for each year after 2010. The key points are: • 41.3p paid for every unit of electricity generated • A total of 44.3p paid if the surplus energy is sent to the grid • Feed-in Tariff financial benefits guaranteed for 25 years • Tariff levels linked to the Retail Prices Index (RPI) • All income generated is 100% TAX FREE

Where does the money come from? The money paid to the producers of green energy under the Feed-in Tariff comes from a small levy charged on every energy consumer. The feed-in tariff system is designed as an incentive to move away from conventional fossil fuels to renewable energy sources. Essentially, it is government legislation which guarantees a fixed, premium rate for renewable electricity fed into the national grid.

Why do we get paid for producing electricity? The new Feed-in Tariff (FIT) scheme, sometimes referred to 8

as ‘Clean Energy Cashback’ is available through tariff payments made on both generation and export of produced renewable energy. The Energy Act 2008 allowed the introduction of a Feed-in Tariff for smallscale low-carbon electricity generation in Great Britain, up to a maximum limit of 5 megawatts (MW) capacity. The Feed-in Tariffs Order 2010 (“the FITs Order”) came into effect on 1 April 2010. The scheme policy and tariff rates are set by the Government, with the scheme itself administered by energy suppliers and Ofgem. Feed-in Tariff legislation fixes an above market rate for utility companies to buy electricity from renewable energy producers. It is this fixed tariff paid by the utilities which makes renewable energy an attractive prospect for investors as it guarantees them a return over a long period and has been highly successful at attracting investment where it has been implemented across Europe. Germany for example now produces over 14 per cent of its energy from renewable sources, something which has been attributed to the generous and comprehensive feed-in tariff system implemented by the German government.

How much money will I make under the scheme if I install a Solar PV system? It all depends on how much Solar PV you install, the pitch of your roof and which way the solar panels face. A 2.5kw Solar PV system will generate about 2,215 units (kilowatt hours, kWh) of electricity per year. The Generation Tariff is currently set to 41.3p per unit. As well as receiving the Generation Tariff for every one of those units, you will typically use about half of that in your house, and export the rest to the grid. In addition to the Generation Tariff you also receive an Export Tariff for the exported units at 3p per unit. And if you use half the electricity that is generated, you save buying regular electricity at 13p per unit. Therefore this investment scenario could yield you a return of approximately 9.7% per year. As the Feed-in Tariff is guaranteed over 25 years, a homeowner can pay off their initial investment after 10 years and earn a profit for the next 15 years.

How do PV Solar Panels work? Solar panels contain photovoltaic cells to harness the suns energy (photons) and convert it to electricity (voltage).. Each photovoltaic (PV for short) cell is usually made from two layers of semiconducting silicon. This is the same process that happens inside a solar powered calculator but scaled up to generate larger amount of electricity. This process takes place within PV cells which are panels that can be attached to the roof of your home. This electricity is connected to you home via the solar power collector, this links the panels to the fuse box and electric meter. The meter monitors how much energy has been produced and how much energy is sold back to the national grid. The technology was developed for use in space, powering satellites’ electrical systems as far back as 1958. It has become hugely popular as a way of harnessing the sun’s energy on earth and a very green way of generating electricity. For more information on how to take advantage off Solar Power, contact GB Home Improvements on 0800 612 6012 To advertise call: 01273 452065


fires built and set alight, during the time period fireworks go on sale, which is between 15th October – 10th November.

So what is the law? If you are under 18 years of age, you can’t: buy fireworks except sparklers; have fireworks in a public place; any person (not firework professional) to possess display firework.

Using fireworks legally

Halloween Crime Prevention

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hile Halloween can undoubtedly be a great deal of fun, it can also be a particularly distressing time of year for some of the more vulnerable members of our communities - especially the elderly. With this in mind, the Sussex Police Service is urging trick or treaters to think carefully about which doors they knock on this Halloween. Better still, why not just stay at home and have a Halloween themed party with your friends and neighbours! If you do decide to go trick or treating, please respect the wishes of any household displaying a ‘No Trick or Treat’ poster. When trick or treating you should also stay as safe as possible by following the ‘Halloween Code’: Always go trick or treating with anadult • Only go to houses where you or your friends know the residents • Don’t knock on doors where there is a NO TRICK OR TREAT sign • Stay in areas that are well lit with street lights – take a torch with you just in case • Stay with your friends – don’t split into smaller groups unless an adult goes with you • Don’t talk to strangers on the street • Don’t enter any houses stay on the doorstep • Be careful not to frighten vulnerable people, especially the elderly • Be visible • Look carefully before crossing the roads • Don’t vandalise anything or throw things like eggs and flour. This can cause a great deal of damage and misery. What’s more it can be classed as criminal damage, or even assault, and a night of fun could end up with you in trouble with the police. If you would like a “ NO TRICK OR TREET “ sign for your door, please visit Shoreham Police station where they can be collected.

It is against the law to: set off or throw fireworks in the street or other public place set off fireworks between 11pm – 7am (midnight on 5th November)

Firework safety checklist Figures show that more children than adults get hurt by fireworks. If you are having fireworks as part of your celebration, you should follow the steps below. • Only buy fireworks marked BS 7114. • Don’t drink alcohol if setting off fireworks. • Keep fireworks in a closed box. • Follow the instructions on each firework. • Light at arm’s length, using a taper. • Stand well back. • Never go near a firework that has been lit. Even if it hasn’t gone off, it could still explode. • Never put fireworks in your pocket or throw them. • Always supervise children around fireworks. • Light sparklers one at a time and wear gloves. • Never give sparklers to a child under 5. • Keep pets indoors.

What is the penalty for breaching the regulations? Offenders can be prosecuted in a magistrates’ court and the penalties on conviction are, for each offence, a fine of up to £5,000 or a prison sentence of up to six months or both.

Meet me in person. A chance to meet your local PCSO and discuss any problems you may have. PCSO ORFORD, will be outside the CO-OP just next to the police station on Monday 4th October, from 10:00 hours. PCSOs CARMAN and FERRIS, will be at Sompting village primary school on Thursday 14th October, starting at 19:30 hours. PCSO Metcalfe, will be holding a panel meeting at St James church hall, starting at 19:30 hours.

Allotment Watch Manor allotments, Saturday 9th october, PCSO Metcalfe will be security marking tools at 15:00 hours.

Useful Telephone Numbers

Fireworks and the law.

Emergency, 999. NON Emergency, 0845 60 70 999. Crime Prevention, 01273 665832, Crime stoppers 0800 555 111.

As bonfire night approaches we at Sussex Police can expect more calls from the public than normal. These often relate to the anti social use of fireworks, the throwing of them, and

For any other information on what’s happening in your area and to hear from your local PCSO log onto; www.sussex.police.uk

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Freeing your finances Independent Financial Advice for an independent you

t 01273 224667 w www.talkmoney.co.uk Your local Independent Financial Adviser

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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his month I will try to answer some common questions, though if anyone has a personal question, you are welcome to come for 10 minute free consultation to see if osteopathic treatment may be able to help you.

Who can practice as an osteopath? After the 1993 Osteopaths Act, it became illegal for anyone to call themselves an Osteopath who had not four years full-time training at a registered college of osteopathy. In addition all osteopaths must complete 30 hours of professional development each year and belong to the General Council and Register of Osteopaths, who ensure that the highest standards are maintained.

Osteopathic treatment Image: courtesy of Kampfner Photography

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What is the difference between an osteopath, chiropractor and physiotherapist? All three professions overlap widely and all practitioners have their own individual style of treatment. Very broadly, Physiotherapists use a lot of exercises for the patients to do, Osteopaths use more “hands on” massage, stretching and manipulation (the cracking bits) and Chiropractors usually give a shorter treatment but with more manipulation.

What makes the “crack” when a joint is manipulated?

Is osteopathy available under the NHS?

This is due to bubbles of gas popping when the joint is moved in a special way. It is not bones being replaced. Spinal joints are interlocked and do not go out of place. However they can become very stiff and sometimes we can use a very quick, but very slight movement to loosen the joints.

Generally, no, but with the proposed changes in the health services we hope that this may change, especially as NICE has recommended physical therapies At the moment you have to pay for treatment, though we try to keep the fees low and most private health insurers will pay for osteopathy.

This depends on many things such as patient response and the nature and duration of the problem. A rough estimate for a problem of a few months is 5-6 treatments. We will not prolong treatment unnecessarily.

How many treatments will I need?

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We care for our carers

We are passionate about nurturing our carers.

TFCA is recruiting foster carers in the Shoreham area. To find out more please contact us.

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Stuart Petre Brodie Mais S

tuart Petre Brodie Mais, or Petrie Mais as he preferred to be known, was a writer who lived in both Shoreham and Southwick. Born in Birmingham in 1885, the son of a rector, he was educated at Oxford University and first worked as a teacher before becoming a journalist His first move to Sussex in 1922 was to Hove, when he was aged 37 and recently married. At the time he was working as a Fleet Street theatre critic and book reviewer. After the first night of a West End show he would rush back to his London office, write his review then catch the last train back to Brighton at five minutes past midnight. Rarely able to pay the ten-shilling taxi fare back to Hove, he usually walked the two miles home. His English textbook for schools sold 20,000 copies but other books sold much less well. His next best selling book, ‘See England First’ describes his country walks in Sussex in vivid detail. In 1927 Mais moved to Southwick, renting for £100 a week, The Hall on Southwick Green, a knapped-flint house, built in 1691 and still standing today. Three years later he lost he job on the Daily Telegraph and began to freelance as a writer and broadcaster, producing a prodigious amount of work including advertising copy, as well as going on lecture tours. From The Hall on Southwick Green, Mais would take a pre-breakfast walk up the Downs as far as the ‘Rest And Be Thankful’ stone and sometimes as far as Thundersbarrow. Then he would often sit outside his home, with a writing board on his lap, chatting to passers by. A midday family walk to Shoreham beach would follow. He also spent any spare moments collecting old furniture and books. In the 1920s, Mais began three decades of broadcasting radio programmes for the BBC. He was described as “the first travel journalist of the airwaves” and in 1933 started ‘Letter from America’. He grew famous for another show ‘On The Kitchen Front’ during World War II, which also launched the career of cookery writer Marguerite Patten. From listeners to this show, Mais received 500 letters a day. In another series ‘This Unknown Island’ Mais championed the English countryside, going on long rural walks the length and breadth of Britain. It was a gruelling schedule involving two days hiking, before heading back in time for his Monday evening live broadcast. “That man Mais makes me feel tired,” commented Winston Churchill. During this period Mais also traveled in the urban North, and talked to the Prince of Wales about ways to help end the unemployment and hardship he had witnessed. When in 1932 Southwick Urban Council tried to stop cricket on the green, Mais rallied the opposition, leading out the teams to play, even after they had all had their names taken by a policeman. He even witheld his rates as a protest. This however saw him prosecuted and evicted from The Hall. The next council to be elected reversed the cricket ban, but in the meantime Mais had moved to Shoreham. Here he rented Toad Hall, at the junction of the Upper Shoreham Road and Buckingham Road for £150 a year. He lived at this house with his wife and two daughters, Lelage and Imogen, along with a nurse and a daily help. Much of

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his time was spent away from home however, on lecture tours or researching for his books and broadcasts. Mais wrote more than 200 books, writing through the night and working on up to 14 of them at once. Despite this he never missed a deadline. All this literary output did not make his fortune however and his grandson mentions an incident where his mother, as a child, had to raid her own piggy bank in order to save the family from the bailiffs. The war year saw Mais and his family move to Derbyshire. They then moved to Oxford and finally back to Hove, where they lived in a flat at 38a Brunswick Square. While there he brought a cricket team comprised of people from the BBC and Oxford and Cambridge Universities to play against Southwick on the village green. Stuart Petre Brodie Mais died in April 1975 at Lindfield near Haywards Heath, at the age of almost ninety. He received an obituary in The Times, but by now was not widely known. A bench was dedicated to him by his daughters and was placed on Southwick Green, but sadly it is no longer there. Judy Upton To advertise call: 01273 452065


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Yoga for Chronic Fatigue and ME What are the benefits of Yoga?

How does it work

Yoga is a gentle but powerful practice that is suitable for all ages and abilities. By combining gentle movements, working with our breath and taking time to learn how to relax properly we are encouraging the body back into a state of balance. The word yoga can be translated as ‘union’ of body, mind and spirit and is associated with the following therapeutic benefits: • Increased strength, flexibility, tone and stamina • Increased concentration and focus • Relief of physical and mental tension • Enhanced sense of well-being through increased awareness of your body and emotions • Increased capacity of the body to hold and allow energy flow, resulting in an increased sense of vitality and connection to self

Our autonomic nervous system is responsible for the automatic or subconscious functions in the body (i.e. digestion, temperature control) and is divided into two branches: 1. Sympathetic nervous system - prepares our body for an ‘emergency’ and releases stress

Why Yoga, Breathing and Relaxation are particularly relevant for people suffering with CFS/ME Many symptoms and physical imbalances associated with CFS/ME are due to hyper-arousal of our sympathetic nervous system, where the ‘switch’ is stuck in the stress state and yoga can be a brilliant method to counter balance this in the following ways: • Practicing yoga brings the attention to the body and reconnects the person with their emotions again, in turn calming the mind. The mind generally fuels the sympathetic state, connection to body and emotions promotes the counter-balancing parasympathetic state • Yoga slows and deepens the breath, countering the tendency in many CFS/ME patients to hyperventilate which causes anxiety and stress • As many people with CFS/ME cannot undertake exercise, gentle yoga is the ideal way to keep the body flexible, mobile and conditioned – countering some of the inevitable de-conditioning that occurs with the lack of activity due to fatigue • Patients will also learn relaxation tools and techniques to help promote sleep and relief from the “wired but tired” feelings • Unresolved emotions can become trapped as muscle tension in the body, yoga can help move and release these trapped emotions leading to an increased sense of connection to self and well-being • Gentle posture work increases blood flow to the brain and organs, creating a toning effect on the major organs and glands including the hypothalamus, which is responsible for governing the autonomic nervous system • The gentle movements can also prevent lactic acid building up in the muscles reducing muscle pain 16

hormones that result in symptoms associated with the ‘fight, flight or freeze’ mode. 2. Parasympathetic nervous system – is the bodies calming mechanism and works antagonistically, allowing the body to ‘rest, digest and detoxify’ reversing the process of the sympathetic nervous system. Yoga promotes the rebalancing of the nervous system which in turn creates a “healing state” where the body now has the resources it needs to heal itself. Yogic philosophy sees the person as a whole and complete entity with signs and symptoms of illness being indications that there is fragmentation in the mental, emotional or energetic body. The body is communicating that things are out of balance through symptoms and with the introspective practice of yoga we can gradually learn to listen and understand this language and ultimately come to know ourselves better. Rebecca Wilson is a Yoga Teacher and Nutritional Therapist practicing in the local area. She teaches yoga classes for CFS/ME in Brighton on Tuesday 2-3pm and Hatha yoga in Shoreham on Tuesday from 11.15am-12.30pm. For more information please see www.youryoga.org.uk or www. rebeccawilsonhealth.com To advertise call: 01273 452065


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e’re just a stone’s throw away We’re your neighbours in Shoreham, but we don’t yet know each other. We’d like to introduce Brainwaves to you. We are Business Advisers & Accountants who help our clients develop more sales, more profit and more quality of life. You’ll find our approach different to the norm. We’re in Adur Business Centre at Ropetackle if you want to call round for a chat – or we can come to you – there is no charge for meetings. 01273 466529 www.BrainwavesGAP.com

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The Autumn Leaves W

ell the summer seems to be well and truly behind us now, with the nights starting to draw in and the colder evenings being noticeable. That means its time to start getting the garden ready for the onset of the autumn and winter months. Anything you do now will stand the garden in good stead for the burst of activity next spring. As I mentioned in the last issue, get those spring bulbs in ready for a good show. It’s also worth starting to have a good look around garden centers and diy stores. As far as they are concerned Christmas is on its way and shelf space is limited. This means there are usually plenty of bargains to be had as they clear space for Christmas stock. It also means that items such as spring bulbs only get a fleeting visit so don’t miss them! After the very dry summer, take some time to look after the lawn. The ground will be well compacted after the dry weather, so aerating it, and removing the dead thatch, by scarifying the lawn will really help it. It will look a bit of a mess after, but it will really pay dividends. Don’t forget to give the lawn a good feed as well. Any falling leaves should be removed from the lawn as soon as possible. The leaves can be stored in black bags, with holes punched in them, to create leaf mould. This will be ready by next year and is useful to spread on the beds as mulch. It also avoids the problem of taking them to the tip. Give the greenhouse a good tidy up

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and a wash down to kill off any lurking bacteria that will over winter and cause problems next year. If you have plants such as herbs or succulents that need moving inside, now is a good time to do it, before any frost. You can help insulate the greenhouse with some bubble wrap. If you do use a heater over the winter months, ensure there is ample ventilation. A few cold days also helps to kill off bugs and diseases. Once you have cleared all the dead plants away, you may well be left with empty pots, containers and grow bags. These can all be emptied onto the compost heap, or onto beds to help improve the soil. Make sure plants that are past their best go on the compost heap as well. You will always get better results from compost heaps if the items you put on there are cut up small first, as they will break down quicker. If you have managed to produce some good compost, it’s a good time to get it dug into the beds and borders, as you clear them. It’s also worth taking the time to clean off tools and give them a sharpen, so they are ready for the next season. Sharp tools always make the work a lot easier. You can also add any tools you need to the Christmas wish list! At this time of year it can seem like there is a lot of clearing up to do in the garden. I always view it as a chance to get out on a nice brisk sunny autumn day and enjoy the weather, as you never

know how many more we will get during the year. It’s amazing how much you can get done in one day, with a fork in one hand and a cup of tea in the other Mark Oakley, Any Garden Limited

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comic or magazine which is all about their favourite sport. Do you know the name of your child’s favourite author? It’s time to find out. 5 Make sure there are plenty of books at home. Borrow them free of charge from the school library or from your local public library; buy second-hand books from charity shops and car boot sales; give your child a book on birthdays. 6 Don’t worry if your child wants to read the same book over and over again, or if your child chooses a book which seems to be too easy or too young for him or her. The most important thing is that your child enjoys reading. Children will move on to more difficult books when they are ready. 7 If English is not the language your family speaks at home, enjoy sharing books written in your home language. 8 Ask your child about what he or she is reading at school. Encourage your child to talk about books they’ve enjoyed at school, and if your child has to do some reading as homework, encourage him or her to read aloud to you and to talk to you about the characters and ideas that come up in the book.

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What’s on in October GENERAL

Southwick Flower Club

Tuesday, 9 November 2010. A demonstration by Julie Brownlee entitles “Its Christmas Again”. To be held at the Southwick Methodist Church. Manor Hall Road Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Coffee and Mince pies. Tickets are available at door. £5.00

The Southwick and Shoreham Country Market

It will be 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.

Nordic Walking Taster Sessions – Free

A great outdoor, social workout for all ages and fitness levels. The taster session is a 45 minute introduction to this effective walking technique using Nordic Walking Poles for propulsion & for toning the upper & lower body. The sessions are on Saturday at 10am 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. 10% off technique course if signing up after the taster.

Southwick Community Association

The Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association are holding a Social Afternoon on Wednesday 27 October at Southwick Community Centre in the Garden Room starting 2.30pm. Our speaker will be Penny Hardwick who will be showing us slides on China and Tibet. Everyone Welcome. Raffle. Have a fun afternoon. Entrance Members £1.50 Non Members £2.00 including tea and biscuits.

Southwick Community Association Whist Drives

Individual Members Section Southwick Community Association hold Whist Drives every week at Southwick Community Centre. Monday, Whist Drive, starting 2.00pm. Friday, Solo Whist, starting 2.00pm; Thursday, Whist Drive, alternate Thursdays, starting 2.00pm. Everyone Welcome, do come along and have fun.

The Southwick and Shoreham Country Market

will be 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.

The Senior Monday Club:

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

A Bead Group

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

Shoreham Rubber Bridge Club.

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

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

October programme of Health Walks 2010 Oct 1st Southwick Library to East Breakwater 2.00 pm: Oct 3rd Hill to Hill 10.30 am: Oct 4th Shoreham Library to Old Toll Bridge 10.30 am: Oct 6th Lancing Library to Brooklands Park 10:30 am: Oct 8th Mile Oak Farm 10.30 am: Oct 9th Beggars Bush to Cissbury Ring 10.30 am: Oct 11th Shoreham Library to Widewater 10.30 am: Oct 4th Buckingham Park and allotments 1.45 pm: Oct 13th River Adur to Cement Works 10.30 am: Oct 14th Lancing Ring 10.30 am: Oct 15th Southwick Library to East Breakwater 2.00 pm: Oct 17th Truleigh triangle from Beeding Hill 1.45 pm: Oct 18th Shoreham Library to Old Fort 10.30 am: Oct 20th Lancing Library to Widewater 10.30 am: Oct 22nd Buckingham Park to Mill Hill 10.30 am: Oct 23rd Mill Hill N. R. to Old Erringham Farm 10.30 am: Oct 25th Shoreham Library to Old Toll Bridge 10.30 am: Oct 25h Buckingham Park and allotments 1.45 pm: Oct 27th River Adur to Cuckoo Corner 10.30 am: Oct 28th Beggars Bush to No Mans Land 10.30 am: Oct 29th Southwick Library to East Breakwater 2.00 pm: Oct 31st Lancing Ring to Coombes Farm 10.30 am:The walks vary in length. The shorter walks are approx one hour and the longer walks take two hours.‘Take A Step’ leaflets are in the local libraries, on-line, or call 01273 263240 to request a copy by post. See our website www.adur.gov.uk/healthywalking for further details on where the walks start.

Sunday 17th October: Wedding Fair. Shoreham Air Show. Our unique and exclusive Autumn Wedding Fair. 10am - 4pm. Free admission and free parking.

16th October 2010 (Saturday): Selsey Fireworks display White Horse Playing Fields, Selsey (approximately 7 miles due south of Chichester): Onsite facilities include a massive fun fair, a large bonfire, live music, the Spirit FM road-show, charity stalls, competitions and plenty of catering facilities. The event attracts thousands of spectators from a vast area and it is recommended you arrive early, especially if coming by car or public transport as the B2145 gets busy with traffic coming to the event. The gates and funfair open at 6pm, other entertainment runs throughout the evening. The bonfire will be lit (subject to wind direction and speed) at 7.45pm, and the fireworks start between 8 and 8.30pm. Times may vary if advised by security or the police to hold off for safety reasons.

Saturday 16th October, 2010: 12 noon to 3.30pm: Autumn Flower and Produce Show Shoreham Centre, Pond Road.The show consists of exhibits of flowers, pot plants and vegetables.Also a number of different stalls which include a raffle and tombola.At the end of the show there will be a presentation of trophies and auction of produce left by exhibitors.The entry fee is 30p

23rd October 2010 (Saturday): Bognor Regis - Pagham Beach Pagham Yacht Club, 1 West Front Road, PO21 4SY. Enjoy an evening at the beach with a good firework display, bonfire, barbeque, tombola, stalls, lucky dip, BBQ and Roasted Chestnuts. Start time 7.30pm. More information - Rhoda 01243 265014 or Lydia 01243 266694 or email: rhoda@mason42.orangehome.co.uk or see http:// paghamyachtclub.com

Sat 23rd and Sunday 24th October: Crafts at Lancing College Held in the well known public school, with fascinating buildsing and stunning views of the South Downs. Exhibitors will be showing quality crafts handmade by themselves. There will be live craft demonstrations , music recitals, children entertainment and lots more. It will be a great day in lovely surroundings and it is the 14th year at this venue. Admission: Adult: £3.00; Seniors: £2.50; Children under 16 admission is free. Parking is Free. Venue:Lancing Opposite Shoreham Airport West Sussex BN15 0RW

Saturday 23rd October 2010: Thriller Masterclass Charity Event

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

Lancing Manor Leisure Centre, Manor Road, Lancing, West Sussex, BN15 0PH Learn how to do the famous Michael Jackson Thriller dance in the space of 2 hours in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign. A whole of evening of fun for adults and kids, including face painting, charity raffle and local businesses. Dress like a Zombie and come and join us all for a good cause. Times: 6pm to 10pm Saturday 30th October, 2010: Autumn Flower and Produce Show 2pm to 4pm Southwick Community Centre; Plants, flowers, floral, art, vegetables, fruit, Cookery, handicrafts, photography, Produce and plants for sale,Books and bric-abrac,Refreshments available. Free admission

SAM’s Drum Up Workshop

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Hip Hop Dance in the South East Classes

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Local Events

Saturday 9th- Tuesday 12th October: Marlipins Museum presents Sir Alan Cobham’s Flying Circus 1934 Airshow 11am-4pm. See The fantastic autogiro. The death-defying parachute drop. Amazing stunt flights. Tel - 01273 462994, www.sussexpast.co.uk

Saturday 13th November 2010

Southwick Methodist Church will be holding their annual Fayre on Saturday 13th November 2010 between 10.00- 2.00pm. A wide variety of stalls. Morning Coffee & Light Lunches. All are welcome. Tel No 01273 594013.

The Littlehampton Bonfire Society arranges a torchlight procession, mammoth bonfire, seafront firework display and funfair. It is an annual event that is run on the last Saturday of October each year. Littlehampton - Seafront Newick Bonfire Night: Newick Bonfire Society organises a full day including bonfire breakfast, coffee morning and bonfire night. Admission by donation, starts 5pm. For full details and contact information see www.newickbonfire.com

3rd November 2010 (Wednesday): Funfair and Charity Firework event Beach Green, Lancing. Funfair opens 6pm. Fireworks approx 9pm. Event organised by Showtime Amusements (01243) 576471. Charity fundraising in aid of St Barnabas. (Part of The Adur Town Centres Initiative).

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Shoreham & Southwick 5th November 2010 (Friday): Fireworks. Hove - Sussex County Cricket Ground (SCCC)

Eaton Road: Large display organised jointly by the Brighton Lions and Sussex County Cricket Supporters Club. Gates open at 6.00pm and the display starts at 7.30pm. Tickets: Adult - £10, Junior (16 and under) - £5, Children (Under 5) - Free, Family Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) - £25. Ticket sales from the Club Shop or from the SCCC website (dates they go on sale to be confirmed). (Reserve date - 6th November). For full details and contact information see: www.sussexcricket.co.uk and www. brightonlions.freeserve.co.uk

Lewes - Lewes Bonfire Council

Massive annual bonfire event takes place throughout the town, organised by several local bonfire societies. There are seven different Bonfire Societies in Lewes, each with their own marching procession, bonfire and firework display. From 5pm Lewes will be closed to traffic. Be warned that roads in the town are closed and there are no parking facilities. You may also have a long wait on public transport. Most processions take place between 7pm and 9.30pm on the High Street. From about 10.15pm the societies return from their fire sites and from 11pm most have their final processions leading to 'bonfire prayers' to round off the evening. Very large crowds expected (around 150,000 people come to Lewes to watch the celebrations). Unsuitable for small children and pets. Note: Lewes Bonfire Council urge people from outside the Lewes locality to celebrate in their own area due to travel problems and very crowded streets. For full details and contact information see: www.lewesbonfirecouncil.org.uk or Lewes DC website (www. lewes.gov.uk) or local newspapers.

6th November 2010 (Saturday) Hove - The Nevill Sports Ground Nevill Road/Eridge Road (opposite the Greyhound Stadium): The Family Firework Spectacular, a family-friendly firework display by Brighton Fireworks in support of The Argus Appeal. Gates open 5.00pm - Display starts 6.30pm. Ticket prices were: £6 for adults, and £4 for children aged 3-15. For full details and contact information see www.familyfireworks.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

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

Dinkie Flowers Stage School

All ages – Fridays. Shoreham Centre, Pond Road. Please call (01273) 452868 for more details and fees. Sussex Highland Dancers – Southwick & Shoreham Branch Saturdays 10.45am – 11.45am. St Julians Church Hall, Rectory Road, Shoreham. 5 years and over. Fees – Adults £2.50 per session, Children £2 per session. For more info contact Trudy Bellinger on 07854 649711.

Music, Arts and Creative Writing at the Ropetackle Centre

Friday 1st October: The Noise Next Door Cod & Comedy Club October’ 10 Featuring the award-winning improve-comedy masterpiece. The Noise Next Door are Tom Houghton, Charlie Granville, Matt Grant, Tom Livingstone and Sam Pacelli. 2010 Doors 7.00pm. Starts 8.00pm. Tickets £15 – includes lovely fish and chip supper. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Saturday 2nd October 2010: Grand Autumn Ceilidh with Kate’s Kitchen Band

Grand Autumn Ceilidh Kate’s Kitchen Band. Music that will keep you dancing! English traditional music is enjoying a real revival. Acts such as Bellowhead and Seth Lakeman have broadened the appeal with new levels of performance and drama. Kate's Kitchen Band are at the fun end of the spectrum with a line-up as eclectic as it is varied, from top end piccolo to acoustic double bass for that deep-in-the-belly underpinning. In between are melodeons (button accordions), fiddles, percussion, youDoors reach your target guitar and mandolin. Saturday 2nd October 2010 7.30pm Starts 8.00pmgoal Tickets £7 in advance, £8 on the door. Ropetackle Centre, HighAlso Street, by Sea, andLittle size. a Shoreham centre for BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Feeling Good at Feel Good Factor Courses and Classes

Smoldering, Sensual, Soulful Argentine Tango at the Shoreham Centre on Tuesday evenings. Beginners and Improvers courses start every 6 weeks. No need to bring a partner. All Ages welcome. Advance bookings only. £42. email brighton_carola@hotmail.com. For information contact Robin and Delia 01273 464311. For photos/inspiration/more info please visit www.brightontango.com and brightondancing.com

A Chance to Dance

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

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What’s on in October 14th October: DIY Search Engine Optimisation.

SENSABLE MEDIA will help you to understand Search Engine Optimisation with a range of demonstrations, practical examples and hands on exercises. This 4 hour course will take place at the Ropetackle Arts Centre, Mezzanine. 10am - 2pm. There will be a break for refreshments Bring a laptop - WIFI available Cost per person - £125 ex VAT. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

14th October: Ropetackle Folk Club.

Featuring Spiers and Boden. Twice winners of the BBC Radio 2 folk award for Best Duo, Spiers and Boden have made the genre of spontaneous, punky English folk very much their own stomping ground. Loud, proud, and with just a few acoustic instruments, they create a multitude of textures upon which they present traditional stories and dance music which have taken them on to the main stages of major festivals Starts 8.00pm Tickets £12 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Friday 15th October: Shoreham Society: yesterday, today and tomorrow

Community discussion. The Shoreham Society is celebrating 25 years of important work in the community. We would like to review the highlights of those 25 years as well as exploring how we can best serve Shoreham over the next 25 years. All are welcome and entrance is free so come along and get involved! Starts 7.30pm Free entry and nibbles Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Saturday 16th October: Barnstormers Comedy Club

Line-up to be confirmed. Saturday night out at Ropetackle with three top comics from the London comedy circuit and beyond. Every month Barnstormers Comedy promises, and delivers, a great laugh-out-loud night out. Notable acts that have graced the Barnstormers stage include Danny Bhoy, Boothby Graffoe, Jeff Green, Andy Parsons, Lucy Porter, Rob Rouse and Paul Zenon. Perhaps not an evening for grandma (unless she's broad-minded) or under 18s. Doors 8.00pm Starts 8.30pm Tickets £12 in advance £13.50 on the night. Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Thursday 21st October: Untangle the Internet - October 21st This half day training session is structured for non-technical new website owners and start-up business owners who are thinking about a website. You will learn all you need to know about commissioning a successful new web site for your business. What a website could do to increase your profits and give your business a USP. Venue: Ropetackle Arts Centre, Mezzenine, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG 10am - 2pm. There will be a short break for tea, coffee and biscuits. Cost per person - £125 EX VAT Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

Friday 22nd October: Neuroscience and the Guitar An Arts of Life Science Event. Cajal, Albeniz, and a parallel journey of discovery At the beginning of 20th century, the great Spanish neuroanatomist, Cajal, was establishing the new world of neuroscience. At the same time, the Spanish guitar was enjoying its golden age, with Albeniz, Barrios, Tarrego, and Granados. The two apparently distant paths of human achievement are compellingly brought together by Sussex University’s renowned neuroscience researcher, Dr Anil Seth, with composer and guitar virtuoso, Richard Durrant, revealing the unfolding of the world of neuroscience – the science which underlies the great mystery of what and who we are. A truly fascinating and revealing evening.This event is kindly sponsored by Waer Systems Doorrs 7.30pm Start 8.00pm Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk Tickets £8

Saturday 23rd October: Lighter Than Air A Circo Ridiculoso and Pleasance production. Enter the deliciously whimsical world of balloon antics and make believe. Danny Schlesinger's original sketches and comic silliness create a family show that tickles everyone's sides. Using daft physical comedy and playful interaction, Lighter than Air leaves audiences as charmed and buoyant as any of Danny's airy inflatable creations. Suitable for everyone over the age of three. Warning! Features loud balloon pops! Saturday 23rd October 2010 Shows at 1.00pm you reach target goal and 4.00pm. Tickets £5 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, your Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk and size. Also a centre for

Feeling Good at Feel Good Factor Sunday 17th October: Paul Cox and Charlie Fabert With The Desperate Dan Band

Paul Cox has been treading the live music stages for over thirty years. Renowned as special guest opening act for such luminaries as Ray Charles and Eric Clapton, Paul will be appearing with the brilliant French protégé Charlie Fabert. It has been said that Fabert is a fresh breeze for the blues! Sunday 17th October 2010 Doors 7.30pm Starts 8.00pm Tickets £12 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

18th October – 31st October: The Human Genome - The Art of more medically what was eeling really good Science happening to give inside? These days it An exhilarating exhibition commissioned by Ropetackle to coincide with all our these Art of Science a series of talks by leading lifeamazing science researchers the my theme results.onOn seemsFestival, almost a distant of The Human Genome and DNA. Artists will apply their interpretation, in terms of memory! Shoreham`s newest course as a Lymphoedema imagery and medium, to this most fascinating and fundamental subject, where the Therapist I learnt obesityinflicts Health & intricacy BeautyandCentre Feel microscopic beauty of nature’s genetic blueprint, when corrupted, upon one of our mostopened feared diseases. artwork is from local one on ofdisplay the causes of artists GoodusFactor was last The is who illustrate and interpret the art of science. Free entry Ropetackle Centre, Little High Lymphoedema, but this month. Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre. devastating condition Owner Yvette Jordan has co.uk actually happens very, very, been working around the Tuesday 19th October: Gut Microbes and Man An Art of Life Science event. interdependent, creative and challenging relationship. very slowly. local area for the lastAnfour With Professor Michael Farthing, Sussex University“You Vice-Chancellor, with Shoreham can diagnose early years and her loyal following Academy. Professor Farthing teams up with A level students from Shoreham Academy, warning signs and visibly see of clients welcome her new who will provide an array of projected imagery graphics, photographs and film plus sounds. An amazing journey into the world within bodies, and happening beyond, into up the our symptoms venture. Yvette`s proven realms of analogy and illustration. Sponsored by DMH Stallard. For further information to 5-10 years beforehand, approach has an extremely on our kind sponsors please see here and you can actually see effective, new way forward Tuesday 19th October Doors 7.00pm Starts 7.30pm these earlybystages many for our Weight, Tickets £6Health, Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham Sea, BN43in5EG. Tel: overweight women, walking Diet, Inch-Loss, Exercise and (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk around. Whatand is very sad, is Beauty. It21st stems from her Thursday October: DNA - Damage, Repair Protection An of Lifeexperience Science Event Understanding causesdo of cancer... science, not have anypoetry idea 27Art years and the thethey and projection. Professor Alan Lehmann, one of the UK's leading researchers of the what is happening to them. fact she is a Lymphoedema human genome, presents a graphic account of damage to DNA, the underlying And all down to the Therapist. cause of cancer, and how DNA can be protected andit`s repaired. In a subject which affects all, Professor Lehmann unravels thelymphatic mysteries of the genome,becoming the 'blue system Sheussaid “When I print' of humanity, explaining the delicate mechanisms of DNA, so easily corrupted extremely sluggish and started Outside In Detox by the world we live in. He combines with installation and projection artist, stagnant basicallyadd being four years ago thewhose health Malcolm Buchanan-Dick, large screen graphics and and vivid illustrations an extraordinary visualwomen dimensionwere to this hugely important compelling subject. ignored,and purely because benefits that Thursday 21st October 2010 Doors 7.30pm Start 8.00pm Tickets £6 Ropetackle we 5EG. don`t how experiencing wereShoreham truly by Sea, BN43 Centre, Little High Street, Tel:understand (01273) 464440. www.it works.” amazing. I needed to know ropetacklecentre.co.uk

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beauty, Yvette specializes Saturday 23rd October: The Oli Brown Band The Blues and Roots Club at Ropetackle. ‘the future of the blues is extremely bright’ in anti-ageing treatments Guitarist Magazine. 2010 British Blues Awards - Male Vocalist of the Year because prevention is 2010 British Blues Awards - Young Artist of the Year. Still under 20, Oli Brown is no a better than longer just ‘a kid from Norwich’ – he’s a blues always phenomenon. Last yearoption he released his debut, Open Road, to rave reviews. The Sunday called it ‘a sparkling debut’, a Telegraph cure. Beauty treatments while Guitarist commented that with acts likeare this ‘the future of the blues is extremely always part of feeling bright’. If you have not seen The Oli Brown Band live come and check out this good whether it be an October wonderful talent at Ropetackle - you will NOT be disappointed. Saturday 23rd eyebrow shape, eyelash tint 2010 Doors 7.30pm Starts 8.00pm Tickets £15Good Ropetackle Centre, Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: or Shoreham facial. Ifbyyou are feeling Feel Factor is Little High Street, (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk good on the inside you start completely unique because Wednesday 27th Who’s looking your to take at care ofmedical the outside it concentrates onOctober: lymphatic records? appearance. Visit fgf.uk.com health and fluid retentive An Arts of Life Science Event . Professor Jackie Cassell is known for her research into more information about problems associated with questionfor the fascinating, and hugely important of how medical information and alltoour and weight gain. affects You can do Who wants its management, healthcare. look treatments at our medical records? And why? In revealing account of who knows what about us, Professor Cassell therapies. private orthis small exercise ventures into the sometime controversial area where privacy and the common good classes and get on the road can be in conflict. Should we agree to our records being used to reveal patterns of to fitness, reduce, tone and Good Factor illness - for example, the incidence of sexuallyFeel transmitted diseases in different areas and communities; are peoplespecific living near to incinerators andHealth mobile phone masts at tighten up targeting — Your greater risk of illness? This event is kindly sponsored by The Health Company. Doors areas you need i.e. waist How fed up are we to keep 7.30pm Starts 8.00pmTickets £6 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by andBN43 thighs. hearing diet and exercise Sea, 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk Just breathing pumps to feel healthier! Yes! Thursday 28th October: Grayson Perry lymphatics Absolutely you must eatwork Grayson Perry inwithout association running. with City Books. Grayson will be talking about his and newrange book, Grayson Klein Join Grayson Perry who'll FGFsigning has athefull of Perry by Jacky a balanced diet — all in be talking about his twenty-five year career as an artist. Famous for his ceramic vases therapies addressing the moderation, take exercise decorated with shocking and unconventional imagery, he is one of a generation of issue of being keep the blood contemporary Britishoverweight artists to have emerged to on the international stagepumping in the last two will be talking about hisaround work andyour signingbody the new book at anddecades. healthGrayson related — vitally this very specialAll evening in association with City Books. Thursday October Doors problems. Yvette`s important! But28th sometimes 7.00pm Starts 7.30pm. Tickets £8 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by therapists you can feel tired, lethargic, Sea, BN43 5EG.including Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk Karolina, personal exercise unwell, swollen and you just Saturday 30th October: Brighton Festival Youth Choir presents are aware of the don`t know why? You usually Iinstructor got rhythm importance ofoflymphatic down to weight if you Under the direction Esther Jones, members put of theitprize-winning Brighton Festival Youth Choir considerable talents with an eclectic programme health indemonstrate the fighttheir against are overweight. If you`reof choral classics, sublime folksongs, uplifting spirituals and toe-tapping hits including weight, fluid retention, not, it`s time of the month or Gershwin’s I got rhythm. Saturday 30th October 2010 Doors 7.00pm Starts 7.30pm disease and health they stress, pet problems, Tickets £10 Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: are there to www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk help assist (01273) 464440.

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Courses, Clubs and Workshops ADUR Book Club for the over 60’s

Meetings are at Shoreham Library on the 1st Thursday of every month from 10:3011:00am. 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

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

Nordic Walking Taster Sessions – Free

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.

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.

Somosaic Beginners Mosaic Workshops.

Shoreham Stitch & Bitch Knitting Group

Steyning Camera Club

Tues 26th Oct. An opportunity to learn various ways to cut and lay tiles then practise what you have learnt by making a mosaic to keep. Price includes all materials, information sheets and refreshments. To find out more or to reserve a place please telephone Denise on 01273 463268 or visit www.somosaic.co.uk

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

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Worthing Speakers Club – Public Speaking Made Fun.

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.

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

Shoreham Oratorio Choir

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Music Workshops

Adur Valley Bridge Clubs

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 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

Creative Writing Workshops: Unleash your imagination

Workshops in central at Shoreham Library. The group will 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

Adur Art Club

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

Arts 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! 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

Messengers UK Youth Gospel Choir

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

Southwick Art Club

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

Beach Bateria

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

St. Mary De Haura Handbell Ringers

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

Sports and Leisure Yoga

Every Tuesday 11.15am-12.30pm. Location: The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5WU. General level-beginners. Drop ins £7 (subject to space) Special offer of ten week course for £50 when you mention this listing. Please contact Rebecca on 07908732033 rebecca@youryoga.org.ukwww. youryoga.org.uk

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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. 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

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.

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.

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

Adur East Lions club

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

Aerobics (incorporating small hand weights)

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

Adur Petanque Club (Boules)

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

Shoreham Horticultural & Allotment Society

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

Pregnancy Yoga

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

Body Conditioning

A one hour class of aerobics, circuits and floorworks aimed at all levels of fitness. Upstairs at The Shoreham Centre, Wednesday from 7.15pm. For more information contact Sarah Parker on 07885 205307 or email sarah@sarahparker.co.uk.

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What’s on in October 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.

Southwick Camera Club

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

Southwick Art Club

Meets Wednesdays 7.30 pm to 9.30pm in the at Southwick Community Centre. New members (over16's) always welcome. The Southwick Art Club meet every Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30pm in the Glebe Room at the Southwick Community Centre. Whether you enjoy Watercolour, Oil, Pastel or Pencil, are a Novice or an Expert - you are welcome. No qualifications required only a love of art. For more information contact Clifford Feeney 01273 411890

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.

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

Doris Stokes Memorial Church & Healing Association

A spiritual group who meet every 2nd Thursday of the month at Southwick Community Centre at 7.30pm for Messages and Healing by a free will donation. For more info email dorisstokesmcha@googlemail.com or call (01273) 452338..

Babies and Toddlers

DEBUTOTS EARLY YEARS DRAMA. Debutots is a unique blend of interactive storytelling and dramatic play where imaginations soar, communication skills grow and creativity and confidence gently blossom. Taking part in a Debutots class will delight your child and inspire you…that’s not a buggy you’re pushing…it’s a magic carpet! Baby Story Play is for 6 months – 2 years. It’s all about exploring the magic of stories, sounds and words through play. It’s interactive, exciting and gets YOU communicating with your little ones. Early Years Drama classes, for 2 – 5 years, take your children into imaginary worlds through story where they can comfortably explore feelings, words, sounds, movement and their relationships with others- a must for raising self-esteem and developing language skills. Classes at St Peters RC Church Hall, Shoreham resume MONDAY 13th September 10am-11am (6mths – 2yrs) 11am-12pm (2yrs-5yrs) . Please Contact Ellie for more info or to book a FREE trial tel: 01273 245673 or email:ellie@ debutots.co.uk

Tots That Rock

Baby and Toddler music group every Friday 10.30 - 11.30am at The Bridge Inn on Shoreham High Street.Come and join in the singing and dancing or just chat with other mums/dads/carers, in a relaxed and child/baby friendly atmosphere. Lots of Sing-a-long Nursery Rhymes and popular childrens songs, action dances, playing with musical instuments, bubble machine, audience participation and more... all accompanied by 2 live acoustic guitarists! No pre-booking or registering, just turn up. Plus - Tots That Rock too! Every Tuesday 10.30-11.30am @ The Bridge Inn, High street, Shoreham-by-Sea. Singing, dancing, action songs, games, prizes, fun and stories for Toddlers and Pre-school children. Mums/dads/carers, come and join in fun or just chat with others. Babies are most welcome too. Admission £3.50 For more info call Allie or Sarah on 07961 363658.

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.

Socatots

Soccer Play Programme for children from 6 months to 5 years - www.socatots.com/ brighton-hove-shoreham. Shoreham every Friday. For more details call Natasha 07738 545925 or email n.morris@socatots.com. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Road, Shoreham, BN43 5WU. T: (01273) 454686 / W: www.shorehamcentre.co.uk

Kingston Buci Children Family Centre

Tuesday: Childminders drop-in - 9.30am - 11.30am (a two hour drop in session for childminders and their children): Toy Library - 9.30am - 11am (we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning.). Baby Playtime - 10.30am - 12pm (a drop in group for parents or carers with children under a year old). Rhyme Time - 1.30pm - 2pm - (a drop in session for parents or carers and their under fives. Simple songs and rhymes with basis signs, actions and instruments) Wednesday - Stay and Play - 9.15am - 11.15am (a weekly activity themed drop i session where parents or carers can have fun playing with their children (1-5yrs), in a warm, relaxed atmosphere). Health Trainer - 9.30am - 1.30am (one to one sessions helping you decide on personal goals for a healthier lifestyle. Please phone the centre for an appointment or drop in - 01273 467998). Thursday - Kimbalu - 9.15am-11.45am (Fun with singing, instruments, bubbles and Kimba the friendly monkey. Please call Lorrie on 01273 464934 to book a place or for more details). Friday MILK - 10am - 12pm (breast-feeding peer support group.) Toy Library - 11am - 12.30pm (we offer a variety of toys to encourage play and learning. A maximum of three toys can be borrowed for a 2 week period). Community Support Officer Drop-In - PCSO Sally Hall will be dropping in once a month on a Wednesday morning during and after Stay and Play Team. Dads Drop-In - held on the first Tuesday of every month between 12.30pm2.30pm. Run by Dads for all male carers to drop in a socialise and play with their children in a relaxed environment. Therese Eriksen Homoeopathy Clinic - held on the second Wednesday of every month between 12pm-1pm (£15 a session). Please call 01273 462660 for more information or to book a session

Kimbalu Music classes

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

Small-Fry

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

Children’s Storytime

Southwick Library: Thursdays 11 – 11.30am. Shoreham Library: Fridays 2.10pm – 2.40pm.

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-bySea, 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.

Film

Making War Horse: Saturday 2nd October 2010

Saturday Morning Pictures Special Screening.Phil Grabsky’s award-winning documentary film that goes behind the scenes and reveals the secrets of the National Theatre’s celebrated War Horse. 11.00am Tickets £3. Shown at Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk For Further information please see here. Thursday 2nd September 2010 Doors 8.00pm Starts 8.30pm Shown at Ropetackle Centre, Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5EG. Tel: (01273) 464440. www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk

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Index

Accountants Marsh & Co..................................................... 33 Brain Waves................................................... 18

Aerial & Satellite Aerial and Satellite........................................ 34

Activities Snooker Club.................................................. 35

Barbers Mileoak Barbers............................................. 29

Bathroom Fitters Roger Fox....................................................... 33 RSP Building Services.................................... 36

Blinds Simply Blinding.............................................. 19

Book Keeper Sussex Office Services................................... 34

Building Services RSP Building Services.................................... 36 R.Redman & Sons.......................................... 30

Business Advisors Brainwaves.................................................... 18 Car Buddy....................................................... 34

Care Services CareWatch...................................................... 35 Prime Care..................................................... 27

Cat Sitter Cats at Home................................................. 43

Carpet Cleaning SafeClean....................................................... 30

Carpentry PJ Carpentry................................................... 31 Roger Fox....................................................... 33

Local clubs Shoreham Snooker Club................................ 35 Wickers Gymnastic Club................................ 28

Computer Sales Service and Repairs Evolution........................................................ 27

Day Nurseries Deepdene Nursery & Infant School.............. 25 Windlesham School......................................... 5

Decorators Roger Fox....................................................... 33 RSP Building Services.................................... 36 R.Redman & Sons.......................................... 30 Odd Job........................................................... 29

Driving Lessons Ian Swyer....................................................... 43 Marc............................................................... 43

Electrician Ged Asbery.................................................... 33 D A Dray & Son.............................................. 36 T P Robinson.................................................. 35

Estate Agents Jacob Steel..................................................... 21

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Financial Advisor Talk Mortgages.............................................. 06

Fitness Wickers Gymnastics....................................... 28

Fostering Foster Care Agency........................................ 13

Garden Maintenance Any Garden........................................... 20 & 43 Southcoast Tree Care..................................... 43 John Fitzgerald............................................... 36

Garage Conversions PJ Carpentry................................................... 31

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

Handyman Ted and Tone Maintenance........................... 36 Roger Fox....................................................... 33 Odd Job Man.................................................. 29 Angel Property............................................... 29 Gary Berry...................................................... 31

Hairdresser Girl Talk.......................................................... 32

Heating Specialist J Turnbull........................................................ 33 John Buckett................................................... 34

Independent Schools Windlesham..................................................... 3

Jewellers Darren Ross.................................................... 35

Kitchen Suppliers Sussex Kitchen Studio.................................... 24 The Kitchen Store............................................. 7

Kitchen Fitters Ted and Tone Maintenance........................... 36 Roger Fox....................................................... 33 RSP Building Services.................................... 36

Landscape Contractors Orchard Building Services.............................. 32 Any Garden.................................................... 20

Legal Services Southern Legal Services................................ 15

Loft Conversions PJ Carpentry................................................... 31

Mechanics Prestige Autotech.......................................... 21

Music Tuition Sussex Academy............................................ 19

Natural Healing Centre Anerley Crystals............................................. 17

Nursery Schools Deepdene School........................................... 25 Sunshine Nursery............................................ 2

Osteopaths Shoreham & Southwick Osteopaths............. 12

Oven Cleaning Oven-U........................................................... 32 Ovencleanersu................................. Front cover

Podiatrist/Chiropody Podia Clinic..................................................... 21 Foot Power..................................................... 31 Mandy Kirby................................................... 31

Painter and Decorator Ted and Tone Maintenance........................... 36 Roger Fox....................................................... 33

Plasterer Jamieson Plastering Services........................ 30

Plumber/Heating Specialists John Buckett................................................... 34 Chris Barnes................................................... 36

Ponds and Pond Maintenance Passionate about Ponds................................ 34

Primary School Deepdene Nursery & Infant School.............. 25

Pub Crown & Anchor.................................... 15 & 17 Romans....................................................18/28

Restaurant Crown & Anchor.................................... 15 & 17 Chambers Bistro.................................Backcover Tottington....................................................... 24 Into the blue.................................................. 27 Rajah................................................Front Cover

Roofing L&M Roofing................................................... 43 South & Martin Roofing................................. 33 R Redman & Sons.......................................... 30

Solar Energy GB Home Improvements............................... 89

Snooker Club Shoreham Snooker Club................................ 35

Taxi Taxi-link............................................Front Cover Ashleys Airport Taxi....................................... 17

Takeaways Rajah................................................Front Cover Samins......................................................22/23

Tree Care Southcoast Tree Care..................................... 43

Windows Misty foggy Units........................................... 31

Wills Southern Legal Services................................ 15

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CHRISTMAS MENU Available throughout December for lunch and dinner, excluding Christmas day and boxing day

Cream of pumpkin soup with hint of chilli. Crispy wholetail breaded scampi with “Chambers” whisky mayonnaise. Baby House made filo parcels of warmed goats cheese and cranberry. Terrine of rabbit and bacon with crusty French bread and cornichons. Parma ham and melon skewers with fresh basil and black peppercorns. Olive oil drizzles. Pan-fried duck breast with a cherry and port sauce served with smooth creamed mash potatoes. Garlic and pak choi accompaniment. Winter herb and breadcrumb coated sole fillets with a shrimp and lemon butter. Saute potatoes and wilted spinach. “Chambers” Xmas turkey with all the trimmings. Crispy red lentil cake, coconut red curry broth..carrot and zucchini mint salad, ginger yoghurt and roasted peanuts. Prime 8oz sirloin steak with rich black peppercorn and cream sauce. Hand cut chunky chips and fine green beans. (£1.50 supplement) “Chambers” Xmas pudding with muscovado brandy butter Poached pear in mulled wine, brandy snaps and crème fraiche Double chocolate mousse with pistachio crumbs “Chambers” Boozy tiramisu Cheese and biscuits

£20 - 2 course • £23 - 3 course 10% service charge will be added to your bill. By booking only. Pre-order taken. As this menu is ordered in specifically for your party and prepared on the day of your booking any cancellation of the pre-order received later than 24 hrs notice of the booking will be charged for. • Old Town Hall, High Street, Shoreham by Sea • 01273 446677 • info@chambersbistro.co.uk • www.chambersbistro.co.uk


Inside Shoreham October 2010