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No. 17 April - June 2012

Souvenir Edition

Jubilation! It’s a Diamond Year – We look back at Her Majesty’s visits to our region


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April - June 2012

4-7 Our Diamond Jubilee Souvenir Special

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Caring 4 Services – Experts here to help you

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Caring 4 Us – Emergency Services part two

11-14 Sussex Farmhouse Meals – Celebrating their 40th Anniversary 15

Caring 4 Directory

20 Caring for Features 22

Caring 4 Brainpower – puzzles to keep you guessing

From the Editor

Well, for once in my life I’m stuck for words – here we are celebrating our Queen’s Diamond Jubilee year with our own special souvenir edition and certainly not the only ones to be doing so. What can I possibly say about the most famous lady in the world that hasn’t been said already? Most of us will have an opinion about the Royal Family – whether you’re an avid royalist or consider them a ‘logo’ helping our tourist industry or something in between.

Even staunch republicans must surely admire Her Majesty as a person – her stoicism, hard work and certainly as a constant in our lives for so many years. As a child it first occurred to me that we are ‘her subjects’ when Mum and Dad who both worked for the Inland Revenue, explained what HMSO, complete with crown emblem, stood for on their stationery. I was so delighted and felt honoured – I told my pals in the playground ‘my parents work for THE QUEEN’! We were one of many families re-located from London tax offices to Worthing in the early Sixties. Some of you may have been part of that mass exodus and, like me, have special memories. I would love to hear from you and perhaps will write again about that

time and include some of your interesting stories or anecdotes. Apparently a massive dedicated office was built to house The Computer! So, back to Her Majesty – our own take on this Diamond Jubilee, the first since Queen Victoria’s, is to look back on her visits to Sussex over the years. I hope you enjoy this special edition and perhaps keep it as a souvenir of this very unusual occasion. We have rediscovered a recipe you might like to try – the original 1953 version of Coronation Chicken which contains a few surprises. Happy Diamond Jubilee celebrations to you all.

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60 years on Wendy Greene takes a look back through The Queen’s reign and forward to the Jubilee celebrations When you are very young, having a new Queen is very special, of course, and seeing the Coronation on television the following year was really something, but the effort put into the occasion by the public will not be forgotten by those old enough to take part. Homes were decked with bunting, window decorations and crests. Street parties were organised and families with televisions suddenly became very popular, as people crowded around tiny sets in the dark. The Queen’s association with Sussex began with childhood holidays in Bognor, and in May 1951, as Princess Elizabeth, she visited Courtlands Hospital in Goring. Seven years later it was Crawley’s turn, with the opening of Gatwick Airport and a visit to The South of England Show at Ardingly (revisited in 2002). In 1962 East Sussex presented a busy schedule including George Street Hove, Hangleton Library, Newhaven Lifeboat Station, Searchlight Home for Children, St. Dunstan’s, Brighton College and Brighton Pavilion. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh stayed with the Norfolks at Arundel. In 1978 Her Majesty visited Horsham and Roussillon Barracks, Chichester, and in 1979, Pelham House, Lewes, Brighton Marina and the Lanes. Roussillon Barracks have received the Queen on several occasions – being home to the Royal Military Police – and in 1981 they were granted the Freedom of the City. Chichester was honoured in 1980 when The Queen handed out Maundy money at the cathedral.

Queen of the Castle on Bognor Beach

A school visit - Crawley 1969

When the Queen visited Durrington High School in 1999, arriving by helicopter at Broadwater Green, the catering students of Northbrook College were asked to provide her luncheon. More recently during a visit to Brighton in 2001 – when she arrived at Shoreham Airport – she conferred city status on Brighton and Hove.

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Queen of Spades 1958

Arundel 1954 . West Sussex County Council Library Service www.westsussexpast.org.uk


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Celebrations in your area

Photos of The Big Lunch ©Hope Together

We bring you our exclusive West Sussex guide to events and celebrations

Winner of the Worthing Children’s Jubilee Logo Competition

Arundel starts its celebrations on Saturday 2nd June with a display of groups and clubs at the Town Hall, a free drink, hog roast, music and medals for the children. All Arundel residents are welcome. Arun Choral society and Drip Action Theatre will perform. Sunday brings The Big Lunch – a nationwide scheme of neighbourhood lunches, a street party in Penfolds Place (invitation only – contact Heather de Lara midelara@yahoo.com) and Pastor Steve Lomas of Arundel Baptist Church will lead a Praise in the Park at Swanbourne Lake at 3.30pm. The St Nicholas Fete is on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th rounds off a great weekend with the Matravers Street Party, a charity garden trail in Arundel Gardens and a Community Street Party at Warwick Court and Baptist Church, followed by a service. Littlehampton has a Jubilee Beacon Lighting Event on Monday 4th June scheduled for 9pm. Be part of this national event as Littlehampton lights its seafront beacon in sync with towns and cities all over the UK. The celebration starts with a lantern procession on the

seafront followed by the lighting of the beacon at approximately 10pm by the Town Mayor and a lucky competition winner. Also in the town, there’s a two day event at Mewsbrook Park where you can win a car, learn to make pizza or get close up to birds of prey. You can visit the stalls and sideshows, enter fancy dress competitions or watch the live concert from Buckingham Palace on a giant 25 square metre TV screen while raising funds for Chestnut Tree House. For more details www.visitlittlehampton. co.uk or call Littlehampton Town Council – 01903 732063. Worthing is planning a massive Party on the Prom on Saturday 16th June with thousands of residents taking part. You can start by booking a £5 pitch for your own friends and family through Worthing Town Hall. Clubs can book multiple pitches. Events begin with the now traditional Children’s Parade and continue through the day with entertainment and competitions such as Best Costume, Best Jubilee Cake and Children’s Poetry. Local businesses will take party with shop window competitions.

Party-goers will need to bring tables, chairs and their own food and drink to the promenade where they will be able to set up between 11 am and 1pm when the party will commence. A special souvenir Worthing Jubilee Programme is being produced and all party goers who order and pay for their pitch before May will have their names recorded in the programme. Southern Water, UK Power and the Worthing Community Chest have provided some generous funding.

Shoreham’s Adur Festival coincides with the Jubilee, so there will be plenty to do, starting with an Abba tribute concert on Friday 1st June followed by a Family Fun Day on Saturday and a tea dance with Herbie Flowers on Sunday afternoon, all on Beach Green. On Bank Holiday Monday there’s a Jubilee Street Party at Shoreham Old Fort, and Tuesday 5th brings The Big Jubilee Picnic from 2-5pm in East Street and on Coronation Green. Local cafes and restaurants will be open or you can bring your family picnic.

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 West Sussex County Council Library Service www.westsussexpast.org.uk


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West Wittering – 50s Style Family Village Fete from 12 noon, children’s entertainment/tea party, last night of the proms style singalong, fireworks and beaconlighting 11pm. North Mundham Street Parties – 3rd June with fancy dress from anytime in the Queen’s 60 year reign. Midhurst Street Party 5th June, with children’s Jubilee themed fancy dress, a jazz band and commemorative gifts for all under 13s. More information from www.chichester.gov.uk

Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1897 West Sussex County Council Library Service www.westsussexpast.org.uk

To learn more about the last Diamond Jubilee why not find out about the talk at Shoreham Library, 7pm on Thursday 14th. Sompting has a weekend of events from 1st to 4th June at Sompting Recreation Ground, The Harriet Johnson Centre and Sompting Village Hall, with Jubilant Jubilee performed by the Seadown Singers at 7.30pm in St Peter’s Church. Southwick presents Local Events in the Queen’s Reign at Manor Cottage, Southwick’s Heritage Centre 10am-3.30pm on Saturday 2nd while Celebrating Six Decades at Southwick Christian Community Church - a presentation of key events, music, fashions and food from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Remember 1953? Wendy Greene and her Dad Ken Payton made their decorations. Ken – who later taught in Bognor and Worthing – hand-tinted this photo of their house in Manor Park, East London. Photo supplied by Howard J Payton

Lancing offers family events at their Festival Marquee on Lancing Beach Green including a Bank Holiday market followed on Tuesday 5th by Jubilee Family Fun Day with Punch & Judy, circus workshop, fun fair,

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The Queen in Tuvalu RCIN 2943868 © John Shelley/Rex Features Cover picture: The Queen at the Windsor Horse Show RCIN 2943877 © Ian Jones Cover inset picture: Coronation RCIN 2943910 © UPPA

are planning a range of community events, with the help of small grants from the District Council. Throughout the vast Chichester area, there is a range of celebrations

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Sovereign of the Order of St Michael and St George RCIN 2943916 © UPPA

Horsham District Council, their sponsors and partners, are hoping the sun shines on their Jubilee Tea Party. The exciting events are being offered on the 4th June, 12noon to 10pm. Activities are planned in at least 3 different areas of Horsham Town Centre, each celebrating a different 20 year era of the Queen’s reign. Participants will be able to relive these times with period vehicles, music, dancing and art plus a fancy dress competition showcasing fashions of the times. Go to the Carfax if the 50s and 60s get you jitter-bugging, air your flares at the Shelley Fountain if the 70s and 80s are where your memories lie and if it’s the nineties and noughties that gets your pulse racing, then see what’s happening at The Forum or for a trip through the Queen’s reign, visit all three areas. As the sun goes down, Horsham will be lighting their Jubilee beacon in the nationwide chain of more than 2000 beacons.

The Queen at the Windsor Horse Show RCIN 2943891 © Anwar Hussein

The Queen: 60 Photographs for 60 Years at The Drawings Gallery, Windsor Castle, 4 February – 28 October 2012 can be seen as part of a visit to Windsor Castle. Tickets and visitor information: www.royalcollection.org.uk or +44 (0)20 7766 7304.


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Storing and sharing – if your mobile phone camera is going to be your main camera, make sure you purchase one with as much memory as you can afford. Also look for phones with external memory options, which will allow you to swap memory cards if you need to. And if you want to share your photos you will need an MMSenabled phone. Having your phone double up as a handy-sized digital camera is a very attractive option. And while they can’t yet rival the images captured by a really good camera, you can still get great pictures.

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A St John Ambulance volunteer

St John Ambulance believes that everyone who needs first aid should receive it from those around them and no one should die needlessly through a lack of trained first aiders. The charity’s 1000 volunteers are known for providing first aid cover at hundreds of events across Sussex each year – treating injuries and incidents ranging from cuts and bruises to cardiac arrests, strokes and spinal injuries and the first aid they give is often the

difference between a life lost and a life saved. St John Ambulance teaches first aid to members of the public and business employees. In Sussex the charity also has over 700 youth members who meet in local groups to learn first aid and other important life skills such as communication, leadership and teamwork. For information on becoming a volunteer, attending a first aid course or making a donation,

Water – Waste now pay later Remember 1976? Hosepipe bans, water shortage, stand pipes? Well our area is now officially in drought. What can you do? Metering water provides a good incentive to reduce water usage, and most households can make substantial savings. We’ve all heard the tips – shower instead of bath, buy a rain butt or bale out bath water to use in the garden, turn off the tap while brushing your teeth and put a water saver in your cistern – but there are some less obvious ideas. Do you run off a couple of pints of lukewarm water to get a glass of cold? Do you waste half a gallon of cold

to get hot water? Catch that water in a bucket and use it to water plants or flush the loo. Use the water left in your kettle for cooking vegetables. If you do like a shallow bath but hate sitting on a cold patch, don’t waste water waiting for the hot to come through, put the plug in and pour a kettle of boiling water in first. A collection of attractive or unusual containers in a flower bed will collect rain water and provide bird baths at the same time. If we want to keep the water flowing freely – if not free – from our taps, we must all become aware and act now.

The NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) protects children across the UK. They run a wide range of services for both children and adults, including national helplines and local projects. ChildLine, launched in 1986 by Esther Rantzen in response to a plea from children who needed help, has counselled over 2.6 million vulnerable children. Its website, launched by the NSPCC in October 2009, was visited by 951,000 young people looking for help and advice in 2010/11 alone. The NSPCC has identified that, for a number of reasons, looked-after children are particularly vulnerable, and they will be working harder to protect and support them. If you are concerned about a child, contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000. To donate or find out about volunteering opportunities with the NSPCC and ChildLine call 01293 651840, email SouthLondonAndSouthEast@ nspcc.org.uk or visit the website: www.nspcc.org.uk/ SouthLondonandSouthEast    Animals also need rescuing from time to time, and fortunately we are well served in our area. WADARS (Worthing and District Animal Rescue Service) rescue and rehabilitate domestic animals and wildlife, often being called upon to help injured or trapped animals and birds. They re-home unwanted pets, some not unloved, but with owners unable to keep them for various reasons. At this time of year, young wild animals are orphaned or fall from their nests and have to be reared by hand, by local volunteers or specialist wildlife

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hospitals. “Our intention is to return all creatures to the wild in order to live the way nature intended,” says Billy Elliott, Senior Animal Rescue Officer. Sometimes well-meaning individuals intervene too soon when a young creature appears to be abandoned, and the parent may be too frightened to return to feed the youngster. It is possible that a young animal or bird has been intentionally left in a place deemed safe by its parent. Some young birds, owls in particular, could find their way back to the nest from which they have fallen if left to regain their strength. If in doubt, it’s best to contact WADARS and seek advice first. Recently they launched a free microchip service for pet owners over 65, thanks to a grant from The Body Shop. Last year WADARS moved to its new headquarters at The Lodge, Durrington Cemetery from where it co-ordinates a network of loyal helpers and fosterers. If you can help them in any way, WADARS would love you to get in touch on their new number which covers emergency and other calls. Call 0300 3030 999 enquiries@ wadars.co.uk or visit www. wadars.co.uk If you are closer to Chichester, you can contact Brent Lodge Bird &Wildlife Trust which is a wildlife hospital. As a voluntary organisation, they too need help to survive. Take a look at their excellent website, if you can, and you cannot fail to be impressed www.brentlodge.org or you can call them on 01243 641672


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Do you have any unwanted Carpentry or Engineering Tools in your shed, garage or workshop? I will purchase all hand tools and workshop equipment that you no longer use or require. All tools considered. Please call Nigel on 01903 893530

Chisels • Planes • Hammers • Tool Cabinets • Micrometers • Reamers • Squares

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Don’t chew over your denture fears Dentures are not something you think about before you need them. So when the time comes – or even if you are caring for someone with a denture problem – you will have questions that need answering. Paul Cullen of The Denture Studio, a qualified and registered member of the General Dental Council, has the answers and is happy to put your mind at rest. Some problems are common to most people. You may be wondering exactly what happens at your first consultation but there’s no need to be nervous. It’s all very relaxed over a soothing cuppa. You can then decide how to proceed. You will be called back to try your new dentures, and if they are not comfortable or you are unhappy for any reason, that’s the time to say so. Paul will check that your bite is correct so that eating is still a pleasant experience. Your dentures will

be ready in about three weeks from start to finish. If you need dentures in a hurry, this can be arranged with a one or two day turn around. Many people hate having impressions taken at the dentist and imagine they will have a bad experience with denture impressions too. Some even fear gagging at the crucial moment. Paul is quick to allay such fears, pointing out that he uses quick setting materials, and his technique means you can sit upright. Don’t be afraid to tell him, though, if this is a worry for you. Finally, Paul will advise you on care and cleaning of your dentures and recommends buying a small nail brush for the task.

You can call Paul at Denture Studio on 01342 322171 to book a free consultation or for advice. Special Diamond Jubilee Offer – 10% off until June 30th 2012

24hr Service • Cosmetics • New Dentures Alterations • Copy Dentures • Home Visits

The quality Denture Specialist

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A local company to help you

At a time when so many small companies are being pushed out by multi-nationals, it’s good to see an independent local couple thriving with a much needed service. Jane and Mario Russell are the proud owners of Russell’s Mobility and Care Shop in Worthing’s Brighton Road – just past the Aquarena. With many years of experience in mobility, they are determined to offer a friendly personal service to all their customers.

They offer free demonstrations of all armchairs and scooters sold in their shop, as well as providing scooter servicing from as little as £28. Each rise and recline armchair is made to measure following a home assessment to ensure it provides the most comfortable sitting position. They’re also more than happy to work alongside occupational therapists. In fact ‘making life easier’ is their motto. The shop is in an area of reasonably easy parking but if you want to get an idea of what’s in stock before you visit, you can obtain a free brochure.

Russell’s Mobility and Care Shop is at 84 Brighton Road, Worthing, BN11 2EN. Call 01903 231578

Specialists in Independent Living & Mobility

• Very competitive prices • • Rise & Recline Armchairs • (includes free assessment, delivery and set up) • New & secondhand scooters and wheelchairs • • SCOOTER SERVICING from £28 • Part exchanges welcome. 17 years experience Easy Parking. Call now for a FREE brochure 84 Brighton Road, Worthing BN11 2EN Tel: 01903 231578 www.russellsmobility.co.uk


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A Very Special Place We asked our residents relatives if they would like to share their views of The Shelley. This is one of them, Dominic’s story.

It was early February 2009 and Mum’s falls were becoming more frequent. It was becoming more and more apparent that

she was unable to live alone anymore; she was so sad and upset. Why was this happening to her? I was naturally

becoming very concerned and was trying desperately to find a solution. I was recommended by a friend to go and visit The Shelley residential home. This was three wonderful years ago! Mum is enjoying her life once more. The companionship, laughter and sense of knowing, The Shelley truly is a wonderful place. Mum was able to live again. It’s been hard for Mum to learn to live with support, it was so strange at the beginning for her and to be honest, all of us. Now we feel the excellent staff, for which nothing seems too much trouble and the other residents have all become our friends.

The staff are truly this home’s greatest asset. Mum goes on regular day trips, enjoys an impressive range of activities with the dedicated team and relishes many of the entertainers who come several times a week. It has not just made a huge difference in her life, it’s made an enormous difference in mine. If you are worried about having to move into a residential home don’t be, take my word for it, try The Shelley. You will not be disappointed. It’s like living in a hotel. The Shelley truly is a special place.


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SUSSEX

Caring For You Melrose is a privately owned Nursing Home situated close to the heart of Worthing. We have the top quality rating awarded by the Care Quality Commission, reflecting our dedication to quality care. We offer a professional service in a caring and homely environment with excellent facilities, a beautiful garden, easy access and parking facilities. Our staff are highly skilled and trained in meeting the specific care needs of our residents 24 hours a day. You are welcome to visit at any time, just pop in, you can be assured of a warm welcome. Please visit our website or contact us directly for a brochure or more information.

“The results are truly fantastic” Diane

Do you want dentures that fit securely, are comfortable and look natural? You’re not asking too much! We are the experts in creating all types of dentures and can even help patients stabilise their lower dentures. We make your dentures to suit you, your personality and your lifestyle.

www.changingfacesdentures.co.uk FREE 45 Minute Consultation! Call us on 01903 550 231 Sandra Davey Snuggs, Clinical Dental Technician

7-11 Wykeham Road • Worthing • BN11 4JG Tel: 01903 230406

Changing Faces® Sussex, Strand Dental Practice, Ingram House, Liverpool Road, Worthing, Sussex N11 1SU

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Let us take the worry out of care At Shaw healthcare we believe that when it comes to care you come first. Our care packages and activity programmes are put together with you and your family so that your choices and preferences are paramount. We also believe that by providing a stimulating environment you will be able to maintain your independence and do the things that you’ve always done for as long as possible.

Your Care is our Business Please contact your home of choice by telephone or visit our web site. www.shaw.co.uk

CARE HOMES IN WEST SUSSEX Shaw healthcare have built new state of the art residential and nursing homes across the county specialising in care for older people with physical frailty and/or dementia. Home Name

Location

Telephone

Burleys Wood Croft Meadow Deerswood Lodge Elizabeth House Elmcroft Forest View Glebe House Hillside Lodge Mill River Lodge The Martlets Rotherlea Warmere Court

Crawley Steyning Crawley Bognor Regis Shoreham Burgess Hill Southbourne Pulborough Horsham East Preston Petworth Yapton

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Spacious private bedrooms with full en-suite facilities are available in all our care homes and with varied activities and dementia focused programmes. So for a reservation, trial or respite stay or if you just want some further information please get in touch.


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So you think you have two left feet? Come to Diamond Dance and we will prove you wrong! Modern Jive with Salsa moves is the easiest partner dance you will ever learn. • • • • • • • •

A dance for all ages No course fees, pay each time you come Beginners class start at 8pm until 8.45pm, £5 Intermediate class from 9pm to 9.45pm Freestyle between classes and until 11pm Both classes and freestyle for only £7 Large modern venue with sprung dance floor Complimentary refreshments

Monday and Thursday evenings 8pm to 11pm The Woodland Centre, 34 Woodlands Avenue, Rustington BN16 3HB www.diamonddance.org or phone Sue 07500 898283

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28a Worthing Road, Rustington, BN16 3JX Tel: 01903 786999 Ample free parking Also at: 10 Wallace Parade, Goring Road, Worthing West Sussex BN12 4AL. 01903 700567 64 Ham Road, East Worthing BN11 2QY. 01903 233033 54 High Street, Billingshurst RH24 9NY. 01403 783159 www.goringroadcarpets.co.uk Monday – Friday 9am-5pm Saturday 8.30am-4.30pm *Free fitting applies to carpet orders over £200* *Free underlay offer applies to secondary backed carpet orders

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Great Food – Great Events Wednesday April 11th Ladies’ Lunch Club with guest speaker Helen Pattinson, of Montezuma’s chocolate. 1pm Two courses. £20.50 includes coffee and glass of wine. Monday April 23rd

St Georges Day Lunch. Celebrate with head chef, Ben Miller’s menu celebrating all that is British, much of it locally reared or produced.

Sunday April 29th

Comedy Night in Indigo. Russ Bravo’s highly entertaining show of songs, stand up, witty poems and more, with an ensemble of comics. Begins 7.30pm, entertainment 8.30pm. Two course light buffet £12.95.

Thursday May 3rd

72nd Anniversary of Royal Engineer Bomb Disposal Unit. Illustrated talk by Lieutenant Colonel Roderick Macarthur, about its history. Talk at 7pm, dinner at 8.00pm. Two courses inclusive of a glass of wine £ 20.95.

Thursday June 21st

Solitaire – 3 ladies at lunchtime. In the footsteps of Alan Bennett and Joyce Grenfell. 12.00 noon followed by lunch.

Sunday 29th July

The Wordies’ Favourite Things – Details to follow.

Pre ordering when booking may be required. All menus on our website or by calling Reservations.

For more information and bookings please telephone 01903 230 451 or visit our website at www.indigorestaurant.info


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Coronation chicken

Will the Olympic torch pass near you? The Olympic Torch will travel through our area in mid-July. On Monday 16th July it will pass through Portsmouth, Petersfield, Rogate, Midhurst, Easebourne, Tillington, Petworth, Duncton, Chichester, North Bersted, South Bersted, Bognor Regis, Woodgate, Westergate, Arundel, Worthing, Lancing and West Blatchington, with an evening celebration in Brighton & Hove. The following day the route will be Crawley, Copthorne, Felbridge, East Grinstead, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Crowborough, Lewes, Eastbourne, Pevensey Bay, Pevensey, Bexhill-on-Sea and St Leonards-on-Sea, with the evening celebration in Hastings.

Onions were cooked until soft then curry powder, tomato purée and a drop of red wine added. All this was boiled together with a splash of lemon juice and seasoning before cooling and adding to mayonnaise and the apricot purée (made by cooking then sieving dried apricots). For a luxury version, whipped cream was added. The chicken was mixed in to give a pale but tasty version of the filling we know today.

We all know Coronation Chicken as a sandwich filler, but its origin has not always been recognised. Created in the 50s as Poulet Reine Elizabeth by Rosemary Hume, founder of Le Cordon Bleu cookery school, but attributed to her better-known business partner, TV florist Constance Spry, it was a designed to appear a luxury, while not excluding families still coping with ration books. The original recipe contained apricot purée and the chicken was poached – probably because it was of poorer quality than those readily available today – together with parsley, thyme, bay, carrot and peppercorns, then allowed to cool. The meat was broken up.

The torchbearers will be delighted to have your support at the roadside if you can be there.

Further details and a list of torchbearers can be found on the website www.london2012.com/ olympic-torch-relay

This is a Doctor Sarah Health Service Warning Firstly, I should like to and I think we are so used to congratulate HM The Queen in it that we forget what a very this her Jubilee year, in this the wonderful thing that is. I think Jubilee Edition. we might even take it for It is perhaps also a fitting granted. time to consider the future of Yet there is dangerous another great British Institution change afoot. under threat - The NHS. Unless you live in a cave up a Those of you who have mountain, you will surely have never travelled abroad may be heard of the Health and Social unaware of just how lucky we Care Bill and the reforms it are. It is easy to find fault in proposes. I had heard about it such a vast organisation and to too, but shamefully, considering © May 2009 see how things might be done 32the NHS 23 pays 21my mortgage, 36 100 33 34 114 29 not 66 really 58 familiar a little better, a little more was with 37 19the 69 details. 45 Or 30 even 42 17 efficiently. Yet at its heart is the47 gist 48 36 37 a proud tradition. It provides 16 68of it in46 fact, if I’m honest. Of 22 84 24 60 15 60 18 59 healthcare at the point of course, the details are available 31 117 27 83 20 68 25 97 26 105 38 need to anyone who requires for anyone to read on the 37 28 35 it and free of charge, paid for Department Of Health website. Place the 14 missing numbers so that through the tax system, staffed unless you do live in a cave each setBut of four numbers surrounding 30 equals the shaded by people who are not out to the shaded up boxes a mountain you are most 18 58 totals like this example. make a profit. This is virtually Jazza was unlikely toLeshave devised by Page. the time to 6 Reserved unique in the developed worldAll Rights wade through it all, supposing

ALCATRAZ

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Puzzle Solutions

you have the inclination. not improving the care and Frankly, it’s a dry read. reducing the goodwill. Goodwill The gist is as follows and and personal investment in a don’t let any smooth-talking, system we believe in is core to …oncethe caught you’ll ESCAPE! politician persuade you values that never make the NHS © devised by Les Page October Reserved. otherwise. The NHS may25th be2008. a All Rights special. It’s why we all stay late 2 3 proud British butmust contain and why we stay at1all when For each ROWinstitution, A (A1, A2, A3) numbers it’s a massive, costly millstone we could be doing something 1 9 For each COLUMN B (B1, B2, B3) must contain numbers to around any government’s neck. which doesn’t involve bodily Examples: A1 x B1 = C1, A2 x B2 = C2, A3 x B3 = C3 They want to call it the NHS, fluids and A3 death, and driving a A1 x B1 = C1 A2 x B2 = C2 x B3 = C3 but make someone else run nicer car to boot. 3 x 7 = 21 2 x 6 = 12 1 x 3 = 3 it, like private, profit-making Remember, Aneurin Bevan, x = 8 x = 21 x = 8 organisations for example. Founder of Britain’s National x = 6 x = 27 x = 1 Whilst the NHS could do with Health Service – free at the 1 8 adopting ‘business’ 2 9 point 1948 x some = 27 x = 8of care since x = - said, 9 3 10 methods to increase efficiency “The NHS will last as long as x = 12 x = 2 x = 15 4 11 and reduce waste, there’s never there are folk left with= the6faith x = 3 x = 6 x 5 12 going to be much money in to fight for it” x = 5 x = 15 x = 16 6 13 treating sick people for free, is Dr. Sarah Honess trained 7 14 x = 2 x = 3 x = 4 there? Think it through. That’s in Medicine at King’s College, x = 4 x = 16 x = 21 why it’s a service not a business. London, moved to Worthing Running it like a business in 2003 and now works in the makes businessmen rich and Emergency Department at costs patients more while Worthing Hospital.

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Wherever I lay my crown The Victoria Royal Beach makes you feel special Home is the place where you

Meals are cooked fresh

want to be able to relax and

every day by the chef and you

do nothing or enjoy the

can choose where you eat

activities available to you.

them. The atmosphere is

At The Victoria Royal Beach

warm and friendly, so

you will have plenty of

whether you are staying for a

choices. Join in with art and

long or short time, you can be

craft sessions, compete in a

sure of the very best attention

quiz or just chat with fellow

and care. There’s even a

residents as the mood takes

chance to try a free

you.

complimentary lunch to test

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the ground.

beautifully decorated rooms,

For more information call,

a conservatory and a sea

Victoria Royal Beach on

view balcony, even sitting

01903 246499.Â

and thinking is a pleasure.

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Victoria Royal Beach RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME

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12-16 Grand Avenue, Worthing, BN11 5AW www.victoriaroyalbeach.co.uk


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We can work it out – maybe

wordsearch JUBILEE

Meet a man whose life is puzzling Les Page loves compiling puzzles and if you’ve ever tried yourself, you’ll know it’s hard enough devising a wordsearch or crossword, let alone inventing something completely new. Regular readers will have seen Zygo on our Puzzle Page without giving a thought to its origin. Les brought it to us in 2010 and it has proved a success, so we were happy to test drive some more. Les doesn’t just want to entertain you or fill ten minutes of your life – he also wants to educate youngsters. His grandson and schoolmates were happy to try them out and give their reactions. Les’s latest creation is U+ which we featured in our last issue and he’s developing an Android app which can be downloaded to a mobile phone or tablet (see www.uplusapp.com). Part of the royalties received from downloads will go to Chestnut Tree House. But don’t worry if modern technology leaves you cold – we’ll still feature his skills on our Puzzle Page.

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30

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48

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JAZZA SOLUTION …once caught you’ll never ESCAPE! ALCATRAZ

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© devised by Les Page October 25th 2008. All Rights Reserved.

1

37

12

8

28

35

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1

2

3

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= 7

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This puzzle can be played interactively as an Android app. Search the Android Market for "uplus" Watch the demo video on You Tube. Google Search "U+ App - You Tube". For every download the developer of U+ will donate 10p to the children's hospice, Chestnut Tree House, Registered Charity No 256789. © 2011 All Rights Reserved

Solutions on page 20

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Duke Party Prince Crown

4

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Jazza was devised by Les Page. All Rights Reserved

Golden Coaches Diamond Jubilee Royal Reign

Horses Duchess Monarch Guard

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Companionship, privacy, security and independence – you’ll find them all, and much more, in an Abbeyfield home. The Abbeyfield Ferring Society has two houses both serving freshly prepared meals. Cornwell House accommodates twenty residents in its residential home which is close to local shops and the sea. Old School House provides supported accommodation for eleven residents in the heart of the village, adjacent to the library and Doctor’s surgery and close to the shops. We aim to provide quality care in a warm, friendly environment. Respite care can be provided, subject to availability. We also have a domiciliary support service for people who require some assistance to remain in their own homes. l Friendship, privacy and practical support l Fully trained and caring staff l Residents treated with dignity and respect

Please contact Ruth on 01903 240313 for further details


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