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Welcome to the first of our Autumn editions...

Haven’t we had a fantastic summer! We hope you have enjoyed every minute of it. Now most of us have packed the swimsuits and shorts away for another year we thought we would sneak in a few naughty pudding recipes. Go on...indulge yourselves! From sun to snow....Remember only one edition left before Christmas so if you

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BEAT TEAMS Mapperley Ward PC James North 07702 141861 PC Andy Cochran 07792 437359 PC Brian Dacunha 07792 437358 St Ann’s Ward PC Jeanette Stasuik 07792 437306 PC Paul Whant 07792 437361 PC Paul Deane 07792 437357

From Beat Manager, PC James North... You can tell autumn is here when you notice the nights drawing in, it won’t be long until we’re travelling to and from work in the dark. I find I can’t wait to get into the house as the cool weather really starts to grip and I don’t always pay as much attention to what I’ve left in the car. But I’ll always go back out and have a look if I think I might have left something on show. After all, I don’t want to attract thieves to my house. I know most people wouldn’t leave valuables on show but recently I’ve also started to think about what other items thieves might be attracted by. Would a bit of loose change be tempting? Or maybe my coat? Or the school bag on the back seat? I make my sandwiches every morning as I don’t know where I’ll end up during my day. I take it home at night to wash my sandwich box but I always make sure I get it out of the car. That lunch box in the footwell of the car could look like a range of things in the dark. Many of which would be more tempting to an offender than the remains of my lunch. In my experience if your car door or window is open it’s even more tempting for the thief to have a look and take whatever they fancy. After all, what’s stopping them?

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Thieves don’t like to smash glass because it makes a noise. But if they see something of interest they might think it’s worth the risk. Even if, to you and me, the item isn’t valuable you get back to your car in the morning and find the nasty surprise of a smashed window. Although, it’s not just over night that your car and possessions can be vulnerable. I always think it’s surprising how quickly offenders can steal your stuff and be gone, leaving you with the repair bill and a lot of inconvenience. Next time you get out of your car don’t just take your valuables but also remove anything that is on show. And never forget to lock your car. But it’s not just items in your car that you need to keep an eye on, make sure you also keep hold of your personal belongings when you’re out and about. When you get your mobile on a contract you might not realise how valuable it is but don’t take it for granted. It is like carrying a wodge of cash around with you, you wouldn’t leave that on the table at the pub while you go to the bar, so please don’t leave your mobile. If you have any concerns about crime in the area don’t hesitate to report it to us on 101.

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All for love at the Angel by Bob Massey

In 1835 the Old Angel Pub on Woolpack Lane in the Nottingham Lace Market was the drinking establishment for many a local lad. Two of the regulars were young single men called Austin and Lupton. Thomas Austin was employed as a bobbin turner and was living in Coalpit Lane. Joseph Lupton was a dyer from Hockley. A certain young lady who was employed as a barmaid at the inn attracted the attention of both men and a deep rivalry developed between them over which one would win her affections. On Saturday 2nd May 1835 a fight started between her two suitors. It was broken up before the police were called and the young lady decided to settle the matter by stating that if they felt this strongly they should have a proper organised fight and whoever won would also win her heart. Both men, already battered from their scuffle, agreed her terms and a fight was arranged to take place on Mapperley Hills just out side the city boundary. On Monday 11th May a crowd assembled to see the outcome of this duel. Rather than pistols or swords these young men had nothing but hard bare knuckles. The men were pretty evenly matched and once the fight started they battled hard for two hours. Although both men were badly beaten, neither would give way. This fight was for their hearts desire and neither was prepared to give her up. Suddenly Lupton collapsed and fell. Austin was overjoyed and claimed victory until someone realised that Lupton was not moving. Unconscious, Lupton was carried back to Nottingham and taken to a medical man. Sadly it was in vain, as it was soon discovered that he had died. Lupton’s body

was then taken to Mrs Kitchens house in Knotted Alley, off Canal Street, where he had lodged. Austin, in a terrible state and very concussed and confused, had returned home to his bed unaware of his rivals fate. He was receiving medical attention and being bled with leeches. As soon as the local magistrate heard about the fight he ordered an inquiry into the events and who had acted as the two seconds. A second is the supporter each man would have been allowed in their corner. As a result three people were detained awaiting the outcome of the inquest. The inquest was held on the 7th May 1835 with the deceased being described as 5’ 10” in height and of muscular and athletic build. The inquest heard that Lupton exhibited many injuries from the earlier fight on the Saturday as well as more recent injuries. There was extensive damage to his right fist, arms, body and face as well as his right eye. The verdict of the jury was manslaughter against Austin with Henry Holland and Joseph Caleb, the seconds, being held as accessories.Upon hearing the outcome Holland and Austin fled and only Caleb was held in custody. After 11 weeks in prison he was fined 1/and released. The other two were never caught. And the barmaid... well her name and fate are not recorded but she won neither man and had poor Lupton’s death on her conscience for the rest of her life.

I am researching the history of Mapperley and would be very pleased to hear from anyone with more details or information. Email: bob.m.massey@gmail. com or post via NG5 magazine.

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meetings are held in Nottingham on Thursday evenings & Saturday mornings. New groups are also starting in the County. For meeting details please visit or contact Self Help Nottingham’s Information Line 0115 911 1661 (Mon-Fri 9am - 1pm) or email: Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Ileostomy & Internal Pouch Support Group - a charity which is a self help group for people with these medical conditions. For more information please go to Heydays Day Services - accredited day service provider. Socialising and activities for over 65’s. Mon, Wed & Thurs 10am - 3.30pm.Two course hot meal & daily refreshments. Tel: 0115 952 1421 (see our facebook page) Smile! Stop Hate Crime - raises awareness and tackles disability hate crime. People with learning disabilities should not have to put up with harrassment and violence. REPORT it to the police on 101.

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LA School of Dance - all ages, all styles. Professional teacher. Classes at Mapperley Community Centre on Fridays 5 - 6pm. Only £3.50 per class. For more info call Lorraine on 07816 209839 or 0115 920 3558. Shake, Rattle & Rhyme - songs, movement & rhyme for babies to pre-schoolers. Monday, St Marks Church Hall, Woodthorpe, 10am - 11am: Thur, Westdale Lane Community Centre. 10am-11am. Call Jo on 0115 960 9599. St Judes Toddler Group - Tues & Thurs (term time only), 9.30am - 11.15am at St Judes Church Hall, Woodborough Rd. Call Jenny on 0115 985 6131. Calverton Road Playgroup - Tues - Fri, 9.30am - 12pm. 2 - 5 yrs. Pondhills Lane Community Centre. Call 0115 926 6760. St Jude’s Church Mapperley Holiday Club - GOING BOLDLY - Space Academy. Ages 5-11. Wed 24th - Fri 26th July. 10am - 2pm and 10am - 2.30pm on Friday (bring a packed lunch). £7.50 per child. Closing date for applications is 18 July. Tel: 0115 985 6131 or complete forms online at Iona School Toddler Group - a gentle & supportive session for parents/carers and their little ones. Tues & Wed 9.30am - 11.30am (term time only) at Iona School, 310 Sneinton Dale. Call 0115 941 5295 or We are a registered charity. Mapperley Baby & Toddler Group - Every Thurs 2pm - 4pm at Mapperley Methodist Church, Woodborough Rd, Mapperley (ring for Hall). Relaxed play for babies and toddlers. £2 per family, includes tea and biscuits. Contact Michelle on 07730 009264 or Sophie on 07702 892362. Bread & Bitter Bump to Baby Group - Monday (except Bank Holidays) 10 - 12. Friendly, busy group. Suitable from bump to crawling. Small play area with baby toys. Special offers during the group. Various events organised. Some weeks “chill and chat”. FREE admission. Contact Paula for details 07967 252784 or 1st Nottingham Boys’ Brigade and Girls Association- Every Monday night (term time): 5.30pm - 8pm. Open to all ages 5-14 yrs - boys and girls. At St Andrew’s Community Hall, Chestnut Grove, Nottingham, NG3 5AD. Contact: or 0115 912 0098 Nottingham Boys Choir - We provide a structured environment for boys to sing some of the finest classical music ever written - and modern music too! Come and see why this makes us different. We meet every Wed eve in Carlton. Check out our website or call Michael Overbury on 01636 702054. Nottingham Sea Cadets - Waterside Way, Nottingham, NG2 4DP. T: 0115 958 0528. E: W: Tues & Thurs eves 7pm - 9.15pm. Absolute Triathlon Club - Expert swim, bike & run coaching for ages 8 - 14yrs, all abilities. We meet Thursdays 5pm - 7.15pm(term time) at Southglade Leisure Centre, Bestwood. Call 0115 960 7912 or visit for more information. Street Dance Classes - Culcha street dance for girls & The Force break dance classes for boys. Age 8 - 18yrs. Various times and venues. For more details call Gedling Borough Council on 0115 901 3605, email: arts& or look on Air Cadets - 2418 Sherwood Squadron - activities include flying, gliding, shooting.For 13-18yr olds. Tues & Thurs 7-9pm. Wesley St, Carrington. Tel: 0115 962 3318 or Good Shepherd Pre-School - OFSTED registered for children aged 30 mths upwards. Children from all families welcome, with places available from September 2013. Please contact Melanie Saunders on 07971 382837 for more information. Carlton Lifesaving Club - Sats 4.30 - 6.30pm at Carlton Forum Leisure Centre, Carlton.9yrs +. For more info call Dave 961 4114 or Shirley 956 8395 or visit Marcia Jones School of Dance - Street, Tap & Ballet Classes. Every Wednesday, Lindsay Morgan Hall, Marshall Hill Drive, Mapperley. For more info tel: 0115 9226499 or visit Gedling Colliery Cricket Club - run Kwik cricket sessions for 7 to 11 yr olds every Sunday morning from 10am to 12noon. Contact Andrew Whitaker on 07891 654978.


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Ella’s Teen Talk:

Handling Money

We all know there’s nothing worse than making plans with friends and being forced to cancel them because our pockets are empty. I’m personally fed up of hearing my parents tell me that “money doesn’t Ella Higginbotham aged 15 grow on trees” (what a silly saying, it’s a bit obvious isn’t it!) when the majority of us under 16s can’t get jobs, but we really don’t want to miss out on a social life: we can’t win! When our purses are sparse there are just a few little things we can do to make sure we aren’t completely broke: 1) Get a Terramundi money pot- its saves money and looks pretty, genius! It’s different because what you put in you can’t get out until it’s full up and ready to be smashed. So you know that random change lying in your jean pocket or in the bottom of your bag? just chuck it into the terramundi and before you know it it’s time to smash it and you have a whole load of cash. Plus you get the added bonus of getting the hammer and whacking it open; it’s a lot of fun or can act as an excellent stress release which is perfect for all our teenage traumas! 2) Don’t buy food and drink-starve! No but seriously if you’re going for a day out in town or in the park don’t waste money on buying food, just take it with you. Wrap up a sandwich at home because it’s just as yummy and completely free! 3) Do little jobs- you’ve got to break the teen catchphrase of “can’t be bothered” (however heart-breaking it may be) and don’t be lazy, it only takes ten minutes to wash some pots or iron a few pairs of jeans. Ask your parents for just 50p every now and then by helping around the house and it will all add up. Oh and don’t forget the puppy dog eyes if you’re really desperate. 4) Compare where you shop- don’t buy the first thing you see. You can probably get the same thing elsewhere for a much better price. Be patient and window shop for a bit until you find the ideal, cheap purchase. 5) Babysit- it’s a doddle (Hopefully!) You get paid to spend your evening watching TV whilst the kids are in bed, plus everyone tells you to help yourself so that means free food! You can’t go wrong! You or your parents must know families with young kids so ask around and do a good job of it; that way word gets around and you will eventually have loads of Next business. It’s the little things that you can do to make sure you’ve always got some money spare to do the things that you want to do. Keep it sensible and realistic and you should never be searching for scraps of money around your bedroom again because, trust me, that’s a lost battle.

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Choosing the right secondary education for your child is one of the most important decisions you can make in supporting their development into young adulthood.

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If you are unable to attend the evening, please contact us. There are a limited number of places for a tour of the academy during the mornings of 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th and 27th September 2013. If you are still unable to attend, but would like to receive a brochure, please contact the school.

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AUTUMN art Exhibition, Sale & Craft Fair

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Victorian Tea Party Saturday 14 September 11am - 3pm Tours, afternoon tea, workshops, plant sales, feel free to dress up!

Celebrating the Harvest Sunday 22 September Our Annual Open Day - contact STAA for more details


St Anns Allotments Heritage Days Wednesday 11 September: noon - 3pm Wednesday 9 October: noon - 3pm Displays, tours, plant sales, refreshments St Anns Community Orchard Activity days: 15 September 11am - 4pm 20 October 11am - 4pm (Apple Day) Free fun for local families For more information contact us on Tel: (0115) 958 9255,, or

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If you run a group or club and want people to know about it, why not list it here? If your group is not-for-profit or a charity then your listing is free. All other groups pay just £5+vat per edition. Please get in touch either by phone on 0115 9269777 or email: Mapperley Townswomens Guild - meet 3rd Monday each month. March to September at 7pm & October to February 2pm at Haywood Rd Community Centre, 46 Haywood Rd. Call 07759575383. Mapperley Women’s Institute - meet 2nd Monday each month from 7.30pm onwards at Haywood Rd Community Centre, 46 Haywood Rd. Call 01636 673550 for contact details. Mapperley Artists - meet at Haywood Rd Community Centre, 46 Haywood Rd. Wed 9.30am and Thursday 1.30pm. Call John Tanner on 0115 960 2614. Porchester Garden Club - a social club for keen gardeners, meet on last Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm at Haywood Rd Community Centre, 46 Haywood Rd. Call Mrs Tanner on 0115 960 2614. Notts Fuchsia Society - encourages the growing & displaying of Fuchsias. We meet at St Margarets Church Hall, Aspley Lane, Nottingham, NG8 5GE on the 4th Tuesday monthly from 7.15pm - 9.30pm for talks & demonstrations. All welcome. For more info call Derek on 0115 975 3365. Arnold Local History Group - all new visitors or members welcome. We meet 3rd Tuesday of the month with a break in July, August & Sept. Meetings at Bonington House (Labour Club), High St, Arnold. Details: Email: or tel: 0115 920 4780. Mapperley Knit & Natter Club - first Monday of each month. 7 - 9pm at Haywood Rd Community Centre, 46 Haywood Rd. For more information call Ann Mathews on 0115 927 9365.

Nova - new friends for single people. Call at the Mapperley Plains Social Club, Mapperley Top, Thursdays from 8pm & pick up our programme of monthly social events. For info: or phone Paul on 9404147.

Arnold Arts Society - at the Pond Hills Arts Society, Pond Hills Lane, Arnold. Meetings are on Tuesday/Thursday

mornings and Wednesday evenings. For more info call Eric Wileman on 01623 793923.

Nottingham Socialising - social group for 20 - 40’s. Events include pub nights, quizzes, walks, classical concerts and any other social event - find us on facebook. Coffee Morning - at the Wesleyan Reform Church, corner of Burford/Furlong Street, Arnold. On the 2nd Saturday of each month. 10am - 11.30am. Cakes, home-made marmalade etc on sale. Nottingham Playgoers - Interested in Theatre? We read the plays, visit the theatre & discuss them afterwards. We’re a very friendly group meeting Tuesday evenings 7-9pm at the Mechanics, North Sherwood St, Nott’ham. Contact Sue Cullen on 0115 847 8423. Arnold & District Camera Club - meet every two weeks on Thursday eve at Pond Hills Community Centre. Photography skills from the complete beginner to the accomplished amateur. For more info call Phil Howcroft on 0115 956 3850. Friends of Coppice Park - meet every 2nd Saturday of the month, 11am - 2pm at the park to work or play. All welcome. For more info call June on 0115 960 5540. Rotary Club of Sherwood Sunrisers - every Tues morning 7 - 8.30am at The Park Inn, Mansfield Road. For more info call Alan Bush on 07833 232215. Prospect Players - meet at 7.30pm on Tues & Fri at the Pondhills Lane Community Centre, Arnold from September to May. For more info call Donna Atherton on 953 2049 or visit Spanish Mums in Nottingham - *join us on facebook* Are you a Spanish parent living in Nottingham? Would you like to meet other Spanish parents? Then we’d love to hear from you. Contact Susana on Mapperley Scrabble Club - Arrive at 6.30pm every Thurs at Haywood Rd Community Centre. Newcomers & experienced players welcome.For more info contact Greg on 07910 048162 or visit Trent Valley Ladies Probus Club - meet at midday first Monday each month for lunch & a talk. Contact Angela Stanley on 01159 619502. South Notts Alive & Kicking - Every Thurs at Arnold Liberal Club. 7.30pm-11.15pm. South Notts N.C.D.S.W is for the divorced, separated & widowed. Hand in friendship to all. Tel 0115 914 1076 or 0115 915 9119 for details. Complementary Therapies, Health and Well-Being - Every 4th Tuesday, 7.30 to 10pm, Arnold Library Meeting Room. Entrance fee. Refreshments. August 27 tba; Sept 24th tba; Oct 22 - Helping Hands in Bosnia - Trish Drew; Nov 26 - Xmas social (members only). Contact- Jacky 01636 815739, Jayne 0115 926 2068. Robin Hood Probus Club - For men who are retired, partly retired or nearing retirement. Monthly meeting on 3rd Tuesday at Longbow, Calverton Rd, Arnold, NG5 8FQ. Speaker & lunch. Call Derek 962 1932 or Bonington Players - meet for rehearsals at 7.45pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays from August to May at the Old Peoples Welfare Centre, Nottingham Road, Arnold. Productions are staged at the Bonington Theatre, Arnold. For more info call Linda on 0115 953 2807 or visit Friends of Bestwood Country Park - a community group for all interested in supporting the Park. For more details check or email Visit our park community cafe 10-noon Saturdays at Dynamo House, off Park Road, Bestwood Village. Nottingham City Petanque Club - play French boules at Valley Road, Sherwood, NG5 3HU opposite the Fiveways pub on Tuesdays at 7pm and Sundays at 2pm. Visit or leave a message on 07972 424052. New members welcome, first 3 vists free.

Community Diary cont..... If you run a group or club and want people to know about it, why not list it here? If your group is not-for-profit or a charity then your listing is free. All other groups pay just £5+vat per edition. Please get in touch either by phone on 0115 9269777 or email: Classic Cars, Bikes & Custom - Likeminded enthusiasts meet at Cafe Janais, Cattle Market, Nott’ham. 2nd & 4th Wed every month. For info call Brian on 07836 794541.

Society for the Study of Ancient Egypt - lectures held 6 times a year -plus special events & trips. New members welcome

- expect a warm, friendly welcome. For further info call 01246 276771 or Roundabout Social Club - for 50+ single, separated, widowed & divorced. Every Wednesday and a full monthly programme at Federation House, Claremont Road, Sherwood. 8pm -11pm. Tel: Joy on 07790 624374 or Coffee & Cake - every Wednesday 10.30-12noon at Foxhill Evangelical Church, Hill View Rd, Carlton. Drop in for a cup of tea/coffee, a cake and a chat. Nottingham Flower Club - Invites you to discover a new talent by joining us on a Thursday evening at the Bluecoat School, NG8 5GY. For dates of meetings contact Janet-0115 9375861. Card Playing - join our small, friendly group and learn Tichu, a 4 player game. More strategic than poker, simpler and more fun than bridge, it’s a game all ages can enjoy. We meet once monthly, Saturday evenings. Contact: sarah. Nottingham Organ Society - Bonington Theatre. 1st Monday in the month at 7.30pm. Come along and listen to an evening of light musical entertainment. Tickets available at the Bonington Theatre, Arnold, Nottingham. Call 0115 956 0733 Nottingham Rotaract - 18-30 ish - Want to meet people? Try new activities and help in your local community, nationally and internationally through volunteering and fundraising? We meet 7pm central Nottingham on 1st and 3rd Thursday each month. Visit for further details. National Council of Women - Nottingham & Notts Branch - meet last Monday in month 1.30pm for 2pm-3.30pm at Sherwood Methodist Church, Devon Drive, Sherwood. 30 Sept: Lisa Newport-McCabe will speak about her work with young offenders. For more info call 0115 950 3733.

French speaking group - French speakers, native or not, meet monthly at various venues in & around Nottingham to keep up with the language. Good conversation French required. Join our group on Facebook: “The Nottingham Frogs” or email A bientot. Grand Central Chorus - Sing in harmony with the GCC. Every Wed, 7.15pm at Harrington School, Long Eaton, NG10 4BJ. Visit or call Martin on 07855 270803 or just turn up. All teach by ear materials supplied. The Nottingham Branch of the Hardy Plant Society - meet on the 2nd Friday monthly (Oct-April) at West Bridgford Community Hall, Church Dr, West Bridgford, NG2 6AY at 7.30pm. Programme of guest speakers. In summer coach trips to inspirational gardens. Further info: or call Sylvia Bennett: 01949 836882/ Nottingham Cactus & Succulent Society - meet on 1st Wednesday monthly at Beeston Methodist Church Hall, Queens Rd, Beeston, NG9 2FF. Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm finish 9.30pm. Friendly group, outside speakers. All welcome. Further details please call 013325 11970 or go to Arnold Townswomens Guild - meet the first Tuesday of each month (Feb to Dec). 7pm to 9pm. New members welcome. Contact Jenny Green on 0115 926 3125. Burton Joyce Bowls Club - The Poplars Sports Ground, Station Road. Further information on 0115 844 7167 Embroiderers’ Guild - anyone interested in stitching and textiles is welcome. We meet at The Nottingham Mechanics,

North Sherwood St, Nottingham (close to the Royal Centre) on 1st Tuesday each month at 1.30 - 3.30pm. For more info contact Judith on 0115 953 1695. Nottingham Backgammon Club - Meet Mondays at 9pm at the Horse & Groom (8 cask ales, sandwiches, friendly atmosphere), Radford Rd, NG7 7EA. No membership fees, no playing fees. Call Keith Gray - 07717 058856 for more info. Arnold Branch of the U3A - meet at 1.30pm on the first Tuesday of the month at Arnold Methodist Church - Chairman 0115 920 1160 or visit Coffee Morning - every Tuesday - 10am til 1pm. Refreshments and a good old chat. New Testament Church, 173-175 Carlton Road, NG3 2FX. Bonington Film Club - Membership £1 per year. Film admission £2.50. Films shown regularly to members in the Bonington Theatre. To join contact Pauline Allan: 0115 967 6722 or Light Exercise - Gedling Asian Elders Association. Light exercise (chair exercise) £3 including tea, biscuits & freshly prepared meal.. Every Tues 11am -2pm. St Marks Church Hall, De-Vere Gardens, Woodthorpe. Tel Surjitsingh on 0115 958 3244 for more information. Age UK Notts Membership - over 40 social activities a month in and around Nottingham - everything from coffee mornings to table tennis! Call 0115 841 4473 for more information. Patterns & Plains Patchwork & Quilting Group - meet 2nd & 4th Weds monthly - 7.30pm - 9.30pm at the Salvation Army Hall, Arnold. Call 0115 9939106 after 7pm for info. New members welcome.

Tai Chi for Health and Self Defence - Dragon River Chen style Tai Chi at Arnold Hill School. Monday nights, 7-8.30pm. New starters always welcome. Website: For more info call Dave on 07981488890 or

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Turn up and Play Football sessions nr Council Football changing Block on West Park Long Eaton Saturday Mornings 9:30-10:30 am (1 hour only) Cost: £2.50 per session Sessions Run From March—October 2013 Please Note: All children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at all times. All Players must wear suitable footwear, shin pads and bring along a still drink.

The book is based in Nottingham and recalls the central character’s life from a young boy through to adulthood. It is categorised as a young adult novel and is described as a real coming of age novel. A gripping and compulsive read with an explosive end. Ray Ryan by Aiden Riley is available from Amazon as an ebook for Kindle. Price: £3.99 In celebration of our Diamond Anniversary

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THURSDAY 31ST OCTOBER 2013 Nottingham High School Waverley Mount, Nottingham NG7 4ED (car parking via Forest Road East) Demonstration commences 7:30pm – doors open 6:30pm Plants ~ Tombola ~ Arrangements Raffled

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SAT 5 OCTOBER 7:30pm

Hawaiian Luau in support of

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Call for a FREE BROCHURE Arnold Art Society arranges, at considerable expense, a programme of demonstrations by well known professional artists between September and December each year. Five demonstrations have been arranged this year with the first one being held on Wednesday evening September 18th. The complete programme can be seen below. We have been fortunate this year to have been awarded a grant by Nottinghamshire County Council towards financing the cost of the programme. One of the conditions of the award is that we must contact other art societies and U3A groups in Notts and members of the public with an interest in art to join Arnold Art Society members on the occasions of our demonstrations. This is the reason for this invitation. I should add that due to the limited seating accommodation at the Pondhills Community Centre, where the demonstrations will be held, the number of non-members of Arnold Art Society attending each event will have to be limited. We shall also be making a charge of ÂŁ3.00 per person for visitors. The demand for visitor places at each demonstration could be high so it is suggested that enquiries for places should be made, stating which demonstration you and/or your members wish to attend, as soon as possible to: John Williams (Secretary) Arnold Art Society, 37, Lees Road, Mapperley, Nottingham NG3 6GZ. Tel.0115 johnwilliams9@ Demonstration Programme Wed 18 Sept, K. Armstrong, (Cartoonist) Wed 16 October, Carol Hill, Wed 30 October, John Pooler, Wed 13 November, Tim Rose, Wed 27 November, Jennie Bambury, Venue: Pondhills Community Centre, Pondhills Lane, off Coppice Road, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8DR Further particulars available on request. All demonstrations commence at 7.30pm and conclude at 9.0pm. Seats to be occupied by 7.15 pm please.

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MUSICAL roundup If you are involved in a choir, singing group or band then we would love to hear from you. Every month, space permitting, we will include the latest news, concert information and forthcoming events. You just need to email us at: by the first Friday of the month. Sing with the best in the Country (and 20th in the world!)

Saturday 28 September 7pm

On Friday 5th July, 45 members of Grand Central Chorus walked out onto the dark stage of the Air Canada Centre, Toronto. An explosion of light and sound revealed a massive arena with 6000 applauding Barbershop followers. The CD waved his arms and the Chorus burst into song. 2013 UK Champion Ladies Six minutes later it was all over and the Chorus Barbershop Quartet were walking off to rapturous applause. The results revealed that the Chorus had achieved their highest Fortuity are representing the UK at the International Championships in Hawaii score ever at International, 78.8%, and placed 20th, that’s 20th in the world, a real achievement. The day before, the Chorus performed at Also starring: the Fairmont LACE CITY CHORUS Royal York Four time UK Ladies Barbershop Chorus Champions Hotel Concert THE EMERALD GUARD 2013 UK Champion Mens Barbershop Quartet Hall in the World Harmony LADY LUCK Ladies Acappella Octet Jamboree Show Arnold Hill Academy, Lower School, NG5 6NZ which featured Tickets £10, contact Jo Messom top Barbershop performers from all over the world. An 0115 956 6745 / exciting week! The next opportunity for you to see the Chorus perform is at 7pm on the 21st September, 2013, at St. Mary’s Parish Church, Melton Mowbray LE13 1AE. Tickets £8 obtainable at 01664851457 or 0166450057. On Wednesday 4th September there will be an ‘ Open Night’ on the regular rehearsal night at the usual venue, Harrington Junior School, Derby Road, Long Eaton, NG10 4BJ. Sing with the Chorus or just sit and listen but come along if you are male and 16+. Learn the basics of Barbershop harmony and voice production. It’s free! Bring along a friend. If you cannot manage that evening come along any Wednesday, you will be welcome. Ring Martin on 07855270803, 01664 411400, e-mail to register, or just turn up on the night. See the website for further information.

Bestwood Male Voice Choir

After an extremely busy and successful Diamond Jubilee Year in 2012, followed by 7 concerts in the first half of 2013, Bestwood MVC is now entering a period of more concentrated rehearsing before it’s next concert on the 7 September 2013. This is a Charity Concert, organised by choir member Claude Dilks, in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and Treetops Hospice. The concert takes place at The Duchess Theatre, Chatsworth Arts Centre in Long Eaton at 7.30pm. Bestwood MVC will be joined on this occasion by the Imari Ladies

Chorus, who sing ‘A Capella’ or without musical accompaniment. Tickets are £5 available from Claude Dilks on (01159) 726747 or Peter Fletcher on (01773) 715819. Bestwood MVC will be holding its’ Annual Gala Concert at the Albert Hall, Nottingham on Sunday 29 September 2013, at the new time of 3pm. This year the choir will be joined by the well renowned Thoresby Colliery Band and so the audience will be treated to a rich combination of brass and voice. Tickets are £10 and are available from Derrick Nurse on (01159) 285055.


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Sweet treatS

Banoffi Pie

Kieran’s Key Lime Pie

300g ginger biscuits 70g butter 397g tin condensed milk or caramel 3 bananas 300ml whipping cream chocolate for decoration 20cm spring based cake tin Method

This recipe is adapted from a BBC Food recipe. 375g gluten free digestive biscuiits 150g butter 8 large limes (zest & juice) 1 pint double cream 397g tin condensed milk to decorate (optional) 85g creme fraiche If using condensed milk - place tin in a 1 tsp lime zest large pan of boiling water - making sure the tin is completely covered. Boil the tin for 2 to 3 hours. Keep checking and topping up with boiling water. This is very important. If the tin isn’t covered it could explode! If this is too much for you just use a tin of caramel. Grease the tin. I line with greaseproof paper to make it easier to get the pudding out. Crush the ginger biscuits (I use a food processor) to fine crumbs. Melt the butter in a saucepan. Once melted, add the biscuit crumbs and mix well. Line the bottom of the tin with the mixture and press up the sides. Use a flat bottomed jar to press the mixture firmly then place in fridge to set for a couple of hours. Slice the bananas and place on the biscuit base. Pour over the caramel (if using boiled condensed milk be very careful when opening the tin). Whip the cream and when cool cover the top with cream. Decorate with chocolate shavings or sprinkles.


Crush the biscuits either in a food processor or in a bag with a rolling pin. Melt the butter in a pan and stir in the crushed biscuits. The mixture can be split between 2 x 18cm tins or 1 x 23cm tin. Press mixture into tins & chill in the fridge. Put lime juice, condensed milk & cream in a bowl and whisk for 1-2 mins. Add lime zest to mixture (save a tsp for decoration) and stir in. Pour mixture onto biscuit bases and chill for 2 hours or overnight. Decorate with crème fraiche and lime zest

Strawberry Tart

This recipe is adapted from one by Jocelyn Dimbleby in a Sainsbury’s cook book called Sweet Dreams.

175g plain flour 60g caster sugar 100g butter 300ml creme fraiche 350g strawberries 3 tbsp strawberry jam finely grated rind & juice of 1 orange (3 tbsp) Method

Sift flour & sugar into a bowl. Melt butter in a pan along with the orange rind and 2tbsp juice. Once melted add to bowl and mix well until a smooth dough is formed. Press mixture into a 24cm flan tin. Using hands press over the bottom & up the sides then chill in fridge for 30 mins. Heat over to 200°C. Bake pastry blind for 20 mins until edges are pale golden colour. Take out oven and pour in creme fraiche then return to oven for 10 mins. Once tart is cold decorate with strawbs. Gently heat the strawberry jam with a tbsp of orange juice and spoon over the top to glaze. Chill until ready to serve.


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