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Welcome to the April Edition… As usual this is a packed edition with lots of new advertisers, events and contributors. It seems the better weather has raised everyone’s spirits and we are all looking forward to a spring and summer full of local colour and events. Of particular note this month are; the Artist’s Open House at the Grange, Rottingdean (pg 7), The Hanover Band at St Margaret’s (pg 17), Murder/Mystery Night at the White Horse (pg 39) and a Retro Plus Market in Seaford (pg 41)

Page 5 Slimming World Page 7 Artist of the month Page 11 Dolphin computer tips Page 17 Hanover Band Page 21 Financial Advice Page 25 Bridgeford’s Best Bites Page 27 Local history Page 39 Murder Mystery Event Page 41 Retro Plus Market Page 43 Neighbourhood Watch Page 44 & 45 What’s On & Events Page 53 Nutrition for Travel

Enjoy yourselves and have a great month whatever you decide to to.

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From Frumpy at 40 to fit at 50

Shelley before Slimming World

When Shelley was faced with a 50�� birthday cycling challenge, her immediate reaction was “No, I just can’t do it”. At 49, Shelley was feeling unhealthy, unfit and frumpy but losing two and a half stone with Slimming World started the wheels turning on a healthier lifestyle. Having slept on it Shelley Phythian, of Saltdean, decided to take up the challenge. However she was soon feeling frustrated at training hard for the charity cycle challenge in Sri Lanka but not losing weight. To help with her motivation and to turn her weight loss up a gear, Shelley searched online for her local Slimming World group. Feeling nervous and concerned that she would be judged, Shelley took her first steps into the group. “I shouldn’t have been worried”, she said, “the atmosphere was warm and welcoming and I was greeted by a friendly consultant. The best thing was that everyone was in the same boat, there was no judgement, only support and encouragement”.

control of my whole life thanks to Slimming World. I now want to share my newfound energy with people who may be feeling the way I did, less than a year ago. I feel fab at fifty and ready to face my new challenge of opening a group in Saltdean”. Shelley’s Slimming World group will open on Monday 7�� April at 7.30pm in St Martin’s Church hall in Longridge Avenue, Saltdean. For more information contact Shelley on 07982 237299 or visit www.slimmingworld.com

Shelley was delighted at losing 5lb in her first week, having not been hungry at any time. “I couldn’t believe the amount and the variety of food I was able to eat and how easy the food plan was – I never once felt I was on a diet”. Each week Shelley and her friends at group shared ideas, recipes and tips which helped Shelley create indulgent, guilt-free family feasts. “It was amazing, the whole family could eat meals including curries, shepherd’s pie, lasagne and cooked breakfasts. Plus I could still enjoy a glass of wine without worrying about the scales”.

Shelley at the end of her 400km ride

For many people, the word exercise is associated with having to wear figure-revealing gym attire. With a five-day bike ride approaching, Shelley was worried about what she would wear and look like, “Cycling 80km daily in temperatures of up to 37 degrees Celsius, I knew I wouldn’t be able to cover up. Losing weight before I left gave me the confidence to get on the saddle”. Through her weight loss journey with food optimising and her cycling training, Shelley felt a growing confidence to steer her life in a new direction. Jubilantly crossing the finish line 400km later, she felt she didn’t want to stop. Her growing passion for cycling and living a healthier life has kept her on the right track towards her chosen weight target. “I feel so much more confident and in

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Art at the Grange Rottingdean Spring

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Artist Open Houses Rottingdean This May The Grange Art Gallery and The Open Art Cafe will be hosts of The Brighton Festival Artists Open Houses in Rottingdean. Mosaics by Aimee Harman and her fellow mosaic artists will exhibit in the cafe as well as in and around The Grange tea gardens in an exciting collaboration. Also on display,by popular demand, wood sculptures by Raphael Berrio. In The Grange William Nicholson Art Gallery 3D art include: Knitting and crochet by Naomi-Hyde-Smith, silk scarves and jewellery by Denise Hopper. Popular puppet theatres by Philip Sugg . Decorative glassware by Katherine Holman and fused glass sculptures and drawings by Christine Harfleet.

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Paintings are by Barry Hinchliff, watercolours by Jan Mnich and Julia Elliott. Abstracts by George Antoni and Orna Schneerson Pascal. Horses and portraits in oils by Graham Fletcher. Landscapes and biblical figures by Zan Stevenson. illustrations by Amanda Davidson in conjunction with a special new children's book launch by Professor Cedric Watts. Throughout, the exhibition the artists will be selling prints, cards and holding demonstrations.

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Computer tips from Dolphin Computer Upgrades Computer Tips & Advice 55

Cyber Security The news is full of stories about cyber security - how Governments are snooping on people through their own computers; how hackers are worming their ways into your inbox and through your social media to steal your identity; do you take any notice? What do we need to do to protect ourselves? What is the biggest threat to our online safety, that is almost universal whether it be your PC, your Mac, smart phone, tablet, or email.....? What is the biggest risk to computer security? You are. The most common form of security breach is through human error, human apathy, or human ignorance. There is a (relatively) new phrase being bandied about that of Computer Security Apathy. With so many articles about hackers, cyber attacks and spam it appears that people are just switching off to the very real threats out there. Couple this with the "it won't happen to me" attitude and the reliance on free antivirus software and you are laying yourself open to security breaches.

Ignorance overlaps with apathy - "these hackers are just mucking about aren't they" is something that we hear quite often - but are they? Banks and financial institutions are no longer accepting ignorance as a mitigating circumstance if you have let hackers access your computers - we have had to provide several clients with letters stating that yes, our client does have a decent paid for security software package installed on their computer by us before the bank will take action. Whilst we continue to use social networks to tell the world that we are not in our homes or our places of work; whilst we don't bother having any or more than one password to access our computers and websites; whilst we don't bother having any form of paid for security or encrypted backups on our systems, we, as individuals and as businesses are the weakest link in computer security.

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Summer music events in Rottingdean

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World renowned orchestra to perform in Rottingdean The Hanover Band, world renowned for its performances of masterpieces from the Baroque and classical repertoire, is to appear in a series of summer concerts at St Margaret’s Church, Rottingdean. The concerts will bring together experienced members of the orchestra and some of Britain’s most talented young musicians to perform programmes exploring, in turn, the glories of early music, the immense impact of Handel and his contemporaries, the great blossoming of the classical genre led by W A Mozart and the arrival of the romantic era led by Beethoven, Schubert and Mendelssohn. Sponsorship by the Swiss charity Fondation La Joie des Arts means that the entire ticket sales revenue will be donated to St Margaret’s Church restoration appeal. “We are all tremendously excited to be able to bring such a prestigious orchestra to perform in St Margaret’s,” says Father Martin, the parish priest. “The Hanover Band has performed all over the world in venues like Carnegie Hall in New York, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and the South Bank Centre, and we could not have wished for a better start for the programme of events we plan to produce in our newly-restored historic church which has been such an integral part of our community for nearly 1,000 years.”

The first concert, entitled Buds of May, will be on Friday June 9. Glories of the Handel Era will follow on Saturday July 5, Romantic Interludes on Saturday August 23 and the concluding concert, Mozart – Airs and Graces takes place on Saturday September 27. Tickets for all four concerts are now on sale, with a special subscription price saving 25% if you book for all four events. Bookings may be made by phone on 01243 813595, online at www.deanconcerts.com or in person from the church office. Further information from John Shaw Tel: 01273 301948

Daniel Shao, a dynamic young flautist who reached the finals of the BBC Young Musician of the Year contest, will be one of the soloists in the St Margaret’s Church concert series.

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Andrew Arthur, who enjoys a reputation throughout Europe and the USA as a musician of exceptional versatility, will conduct The Hanover Band’s concert series at St Margaret’s Church, Rottingdean, this summer.


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Financial Advice

Facing the Future. These days we are likely to live longer, healthier lives. The Office for National Statistics predicts that by the mid-century more than 7% of the UK population will be over 85 years old. Longevity is undoubtedly a blessing, but it comes at a cost. The reality is that we are not saving enough or spending enough time planning for our future. There is a degree of realism among Britain’s savers, even if their assessments are unsettling. Recent research by HSBC (‘The Future of Retirement’, 2013) revealed that two-thirds of people think that their preparations for a comfortable retirement are inadequate. The survey found that people expect their retirement to span 19 years but their savings would cover their anticipated lifestyle for just seven years. People are increasingly at risk of outliving their capital, but attitudes towards financial planning have not kept pace with this new demographic reality. Although individuals voiced concerns about whether they will be able to achieve longer-term goals, a third of respondents planned to increase their cash holdings over the next year. However, just over a fifth (22%) said that tax breaks on their investments might be the catalyst that they needed to move out of cash. Not only are we cautious and risk averse, but we are attending to our short-term needs at the expense of our long-term plans. BlackRock found that people save primarily for a rainy day or a holiday and spend more time planning for their annual vacation than their retirement. Indeed, buying a smart phone or the latest tablet computer consumed more time than thinking about their plans for retirement.

Careful planning and a commitment to action can still help us realise designs we have, however humble or grand. Surveys consistently demonstrate that there is a direct link between financial planning and saving more, however modest our income. People who use professional advice have two and half times the retirement savings of those who have not sought advice (source: HSBC, ‘The Future of Retirement’, 2013). BlackRock’s research also showed that people who have a financial adviser feel more in control of their financial futures, probably because the process compels them to take a more involved and comprehensive view of their finances. Building a secure financial future requires foresight, attention to detail and realism – as well as a dash of anticipation of enjoying one’s hard-earned wealth. The tax year-end is a time to seize your opportunities and start to make a difference now for the future. To receive a complimentary guide covering Wealth Management, Retirement Planning or Inheritance Tax Planning, produced by St. James’s Place Wealth Management, contact Mark Holmes of St. James’s Place Wealth Management on 07966 398581 or email mark.holmes@sjpp.co.uk or visit www.markdholmes.co.uk.

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Oxidative Stress Life exposes us to many types of stress; oxidative stress is one we cannot see or feel. A certain amount is produced by our normal metabolic processes and can be important for our immune function, yet excessive oxidative stress can be a risk factor for many chronic conditions. Imagine that we have an internal exhaust system and our cells need to process the exhaust fumes, yet can only process a limited amount, so any excess creates problems including molecular, cellular and tissue damage. Oxidative Stress is essentially an imbalance between the production of free radicals and the body's ability to counteract or detoxify their harmful effects by neutralising with antioxidants. Internal Free Radicals are produced in normal human activity such as energy production, detoxification of pollutants and immune defence systems. They are unstable molecules that can take an electron from a neighbouring molecule, causing damage in the process. Unchecked free radical production accelerates the cause of human disease and aging. Reactive Oxygen Species: A free radical is a molecule that contains oxygen and has one or more unpaired electrons, making it highly reactive with other molecules. Oxygen by-products are relatively un-reactive but some can metabolise within the body giving rise to these highly reactive oxidants. Some reactive oxygen species are useful in killing invading pathogens or microbes. Free radicals can also chemically interact with DNA, protein and lipids, stealing their electrons in order to become stabilised. This destabilises the DNA, protein and lipids molecules which then find and steal an electron from another molecule, triggering a chain of free radical reactions causing cell damage and homeostatic disruption, including suppressing the immune system. External Free Radical Sources • Alcohol • Cigarette smoke (1 puff - 10,000 free radicals) • Medication • Ozone (O1 - 1 atom is always a free radical) • Polluted water; poor nutrition • Radiation • Stress; Smog; smoked, grilled and preserved food • UV rays Diseases caused by oxidative stress Evidence is accumulating that oxidative stress is involved in many pathological processes, including:

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Asthma Cancers and gene mutations; Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Diabetes mellitus Environmental sensitivity Fragile X Syndrome Heart and blood vessel disorders: atherosclerosis, heart attack, heart failure • Inflammatory diseases: rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis; Inflammatory bowel disease • Macular degeneration • Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Antioxidants Free radicals are counter-balanced by the anti-oxidants present in foods and supplements. Proanthocyanidins found in blueberries and bioflavonoids found in citrus fruits, as well as the antioxidant enzymes, superoxide dismutase and glutathione peroxidase protect against free radical damage. Oxidative Stress Testing A combination of a blood and a urine sample are taken to assess balance between oxidative damage and antioxidant reserve and evaluate the damage that free radical production has already caused. Prevention “You might just as well stand unprotected in front of an X-ray machine as to not get enough fruits and vegetables.” Journal of the Medical Association: Prof. Bruce Ames, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, and a senior scientist at Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI). We are happy to advise you on your health matters. Lin Bridgeford DO KFRP MSCC ICAK (UK) MSc Registered Osteopath & Kinesiologist & Yoga Teacher Aether Bios Clinic Saltdean Brighton 01273 309557 07710 227038 www.lin4juiceplus.co.uk www.osteo-info.co.uk

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Local history

Local History - Part 25

Rottingdean High Street Mike Laslett

An enjoyable and informative afternoon stroll may be taken along Rottingdean High Street, concluded by a drink at one of the excellent pubs or tearooms en route. At the sea end, around the A259 crossroads, the buildings have generally changed beyond recognition, though the architecturally minded among you may wish to note St Margaret’s Flats by Richard Jones, who designed Saltdean Lido and The Ocean Hotel. However, to the north of the crossroads, you can soak up the historic atmosphere as you traverse the narrow red bricked pavements bounded by high cobbled walls, observing the buildings which are both attractive and of historic interest. Start at The Queen Victoria Public House on the eastern side of the High Street.

The school, recently closed, was originally an early 19�� Century detached house and has hosted various schools since 1832. It is fronted by a fine cobbled wall. You may wish to take a break for refreshment at this stage. Our journey along the High Street will continue next month.

The first notable building of antiquity is The Olde Cottage Tea rooms, built about 1580, note how low the roof is at the rear. Its other functions over the years have included being a greengrocer’s.

The adjacent “Tallboys” at No 66, with its tall, narrow, form and cobbled frontage has hardly changed since it was built in 1780 as a Customs House to reduce smuggling. Looking across to the old houses opposite note number 33 with its cobble plinth and knapped flint walls above. The central chimney stack, dentil cornice and surviving horizontal sliding sash windows are characterful 18�� century features but behind this façade there is almost certainly a much earlier building which was substantially altered in the 18th century. On the front of the house you can see a Sun Insurance Fire emblem.

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The Sun Fire Office first opened in 1709. Following The Great Fire of London in 1666, private insurance companies insured buildings against fire and employed their own firefighters to douse the blaze. Each company had its own mark and should the building belong to a rival company the firemen would turn round and go back to bed! LOCAL BUSINESS

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Rottingdean event news

Murder Mystery at the White Horse, Rottingdean Saturday May 3rd, 7.30 pm The Dead Funny Company is coming to Rottingdean in May with their spectacular mix of tension, mystery and above all fun. The evening begins at 7.30 pm, includes a three course meal and finishes about 10.30 pm. The actors mingle with the amateur sleuths, namely the diners, when suddenly a murder takes place. The play, performed by the Dead Funny Company, unfolds during the meal with clues aplenty and a few red herrings and not necessarily those on the menu. Solve the murder in couples or in teams of any size or as an individual and win the prize. Remember as Sherlock Holmes said, ‘…when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth’

£20 per head: this includes the sleuthing evening and a three course meal. This evening is organised by the Rottingdean and Saltdean Lions Club with all proceeds going to support local charities and community projects. All are welcome. Contact: Geoff Rhodes. rhodes22@ntlworld.com or 07767 665 895

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Retro Market Seaford

Retro Plus Market April 25�� & 26�� - 11am – 6pm Clinton Centre, Clinton Place, Seaford, BN25 1NP The Retro Plus Market in Seaford is on its way again this year! After the phenomenal success of last year’s market with over 1000 visitors, we are gathering makers and collectors to put on another fantastic show on April 25�� and 26�� 2014. Due to the high volume of visitors we are holding this year’s market at the Clinton Centre so that we can welcome everyone, including visitors in wheelchairs and those with pushchairs.

Last but not least, we are delighted to be able to offer our visitors some pampering in the form of seated, neck and shoulder massage and each evening, visitors will be able to enjoy a small free glass of Pimms from 5pm – 6pm! For more information go to: seafordretroplusmarket.blogspot.com

On the art and craft side our line-up this year includes a wide range of beautiful, handcrafted jewellery in silver and semi precious stones, ceramics, silk and textile art, handbags, paintings, prints and cards all by well known Sussex artists. New this year we have locally made soaps as well as amazing homemade cakes. On the Retro side we will have unusual and much sought-after household collectables, retro books, vinyl music of the 50s, 60s & 70s and top quality second hand and retro clothes. The Made by group will be offering their upcycled furniture and hand-sewn delights.

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Neighbourhood Watch

Securing your personal data It's that time of year again when our accountants start chasing us for the end of year accounts, and paid invoices if you are self employed. Given that the Inland Revenue expects us to keep at least 4 years previous accounts and if you are disposing of the ''5th '' year these should be SHREDDED in order to stop anyone extracting personal data. With documents ALL names, addresses and account numbers should preferably be SHREDDED, but if not at least made illegible before putting in your bin!! Shredding machines or special scissors can be purchased very cheaply nowadays for this purpose. The other thing to remember is if you are discarding a credit or cash card it needs to be cut into 1/4 inch strips including the ''chip''. Recent NHW open meeting/AGM Our recent Meeting for members and co-ordinators proved a lively and interesting meeting. Our Guest speaker was the Police & Crime commissioner Katy Bourne who gave us an enthusiastic insight into her role as PCC. Our members had a lot of questions for the PCC and also for the Police representatives from Lewes District and Brighton & Hove. We had positive feedback from many members and know that with the support of the Police, Saltdean Rottingdean &

Ovingdean Neighbourhood Watch will continue to go from strength to strength. We have several new ventures that we will be enthusiastically taking on during 2014.

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What’s On

Mondays Civil Service Pensioners Alliance – Monday morning month‐ ly Evelyn George 308665. Saltdean Community Centre Weaning Clinic drop‐in at Hazel Co�age, Warren Road, Woodingdean.  The first Monday of the month only (exc. Bank holidays) (FREE) Yoga ‐ 10am to Noon. Renata 01273 301245 or 07775537484 Ovingdean Village Hall Fun & Fit - Pilates and Tone + Blast class 9.30 - 10am - Blast Class, 10-11am - Pilate & Tone Saltdean Community Centre - Karen 305827 Infant Massage Group 11.45 - 12.45pm, Lady of Lourdes Church, Rottingdean, 01273 308961 - £4.50 Drop in. Exercise to Music ‐  1.30pm to 2.30pm. Church of the Holy Cross, Woodingdean. £3. Ella 737054 Womens Ins�tute ‐  Second Monday of the month. 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Ovingdean Village Hall Yoga – Monday and Wednesday evening and Thursday morning Breeda Duggan 233608. Sdean Community Centre Scouts (10.5 to 14 yrs) 7.30 – 9.30pm. Old Parish Ln, Wdean Mowgli Cub Scouts (8 years to 10.5 years) 7pm – 8.30pm. Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Explorer Scouts (14 years – 18 years) Scout HQ, Whiteway Lane, Ro�ngdean Brownies ‐ Term �mes 5.45pm to 7.00pm. Waiting list Samantha: 07870899832. Ovingdean Village Hall Nia Dance Class: 6-7PM Rottingdean Village Hall - Helena 01273 583299 Habakkuk Harriers running Club 7.00pm Running in and around Woodingdean. FREE. Phone 01273 705685 for details. Ji�erbug Jive and Swing – 7.30 ‐ 8.30pm Ro�ngdean Village Hall. Lizzie 01273 300533 5 Rhythms Dance 7.30 to 9.30pm Rottingdean Village Hall. £10 or £8 students/over 65’s. Neda - 07779 033129 Pilates @ Saltdean Pilates 9.30 to 10.30am. lvl 2, 10.4511.45am lvl 1, 6.45 to 7.45pm lvl 3, 8.00 - 9.00pm lvl 2 private studio. saltdeanpilates@hotmail.co.uk. Small classes of 4/5 people. £48 course - 6 classes. Tracy Armfield 07877 878532 Weight Watchers – Monday evenings 7.00pm – 8.30pm Sarah Evans 605749. S’dean Community Centre St Margaret’s Women’s Group 2nd Monday of the month, 7.30pm in the cottage, The Green, Rottingdean

Tuesdays Morning meditation 7.30-8.30am Open Art Café, 6 Nevill Road Rottingdean Drop-in £3 info: Theresa Sundt 01273 303571 Saltdean & District Choir – Tuesday 9.45am Audrey Pickles 303596. Or Pamela Reynolds 583701 Saltdean Community Centre Church Service ‐ 10.00am.Holy Communion St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean Conversa�onal French 10.30am‐12pm, Our Lady Lourdes Church Hall, Steyning Road, Ro�ngdean. 01273 390179. All proceeds go to CAFOD Blast Class, Pilates and Stretch 8.55‐9.25am ‐ Blast, 9.30 ‐ 10.30 - Pilates, O’dean Village Hall. Karen 01273 305827 Baby and You 10.30am‐12 noon at Hazel Co�age Clinic, Warren Road, Woodingdean.  (drop‐in for expectant parents and parent/carers with babies who are not yet walking) ‐ (FREE) Low Cost Healing Clinic 10-12pm the House Project cntre, 75 Longridge Ave, S.dean Venetia Campbell 306525 www.brightonmetamorphic.co.uk/communitywellnessproject

Healthy Child Clinic 1.30pm – 3pm at the Saltdean Children’s Centre (Outreach) in Boomerang Kids Nursery, Saltdean Barn,Arundel Drive West, Saltdean. Weighing, measuring and drop‐in session for children up to 5yrs and their carers.‐  (FREE) Tai Chi 10am St Mar�ns Church Hall, Longridge Ave. Academy of Dancing 3.55 –7 pm. Charlene Benford 01323 899149 Saltdean Community Centre Over 50’s Keep Fit Classes – Tuesday 1.45 – 2.45 pm £3.00 per session. Tea and Coffee included. St Mar�ns Church Hall, Longridge Ave. Saltdean Parents/ Carers/ Babies/ Toddlers Tuesday 9‐12pm Pam Turner 01273 306553.Woodingdean Community Centre Royal Sco�sh Country Dancing Society – Tuesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm during school �me. Saltdean Junior School. Pam & Ray Archer 01273 684417 Medita�on Class 9.15am to 10.00am, 11 - 11.45am, 2.00 - 2.45pm Bindi Shah 01273 302350 Pilates 7.45 - 8.45pm Deans Leisure Centre, Falmer Road Contact Jan Davies - 07904 187257 Pilates @ Saltdean pilates 6.00 - 6.45pm Pregnancy Pilates, 7.15-8.15pm level 1 Private studio. Contact Tracy Armfield on 07877878532 / saltdeanpilates@hotmail.co.uk Small classes of 4/5 people. £48.00/course of 6 classes

Cub Scouts (8 years to 10.5 years) 6.30pm – 8.30pm Woodingdean - Old Parish Lane. Ro�ngdean Contact: Caroline: Caroline@idltd.com Scout HQ,Whiteway Lane, Ro�ngdean Tuesday Evening Bingo Club – weekly 7.30pm start. Contact Peter Poin�ng 309519. Saltdean Comm Centre Second Tuesday of the month Woodingdean Hor�culture Society ‐ 7.30pm Woodingdean Community Centre

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Thursdays Morning meditation 7.30-8.30am Open Art Café, 6 Nevill Road Rottingdean Drop-in £3 info: Theresa Sundt 01273 303571 Downs Baptist Church, Woodingdean Three youth clubs to suit age 8-16 at Rudyard Kipling Primary School, BN2 6RH. Contact: Sean Older 01273 232414 office@downsbaptistchurch.org Church Service ‐ 10.00am.Holy Communion St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean Open House Friendship Club 1.30 to 4.00pm Woodingdean Community Centre Medita�on Class 9.15 - 10.00am, 6.00pm to 6.45pm Bindi Shah 01273 302350 Saltdean Drive MessyBoots 9.15 - 11.30am Messy play with singing, stories, toys, arts & crafts. The Scout Hut Longridge Ave. Info@messyboots.com Coffee Shop ‐ 10‐12 Woodingdean Methodist Church, The Ridgeway. 304812 Make some new friends. Healthy Child Clinic ‐ 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 11‐12 noon at Hazel Co�age, Warren Road, Woodingdean (FREE) .Weighing, measuring and drop‐in session for children up to 5yrs and their carers. Healthy Child Clinic – 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month 11‐12 noon at The Deans Gateway Children’s Centre, Rudyard Kipling School (FREE) Weighing, measuring and drop‐in session for children up to 5yrs and their carers. Academy of Dancing 4‐8.35pm. Charlene Benford 01323 899149 Saltdean Community Centre Weight Watchers 6.00pm Peacehaven Evangelical Church, Mayfield Avenue, Peacehaven Sue Ca�, 390652 for futher informa�on. Weight Watchers 6.45pm Woodingdean Community Centre. Habakkuk Harriers running Club 7.00pm Running in and around Woodingdean. FREE Phone 01273 705685 for details. Weight Watchers‐ 6.00pm The Church of the Holy Cross, Woodingdean Ro�ngdean Wine Club ‐ Second Thursday in the month, Whiteway Centre, Ro�ngdean, 7.30 Pm Further details, Tony Woodhall 01273 309697 Gardening Club‐ First Thursday of the month. 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Ovingdean Village Hall. Beaver Scouts (6 years to 8 years) 6.00pm – 7.00pm Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Line Dancing ‐  Second and Fourth Thursdays 7.00pm to 8.30pm. Ovingdean Village Hall Beaver Scouts (6 years to 8 years) 6.00pm – 7.00pm Ro�ngdean Contact Lindsey Delow: lindsey.delow@me.com Pilates @ Saltdean Pilates 7.00pm - 8.00pm level 1 (starting November 2013) Private studio. Contact Tracy Armfield on 07877878532 / saltdeanpilates@hotmail.co.uk Small classes of 4/5 people. £48.00/course of 6 classes Scouts (10.5 years to 14 years) 7.30pm – 9.00pm Ro�ngdean Contact Mar�n Carr: 07801 687172 Scout HQ, Whiteway Lane, Ro�ngdean Tai Chi & Qigong 6.45pm‐8.45pm Ro�ngdean Public Hall, Park Road, Ro�ngdean Info from Evelyn Hills 01323 725545 1st Thursday in the month Saltdean Townswomen’s Guild ‐ 1.45PM in the Lower Hall of the Saltdean Community Centre, 01273 301074 Royal Bri�sh Legion Women’s sec�on 2.30pm Whiteways Centre, Ro�ngdean Second Thursday in the month Saltdean Oval Women’s Ins�tute meets at 10 a.m. at the Saltdean Community Centre. The contact is Gill Rees 01273 301270 U3A mee�ng 2.1 5 p m - 2 . 3 0 p m St . Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean 3rd Thursday in the month Ovingdean Social Group ‐ 7.15pm for 7.30pm Ovingdean Village Hall (3rd Thursday in the month) Last Thursday of the month Lunch Club ‐ W’dean Methodist Church ‐ 887734/ 887618

Sea Swim Fitness ‐ 7.00am.Saltdean Beach. www.seaswimfitness.co.uk Dizzy Tilly Kids ‐ ac�vi�es 0 – 4 yrs – music, puppets, bubbles,stories and play. 9.30am & 11am  ‐ Clare Derby 308706 . St Mar�ns Hall, Saltdean Dizzy Tilly party fun time! For children's parties age 2-6years taking bookings now! Crawlers and Toddlers Drop‐in (Free of charge) 9.15am ‐ 10.30am (confident crawlers to 2 years) at St Margaret’s Co�age Ro�ngdean (next to the church and opposite the pond) Rosemary Conley Diet & Fitness - 9.45-11.15am aerobics, 6.30-8pm Zumba Fitness, Saltdean Community Centre, Lesley Jeavons 915097 Funky Feet (modern dance) Woodingdean Methodist Church Hall. Classes for adults and children Ring Vanessa on 273227 Academy of Dancing 5.10 –7.20 pm. Charlene Benford 01323 899149 Saltdean Community Centre Medita�on Class 9.15am to 10.00am, 11 - 11.45am Bindi Shah 01273 302350 Fun & Fit - Body Circuits, Pilates & Tone 9.30-10.20am S.dean Comm cntr, 305827 10-11 P & T Telsc Civic Cntre 300435 Weight Watchers 10.am. The Lady of Lourdes Church Hall,R.dean Stretch and Tone 10 am to 11am. Ovingdean Village Hall Baby and You 11am – 12.15pm  Drop‐in (Babies from 6 weeks to Crawling) at St Margaret’s Co�age, Rotdn Tai Chi – Wednesday mornings 10 – 11.15 Andrea 01273 304472 Saltdean Community Centre Play Group Lady of Lourdes Church Hall Rtgdean, 1.15 3pm 0-5 Year olds £2.00 per family. French for Fidgets Parent & Toddler Class, 1.30: 2.15pm Rtgdean Village Hall Liz Watson 07976 368052 The Ro�ngdean Bridge Club 6.15 pm The Whiteway Centre, Ro�ngdean Call June Hill 01273 307623 for details. Art & Cra� Club – Wednesday a�ernoon Irene Beardwell 303745, Saltdean Community Centre Yoga ‐  2.30pm to 3.30pm. Church of the Holy Cross, Wood‐ ingdean. £3. Ella 737054 Jane Salisbury School of Dance ‐ Ballet, Tap and Funky Freestyle, (from 3yrs upwards) 3.30pm‐5.30pm, St Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean 01273 275002, 07855955138 janesalisbury@ntlworld.com Yogagroov Dance Fitness Class Rottingdean Public Hall, 6.05 - 7.05pm every Weds Nicola Price 07815 698088 nia@nicolaprice.com Seeonee Cub Scouts (8 years to 10.5 years) 7pm – 8.30pm Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Serenity Yoga - Hatha Yoga (Beginners welcome) 7.00-8.15pm, & 8.30 - 9.45pm St Nicholas Church Hall Nikki Tuke 07813 125795 Al-Anon Meeting 7.15 for 7.30pm start Telscombe Civic Ctr. Contact 0207 4030888 www.al-anon.org.uk or Sue 07590675496 American Partner Dancing 7.30 - 9pm W’dean Community Centre, beginners welcome: Chester 07519 818112 Or Lesley 07885986857 stepscwdc@gmail.com Brighton Male Voice Choir‐  7.30pm. Holy Cross Church Hall, Woodingdean. Tom Ryan 07899874969 Saltdean Townswomen’s Guild ‐ 1.45PM at the Martlets Flats lounge, Bannings Vale on the 1st Thursday of each month, 01273 301074 Pilates – Weds eve‐ Danielle 584984. S’dean Comm Centre Slimming World 5.30 & 7.30PM Wdngdean Yth Centre, Warren Rd. Contact Ali - 01273 300680/07821 179343 Sea Swim Fitness 7am, S’dean beach Southover Badminton Club www.seaswimfitness.co.uk 8 - 10pm, Deans Leisure Centre, Contact Dan (07812 Children’s Art Club ‐ 3.30‐5.15pm Clair Ma�hews 658834), Lesley (01444 233965) 07843275520. Saltdean Community Centre southoverclub@hotmail.co.uk Zumba - 7.30pm. Contact Sundari 07907 185135 St Martins Fun & Fit - Pilates Plus, Body Blast 9.30- 10.25am; Body Blast 10.30 - 11.00 Church Hall Also Saturday 9.15am, £5 drop in. Saltdean Comm. Centre. 305827 Zumba – 7.30pm. Contact Laura Miller 01273 300221. Slimming world – morning – Mandy Crew 542827 Saltdean St Nicholas Church Hall. Community Centre. T.S.Valiant N.T.C. meets @ Woodingdean School 6.308.30pm on Weds. Age 7 upwards. Contact 01273 676784. Stretch and Tone ‐  10 am to 11am. Ovingdean Village Hall. The Ro�ngdean Bridge Club 1.20pm The Whiteway Centre, Ro�ngdean Call June Hill 01273 307623 for details.

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Fun & Fit Run, walk, stagger 8-9 Sdean Car park 305827 Academy of Dancing 9am ‐1.50 pm. Charlene Benford 01323 899149 Saltdean Cmnty Centre Medita�on Class 9.15 - 10.00am Bindi Shah 01273 302350

Local Groups Brighton Male Voice Choir Tom Ryan‐ Secretary 01273 688005 07899874969 Or G.Meeton 01273 241755 Four Deans Stroke Club 01273 302998 Ro�ngdean Preserva�on Society 01273 304752 The Grange Museum and Art Gallery Ro�ngdean 01273 301004 Mon/Tues 10am ‐4pm Closed Weds Thurs/Fri/Sat 10am‐4pm Sunday 2pm ‐ 4pm Ro�ngdean Drama Society www.ro�ngdeandramasociety.co.uk Ro�ngdean Writers Mary Deacon 01273 306956 Ro�ngdean Camera Club Brian Knight 01273 302605 Ro�ngdean Cricket Club 01273 309325 Rottingdean Bowling Club Norman Watson 01273 301290 www.rottingdeanbowlingclub.co.uk The Ro�ngdean Bridge Club June Hill, Secretary 01273 302680 Ro�ngdean Wine Club Tony Woodhall 01273 309697 The Deans Orchestra Barry Mar�n 01323 895927 Saltdean Community Choir Cathy Rands 01273 583105 Saltdean Towns Womens Guild 01273 301074 Saltdean Lido 01273 888308 WSLAT & Rottingdean LAT mary.mears@brightonhove.gcsx.gov.uk 01273 291011 S’dean Bowling Club Sec:T Hammond 01273 887618 S’dean Residents Association www.saltdeanra.org.uk Saltdeanra@googlemail.com Sdean, Rdean & Odean NH Watch Linda Hood, Secretary 01273 306441 nhw.sro-sec@hotmail.co.uk Woodingdean Swimming Pool 01273 673265 Woodingdean Rainbows and Brownies Elizabeth 01273 272670 Five Deans U3A Margaret - 01273 583005 Janet - 01273 304347 www.fivedeansu3a.org.uk

Saturday night dance 7.30Pm – 10.30pm – Doug Hann 01273 691767 St Nicholas Church Hall Jane Salisbury School of Dance ‐ Ballet, Tap and Funky Freestyle, (from 3yrs upwards) 9.30am‐12.30pm, St Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean 01273 275002, 07855955138. janesalis‐ buryschoolofdance@gmail.com Sacrament of Penance ‐ 10.30am, 5.45‐ 6.15pm. Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Ro�ngdean

Sundays Church Service ‐ 10.15am. St Mar�ns URC Longridge Avenue Saltdean Biblical Dance, circle style for men, women and children ‐ Held occasional Sundays at St Mar�n’s Church Hall, Longridge Ave from 3‐4pm. Contact Judy Law 01273 307034 for next mee�ng Sunday Mass - Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church Rottingdean 6.30 pm (Sat) and 10.30 am (Sun), also 9.00 am (Sun) at St Patrick's Catholic Church, Woodingdean

Woodingdean Bowls Club Kate Paton Secretary 01273 502570 Trevor Smith Chairman 01273 302642 Local Community Centres Saltdean Community Centre Alex on 07804 908609 Ro�ngdean Whiteway Centre Whiteway Lane Ro�ngdean, Brighton BN2 7HB 01273 307431 For Le�ng 07840 088 575 Ro�ngdean & Saltdean Lions Club info@ro�ngdeanand saltdeanlions. org.uk 08458 339617 Ro�ngdean Public Hall Park Lane Available for Hire 01273 302092 Woodingdean Community Centre Warren Road 01273 685940 Woodingdean Youth Centre Warren Road Brighton BN2 6BB 01273 600606 woodingdeanyc@btconnect.com Southover Badminton Club Dan (07812 658834) Lesley (01444 233965) southoverclub@hotmail.co.uk www.twitter.com/southoverclub Beacon Hill Nature Reserve Monthly work sessions with Ranger Charlie. Contact Bernadette 309118 berskin@hotmail.com Local Churches St Mar�ns URC Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Secretary: Rob Upward 01273 309097 St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean Brighton ,BN2 8HE 01273 302192 www.saltdeansaintnicholas.org.uk Local Police Contacts Saltdean Christopher Kingswood Police Community Support Officer 07766 997863 0845 60 70 999 Ext:19365 Woodingdean Ray Harrison Neighbourhood Policing Constable 07766 997887 0845 60 70 999 Ext:25581 Ro�ngdean, Ovingdean Christopher Kingswood Police Community Support Officer 0845 60 70 999 Ext:19365

date or info 01273 307034 Church Service ‐ 10am. Woodingdean Methodist Church The Ridgeway Wdean. Church Service ‐ 8am.Holy Communion 10.30am Parish Communion St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean Church Service 10.00am Sung Eucharist - St Wulfrans Church Ovingdean Sunday Mass ‐ Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Ro�ngdean 6.30pm (Sat) 10.30am Sun also 9am St Patrick’s Catholic Church, Woodingdean. Downs Baptist Church Family friendly Service & Sunday School 10.30am meet at Woodingdean Primary School. DBC Youth Church Service (age 11-21) 6pm at Rudyard Kipling Primary School. DBC Adult service 6pm Rudyard Kipling Primary School.

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Local Libraries Woodingdean Library Warren Road Brighton BN2 6BA (01273) 296928 Opening hours Monday 10am‐1pm 2‐5pm Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday 10am‐1pm 2‐7pm Friday Closed Saturday 10am‐1pm 2‐4pm Ro�ngdean Library The Grange, Ro�ngdean BN2 7HA (01273) 296918 Opening hours Monday 10am‐1pm 2‐5pm Tuesday/Weds Closed Thursday 10am‐1pm 2‐7pm Friday Closed Saturday 10am‐1pm 2‐4pm Saltdean Library Saltdean Lido, Saltdean BN2 8SP (01273) 296920 Opening hours Monday Closed Tuesday 10am‐1pm 2‐7pm Wednesday/Thurs Closed Friday 10am‐1pm 2‐5pm Saturday 10am‐1pm 2‐4pm Local Community Websites www.woodingdean.info www.saltdean.info www.ro�ngdean.uk.com Local Venues Woodingdean Woodingdean Methodist Hall to rent for par�es etc. 01273 304812 Beulah Fletcher Woodingdean St Patrick’s Church rooms to rent meetings & classes - Bernadette 309118 berskin@hotmail.com Ro�ngdean Scout HQ is available for private hire. Contact Kate on 01273 306383 for further informa�on

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Yogafit Every morning Mon-Fri 9.30-10.30am at the Saltdean Community CentreDrop in. First class free. Contact Angela 07986277792 / 581640. British Legion Women’s Section March 1st Maggie Taraz- Demo/Talk on the Alexander Technique. The Deans Senior Tea Club We invite you to join us. We meet every Friday 2-4pm for tea & a chat at St Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean Vale, for all senior residents of the Deans, 50p. Maria 07584052837 or 01273 307435. Mariashomecarecompanions@hotma il.co.uk Sunshine Day Nursery Open Day Saturday 26 April 2014 10am-1pm Sunshine Day Nursery in Eastern Road, Kemptown is a friendly and inviting nursery offering a warm and homely environment for children from birth to five years. Open from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, the nursery is an excellent childcare choice for working families in the Kemptown area.Families are welcome to visit the nursery on Saturday 26 April between 10am and 1pm. Children can sample a range of the activities on offer (both indoors and outside) whilst parents and carers can find out more about the nursery from the new Nursery Manager, Sarah Cornford and her experienced and caring staff team. The nursery benefits from four distinct units, allowing children to play with others of the same age. Young babies are cared for in their own intimate room. A wide range of high quality, age appropriate equipment is provided both inside and in two dedicated outdoor play spaces. The nursery offers a wide range of activities for children of all ages including yoga for babies and toddlers and music, French and dance classes for older children. For more information please contact the nursery on 01273 680280 or visit www.sunshine-nursery.com

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Travelling is very stressful so I would like to share with you my tips on how to have a healthier transition to your destination, making you feel less fatigued upon arrival. When you fly, your body utilises more nutrients, therefore it is more important than ever to plan ahead and nourish yourself. Here are some top tips: and concentrated juices. Drinking liquids can give your body a feeling · Utilise the internet to see what restaurants your intended airport of satiety to help prevent has available for pre-flight overeating, fight feelings of fatigue and can keep your immune dining, taste buds numb at altitude and airline caterers add extra salt system running at its peak. Limit your alcohol to one or two small to their food to combat this, glasses of wine with food. Alcohol is a stimulant; although you may which then dehydrates you further and could raise blood pressure. think that it will help you sleep, it actually has the opposite effect. · Pre-assemble snacks because healthy options can be limited and Drinking non-alcoholic, nonsugary drinks whilst eating ensures that temptations are your blood sugar levels do not spike as dramatically enabling an everywhere. Try nuts, seeds and chopped fresh fruit, or a homemade overall more satisfying rest. sugar free healthy muffin. A Enjoy your flight! salad brought in a container from home or pre-packed salad from If you need any help with nutrition or lifestyle change then call me on your supermarket is a great idea 01273 300203 or email also. Don't forget to place any sachets of salad dressings into your enquiries@reachfornutrition.co.uk. You can also find useful tips in my clear plastic bag to be scanned blog, on my website each at security. Try to choose a light dressing like olive oil and balsamic week, reachfornutrition.co.uk rather than a cream based Alternatively sign up for my weekly newsletter by going to my website one or the calories will add up. or Facebook page (Reach for Nutrition) or scan below. By signing up · Choose a healthier fare in the airport. Include options such as grilled to my newsletter or making an enquiry on my website, you will chicken breast, side receive a free Graze box. salads, baked potatoes and vegetables. · Opting for the 'healthier option' from your menu on board will help. · Drink a 'minimum' of 2 litres of water on a long haul flight. Stay clear of sugary fizzy drinks

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News from Saltdean Dental Saltdean Dental Health are delighted to introduce our First Newsletter, and also to Announce our Dates and Itinerary for our First Series of Open Days and Evenings - Read On! Now that we are well into 2014 we hope that the New Year is going well for you all and that you managed to keep your New Year resolutions - for a least a few weeks! Time does fly, and it is already just over a year since Dr Alex Fenech took over the Practice. He would like to take this opportunity to thank all our Patients for their wonderful welcome and positive feedback over the last year. Alex is completely settled now in Brighton and is looking forward to continuing to care for all his patients, new and old. We are very fortunate to have such an experienced and loyal team, and we are delighted to announce that we have now extended our team to include Dr. Rodolfo Adana Diaz (Rodi) whose speciality lies in Implantology. We are also aware that many of you have busy working weeks, and we are therefore extending our opening hours to include Saturday mornings.

Each Open Day event will be relaxed, informative, and fun, and include the following:● A glass of bubbly and nibbles! ● Demonstrations and short summary of treatment involved by the relevant Dentist. ● Informal question and answer sessions. ● Goodie bags to take home with you. ● Free Raffle Prizes will include a free exam, free hygienist appointment, electric toothbrush, free teeth whitening! ● Great discounts for any treatments that you may wish to book on the evening. Due to our premises, spaces will be limited, so please do phone early to book which day you would be interested in attending. CALL 01273 309988 to book your place

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This year we intend to keep you informed on all treatments available, both in the field of preventative and cosmetic Dentistry and also in the wide range of Facial Aesthetic and Rejuvenation treatments, which our Practice is proud to offer you. Our mission is to help you achieve not only the best of dental health but also the smile that you always wanted to give you confidence

Please feel free to share this or come with your relatives and friends. We take your referrals very much as a personal compliment and affirmation that you feel secure and comfortable with our team, and once again, take this opportunity to thank you very much for your positive feedback during the last year.

Ranging from fast and effective teeth straightening methods such as Inman Aligners (removable braces that can straighten front teeth within six weeks), to Six Month Smiles (fixed braces to straighten all your teeth) Teeth whitening, professional cleaning, veneers, and implants, to sedation for nervous patients, we take pride in delivering state of the art treatments in our friendly relaxing and calming environment. Facial Aesthetic and Rejuvenation treatments, include wrinkle relaxing injections,such as botox™ an effective rejuvenating cosmetic treatment. Dermal fillers are also commonly used to both smooth facial lines, and enhance facial contours. We know from your feedback that many of you (both regular Patients and new Patients) all have particular questions for treatments that we have available. We are therefore delighted to invite you to attend one of the following alternate Open Evening or Daytime Days as follows:-

DATES AND EVENTS Tuesday 6�� May 6.30 to 8.30pm Focusing on Facial Aesthetics, Dental Hygiene, Teeth Whitening Saturday 10�� May 10.30am to 12.30am Focusing on Teeth Straightening, and Implants Wednesday 14�� May 6.00pm to 8pm Focusing on General, Cosmetic, and Preventive Dentistry.

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