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September 2013

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Welcome to the September Edition… This month sees a welcome return to our fitness columnist - Marco Gasgo who didn’t make the August edition due to lack of space. We hope to be able to run his articles as often as possible as he has an interesting philosophy that exercise should he fun rather than painful, read all about this on page 25. I couldn’t help but notice that we have reached number 48 in the Dolphin computer tips and number 18 in the Local History series this month, we haven’t been counting for some of our other long running features but I’m sure they must be several years along too. It is gratifying to see that these remain popular features in the magazine as we still get comments from readers about them, however there is always scope for other local writers to put pen to paper (or keyboard to email) and send us in something you are interested in and would like to see in the magazine. Our August photography contest has been well responded to and we will be publishing the winners next month with details of the next competion.. Keith - Editor

Page 7 Artist of the Month Page 11 Dolphin computer tips Page 25 Go Fit Page 27 Local History Page 29 First & Foremost Entertainment Page 39 Beach Cleaning Volunteers Page 41 Bridgeford’s Best Bites Page 43 Neighbourhood Watch update Page 44 & 45 What’s On & Events Page 49 R’dean Camera Club & U3A Page 53 Skin Care with Marianna Cover picture: By Colette Langton Printing: Newnorth Distribution: M A Distribution

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Rottingdean Local ArtistSpring Music Festival

Doreen Savage My name is Doreen Savage and in the 1970's I moved down from Yorkshire to live in Saltdean. I immediately fell in love with the area. paint my walls white and fill the house with bright colourful I have always had a great fondness for making things and pictures my earliest recollection was sitting on the step outside my I got books from the library on Kandinsky, Miro, and house knitting tiny garments with darning needles and picasso. I do love colour and I have always admired David sewing cotton, for my tiny dolls. I recently built a doll’s Hockney house and one of the items I made was a bedspread using the same method. The house was made from scratch, using I am having a solo exhibition at the Grange next year which will include 18th century wooden dolls made from wooden lots of oddments of wood including chopsticks and lollipop knitting needles, sewing machine pictures, jewellery made sticks for the rocking horse. from very fine material, decorated eggs, miniature knitting I particularly like using my sewing machine and do a lot of rocking horses, paintings, collages bags and cards. textile art. I draw with my sewing machine , using it like a Now I love painting butterflies as each one is so different. I pencil. I make bags and have a sewn Pavilion on one of also find this very therapeutic for me as unfortunately five them. (By the way J K Rowling has one of my bags) years ago I added cancer to my list of difficulties. I was in One of the images I really like to paint and draw is the hospital for four months and had extensive surgery. One of Brighton Pavilion which I interpret in so many different the things I lost was the ability to speak anymore. One ways. Recently I heard that Rod Stewart had recorded magazine who once interviewed me called me the artistic Brighton Beach, so I quickly got out my paints and brushes voice which is quite ironic.. and went to the ice rink to paint it. well as my fridge magnet says "LIFE IS ALL ABOUT HOW I didn't start painting until 1998 when I was convalescing YOU HANDLE PLAN B" from a twelve hour operation to remove a large brain tumour. Whilst recovering, I thought ‘when I am well I will

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Computer tips from Dolphin Computer Upgrades Computer Tips & Advice 48

Are you aware? Are you aware of malware? Here are five terms you may have heard of, all things that you don’t want wandering around your computer or laptop: Malware: The term malware combines two words: “malicious” and “software”. It’s used to describe the undesirables such as viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, or anything that is designed to perform malicious operations on your computer. As the name suggests, malware is capable of doing very nasty things and covers all of the following: Ransomware; unfortunately this form of malware has become much more common of late. Once it has been downloaded it will prevent you from doing anything else on your computer, demanding some form of payment to have your computer unlocked. Access to your computer is, quite literally, ransomed by the cyber-criminal. Scareware: similar to the tactics employed by ransomeware, scareware will play on your emotions in an attempt to illicit payment from you. It’s most common guise is to masquerade as a tool to help fix your computer, but when you click on it you will be informed that your system is ei-

ther infected or broken in some way. The scareware will then claim to be able to fix your problems if you pay them. Adware: this is advertising-supported software which automatically plays, displays, or downloads advertisements to your computer. It can be used to track your movement online tailoring advertisements to what it feels you will be interested in, often by delivering pop-up ads or by installing a toolbar in your browser. Spyware: similar to adware, spyware monitors your computer and reveals the information it collects from your online activities to an interested party. This can be benign when it tracks what web pages you visit; or it can be incredibly invasive when it monitors everything you do with your mouse and keyboard. A decent antivirus will detect and remove both adware and spyware

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Get Fit with Marco Gasco

Putting the F Word back into Fitness: What if we are doing it wrong? What if everything that we think we know about fitness is so complicated and convoluted that we are just getting mixed up, confused or missing the bigger picture. Is it true that there is no gain without pain? During the last couple of weeks I have thought to myself and spoken to a large mix of people on when they enjoy exercise the most or more to the point why they stopped! Now this article was originally going to be about what types of training you could do for fat loss other than running but far more important to that is putting the F word back into Fitness! The reality is that we are social animals and if you think of all the lasting popular sports, running races, exercise classes, martial arts, team sports where we connect in some way with others and form a ‘Tribe’ of likeminded individuals. In this camaraderie and supportive environment even if it is just meeting a friend we can work hard, sometimes pushing ourselves further than we would have on our own to achieve new levels of fitness. It is not sustainable to pursue fitness goals in the longer term by plugging in our headphones, slogging away in solitary confinement on machines similar to that of a conveyor belt in a factory week after week.

This communal gathering atmosphere is only part of what is missing in today’s fitness world. If you watch children at play they do not count sets or worry how many miles they ran this week in comparison to last. They simply do, they run, tumble and jump and they have fun along the way. So how does this translate to us right here, right now trying to maintain some semblance of our health and fitness? Well whatever you do we have established it has to be enjoyable, do it with friends or like-minded people and if you aren’t enjoying your fitness journey….try a different route. Other than that just do…..Get Active and Go and have Fun! Marco Gasco (Owner GoFit Brighton) 07530 377748 marco.gasco@gofit.co.uk www.facebook.com/GoFitBrighton www.gofit.co.uk

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Local history

Local History - Part 18

Woodingdean: The Industrial Schools Mike Laslett

I am sorry that the residents of Woodingdean have not heard more of their local history since my second article. In that article I featured The Woodingdean Well, the deepest hand dug well in the world, whose depth is greater than the height of the Empire State Building. Due to the huge influx of displaced agricultural instruction in gardening and practical crafts while labourers migrating into the towns in search of the girls were prepared for domestic service. employment in the early 19�� Century, the Eventually three hundred and sixty children were workhouse in Brighton town centre was forced to resident here, working not only in the school but move to a new nine-acre site on Church Hill, north on the Farm. of the parish Church of St Nicholas. This The last orphans left in 1946 with the introduction workhouse in turn became overcrowded and of the welfare state. The school continued in relocated to a new building at the top of Elm various guises including Fitzherbert School but, Grove, now Brighton General Hospital. It was following damage caused both by The Great Storm decided at this time that the paupers’ children of 1987 and vandalism, the site was eventually should be separated from the bad influence of sold to The Nuffield Hospital 1994. They have some of the adults and to receive some practical retained the well near their main entrance where training at a separate establishment, The Warren it may still be seen today. Farm Industrial Schools, Woodingdean. To save the expense of piping water up to Woodingdean it was was proposed to dig a well. Though Warren Farm Industrial School was completed in 1859 it could not be opened until 1862 when the well was completed and water made available after four years of digging and considerable expense. To celebrate, the relieved Guardians paid for the ringers to peal the bells at St Nicholas and held a dinner at the Town Hall for all the diggers, who also received a medal. Thus it was on 14�� August 1862 that seventy seven boys and sixty six girls marched in procession, behind their own band, up the hill and The well at the Nuffield Hospital over the Downs to their new home, accompanied by many of The Guardians. Here the boys received

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Let them entertain you Part 5

Why use an Entertainment Agency? Saltdean based entertainment agency First & Foremost Entertainment Ltd., provide all types of entertainment for weddings, corporate events, civil ceremonies, private functions, Christmas parties and much more. But why should someone looking for entertainment use an agency instead of just hitting the internet? We dug a little deeper and got the answers! “A reputable agency such as First & Foremost Entertainment will actually know and will have handpicked the acts and artists that they represent”, explains Chris Neilson, one of the artistic directors. “In essence, we have removed the high element of risk associated with sourcing your own entertainment on line, by only supplying those performers who have a track record of experience, professionalism and quality.” Their team have over 50 year’s professional industry experience, both as performers and as agents, so they know exactly what acts the public like, and conversely, what to avoid! “We also regularly scout for new acts, so there is always something fresh for our customers and repeat clients. But quality is always our byword.” They have acts and performers asking to join their agency all the time, (and whilst they always welcome applications), they utilise all of their amassed knowledge and experience to ensure that only the best make it onto their books. “For every engagement, a good agency will provide you and the performer with a legally binding contract, so you know exactly what has been agreed and paid for in advance of your function. This stops the anxiety caused by unprofessional artists not turning up, or potential disagreements about terms.”

Their agency web site gives comprehensive information about each performer, and provides both audio and video of each act (where appropriate), together with testimonials, so you can effectively audition the performers in your own home. “Often overlooked, a good agent will use their industry contacts, built up over many years to source exactly the type of act or entertainer you require, even if it is not on their web site. So if you have a great entertainment idea but don’t know where to start, ask your local entertainment agency for help.” “Finally and perhaps most importantly”, says Chris, “you wouldn’t choose an inexperienced or unqualified plumber to fix a leak, so why trust the entertainment of your guests, (be it a wedding, business event or family celebration), to amateurs? Trust the professionals, and keep it local.” Contact us FREE on 0800 2707 567 or Mobile 07505 56 56 35 Act/Performer Application: info@firstandforemostentertainment.com Web Site: www.firstandforemostentertainment.com © First & Foremost Entertainment 2013

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Your beaches need You! A hot water bottle, a tyre, a pair of dentures, hundreds of cable ties, a weird waxy substance, tons of bottle tops, reams of fishing tackle, a considerable piece of fishing net, and a length of rubber tubing. Just a few items taken from six bulging bags of rubbish hauled off Ovingdean beach in just one hour, there's no doubt The Deans Beach and Environment Volunteers is doing a great job. Set up in January by local conservationists Atlanta Cook and Libby Darling, the group meets once a month to pick up litter from the Deans' beaches – not just because it looks ugly, but because it's dangerous too. Broken glass blights the groins and plastic is also a big issue. Swept out to sea, where it absorbs toxic chemicals, it breaks down into smaller and smaller pieces, but never completely rots away. It enters the food chain when it's mistakenly eaten as food by smaller organisms, such as jellyfish, which go on to be eaten by bigger marine life. Larger sea animals including birds and turtles can also be injured or killed by becoming entangled in or by ingesting big plastics. Marine litter has reportedly doubled in the last 15 years, the majority of it dumped by us the public, so it makes sense that we should pick it up – and what better way than this to do it? Lasting for around an hour, a Deans Beach & Environment Volunteers is full of feel-good

factor and family friendly too, on sunny days it's rounded off with a picnic. Completely safe, gloves and grabbers are provided for handling sharps. The next clean-up is on Sunday September 22 on Rottingdean beach at 11am – meet at the end of the slipway. To find out more, call Atlanta on 07767 341059, email info@atlantacook.co.uk, or go to www.facebook.com/TheDeansBeachEnvironmentVolunt eers and 'like' to receive news and dates for forthcoming events.

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Health & nutrition advice

Bridgeford’s Best Bites:

Garlic (Allium Sativum) Garlic is a close relative of onion, shallot, leek and chive. It is native to Asia , a long time staple in the Mediterranean and was used by the Ancient Egyptians for culinary and medicinal purpose. It was rare in traditional English cuisine though is now a popular staple. Allicin When garlic is crushed or chopped a substance it contains called alliin comes into contact with the enzyme allinase, producing allicinin, the odorous medicinally active substance. Allicin is unstable and lost when garlic is cooked, chopped or left to stand for a few days. Dried garlic powder is thought to contain both alliin and allinase so still has allicin releasing potential. Allicin enters the blood stream when eaten soon reaching all parts of the body. Elimination is mainly via the lungs and skin, giving the characteristic smell of garlic on the breath and sweat. Inconsistent Study Results Various clinical trials and meta-analyses show the positive impact of garlic on several factors of health, though contradictory results are also reported. A possible reason for inconsistent results is the difference in the garlic preparations used, having varying composition, type, sulphur content and bioavailability. There are also inconsistencies in the studies regarding subjects studied, study duration, dietary control, etc. The doses of garlic used in clinical trials were usually far lower than those used in animal studies, which might affect its potential effects. Different people may have a different response to garlic and it may be more beneficial for specific groups. It seems that more consistent controlled studies with larger groups or more specific groups are needed.

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Fetes & Fairs The summer season of fetes and fairs in our NHW area has come to an end. Committee members attended four events and we hope some of you came and spoke to us. Yet again the NHW stall proved to be successful; a meeting point ● Remember that your bank would never contact you to ask for NHW members, talking with our PCSO’s, handing out advice you for your PIN, password or other security information in leaflets and 119 new members joined our scheme. Importantly full. we recruited 3 road co-ordinators, on which the NHW scheme so ● Make sure to shred any documents containing your details heavily depends. We still need more co-ordinators though. If you or confidential information. feel you would like to be a co-ordinator or know someone who ● Avoid using your mother's maiden name as a password may be interested please contact our secretary for more and try not to write down your password or PIN. information. ● Don't use the same password for more than one account. Advice of the month: Identity theft and identity fraud ● If you move house, contact your bank, give them your new Your personal information can be stolen and used to obtain address and arrange with the Post Office to have your mail credit, goods or services fraudulently. Criminals could set up a redirected. bank account in your name, use your credit card or even get a If you are a victim of bank or card fraud passport in your name. Contact your card provider immediately. Most companies will Safeguards freeze the account in question and will open you a new account ● Personal information can be taken from your rubbish, mail under a different number, sending you a card for the new at old addresses and online. Never give it to anyone you’re account promptly. unsure of, especially via e-mail or phone. When recovering from identity theft, keep a record of all relevant ● Watch out for ‘phishing’: fake e-mails from banks etc. correspondence and time spent on it in case of legal proceedings. ● Keep anti-virus and firewall software up-to-date on your Send letters by registered mail and keep copies. computer. Remember - if you fall victim to a scam, con, trick or fraud ● Don’t let anyone take your debit or credit card out of sight REPORT IT! when paying in a shop or restaurant. For more information on NHW contact Linda Hood 01273 ● Hide your PIN when paying in or withdrawing cash. 306441/nhw.sro-sec@hotmail.co.uk

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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 10-11am Saltdean Community Centre - Karen 305827 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 yrs to 14 yrs) 7.30pm – 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 Pilates – Pregnancy 6.30 to 7.15pm. Intermediate 7.30 to 8.30pm. Beginners 8.30 to 9.30pm tracys�rzaker@hotmail.com. Saltdean Community Centre 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 Conversa�onal French 10.30am‐12pm, Our Lady Lourdes Church Hall, Steyning Road, Ro�ngdean. 01273 390179. All proceeds go to CAFOD Fun & Fit, Pilates and Stretch 8.55‐9.25am ‐ F & F, 9.30 ‐ 10.30 - Pilates & Stretch Ovingdean Village Hall. contact Karen on 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

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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T.S.Valiant N.T.C. meets @ Woodingdean School 6.308.30pm on Wednesdays. Age 7 upwards. Contact 01273 676784.

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 Coffee Shop ‐ Thursdays 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 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

Sea Swim Fitness ‐ 7.00am.Saltdean Beach. www.seaswimfitness.co.uk Church Service ‐ 10.00am.Holy Communion St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean 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 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 Sea Sharp Choir Youth 6.30-8pm, Adult 8.10-9.45pm St Martins, S’dean. Contact Karina 07803 709980 Seeonee Cub Scouts (8 years to 10.5 years) 7pm – 8.30pm Second Thursday in the month Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Saltdean Oval Women’s Ins�tute meets Serenity Yoga - Hatha Yoga (Beginners welcome) at 10 a.m. at the Saltdean Community Centre. 7.00-8.15pm, & 8.30 - 9.45pm The contact is Gill Rees 01273 301270 St Nicholas Church Hall Nikki Tuke 07813 125795 U3A mee�ng American Partner Dancing 2.1 5 p m - 2 . 3 0 p m St . Mar�ns Hall, Saltdean 7.30 - 9pm W’dean Community Centre, beginners welcome: Chester 07519 818112 3rd Thursday in the month Or Lesley 07885986857 stepscwdc@gmail.com Ovingdean Social Group ‐ 7.15pm for 7.30pm Ovingdean Brighton Male Voice Choir‐  7.30pm. Holy Cross Church Hall, Woodingdean. Tom Ryan 07899874969 Village Hall (3rd Thursday in the month) Saltdean Townswomen’s Guild ‐ 1.45PM at the Martlets Last Thursday of the month Flats lounge, Bannings Vale on the 1st Thursday of each Lunch Club ‐ W’dean Methodist Church ‐ 887734/ 887618 month, 01273 301074 Pilates – Weds eve‐ Danielle 584984. S’dean Comm Centre Sea Swim Fitness Slimming World 5.30 & 7.30PM Wdngdean Yth Centre, 7am, Saltdean beach www.seaswimfitness.co.uk Warren Rd. Contact Ali - 01273 300680/07821 179343 Children’s Art Club ‐ 3.30‐5.15pm Clair Ma�hews Southover Badminton Club 07843275520. Saltdean Community Centre 8 - 10pm, Deans Leisure Centre, Contact Dan (07812 Fun & Fit - Pilates Plus, Body Blast 658834), Lesley (01444 233965) 9.30- 10.25am; Body Blast 10.30 - 11.10 southoverclub@hotmail.co.uk Zumba - 7.30pm. Contact Sundari 07907 185135 St Martins Saltdean Comm. Centre. 305827 Church Hall Also Saturday 9.15am, £5 drop in. Slimming world – morning – Mandy Crew 542827 Saltdean Zumba – 7.30pm. Contact Laura Miller 01273 300221. Community Centre. St Nicholas Church Hall. Stretch and Tone ‐  10 am to 11am. Ovingdean Village Hall. The Ro�ngdean Bridge Club Second Wednesday of the month Ro�ngdean Flower Club ‐ Meet 2.30pm 2nd Weds of the 1.20pm The Whiteway Centre, Ro�ngdean month at The Whiteway Centre, Rottingdean. Visitors £4 to Call June Hill 01273 307623 for details. include tea. If you like us, become a member. Contact Secretary 01273 300486

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45 49 Tots & toys 1.15pm ‐ 2.45pm. For carers with babies, toddlers and pre‐school children. Meet at St. Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean. (term �me only). Laura 07980 242283. Biblical Dance - Coastlands ctr, Meridian ctr, Peacehaven 4.30-5.30pm each week Social Dance Group‐ 6.30pm to 8.00pm. Lizzie 01273 300533. Ovingdean Village Hall Scouts (10.5 years to 14 years) 7.30pm – 9.30pm Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Line Dancing Beginners 11.30am - 1pm Intermediate 1.30 - 3.30pm W’dean Comm Centre - Steps Dance Club Chester 07519 818112 Lesley 07885 986857 Stepscwdc@gmail.com Dizzy Tilly Kids! - activities 0-4yrs, puppets, stories, music, bubbles & play 10:30am St.Martins Hall, Saltdean - Clare 01273 308706 www.dizzy-tilly-kids.com

Saturdays 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

Saturday night dance 7.30Pm – 10.30pm – Doug Hann 01273 691767 Saltdean Community Centre. 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 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

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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Useful numbers 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

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 01273 301227 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

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

Events & Announcements Yogafit Every morning Mon-Fri 9.30-10.30am at the Saltdean Community Centre- Drop in. First class free. Contact Angela 07986277792 / 581640. RISE Undercliff run for women Takes place this year on Sunday 6�� October at 10.15am. Entry limited to 400 runners so apply quickly to Madeline Hunter - 07930 544568. Minimum £40 sponsorship per runner, if you raise £150 or more you will get a free running vest. British Legion Women’s Section Thurs 3�� Oct 2pm - Talk by Councillor Linda Hyde. Whiteway Centre Events September 06 Whiteway Evening, 7.30 p.m. “Wild Spain – deserts, mountains & pasture; vultures, ibex & lynx” Guest speaker: Dr Sarah McKenzie, field ecologist and lecturer in Landscape Studies £7 pay at the door, inc wine & nibbles. September 07 Enrolment Day at Rottingdean Library, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. September 07-18 Charity Shop, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. daily September 21 Study day, 1000-1600, “Life and Death in the Aegean – the rise and fall of Minoan Crete, Mycenae and Troy, c. 1900-1100 BC” with Dr Dudley Moore FSA and Sarah Green, lecturers in Archaeology £20 inc light lunch. October 11 Whiteway Evening 7.30pm Life in Medieval England. Guest speaker James Simister, lecturer in Social History. £7 pay at the door, inc wine & nibbles.

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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Local groups and events

Five Deans U3A September 12th is enrolment and open day for the Five Deans U3A. Come and join us at St Martin's Hall, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean. 2.15 for 2.30. We guarantee a warm welcome, and a chance to join in our wide ranging activities. If you can't make Sept 12th, then come to any of our monthly meetings, the second Thursday of each month, at the same times. Our monthly meetings are always fun, with carefully chosen guest speakers, and a chance to meet old friends and make new ones. We have interest groups covering a wide range of topics. For the music lovers, we have groups from jazz to classical to Viennese. There is a group for musicians to share the joys of making music. And, new for this year, a singing group. To keep us healthy we offer a weekly keep fit class, carefully tailored to our age group. Tai Chi as well. And the walking group offers regular organised walks that generally aren't too challenging, and with the reward of ending up at a restaurant or a pub. If you'd prefer the reward without the effort, then our luncheon club meets regularly at a variety of venues. Venues this year ranged from the Amex Stadium to a golf club to many of our local restaurants and hotels. Our gardening group might be just what you need to inspire you to put those gardening gloves on. We have groups for poetry, a book group and an art discussion group, German conversation is another of our topics. Sussex History and science are covered too. We have a range of occasional days out which are very popular, and, new for this year, a travel group. And I've kept till last my own favourite, our wine appreciation group. Do come and join us. Most of all, we offer friendship and company, a chance to keep active for longer and to learn a bit more about that subject you always wanted to know about. If the group you'd love to join isn't yet listed, then we'll help you start it.

Rottingdean Camera Club We would like to extend a warm welcome to all local photographers and would-be photographers to join the Rottingdean Camera Club. The Club meets the first and third Mondays of the month, beginning on Oct 7th. at the Whiteway Centre. We have a balanced programme of instruction and presentations, where guests entertain us with tales of their photography, and of course, share their work with us. But most importantly we try to make photography fun and our meetings entertaining. . Our regular competitions help us all to aspire to greater things, and the learned judges comments teach us how to do just that. If you have never seen one of your photographs projected in high quality onto a ten foot screen, then you will find that in itself a treat. Before our first meeting in October we have an exhibition of our photographs in the Rottingdean Grange, upstairs above the library, from September 12th to September 24th so do come and have a look. Maybe you'll be impressed, if so come and join the Club and share in our skills and ideas. Maybe you'll think you can do better. You may be right. Join us and show us. Either way, please pop in and support our exhibition. Entry is free. If you'd like more information about The Rottingdean Camera Club phone Brian Knight on 302605, have a look at our website www.rottcc.co.uk/ or just turn up on the night.

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Indian Head Massage There are many different types of massage and you might want to have one but you don't know which one would be good for you. The best way is to try and see how do you feel afterwards. Indian head massage has been practised in India for thousands of years. In India it is believed that massage preserves the body's life force and energy. Mothers would massage their babies from birth every day until they are 3 years old. From the age of 6 children would learn how to massage and continue sharing it with other members of the family as a way of showing love and respect.

It helps to improve joint movement, concentration, elevates the mood, promotes healthy hair growth, improves the condition of the skin and scalp, increases energy level, improves concentration .

Today IHD is one of the fastest growing holistic therapies.

Some people like to combine Indian Head with Face Lift massage. That is an hour treatment that includes 30 min Indian Head and 30 min Face Lift Massage.

Massage begins with upper back and shoulders with combination of deep massage and pressure points helping the muscles to relax and to remove knots. It is followed by arm Despite being practised for thousands of years in India this type massage and then the neck, releasing tension and improving of massage started to become popular in the West just recently. cerebral fluid circulation. Moving up to the scalp using a In India the purpose of IHM was to stimulate the head and to combination of techniques in order to relax, revive the whole improve hair growth. The Western version become more of a head. The treatment is finishing with gentle face massage that stress management and incorporated other parts of the body improves skin tone, sinuses and headache problems. It lasts for such as upper back, shoulders, neck and arms. 30 -45 minutes.

There are many benefits of Indian Head Massage. It is very effective for helping the body to get rid of pain, muscular tension caused by long sitting, emotional stress ( feeling of anxiety and depression), headaches.

If you are interested to try please call me on 07960 561 874.

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