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The Deans Magazine

October 2012

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Welcome to the October Edition… As 2012 races past and the promise of long cold nights and short days is just around the corner it is good that we are also coming into the fun time of year when we can enjoy Halloween and Fireworks with our friends and families. It is also a good time to ensure all your home maintenance is up to date before the winter really sets in and wet weather finds the weak spots. The Deans Magazine has a wide range of local trades people who can help ensure that the leaky roof doesn’t become a raging torrent,or that the niggling noise from the radiators doesn’t become a broken down boiler in the middle of winter, I’m sure you can think of your own examples, but what ever it is do keep our local traders in mind. Finally don’t forget to check out the exciting news about local author Clare Derby on page 41. Clare has appeared in The Deans Magazine before and we are really pleased to see her work going from strength to strength.

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Page 7 Artist of the month Page 11 Dolphin Computer Tips Page 17 Coffee, tea and cake day Page 21 Meet a local Councillor Page 29 Local history part 8 Page 35 Lido Nights Page 41 Local author - Clare Derby Page 43 Neighbourhood Watch update Page 44 & 45 What’s On & Events Page 47 McMillan Charity Walk Page 49 Bridgeford’s Best Bites Page 50 Index of advertisers Cover picture: By Lynette Lawlor Printing: Evonprint Distribution: M A Distribution

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Artist of the month

Mick Bensley Newhaven lifeboat taking the crew from the ‘Vega’ c. 1954

I was born in Sheringham on the Norfolk coast, trained at the Norwich School of Art and then moved to London where I worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for the next fifteen years. I moved back to Sheringham where I took up painting full time My marine and landscape paintings from this period are widely exhibited and are in private collections worldwide. The seeds of my inspiration for marine and lifeboat paintings were sown in the 1950’s on Sheringham beach around the fishermen watching the North sea in its many moods and hearing stories of the courage and determination of the lifeboat crews battling against overwhelming odds, in the face of a North Sea gale. It is this selfless courage that motivates me to paint these pictures. I have held many major exhibitions reconstructing rescues from around the British coastline. Everything was researched very carefully from R.N.L.I . records. The books I have written and illustrated are Watercolours of Norfolk Past, the Wells and Blakeny Lifeboats, The Sheringham Lifeboats, The Rescues of the Caister Lifeboats, the Rescues of Henry Blogg and the crews of the Cromer Lifeboats. In 1980 I moved to Rottingdean and produced a book ‘Watercolours of Sussex

Past’ with verse by the great Bob Copper. I now live and work overlooking the sea at Rottingdean. I am an admirer of the great marine artists W. L. Wyllie and Arthur Briscoe. CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION AT THE GRANGE ROTTINGDEAN I am holding an exhibition at the Grange Art Gallery Rottingdean Thursday Nov 29th – Tuesday December 18th (closed all day wednesdays) I divide my time between painting and teaching . I undertake commissions, including portraits, marine paintings, landscapes, individual houses and animal portraits. so if you wish to contact me mickbensley@gmail.com Tel: 01273 390062 Website: www.mickbensley.com

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Mundesley lifeboat on service to the brig ‘ George’ November 1867

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Computer tips from Dolphin Computer Upgrades Computer Tips & Advice 36

Trick or Treat ? Halloween looms in front of us meaning the likelihood of Trick or Treaters knocking at our door. Whilst some see this as harmless fun, for others it’s a menace and something to avoid. We may be able to put up posters discouraging unwanted visitors on our door step, but what about our computers? Email scams are becoming more sophisticated, and more prolific. This week alone we have had the following emails sent to us: ● HMRC - informing us that we are entitled to a tax rebate – we just need to click on the link and fill in our details for our rebate to be credited to our account. ● A well known bank – someone has tried to access our account and if we don’t follow the links in the email and resubmit our details our account will be locked and we won’t be able to access our money. ● American Airlines – there have been alterations to our bookings and we need to click here to ensure we don’t lose our tickets. ● Facebook – as we haven’t logged in for a while access to our account is being suspended unless we resend our log in details.

Of course, if you don’t pay tax you are unlikely to be fooled by an HMRC email; if you don’t have an account with that particular bank you won’t worry about your account being inaccessible; if you’ve never booked a flight in your life you won’t worry about losing tickets, etc. But if you do happen to have dealings with the company the scammers are pretending to be, these emails can look very genuine. As they become more sophisticated it becomes more difficult to spot them. If you have any doubts do not click on links or attachments! For any further advice, please don’t hesitate to give us a call – we’d rather you were safe than scammed.

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Councillor’s Surgeries

Your opportunity to speak to a local Councillor Councillors surgeries are held each month apart from December. The principle of holding surgeries is to ensure Councillors are easy to contact for the residents of the ward. We may also be contacted via telephone, email or letter. The Rottingdean Coastal Ward includes West Saltdean, Rottingdean, Ovingdean, Roedean, Brighton Marina and parts of Sussex Square. The ward covers a large area and therefore, it is impossible to hold regular surgeries in all parts of the ward. The problems which residents come to discuss are varied but the most common are planning issues, general maintenance of the ward such as grass cutting and litter, traffic/roads, schools, social services issues and more recently Saltdean Lido. Quite often a resident will come to Councillor surgery with an issue that is not Council related

but often we are able to guide them in the correct direction where they can receive help. Councillor Lynda Hyde 291187 lynda.hyde@brighton-hove.gov.uk Councillor Mary Mears 294370 mary.mears@brighton-hove.gov.uk Councillor David Smith 291206 David.smith@brighton-hove.gov.uk Councillor Lynda Hyde Member for Rottingdean Coastal Ward Opposition Spokesperson Planning Committee Licensing Committee member Corporate Parenting Sub Committee Member

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Local History with Mike Laslett

Local History - Part 8 Rottingdean Windmill Mike Laslett

The windmill on Beacon Hill is a familiar landmark between Roedean and Rottingdean. The original Rottingdean mill was erected south of Bazehill Road in the 18�� century. The present windmill dates from 1802 and was built for Thomas Beard, a member of an old Rottingdean family. It is a grade 2 listed smock mill. A smock mill is traditionally a weather-boarded mill with six or eight sloping sides and a revolving cap which allows the sails to take advantage of the wind. They were given this name because of their resemblance to a farmer’s smock. The mill was used to grind local corn into flour for village bakers. In 1877 the miller was George Nicholls. His young son Harry went around the village each day delivering hot rolls before going to school. Sir Edward Burne-Jones’ wife Georgiana records seeing the mill working in 1880. However, by the end of that century, the only use of the miller’s home was as a changing room for the cricketers who played on Beacon Hill until the First World War.

The mill has been known internationally since the artist Sir William Nicholson produced a woodcut of the mill. This was used as the emblem or colophon for Heinemann publishers and has appeared on the spine of their books since 1897. The mill is open on the 3�� Sunday of each month, from May to September.

The mill’s disrepair resulted in many efforts by landowners and villagers to preserve it. The machinery was removed and an internal steel framework fitted to hold the structure together. In 2001 a £40,000 Heritage Lottery Grant enabled the sails, or “sweeps” as they are known, to be restored. The current Trustees of the mill are The Rottingdean Preservation Society. Rottingdean Windmill

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Lido Nights entertainment

Forthcoming Lido Nights Events Autumn and winter has some fantastic entertainment lined up by Lido Nights. As usual all events take place at Saltdean Community Centre and with a lot of the worrying building issues now out of the way we plan to end the year with a bang! Saturday 20th October sees the return of the ever popular country rock band The Diablos. They have had a fantastic year with two number 1s on the British Country Music Chart, plus they had two nominations for Best Album and Best Original Song at this years British Country Music Awards. Even if you’re not a country music fan, don’t miss this great band! Tickets available on the night at £2.50.

artists in this genre around , in fact Neil Gordon (Sinatra) has just finished a stint playing ‘old blue eyes’ in the touring production of the West End show The Rat PackLive from Las Vegas. The show is on for two nights – Friday 30th November & Saturday 1st December and tickets will sell out fast. For further info or to reserve tickets for these events call Chris on : 01273 303816 or email: lidonights@hotmail.co.uk.

Saturday 3rd November sees the grand final of Lido’s Got Talent. This is an under 18s competition and is a fundraising event for Children in Need. Judging by the standard of the auditions this will be a great show put on by the cream of our young local talent. Please try and support this event as everyone has given their time for free including the Community Centre who have waved all room hire charges. Keep your eyes open for a celebrity judge or two plus the Mayor of Brighton presenting the prizes! Our end of year spectacular is an incredible Rat Pack Night starring none other than Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Marilyn Monroe. They are backed by a terrific 11 piece band including close harmony singers The Doo Wop Dolls. These are probably the best tribute

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Dizzy Tilly's first children's book is published! Hi I'm Clare! Dizzy Tilly is my friendly farm character who comes with me every Wednesday and Friday to Dizzy Tilly Kids! & to Dizzy Tilly's children's Parties! With the help from Dizzy Tilly and her farm friends my aim is to teach children about every day experiences and to allow young children to explore the Dizzy Tilly adventures, to learn about places they visit, how these places help us and how children can feel happy and safe to go there. My first book is "Dizzy Tilly Goes To The Farm" where she meets all types of farm animals and finds out how they help us to keep fit and healthy!

Clare, Dizzy Tilly and the Rockinghorse team

In This first range of books, we shall also see Dizzy Tilly going to the Hairdressers, with Thanks to Head High in Saltdean! Also the Dentist and even to School. Children can have mixed feelings about all these places and I would like my new books to be a learning tool to sit and read together and enjoy the big full colour photographs of Dizzy Tilly showing them when she visits these places it can be fun too! Dizzy Tilly will give a percentage of every book sale to the Children's Charity Rockinghorse who help sick children in Sussex. Dizzy Tilly and Rockinghorse teamed up on the 1st of September, for the Storytelling event, held in Churchill Square, Brighton, and with a second event on Saturday 27th October, the Half Term week, again In Churchill Square, with four mini Dizzy Tilly Shows for you to bring the children down to meet Dizzy Tilly for storytelling, play her games, guess her surprises and see the magic post box! For more information on The Dizzy Tilly book range, local events, Dizzy Tilly Kids! clubs and party fun time please visit www.dizzy-tilly-kids.com

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Neighbourhood Watch Your monthly update from the Saltdean, Rottingdean & Ovingdean Neighbourwood watch.

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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 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 Calligraphy – Monday a�ernoons Julie Walker 308648 Saltdean Community Centre La Jolie Ronde (French for children) a�ernoons – Joanna Clark 302167. Saltdean Community Centre Yoga – Monday and Wednesday evening and Thursday morning Breeda Duggan 233608. Sdean Community Centre Beaver Scouts (6 years to 8 years) 6.30pm – 7.30pm 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. Wai�ng list. Ring Samantha on 07870899832. Ovingdean Village Hall Habakkuk Harriers running Club 7.00pm Running in and around Woodingdean. FREE. Phone 01273 705685 for details. Biblical Dance St Martins Church Hall, Lonridge Ave.,S.dean 6 - 7pm 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. Saltdean Com‐ munity Centre

Tuesdays Saltdean & District Choir – Tuesday 9.45am Audrey Pickles 303596. 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 (Catholic Fund for Overseas Development) Fun & Fit Pilates and Tone 9.30‐10.30am plus coffee. 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) Age Concern Drop‐In Advice Centre, with morning tea and coffee, first Tuesday of every month, 10am‐12am, St Mar�ns Church Hall, Longridge Avenue. Anyone caring for elderly rela�ves or neighbours most welcome to drop in during that �me 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 Slimming World ‐ Tuesday 5.30pm and friday morning lower hall – Mandy Crew 542827. Saltdean Comm Centre Royal Sco�sh Country Dancing Society – Tuesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm during school �me. Saltdean Junior School. Pam & Ray Archer 01273 684417 Drop‐in Medita�on Class 2pm to 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 Old Parish Lane, Woodingdean Cub Scouts (8 years to 10.5 years) 6.30pm – 8.30pm Ro�ngdean Contact: Caroline: Caroline@idltd.com Scout HQ,Whiteway Lane, Ro�ngdean Beginners Pilates 6.45-7.45pm S’dean Comm Centre Tracystirzaker@hotmail.com Tracy 07877 878532 Tuesday Evening Bingo Club – weekly 7.30pm start. Contact Peter Poin�ng 309519. Saltdean Comm Centre Buddhism – 2nd Tuesday monthly 7 – 10pm – Claudius Hillman 206295. Saltdean Community Centre Second Tuesday of the month Woodingdean Hor�culture Society ‐ 7.30pm Woodingdean Community Centre

Wednesdays 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 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) – (FREE) 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 Fun & Fit - Total Body Workout 9.30-10.20am S.dean Comm cntr - Karen 305827 Weight Watchers 10.am. The Ladyof Lourdes Church Hall,R.dean Drop‐in Medita�on Class Wednesday 9.15am to 10am Bindi Shah 01273 302350 Saltdean Drive 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 Welsby 304472 Saltdean Community Centre 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 Nia Dance Fitness Class Rottingdean Public Hall, 6.05 - 7.05pm every Weds Contact Helena Dodds 07977 073616 helena.darcerprise@gmail.com or 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 Li�le Gilwell, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean Serenity Yoga - Hatha Yoga (Beginners welcome) 7.00-8.15pm, & 8.30 - 9.45pm S’dean Comm Cntr. Nikki Tuke 07813 125795 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 7.30PM Wdngdean Yth Centre, Warren Rd. Contact Ali - 01273 300680/07821 179343 Zumba – Wednesday 7.30pm. Contact Laura Miller 01273 300221. St Nicholas Church Hall. Second Wednesday of the month Ro�ngdean Flower Club ‐ Meet 2.30pm 2nd Weds of the month at The Whiteway Centre, Rottingdean. Visitors £4 to include tea. If you like us, become a member. Contact Secretary 01273 300486

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Thursdays 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 Cuba Salsa ‐ 7pm. Contact Elizabeth Green (AKA Moran) 01273 307063. Saltdean Community Centre Open House Friendship Club 1.30 to 4.00pm Woodingdean Community Centre Drop‐in Medita�on Class 11am to 11.45am Bindi Shah 01273 302350 Saltdean Drive Coffee Shop ‐ Thursdays 10‐12 Woodingdean Methodist Church, The Ridgway. 304812 Come and make some 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. Love Art A�er School club Over 5’s 3.30 ‐5.00 pm. An introduc�on to Arts and Cra�s. £6 per child. Refreshments and Materials provided. To book call 01273 390618 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 U3A mee�ng 2.00pm St . Mar�ns Hall, Saltdean 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 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 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

Fridays Sea Swim Fitness 7am, Saltdean beach www.seaswimfitness.co.uk Children’s Art Club ‐ 3.30‐5.15pm Clair Ma�hews 07843275520. Saltdean Community Centre Fun & Fit Fitness Pilates Plus 9.30- 10.30am; 10.30-11.10am legs, bums & tums; Beginner fitness Pilates 11.15-12.15pm Karen 01273 305827. all Saltdean Comm. Centre. Deans Business Club Every other Friday. See www.deansbusinessclub.c o.uk Slimming world – morning – Mandy Crew 542827 Saltdean Community Centre. Stretch and Tone ‐  10 am to 11am. Ovingdean Village Hall.


45 49 The Ro�ngdean Bridge Club 1.20pm The Whiteway Centre, Ro�ngdean Call June Hill 01273 307623 for details. St Nicks Chicks 1.15pm ‐ 2.45pm. For carers with babies, toddlers and pre‐school children. Meet at St. Nicholas Church Hall, Saltdean. (term �me only). Vivienne 01273 308607 Royal Bri�sh Legion Women’s sec�on First Friday of the month at 2.30pm Whiteways Centre, Ro�ngdean 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 Rock ‘n’ Roll Free Dance all levels, no partner required. Friday 1st October (and any other available Friday)  ‐  call Liz on 07710227038 for info at the Plough Pub 9.30‐10.30pm. 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 Dizzy Tilly party fun time! For children's parties age 2-6years taking bookings now!

Saturdays Academy of Dancing 9am ‐1.50 pm. Charlene Benford 01323 899149 Saltdean Cmnty Centre

Mar�al Arts – Morning ‐ Jason Sale 07876165890 Saltdean Community Centre Saturday bridge – June Hill 01273 307623 Saltdean Community Centre. 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‐ bury@ntlworld.com Curry Night – Roniq 07790580790. Salt‐ dean Community Centre 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 Wood‐ ingdean. Church Service ‐ 8am.Holy Communion 10.30am Parish Communion St Nicholas Church Saltdean Vale, Saltdean www.saltdeansaintnicholas.org.uk 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. Saltdean Community Cafe & FREE kids play Saltdean Community Centre (in the Lido Building)2-5pm

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Saltdean Cinema Film dates 16th October 13th November 11th December Films will be advised nearer to these dates Yogafit Every morning Mon-Fri 9.3010.30am at the Saltdean Community Centre- Drop in. First class free. Contact Angela 07986277792 / 581640. Ovingdean WI Christmas Craft Fair 24th November, Ovingdean Village Hall, Ovingdean, BN2 7BB. 10am-2.30pm admission £1.00. www.ovingdeanwi.co.uk Charity concert for Help The Heroes.

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 Wednesday Closed 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 Est 1758. New Members welcome 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: D.Hanchett 01273 390230 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

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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 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 Extension:19365 Woodingdean Ray Harrison Neighbourhood Policing Constable 07766 997887 0845 60 70 999 Extension: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 Local Community Websites www.woodingdean.info www.saltdean.info www.ro�ngdean.uk.com Local Venues Woodindean Woodingdean Methodist Hall to rent for par�es etc. 01273 304812 Beulah Fletcher Ro�ngdean Scout HQ is available for private hire. Contact Kate on 01273 306383 for further informa�on

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Aloe Vera Aloe Vera is a species of succulent plant from Africa that is spiky with thick green fleshy leaves and can grow to a metre tall. It has been mentioned as a herbal medicine for about 2000 years though it may have been used for much longer. It is used in Indian medicine for colic, constipation, skin diseases, worm infestations and infections. In Trinidad and Tobago it i used to treat hypertension. Mexican Americans use it to treat type2 diabetes..Extracts are used in cosmetics and natural therapies for their soothing, healing and rejuvenating properties. It's effect on the mucous membranes probably accounts for the gut benefits people experience; better gut function can influence so much of our health and may be related to the reduction in joint pain experienced. The scientific evidence to date is quite limited and contradictory yet does not prevent many people from feeling the benefits of this wonderful plant, though It can be toxic to the liver at certain doses both taken internally and when used topically on the skin, particularly if using the whole leaf extract. Scientific Studies: Wounds Acute burn wounds and skin biopsies did not heal faster, though haemorrhoidectomies did. Skin protection It's anti-inflammatory properties are useful against dermatological disorders such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. Many people experience relief from sunburn with application of Aloe Vera. Cancer It's wound healing and anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and immumomodulatory properties helped prevent and treat the radiation induced mucositis (mouth ulcers) and oral candidiasis produced from certain head and neck cancer treatments. Some inhibitory effect on gastric cancer cells. Quinones in Aloe are being studied for their anti-cancer effects. Diabetes Emodin from Aloe Vera was shown to be potentially beneficial in the prevention and treatment of type 2 diabetes. Obesity A dietary Aloe formula reduced obesity-induced inflammatory responses and suppressed pro-inflammatory responses and reduced percentage body fat suggesting it's use as a nutritional intervention against type2 diabetes and obesity-related inflammation.

Alzheimer's Disease Some benefits were shown clinically and physiologically. Liver Hepatic fibrosis from viral infection eased and inflammation was inhibited, yet another study showed hepatitis caused by Aloe Vera. Adding Aloe Vera to your diet and life A teaspoon of liquid can be taken orally or added to shakes. Many topical creams are available for anti-ageing and restorative and calmative effects. 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

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