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Welcome to the village directory Hi everyone, It’s October and it’s a big month for my son as he turns 18 on the 15th. His 18 years are forever etched on my memory, as they should be, so I feel it’s only fair to ensure that this transition into adulthood is firmly etched on his. Happy ppy birthdayy Luke, whatever life throws at you stay positive, be kind, confident and maintain your sense of humour, you’ll need it when your friends see this...! If you would like to place a celebration message in the magazine please just drop me an email. It will be added free of charge to a new section of the What’s On page. Don’t miss the deadline! The nights will start drawing in this month, especially once the clocks go BACK on Sunday 27th October, bringing British Summer Time to a close, at least we’ve had a good one this year though. It’s time to get those chimneys swept (better to be safe than sorry!). An open fire at Christmas is a must in our house, it also allows the men in my family to pay tribute to the caveman within them. None of them can resist constantly checking and poking at it. Of course October is also the month for Halloween when freaky looking pumpkins keep any ghosts and ghouls away from our doors! Following that we have Bonfire Night. Check out this month’s magazine for a special offer on fireworks from Home Plus, they are also giving away free sparklers to all customers with no purchase necessary. Until next time have fun and stay safe. Have a great month ~ Debbie e: w: T: 01233 720488

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Benefits of Garlic

As the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler the focus on your vegetable plot starts to turn from growing and harvesƟng, into clearing and Ɵdying. Time spent on clearing and preparing your beds now will pay dividends next year. Make the most of the autumn sunshine to get compost dug into bare beds and you’ll have saved yourself hours of work on those chilly Spring days. Jobs for October:-


Make sure that plenty of sun can get to your pumpkins in order to get them ripe in Ɵme for Halloween. Plant garlic, shallots and Japanese onions. Leaving dead seed heads etc. on your flower borders will provide valuable food and shelter for garden wildlife over winter, as will leaving an undisturbed log or two. Build a rough shelter in a quiet corner and you might get a hedgehog move in! If you get lots of fallen leaves on your plot don’t waste them. Make a bin from chicken wire aƩached to 4 posts. Fill this with the leaves and they will rot down to give you sweetsmelling black leaf mould in one to two years Ɵme.

October is a good month for taking stock of how things have gone this year and starƟng to make plans for what you will grow in the future. Removing spent crops exposes slugs and other such pests to birds and other garden friendly wildlife. It also gives you the chance to look aŌer your soil and assess how the space will be used next. Crop rotaƟon is important so if the space is to remain bare over winter it may be wise to make notes about what grew where this season. Add maƩer from your compost heap to newly cleared areas, either digging it in, or leaving a layer on the top where the worms will gradually incorporate it into the deeper soil over winter. If the soil is heavy leaving it bare will enable frosts to help break it up. Our soil is lighter and benefits from being covered over - we use flaƩened cardboard boxes which protect from the rain and also help keep the weeds at bay. You may think that it’s all too late in the year to be planƟng, but there are some crops that definitely need to be thought of now, and others that, given an early start now, will benefit next Spring.

If you’ve not grown garlic before, then do try it - it’s easy to grow, can help protect other crops from pests, and with just a small amount of space you can grow enough to see you through the whole year! Now is definitely the Ɵme to order your garlic bulbs and they can be planted anyƟme between now and Christmas, but preferably not when the soil is too wet. Rather than planƟng all the garlic together it may pay to spread it around the plot as the strong smell can be an aid in keeping pests such as the carrot root fly away from other crops. Each garlic bulb should be separated into individual cloves and the cloves are planted with the pointed end uppermost, just below the surface, leaving about 4 inches between each one. They like well drained soil and you’ll be pleasantly surprised in the long winter days to see their green Ɵps creeping upwards. Each clove matures into a whole new bulb. The tradiƟonal Ɵme for harvesƟng garlic is in June, on the longest day of the year and if properly dried and stored it will keep right through the winter. Would you like some fresh, tender, young, peas early in the Spring next year? Look out for hardy varieƟes that can be planted now. They can be overwintered and are able to withstand the frosts, though protecƟon with a cloche will be appreciated. We will be starƟng ours in pots to keep in the polytunnel over winter ready for early planƟng next season.

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For thousands of years, ancient civilizations became unreliable. There was also a problem

have used celestial bodies to measure the passage of time. The Sumerians tracked the movements of planets and stars to record the seasons, and even created ancient calendars to record lunar cycles. It is believed that around 4236 BC, the Egyptians discovered the `Dog Star` rising alongside the sun every 365 days, it is believed to be “one of the earliest years recorded in history” and would later evolve into the current 365-day calendar.


3500 BC Egyptians used giant obelisk shaped objects which projected shadows on the ground to track the 12 parts of the day we know them as sundials. The Greeks then invented water clocks but they had problems with erosion so they

that during the winter as they would freeze up. So then along came sand clocks, we know them as an hour glass. The first modern mechanical clock was created some time between 500-1000 AD in Europe the exact date is unknown. It used weights that moved gears which in turn moved a single hour hand. These clocks were very large and require the weights to be reset 5 times a day. It wasn’t until centuries later that the next major hurdle in clock making was reached when the clocks driving weights were replaced with the invention of the coiled spring by Peter Henlein this was around 1500. Then in 1504 he invented the first portable clock this odd looking egg

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the home shaped thing was made from iron and it only had an hour hand and no protective covering over the dial. The telling of time rapidly started to move on when in 1577 the invention of the minute hand was designed by a Danish astronomer. Then in 1600, Burgi was also responsible for the first clock featuring minutes and seconds as well. The next few centuries saw the evolution of pocket watches they became smaller, and more accurate and very ornately designed. In 1704 Facio came to London with an idea to use jewelled pivot bearings. His idea was that precious stones would not wear or erode like metal pivots would this is when the jewelled movement was invented and is still used today. Over the years watches got more and more accurate. Abraham-Louis Perrelet has the distinction of one of the biggest advancements in clockmaking when he designed the first self winding watch in 1770. The pocket watch was called the pedometer named after the source of its power a weighted lever that jerks as the person

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Call 01303 211500 w w w. f u l l y w o u n d. d . c o. u k walked. While these many historic dates were important to the evolution of timekeeping it was April 19th 1891 that changed “time� as we know it today. Due to a malfunctioning conductors watch two trains collided near Cleveland, Ohio, Killing 11 people. News of this disaster quickly spread launching a demand for all railroads (and communities) to adopt a timekeeping standard. Suddenly the modern world developed a fascination with `accurate` time.




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Always here to help In the latest in our regular series of articles regarding legal matters, Katrina Kemp, Solicitor at Pengelly & Rylands, gives some advice on Wills, Powers of Attorney and selling your home. As we get older we tend to use solicitors more – perhaps to make a Will, to make plans for our future needs, in case we should become unable to deal with our affairs ourselves, or maybe to buy a property. At Pengelly & Rylands we can help with all of these issues. We understand that it is important that you feel confident with your solicitor. That you feel able to ask questions and speak to your solicitor on a one-to-one basis. We value good service and will deal with your matter professionally and with integrity, from your very first enquiry, and we will act, at all times, in your best interests.


We are always here to help you achieve the result you want. In order for us to do this we need to know what you are planning to do. Here are some examples of what you should consider before making your appointment with us: If you are thinking of writing a Will, you will need to consider who you want to act as your Executors, who you want to benefit from your Will and most importantly what you want your Will to achieve. You should consider, before you come to see us, what you want to happen with your house, possessions and finances. If you are not sure, we can always offer advice. If you are considering making a Lasting Power of Attorney, you should think very carefully about who will be your Attorney(s). You should consider if you want a replacement Attorney, to act if your Attorney(s) cannot act for you if the time comes. You will also need to choose someone “to be told” who is given the opportunity to raise any concerns or objections, if and when the Lasting Power of Attorney comes to be registered. A Certificate Provider will also need to be appointed, to confirm that you understand the significance of the Lasting Power of Attorney - perhaps your GP or a longstanding friend.

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If you are considering selling your property, you should contact your solicitor early on. This will give you and your solicitor time to get the legal paperwork in order. You will need to find your title deeds, planning and/or building regulations approval documents, guarantees and surveys. You will need to arrange for an Energy Performance Certificate to be completed and you will need to complete the Property Information and Fittings and Contents forms. Again, we can help you with all of these things. Being prepared and organised can help us deal with your matter more efficiently. If you would like to discuss with us how we can help in preparing your Will, a Lasting Power of Attorney or your house sale or purchase, please call us on 01580 762248.

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Seasonal Delights Rosemary and Garlic Crusted Brill Set of Mediterranean Vegetables and Tomato Coulis Serves 4

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2 large brill – filleted

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Eat, Drink and Stay @ The Bell Inn Supplied by Darren Best - The Bell Inn, Iden For the crust Use a food processor to blend the bread with garlic and rosemary and season with salt and pepper. Butter the fish and sprinkle over the fillets.

4 slices of bread 4 sprigs of rosemary

For the Mediterranean vegetables

3 cloves of garlic

Chop aubergine, courgettes and one of the red onions and red peppers. Place on a baking tray and add olive oil, balsamic vinegar and honey. Season with salt and pepper and mix well. Bake in oven at 200 degrees Celsius for half an hour or until vegetables are soft.

2 red onions 2 red peppers 2 courgettes 1 large aubergine 2 teaspoons tomato puree 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

For tomato coulis Finely chop the remaining onion and fry in butter until soft. Add tomato puree and fry for a few minutes. Add tinned tomatoes and fish stock and bring to the boil. Reduce by a third and season with salt and pepper to taste. Blend with a food processor until smooth.

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Autumn Cooking in the Kitchen We’re approaching the season of hearty slow cooked meals, an exciting time of the year that gets us back in the kitchen to enjoy everything that Autumn and Winter have to offer. The perfect time of year to upgrade your cooker. J M Interiors are delighted to showcase the latest EVERHOT 1100i model in their Biddenden showroom. EVERHOT is an electric heat storage range cooker that simply plugs into a 13 amp socket and needs no flue or concrete base. It gives you all the control & versatility of modern cooking methods (including induction cooking) combined with the even baking and winter warmth of a traditional range cooker. With handcrafted good looks it epitomises a relaxed, homely look suiting both traditional & contemporary kitchen designs.

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Developed over 30 years ago for customers who needed to draw power from limited renewable resources, particularly for those living in areas without a mains gas supply. EVERHOT has been the choice for thousands of delighted customers across the country and here’s are just a few of the reasons why; • Energy & cost saving – it’s innovative design allows it to run at a constant temperature but averages less than half the energy consumption of most traditional ranges • Temperature control – each oven and heating surface can be adjusted to the temperature you require and particular cooking areas can be turned off without affecting other areas – meaning no roasting in your kitchen on hot summer days! • Background heat – the EVERHOT is an all year round cooker giving you all the winter warmth benefits of a traditional range • Easy installation & no annual service requirement plus if you move you can take your beloved oven with you! • Elegant & versatile in a choice of 6 sizes and 7 colours there is an EVERHOT solution for every cook whatever your kitchen size.

Pop into J M Interior’s Biddenden showroom to see how this beautifully engineered appliance could be the heart of your kitchen this Autumn. For more information visit www.jmi-kitchens. or call 01580 291221.

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Was it James Bond or Del Trotter? Images courtessy of Tony Coombes Photography

T The record crowd of several thousand spectators were delighted by one of s the rafts entered in this year’s Annual Rye Raft Race organised by Rye and District Lions Club. Unbelievably, the Dist raft crewed by Woody Plant Hire, r was w an actual Reliant Robin car. Therefore, the Lions were not T sure if this was an James Bond s amphibious car or an escapee from a Only Fools and Horses. On seeing O the th crew of Batman and Robin, they were obviously the latter. w

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TheWarblers Mr. Tony Singleton T: 01580 753431 Homewood And District Astronomical Association (Hadas) Meets 2nd Thurs of each month, 7.30pm, Homewood School. Martin Frey: 01233 758222 Royal British Legion. 2nd Tuesday of every month (except Jan, Aug & Dec) 7.30pm White Lion Hotel. Call Bill Chantler. 01580 763 266. Women’s Institute: Tenterden: Mrs A Miller, 01580 761994 St. Michaels: Mrs B. Watkins 01580 765085 Tenterden Glebe: Judith Pickford Tel: 01580 762200 Young Wives: St. Michaels Mrs. J. Coombs 01580 763733 Tenterden and District Twinning Association, (twinned with Avallon, France) Contact Jean Anderson 01580 763459

Tenterden Day Centre, Church Road, Tenterden. Contact Sally Pettengell 01580 762882 Weald Of Kent Art Group Mrs Pat Lock T: 01634 865395 Sinden Theatre Homewood School Contact: 01580 764222 Ext 284 Benenden Players Tenterden Operatic & Dramatic Society Mrs. A. Patrick 01580 241966

Tenterden Youth Club Alan Sugden Tel: 01580 765531 Tenterden U3A If you are not in work with time to spare, the U3A offers you leisure activities and an opportunity to meet likeminded people in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere Contact Doreen Healey 01233 820529 E: Weald U3A - For the dynamic over-50’s, friendly monthly meetings in Tenterden & wide choice of Interest groups Contact Jean Morgan: 01233 770321 St Michaels Village Community Group Meet once a month, please check our website for event information and details of our next meeting www. Parkinson’s UK, Ashford Branch. Meets 1st Wednesday of every month at Godinton Village Hall, Loudon Way, Ashford. For information call Mike Wharrad – 01233 623530 Tenterden Active Retirement Association (TenARA) Maggie Rennie T: 01580 766276 maggierennie@btinternet. com Teri Witcher 01580 763892 Tenterden Spiritualists Highbury Hall. Highbury Lane. TN30 6LE, every Sat evening, from 6pm to 8.30pm. Evenings of Clairvoyance with a different medium every week, healing is available, and refreshments afterwards, all are welcomed. Contact David Burgess 01233 756127 davidburgess127@ Tenterden & District National Trust Association Membership: Ann Stevens 01580 764791

Tenterden Ukulele Club. Open to all ages and levels. For more information call Darren 07718 134 404.

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leisure Tenterden Cycling Club For Tenterden & St Michaels & surrounding areas. Suitable for all abilities. Contact Ian McCormick by email or text, email preferred TN30CC Cycling Club. Email: tn30cc@sky. com, T/txt, 07724 141115. tn30cc Tenterden Bowls Club Recreation Ground Road. Come join our 100 yr old outdoor club in Tenterden. Fresh air, gentle exercise, good company, new friends, good fun for 8 to 80+ year olds. Yoga Wed eve 8.00pm -9.15 pm. in the Dance studio at Homewood School (block d). All abilities welcome £6.00 per session. contact Sue Wainwright on 01622890746 mob. 07958606939 for more

Rye Rother Meads Tennis & Games Club Rye Tennis Club (8 grass courts and 4 hard courts) Tennis and coaching for adults and juniors all year round. Nick Moy (01797 223394) Rye Squash Club (2 squash courts, also used for racquet ball) Stuart Harland (01797 222410) Rye Table Tennis Club (4 tables); weekly sessions on Tuesdays from 6.00 pm Zoe Richmond-Watson (01797 280226) Rye Croquet Club (2 lawns); weekly sessions on Sundays and Tuesdays Peter Mackenzie-Smith (01797 226388) Romney Marsh Bridge Club (up to 12 tables); weekly sessions on Wednesdays. Separate groups for experienced players and beginners.

Cathy Bingham (01424 882859) Gymnasium (6 exercise machines) Large Clubhouse (2 bars, changing rooms, catering facilities, etc) All the above sports stage tournaments and other sporting/social events take place every year.

Rye Harbour Sailing Club membership is open to everyone who is interested in cruiser or dinghy sailing on tidal waters. Contact Richard Hopper Membership Secretary for full details. Phone 01797 222291, email richard@richardhopper. or visit our website



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How Do YOU Cope? Community Chronic Pain Service would like to welcome people in pain, their carers, friends and family to a day of talks, information and resources.

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At The Grand Hotel, The Leas, Folkestone CT20 2XL Saturday November 9th – 9.30 to 3.45 + Free lunch! Pain – what is it? When does it become Chronic? And how can you manage it? The Pain Toolkit An introduction to Tai Chi Benefits – what help is available What do YOU want from pain services? The Expert Patients Programme Places are limited – Admission is FREE In order to reserve your place, please contact the Chronic Pain Administration office on 0300 123 1753. Please let staff know of any special dietary requirements you may have.

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* Prices vary between models and Park Resorts Parks. Prices include VAT. Subject to availability. Images are for illustration purposes only. ¢ Owners can holiday as often as they like within their specified holiday season and pitch agreement. Parks are not a permanent residence. Maximum stay of consecutive days applies. Park facilities may not be open for the full duration of the opening season, ask staff for more details. † Site fees vary between Park Resorts Parks and pitches. Rate quoted is a standard pitch on Camber Sands Holiday Park. ∞ Your 2013 pitch fees will be free, however you will be required to pay a £500 initial payment plus a direct debit set up to cover your 2014 pitch fees. Written details available upon request. ≈Free bring on offer, only available on selected parks and selected pitches. Bring on must be from another holiday park, and proof of ownership at that park must be provided. The caravan must have been bought from a holiday park and must have been owned for at least a year before bringing on to Park Resorts, proof of the original sales invoice will be required. Transportation and connection of your caravan is free when moving from a non-Park Resorts UK Holiday Park to a Park Resorts Park (excluding Northern Ireland). Distance restrictions apply – transportation costs only covered up to £500. Existing Park Resorts Owners may be liable for a charge, and are not eligible for the free 2013 pitch fees offer listed above. # Minimum standard of caravan condition applies. Park Resorts reserves the right to withdraw or amend these offers at any time.

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leisure The Worlds Wonder Warehorne Since 1860 there have been 12 owners of the Worlds Wonder in Warehorne; Kathy and John are moving up the list of landlords’ longevity at the Wonder, having bought the business in 2005 they have been there for 8 years; where most previous incumbents have had 5 years or less at the Wonder. How is it that they are probably the longest serving owners of this type of business for miles around? Other business from Aldington to Kenardington from Kingsnorth to Brenzet from High Halden to New Romney and beyond have either changed landlords (some more than once) or sadly closed altogether.


It is no coincidence that they have awards for their meals, and recently won an award

Events October Thursday 3rd to Sunday 6th October Tenterden

Folk Festival. Festival information can be found at, where you can also buy tickets. WEALD U3A – Join us for a friendly afternoon and an illustrated talk about The Galapagos Islands, 2.30 p.m., Friday October 4th at the Vestry Hall, Cranbrook. Non-members (£3.) warmly welcomed. Contact Jean Morgan: 01233 770321 or wealdu3a@

The Weald of Kent Computer Club will meet on Wednesday 16th October in Biddenden New Village

Hall at 8 pm. This evening there will be a talk by Phil Birch:- “Online Payment Systems, now and in the future, safely moving money through the internet”. Annual membership is £10 plus £2 per meeting. Non-members are welcome (£3, but first visit is free) Full details: http://www.wealdofkentcomputerclub. Enquiries: Saturday 19th October J M Interiors Open

Day featuring EVERHOT cooking demonstration Between 10 – 3pm J M Interiors are hosting an Open

for service and hospitality from Ashford & Tenterden Tourist Association by a secret shopper; because it’s the meals that have helped the business survive through the difficult times of the credit crunch. Their philosophy is ‘Food like Mum makes’, simple good traditional home cooking. All of the dishes served at the wonder are cooked on the premises by Kathy and Alison, they are always looking to add traditional meals to the special menu, such as homemade suet puddings, homemade pies, and oxtail stew. Their motto is ‘The Wonder - Where meals are to dine for’ Since buying the business, they have continued to increase the homemade offerings encompassing starters, main courses and desserts, and even offer homemade scones with cream teas, and cakes. They recently were awarded for their customer service during a secret shopper campaign by Day featuring an EVERHOT cooking demonstration. View the latest pieces of bespoke kitchen furniture in their new look showroom and see an EVERHOT electric range cooker in action. Throughout the day, watch the chef rustle up some delectable nibbles and demonstrate some key Autumnal dishes, which of course guests may sample with a glass of bubbles! Meet the team & pick up expert design tips. See for more information. Saturday 19th. October 7.00 for 7.30 p.m. St.

Michaels village hall ,Grange road St. Michaels ,Tenterden ,TN30 6DU QUESTIONS - Do you have questions about this life and the afterlife ? If so here is an opportunity to ask those in the afterlife who want to help with an evening of questions and answers in trance through an established medium. This is not a religious or clairvoyant event . . tickets £6.00 . Tel. 01580762340 or email christopherrahr@ NO LATE ENTRY .

Tenterden and District National Trust Association – Thursday October 10th Tenterden Junior School, Recreation Ground Road. 7.30 pm “Fabergé, the Iconic Jeweller” John Benjamin (BBC Antiques Road Show).Visitors welcome. Further information 01580 764

leisure the Ashford and Tenterden tourist association, and in the past won awards for their meals. A major event for the business to display their homemade credentials is the Pudding night. The night starts with a carvery followed by around 20 homemade desserts created by Alison to sample. This is an all you can eat event, but customers are advised it is a marathon not a sprint; a table quiz is provided as evening entertainment while customers try as many or as much as they like. John said “Alison sets herself a goal of providing different desserts, which have a theme i.e. Star Wars on May the 4th, Independence day in July, Back to school in September and Guy Fawkes in November”. A multiple choice vegetarian menu is provided unlike many other establishments offering a token vegetarian option, the Wonder provides a choice of around five or six true vegetarian dishes equivalent to the number of dishes on

their main menu. Kathy said, “Vegetarians have told us that many restaurants offer a token choice, well we want to give real options; from a casserole to a curry, quiches to tofu we want vegetarians to feel valued, and make their experience with us a pleasurable one”. On Friday & Saturday fresh fish is added to the menu; not just battered cod and chips, although that is available if desired, but dishes including sea bream, trout, plaice, mackerel and other fruits of the sea. So why not give them a call, and book a table. Special diets can be accommodated subject to discussion. Christmas day and party bookings being taken now. Call 01233 732431 or E-mail


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Warehorne • 01233 732431 W Where Meals are to Dine For ! Sundays: Traditional Roasts, Pies & Main Menu Available We cater for parties, business meetings and social events. Room available to hire Kathy, John & staff give you a warm welcome

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9th November: Our next Themed Guy Fawkes ‘Pudding Night’ - Carvery followed by 20 different Famous for our Homemade Pies, Puddings & Desserts. desserts to sample. Booking Essential. Locally sourced meat, fish & produce. Separate Book now for Christmas Parties or Christmas Day Vegetarian Menu Genuine Homemade Traditional Cuisine

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wit & wisdom

Those Were The Days Close your eyes and go back in time, before the Internet or the Apple Mac, before Xbox or Playstation, way back. I’m talking about Hide and Seek in the park and the corner shop, then there’s: • Hopscotch, Butterscotch, Skipping, Handstands.

• When nearly everyone’s mum was at home when the kids got there.

• Football with an old can and climbing trees.

• When it was considered a great privilege to be taken out to dinner at a real restaurant with your parents.

• Beano, Dandy, Buster, Twinkle and Dennis the Menace. • Bazooka Joe bubble gum. • Watching Saturday morning cartoons.... • Short commercials, The Double Deckers, Road Runner, He-Man, Zeebedee. • Tiswas or Swapshop? Staying up for Doctor Who. • When around the corner seemed far away and going into town seemed like going somewhere.


• Cops & Robbers, Cowboys & Indians, and Zorro. • Walking to school, no matter what the weather.

• When any parent could discipline any kid, or feed them or use them to carry groceries and nobody, not even the kid, thought a thing of it. • When being sent to the head’s office was nothing compared to the fate that awaited a misbehaving student at home. Basically, we were in fear for our lives but it wasn’t because of drive-by shootings, drugs, gangs etc. Parents and grandparents were a much bigger threat! - And some of us are still afraid of them!! • “Race issue” meant arguing about who ran the fastest. Money issues were handled by whoever was the banker in “Monopoly”.

• Jumping on the bed. Pillow fights.

• The worst thing you could catch from the opposite sex was germs. And the worst thing in your day was having to sit next to one.

• Spinning around, getting dizzy and falling down was cause for giggles.

• Having a weapon in school meant being caught with a catapult.

• Water balloons were the ultimate weapon

• Nobody was prettier than Mum.

• Football cards in the spokes transformed any bike into a motorcycle. Choppers and Grifters.

• Scrapes and bruises were kissed and made better.

• Running till you were out of breath, laughing so hard that your stomach hurt.

• Eating raw jelly. Orange squash ice pops. • Two types of trainers - girls and boys, and the only time you wore them at school was for P.E. • It wasn’t odd to have two or three “best” friends. • You didn’t sleep a wink on Christmas Eve.

• Taking drugs meant orange-flavoured chewable aspirin. • Getting a foot of snow was a dream come true • Older siblings were the worst tormentors, but also the fiercest protectors. If you can remember most or all of these, then you have LIVED.

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This Might Save Your Driving Licence One Day David is a Kent based lawyer specialising in helping drivers deal with road traffic prosecutions throughout the South East. His web site at is full of useful material and in this regular column he will be posting helpful information on subjects that will be of interest to all motorists.


you might lose your licence. It is worth checking the dates carefully and keeping the envelope as evidence. There is still an obligation to provide the information by sending back a properly completed and signed form but a prosecution for the offence may be impossible.

Drivers face prosecution for a very wide range of road traffic offences. The most common Road traffic law is very technical and a careful ones are speeding, careless driving, mobile assessment of dates and events at an early phone use, driving without insurance, drink or s t a g e drug driving and dangerous driving. Some are can often prosecuted for much more serious offences pay real such as causing death by dangerous driving or dividends causing serious injury. Sometimes a relatively later on. minor offence can attract enough penalty Keep Your Licence points on a licence to bring about the risk of disqualification. David deals with all of these Need your driving licence to keep your job? and more and in this first article will describe A motoring conviction doesn’t have to mean a ban the way many prosecutions start.

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For many drivers the first they know they may have committed a road traffic offence is the receipt in the post of a Notice of Intended Prosecution (NIP) and a request for details of the driver. This is typical for speeding offences caught on camera, but it can apply to many others too. These documents are sent to the registered keeper. The first thing to check and to carefully note is the date upon which the NIP was actually received. Many people overlook this, but the law requires such Notices to be served within 14 days of the alleged offence and if that is not done there can be no prosecution. “Served” means received, not when it’s posted. The 14 day period is calculated by ignoring the date of the alleged offence and then counting forward 14 days. Sometimes they arrive out of time and if you don’t check and miss something,

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We have direct access to Motability’s website where we can view cars offered to us. Typically Motability have over 1500 cars for sale, all one owner, main dealer serviced with low mileage. The cars we supply are prepared to the very highest standards. When you visit our showroom we are able to log on to the Motability website and using our customer friendly dual screen, show full details including pictures and service history. Each car is carefully inspected inside and out by experienced staff to ensure they are supplied in as perfect condition as possible. Here our customers are able to order the model and colour they want with an anticipated delivery time of 21 days. As you would expect from a family business established for 47 years, all dealer facilities are available, including part exchange and competitive finance. We encourage you to visit our showroom where Sales Manager Phil Cunningham looks forward to assisting you.

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useful information Emergency 999 Police Neighbhd Team Ashford & Tenterden 101 Rye 0845 60 70 999 Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 Out of Hours Doctor 0845 4349655 William Harvey Hospital 01233 633331 Conquest Hospital, Hastings 01424 755255 Samaritans 08457 90 90 90 Electricity: Southern Electric EDF Energy Gas: Natural LPG

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Doctors Surgery Ivy Court, Tenterden 01580 763666 East Cross Health Clinic 01580 262 000 Rye Medical Centre 01797 223333 Tenterden Counselling Service Confidential Tel: 0776 968 3347


Veterinary Practices Rye 01797 222265 Tenterden 01580 763309 Rye Town Council 01797 223902 Tenterden Town Council 01580 762271 Parish Councils: Rolvenden 01580 241347 Tenterden 01580 762271 Wittersham 07944 183798 Ashford Borough Council Ashford Gateway Plus Tel: 01233 331111 Tenterden Gateway Tel: 0845 8247 202 Citizens Advice Bureau 01233 626185 Homewood School & Sixth Form Centre 01580 764222 Rye Primary School 01797 222825 Rye College 01797 222545 Kent Adult Education Homewood Centre, Homewood School: 01580 764356 Rye College: 01797 222545

Tenterden National Trust Assoc Ann Stevens 01580 764791 Rotary Club Of Tenterden Chris Northen 01233 851020 Rye & Winchelsea Rotary Club Membership: 01797 225739 Meetings: 01797 226380 Tenterden & District Residents’ Assoc. Chris Mason 01580 765199 Iden & Playden Garden Society Tel: Morris Metcalf 01797 280205 Rye Tourist Information Centre 01797 229049 Sinden Theatre (Arts College) 01580 763826 info@

Charities Tenterden Alcoholics Anonymous We hold three weekly meetings in West View Care Centre on Tuesday and Friday evenings and one on Saturday mornings Tenterden Charities Michael Wells 01580 762353 Volunteer Bureau Town Hall, 24 High Street. Tenterden, Tn30 6an 01580 765819 Rother Voluntary Action 01797 229600 Age Concern 01580 764158 CARM 01233 758122 Parkinson’s UK, Ashford Branch Contact Mike Wharrad 01233 623530 East Kent Strokes 01233 840448 Royal British Legion Neil Beaven e: Tel: 01580766880 Women’s Section: N. Holman 01580 762302 St. John Ambulance Brigade Russel Parkin 01580 766245 S E Kent Multiple Sclerosis Society 07767 326138 Tenterden Active Retirement (Tenara) Chair: Teri Witcher 01580 763892

Tenterden Disabled In Action Tenterden Day Centre 01580 761060 e: NSPCC: Tenterden & District Mrs J Coombs 01580 763733 Pregnancy Sickness Support Kent and Sussex Contact: Denise Clifford

Transport Bus Enquiries Arriva Bus Enqs: 0844 800 44 11 Stage Coach East Kent: 0871 200 22 33(Timetable) 08456 00 22 99(Customer Services) National Train Enquiries Wealden Wheels 01233 840000 Mobile: Kevin: 07821 387727 John: 07851 395210 Rye & District Community Transport 01797 227722

Village Halls Camber 01797 226887 St. Michaels 01580 766811 Stone in Oxney 01233 758362 Rolvenden 01580 241211 / 07874214916 Wittersham 01797 270316 Biddenden 01580 291320 2nd Tenterden Scout Hall Lisa Thornton 07710 346012 Rye Harbour 01797 223 631 Playden 01797 223 113 Highbury Hall Tenterden Bookings 01580 763692

Church Halls Tenterden Methodist Church Mrs S.Delgarno 01580 764981 St. Mildred’s and the Glebe Hall Anne Alexander 07873 579581

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