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SEAFORD Scene October 2011 Issue 54


Arts At The Crypt St James’ Trust Bishopstone Corale

Seaford In Bloom Awards Ceremony New Library & Day Service For Seaford 1Distributed

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Welcome Welcome to the October issue of Seaford Scene, your monthly community magazine, business directory and what’s on guide. Well, it looks like the summer has come and gone for this year, but at least we seem to be having some warm, sunny days finally! It’s a lovely time of the year when leaves turn to glorious colours of reds and golds and we can snuggle down in preparation for the winter months ahead. This month we have news on Arts at the Crypt, page 20 and Seaford’s new library and day service, page 4. We have articles on ‘What is St James’ Trust?’, page 12, Artefact from Seaford Twinning Association, page 31 and Bishopstone Corale, page 42. This years Seaford in Bloom awards ceremony is featured on page 8 and we have part 2 of ‘Living at Cuckmere Haven’ page 24. Fitness, well-being and weight loss ideas are on pages 48 to 55 with gardening news, tips and the regular gardening quiz on pages 80 to 82. Don’t forget the clocks go back at 2am on 30th and watch out for those Halloween ghoulies and ghosties on the 31st! Enjoy your October issue.

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4 New Library & Day Service For Seaford 4 Seaford Bonfire Society 8 Seaford In Bloom Awards Ceremony 2011 12 What Is St James’ Trust? 16 Seaford Martello Rotary Club 20 A New Vision For Arts At The Crypt 24 Living At Cuckmere Haven Part 2 28 What’s On At The Hop? 31 Seaford Twinners’ Artefacts On Display 34 Sudoku Answers 37 Waves Parentplay Course 37 Sudoku 39 Sussex Roamability 42 The Bishopstone Corale 45 Newsletter From The Old School Surgery 46 Seaford Lecture & Literary Club Sign Up For The Mayor’s Mad March Marathon 49 Charity Golf Day 50 Cancer & Weight: Top Facts 52 Dreams Will Be Made Of This... 52 Simple Exercises For Back Ache 54 Running Commentary 55 Seaford Kurlers 55 Seaford Rugby Football Club Fixtures 59 Who’s Who In Seaford? 65 Heritage Open Days At Seaford Museum 69 Probus Club Of Seaford 71 Who, What, Where & When? 72 Halloween Fun At Newhaven Fort 75 East Sussex Disability Association 80 Seaford & District Horticultural Society 82 Seaford Gardening Club 84 A Seaford Scene 86/7 What’s On Monthly In Seaford? 88/9 What’s On Weekly In Seaford? Front cover photo: Cross Way, Steyne Road, Seaford.

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Part of the development includes up to nine supported flats for people with learning disabilities. The flats, having their own entrance and lift facilities, will be provided on three floors adjacent to but separate from the main library and day service.

A planning application has been submitted for a stunning new £6m development in Seaford to include a new library, day-care centre and supported living flats for adults with learning difficulties.

The supported flats will enable people with a learning disability to live in the community, with support and care being provided by a separate staff team. The tenants will particularly benefit from the increased independence and choice afforded by this exciting new development.

East Sussex County Council has submitted the application for the new development at Warwick House in Sutton Park Road. The application, together with another one for a temporary library at Elm Court, Blatchington Road, Seaford, will be considered by the county council’s planning authority. It is hoped that the Planning Authority will make a decision on the applications in late September. Councillor Tony Freebody, Lead Member for Community Services said, “I’m delighted that we have now submitted our applications. If all goes to plan, people in the Seaford area will be getting a brand-new library thanks to this multi-million pound investment by the county council. We will be able to offer local people their library services in a wonderful building that will be accessible to all. This is another example of our continuing investment in libraries across East Sussex.” Councillor Bill Bentley, Lead Member for Adult Social Care, said: “This development, subject to planning, will enable us to upgrade the older people’s day service currently offered at Homefield Place in Seaford. This is great news for both the users and carers of our service and for our staff who will transfer over to the new building, once it’s built.” Progress to date on the scheme has included wideranging consultation with library users, people who use social care services, local councillors and the voluntary sector. The consultation included special ‘drop-in’ sessions held last year, where local people were able to see the plans and meet architects and council staff to discuss the proposed development. The council-appointed architects for the Warwick House scheme are RH Partnership from Brighton and the construction company is Vinci Construction UK Limited of Maidstone.


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Seaford Bonfire Society Seaford Bonfire Society proudly announces that it is to hold its first Bonfire Celebration on Saturday 22nd October. The Bonfire Boyes and Belles will leave their Headquarters, the White Lion pub in Claremont Road, Seaford at about 7.15 and will march to the War Memorial, where wreaths will be laid to remember the fallen of the wars. There will then be a torch-lit procession via Broad Street and High Street to the Martello Fields, where there will be a free firework display at 8.45pm. At least ten other Bonfire Societies will be marching with the Society, which should make it one of the most colourful processions to have been seen in the town for many years. Although the procession and firework display are free there will be collections on the night for the Seaford Lifeguards and local Downs Syndrome Support Group. Please support us by coming along to this event and buying our programme. Seaford Scene is a completely independent small business. All rights are reserved over the content and design of Seaford Scene unless agreed otherwise. The opinions expressed in editorial matter are not necessarily those of the publisher. Every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of entries. Seaford Scene cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage caused by errors, omissions or alterations and assumes no risk or liability for articles or the accuracy of the facts within them, that are provided by contributors. Seaford Scene does not endorse companies, products or services that appear in this magazine.

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Awards Ceremony 2011 The Seaford in Bloom Awards Ceremony took place at Dean’s Place Hotel, Alfriston on Thursday 18th August. This is the fourth year running that the prizes for the Seaford in Bloom Floral Competition have been presented at this venue. Chairman Isabel Stephenson welcomed more than 80 invited guests, including the Mayor of Seaford, Cllr Linda Wallraven, and representatives from the many organisations in Seaford that continue to support Seaford in Bloom in many ways. Isabel then introduced Peter Tipping from Europlants, the company that is contracted to supply and maintain the beautiful floral displays in Seaford. Peter’s presentation and question time proved to be very informative and interesting. He highlighted the difficult task of keeping Seaford’s 112 containers and over 2,000 plants in tip-top condition throughout the spring and summer. As well as the problems created by the wind, salt-air and occasional vandalism, Europlants has to be aware of the local environment and always uses ‘grey water’ to carry out the enormous task of watering the thirsty containers. The town planting colour scheme is always discussed with Isabel very early on and next year’s red, white and blue theme has already been agreed upon. After a refreshment break, Isabel reminded the audience of horticultural enthusiasts that this was the 21st year for Seaford in Bloom. This year we have had many compliments regarding the excellent floral displays in town and, thankfully, no vandalism. This year’s Soup, Spud & Pud Lunch and the Golf Day organised by Arthur Bradbury and John Lockyer were a great success. In spite of the atrocious weather, £1,400 was raised at the Open Gardens Day with the added help of selling more than 120 cream teas. Isabel gave sincere thanks to all the loyal helpers and supporters who continue to make this annual event so worthwhile. Isabel expressed her gratitude to Seaford Town Council who continue to lend their support, particularly with the cost of watering the floral containers. She also thanked the Rotary Club of Seaford for sponsoring this awards event, Dean’s Place for hosting it, and all the different Seaford businesses, societies, clubs and associations who so generously give their support and sponsorship each year. The help from


these organisations and the events held by Seaford in Bloom throughout the year provide the funds for the containers and baskets in the town and for their maintenance. Final thanks went to her committee who always give her great support in more ways than one. Isabel then began the Awards presentation. There were more entries than ever for ‘Best Back Garden’ in this year’s Floral Competition. The judges, Phillip Pople and Ray Waites, managed to decide on the merits of over 100 entries. Isabel gratefully thanked them for their 11 hours of hard work. Unfortunately Ashley Stephenson was unable to carry out his judging duties this year due to suffering a heart attack and undergoing subsequent surgery. Thankfully, he is now slowly recovering. The awards were then presented by the Mayor, who congratulated each of the prize winners. There was loud applause when the Mayor’s Cup for ‘Outstanding effort to enhance Seaford’ went to The Peace Garden and the ‘Best Back Garden’ and ‘Best Overall Entry’ trophies were awarded to Mrs D Hicks. The Patrick McCausland Trophy for special contribution to Seaford in Bloom was awarded to Anne Silk and Jane Tuppen, who have given their support during all the 21 years of fundraising events. After the awards the Mayor thanked all those who had entered this year’s Floral Competition and, on behalf of Seaford Town Council, she thanked the Seaford in Bloom committee for all the hard work that they do in helping to make Seaford such a colourful town. The Mayor also commented on this year’s wonderful floral displays, which have been achieved in spite of the difficult growing conditions. Isabel closed the evening with a reminder that the next SIB fundraising event will be ‘A Pasta Evening’ at Diella’s restaurant on Friday 18th November. Full details will be posted around the town nearer the date. For photos of all the prize winners and information on all Seaford in Bloom events go to:

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There are still many in Seaford who say ‘What is ST JAMES’ TRUST?’ St James’ Trust is a secular local charity and operates quietly from a large but well-concealed club house in Blatchington Road, close to the town centre. It is probably one of the lesser known, but hardest-working charities in Seaford. From its own buildings, dedicated volunteers provide an amazing variety of services for the elderly and disabled members of the community. The reasonably priced charity shop on site is open Monday to Friday 10am to 12pm and there is also a popular drop-in centre in the old Town Hall where anyone can buy a cup of tea with a slice of cake and simply sit and relax in a warm friendly atmosphere or chat to the volunteers. On May 26th at the Meridian Centre in Peacehaven, Mr Clive Rogers of Haven Guitar Club (who holds guitar lessons in one of the trust’s rooms) held a charity recital, with many of his students. The evening generated over £1,100 and Clive presented a cheque to Chairman Bryan Turner. The trust is very grateful to them for the donation. The AGM of St James’ Trust was held on Thursday July 21st at the main club house. The meeting was opened with a presentation by Canine Partners, a national charity that trains dogs to help people with various physical disabilities. The two dogs, Tiggy and Connor, were fantastic and trainer Ruth Narracott gave a detailed talk on her charity. At the end of the meeting, Mrs Maggie Gentry (Trustee) was presented with a bouquet of flowers by fellow trustee Doreen Woodward, on her retirement from the drop-in centre at the Old Town Hall in Church Road Seaford. Maggie has been serving teas and offering a friendly ear to visitors for the past twelve years. Ken Davies (Trustee), the joint co-ordinator of the dropin said ‘Maggie will be greatly missed’. Bryan Turner Chairman and administrator for the trust, said ‘I am very please to say that Maggie will continue to cover her two reception sessions a week at the main clubhouse in Blatchington Road and will organise regular visits to the local theatre for Trust members.’ He added that ‘the trust is run solely by unpaid volunteers and people like Maggie are few and far between. We are always looking for volunteers and anyone interested in assisting should telephone 01323 492800.’


On Wednesday 20th July, Chairman Bryan Turner was made very welcome by the Rotary Club of Seaford at their weekly meeting; where he gave a presentation to the Club on St James’ and its good works. On July 26th, the Lunch Club was pleased to welcome the Leader of Lewes District Council, Eileen Russell, and her husband, who enjoyed an informal meal and chatted to the members. St James’ Trust hosts a number of groups at the club house in Blatchington Road, including the Stroke & Caring Club, Lip Reading classes, Arts & Crafts, Hard of Hearing Club, a music group and a recorder players club, together with the very popular Tuesday Lunch Club, which provides a delicious hot meal for senior citizens together with a door-to-door minibus collection service at a low cost. Toenail cutting and NHS hearing-aid batteries replacement services are also provided along with non-technical hearing-aid maintenance. NHS Hearing Aid Battery exchange and a toe-nail-cutting service are two of the regular services available at the club house. There are places available in almost all of the activities and more information can be obtained by calling 01323 492800. The Trust is a mainly self-funding charity and relies totally on volunteers to help it maintain important services to the community. There are three large halls for hire at reasonable rates (which includes the use of the kitchenette) and a full-size catering kitchen that can be hired in conjunction with the Lower Hall for children’s parties, wedding anniversary parties or family get-togethers. The halls are also available to businesses for training. The trust is hosting an Open Day on Saturday 8th October 2011 between 9am and 3pm. Teas, coffees and ploughman’s lunches will be available and many of our groups will be showing off their particular interests. All ages are welcome to come and get to know us. If you have any spare time, the Trust is looking for people who can drive the minibus or act as escort, man reception for a four-hour shift on a regular basis, manage basic book-keeping, prepare or serve lunches and refreshments, support publicity and fund-raising, carry out general building maintenance, decorating or co-ordinate activities. If you feel that you could assist in any of these or just give some time please contact Bryan Turner on 01323 492800 for more information.

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A new vision for Arts at the Crypt

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The Crypt Gallery has recently been refurbished and extended to incorporate the old Citizens Advice Bureau offices. There is now an entrance from Church Street and a large studio/workshop and a modern kitchen. New plans have been drawn up to help promote the Crypt Gallery and to ensure it is open more frequently to visitors.

Arts@theCrypt is the name we use to describe the building as a whole. Within the building, there are three distinct spaces: the studio workshop, the gallery and the Undercroft. The Undercroft is a 13th-century medieval crypt and is a scheduled ancient monument. A modern art gallery was built above the Undercroft in 1994. Both buildings were transferred from Lewes District Council in 2010 and are now under the control of Seaford Town Council. Upkeep and running of the Arts@theCrypt gallery is circa £11,000 per annum. Seaford Town Council has delegated responsibility for day-to-day management of the building to the Arts@ theCrypt Management Committee. Technical, financial and administrative support is provided by staff of Seaford Town Council. Under the lease agreement between Seaford Town Council and Lewes District Council, the permitted use of the building is as a community arts centre operated on a not-for-profit basis.

Two special open meetings to discuss the vision for the gallery, including possible independence from council funding, have been arranged for people who have either supported or shown work at the Crypt in recent times. These dates are scheduled for the afternoon of 10th October and the evening of 12th October. In advance of these events, over 500 letters have been sent out to supporters to get views on the outline plans and ideas. ‘We would like to see the Crypt opened more often, making it even more accessible whilst at the same time showing a wider and more exciting range of arts, said Ralph Taylor, current acting chair of the Crypt Management Committee. ‘Although Seaford is blessed with beautiful natural attractions, regrettably our local historical attractions are sometimes overlooked and the new vision for the gallery and the important medieval undercroft seeks to address this’. Brian Millar, one of the current volunteers says, ‘I hope that the Crypt can continue to attract artists and performers and that the Undercroft is seen by even more visitors in 2012. I enjoy being a volunteer but we would like to see new people on the management committee who have fresh ideas and who can bring additional skills to the team. We have produced a new leaflet to advertise the gallery and the Undercroft. We have also used the leaflet to publicise the costs of hiring the space - we have tried to keeps costs as low as possible to encourage even greater use of this lovely space.‘ More details on how to volunteer or for a copy of the Crypt gallery vision can be obtained from Dawn Thompson at Seaford Town Council (01323 894870 or dawn.thompson@


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Living at Cuckmere Haven Part 2

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For our first week here, we slept in a tent on the sea wall, hardly able to close our eyes for the magic of a moon-lit sea just below our feet. The tent’s now packed away until next summer, but every morning has filled us with awe and wonder as the dawn’s pink rays rise up behind the Seven Sisters. For someone who has a tendency to lie in, this dawn rising is quite out of character, but I honestly don’t want to miss a minute of the experience! Getting up early also enables us to use the daylight effectively, something that has become increasingly important in our life here.

We watched in awe as the first wild seas crashed up against the sea wall with an immense booming sound, throwing spray up against the windows. The days of sitting out on the terrace, gazing at a sparkling, still sea, seem summer memories now. The continually shifting moods of the sea and sky remind us to stop and stare now and again; to marvel at the birds floating on the wing or the different colours of the sea and the horizon. No wonder this landscape has inspired artists and writers for centuries. As the evenings draw in, Robb and I have realised that there is little we can get done by candlelight and surrender to the relaxation and stillness that flickering flames invoke. We’ve been sitting by the fire, reading, playing the piano (very badly, but hey, I’ve got to start somewhere!), playing card games and increasingly finding our eyelids drooping as we settle into the rhythms of day and night here. Goodness knows what we’ll be like when the clocks go back and it’s dark at 4pm – fourteen hours sleep anyone?! Lucy Corkhill

Well, what a whirlwind month it’s been! We had a wonderful week with Carolyn and Li Chen, which flew by in a flurry of visits from family and friends, and preparation for their two year trip. We drove them to Newhaven ferry on a bright Saturday morning and waved them off on their journey to Dieppe….then Paris, Cologne, Moscow…and Mongolia. We heard from them just as they were about to set off into the Gobi Desert. For the first few days after they’d gone, we really felt their absence and kept expecting Li Chen to run up from the beach or Carolyn to come bounding through the house to greet us.

It’s been full-steam ahead at the house, with the re-fitting of the kitchen and utility room to accommodate the gas cooker and gas fridge/freezer that Carolyn bought before she left. In his remarkably resourceful way – and always with an eye to keeping the unique character of the house intact – our friend Daniel Bishop has been hard at work, sawing, planing, sanding, building, renovating and generally helping to create a functioning kitchen. We’re excited about the workshops we’ve got coming up here in the autumn. After the success of the Celebrate Cuckmere festival, we agreed with Carolyn that the house was the perfect venue for creative activity. Tom Benjamin’s three-day oil-painting workshop starts in September (with future dates planned), followed by Alison Cotton’s watercolour days, including lunch here at the cottage, in September and October. The poet Kay Syrad is running a poetry workshop in October, to include an evening poetry reading around the fire with tea and cake. And in December, the artist Chris Drury’s two-day workshop looks set to be a thrilling exploration of the local


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My painting is influenced by my experience and practice as a psychotherapist. I am fascinated by how people relate to one another and to the world. This is reflected in my work through the ways in which the figures abstracted animal and human forms - relate to each other, to the surrounding space and to the canvas as a whole. I attempt, through painting, to express my sense of the connection between the more literal or concrete aspects of life and the many other dimensions and depths of human experience. Two years ago I moved to the East Sussex countryside, where I live surrounded by woods, pastureland and wildlife. It seems to me that animals symbolise life’s deeper energies and instincts. In my work, the momentary glimpse of a horse and rider, a deer standing motionless, the movement of a horse, dog or bird in flight, are taken, through the process of painting, into an arena of reverie, memory – or, perhaps, what Freud described as ‘free-floating attention.’ Energy, movement and stillness are important elements in my painting. I aim to reflect these in a similar vein to that of a piece of music or a dance, through the rather ethereal and dreamlike figures and images. I hope to convey a sense of timelessness in my work and for each painting to embody a sense of its own reality: a felt or imagined space, to which the viewer may respond. I completed a Fine Art Painting degree at Brighton University and during the past five years have successfully exhibited at galleries and shows in London and throughout the South of England. My work is held in private collections nationally and in Europe.

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Abbeyfield House Alfriston Supported Sheltered Housing for older people We are a non-profit making organisation so our rents are affordable.

Unfurnished en-suite rooms for reasonably active older people who wish to remain independent without the worries of home maintenance, shopping, cooking, gardening etc.

We are not a care home — but our staff do care. Abbeyfield House is not an “old folks’ home” but a place our residents call Home.

Home cooked meals using fresh produce are provided in the dining room. Please contact the Administrator for more information or to arrange a visit. Abbeyfield House, North Road, Alfriston, Polegate, BN26 5XB. Tel: 01323 871767 Email: Industrial & Provident Society 23341R. An exempt charity.

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NEWSLETTER FROM OLD SCHOOL SURGERY Together with other volunteers I recently became a member of the Patient Reference Group. Every two months this group will meet with staff to discuss issues that arise in connection with plans and practice of the Old School Surgery in Seaford and the surgeries in Alfriston and East Dean. The first meeting I attended agreed the ground rules about confidentiality and that it would not be a platform for individual problems. Some discussion explored the means by which all patients registered with the group could easily access information and be informed of changes. It was agreed that information for the three surgeries would be available on the Old School Surgery website at http:/www. and also through the Cuckmere News and the Seaford Scene magazine.

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A questionnaire will soon be available for patients to complete and the results assessed and compared with performance nationally. A sample copy of the questionnaire was looked at and discussed by the group. The aim is to try and obtain views representative of the local population, including all age groups. There was a suggestion of a Forum facility on the website and this will be explored more fully. This is the beginning. But it is a well known fact that it is good to talk. Ann Bryan

NEXT NOVEMBER ISSUE Please book your adverts and send your information for the next November issue by Friday 7th October 2011 to or telephone 01273 710793 Please recycle this magazine when you have finished with it.

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Rivendale Lodge is an award winning independent EMI Care Home, specially furnished and designed to provide a comfortable, friendly family atmosphere.

Nova House, situated in a quiet residential area of Seaford, with 23 comfortable single rooms, 16 of which are en-suite.

• Total 24 Hour care in homely surroundings • Spacious facilities with a high standard of comfort and Care • Catering to meet the diverse needs of the active elderly with Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia • An inclusive and competitively priced care package • East Sussex County Council preferred care provider

• Total 24 Hour care in homely surroundings • Attractive grounds and courtyard garden • Close to local shops / public transport • Fully inclusive and competitively priced • Wheelchair access, lift and stair lift • Television / Phone point in each room • We also cater for Short stay / Respite Care

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Rainbow Bath Bag If taking a bath is becoming a problem, this easy-touse, inexpensive aid could be the answer. It’s so simple! No electrics, no inflating, just a safe, supportive and comfortable bag. Price, including P&P just £55. For more details tel. Shevic Products on 01323 895870 or 01323 894953

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Seaford Lecture & Literary Club Sign up for the mayor’s Mad March marathon The Seaford Lecture & Literary Club (SLLC) is the latest Seaford organisation to sign up to Mayor Linda Wallraven’s ‘Mad March Marathon’ event to raise funds for WAVES family support service. The SLLC is celebrating its 80th birthday in 2012 and is combining its AGM with a talk by Seaford Historian Kevin Gordon on clubs and societies in Seaford in existence when the SLLC were founded. Members will be invited to sponsor a candle on the SLLC 80th birthday cake with all proceeds going to WAVES. The SLLC join the Royal Society of St George, Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors, Seaford Chamber of Commerce and more taking part in the month of fundraising activities. Other organisations wishing to take part in the Mayor’s Mad March Marathon can call 01323 894870 with details of their proposed event.

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CHARITY GOLF DAY A charity Golf Day ran by Seahaven Lioness Club and Len Fisher, Captain of Seaford Head Golf Club, raised £1500 for ‘Help for Heroes’. This was held at Seaford Head Golf Club on July 22nd 2011 and our thanks go to all the 75 golfers for taking part and making this a great and profitable day. Captain Len Fisher has chosen Help for Heroes as his charity for his year as captain and so far the funds are approaching £4,000.

Tai Chi & Qi Gong Unwind from the stresses of modern life with gentle exercises for health and relaxation. Personal tuition - individual or with friends in a group. Log cabin set within a relaxing garden retreat. Tuition times flexible to suit. Email:

Our thanks also go to the following: Wave Leisure, Prestige Promotions, Caffyns Jaguar Eastbourne and David Jordan Estate Agents for sponsoring this event, and also Morrisons Supermarket, The Old Boot Inn Seaford, The Star Inn Alfriston, Coopers Funeral Directors, Osborne’s Financial Services and Inter Sports Seaford for donating raffle prizes. Top: Lioness President Maggie Chitty & Seaford Head Golf Captain Len Fisher. Below: Lioness President Maggie Chitty & Winner David Winter.


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Vajrasati Yoga with Rosie Waters

Gentle, Traditional Yoga All ages, all levels, including beginners

Saturdays 9.30am

The Archway, 1 Blatchington Road, Seaford

NEW Wednesdays 6.30pm

The Archway, 1 Blatchington Road, Seaford Starts 28th September

Thursdays 6.15pm

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All levels, beginners welcome

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Monday 6.30 - 8pm. £6 drop in or 6 for the price of 5, if paid in advance.

Tel: 07983 622840 / 01273 512170

Contact Therese for further info. 07515 961327 or email

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CANCER AND WEIGHT TOP FACTS Obesity is the single biggest cause of cancer among non smokers. l In the UK, about 13,000 people every year could avoid getting cancer if they maintained a healthy body weight. l Every two minutes someone is diagnosed with cancer in the UK (Cancer Research UK). l More than 1 in 3 people will develop cancer during their lifetime (Cancer Research UK). l Overweight and obesity are the most important known avoidable causes of cancer after tobacco. (World Health Organisation) Current levels of overweight and obesity in the UK could lead to around 19,000 cases of cancer each year. (International Journal of Cancer, 2009). l Being overweight or obese increases your chances of getting all cancers by 50 per cent and liver cancer by nearly fourfold. (Cell, 2009) Indeed, excess weight is linked to increased risk of developing several cancers including cancers of the colon, breast in post menopausal women, endometrium, kidney, oesophagus, gallbladder and pancreas. (Cancer Research UK). l

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Maintaining a healthy weight and eating a diet high in fibre, fresh fruit and vegetables lowers the risk of developing cancer (World Cancer Research Fund Expert Report 2007). Parents can reduce their children’s cancer risk in adult life by encouraging them to eat healthily and keep active. (Cancer Research UK). If you are overweight or obese, losing weight can help reduce your risk. One study found that previously overweight women who lost 20 pounds or more had 11% lower risks of cancer overall compared to women who had never lost that much weight. (The Iowa Women’s Health Study, 2003). Apple-shaped people who put on weight around their stomach may have higher risks than pear-shaped people who put on weight around their hips (Cancer Research UK). There is strong evidence that regular exercise helps protect against the risk of colon and post-menopausal breast cancer, and is likely to reduce the risk of other cancers too. (Cancer Research UK). l It is never too late to start exercising either. An American study involving 10,000 men, many of whom had been inactive for many years, found that those who did start to do regular activity reduced their risk of diseases related to inactivity such as cancer by around a quarter. (Cancer Research UK). l Research has also shown that exercise may also be beneficial in reducing mortality rates. Women who undertook exercise equivalent to 3-5 hours brisk walking a week reduced their cancer mortality rate by 50% compared to those who did less than one hour a week. (Cancer Research UK). l

Brenda Ansett Slimming World Consultant. Tuesdays 5.30pm and 7.30pm. Tel: Brenda 01323 325648 Seaford Constitutional Club, Crouch Lane, Seaford Wednesdays 9.30am. Tel: Charlie 01323 492904 Seaford Constitutional Club, Crouch Lane, Seaford Thursdays 7.30pm. Tel: Brenda 01323 325648 The Clinton Centre, Cross Way, Clinton Place, Seaford

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TOP GIRL! TOP DOG! Liz Bur is the latest Seaford winner of the Arriba! Weight Loss Challenge held at WellnessWorks. Liz has now gone on to lose even more and she is looking fantastic!

Photo courtesy of the Eastbourne Herald and Gazette Series

Liz’s 12 week results: Lost 17lbs , lost 13 inches, down 8% body weight, down 4.8% body fat, down 3 points of dangerous visceral fat, 17 years younger!

There is still time to join our current Weight Loss Challenge or we can coach you privately.

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WHATEVER YOUR SPORT…WHATEVER YOUR AGE… WellnessWorks sponsors the Seaford Town Football Club. Call Toni for a FREE sports nutrition consultation


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Established in 2007 by Toni Lehman, MSci & MBA Seaford Wellness Centre Associates are on hand to help! Nutritional Therapy with Julia Stonard Personal Training & Massage with Richard Brown Manicures & Pedicures with Maggie Tebbett Blood Pressure, Cholesterol & Glucose Testing To advertise in Seaford Scene please call 01273 710793 or email


Dreams will be made of this... There’s a rather special house on the scene in Eastbourne. It will be a haven for children with terminal illnesses and disabilities, and a perfect place by the sea to get that important break that can mean so much. The money to buy the house was generously donated to Dream Makers National Children’s Charity by The Keith Baker Charitable Will Trust, through the trustees at Barwell’s Solicitors at Seaford. It will be known as The Keith Baker House and will provide a lot of happiness for many families. Work has now begun to rip out the old interior and create a wonderful holiday home for children, and this is where we hope that perhaps you can help? Can You Help? We are quite desperate for donations of funds to help to create a lovely and exciting interior. Also Seaford Scene carries many advertisements for professional decorators, plumbers, electricians, carpenters and a host of professional people. We are hoping some will be able to offer their services or products free of charge to help to get the house finished and open. Readers will then see advertisements for traders who have given their time or sponsored products as they will carry the special logo; We are Dream Makers…. The Keith Baker House Can YOU do any of the one hundred and one things that we need to get the house open? Could YOUR company provide a boiler, carpet, wallpaper, fabrics or even ornaments to match the plans of our voluntary designer? We are trying to get a white designer bathroom, a wonderful kitchen, new central heating system, pipes, taps, light fittings, sockets, the list is endless. For health and safety reasons we can’t accept any second hand items, but everyone could do all sorts of things to raise money, and it’s such great fun to get involved in charity events. So...could you or your friends set one up for Dream Makers please? Do you do Zumba? Then why not organise a Zumbathon? Get all your friends to Zumba in relays for hours! Everyone could Zumba for half an hour or as long as you think possible and get sponsored. And with enough people it could last for a whole day if


you want it to! Take out the cost of the hall etc and you can raise a whole lot of money and make many new friends. Had you thought of a Children’s Zumbathon? How about hiring a bouncy castle and have a Big Bounce? The Keith Baker House is very near to Eastbourne’s swimming baths so come on, why not do a sponsored swim? How’s this…if you’ve got noisy children how about a sponsored silence!! The possibilities are endless. Please, please help us. Thank you.

If you can offer help with professional services or donations of items, please contact Paul Rogers on 07794 176391, who is local or to set up a fundraising event, please call Dream Makers on 01564 778121 or 07816 124 889.

Three Simple Exercises to relieve back pain In order to achieve a strong, healthy, stable back, regular exercise is required. The exercises should strengthen the muscles supporting the spine, and also the abdominal and oblique muscles that encircle the trunk like a corset. Those of us stuck at desks for most of our working day can try these exercises whenever we have a few minutes spare. Try 10-15 repetitions and hold each position for a count of 15. l While sitting at your desk, put feet flat on the floor and hands on the edge of the desk. Push back, arching your spine into a convex shape, then reversing it into a concave position. l Stand about 30cm from a wall and place hands against the surface at shoulder height. Bend elbows to support upper body and, using abdominal strength, lift heels while keeping the back straight. l Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, about half a metre from a wall. Face the wall and lean against it using hands, the back should be straight. Reach up with right arm and simultaneously lift left leg backwards and upwards. Repeat on the opposite side.

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Running Commentary... It is now 25 years since the Seaford Striders Running Club was formed, and I feel immense pride in all it has achieved in that time. From its humble beginning back in 1986 it has become a widely-respected and, although small in comparison with many other clubs in Sussex, a remarkably successful running club. Its ethos - enjoyment of running within a friendly atmosphere, has over the years enabled the Striders to grow in size, expand its horizons and develop a thriving group of junior runners as well as triathlon/ duathlon, cycling and walking sections, but perhaps it’s the diversity of the runners themselves with their differing backgrounds and reasons for running, of serious runners combining with fun runners; marathon nutters with those happy just to run distances up to 10km, and long-pasttheir-sell-by-date athletes running alongside teenagers, that is the main reason for the Striders’ continuing success. While long-standing members, Pete and Denise Forster, and Bill and Glynis Young, have given strength and stability to the Striders, a continuous flow of new blood into the Club has ensured it has remained buoyant and forwardlooking. Many of the runners regularly take part in the yearly series of events in the Sussex Road Racing Grand Prix, and have helped the Club to finish in the top three every year for the last fifteen years, including winning it on four occasions. Maintaining a balance in the Club are the many runners who don’t compete but just run for the enjoyment, the fitness and the friendship. Additionally, a strong social side to club life further unites this broad mix of runners. The competitive side of the sport of running is reliant upon people and organisations laying on races for runners to enjoy but it’s the large number of individuals who freely give their time to help marshal the events that is even more important. Without them, races just would not happen. Events such as the Striders Mince Pie 10-miler (in December) and the Seaford Marathon (in August) require about 50 friends and members of the Club to act as marshals on each occasion, and raise valuable funds for local charities. They also assist in the Seaford Half Marathon, Beachy Head Marathon, the Warren Hill XC, The Jog Shop 20 and the Alfriston Water Meadows Races. The importance of this ‘giving something back to the sport’ cannot be understated.


October is a busy month for races, with a wide range of distances to choose from, beginning with a choice of either the Friston Forest 10km or Lewes 5 mile/ 10 mile races on the 2nd. On the following Sunday is the Jog Shop 20-miler, with the Beachy Head Marathon on Saturday 22nd and the Barns Green half Marathon on the 30th. In next month’s ‘Running Commentary’, Julie Howey, who doesn’t belong to any running clubs, will write about her running. Martin Bulger, founder member of Seaford Striders Running Club.

St James’ Clubhouse Blatchington Road

HaS changed to Fridays 6.30 - 7.30pm Beginners and Improvers 7.30 - 9pm Improvers to Intermediates 6 - 6.30pm Free half hour step tuition for all abilities Fully qualified teacher ISTD & BWDA

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Seaford Golf Club welcomes golfers MEMBERSHIP AVAILABLE

Vacancies in all sections of the club: men, ladies and juniors, both boys and girls. Non-Golfers are also welcome: bridge, snooker and first class dining available.


Anyone interested, please contact Seaford Golf Club on 01323 892442 or

SEAFORD KURLERS On the 20th August, 2011 Seaford Kurlers took part in the Wave Leisure Disability Games. This was done in conjunction with the charity Searchlight and Sainsburys, Newhaven branch. Sainsburys nominated the charity as the one that they would sponsor for this year. We were asked if we could provide kurler members to help with and supervise the game of New Age Kurling and very easily we found ten volunteers. We arrived at 10am to set the equipment up and had a really super morning helping out with the Searchlight staff. All of the players thoroughly enjoyed the morning with us and so did we. I cannot explain how satisfied we all felt that we

had been able to do this. I have never known such an appreciative bunch of folk. It did us good to see everyone enjoying themselves so much. All praise goes to Wave Leisure and Sainsburys. Seaford Kurlers are members of ESDA(East Sussex Disability Association). Apart from the sport that we play every Tuesday afternoon at the Downs Leisure Centre, Seaford, we also have social events. To find out all about us, and the sport and the social activities that we do, please contact Mrs. June Wood, 7 Landsdown Road, Seaford BN25 3JS. Tel: 01323 895376.

OCTOBER RUGBY Fixtures 1st XV 1st

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21st Eastbourne IV (A)

22nd East Grinstead 28th Hove VI (H) II (H) 29th Worthing III (A) To advertise in Seaford Scene please call 01273 710793 or email


The English Wine Centre & Cuckmere Barns

The English Wine Centre – Dedicated to a huge variety of English Wines. Over 140 varieties of English Wine stocked in our wine shop. Open everyday 10am to 5pm. We have regular tutored wine tastings given by our English Wine specialists. Wine and food tastings range from 2 people as a treat to 100 or more for a conference activity. Bookings are necessary please.

Tel: 01323 870164 Email:

Oak Barn – Weddings and parties. Our 17th Century Oak Barn, landscaped private gardens and large marquee are ideal for a wedding reception or special private party. We can seat up to 70 in the winter months and 150 in the summer months. Locally sourced and freshly prepared seasonal menus cooked by our two chefs. The Oak Barn is licensed for civil ceremonies.

Flint Barn Restaurant – Great English food. As much as we are able, we source our food locally. Freshly prepared to order, our seasonal menus are quintessentially English with a choice of English wines to match. For all enquiries Tel: 01323 870164 or visit our website: The English Wine Centre, Alfriston Road, Berwick, East Sussex BN26 5QS

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Chris’s Catering Catering for all occasions

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HILL HOUSE BED & BREAKFAST Well appointed ensuite rooms Beautiful views Free Wi-Fi Use of garden Parking within the property Eastbourne Road, Seaford, East Sussex. BN25 4BG 01323 899759 07534 083878 To advertise in Seaford Scene please call 01273 710793 or email



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Up to £920 per oz Min. £200 Sovereigns. Wedding bands/pocket watches/bracelets/old charms/earrings etc. Even broken items. SILVER £25 per oz. FREE FRIENDLY VALUATIONS



Minnie Boutique can sell new/nearly new designer womanswear and accessories for you!! If you have any top names in you wardrobe you don’t wear, bring them to us and we will sell them for you, and give you cash once sold. Certain items we can give instant cash!!!

Call Linda or make a trip down, we can view there and then!!

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Who’s Who In Seaford? Adam Doughty, Emergency Care Support Worker

Adam has lived in Seaford for 23 years and has worked at the South East Coast Ambulance Service in Newhaven for 4 years. He is also the team leader for Seaford Community First Responders. After finishing school in Seaford, he joined the Royal Navy, then worked for Wave Leisure, before starting his career with the ambulance service. What does your job involve? Responding to life threatening 999 calls in the local area. This can involve anything from resuscitation to delivering babies. What do you like best about Seaford? Its beach. What is your favourite song or piece of music? Arctic Monkeys Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair. What is your favourite film? Taken. What is your idea of happiness? Having children. What book are you reading? Medical books. Where is your favourite place to go in and around Seaford and why? The gym as it’s a stress buster after a hard day. How do you relax? Holidays abroad. What makes you sad? Seeing people in distress. What is your favourite smell? Issey Miyake. Which person in history would you most like to meet? My granddad Ted. What words or phrases do you most overuse? “If you’ll pardon the pun” What would your motto be? Living the dream! What is the most important lesson life has taught you? Don’t take things for granted. What is the first line of your favourite poem? There was a young man from Cosham! What is your most memorable learning experience? Never assume. What keeps you awake at night? Ambulance control. Which living person do you most admire? Edith Ward – this lady is the strongest person I have ever met. The past couple of years she has been fighting ill health and against all odds keeps on going. She’s amazing, and I love you nan! What is your greatest extravagance? Chocolate. What is your greatest fear? Spiders. What is the best advice you have ever been given? Never lie. What or who is the greatest love in your life? My mum.

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Antique & second hand jewellery, gold, silver, furniture, paintings, china, glass, clocks, watches, bronzes & decorative items. Single pieces or whole contents purchased. Repairs & restoration of jewellery, watches, clocks & furniture. Valuations undertaken for insurance, probate & family division.


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European Travelplan Ltd is a specialist tour operator and coach company who pick-up in Seaford offering the best in luxury coach travel. Our 32-seat executive diner coach offers the highest standard of coach travel with excellent on-board facilities and hostess service. Lyndhurst in the New Forest became the natural ‘capital’ of the forest when it was first created by William the Conqueror in 1079. It is now an interesting town with plenty to do including visiting the museum or enjoying the many shops, cafes and pubs on offer. Our hotel, The Forest Lodge Hotel has 2 AA rosettes for the standard of its cuisine. It also has an indoor swimming pool and sauna and is located only a short walk from Lyndhurst.

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QualitySolicitors Barwells For friendly and professional advice come to QualitySolicitors Barwells where we can help you with: - Wills, Trust and probates - Sales and purchase of property - Matrimonial and divorce - Finanicial affairs - Accident claims

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Heritage Open Days at Seaford Museum As usual, Seaford Museum was the only place in Seaford to take part in the national ‘Heritage Open Days’ programme. On the weekend of 10th and 11th September, the museum had free entry and the visitors flocked in on both days. This is always amazing as normal entry prices are very low. On the Sunday, volunteers from the 1st Foot Guards (1815) re-enactment group provided spectacular displays of marching along the seafront, musket drill in the moat and a gory amputation of a leg of a wounded soldier, with graphic descriptions of the procedure...too graphic for some! The musket drill also attracted a lot of attention and despite the noise, many adults and children enjoyed it.

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PROBUS CLUB OF SEAFORD Probus was formed by a small group of gentlemen in the early months of 1969. These men thought it would be a good idea to meet up once a week at a local hostel and have a little drink or two followed by luncheon and followed with an invited speaker on various subjects of interest. Seaford Probus Club was formed in late 1969 and has existed successfully ever since. Probus is very informal, although the members do wear a jacket and tie at the meetings, and members would have held a responsible job in their working life.

Come and join us as a visitor on one of our meeting days. If you are interested contact our president Tom Riley on 01323 894858 or past president John Ilett on 01323 894073. We will be pleased to welcome you. Incidentally there are over 300 Probus Clubs in the British Isles and some in Australia, Canada and France. Probus also has no executive headquarter control over clubs.

Our club meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Seven Sisters Hotel on Alfriston Road, Seaford at 12 noon for a 1pm luncheon (three-course meal and coffee). The meeting ends with a speaker who gives a talk for no longer than 30 minutes. In addition we have a social side such as the ladies’ luncheon in May and a ladies’ dinner in December, both held at the Hydro Hotel in Eastbourne. Also over the past years we have had arranged trips at home and abroad to places such as Paris, Ypres, Bruges, Luxembourg, the Isle of Wight and many other place of interest. Wives and partners do join us on these outings.

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who, what, where & when in OCTOBER

6th 1794 The Signal House on Seaford Head is built. 8th 1798 Seaford celebrates Lord Nelson’s victory (Battle of the Nile) with a ball. 11th 1697 Charles Halleywell BA becomes vicar of St Leonard’s. 13th 1919 Seaford Council hires a coal wharf at Seaford Station. 15th 1987 The Great Storm hits Seaford. 19th 1901 James Poole of Seaford is fined £10 at Grantham for speeding (39mph!!). 20th 1853 John Fitzgerald calls for a harbour to be built at Seaford. 22nd 1890 Church Street school closes due to measles. 26th 1971 The Old House in the High Street is listed by English Heritage. 27th 1949 Council agrees to install electricity in East Street and Mercread Road. 29th 1940 Seaford is machine-gunned by a Messerschmitt Me109. 30th 1953 A proposal to build a bridge over the mouth of the Cuckmere River is turned down by the council. Compiled by Kevin Gordon



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Halloween Fun at Newhaven Fort

SEAFORD MUSEUM and HERITAGE SOCIETY presents two events in October


wednesday 19th october at 7:30pm - in the tower

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A talk by Adam Trimingham about the names on Brighton & Hove Buses Entry £2.00 - Members £1.00


saturday 29th october from 10:00 to 12:00 noon – in the tower

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Newhaven Fort will be opening its doors this October half term, from Saturday 22nd to Monday 31st October, to brave souls wishing to take part in all manner of ghastly and gruesome activities and events. There are questions to answer, riddles to solve and prizes to be won in the family quiz trail, running daily. Tread cautiously on your quest and watch out for gruesome characters who will be roaming the vaulted chambers and spine-chilling depths of the Fort tunnels. Spooky storytelling will take place on 24th October at 1pm, 2pm and 3pm * and the ever-popular Zoolab return on the 26th and 28th October with the Slithery

(Not Christmas Day)

Group visits are available at other times by appointment Archives are open on the first Sunday afternoon of each month Tel: 01323-898222 Our postal address is: P.O.Box 2132 - Seaford - East Sussex - BN25 9BH (The SatNav address code is BN25 1JH)

‘Outstanding Nursery’ (Ofsted) Now in it’s 7th successful year

We are currently taking bookings for January 2012 St John’s Hall, Wilmington Road, Seaford BN25 2EH Tel: 01323 491821

and Slimy show, where visitors will have the chance to meet snakes, scorpions, tarantulas, giant millipedes, toads and even cockroaches! Show times are 1.30pm and 2.30pm. * Get creative by making spooky and scary treats in our Halloween workshops, taking place on 27th October at 12pm, 1.30pm and 3pm* and there will be free Halloween face-painting during the afternoon of the 29th October. There are more prizes to be won on 29th and 30th with a Halloween family fancy-dress competition and the fun continues with a Halloween themed family disco, in the Romney Hut, from 12.00 – 3pm. The spooky Searchlight Café will be open throughout the week, where you will find a range of wholesome snacks, homemade soups and even Halloween cake, slimy jelly and witches’ brew…if you dare! For more information visit * Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance by calling 01273 517622.


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East Sussex Disability Association Over the last few weeks ESDA has been very lucky with it’s outings and the weather. A few weeks ago, Ovingdean WI made us extremely welcome, inviting us to their village hall. We had a very pleasant ride, viewing the sites of Brighton sites along with the masses of tourists that were visiting Brighton. We then took a pretty route to Ovingdean, where we were greeted with warm hospitality and masses of delicious food. There were lots of sandwiches, beautiful cakes, meringues with cream, which were all delicious, also plenty of tea and coffee, and nothing was too much trouble. A raffle was also held to support the ESDA. On September 2nd another trip was orgainised which was to the Womens Royal Voluntary Service (WRVS) in Eastbourne. Once again we all tucked into a good varied selection of lunches and desserts. Unfortunately, owing to the heavy mist that day, Beachy Head and the Belle Tout lighthouse were rather a blur. Nevertheless, the company was good and on both occasions we all felt relaxed and enjoyed the trips. Next ESDA meeting is on Wednesday 26th October, We have a varied selection of subjects to discuss, quizzes, etc. Transport is available and we all have a good time. Raffle prizes are always welcome. For further details please ring Mrs Jane Wynniatt (Chair) on 01323 896953. A big thank you to Diella’s for the excellent food, service and hospitality at the social lunch on the 26th August, Everyone had a wonderful relaxing time. There will hopefully be another social lunch in February 2012 to cheer everyone up after the Christmas festivities, and to enjoy the beginning of spring. Rita Evans

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BENEFITS OF BECOMING A ‘LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP’ I am often asked by clients what the advantages are to becoming a ‘Limited Liability Partnership’ rather than remaining in a normal partnership. As a straightforward partnership, of say two partners, each partner is liable in full for all the debts and liabilities of the partnership. If things go badly wrong and one partner just disappears, the remaining partner is left to carry the can in full for all the liabilities of the partnership. Although the remaining partner is generally entitled to a contribution from the other partner, this is not much help if the other partner has disappeared. A Limited Liability Partnership (“LLP”) is like a company and is a separate legal entity. With a few exceptions, in an LLP, the individual partners are not personally liable for the debts and liabilities of the business. Instead, it is the LLP

which is responsible and if the LLP is not able to satisfy its debts and liabilities from its own assets, it can be put into insolvency. The big advantage is that, generally, each partner’s own personal assets, such as their house, are not at risk as they do not form part of the assets of the LLP. Whilst there are some relatively minimal additional costs associated with being an LLP, from a tax point of view, each partner is taxed on pretty well the same basis as is the current position. However by becoming an LLP, individual partners may be able to sleep a little better at night.

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Gardening News


In every association you need people who are willing to devote some of their time to help keep the cogs oiled and running. My role for the Seaford & District Horticultural Society is that of Sponsorship and Advertising Organiser. Over the past few months I have been talking to local people who may be interested in promoting their company profile to Seaford residents. I feel that for a community to be strong, local people need to support their local traders and organisations. At the Society we have many types of sponsorship and advertising packages to suit all wallets or purses. Our Society holds two ‘shows’ each year that produce some fantastic entries. Our main Horticultural Show is one of the largest in the county. We publish an Annual Programme, which is issued to all Society members. I can hear you say, “what’s the good of me advertising to gardeners?” Well, gardeners are people who buy the same things as all of us! So if you would like to consider advertising your company or business in our 2012 Programme and Show Schedule please feel free to contact me. If you work for a local company then take this in for your boss to have a look at. Alternatively, why not give a gift of sponsorship for that person who is difficult to buy for. Their name will be printed in the Annual Programme and acknowledged at our shows. 2012 is a special year embracing both the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympic Games. The Society will be having themed competitions within our two shows.

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GARDENING QUIZ 1 Pyrus is the botanical name for pears but what is Malus the botanical name for? 2 Lacewings are good for the garden because they eat greenfly. True or False? 3 Liriodendron Tulipifera is a lovely name for a summer flowering tree. What is its common name? 4 What usually flowers first in the garden: Colchicum, Crocus, Allium or Dahlia ? 5 In which county are the RHS gardens of Rosemoor? 6 Muscari produce masses of blooms in spring. They are also called Grape Hyacinths. What colour Answers page 87 are they? If you would like to learn more about sponsorship or our advertising packages, please phone me on 01323 891954 or email: by Gary Carter

Society History Part 9. The ’80s The 1980s continued with the usual popular coach outings to places including the RHS garden at Wisley. And at one of the monthly social evenings members were entertained by the Seaford Operatic Society. An experiment was undertaken in 1982 when it was decided to hold two main shows during the year. The Summer Show was held at the Downs on 25th August and the Autumn Show was held in the United Reform Church Hall in October. Both shows attracted many more visitors than previously experienced. This did not last as by 1983 the Summer Show was so disappointing it was decided not to hold another one the following year. Mr Brian Budd was elected as the new Chairman and Mr H. Dollin as Membership Secretary. The 1983 Autumn Show was also abandoned due to extremely poor weather when most flowers and vegetables crops were ruined. In 1985 the society’s premier award of the Banksian Medal was reintroduced and presented to Mr Lawrence Fears for his achievements during the year. In 1988 Miss Connie Brewer was elected as President. Connie had been enlisted by her parents as a Society member during the 1914-18 war and became a Committee member in 1944. Connie sadly died the following year in 1989 having served the Society for 45 years. In December 1989 the Allotment Section became a separate organisation but its “special relationship” has continued to this day. To be continued... Mike Parker. MEMBERS’ NOTICE The next Social Evening is on Thursday 27th October at 7pm. Our Guest speaker is Mr Martyn Hird, who will talk about “The High Beeches Garden in Sussex.”

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Seaford Gardening Club Well, autumn is now upon us with the cooler days and the evenings beginning to draw in. We shall be putting the clocks back soon so it will mean battening down the hatches ready for the winter. Let’s all hope it’s not such a severe one as last year. There are still some jobs to be done in the garden, in preparation for the colder months ahead, like the final weeding of flower beds, cutting back the roses and other shrubs and sorting out and cleaning the greenhouse. There was no meeting in August so no talk to report on this time. Our new 2011/12 season started last month with a full new programme of interesting talks to entice you to come along to our meetings, held on the last Wednesday of the month. Looking at the subjects to be covered, I am pleased to say that our next talk by Miss Glenda Law is entitled “Wildlife of Northumberland at 7pm on 26th October. I have recently visited this area for a holiday and loved the bleakness and sheer beauty of the Pennine area of the Durham Dales and beyond. Hills are covered in purple heather and gorse together with hundreds of sheep, rabbits and various birds. A delightful place to visit. The next meeting will be held at the Clinton Centre, Clinton Place Seaford (please use the rear entrance).The evening will begin with a short AGM followed by the talk with Miss Glenda Law. Please come and join us for an entertaining evening in friendly company. You can either come as a visitor for a fee of £2 or you can join for the coming year for a subscription of £10.


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This garage in Steyne Road is still in operation as Marden Motors. Mr French started a motor garage in Newhaven in 1896 but shortly afterwards moved to Church Street and established this garage nearby. Petrol for motor cars was first sold from here in 1904 and two years later the business had expanded to become the Seaford Motor Engineering Works. The garage not only offered motor repairs but was also able to make spare parts for cars and even offered driving lessons. This view dates from about 1908. Kevin Gordon, Seaford Museum

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WHAT’S ON In & around Seaford OCTOBER Fri 30th Sept - Thurs 6th Oct Hailsham Art Group Exhibition Crypt Gallery, Church St, Seaford 10.30am - 4.30pm daily. Visit or tel 01323 894879 for more details on bookings.

Thursday 6th WEA The Book Circle: Twentieth Century Literature Seaford Baptist Church 1.30 - 3.30pm. Tutor Kerrith Bell. Course fee £70. Tel: 01273 570146 or 01323 890201

Saturday 1st Seaford Twinning Association Skittles & Lunch Royal Oak, Barcombe 11am. Social event with raffle. Book places with Garry on 01424 201610.

Seaford Bonfire Society White Lion Hotel, Claremont Road 7pm. Membership and open committee meeting.

Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 8pm. Keith Haymen Tel: 01323 890087 The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford 8.45pm. Sticks n Stones. Tel: 01323 890154 Saturday 1st - Thursday 6th The Janet Redden Art Group The Crypt Gallery, Church Road 10.30am - 4.30pm. An exhibition of work in various media. Tel: 01323 894870 for bookings or visit Sunday 2nd Oakleafe Nordic Walking Firle Afternoon walk NW from Firle lower car park (close to the Ram Inn). For more details tel: 07930 738034/ 01323 871554 or email: Tuesday 4th Seaford Natural History Society Windover Hill 10am. Meet at Windover Hill car park. Ref: TQ531032 Tel: 01323 491964 Seaford Probus Club Seaford Golf Club, Blatchington Monthly meeting and lunch for members and guests. Tel: 01323 896373 Wednesday 5th Silver Song Club - Sing For Your Life Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Road, Seaford 2 - 3.30pm. Free social singing for all older people & carers. Refreshments inc. Tel: Barbara Cronk on 01323 897401. The Wednesday Group Cross Way, Steyne Road 7.30pm. Meeting with Rev Elaine Dunn’. Tel: 01323 891003


Seahaven FM Fund-Raising Quiz Night with NPS LIONS Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 7.30pm. Tickets £16 per team from Seahaven FM tel: 01323 891424. Friday 7th Seaford Hard of Hearing Club St James’ Clubhouse, 11 Blatchington Rd, Seaford 2pm. ‘The Magic of Pantomime’, by Ian Gledhill. Tel: 01323 89862 WEA Fiction Writing Hillcrest Community Centre, Newhaven 10am - 12.30pm. Tutor Umi Sinha. 20 meetings. Course fee £200. Tel: 01273 570146 or 01323 890201 Seaford Folk Club The Royal British Legion, Claremont Road 8pm. Jim Bainbridge plays the music he loves with gentle enthusiasm, drawing the listeners in. Saturday 8th St James’ Trust Open Day 11 Blatchington Road, Seaford 10am - 3pm. Visit the club and see what they do. Entertainment from music clubs and other activities. Refreshments inc tea or coffee and cake, cheese and ham ploughman’s lunch. Lunchtime Concert St Leonard’s Church, Church St 1pm. Galliard Trio: flute, oboe and bassoon. A one-hour-long concert, free with a retiring collection. Tel: 01323 894216 Seaford Martello Rotary Club Proms Night 2011 Seaford Head Community College, Arundel Road 7.30pm. Featuring Seaford Silver band, Moira House Junior Choir & guest singers. Tickets £9 in advance from SMRC 07775 604912.

Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 8pm. Shannon Tel: 01323 890087 The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford 8.45pm. Bingo. Tel: 01323 890154 Sat 8th Oct - Thurs 20th ‘New Paintings’ by Philippa Cannan Hop Gallery, Lewes Animals possibly symbolise life’s deepest energies. Through her paintings, Philippa takes a glimpse of a horse and rider, deer, or a bird in flight, into an arena of reverie or daydream. Perhaps what Freud called ‘free-floatingattention’. Tues - Sat 10.30am to 5pm, Sun 12 to 5pm. Closed Mon.Tel: 01273 487744. www.

Seaford Folk Club The Royal British Legion, Claremont Road 8pm. Titus cover songs from diverse artists as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and The Bonzos to 16th-century ballard operas, traditional folk songs and sea shanties. Saturday 15th Seaford Bowling Club Autumn Bazaar Chichester Road 10am. Stalls inc. jams, pickles & cakes, knitted goods, craft & cards, books & puzzles, raffle and tombola, pot plants and more. Entry 50p includes coffee. Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 8pm. Trafalgar Quiz Tel: 01323 890087

The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford Tuesday 11th 8.45pm. Club disco. Probus Club of Seaford Tel: 01323 890154 Seven Sisters Hotel, Alfriston Rd 12 noon for 1pm lunch. Monthly Tuesday 18th meeting with 3-course meal and Seaford Natural History Society speaker. Tel: 01323 894858 or Markstakes Common - Fungi 01323 894073. 2pm. Meet at Green Lane, South Seaford Lecture & Literary Club Chailey. Ref: TQ392182 St Leonard’s Church Hall, Tel: 01323 491964 Church Street 7.30 - 8.30pm. Illustrated Seaford Lecture & Literary Club lecture on ‘Inland Waterways’ St Leonard’s Church Hall, by Graham Albon. Tel: 01323 Church Street 899932 or 893270 7.30 - 8.30pm. Illustrated lecture Wednesday 12th on ‘Sussex Literature’ by Peter Seaford Women’s Institute Brandon. Tel: 01323 899932 or Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road 893270 2pm. Monthly meeting Wednesday 19th Seaford District Stamp Club Seaford Women’s Institute Cross Way Church Hall, Diella’s Cafe Steyne Rd 10am. Coffee club 7.15pm. Club visit from Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road Littlehampton: visiting members’ 2pm. Scrabble group. displays. Tel: 01273 516897 Seaford Natural Trust Assoc. Crossway, Steyne Road Friday 14th 2.30pm. talk on ‘Superstitions & FREE Electric Blanket Testing Curious Beliefs of Old Sussex’, Seaford Town Council Offices, by Mr J Johnson. For more details 37 Church Street tel Doreen on 01323 896399 10am - 3pm. Bring your electric Seaford Museum & Heritage blanket for a free professional Society Talk safety check - money-off Martello Tower, The Esplanade vouchers for new blankets will 7.30pm. A talk by Adam be given out for all blankets that Trimingham about the names fail. For further advice tel 01273 on Brighton & Hove buses. 484354. Entry £2, members £1. Tel: 01323 898222

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Thursday 20th WEA Understanding and Discussing Poetry Seaford Baptist Church 1.30 - 3.30pm. Tutor Kerrith Bell. Course fee £70. Tel: 01273 570146 or 01323 890201 Friday 21st Raystede Film Show St James Centre, Blatchington Road 2.30 - 4pm. free entry. Teas available. See behind the scenes at Raystede and hear from the people who work with the animals at the charity. Tel 01825 840747. Seaford Music Society Annecy New Hall, Sutton Ave 7pm. Reception follwed by 7.45pm performance by ‘Sterling Trio’, flute, clarinet and piano. Works by Bach, Saint-Seans and Bartok. £50 subscription for 5 concerts or £55 incl. two guest tickets. Individual tickets £12, students £5. Reception tickets £5. Tel 01323 491601 Seaford Folk Club The Royal British Legion, Claremont Road 8pm. Another circular evening of music, song and laughter. All welcome. www. Saturday 22nd Seaford Bonfire Society Procession & Firework Display Seaford Town 6.30pm Meet at White Lion Hotel, Claremont Rd, 7pm procession marches to war memorial, Broad St, High St ending at Martello Fields with firework display at 8.30pm. Paranormal Investigation of Newhaven Fort Fort Road, Newhaven 7.15pm - 2am. Join us if you dare! Fundraising for St John’s Ambulance, Sussex and includes hot soup supper. Places limited for over 18s only. To book visit www.compassparanormalevents. and go to ‘Sussex ghost hunts’. Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 8pm. Mia Browne Tel: 01323 890087 The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford 8.45pm. Alter Ego. Tel: 01323 890154

Saturday 22nd - Monday 31st Halloween Fun at Newhaven Fort Fort Rd, Newhaven Mon 24th 1, 2 and 3pm: Spooky story telling Wed 26th & Fri 28th 1.30 and 2.30pm: The Slithery & Slimy Show. Thurs 27th 12, 1.30 , 3pm: Halloween workshops and face painting. Sat 28th & Sun 29th 12 - 3pm: Fancy-dress competition and haloween disco. Spaces must be booked on 01273 517622 and visit Sat 22nd Oct - Thurs 3rd Nov ‘Intimate Abstraction’ Dagmar Erbets, June Frickleton, Tilney Hardiment, Fiona Robertson, Dawn Stacey Hop Gallery, Lewes An exhibition of five Sussex artists. Engaging and diverse modes of practice investigating the abstract; narrative and figurative. Mon - Sat 10.30am to 5pm, Sun 12 to 5pm. Closed Mon. Tel: 01273 487744 Sunday 23rd Oakleafe Sussex Rambling East Dean & Crowlink Area Meet 1.50am for 2pm start at the Tiger Pub, East Dean. For more details tel: 07930 738034/ 01323 871554 or email: Tuesday 25th Seaford Lecture & Literary Club St Leonard’s Church Hall, Church Street 7.30 - 8.30pm. Illustrated lecture on the ‘Tomb of Tutankhamun’ by Ken Brooks. Tel: 01323 899932 or 893270 Wednesday 26th Seaford Seniors’ Forum Body, Mind & Spirit Day Seaford Baptist Church, Belgrave Road 10am - 4pm. A variety of stands and demonstrations to include music, art, health and well-being to promote hobbie and activities for the over 50s in Seaford. Free refreshments inc light snack lunch. Disabled access. Seaford Natural Trust Assoc. Crossway, Steyne Road 2.30pm. Autumn lunch at Hydro Hotel, Eastbourne. For more details tel Doreen on 01323 896399

Seaford Gardening Club Clinton Centre, Clinton Place 7pm. Short AGM followed by a talk entitled ‘Wildlife of Northumberland’ by Miss Glenda Law. Visitors £2. Tel: 01323 491331. www.

Saturday 29th Seaford Museum Half Term Halloween Fun Martello Tower, The Esplanade 10am - 12 noon. Craft activities with a halloween theme for 4 to 8 year olds. Tel: 01323 898222

Thursday 27th Seaford & District Horticultural Society St Leonard’s Church Hall, Church Lane, Seaford 7pm. Social evening for members only - talk by Martin Hird on ‘The High Beeches Garden in Sussex’. Tel. 01323 898733. www.seaford-sussex.

Oakleafe Nordic Walking Crowlink Afternoon walk NW from Crowlink NT car park. For more details tel: 07930 738034/ 01323 871554 or email: walking@

Friday 28th Celebrate the End of the Prom Season Crossway Church, Steyne Road 2.15pm. An afternoon of singing, music and culture. Union Jacks or dress code in traditional colours appreciated. Donations to East Sussex Disability Association, Community Transport for Lewes Area, The Firiendly Hour Club, Royal Airforces Association and St James’ Trust. No invitation required, just come along and support. Refeshments available. Seaford Folk Club The Royal British Legion, Claremont Road 8pm. The Snapes are noted for well-crafted arrangements of traditional songs that recapture the atmosphere of the Lancashire music hall. Barbara sings while Peter’s guitar accompaniment enhances the character of both song and singer. The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford 8.45pm. Quiz night. Tel: 01323 890154

Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane, Seaford 8pm. One Flight Up Tel: 01323 890087 The Royal British Legion Club Claremont Road, Seaford 8.45pm. Michael Stephens. Tel: 01323 890154 Sunday 30th Pumpkin Day with Seaford Family Focus Group, The Exchange Project and Friends of the Crouch Crouch Gardens, East Street Afternoon to dusk. Biggest, ugliest, weirdest pumpkin competitions. Pumpkin carving, face painting, fancy dress, refreshments and twilight lantern parade. Tel: 01323 899349 or visit Tuesday 1st November Seahaven Lioness Club Fashion Show Seaford Golf Club, Firle Road With ‘M & Co’ and ‘Exquisite You’. Proceeds to The Princess Royal Trust for Young Carers. Compiled with assistance from Seaford Tourist Information Centre and Lewes District Council.

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2nd Monday of Month Seaford Netball Club Newlands Sports Hall, Eastbourne Road 7 - 9pm. New members welcome. Tel Clare for more details on 01323 894648 or 07724 956649 Mon, Tues & Thurs Pilates - Movement for Life Mon & Tues: 9.30am - Seaford small group. Tues: 7.30pm mixed ability, Alfriston War Memorial Hall. Thurs: 9.30am mixed ability, Chyngton School, Seaford Women’s Institute Milberg Road. 7.30pm - Seaford Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road small group. Tel 01323 873309 10am - 12pm. Art group Line Dancing Every other Monday: PlayMon: St Luke’s Church. 10am Reading Group. Beg. 11.15am Impr. Tues & Thurs: Seaford Stroke & Caring Club St Andrew’s Parish Church. 6pm St James’ Centre, Blatchington Rd Beg. Tel: 01273 470456 2 - 4pm. Slides, music, quizzes, bingo, tea and homemade cakes. Mon, Weds & Thurs Body Vibes Some transport available. Tel Joyce Woodgate: 01323 894547 Windover Fitness, Milton Street nr Alfriston Mitchell House Monday Tea Monday: 10am, Wednesday: Club Lexden Drive 3 - 4.30pm. Tea, chat and a game 7pm and 8pm, Thursday: or two. 50p and extra charge to 5.30pm and 7.30pm. Tel: 01323 871554/07930 738034. play games (for prize funding). Mon & Thurs Tel Alison: 01323 891804 Air Cadets St John Ambulance Cadets Headquarters, Little Place Lane 1218 Sqn. Air Training Corps Transit Road, Newhaven 6 - 7pm. (10 to 17 yrs) 7 - 9.30pm. Aged 13 to 17 and Contact tel: 07817 604279 interested in aviation? Come Tone, Shape ‘n Stretch Exercise along any eve. Tel: 01273 513218 Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road Line Dancing with Studio In Line 6 - 7pm. Beginners welcome. Mon: 6.45 - 10pm. Seaford Free first class. Constitutional Club. All levels Tel: Claire 07711 890956 welcome. £4.70. Thurs: 10am Boxercise Beginners 12pm. Downs Leisure Centre. Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road All levels. £4.50. 6.45 - 7.45pm. 7 - 8pm. Beginners welcome. Cradle Hill School. Beginners Free first class. 7.45 - 9.30pm. All levels. Tel: Claire 07711 890956 £4.70. Tel: 01323 873558 Seaford Choral Society Tuesdays Cradle Hill School Ballet & Limbapop 7.15 - 9.15pm. Nikki Bond School of Dance, Weekly rehearsals Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road. Tel: 01323 492791 All ages. Free trial class. Tel: 01323 492795/07703 485348 Seaford & District Folk Dance Parent and Toddlers Group Group Sutton Hall, Downs St Peter’s Church Chapel Rms Leisure Centre 9 - 11am. Open to all 7.45pm. New members Seaford Women’s Institute welcome. Tel: 01273 516668 Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road or 01273 585551 9.30 - 10.30am Tai Chi Gospelish Choir 2 - 4pm Craft/Social Group The Archway, Blatchington Rd Coffee Morning 12.30 - 2pm and 8 - 9.30pm. £5 per session. Tel 01323 897590 The Clinton Centre, near Tesco 10am - 12pm. Coffee, tea and biscuit, 70p. Raising funds for the Seaford Constitutional Club proposed building work at the Crouch Lane centre. Tel: 01323 873262 Cribbage & Line Dancing. Tel: 01323 890087 Every Day Mon - Sun Denton Indoor Bowls Club Denton Island, Newhaven 9am - 9pm. New members welcome. Tel Kate: 01273 305211 or Frank: 01323 873015 Mondays Weght Watchers 60 Plus Club, Downs Leisure Centre 9.45am. Join us and relax with a cup of coffee or tea. Leader Sally 01273 605749. www.


Lipreading Classes St James’ Clubhouse Mornings. Tel 01323 898628 email: Seaford Kurlers Downs Leisure Centre 2 - 4pm. All welcome. Tel: Mrs June Wood on 01323 895376 Seaford Collective Choir Seaford Head Community College 3.30 - 4.30pm. 12 to 17yrs. Aerobics For Beginners Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road. 6.30 - 7.30pm. Relaxed friendly and fun aerobic, conditioning and body toning class. Starts Sept 13th. Tel: 07973 441074, St John Ambulance Badgers & Adults Headquarters, Little Place Lane Badgers (6 to 10 yrs) 5.45 7.15pm, Adults (17+ yrs) 7.30 - 9.30pm. Tel: 07817 604279 Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane Whist. Tel: 01323 890087 1st Tuesday of month Civil Service Pensioners Alliance Blatchington House, Firle Road 10am. Seaford CSPA meeting. Friendly chat inc. group business and info on pensions/benefits/ socials & days out. Refreshments. Seahaven (Afternoon) Trefoil Guild Afternoon Meeting St Leonard’s Church Hall 2.30 - 4.30pm. Tel: 01323 897959 Royal Naval Association, Seaford Royal British Legion Club 8pm. All serving and ex-service members and friends welcome. Seaford Head Probus Club Seaford Golf Club, Blatchington Monthly lunch for members and guests. Tel: 01323 896373 2nd Tuesday of month Seaford Self Advocacy Group Cross Way Steyne Road 5.15 - 6.45pm. Group for adults with a learning disability. Tel. Carol McAuley on 07717 766950 Seahaven Lioness Club The Old Plough, Church St, Seaford, Function Room 7.30pm. Monthly meeting. Tel: 0845 833 2796 www.npslions. Seaford Wine Club 60 Plus Club Downs Leisure Centre 8pm. Wine tasting, talks and social evenings. New members welcome. Tel Sue Roebuck: 01323 491931

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4th Tuesday of month Seahaven Branch of Royal Airforces Association Over 60s Club, Downs LeisureCentre 7.30pm. All ex-members and friends of RAF welcome to join. Tel: 01323 894763 or come along. Seaford Book Group 7.30pm. We welcome new members. For more information contact seafordbooklovers@ Seaford Sweethearts WI Claremont Hall, Claremont Rd 8pm. Monthly meeting. Events include circus skills workshop, BBQ, self defence, sugar craft and Christmas wreath making and cocktail night. New members welcome. Tuesdays - twice monthly Friendly Hour Cross Way Church, Steyne Rd 2.30 - 3.30pm. Talks on a variety of subjects. Transport can be arranged. Tel: Iris Ward on 01323 890977 Tues, Weds & Thurs Slimming World Seaford Constitutional Club Tuesdays: 5.30pm & 7.30pm with Brenda. Wednesdays: 9.30am with Charlie. Clinton Centre, Cross Way, Clinton Place Thursdays: 7.30pm with Brenda. Tel Brenda on 01323 325648 or Charlie on 01323 492904 Tuesdays & Thursdays Seaford Rugby Football Club Salts Recreation Ground 7 - 9pm. Recruiting new players for two teams in the Sussex leagues. Come along or contact Paul Burns, club captain on 07732 202208 Seaford Musical Theatre The Barn Theatre 7.30pm. Rehearsals Tues & Thurs evenings - new members welcome. Tel: 01273 581912 Tuesdays & Fridays Zumba The Archway Arts Centre Blatchington Road Tues: 10 - 11am. Fri: 6.30 7.30pm. Tel 07786 425758 12-Week Community Weight Loss Challenge The Wellness Centre, 18 Church Street, Seaford 9.30am and 6.30pm. Open daily for free wellness evaluations by appointment. Tel: 01323 325060 or 07969 041865

Seaford Bridge Club Downs Leisure Centre Tuesdays:1.30 - 5pm. Duplicate bridge in a friendly atmosphere for intermediates and above. Fridays: 6.30 - 10pm. Duplicate bridge for intermediate and above players. Tel: 01323 893022 Tues/Weds/Thurs/Fri PilatesmThe Archway Arts Centre, Blatchington Road Tues & Thurs evenings Weds, Thurs & Fri mornings Tel Tricia 07941 922129 Wednesdays Seaford Handbell Ringers St James’ Trust, Blatchington Rd 10am - 12.30pm or 2 - 4pm. New members welcome. Tel Joe on 01323 893878

Seaford Musical Theatre Juniors The Barn Theatre 6 - 8pm. Rehearsals for 8 to 17 year olds. First show is seventies themed and will take place from 19th - 22nd October. To book a place for rehearsals tel: 07710 426321 or email: smtjuniors@ Southdown Bridge Club Over 60s Club, Downs Leisure Centre 6.30 - 9.45pm. Friendly duplicate bridge for any age. Tel: 01323 892171/892338 Seaford’s Playford Dance Group St Peter’s Church Hall 7 - 9pm. Dancing from past eras. Tel Caroline: 01323 492310 Arriba! Weight Loss Challenge WellnessWorks, 1st Floor, 38 Church Street 7.30 - 8.30pm. Join the fun! Exchange Community Garden Shape up for good health! For Crouch Gardens next to the men and women of all ages, Peace Garden shapes and sizes. Tel 01323 9.30am - 1pm. All are welcome 897671 to visit, volunteer or just enjoy the garden. 2nd Weds of the month Seaford ME/CFS Meetings Coffee Morning & Bring and The Pavilion Cafe, Dane Road Buy St Luke’s Church Hall, 11am. A local ME/CFS group. Walmer Rd Tel: 01323 896741 10am - 12 noon Tel: Chris on 01323 892969 3rd Weds of the month East Dean Farmers’ Market Seaford Constitutional Club East Dean Village Hall 10am - 12.30pm. 01323 423481 Crouch Lane Klondyke Whist. Tel: 01323 Contemporary Choir 890087 The Archway, Blatchington Rd 12.30pm. and 8pm. £5 per 1.5hr Thursdays Newhaven Country Market session. Tel 01323 897590 Hillcrest Centre, Newhaven 9.45am - 1pm. Homemade The Rotary Club of Seaford produce, free-range eggs, fresh Seaford Golf Club, Firle Rd 12.45 for 1pm. Weekly meeting. fish, plants, crafts, café and more. Coffee Pot Chyngton Methodist Come and Play Church Hall Kingswell, 115 -117 Vale Road Home of the Community Church 10 - 11.30am. Assorted items 1.30 - 2.30pm. Free play sessions on sale. Disabled access. Friendly atmosphere. Tel: 01323 897799 for parents with pre-school Wave Leisure Health Walks children, school term-time only. From Downs Leisure Centre Stay on for a drink. Contact 10.30am. Every Thursday 01323 492833 or visit: www. Tel: 01323 490011 pages/come_and_play.htm Yoga Classes for the Less Able St Peter’s Church, Belgrave Rd The Wednesday Fellowship Crossway, The Clinton Centre, 11am - 12pm. Organised by the Seaford Group of the Clinton Place, Seaford Eastbourne & South Wealden 2.30 - 3.30pm. Variety of Multiple Sclerosis Society. Led by speakers and subjects, musical afternoons, talks of local interest. a trained yoga teacher, exercises All welcome. Tel: 01323 898068 are designed for the floor and chair. £4 per lesson. For more Weight Watchers info tel. 01323 651364 Seaford Constitutional Club Whist Drive 5pm. Contact Karen on 07891 St Thomas More Roman 450587 or 01273 476565 Catholic Church Hall U3A Recorder Group 1.45pm. Admission £1.50 St James’ Clubhouse inc. tea and biscuits. Beginners and 2 - 4pm. Contact Maggie all welcome. Tel: 01323 490747 Jakeman on 01323 895552

Seaford Children’s Choir Archway, Blatchington Road 3.45. 5 to 8yrs and 9 to 12yrs. £4. Recruiting for summer performances and charitable work. Children’s Community Club Clinton Centre, Clinton Place 3.30 - 5pm. Fun, games and craft for children aged 7 to 11yrs in term time. £1.50 per week. Tel: 01323 897884/873011 Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane Tea dance with Peter Harvey. Ballroom & Latin classes with Studio Tempo. Tel: 01273 476565. 1st Thursday of month Seaford Evening Flower Club St Lukes Church, Walmer Rd 7 for 7.30pm demo. Affil. to NAFAS. New members welcome. Visitors £4.50 inc. refreshments. Tel: Marian 01273 515544 2nd Thurs of month Seaford Martello WI St Leonard’s Church Hall 7.30pm. Tel: 01323 896212 3rd Thursday of month Seaford Afternoon Flower Club St Lukes Church Hall,Walmer Rd 2.30pm. Talks, demos, outings, etc. Past and new members welcome. Visitors £4.50 inc. refreshments. Tel Wendy: 01323 895832 Seahaven (Evening) Trefoil Guild Evening Meeting Downs Centre Over 60s Club 7.30pm. Tel: 01323 893250 Fridays Ballet, Tap & Modern Jazz Dance Nikki Bond School of Dance, St Peter’s Chapel Rooms, Belgrave Road. All ages. Free trial class. Tel: 01323 492795/07703 485348 U3A ‘Hotch-Potch Orchestra’ St James’ Clubhouse 10am - 12 noon. Conductor Pat White. Tel: Phyllys Merrifield on 01323 893882 Body & Soul Circuit Classes Seaford Baptist Church 1.30pm: All age circuits, 2.45 - 4pm: Older adult stretch & tone. £5 pp. Classes on 2nd, 9th and 30th only. Tel: 01323 871554/07930 738034. Facial Fridays WellnessWorks, 1st Floor, 38 Church Street Test our vitamin-enriched skin care range, nourish your skin through diet and leave with a skin-care plan suited to your age and lifestyle. Call to book a free consultation on: 01323 897671

Line Dancing St James’ Clubhouse, Blatchington Road 6 - 6.30pm: Free half hour step tuition, 6.30 - 7.30pm: Beginners and improvers, 7.30 - 9pm: Improvers to intermediates. Tel Val on 01323 895760 Boxercise, Circuits & Padwork Claremont Hall, Brooklyn Road 7 - 8pm. Beginners welcome. Free first class. Tel: 07711 890956 Seaford Photographic Society Chyngton Methodist Church Hall September to June. 7.45pm. 2nd Friday of month Little Acorn Machine Knitting Club Baptist Church, Belgrave Rd 2 - 4pm. Tel: Shirley Bone on 01323 492034 or email: Alternate Fridays Seaford Art Club Downs Leisure Centre 2 - 4pm. New members welcome. Bring samples of your work. Not suitable for beginners. Oct 7th - June 22nd 2012. Tel: 01323 895223 1st and 3rd Saturdays Seahaven St John Ambulance Coffee Morning Headquarters, Little Place Lane 10am - 12 noon 4th Sat of the month Southdown Society of Recorder Players St James’ Clubhouse 2 - 5pm. Contact Susan Mildenhall 01273 302131 Sundays Seaford Rugby Football Club Junior Training Salts Recreation Ground 10.30am -12pm. Ages ranging from 6 to 16, a friendly but ambitious squad. Come along or tel 07818 438378 Royal Antidiluvian Order of Buffaloes. The Royal British Legion, Claremont Road 3pm. Weekly meetings Tel: 01323 325121 Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane Bingo. Tel: 01323 890087 Last Sunday of month SussexRoamAbility A club for disabled people who like to explore the countryside. Contact 01323 892647 email:, Seaford Constitutional Club Crouch Lane Shadows. Tel: 01323 890087



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Accommodation Hill House B & B 90 The White Lion Hotel 90 Accountants Tasker Boxall & Co 79 Arborist/Tree Surgeon Hollywood Tree Surgery Ltd 83 Treetech 82 Tree Wizard 83 Architectural Consultants Challinor Hall Associates 68 Darren Moore Architect Services 68 Plans 67 Art & Craft Supplies The Crafty Garden 76 Artists & Makers Lesley Harvey 73 Bathrooms Supplies Aqua Solutions 23 Claremont Interiors 21 STC 18/19 Beauty & Tanning Absolute Beauty 17 Phoenix Hair & Beauty 5 Bedrooms Aqua Solutions 23 STC 18/19 Blinds Blind Design 7 G F Sinclair Ltd 27 Mockford’s Blinds 14 Seahaven Blinds 27 Building Services Creggan Construction 70 David Tickner Pointing Specialists 66 Headway Roofing 67 Inside Out 66 Nick Allen 70 Cakes & Cake Decorating Pam-A-Cake 56 Car Dealers Jermyn & Sons 2 Care Homes & Sheltered Housing Abbeyfield House 44 Blatchington Court 44 Clifden House 41 Nova House 45 Rivendale Lodge 45 Seaford Head Care Home 42 Carpentry/Joinery Inside Out 66 GB Joinery & Fabrications Ltd. 91 Mike Barnes Carpentry & Joinery 3 Carpet Supplies & Fitting Carpets at West One 29 Catering & Food Suppliers Chris’s Catering 56 Childcare Blue Door Nursery 72 Children’s Activities Nikki Bond School of Dance 54 Seaford Museum 72 The Archway 10 Tumble Tots 72 Cleaning Services Aegis Carpet/Upholsery Cleaning 43 All Home Cleaning Services 43 Arkwell Services 26 Dolly Char Domestic Cleaning 43 Clock Restoration Robert Edwards Clock Restoration 60 Clubs & Organizations Seaford & District Con. Club 90 The Archway 10 The Royal British Legion Club 92


Coach Hire & Services European Travelplan 62 Seaford & District Motor Services 62 Computer Support & Service Appleaide 74 Ocean PCs 74 SBG Computers 74 Cooker Repairs Access Repairs 66 Courses/Training Computer Tuition - Evie Moore 75 Cosmofil House of Languages 73 Design For Print The Hub 6 Discos Playing With Fire Mobile Disco 5 Dishwasher Repairs Access Repairs 66 Dressmaking/Alterations Carol Daykin 60 Replacement Cushions 27 Driving Instructors Buckle-Up School of Motoring 73 C K Drive 73 Drive The ‘Safe-Way’ 73 Electricians & Suppliers Allcott-Wells Electrical Ltd 29 Ashley Electrical South East Ltd. 31 DJB Service Ltd 64 J K Pope & Sons Ltd 30 Smythe & Barrie 32 Estate/Letting Agents Rowland Gorringe 96 Events Support Services AB Events Solutions 57 Family Tree Research Stuart Cameron-Waller 11 Fashion/Hats/Accessories Minnie Boutique 58 Seahaven Lioness Fashion Show 59 Tricorn Hats 59 Fireplaces/Fires/Stoves Sussex Fireplace Gallery 13 Gardening & Landscaping Avimore Landscapes 82 Horizon Landscapes 81 Inside Out 66 K P Landscapes 85 Suttons Groundcare 84 Gas & Heating Services Amethyst Plumbing & Heating 64 Atkins Gas Services 95 DEgan Gas Services 65 Dave Butler DJB Service Ltd 64 Domestic Plumbing & Heating 65 Michael Upton 65 The Plumber - Seaford 69 Gifts & Gift Shops Family Tree Research 11 Tricorn Hats 59 Glazing/Windows Just Like New 39 Haberdashery The Crafty Garden 76 Hairdressers Autonomy 17 Hair Works Studio 9 Ocean Cuts 17 Phoenix Hair & Beauty 5 Short Cuts Barber Shop 16 Strandz Hair Design 15 Handyman Services Dial-a-Hubby 38 Inside Out 66 JDC’s Handyman & Decorating 37 More Than Handy... 38

Health Services Chiropodist - B Lincoln Lawson 47 Chiropody/Podiatry Mrs L Morgan 47 Hypnotherapist Magda Harbour 11 Hypnotherapy - Haven Therapies 47 Rainbow Bath Bag 46 Sussex Eyecare 46 The Foot Specialists 47 The Wellness Centre 48 WellnessWorks 51 Ink Cartridge Supplies Badger Inks Ltd 76 Ironing Service All Home Cleaning Services 43 Dolly Char Domestic Cleaning 43 Jewellers Marks 61 Z Jewellery 58 Job Vacancies Blatchington Court 44 Seaford Head Care Home 42 Kitchens Aqua Solutions 23 Claremont Interiors 21 Haven Interiors 22 STC 18/19 Locksmiths Andy Anderson 3 Manicures & Pedicures Absolute Beauty 17 Autonomy 17 Phoenix Hair & Beauty 5 Massage Absolute Beauty 17 Autonomy 17 Mobility Supplies Clearwell Mobility 36 Orange Badge 40 Museums/Galleries Seaford Museum 72 Office Support Seaford Office Services 75 Opticians Sussex Eyecare 46 Painters/Decorating Arkwell Services 26 Brush Strokes Ltd. 26 JDC’s Handyman & Decorating 37 Mockford’s Blinds 14 Paint Perfect 27 Therin & Son 26 Paving/Pointing/Stone Work David Tickner Pointing Specialists 66 Horizon Landscapes 81 K P Landscapes 85 Pet Supplies & Services Headland Cattery 5 House of Wilbur 34 Joanies Dog Boarding/Cat Feed’g 34 Muddy Paws 34 Pet Au Pair 34 Pad 2 Pad Pet Transport & Dog Walking 35 Photographers/Supplies Buckland Photographic 63 Seahorse Photography 60 Plumbing Services Amethyst Plumbing & Heating 64 Atkins Gas Services 95 DEgan Gas Services 65 Dave Butler DJB Service Ltd 64 Domestic Plumbing & Heating 65 Michael Upton 65 The Plumber - Seaford 69 Printing Services BNC Signs 75 The Hub 6 Property/Mortgage Advice ACS 75

Radio Stations Seahaven FM 25 Recycling Green Waste Horizon Landscapes Ltd 82 Removals & Storage Britannia Beckwith 69 R Ranger Removal & Storage 71 Restaurants/Café/Public Houses†/Take-Aways* Ollivers Restaurant 91 Seaford & District Con. Club 90 The Bengal Palace* 91 The English Wine Centre 56 The Hampden Arms† 92 The Office Bar† 93 The Pavilion 93 The Royal British Legion Club 92 The White Lion Hotel† 90 Whistles Sandwich Bar 93 Roofing Services Headway Roofing 67 Rooms For Hire Seaford & District Con. Club 90 The Archway 10 The English Wine Centre 56 The Royal British Legion Club 92 Sign Makers BNC Signs 75 The Hub 6 Soft Furnishings/Upholsery Replacement Cushions 27 Solicitors Barwells 63 Mayo Wynne Baxter 78 Sport, Dance & Exercise Alfriston Pilates 48 Gingerfit 53 Line Dancing 54 Nikki Bond School of Dance 54 Pilates - Movement for Life 48 Pilates of Seaford 48 Seaford Golf Club 55 Seahaven Yoga 49 Tai Chi & Qi Gong 49 Windover Fitness/Body-Vibes 53 Yoga - Therese 49 Solar Panel Installation Havenbrow 33 Icarus Solar Power 33 Stationery Supplies The Office Shop 76 Taxi Services Airports - Seaports Taxis 24 Television Services R S Aerials 31 Seaford Television 30 Theatre Productions Seaford Little Theatre 16 Tiles & Tiling Services Cedar Ceramics 20 Inside Out 66 STC 18/19 Tour Operators European Travelplan 62 Washing Machine/ Tumble Drier Repairs Access Repairs 66 Waste Removal/Recycling Horizon Landscapes Ltd 82 Waste Transfer UK Ltd 77 Website Designers Ocean PCs 74 Weight Loss Hypnotherapist Magda Harbour 11 Hypnotherapy - Haven Therapies 47 The Wellness Centre 48 WellnessWorks 51 Wine Shops/Supplies The English Wine Centre 56

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