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ello and welcome to the July edition of the Inside Shoreham and Southwick Magazine. Summer is here even with the odd showers. It is a great favourite time of the year for many! In this July edition, we have the latest from our local writers Judy Upton, Mark Oakley and Louis Jones. Additionally, many others to read from acupuncture in helping with pains, to photography from Steve Boyle. Included in this month’s issue we have upcoming activities in the areas as well as local charity events that are being done to raise money for great causes in the area. These are just some of the articles in this month’s magazine. We hope you enjoy this month’s edition and we look forward to hearing from you. Please send us your local events and charities, and any news that you feel would benefit the community in Shoreham and Southwick. Have a lovely July! Our next edition will be August. If you would like to be included in that edition please send copy by the 10th July. Warm wishes Angela Front Photo – Angela McEnery Copies of Inside Shoreham can be found at: Shoreham Library; Shoreham Community Centre; Southwick Community Centre.

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Shaping the Futre: Shoreham’s Festival of Words and Ideas 7th Sept –13th Oct 2019.......................................4 East Adur Lions News...............................................................4 Ropetackle Arts Centre............................................................6 Shoreham Fort hosts its 8th Annual Military History Weekend.......................................................8 Gardening – Long Summer Evenings.................................10 First Foot Clinic: Five Easy Ways to Keep Your Feet Healthy...................................................................11 Photography by Steve Boyle ARPS.....................................12 Acupuncture is Effective for Relieving Period Pain..........13 Mums Invited to Join Exciting New Partnership to Improve Maternity Services.............................................14 Pension Flexibility: Too Taxing for Many............................15 Team Sakala Wing Walk for West Sussex Charities...........18 Judy Upton: Amon Henry Wilds...........................................20 Knee Injuries in the Footballer.............................................24 Whats On Guide............................................................. 33 – 43

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Shaping the Future: Shoreham’s Festival of Words and Ideas 7 Sept – 13 Oct 2019

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horeham Wordfest are launching their ninth Literary Festival in July. This year they have chosen the theme of Shaping the Future. It will be an opportunity to look at how we can be actively involved in the challenges and opportunities ahead, along with many fun and entertaining events. There are a number of events for children and families including a beautiful dramatic production of Michael Morpurgo’s ‘I Believe in Unicorns’ at the Ropetackle Arts Centre, Molly and Munch the Dinosaur at Lancing Parish Hall and Fishersgate, and When Trees Could Talk at Woods Mills Wildlife Trust. Highlights of the main programme include John Humphrys, in one of his first public appearances after leaving Radio 4’s Today programme, our new Poet Laureate, Simon Armitage reading from his latest collection, and a spectacular event with TV science presenter Dallas Campbell celebrating 50 years since the first moon landing and looking at the future of space exploration. Lynne Truss, popular local author and radio broadcaster, is launching her latest Constable Twitten mystery, set in Brighton. Shoreham Beach resident, actress and playwright Janet Behan will be performing her one woman trilogy and Simon Brett will entertain with his one-man play Entries and Exits. Stanley Johnson will outline efforts to protect our countryside, and there is a whole weekend of debate and discussion on climate change opened by TV presenter and charismatic priest, Peter Owen-Jones, with a special event for young activists. Wordfest starts with Creative Writing workshops throughout

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September with performance opportunities for new writing at Open Mic events, and a story telling event on the Verda Houseboat. The Wordfest launch event, The Future Starts Here, is on 27 September at Sussex Yacht Club and there is a closing party on 13 October at Ropetackle Arts Centre. Brochures will be distributed widely throughout the area and tickets are available from the Wordfest stall at the Farmers’ and Artisan Markets. For full details and to book on-line for all our events please go to: www.shorehamwordfest.com Shoreham Wordfest is an entirely voluntary organisation and registered charity. Adur District Council have sponsored their work with schools, children and families. They are always looking for new ideas and for extra helpers so if you want to get involved please contact them through the website.

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he Lions have been very active over the past few weeks hosting the senior tea social in Southwick; organising a melanoma screening day and manning the stalls at this year’s donkey derby. The melanoma screening day was run in conjunction with Sussex Community Dermatology Services at the Shoreham Centre. There was a high demand and it proved to be a busy day and a successful new venture. Despite one consultant being unable to make it on the day, the two consultants who attended did a sterling job. They were able to see all the people with pre-booked appointments plus all the people who had “walk in” appointments on the day. A total of 146 individuals received a consultation and advice. This year’s Donkey Derby and Classic Car Rally were a huge success. Thankfully it was a warm, sunny day and there were plenty of stalls and activities to occupy visitors including a funfair, classic cars, donkey races, Morris dancers, beer tent, cake stall, tombolas and pick-a-duck. The donkey races were


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Ropetackle voted Best Sussex Theatre and Arts Venue

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or a small venue of only 200 seats, Ropetackle really does pack a punch when it comes to live shows. This year alone, the community-run venue has brought comedy giants Romesh Ranganthan, Alan Carr, Jack Dee, and Suzi Ruffell to appreciative audiences, as well as live music from the likes of Courtney Pine, Geno Washington, Stacey Kent, Hazel O’Connor, The Unravelling Wilburys, Wille and the Bandits and many more legends of rock, jazz, blues, soul, folk and world music. Ropetackle is also a champion of legends in the making, supporting new music acts and modern festival favourites, as well as the big names in broadcasting, politics and literature. In among all this, there are children’s shows every week, a thriving cinema and film club, and free music events in the foyer. Small wonder then, that the venue has been voted Best Sussex Theatre and Arts Venue 2019 by the readers of digital lifestyle magazine Muddy Stilettos. Hundreds of people voted the venue their favourite among four other hopefuls. On Wednesday 5th June, Marketing Manager Nicky Thornton and Administrator Ash Wood and other category winners attended a swish reception at Arabian Tents, House of Hud, Rye Farm in Henfield, West Sussex. After picking up their certificates, Pictured l-r: Nicky Thornton, Marketing Manager and Ash Wood, Administrator with winners were treated to a winetheir certificate. tasting session courtesy of Bolney and almost entirely run by volunteers and receives very little Bluebell Vineries, and a tour of the farm. external funding, yet it attracts some of the biggest and the Muddy Stilettos Editor, Debbie Ward said: “The level of best in live entertainment. We are always told how friendly, interest in the Awards has been fantastic with thousands welcoming and loved we are as a local venue, so it means a of readers voting across the site every day. Most finalists lot to be recognised throughout East and West Sussex. We received over a hundred votes each in the finals in their are grateful to everyone involved with Ropetackle, to the categories with some winners hitting several hundred. The ethos of Muddy Stilettos is all about celebrating and support- audiences, and of course the people who voted for us.” Coming up later in the year at Ropetackle are indie rocking unique, interesting and brilliant local businesses and will hopefully create a buzz for both the finalists and the winners.” ers Turin Brakes, Barbara Dickson and many other great acts. Find out more at www.ropetacklecentre.co.uk. “We’re over the moon to have won,” Nicky said. Contact: Nicky Thornton 01273 465432 “Ropetackle really is a little gem on the Sussex coast. It is

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horeham Fort came to life over the 1st and 2nd June with the 8th Annual Military History Weekend taking place. The annual event attracted hundreds of visitors to the Victorian Fort on the end of Shoreham Beach. Displays by Fort Cumberland Guard, the Queen’s (Royal West Surrey) Regiment Re-enactment Society, the Rifles Living History Society and American Civil War enthusiasts from the Southern Skirmish Association kept the crowds entertained in the arena. There were a range of static displays which included the Royal Sussex Living History Group, the Harvey Buffs and a range of Military Vehicles. The Sussex Army Cadet Force brought along 2 of their Kitkars, holding races between the 2 ACF companies demonstrating how quickly they can be put together. ‘A’ Company won the first five races, but ‘C’ company managed to pip them to win the last race on Sunday. Victorian rifle drill and the powder monkey game kept the children entertained in the arena in-between displays. The National Coastwatch Institution were in attendance with their own stall and showcased what they do as one of the 54 stations around the UK. On the Saturday, Daryl Holter from Sussex Police spoke about Heritage Crime and illicit metal detecting. He spoke about the heritage crime happening across the county, including at Shoreham Fort and how to report it either by phoning 101, or if

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Shoreham Fort hosts its 8th Annual Military History Weekend

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Long Summer Evenings

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fter some wet and very warm weather during June it looks like we are well into the Summer now. The warm weather combined with some good levels of rain has done wonders for the garden and averted any thoughts that we may get a repeat of last year where, despite the lovely hot weather, many gardens really suffered. We have also now passed the longest day so little by little the hours of light are slowly reducing There are several jobs you can do around the garden to get more out of the plants and make them last that bit longer.

Plants basically grow to produce more offspring, so as soon as flowers start to die off they go into the seed producing stage. Keep making them produce flowers by regularly removing any blooms that have started to look past their best. Many plants especially those in pots and baskets will benefit from a feed, either in tablet form, or as a liquid feed, which gets to work much quicker. These are available in a number of different forms and are simply mixed in with water in the watering can. The vegetable gardens should be thriving by now, with the first crops of summer starting to come to fruition. We have been picking strawberries for a few weeks, and even had our first premature new potatoes. With many vegetables there is actually a short spell when the produce is good for picking. If you miss it then that’s it for another year. A good example of this is peas. Leave it a few days too late to pick them and you will be disappointed. Pick them at the right time and the flavour is wonderful. The advice with deadheading flowers holds true with vegetables. Keep on picking them regularly and they will produce more. The advice for flowers with regards a boost from liquid fertilisers also holds true for vegetables. Most will benefit from a watering of a mixture of this, producing more and larger fruit. There is still plenty of time to sow many vegetables for later summer and autumn harvests, as well as looking forward to sowing seeds now that will bring in fresh vegetables during the late winter and early spring. As always salads are popular for summer dishes and regular sowings every few weeks will ensure that you have a bountiful supply throughout the summer. Even if you have only a couple of spare pots, you can grow enough in these, alternating when you plant in each one to keep salad on the table. They are great for children to grow as they can see quick results and enjoy giving them haircuts on a regular basis, especially if you plant them in smiley face patterns. Many of the large diy stores stock salad seeds for as little as 40 pence a packet so it’s well worth giving it a try. At this time of year there really is no excuse not to be out in the garden on the long summer evenings, and if you even spend a few minutes each evening whilst out there doing a few jobs you really will keep the garden looking better for longer, so give it a go and enjoy it. Mark Oakley, Any Garden Limited

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Five easy ways to keep your feet healthy 1. Cut nails correctly. It’s best to use nail nippers rather than cutters, because they have a small cutting blade and a longer handle. Cut nails straight across and not too low at the edge or sides. The corner of the nail should be visible above the skin. It’s better to cut nails after a bath or shower when they are much softer. 2. Don’t forget to moisturise. After washing feet, dry thoroughly and apply a good foot moisturiser all over the foot. Avoid moisturiser between the toes, as this can cause the skin to become overly macerated, causing it to break down. The best foot creams contain urea. 3. Don’t assume flat is best. People are more aware now of the health problems associated with wearing high heeled shoes frequently, but completely flat slip-on styles, such as a ballerina pump, are not ideal for everyday wear as they offer very little shock absorption or support. Slip-on styles also cause the toes to claw in order to hold the foot in place. 4. Alternate shoes and keep them clean inside. Feet naturally sweat, and wearing the same pair every day doesn’t give them a chance to dry out and they can then be a breeding ground for bacteria. To help keep your shoes clean and prevent them from becoming smelly, clean inside the shoe with some surgical spirit on a cotton wool pad to reduce the bacteria. 5. Check your feet regularly. Common symptoms to look out for are yellow, brittle and discoloured nails – which can be a sign of a nail infection, flakey skin that may be dry or red or itchy – which can be a symptom of athlete’s foot, and any changes to the structure of the foot such as swelling to the joint around the ball of the foot. Foot pain is not normal. If you or a family member experience pain then visit a podiatrist. To talk to a podiatrist like Karen or Lucy about the options available regarding treatment; you can contact an NHS podiatrist or a private practice podiatrist. In both cases, always ensure that any practitioners you visit are registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and describe themselves as a podiatrist (or chiropodist). Please mention Inside Shoreham & Southwick when responding to adverts

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Photography

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ou may think that these days everyone is a photographer but I would disagree. Everyone does now carry a phone camera but that doesn’t make them a photographer. I’ve seen enough unflattering selfies to know that! However, mobile phones offer a convenient, decent quality camera and at this time of year you may be thinking of using it to record your holiday pictures. Here are a few tips so that your memories are captured clearly. Cameras built into phones have a wide angle lens giving you a wider field of view than your own eyes. This means that to record a scene clearly you have to be closer to your subject than you think. When you think you are close enough, move closer still! This will allow you to capture expressions on your kids’ faces, for example, rather than just their distant shapes with other people’s kids in the frame as well. You’ll need to drag yourself out of your deckchair and move in close but it will be worthwhile, I promise! Most phone cameras now have face detection, technically it is Face Priority AF (auto focus) which means the focus and exposure on frontal faces will be reasonably rendered. However, you can choose your own viewpoint to ensure even better results. Kids peering into the sun will screw their faces up to protect their eyes from the glare so turn yourself and them around so the sun is to one side. Take note of where the shadows fall across their faces as cameras are not as good as your own eyes at seeing highlight and shadow detail. If the sun is directly behind them it is likely that their faces will be little more than silhouettes and their joyful expressions will be lost. Viewpoint is important in other ways too. Most photographs are taken from the photographer’s eye level. If you are a 6 foot tall Dad taking a photo of your 3 year old you are most likely getting a view of the top of the toddler’s head from this position. Get down low to the child’s height to improve the perspective. Look at the edges of your camera screen, left and right, up and down, ask yourself if you are including unwanted clutter in the shot. The child’s buggy, the pile of clothes discarded when you changed into swimming gear, a stray sunbather, someone else’s children. What’s in the background? Do you want to include it? Does it help to set the scene or is it intrusive? All these distractions can be eradicated by the photographer moving their position, choosing the best viewpoint, getting in close and focussing on the important subject matter. Of course, these tips apply to any subject, not just your ice cream stained offspring or grand children on a beach. Local landmarks for instance. Find the best angle but before firing the shutter button, ask yourself if you need to wait for that car to drive past or for the shirtless fella in budgie smugglers with a knotted hankie on his head to make his way further down the road and out of the frame! Be patient, then when the coast is clear, click the shutter and record the scene clearly. If you can’t resist a sneaky snap of the budgie smuggling character as well then please respect people’s privacy and dignity. Also try to record the local culture too, give yourselves a reminder of the flavour and sense of place to look back on in years to come. Ok that’s the family moments captured for posterity and of course you’ll remember to back them up, won’t you? Lose your phone and you lose your memories! Save them to a PC, 12

laptop, iPad, anything but back them up for safety asap. If you are in doubt as to how to do this, Google knows. In fact, Google knows everything so spare a few minutes to consult this bottomless pit of knowledge. One word of warning, please consider the images carefully before sharing pictures of children on social media. Now don’t forget to take those ‘arty’ pictures as well, release the artist within to produce images that don’t need to include family members grinning back at you with a glass of something alcoholic in their hand. Look for foregrounds that lead into backgrounds. Could be a brightly coloured buoy on the sand with a rope snaking away to a beached, angled fishing boat in the background. Drop low in front of the buoy, ensure the rope is in view and the boat is at the top (background) of your composition. A little cliched of course but the technique could apply to anything that takes your fancy. Maybe you’re not going on holiday this year, well Shoreham Beach is uniquely photogenic with plant life sprouting between the pebbles. Make the most of the local surroundings. Sea to the South, Downs to the North, what more could a photographer want? Enjoy, Steve Boyle ARPS Steve Boyle is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society Life Vice President of Brighton and Hove Camera Club Widely exhibited photographic lecturer www.instagram.com/shoreham_steve www.facebook.com/steveboylephotographypage www.flickr.com/photos/shoreham_steve To advertise call: 01273 452065 • www.insideshoreham.com


Acupuncture is Effective for Relieving Period Pain

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he findings of a new study show that the intensity and duration of period pain can be reduced by up to 50 percent by acupuncture. Acupuncture can significantly reduce period pain, according to new study conducted by Dr. Mike Armour, of the National Institute of Complementary Medicine (NICM) at Western Sydney University in Australia, and his colleagues from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Auckland. Their findings were published in the journal PLOS One. Period pain, or dysmenorrhea, is a condition affecting up to 95 percent of menstruating women, according to a report published in the journal Human Reproduction Update.

How much Acupuncture is needed?

In this study all women received 12 Acupuncture treatments. They either had 3 acupuncture treatments the week before the start of their period, or 1 treatment/week throughout the month. It was found that the women who had several Acupuncture treatments the week before their period had better results than the women who came weekly throughout the month. (Fiona Murdoch, Acupuncturist at ‘The Acupuncture Clinic’ in Shoreham reports that for most women, she has found that 1 or 2 acupuncture treatments/month, the week before their period starts, is effective).

Did the effect of the Acupuncture last?

This study showed that Acupuncture treatment reduced menstrual pain intensity and duration for up to one year after trial entry.

I have Endometriosis, will Acupuncture help?

This study didn’t include women with Endometriosis. There is however preliminary evidence from other studies to support acupuncture as helpful for endometriosis sufferers, with one small sham controlled trial (Wayne 2008) and a few comparative studies against Western medication (Yan 2008, Via 2006, Sun 2006), though further research is needed to confirm this.

How do you find an Acupuncturist?

Acupuncture isn’t regulated in the UK, and people who call themselves Acupuncturists can have anywhere between 2 days training and an honours degree in Acupuncture. To find an Acupuncturist approved by the PSA (Professional Standards Association, the body that governs Doctors and other medical professionals in the UK), who will be covered by your medical insurance, find a member of The British Acupuncture Council (MBaCC) These practitioners have an honours degree in Acupuncture and abide to a strict code of ethics and professional conduct. If you have any queries about the information in this article or think that Acupuncture might help you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Fiona Murdoch, Acupuncturist, MBacC, BSc, BSc ph: 01273 757 445 fiona.acupuncture@gmail.com www.theacupunctureclinic.co.uk

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Mums Invited to Join Exciting New Partnership to Improve Maternity Services

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omen and their families in West Sussex are invited to the launch of an exciting new partnership next week, designed to give them a voice to help further improve local maternity services.

we can improve and will allow us to truly co-design future services with the families who are at the heart of what we do.” Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides hospital and community-based maternity care to more

L-R: Emma Newbury, Maternity Support Worker; Anita Clarke, Practice Development Midwife; Clair Parr, Public Health Midwife; Juliette Phelan, Delivery Suite Matron; Emma Johnson, Chair, MVP; Lynn Woolley, Head of Midwifery; Nicky Sheppard, Co-chair, MVP; Dr Cate Bell; Head of Research and Laura Riddles, Midwife

The Western Sussex Maternity Voices Partnership (WSMVP) is hosting their first event in the Bateman Room, Chichester Medical Education Centre, at St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester, on Monday 10 June, 10.30am-12.30pm. The partnership will unveil their first projects, answer questions and encourage people to join their new venture. Although free to attend, anyone interested is asked to register in advance by visiting https://bit.ly/2JV5Im5. Refreshments will be provided. Head of midwifery at Western Sussex Hospitals, Lynn Woolley, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for our maternity teams and other partners to work with women and families to develop a service that meets their needs – giving them the best possible care during pregnancy, birth and beyond. “Hearing the voices of women in a much more direct way will give us greater opportunities to understand where 14

than 5,000 women and their families in West Sussex every year. The service has one of the highest ratings in the country from the Care Quality Commission, with five out of six inspection categories rated as “Outstanding” in the trust’s CQC report. WSMVP is chaired by lay person and mother-of-twins from Horsham, Emma Johnson, who said: “It is a real privilege to be the chair taking this working group forward. I am really looking forward to making the Western Sussex MVP a real success. I am keen to give the service users a voice and co-produce processes alongside service providers, to help make the start of this amazing journey a special one.” If you are interested in helping to further improve local maternity services, please email westsussexmvp@gmail.com. Thank you. To advertise call: 01273 452065 • www.insideshoreham.com


PENSION FLEXIBILITY:

TOO TAXING FOR MANY Lump sum withdrawals under pension flexibility are resulting in over-paid tax due to emergency tax codes. Don’t be caught out.

Recent HMRC statistics highlight the over-taxation of some pension benefits.

often than not, emergency tax codes create too high a tax deduction, as the example below shows.

More than one million people have received flexible pension payments thanks to the rules introduced just over four years ago. HMRC’s most recent statistics, to the end of March 2019, show that 1,113,000 people have withdrawn over £25,600m from their pensions, across 6,136,000 payments. The amounts withdrawn and the number of payments have both increased each tax year – in 2018/19 there were over 2,400,000 payments totalling £8,180m.

The excess tax can be reclaimed and HMRC has created dedicated forms to speed up the repayment process. In theory if no reclaim is made, the tax should eventually be refunded once HMRC undertakes its end of year reconciliation – but that could mean waiting over 12 months if the payment is taken early in the tax year.

The over-collection is a result of HMRC’s insistence on using emergency tax codes where a pension provider does not have a current tax code for the individual, which is usually the case on a first withdrawal. More

For advice and guidance on Pension Freedoms, including tax planning using your pension fund and retirement options, please call us on (01273) 774855 or email advice@pembrokefinancial.co.uk

If you are thinking about using pension flexibility, it pays to take advice before asking for the payment. In some circumstances the emergency code issue However, the system is causing some problems for can be sidestepped, but if it cannot, then you need HMRC. In the first quarter of 2019 HMRC refunded £31.1m of overpaid tax to over 12,500 people who had to be aware of what you will receive initially and the process of tax reclaim. used pension flexibility.

Emergency, Emergency! Graham, who lives in England, expects to have an income of about £28,000 in 2019/20. He decided to draw £24,000 from his pension plan as an uncrystallised funds pension lump sum (UFPLS). He knew that a quarter of this would be tax free, with the £18,000 balance taxable. As that would still leave him comfortably below the £50,000 higher rate threshold, he expected to receive £20,400 as a net lump sum (£24,000 - £18,000 @20%). In fact, he received £17,619 because an emergency tax code was applied to the taxable element of his UFPLS. The value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back the full amount you invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Investing in shares should be regarded as a long-term investment and should fit in with your overall attitude to risk and financial circumstances. The value of tax reliefs depends on your individual circumstances. Tax laws can change. The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate tax advice.

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A school in Shoreham is planting flowers in memory of two former students. Mayberry Garden Centre in Portslade helped Heronsdale School’s efforts to create the

pair of planters, in conjunction with The Budding Foundation. The Old Shoreham Road business donated compost to enable the green-fingered students to get planting. Clive from the charity with Tracy Vise at Heronsdale School, taking receipt of the compost.

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Team Sakala Wing walk for West Sussex Charities… Three Generations in the Sky

team of lovely brave people are challenging themselves to a Wing Walk at Damyns Hall Aerodrome, Aveley Road, Upminster, Essex RM14 2TN on Wednesday 10th July in aid of Safe in Sussex and Kangaroos , both West Sussex based charities. The Wing Walk is being organised by Helen Hitchcock the owner of Sakala, High Street, Steyning which sells ethically sourced gifts, homeware and clothing from India and Nepal. Helen Hitchcock said “ I have spent my life buying tickets inside planes and thought maybe I should now stand on one! The two charities parallel the interest I have with ‘Maher’, the women’s refuge in Pune, Goa which helps women and children”. Included in the team is a member of Safe in Sussex staff Debbie West and her mum, Ros Bartlett who is 80 at the end of the year! Her 15 year old niece wanted to join them but there is a minimum age of 18. However, Sky Max, the Wing Walking Company have allowed her Niece, Freya Bartlett to go in the plane. Debbie West, Safe in Sussex’s Community Fundraiser said “I am delighted to raise awareness and funds for Safe in Sussex & Kangaroos and also have 3 generations of my family up in the sky that day! “ If you would like to support these brave, crazy people please go to https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/ showROFundraiserPage?pageId=932713 Here at Safe in Sussex we aim to increase the awareness and stop the cycle of domestic abuse in West Sussex. We have confidential refuges and one community refuge with a connecting drop in centre (in Littlehampton). The refuges are for women and children who flee domestic violence. We also facilitate support groups for women in the community and healthy relationship education programmes 18

for Primary and Secondary schools in West Sussex. This month we also launch a West Sussex Domestic Abuse Outreach Service which aims to reach individuals where there is a gap in the services. www.safeinsussex.org.uk – Reg charity no: 1098726 Kangaroos is a local special needs charity, providing all year round clubs and trips out for children and young adults with a range of learning disabilities. We are delighted to of been chosen as one of two charities to benefit from this fantastic flying fundraiser, in this our special 25th Anniversary year. The money raised will help fund some of our memory of a lifetime trips that we are organising for our young people this year, including a 2 night stay to Euro Disney. Samantha Norgate – Fundraising Coordinator www.kangaroos.org. uk – Reg charity no: 1150202 To advertise call: 01273 452065 • www.insideshoreham.com


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Amon Henry Wilds

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mon Henry Wilds was one of number of architects responsible for transforming Brighton into a fashionable Regency-era destination. Some of his splendid Georgian buildings survive today and are now Grade II listed. Born in 1784, his father Amon Wilds Senior was a carpenter who in 1806 founded a father and son architect firm. In 1817, Thomas Read Kemp commissioned the Wilds to design and build the Holy Trinity Chapel in Brighton’s Ship Street. This would be the first of many churches they would build over the next thirty years. In 1818, Thomas Read Kemp commissioned the Wilds to build his home, a building that became known as The Temple. It was the first house in what was to become the Montpelier Road development. In 1819 The Wilds were commissioned to design and build the Brighton Unitarian Church. This church is now Grade II listed and its foundation stone was laid in that year. The church was not completed until 1820, when the Wilds family moved to Brighton. By then the town’s population had doubled in size to over 24,000 people, and the Wilds found themselves competing with rival architects in its thriving house-building industry. They were involved in the construction of Richmond Terrace and Richmond Place as well as the Tamplin’s Brewery, which was completed in 1822. Property developer and local solicitor Henry Brooker had purchased farmland back in 1814, having speculated on Brighton’s rapid expansion. In 1822 he commissioned the Wilds to build housing there. The project was originally called North Crescent but was renamed as the more fashionable sounding Hanover Crescent. When Charles Busby moved to Brighton, he came in on the project entering into an open partnership with Amon Henry Wilds in 1823. Both also continued to pursue their separate works. Amon Henry Wilds realised that having the same name as his father was causing confusion in business and so used his middle name Henry for his solo projects. He built his own home, The Western Pavilion on Western Terrace, which was opposite the Gothic House he designed and built with Charles Busby. The partnership with Busby was officially dissolved on the 24th of June 1825. Unfortunately Amon Henry Wilds, his father and Charles Busby became embroiled in a public dispute with the wealthy American Ann Dulany. She had purchased two houses in 1824 and had wanted them converted into one. The Wilds’ bill for the work in which Amon Henry Wilds worked as the architect and Wilds Senior as the builder, was settled in October 1825. By that time the Wilds had ceased working together, as Amon Wilds Senior, at the age of 63, had accepted employment as a surveyor for the Brighton Commissioners’ office. Mrs. Dulany decided she disliked the work that had been done on her home. Rival architects assessed it and the house was condemned. A claim for damages was made against Amon Henry Wilds. In court Amon Wilds Senior gave evidence, citing the changes Mrs. Dulany had insisted upon during the conversion work. Amon Henry Wilds also gave evidence, insisting the plans had been signed off with his then business partner Charles Busby, Busby denied having anything to do with the project. The ruling of the court was that Mrs. Dulany should restart her case with Charles Busby included in the claim. There is no record as to its outcome. Rival architects to Wilds and Busby completed their work on the house in 1826, but its existence was short-lived, as it fell down and Mrs. Dulany died in 1828.

In 1825, Amon Henry Wilds commenced work on landscape designer Henry Phillips’s ambitious Anthenaeum Project. A library, museum, school and housing with oriental gardens would surround the Anthenaeum - a huge steam-heated domed conservatory. With many financial backers investing in the project the cost was underestimated at a still expensive £20,000. The real cost was insurmountable and so the Anthenaeum was dropped and the project scaled back into a housing development. This became Sillwood Place, Oriental Place, Oriental Terrace and Western Terrace. A second attempt to build the Anthenaeum greenhouse was made in July 1833, on the site where Palmeira Square now exists. The greenhouse’s iron frame was not properly completed before the scaffolding was removed and within hours it had collapsed. The cause of the structural failure was suspected to have been a design change by Henry Phillips in which internal supports had been removed. Amon Henry Wilds had advised against this and left the project before its failure. Amon Henry Wilds survived the 1830s recession that bankrupted many of his contemporaries. In September 1833, Amon Senior, who had been living at 9 Richmond Terrace, died at the age of 71. Amon Henry Wilds worked all over the country, drawing up town plans and road schemes as well as designing stylish buildings. His work included the completed Clifton Baths at Gravesend, Kent in 1836. His biggest ever development was said to be Montpelier Crescent, back in Brighton and built in the 1840’s. Amon Henry Wilds moved to Old Shoreham Cottage in Shoreham-by-Sea in 1855. He died on the 13th of July 1857 aged 73. He was buried in St. Nicolas’ churchyard at Old Shoreham. Judy Upton

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Knee Injuries in the Footballer

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ne of the most common problems we see in footballers is knee pain. It is a very physical sport, where a multitude of different things can cause trauma to the knee, such as twisting, tackling and overextending or stretching. This month we explore some of the most common knee injuries sustained by footballers and what to do.

What are the most common knee injuries in Footballers? Anterior Cruciate Ligament Damage

What is it? The anterior cruciate ligament is the front pair of ligaments that crosses over to protect the knee from overextending or shifting forwards too far. How does it occur? This usually occurs when a player overextends their knee, when the foot is planted and there is a direct blow to the front of the knee from a tackle. This causes the knee to bend the opposite way to its normal range, which overstretches or, even worse still, can rupture the ligament. What is the treatment? Usually if the ligament is completely ruptured, the knee will require surgery to repair the damage and create a more stable knee. Failure to do this will cause increased shearing forces in the knee joint, which can accelerate and increase the risks of osteoarthritis.

Treating issues related to • Back, neck and shoulder pain • Sports injuries • • Pre and post operative rehabilitation • • Muscle retraining and biofeedback • Whiplash • • Ligament sprains and muscle strains • • Postural re-education for poor posture • Treatments • Deep tissue massage • Sports massage therapy • • Joint mobilisation/manipulations • • Active release/cross frictions • • Electrotherapy (i.e. ultrasound, interferential) • • Acupuncture (Trigger Point release, Traditional Chinese) • • Exercise rehabilitation • Posture re-education • • Ergonomic advice and health promotion • Louis Jones Physiotherapy 467614 Telephone: 01273 741515 Website: www.sportsphysioshoreham.co.uk Email: louisjones.physio@googlemail.com 2nd Floor, Business Centre, Three SixtyAdur Fitness, 394-398 Brighton Rd, Shoreham-by-Sea, Little High Street, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, BN43 6RT 5EG

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Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain

What is it? The MCL protects the inside of the knee joint, providing stability so that the knee moves in a forward and backward hinge movement and not side to side. How does it occur? Usually this occurs if the foot is planted and a player rotates inwards on the knee, or when an opponent player tackles hard from the outside of the knee, forcing it to bend inwards. What is the treatment? If the sprain is mild then strengthening exercises can create more stability to the inside of the knee to stop twisting and overstretching of the ligament. In very rare cases the ligament can be completely torn, which would require surgery to repair.

Meniscal Tear

What is it? The meniscus is a cartilage shock absorber that sits inside the knee joint to provide protect against bone on bone contact and rubbing. How does it occur? The meniscus can tear, if a player is weight bearing and twisting through the knee, which compresses and grinds the meniscus, and causes a tear in the surface of the cartilage. What is the treatment? This requires keyhole surgery to repair and trim the damaged cartilage. Resting the knee or treating the knee conservatively is not effective, because the cartilage tear gets caught in the joint, and can causing “locking”, whereby the knee gets stuck whilst trying to bend or straighten it. With any sports injury, it is always advisable to follow the rule of RICE for 48 hours. Rest the area, use Ice-packs to reduce any swelling and bleeding, Compress the area again to reduce swelling and to improve circulation, and lastly, Elevate the area to help drain any swelling. You should consult a sports injury specialist such as a Physio, to assess the damage caused, to determine if the injury can be resolved through treatment and exercise, or in worst-case scenarios, surgery may be required. We have the ability to refer for X-Ray and MRI Scans, and to refer directly to specialists for further investigation. Unfortunately due to the nature of these injuries, there is no way of guaranteeing that you can avoid them, but having strong thigh muscles will help reduce your risk of injury. If any of the information in this article has raised any questions or if you are suffering with knee damage from football, please feel free to contact me on 01273 467614 or at info@louisjonesphysio.co.uk To advertise call: 01273 452065 • www.insideshoreham.com


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Plastering Specialist Friendly • Professional • Reliable All aspects of plastering Services include: Exterior rendering and pebble-dashing; interior walls, ceilings, extensions, loft conversions, damp proofing, floor screeding and plaster boarding; interior and exterior painting. References available if required. Insurance work – free estimate. Over 30-years of experience. A prompt service at its best. Tel: 01273 593532 Mobile: 07977 409344 80 Southwick Street, Southwick

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• Double glazing, misted-up sealed units replaced • Fascia and guttering • Carpentry and kitchen fitting • Decorating, tiling, flooring, fencing FENSA registered installer Family run business Established 2002 Free no obligation quotes 01273 454974 / 07754 856769 lisa.backshall@hotmail.co.uk

Our caring, experienced team offer Osteopathy, Physiotherapy, Sports and Remedial massage, 1-1 Pilates sessions Hypnotherapy & EFT and more Call us on 01273 567654 or book online www.shorehamosteo.co.uk 10 Western Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5WD

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KITCHENS - BATHROOMS - BEDROOMS Fully planned & supplied, colour co-ordinated kitchen furniture to match doors Full fitting service to include: Electrics Plumbing Tiling Associated building works We are happy to visit you at home to discuss and plan the right kitchen or bathroom for you.

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If you require general chiropody or need rehabilitation for a specific low limb, foot and ankle injuries, Ian Linane BSc, our experienced and HCPC registered podiatrist, will be able to assess this and provide help for you. Ian’s reputation for successful treatment of general chiropody concerns, as well as various injuries to the low limb, foot and ankle draws clients of all ages and activities from around Sussex as well as other parts of the UK.

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What’s on in July

Got an event? Simply email it to: ang@insideshoreham.com. Free insertion limited to 30 words.

MONDAY Steyning Art Group

Richard Cupidi will give an illustrated talk on Georgia O’Keeffe, one of America’s most popular artists. American born and Brighton based, Richard is an experienced art historian, educator and professional storyteller specialising in American art and artists of the 20th century. The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, Church Street, Steyning BN44 3XZ 8th July. Coffee is served from 10am. The talk is 10.30-12noon. Visitors are warmly welcomed with a donation of £5.

SOUTHLANDERS COMMUNITY GROUP

Open for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. Mornings. 07919-651212. www.southlanders.org.uk

DANCERCISE FOR THE OVER 50s

Dance your way to fitness and have fun. 11.30am. The Shoreham Centre. 07860-136455 www.janebusbyfitness.co.uk

Silver Swans ballet classes

For over 55s. The Shoreham Community Centre. 9.30–10.30am. Contact Amanda on 07523 200381 or email amandamorgan12a@gmail.com

LAZY RIVER SQUARE DANCE CLUB

The Southwick Community Centre, Southwick 8–10pm. Contact Val on 01273-880097

SHOREHAM FOLK DANCE CLUB

St. Julian’s Church Hall, Rectory Rd, Shoreham 8–10pm (excluding Bank Holidays) Membership £1 pa / Fees £1 per session Contact Mrs Holroyd on 01273-415557

STRICTLY DANCING WITH LISA

Fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd 6.15–7.15pm. Contact Lisa on 07939-248871 strictlydancingwithlisa@gmail.com

SUSSEX VOICEWORKS

Choir sing a mixture of classical favourites, carols, musicals and anthems. St Peters Church Hall, Shoreham 7.15–9.15pm. 01273-736476

MARY’S MUSIC

THE SENIOR MONDAY CLUB

Gentle exercise class, board games, speakers and refreshments for the over 50s. Marsh House, Southwick, BN42 4DL 10–12.30. Contact Peter Hornsby on 07904-976736

The Group

A Sussex club for unattached men and women, aged 50+. The Group is not a dating organisation but it is an opportunity to meet new people. Meets at a pub in Worthing from 6th May, and then the first Mon evening of every month. www.thegroup.org.uk

CRUSE BEREAVEMENT CARE DROP-IN SUPPORT GROUP

For those struggling with their grief. The Shoreham Centre 2nd and 4th Mon, exc Bank Hols 2.30–3.30pm. 03003-119959

HOLISTIC YOGA

Transformational and caring. Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham 11.30–12.30pm – Beginners 12.30–1.30pm – Progressions 11.30–1.30 – Immersion 07866-954432

MIND BODY PILATES

Improve core strength, help back problems, increase flexibility, aid mindfulness. 9.30am Brooks Dance Studio, Lancing 6pm Harbour Club, Shoreham Contact Sharon on 07969-610030

MONDAY YOGA

Strengthen, stretch and relax both body and mind. The Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham 7–8.30pm Contact Rachael on 07779-627756 www.yogilife.co.uk

Pilates with Charlie!

Achieve strength, flexibility and improved posture. Shoreham Centre. 9.30-10.30am. £6 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942

PIYO

WHISPERING WOODS CHOIR

PiYo combines pilates and yoga to create dynamic, flowing sequences St Nick’s & St Mary’s Primary School, Eastern Ave, Shoreham. 7–8pm. £5 Contact Gemma at info@gemmafitness.co.uk

ST JOHN AMBULANCE PORTSLADE AND SHOREHAM DIVISION

A toddler dance class for children walking until 4yrs old. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd, BN43 5WU. £5 per child with discounts for siblings and no charge for babies. 10.15am term time only Contact Kat on 01273-463120 / 07809-437703. Facebook @ Dinki Dancers & Dinki Dance Parties

Music & movement group for pre-school children & their parents/grandparents. Parish Centre, 1 New Rd. 9.30am Fun friendly outdoor choir that sings songs inspired by the seasons and nature. Shoreham Centre. 7.45–9.15pm term time only £6 per session paid termly £7 “drop-in” rate, first one FREE! Contact Rebecca Askew on 07977-220396

Adults 7.30–9.30pm Details from rita.marley@sja.org.uk

ADUR STAMP CLUB

Guest speakers, exhibitions of postage stamps and postcards. Southwick. 7.30pm on the 3rd Mon of each mth Contact Bob Knight on 01273-592518

DINKI DANCERS

STEYNING CAMERA CLUB

Activities include group trips, exhibitions, presentations, competitions and workshops. Village Hall, High St, Upper Beeding, BN44 3WN 7.30pm, Sept–May publicity@steyningcc.org.uk www.steyningcc.org.uk

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TOTS THAT ROCK

Lively, fun music group for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. Swiss Cottage pub, Old Shoreham Rd, Shoreham. 10.30-11.45am £4.50 per child, £1 for extra siblings/ adult Contact Sarah on 07710-940276 totsthatrock@gmail.com facebook@totsthatrock

TUESDAY ST JOHN AMBULANCE PORTSLADE AND SHOREHAM DIVISION

Come and learn about First Aid 7.30–9.30pm. Details from rita.marley@sja.org.uk

STEYNING CAMERA CLUB

The Coffee Club at various locations Alternate Tues mornings publicity@steyningcc.org.uk www.steyningcc.org.uk

SOUTHWICK & FISHERSGATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

Garden Room, Southwick Community Centre 7.30pm on the 1st Tues of the mth Contact Julie on 01273-596707 sfhorticulturalsociety@googlemail.com www.sfhorticulturalsociety.org.uk

SOUTHWICK FLOWER CLUB

St Michaels Church Hall 7.30pm on the 2nd Tues of each mth Contact Toni on 01323-655117 Find us on Facebook.

MESSENGERS COMMUNITY GOSPEL CHOIR

Shoreham Baptist Church, Western Rd, Shoreham Kids (primary) 6.15–7pm (£1) Youth (high school) 6.45–7.45pm (£1) Adults 8–9.30pm (£2) 01273-453777 www.messengerschoir.org

BALLROOM & LATIN DANCE CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS

Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd. 7.15pm Contact Chris on 07801-820376 chris@dance2night.co.uk dance2night.co.uk

CIRCLE DANCE

Community dances from around the world to beautiful music. The Shoreham Centre 2pm on the 1st and 3rd Tues of each mth Kathrynpenny1@gmail.com

SMOLDERING, SENSUAL, SOULFUL ARGENTINE TANGO

Beginners and Improvers classes / courses and social dancing for all levels. Classes £7. 07968-169908 delialindon@easy.com

CREATIVE WRITING

Like writing stories / poems? Join our small informal group meeting The Snug Bar at The Crab Tree Inn. 7–9 pm Contact George on 01273-273284 / 07530-646570

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NEW GREEN BEACH ADULT ART CLUB

We are a friendly sociable art group, Try out fun techniques and crafts. 11–1 on the second Tues of each mth 07870-571079

SHOREHAM RINGCRAFT

We will help you prepare your puppy/dog for the show ring. St Julian’s Hall, Rectory Rd 7–9pm Contact Elaine Ward on 01903-755062

WORTHING ANTIQUE, ARTS AND COLLECTORS CLUB

Each month we have a guest speaker (many TV celebs). Worthing Lecture Theatre 7.30–9pm on 1st Tues of each mth 07984-403890 worthingantiqueclub@yahoo.co.uk

ADUR EAST LIONS CLUB

MS Centre, Southwick Recreation Ground, Croft Ave, Southwick, BN42 4AB 7.30pm on the 4th Tues of each mth (exc. Dec) www.adureastlions.org.uk

ADUR VALLEY BRIDGE CLUBS

EBU Affiliated Duplicate Bridge Club. No partner required. The Hall of the Church of The Good Shepherd, Shoreham Beach. 1.30pm Contact Bob & Kathy Whiting on 01403-711707 adur.bridge@btinternet.com www.adurbridge.org.uk

CRUSE DROP-IN GROUP

Drop-in group for school aged children to help them with their grief using art/play. The Hub, Upper Beeding BN44 3HP 3.30–5pm term time only. 03001-19959

GIRLS’ BRIGADE

A Christian organisation for girls aged between 4–18 years of age. Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick. 5.45–9pm term time only. 01273-597660

THE CREATION STATION

Award winning creative sessions for children 6mth–5yrs. Mornings. RNLI Lifeboat Station Shoreham www.thecreationstation.co.uk/jen-hove

WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON TEA DANCE

Mainly up-to-date Sequence with new dances taught. Quayside, Upper Kingston Lane, Southwick, BN42 4RE. 1.45–4.15pm. Contact Clive on 01273-410438

55+ EXERCISE TO MUSIC

Routines to loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Oasis Christian Fellowship, Hangleton Way, Hove 2–2.45pm. £4 per session. Contact Susan on 01273–249600

Pilates with Charlie!

Achieve strength, flexibility and improved posture. Yoga and Wellness Rooms. 9.30-10.30am. £7 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942

PILATES

Two mixed ability drop-in Pilates classes. The Shoreham Centre 9.30am and 11am. Class £5. Contact Jenny on 07999-846813

BABY RHYMETIME

Fun with Rhymes, songs and musical instruments for babies and toddlers. Free! 11am Southwick Library 10.15 and 11.30am Shoreham Library

ST MARY DE HAURA HANDBELL RINGERS

New members (over 16s) always welcome. Come and have a go. 7.30pm in Shoreham Contact Cindy on 01273-455499

LANCING EAGLES RUNNING CLUB

THE RUDE MECHANICALS

SOUTHWICK LACE CLASS

Each month we invite a guest speaker, many well known TV celebs. Worthing Lecture Theatre. 7.30–9pm on the 1st Tues of each mth Non-members £5pp or £30 p.a. 07984 403890 worthingantiqueclub@yahoo.co.uk

St John Ambulance Hall, the Twitten, Southwick 7.30–9.30pm. £3 each (1st Night free). Contact Wendy on 01273-594049 southwicksequence@hotmail.co.uk

Room 2, The Shoreham Centre, Shoreham 10–12.30 drop in for a cuppa & chat 1.30–3.30 bingo Contact Peter Hornsby at Age UK West Sussex on 07904-976736

Acoustic multi-instrumental trio playing traditional music. Duke of Wellington, Shoreham 7.30–10pm. Free. www.rudemex.co.uk

WORTHING ANTIQUE CLUB

SOUTHWICK SEQUENCE DANCE CLUB

PIYO

PAVILION TABLE TENNIS CLUB

Beginners and experienced lace makers. 9.45–11.45am. Southwick Community Centre Contact Rosemary Brown on 01273-591346

New friendly, funky classes specialising in Musical Theatre and current Pop Tunes. Church of Good Shepherd Hall, Shoreham Beach. Shoreham 3.45–4.30pm. Age 5–8 years. 4.40–5.25pm. Age 9–13years. Contact Sam on 07865-081190 s.hawkinsbookings@gmail.com

Love running? Want to start running? Bar area, Lancing Impulse Leisure Centre 6.30pm, warm up at 6.45 and finish at 8ish Contact Claire on 07751-123232 www.lancingeagles.co.uk / Facebook

PiYo combines pilates and yoga to create dynamic, flowing sequences St Peter’s Church West St, Shoreham 6–6.50pm. £5 Contact Gemma at info@gemmafitness.co.uk

A community club offering casual and competitive Table Tennis. From 7.15pm. Lancing Manor Leisure Centre Contact Stuart on 07505-113040

SHOREBEATZ SINGING AND DANCING CLASS

CRIB CLUB

The Old School House Ham Rd, Shoreham 10.30am–12pm. £1.50 per session with refreshments/biscuits. 01903-854980

BUCKINGHAM TOWNSWOMEN GUILD

Guest speakers give varied talks. Social afternoons, Outings. St Giles Church Hall, Upper Shoreham Rd, Shoreham 2.30–4.30pm on the first Wed of every mth Contact Julia on 01273-884049

MARKET

Clothes, Gifts, Bric a Brac, Craft, Jewellery, Collectables and lots more. The Shoreham Centre run by Shoreham Community Trust. 9am–12 for customers, 8am for traders 01273-454686

ADULT BALLET

Evenings in Worthing. 07963-959262 helenadot@aol.com

FLAMENCO DANCE CLASSES

Evenings in Worthing. 07963-959262 helenadot@aol.com

MODERN JIVE

The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd, and Shoreham 8–11pm. Contact Ian on 07973-253622 www.danceaholics.co.uk

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THE WELCOME CLUB FOR 50+

FLEET AIR ARM ASSOCIATION

We hold monthly meetings & social outings, plus annual reunions. Castle Inn Hotel, Bramber 11.30am – 1pm on 4th Wed of each mth Contact Gerry Mitchell on 01903 816576 gerry.mitchell@talktalk.net

Pilates with Charlie!

Achieve core strength and improved posture. Shoreham Centre. 9.30-10.30am. £6 per class. Phone ahead to avoid disappointment. 07780-660942

SHOREHAM PROBUS CLUB

Lunch and a speaker. The Southwick Bowls Club, Old Barn Way, Southwick 12.30–3.30pm on the last Wed of each mth

SOUTHWICK ART CLUB

Enjoy painting and drawing in an informal, friendly atmosphere. 7.30–9.30pm. Southwick Community Centre Contact John Young on 01273-885302

SUSSEX QUILTERS

Beginners and established quilters welcome. The Deall Room, Southwick Community Centre 10am-12midday on 1st Wed of each mth. Annual fee £15. Contact Margaret Holden on 01273-454971 or Angela Avis on 01273-595369

ANGER MANAGEMENT

As you are – 8 week Anger Management Course 6.30–8.30pm. 07752-754859

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BOX EXERCISE CLASS

St Peters Church, West St, Shoreham 7–8pm. £5 with the 11th class free. Contact email Gemma on 07429-610899 info@gemmafitness.co.uk www.gemmafitness.co.uk

COLOUR YOGA

West St Loft 9.30–10.45am Classic Yoga term time only Contact Abi at colour.yoga.com.uk@gmail.com www.colour-yoga.com

HATHA YOGA AT THE HARBOUR CLUB

7.15–8.30. £8 drop in Contact Lynne on 07515-917169 www.lynnejarrettyoga.co.uk

YOGA IN MOTION

A fusion of yoga and Margaret Morris contemporary dance movement to music. Adur Indoor Bowls Club next door to Impulse & Southwick football club 9.30–11.00am. 1st class free. Contact Faye on 01903-812481 or the Secretary (Mrs Pat Channen) on 01273-592867

ZUMBA WITH CHLOE

A fun filled dance fitness designed for everyone! Glebe Primary School, Church Lane 6.30pm. £6 a class. Contact Chloe on 07849-303706 Facebook.com/zumbachloe

TODDLER TIME

Southwick Library 2.15–2.45pm. Free.

THE BOYS’ BRIGADE 1ST SOUTHWICK COMPANY

A Christian organisation for boys school ages Reception to Year 12 Southwick Methodist Church 6–9.30pm term time only. 01273-594012 southwickmethodistchurch.co.uk and search ‘Church Life’ – ‘Boys’ Brigade’

LEAP AND BOUND DANCE SCHOOL

RAD Ballet and contemporary dance classes. West Street Loft. Afternoons in term time. Contact Lucy on 07817-398215 lucynelson.dance@hotmail.co.uk www.leapandbound.org

THURSDAY OLD GRISTS & NEW TWISTS EVENT

plus Hebrew beer launch with entertainment from the Sussex Knucker Band – we are hosting a beer talk where we will discuss the modern history of beer. Featuring guest speakers from the industry, we will cover the ‘Big Six’ & their subsequent break up. 6.30pm Thurs 20th Jun.

Free Bowls

Free Taster sessions during May. Steyning Bowls Club, Memorial Field. 6pm www.steyningbowlsclub.com Contact Mary on 01273 887953

SOUTHWICK MEN’S SUPPER CLUB

Friendship and Food with a Speaker. Methodist Church Large Hall. 01273-596374

ST JOHN AMBULANCE PORTSLADE AND SHOREHAM DIVISION

Badgers and Cadets from 6pm Details from rita.marley@sja.org.uk

MIND BODY PILATES

WASPIG

Perfect for anyone with psychic or spiritual leanings. Alternate Thurs evenings Contact Jeremy or Pam on 01903-209938

SHOREHAM RUBBER BRIDGE CLUB

Shoreham Methodist Church Hall. 2–4.30pm 01903-535154

55+ EXERCISE TO MUSIC

The Burlington Hotel, Marine Parade, Worthing, BN11 3QL. 1st and 3rd Thurs each mth Arrive for 7.15pm, Start 7.30pm, Finish 9.30pm. Contact Meg Heyworth on 07940-838422 meg@heyworth.co.uk www.worthingspeakers.org.uk

ADUR BOOK CLUB FOR THE OVER 60s

HATHA YOGA AT THE SHOREHAM CENTRE

Routines to loosen joints, strengthen muscles and improve circulation. Oasis Christian Fellowship, Hangleton Way, Hove 10.30–11.15am. £4 per session. Contact Susan on 01273–249600 Shoreham Library. 10–12 on 1st Thurs of every mth Brenda Slater at librarianuk@yahoo.com

CRAFT THERAPY

Tom Foolery Coffee Company, Shoreham 7.30–9.30pm on 2nd Thurs of each mth. £6 on the door. Facebook.com/weareoverthemoon/events weareoverthemoon@gmail.com

DANCE FOR FUN! WITH MIKE AND AUDREY

Sequence dance tuition. St. John Ambulance Hall, The Twitten, Southwick 1pm Beginners / 2.45pm Advanced. £2.50 per session. Contact Mike on 01273-592194 www.wedanceforfun.club

ADUR ART CLUB

Room 8, The Shoreham Centre. 2–4pm. Annual membership £40 inc. refreshments. www.arts.webs.com

WORTHING SPEAKERS CLUB – PUBLIC SPEAKING MADE FUN

The Shoreham Centre, 2 Pond Rd, Shoreham Mixed-ability classes. 6.30–7.30pm. Drop-in classes £8. Block of 5 – £35. Block of 12 – £70. Contact Christa on 07948-976196 Facebook Christa Frank Yoga & Crafts

TAI CHI CHUAN

Excellent for wellbeing and relaxation. Church of the Good Shepherd Hall, Kings Walk, Shoreham Beach 7.45–8.45pm. £6 per session. First lesson free. Contact Derek on ShenmenTaiChi@hotmail.co.uk

LITTLE LIGHTS

Carers and Toddlers Singing Group (0–school age). Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick 9.30–11am term time only. £1 per adult and £1 per child. Contact Yvonne on 07758-325556

SCAMPS PLAYGROUP

COASTLINE HARMONY

Pre-school playgroup with toys, snacks and drinks for parents and children St Peter’s Catholic Church, Shoreham 9.30–11.30. £2.50 per child.

KNIT AND NATTER

Lively, fun music group for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. The Longshore pub, Brighton Rd, Shoreham 10.30-11.45am £4.50 per child, £1 for extra siblings/ adult. Contact Sarah on 07710-940276 totsthatrock@gmail.com facebook @totsthatrock

Ladies a cappella close-harmony chorus. 7.15–9.30pm. Southwick Community Church, Roman Cres, Southwick BN42 4TY coastlineharmony@outlook.com www.coastlineharmony.co.uk, email:

Find out more about an apprenticeship in the Electrical or Plumbing and Gas Industry. 6th June. Tungsten Training Centre 01273 934278 / www.ttcsussex.co.uk

STRICTLY DANCING WITH LISA

SHOREHAM ORATORIO CHOIR

Fun, friendly dance classes covering a variety of styles. The Shoreham Centre, Pond Rd Keep fit with the FitSteps class 12.15–1.15pm. Contact Lisa on 07939-248871 strictlydancingwithlisa@gmail.com

Illustrated presentations about musicians/styles from the history of Jazz. Southwick Community Centre (Porter Room) 24 Southwick St, BN42 4TE 7.30pm on 2nd Thurs of every mth Contact John Speight on 01273-732782 j.speight@sky.com

Improve core strength, help back problems, increase flexibility, aid mindfulness. 9.30am. Southwick Community Church Contact Sharon on 07969-610030

Have a chat and meet new people. Southwick Library – 2.30pm on last Thurs of the mth. Free. Shoreham Library – 1.30pm on every other Thurs, or 1.30pm fortnightly. Free.

APPRENTICESHIP OPEN EVENING

SUSSEX JAZZ APPRECIATION SOCIETY

7.30–9.30pm. The Methodist Church, Brunswick Rd, Shoreham Contact Isabel Costello at isabel.mary.costello@gmail.com www.shoreham-oratorio-choir.co.uk

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TOTS THAT ROCK

FRIDAY

SOUTHLANDERS COMMUNITY GROUP

Open for snacks, lunches, internet access, exercise etc. Mornings. 07919-651212 www.southlanders.org.uk

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SOUTHWICK DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB

New members welcome. Bring a partner. 7pm for 7.15pm. Southwick Community Centre. Contact Margaret Maslin 01273 461889 or just turn up.

DANCERCISE FOR THE OVER 50s

Dance your way to fitness and have fun. 11am The West St Loft 1.30pm The Shoreham Centre 07860-136455. www.janebusbyfitness.co.uk

SHOREHAM HORTICULTURAL & ALLOTMENT SOCIETY

Talks, raffle, refreshments. St Peter’s Church Hall, West St, Shoreham 7.30pm on 1st Fri of each mth Contact Mavis on 01273-464324 www.shorehamhorticulturalsociety.org

SOUTHWICK COUNTRY MARKET

Porter Room, Southwick Community Centre 9–11.45am www.facebook.com/SouthwickCountryMarket

SOUTHWICK COMMUNITY CENTRE

Southwick Community Centre 9–1pm Indoor Table-Top Sale 10am–2pm Cafe Open 01273-592819

TAP DANCE CLASS

A great way to keep fit tapping to cool music. 9.30–10.30am. Brooks Dance Studio, Lancing Contact Debbie on 07710-638587

POP UP COFFEE

9–11.30. St Giles Church Hall Contact Susan on 07813-976166 or Sarah on 01273-462100

ADUR STROKE CLUB

Any person who has been affected by a stroke (& their carer if necessary) is welcome. Marsh House, Park Lane, Southwick. 2–4pm Contact Paul on 07879-625199

60+ TAI CHI HEALTH CLASS

Wudang Style. Room 8, Shoreham Community Centre, Pond Rd 2–3pm. £5. www.taichi-brighton.com

2ND SHOREHAM BOYS’ BRIGADE COMPANY

Ages 5–11, for fun games, arts and crafts and much more. Shoreham Methodist Church, Brunswick Rd, Shoreham. 6pm term time only Contact Steve on 07773-3054690 boysbrigade@shoreham.adursectormethodist. org.uk

SATURDAY ZUMBA WITH CHLOE

A fun filled dance fitness designed for everyone! Southwick Christian Church, Southwick. 9.30am. £6 a class. Contact Chloe on 07849-303706 Facebook.com/zumbachloe

MESSY CHURCH ST GILES CHURCH

St Giles Church, Upper Shoreham Rd, Shoreham 3–5pm on 4th Sat of the mth Contact Father James on 01273-979811

THE FLYING SAUCER CAFÉ

The café serves cakes/lunches plus stalls for local businesses to sell products. Wiston, BN44 3DW. Last Sat of the mth

MESSY CHURCHES TOGETHER IN SOUTHWICK

Enjoy some craft and fun activities, listen to a story, sing and meet new people. Southwick Methodist Church, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick. 3–5.30pm on 3rd Sat of each mth, (exc Aug & Dec) Contact Julie on 07821-335104

GENTLE HATHA YOGA

Room 2, Shoreham Community Centre 10–11am. £6 per session. Contact Tracy on 07793-115138

ART SMUDGE AND DOODLE

Let your children bring out their creative flair for 5–12 years old. The Shoreham Centre 10–11am term time only. Cost £6. artsmudgeanddoodle@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page for more details.

SUNDAY Steyning bowls club

2pm on 16th Jun. Open Day for new members. Memorial Recreation Ground. You only need flat shoes to try this fun game. For more info www.steyningbowlsclub.com or contact Mary on 01273 887953

QUAKER MEETING

St John’s Ambulance Society building, Shoreham. 10–11am. 01273-453787

COLOUR YOGA

6.30–8pm. West St Loft Restorative Yin Yoga term time only Contact Abi at colour.yoga.com.uk@gmail.com www.colour-yoga.com

SUSSEX WIMA (WOMENS INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION)

2nd Sun of each mth. Local, national and international ride outs and rallies organised. http://www.wimagb.co.uk Wimasussex@virginmedia.com

VARIOUS DAYS Shoreham Methodist Arts & Crafts Festival 11th Aug, Brunswick Road, Shoreham. Sat: 10–5.30pm / Sun: 12–4pm Weekdays 10–1.30pm Contact Margaret on 01273 461422 mhb19@btinternet.com for more info.

Tai Chi & Qigong

Wellness Rooms above Chambers restaurant. Entry to rhs of restaurant. Tues: 12.30–2pm Thurs: 6.30–8pm Sat: 10–11.30am Contact Andrew Westgate on 07860 646269

Shoreham Beach Local Nature Reserve exhibition

Come and find out why this area, a globally rare habitat on your doorstep, is so special. Marlipins Museum (upstairs )36 High St, Shoreham-by-Sea BN43 5DA During May and June. Museum entry fee is 50p

SURF BUS OPEN DAY

Small, free Anger Management groups, running for 10 wks. 07952-754859. info@asyouarecentre.co.uk

FREE DEBT COUNSELLING CENTRE

Free debt centre in Shoreham. To book an appointment and to receive free debt counselling ring 0800-3280006.

HIP HOP DANCE IN THE SOUTH EAST

Classes open to all in Worthing, Brighton, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Bognor Regis. Contact Vikkie on 07900-681355. Vikkie@t21dance.com / www.t21dance.com

ART HISTORY DISCUSSION GROUP

Mthly meetings in Shoreham. Come along to an evening of lively debate about art and artists. Contact Tim on 07713-251465 tim.gwyther@btinternet.com

BREAKTHROUGH PIANO METHOD

Remarkable, playing-based piano program, lessons in Southwick. Contact Simon, New Song Studios on 01273-024284 admin@newsongstudios.co.uk www.newsongstudio.co.uk

CREATIVE CRAFTERS

CHURCH COMMUNITY

A fun, relaxing and crafty evening with different crafts. Mthly at the Waterside Pub, Shoreham. Booking Essential. www.thecreationstation.co.uk/jen-hove

SHOREHAM FREE CHURCH BN43 6WF

Shoreham Centre ”Blocki-Flute” group music lessons for adults. Learn to play flute with others in a fun relaxed group environment. Contact Lisa on 07874-668706 www.happytunesmusic.co.uk

Join us at The Shoreham Centre on Sundays at 10am for great teaching, worship and kids provision (0-14 yrs).   @weareemmanuel We meet for Christian worship, prayer and Bible study. 10.30–11.45am www.shorehamfreechurch.co.uk info@shorehamfreechurch.co.uk

ST FRANCIS CHURCH SHOREHAM

Milward Court Community Centre, Wilmot Rd 9am on 1st Sun of each mth. 10.30am on remaining Sun.

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HAPPY TUNES MUSIC MAKERS

HAPPY TUNES MUSIC MAKERS

Shoreham Centre “Toots and DooDs group music lessons for children 5–7. We use innovative instruments and teaching methods specifically designed for children. Contact Lisa on 07874-668706 www.happytunesmusic.co.uk

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MUSICAL WORKSHOPS

Piano, Clarinet, Theory and Composition workshops, drop-in sessions and ongoing lessons. Tues and Thurs 3–7pm, Phoenix Way, Southwick. Contact Celina Wood on 07814-001564 celinaroseamy@gmail.com www.celinawood.co.uk

BRIDGE CLUBS

Friendly non-EBU contract Bridge Clubs in Worthing. Tues and Fri afternoons. Contact Neil on 01903-831086

CALLIGRAPHY

Learn to write beautifully with Calligraphy. Sat workshops, and wkly classes on Wed afternoons and Thurs mornings at Sompting and Southwick. Contact Nancy on 01273-453387 nyohowells@msn.com

CHINESE LESSONS (GROUPS OR 1-2-1)

Creative, fun, challenging and achievable Chinese Mandarin lessons. Contact Airing on 07796-210160 / email zxirong@hotmail.com

FURNITURE PAINTING WORKSHOP

In the style of shabby chic bring a small item with you to paint wax and distress. 07966-379419 / www.diyshabbychic.com

A BEAD GROUP

Participants must bring a packed lunch, tea and coffee provided. Anita’s beads, 4 Broadreach, Ropetackle, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5EY Meet Mon and the 2nd Thurs of every mth from 10am–4pm. Prices are £2.50 for half a day and £5 for the whole day. 01273-454672 / www.anitasbeads.net

Adur Petanque

A local club catering for all ages. Mon from 2pm; Tues from 6.30pm; T Thurs from 2pm; Sun from 10.30pm. kimadurpcsecretary@hotmail.com

BARE FOOT CLUB

For people who like to lead a healthy bare foot existence and are interested in any walking, dancing, running, spiritual awareness, tkl reflexology, safety advice 07836-777615

BOWLING CLUB

We are an outdoor bowling club and also have a very good social venue. Hours of play are 10–1, 2–5.30 and 6–dusk. Contact the Secretary on 520259 hazelluck@ntlworld.com

COFFEE AND CRAFTY MONRING

GUITARS ON THE BEACH (GOTB)

A monthly club of fun, creative morning to chat and create something unique. Ropetackle Café, Shoreham. www.thecreationstation.co.uk/jen-hove Jan

Jewellery and Silversmithing Classes

Free introduction and coaching sessions. Old Barn Way, Southwick BN42 4NT (next to the Leisure Centre) Open from 9am–10pm, 7 days a week from Sept to Apr, and often in the summer. 01273-870670 (ask for the green steward)

Do you like playing the guitar and sharing the experience with a group of likeminded people? Then check out guitarsonthebeach.org and come along to the Ropetackle Arts Centre in Shoreham once a month to get involved.

Weekly 2hr classes (small group- 3 max) West Street Loft, Shoreham Various times available. Beginners welcome. Contact Sarah 07931-143427 ssilve925@googlemail.com www.sarahsilve.co.uk

LEARN, ENJOY, ACHIEVE WITH ASPIRE SUSSEX ADULT EDUCATION

We have a wide range of opportunities to help you to get creative, learn a new skill, prepare yourself for work or just come along to meet like-minded people. 0845-6010161 Southwick Community Centre 01273-840700 www.aspiresussex.org.uk enquiries@aspiresussex.org.uk,

LET’S LEARN LANGUAGES

Learn to speak Italian in a 1-1 or small group setting. Contact Anna Birch on 07745-601418 email annabirch@ntlworld.com

Shoreham Spanish

Spanish lessons for all levels/ages from a qualified/experienced Spanish teacher. Contact Laura at shorehamspanish@gmail.com

St john ambulance Portslade AND SHOREHAM division

Meet in Shoreham wkly. Badgers and Cadets on Thurs from 6pm and Adults on Mon from 7.30–9.30pm. Learn about First Aid on Tues evening 7.30–9.30pm Contact rita.marley@sja.org.uk

ADUR INDOOR BOWLING

HOVE AND ADUR SEA CADETS

Girls and boys aged 10–18 are welcome to join Hove & Adur Sea Cadets. Marmion Rd in Hove and in summer at our Lizard boating centre in Shoreham Harbour. Contact Ian Wright on 07951-657451 ian@lawreny.net www.sea-cadets.org/hoveadur/home.aspx

LEARN English

I’m a qualified and experienced teacher of English for students of other languages. I can help you learn to talk and communicate better with people so that you can make yourself understood and get what you want! Contact Maggie on 07931-324319 or maggie.taylor@me.com

LEARN FRENCH WITH LUCY

Patient, kind, fun and encouraging approach to learning. Contact Lucy on 07776-223022 lucy.rahaman@live.co.uk http://lucyrahman.wix.com/frenchtuition www.facebook.com/ frenchtuitioninshorehambysea/

PLAY CROQUET IN SOUTHWICK

Sussex County Croquet Club, Kingston Lane, Southwick www.sussexcroquetclub.org.uk club@sussexcroquet.org.uk

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ROTARY CLUB OF SHOREHAM

Sussex Yacht Club, Brighton Rd, Shoreham BN43 6RF 1st Thurs evening & 3rd Fri lunchtime each mth therotaryclubofshorehamandsouthwick.co.uk

NWR

Where women flourish, we meet and talk, discuss, laugh and make new friends. Contact gill.stringer2912@gmail.com

SEWING WORKSHOPS

West Street Loft in Shoreham. Tues mornings and Wed nights. Contact JAC on 07775-438920 jac@craftyjac.com

SHOREHAM BOWLING CLUB

Welcome new men and women members. Buckingham Park , Shoreham Apr – Sept. 10am to 5pm. Free bowls loan.

SHOREHAM SOUTHWICK U3A

Shoreham and Southwick U3A offer an extensive range of educational, creative and leisure activities for older people. 01273-452005

SOUTHWICK CAMERA CLUB

Southwick Community Centre, Southwick St 7.30pm every Thurs, Sept to May. Membership is open to anyone interested in photography at any level, from beginners to experience. 11am on the last Tues of the mth informal coffee group which usually meets at locations of photographic interest to socialise, exchange ideas and knowledge. www.southwickcameraclub.co.uk southwickcameraclub@gmail.com

SOUTHWICK BOWLING CLUB

We are an outside club on Southwick rec with excellent facilities. Contact Martin on 07712-322323 to arrange free sessions.

SOUTHWICK RIFLE CLUB

Southwick Community Centre. Home Office Approved Club. Mon and Wed 7.30–10pm. 01273-593689

SUSSEX COUNTY LAWN TENNIS CLUB

Tennis coaching is run by Helen Mitchell – 25th year coaching at SCLTC. Contact Helen on 07934-670482 www.scltc.co.uk

CLAIRE KING, HEALTH AND NUTRITION COACH

Specialising in Gut Health and Immune System Support. Contact Claire on 07769-932438 ckinghealthcoach@gmail.com www.clairekinghealthandnutritioncoach.com

SOUTHWICK COUNSELLeR

Anxiety and depression; bereavement, work related issues, study related issues, low selfesteem and lack of confidence; stress; suicidal thoughts; trauma; child & teenager, young adult related issues; chronical & terminal illness. Southwick, Shoreham-by-Sea, Portslade and surrounds. Based in Southwick. Session of 50mins £35; Session of 1hr £40. Contact Joanna Marvoort on 07867-303077 Joannamarkvoort@btinternet.com www.sussex121counselling.co.uk WhatsApp: Joanna Markvoort

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Got an event? Simply email it to: ang@insideshoreham.com. Free insertion limited to 30 words.

ADUR HEALTHY WALKERS

Walks range from gentle strolls to more challenging ones in the local area. Details in local libraries, community centres, GP’s surgeries and leisure centres. www.adur.gov.uk/healthy

STORM ULTIMATE FITNESS

AEROBICS

Fat loss and fitness classes (First Class Free!) Buckingham Park Mon 6.45–7.15pm, Sat 9–10am St Nicolas School Tues/ Thurs 7–8pm, Wed 6.45–7.15pm 01273-613014 www.stormultimatefitness.co.uk

BODY CONTROL PILATES

From 5+ to 65+ , we meet 50wks every year. Shoreham Community Centre Mon 6.15 and 7.30 and Wed 6.15 Contact Mike on 01903-530264 mikes@sussexkarate.com www.sussexkarate.com

Aerobics low/high impact with upper body workout. Southwick Christian Community Church. Roman Crescent, Southwick Every Mon and Wed 6.45–7.45 £4.50 per session. Contact Susan on 01273-249600 Classes for Improvers to increase mobility and core strength. St John Ambulance, Southwick 10–11am & 6.30–7.30pm every Tues & 9.30–10.30am every Sat Prices from £8.33. Your first class is free! Private 1:1 sessions for Beginners are available for £20 before joining the class. Contact Dena on 07866-515976 Facebook @ddpilatesbrighton

60+ GENTLE EXERCISE TO MUSIC

SUSSEX KARATE AT SHOREHAM

TENNIS

Improve your tennis and meet new players. www.localtennisleagues.com/ adurandworthing/joinnow adurandworthingtennisleague@gmail.com

WEIGHT LOSS

Lose Weight with Kate, 1-2-1 or small groups. 07535-634131 / www.choicesweightloss.co.uk

YOGA

Full body workout to improve mobility and loosen stiffness. Room 2, Shoreham Centre. £3.50 per class. Classes will continue from Feb onwards except Bank Holidays and all of Aug. Contact Madeleine on 01903-248253

Huntingdon Hall, Shoreham Free Church, Buckingham Rd, Shoreham Tues 7–8.30pm and Thurs 6.15–7.15 pm 07939-267909 lucibailey@hotmail.com or ring .

Over 50s Yoga

YOGA

Strong body, calm mind, relieves neck/back pain. Tues (West St Loft) & Wed (Shoreham Centre). 11-noon. 07492-064036 aoife@aoifeespinosa.com www.aoifeespinosa.com

PILATES

Great hands on class giving lots of help, support & encouragement. Brooks Dance Studio, Shoreham Mon 9.30–10.30am. The Harbour Club, Shoreham Mon 6–7pm. Southwick Christian Community Church Thurs 9.30–10.30am. Contact Sharon on 07969-610030 Facebook-mindbodypilates

PILATES classes

Small intimate classes for hands-on help and support. Shoreham Centre Wed evenings 6pm/7.15pm/8.15 pm, Fri 9.30am/10.30 am. Tues High Intensity Power Pilates 9.10am Contact Rachel on 07941-092612 attmerepilates.com

SHOREHAM YOGA

Strong body, calm mind, relieves back pain. Adults 7.30-8.30pm Wed Shoreham Centre 50+. 11-noon Tues West St Loft & Wed Shoreham Centre. 07492-064036 aoife@aoifeespinosa.com Website: www.aoifeespinosa.com

SOUTHWICK CRICKET CLUB

We’re looking for players of all ages and abilities, and umpires and scorers for cricket on Southwick Green. Contact our club secretary Tania Martin on southwickcc@gmail.com

Hatha and Vinyasa Flow Yoga at Shoreham Chiropractic Clinic. Morning and evening classes. 01273-461155

YOGA

Yin, vinyasa and Yin/Yang classes. West Street Loft, Shoreham / Eastbrook Community Centre, Southwick Samyoga Facebook page samgoddardyoga@gmail.com

ZUMBA FITNESS

Southwick Community Centre Mon 6.30–7.30pm & Wed 10.30–11.30am & 6.15–7.15pm. First Class is free. £5 thereafter. Unlimited Zumba £20/month. Contact Becca on 07933-380231 beccawatts@hotmail.co.uk

ANTENATAL COURSE

Crash course in having a baby aged 0 to 6 months. 01273-841101 / info@parentskool .co.uk www.parentskool.co.uk, call

Buckingham Preschool Playgroup

OFSTED inspected preschool offering morning, afternoon and all day sessions. 07772-122016 buckingham.playgroup@yahoo.com

BUSY BEES PRESCHOOL, SOUTHWICK

OFSTED inspected. Offering half/all day sessions during term time. Private all weather garden and large playroom. 07804-942495

CHURCH LANE NURSERY

OFSTED inspected playschool offering morning, afternoon and all day sessions. 07712-701720 / www.churchlanenursery.co.uk

LITTLE TOTS STAY AND PLAY

St Giles Church Hall, Upper Shoreham Rd Mon and Thurs mornings 9.30–11.30am Contact Sarah on 07932-140707

SHOREHAM BABY MASSAGE

Learn baby massage to help babies with colic, wind, digestion and support bonding and attachment. Group and individual courses offered, suitable of babies from 4wks – 6mths. Contact Suzie on 07939-041412 www.shorehambabymassage.co.uk

STORYTIME

Come and enjoy songs and stories in the library, ages under 5 free. Shoreham Library, 2.10pm.

TEDDY BEARS

Carers and Toddlers Group (0–school age). Southwick Methodist Church Hall, Manor Hall Rd, Southwick Every Mon and Fri 10–11.45am term time only On Fri Pre School sing-a-long for 15mins. £1 per adult, 50p per child. Contact Kim on 01273-701543

CHINESE LESSONS FOR LITTLE ONES

Learn Chinese through music and movement! 45mins per session. Healthy snacks included. Babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and schoolers welcome. Contact Xirong on 07796-210160 zxirong@hotmail.com

DINKI DISCO

For a funky fun-filled afternoon of music, dance & entertainment! King Alfred Ballroom, Hove Seafront and Durrington Community Centre, Worthing. Tickets from £7 07971-418789 / ales@dinkidisco.com www.dinkidisco.com

GIRLS’ GUIDING

Our aim is to empower girls to discover the best in themselves. Rainbows for girls aged 5–7 Brownies for girls aged 7–10 Guides for girls aged 10–14 Rangers for girls aged 14+ Contact Annabel Gray on 01273-885769 iajv_gray@ntlworld.com www.girlguiding.org.uk/getinvolved

TIGER’S EYE WRITERS

Relaxed and supportive creative writing workshops for 6–11yr olds. The Meetings Room in Shoreham Library 6–9s meet alternate Sat 9.45–11am, 9–11s alternate Tues 4–5.15pm. First session free then £6 per session, or £5 if you book a term in advance Contact Tess on 07940-466035 tessjolly@yahoo.co.uk www.sites.google.com/site/tigerseyewriters

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