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Editor’s Comment

Hello, Welcome to the latest edition of The Inside Shoreham and Southwick Magazine Summer months are here. So far we have had some great days! I hope that you have enjoyed them. In this months copy we have our articles, as well as, the latest from the local theatres, local charities and events and local groups.. Please do email us about any local events or activities or charity events you may be running or would like to promote locally. Copy date is by week commencing the 4th July. Happy Summer time. See you in August Angela Our cover this month: Amsterdam Pub Artist: Lesley Tomlinson Email us your best photo of Shoreham or Southwick. We will use the winner as the cover and give you the credit! E:

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CONTENTS St Barnabas House Appeal.............7 Trust Registration Deadline...........11 The Coliseum Theatre and cenima......................................... ..13/ 14 What’s On. ...............................15/17 Southland Post Office..……….......19 The Ellie Thornton Foundtion….…21 Wick Theatre ..........………… .......23 To wear or not to wear “A Posture Brace”...................…………..........25 Summer Films at Ropetackle...26/27 Summer Fiesta……………… …..27 East Lions - Fun for all the Family…..………….................…...29 Tours of St mary de Haura…….....31 Exhibitions Steve Boyle ...............33 Luke Selfless Service.…………....35 Alan TitchMarsh..……………….....37 Swim, Ripple Dive….....................35 Index Page....................................38

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St Barnabas House Sunflower Memories Appeal By supporting St Barnabas House’s Sunflower Memories Appeal, you can give local people, like Kris and his beloved wife Nina, the chance to spend precious time together. Kris tells you what this meant to them.

Life was colourful with Nina in it. She was adventurous, rode a motorbike and you would always find her in the front row at gigs. I admired how she lived life to the full, and I loved living it with her. In late 2015, we received the devasting news that Nina had renal cancer. Determined not to let her illness define her, we focused on packing everything we could into the time we had left together. We laughed more, went to more gigs, and explored more of the world together. Sadly, two years after her diagnosis, Nina’s

condition started to deteriorate. She was struggling and wanted to speak to people in similar situations, and that’s when we found St Barnabas House. Nina went there for all sorts of social activities, including massages and art sessions. And when it came to it, she wasn’t nervous about being admitted to the hospice for end-of-life care. She knew she would be in the best hands possible. Being at the hospice felt like having a big invisible arm around our shoulders. Everyone was so kind to both of us – and between them, they took the pressure off so we could just focus on being together. For me, that precious gift of time meant so much because I knew those final days, those final memories, were the last I was going to have. Thanks to St Barnabas House I was able to capture every single one of them. To support local people like Kris and Nina, please visit

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The Coliseum Theatre and Cinema First known as the Garrison Theatre, the building later known as The Coliseum was built in Ham Road, Shoreham-by-Sea in 1916

during the First World War.

It was designed to entertain the soldiers based at the Slonk Hill and Southwick Green army camps. The stage was thirty foot deep with a twenty-eight foot wide front arch and the theatre was able to seat an audience of over eight hundred people. Shows continued to tour in after the First World War. One was Arthur Rosebery’s wartime melodrama, ‘For Sweethearts and Wives’ performed on the 30th of June 1919. ‘Love and the Law’ was a play by P.T Selbit. Its theme was the abuse of police power, in which to cover for their mistake the police commit perjury to ensure the conviction of a wrongly arrested innocent woman. It was performed at the theatre from the 8th of September 1919.

In 1920, the theatre was converted into a cinema by addition of projection booth to the back of the stage, allowing it to display films via the rear of the canvas screen. Queenie Millard became the manageress and ticket prices ranged from 5d to 1 shilling and 10d. The Theatre/Cinema was taken over by the Blue Flash Cinema Company Ltd. Major Rupert Charles Godfrey Middleton of the 4th Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment founded this company. During the First World War in 1914, he had left the legal profession where at the age of twenty-three he had qualified as a barrister, to volunteer for the army. Serving with distinction in Gallipoli he had been awarded the Military Cross. With other officers of the Royal Sussex Regiment he had formed the Blue Flash Association in which membership was exclusive to the Sussex Rifle Volunteers and the soldiers of the Royal Sussex Regiment. A blue flash badge was emblazoned on their uniforms. The association’s intention was that after war it would support its members and find employment for them. The officers became directors of the Blue Flash Cinema Company Ltd. In the age of the silent movie, the now out of work musicians of the regimental band were formed into bands that

were employed in the Blue Flash cinema chain’s orchestra pits during the screening of the films. The first cinema the company took over was Shoreham’s The Garrison in 1923 and it was renamed The Coliseum. The telephone number for it at the time was (01273) 29. Its manager was still Queenie Millard. The stage manager was a Mr W. H. Cooper and the musical director was Mr. J. M. Harrison. The usherette was a Selina Moore. In 1925, Miss Florence Tyrell took over the licence of the premises and theatre shows returned, with a staging of the war melodrama ‘The Man Who Stayed Home’ on the 10th of

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The Coliseum Theatre and Cinema Cont... August 1925. In 1928, Major Middleton and the Sussex Regiment were posted to Port Said in Egypt. In 1931 Hugh Riley was the cinema’s manager when a fire broke out in the projection booth while a movie was showing. The projectionists battled to put out the fire with Mr Riley going onto the stage to ask the audience of eight hundred, mostly women and children, to leave. At first no one moved, but when he explained what had happened they calmly made their way to the exit. The fire was put out. however the projectionist Mr Harwood was badly burned. In 1935, the Blue Flash Cinema Company Ltd was sold to National Provincial Cinemas Ltd, which was then sold in 1936 to the Union Cinema Company. Louis Halpen became the manager. He kept the Coliseum open during the Second World War until 1941 when the cinema was forced to close because of the repeated attacks on Shoreham by German bombers.

In 1948, the cinema was owned by United British Cinemas Ltd and it remained open until 1952. The building was then converted into a machine shop for Deri Engineers who moved out in the early 1960’s. The Coliseum was demolished in 1964 to make way for the Adur Civic Centre (Council offices), now itself recently pulled down with a new development on the way. Judy Upton Source Western Mail, Perth, Thursday 12th of November 1931 Sussex EUS Cinema Treasures Great War Theatre

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Sequence Dancing

Sequence dancing Wednesday afternoons 1.45 - 4.15 pm at Quayside, Upper Kingston Lane, Southwick, BN42 4RE. For more info ring Clive on 01273 410438

Retirees Golf Society

Have you just retired, over 60 and and would like to play. Golf with like-minded people who don’t want to pay the expensive annual subscriptions and joining fees. Why not join my local retirees golf society? My name is Rob, I enjoy golf and live in Shoreham. Looking for people to join who want to play for fun. If our golf improves too, then that’s a bonus.The Society started in May. We play every Monday morning, each month we play nine holes course or two eighteen holes courses, all venues well be within half an hours drive from Shoreham, currently we have in excess of twenty members but there is always room for more. Ladies are welcome. Should you be interested you can contact me at:

Table Tennis for the Over 50s

St Giles Church Hall, Upper Shoreham Rd Shoreham. Thursdays 2.30-4.30 with refreshments. Beginners welcome a very friendly group. £4 session paid monthly. Numbers are limited MUST BOOK through:Pat on 07856 285078.

The Shoreham Chess Club

The Club started during Lockdown 2020 and has recently moved to Address: Sussex Yacht Club; 85/89 Brighton Rd, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 6RF Hours: Wednesday: 7:30PM–10:00PM So- every Wednesday we play friendly games and try to get a little better. The level ranges from people who recently learned the rules to county standard. We are looking for more members so please visit our website to findout how to contact us and learn more.

Southwick Trefoil:Girl Guiding for Adults

Girl Guiding for adults. New members always welcome & open to anyone over 18 years. No previous membership of Girl Guiding necessary. Meetings held on 2nd Monday of the month 19.15 - 21.15, usually at Southwick Community Centre. For further details please contact: Margaret 01273 966534 or Mary 01273 594753

Southwick Trefoil

Welcomes new members. We meet on the second Monday of the month 19.15 - 21.15 at Southwick Community Centre. Have you ever noticed how much fun youth groups like Rainbows, Brownies & Guides have. Everyone can join today. We’re looking forward to welcoming you & sharing the fun that is Trefoil. For further information please contact Margaret 01273 966534 or Mary 01273 594753

Southwick Lace Club

Southwick Lace Class meets at the Southwick Community Centre on Tuesdays from 09.45 to 11.45 in term time. We welcome beginners to lacemaking as well as those with experience. For more information please contact the Tutor, Rosemary Brown, on 07900 191443 or

Shoreham Book Club.

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Southwick Bowls Club

Southwick Recreation Ground. The new outdoor bowls season commences on Monday 18th April. We welcome new and experienced bowlers to come along and take a look at our bowls club. Every Monday and Friday at 1.30pm we invite new bowlers to try out and will provide bowls, tuition, help and encouragement to get you started.For more information:- Website: or phone John Southwick Bowls Club 07973149534

The Southern Electric Group

Railway Interest meetings. The next meeting of the Southern Electric Group will be held on AUGUST 8TH between 7.15 & in the Deall room at the Southwick Community Centre. August 8th “Rail Rover 2019 Part 2 “ Presented by Keith Carter. The subject and speaker will be (eg Chepstow to the Cardiff Valleys with Taffy) A donation of £3, to help cover expenses is requested from visitors. We apologise if any

The Southwick Art Club

We are a friendly club, mainly working on painting and drawing, of mixed abilities with the only qualification being a love of art We meet at Southwick Community Centre on Wednesday evenings at 7.30 in the Glebe Room apart from August and late days in December. We welcome new members and you are welcome to look in on one of our sessions without obligation. We follow a structured programme with an annual subscription of £75 which includes entry to all our sessions. Contact Secretary John Young 01273 885302 email or from the Community Centre notice board.

UKESALOUD Ukulele lessons Ukulele Courses for Adults Saturday mornings in the Function Room at the Ferry Rigg, Shoreham by Sea Please call or text: 07931 372694 or email: for booking details. All social distancing measures in place.

Shoreham Society AGM

7.00pm, Friday 21st May 2022, Room 3, Shoreham Centre (Free) This is an exciting period for the Shoreham Society and Shoreham in general. Join us and find out what we have been doing over the last year and what we plan for the future. Full details at

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Old Shoreham.A warm welcome to anyone who would like to join us for Holy Communication on Sundays at 8.30am and 10.00am and Wednesday at 9.30am or Sung evensong on 1st Sunday of every month at 6pm. Why not come and try our popular monthly Coffee and Cakes on a Saturday morning - eat in or take away cakes! Normally 3rd Saturday of the month but full details of dates on our Facebook page.”

Raphael, A God Amongst Painters by Chantal Brotherton-Ratcliffe Monday 11th July 2022 Raphael

is one of the most famous names in art history and until the late 19th century to emulate him was the goal of most artists. This lecture asks “what is the magic of Raphael?” It takes a fresh look at Raphael, at the beauty and grace of his work and examines his astonishing ability to grow and transform himself over the years of his career. The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, BN44 3XZ 10:00am - 12:00. Free to members, £10 donation for visitors.

Southwick and Fishersgate Horticultural Society Meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of the month at Southwick Community Centre from 2-4pm. No meetings in January and August. Annual membership is £5 single or £8 per couple. Afternoon meeting entry is £5. New members & visitors always welcome. For further information please contact Julie 01273 596707

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Shoreham based charity The Ellie Thornton Foundation launches Free Festival-Themed family Fun Day! ELLIEFEST: Sat 9 July, 11AM - 5PM Clapham & Patching Village Hall, Worthing

ELLIEFEST, a festival-themed fun day and dog show that promises entertainment for the whole family. Taking place on Sat 9 July, 11am - 5pm at Clapham & Patching Village Hall, the day features live music, fabulous food, games and crafting activities for all ages. ELLIEFEST features a fun dog show, delivered in partnership with Sussex based Pet-Professionals, offering a range of categories from Most Handsome Hound to Pawfect Puppy. Jo Raine and Sarah Treagus of Pet-Professionals said: “We are thrilled to have been invited to run the dog show at ELLIEFEST and be part of such an important charity. We aim to make the day fun and enjoyable for all!” With games for adults and children alike, festival-goers will be able to test their sporting skills at beat the goalie and the coconut shy or chance their luck at the tombola and outdoor games. The craft village has no age limit, so families can spend some quality time together painting pottery or creating a festival flower crown. There will be a bouncy castle for little ones, face painting and nonsense poetry. The fun continues with Buckets of Fun from Southwick, who stretch little one’s imagination with sensory and messy play, songs and stories. If there’s too much excitement take some time and space in the chill-out tent. For those who prefer a slower pace, the Vintage Tea and Cake Cafe and all day barbecue will provide an opportunity to kick back and relax. With chilled beer, Pimms, speciality coffee and wood-fired pizza on the menu, there’s plenty to tickle your tastebuds. The day kicks off with West Sussex Rock Choir taking to the live music stage followed by performances from Shoreham All Stars’ young musicians, and acoustic sets by talented up and coming artists from the world-famous BRIT School, including: Sienna Melella, an experienced singer songwriter whose hauntingly beautiful vocals compliment her delightful guitar playing. Scarlett Rose, an alternative singer influenced by classical music and modern elements to create a

unique atmosphere of darkness and unknown magic. Harmony Tunbridge, a London based writer, producer and musician brings her unique combination of spoken word and bluesy vocals. India France, a master of laid back vocals with a jazz groove. Vera Lappenen, guitarist and lead singer with recently signed punk rock band Man Woman and Chainsaw. Those attending are encouraged to leave their cares at the gate and enter into the spirit of the day by donning feathers, sequins, masks, hats and rainbows along with a smile. ELLIEFEST was conceived to help raise funds for road safety initiatives around schools and families can take advantage of the road safety bus on site to develop their awareness and understanding. Grants are available to schools wishing to develop their road safety measures and can be applied for online: Ben Thornton, Ellie’s father said: “Ellie loved helping others and supporting different charities in any way she could. She also loved a festival so ELLIEFEST brings together some of her favourite things: family, games, music, animals and cake to help improve the lives of others” The funds raised will also be used to support families of children with additional needs through the provision of Ellie Days. This initiative was created to meet Ellie’s ambition to help other children enjoy family days out, especially the brothers and sisters of children with additional needs. Ellie was adamant that all children should access the fun of a family day, therefore priority is on enabling the siblings of children with additional needs The fund is set up in Ellie’s name and in her spirit of fun and adventure, to read the eligibility criteria and apply for a grant visit: For all enquiries email or call 07815 873025

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‘The Naked Truth’ by Dave Simpson Five very different women sign up for pole dancing at the local village hall, each of them with their own reasons for taking the class

When one of the women receives devastating news of a cancer diagnosis, the others soon pull together and decide to turn their new skill into a fundraising event. As each of the women’s stories unfolds, they share their laughter and tears in this hilarious, sad and ultimately moving play, a call to all women, celebrating strength through adversity. The dates are 6-9 July 2022 at 19:30. Tickets £12 online at or 0333 666 3366

The production is produced by local community theatre group, The Southwick Players at the Barn Theatre, Southwick Community Centre, 24 Southwick Street, Southwick, BN42 4TE

Rampion 2

7.00pm, Friday 15th July 2022, Room 3, Shoreham Centre Ten years after the Rampion windfarm was built, the Rampion 2 extension will double its size. Is this an essential addition or will it just spoil our sea views? Learn more

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To wear or not to wear a “posture brace”? Alex Beeston, registered osteopath at Shoreham Osteopathy Centre, explains… As an osteopath, this is a question that I receive often in clinic. It is very tempting after developing lower or upper back pain, to consider purchasing an expensive back/ posture brace to help ease the symptoms. This may provide temporary relief, but it is likely that individuals may become dependent on them, and after time become lured into a false reality, believing that without the brace they may do further harm to their back, which is very often not the case. Additionally, if we rely on a brace to provide postural support, we run the risk of exacerbating any muscular imbalances that may be present through lack of normal unrestricted movement. Especially with acute episodes of pain, our smaller, supportive postural muscles “switch off” and the larger muscles which usually are responsible for movement tighten up. It’s then important to recondition those postural muscles to support you again. If you rely on a posture brace, this process may take longer, as there is no need for them to work so hard.

amount of research backing up the prescription of movement and physical activity for relieving lower back pain, and experience has taught us that braces can often hinder the body’s own recovery process, if excessively used in the long term.

There is no ‘one size fits all’ posture, and everyone is built differently - your posture is unique to you. A posture brace may pull you into a unnatural, possibly uncomfortable, position, and as a result cause you to move less which is a stronger predictor of pain than posture alone.


As osteopaths, our two fundamental goals are to deliver effective pain relief through hands-on treatments, and also to encourage better quantity and quality movement in the long term. There is an overwhelming

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Summer Films at Ropetackle In late July, Ropetackle Cinema is excited to present a special summer festival of films with a common theme: to demonstrate different aspects of diversity and inclusivity. There are four festival films in all, two to be shown as matinees, and the other two presented as evening films. They range from a 1958 action classic to a more recent sensitive coming-of-age drama. SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL HIDDEN FIGURES For the first festival film Ropetackle Cinema has chosen a hitherto little-known true-life story. You may have seen films about the Space Race before but this is the first one about space racism. NASA is determined to send an astronaut on a trip around the earth and three big, brilliant brains are drafted in to help the all-white, male-only flight research team.The problem? It’s 1962. They’re women and they’re black. The incredible true-life story of three African-American mathematicians, the brains behind the momentous launch and safe return of astronaut John Glenn - crossed all gender, race and professional lines. Yet these same women were subject to all manner of demeaning rules including being unable to drink coffee from the communal coffee pot, attend briefing meetings and having to jog twenty minutes to the nearest toilet. They suffered these indignities stoically but the release, when it came, was glorious. Starring Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae in career-defining roles. Cert PG, duration 127 mins. Tuesday 19th July, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5. SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL THE DEFIANT ONES Equally intensely dynamic, Sidney Poitier and Tony Curtis turn in brilliant performances in a film that repudiates racial prejudice. One night in the American South, a truck loaded with convicts in the back swerves to avoid another truck and crashes through a barrier. The rescuers clearing up the debris discover that two convicts have escaped, a black man shackled

by the wrist to a white man because ‘the warden had a sense of humour.’ The two men, Noah Cullen (Poitier) and ‘Joker’ Jackson (Curtis), hate each other but they are forced to cooperate if they are to succeed in their plan to go North and jump a train and so reach freedom. At first their cooperation is motivated by self-preservation but gradually, as they flee through difficult terrain, weather and life-threatening situations, all the while pursued by Sheriff Muller and his posse, they begin to respect and like each other. This film won two Oscars and was nominated for seven others including Best Picture and Best Actor for both Curtis and Poitier. Directed by Stanley Kramer Cert U, duration 96 mins. Wednesday 20th July, 7.30 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £7. SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL:WONDER The aptly named Wonder is a warm, persuasive argument for tolerance. This perfect family film deals with diversity, inclusivity, worry and fear. It tells the inspiring and heart-warming story of August Pullman, a sci-fi obsessed boy who always wears a space helmet. Auggie’s severe facial disfigurements prevented him from going to a mainstream school and he had been homeschooled. When he negotiates the pitfalls of an elementary school for the first time as an outcast 10-year-old, Auggie outdoes his classmates and becomes the most unlikely of heroes winning an award in recognition of his many small acts of kindness that made the school a better place. If at first his new classmates and the larger community struggle to discover acceptance, Auggie’s extraordinary journey unites them and proves you can’t blend in when you were born to stand out. Julia Roberts plays Isabel, mum to Auggie and

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27 his teenage sister. Dad Nate (Owen Wilson) rounds out the family. In Jacob Tremblay’s film with a big heart, themes of compassion, acceptance and kindness sound loud and clear. Cert PG, duration 113 mins. Tuesday 26th July, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5. A SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL offering VICTOR VICTORIA The last festival film is in the evening slot: a marvellous mixture of genders, a blatant attack on sexual attitudes that is both challenging and hilarious. Down on their luck in 1934 Paris, struggling soprano Victoria Grant (Julie Andrews) and gay cabaret singer ‘Toddy’ Todd (Robert Preston) hatch a scheme to pass her off as female impersonator Count Victor Grazinski. They will become successful, rich and famous. However, Chicago club owner King Marchand (James Garner) begins to fall for him/her, much to the dismay of his ditzy blonde lover and his macho bodyguard. Driven by a fantastic lead turn from Julie Andrews, this twisted musical comedy where a woman pretends to be a man impersonating a woman deals with transvestism and sexual identity. The genre that had been a cosy form of family entertainment became stereotypically synonymous with homosexuality. Blake Edwards, director, chose to stress the gay element in his sharp, funny and entertaining romp. Cert 15, duration 132 mins. Wednesday 27th July, 7.30 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £7.

1929/30s Berlin as the Nazis are ascending to power during the twilight of the Jazz age. At the seedy Kit Kat nightclub, under MC Joel Grey, Liza Minnelli is divine as American cabaret singer Sally Bowles. Bob Fosse’s direction and choreography are scintillating. Cert 15, duration 122 mins. Tuesday 12th July, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5. MY FIRST CINEMA THE HIGHWAY RAT The tale of a ravenous rat who craves buns and biscuits and all sweet things. Tearing along the highway, he searches for sugary treats until his sweet tooth leads him to a sticky end. Based on the story by Julia Donaldson. Cert U, duration 25 mins. Animation. Friday 22nd July, 11.00 am. £4.00 child & adult pair, £3 per additional child or adult, under 18 months old free – tickets from Box Office or on-line. Little High Street, Shoreham by Sea, W. Sussex BN43 5NG. 01273 464440 www.ropetacklecentre.


Film fans continue to be well catered for outside the festival, with an attractive selection for the regular Relaxed And Friendly and My First Cinema slots, plus another matinee film: A RELAXED AND FRIENDLY FILM open to all TOP HAT Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers are at their irresistible, unforgettable best in this screwball, confused-identities plot. Enter into a glittering world of wealth, class and elegance accompanied by unforgettable songs by Irving Berlin. Cert U, duration 100 mins. Monday 11th July, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5. Carers free/refreshments included. A MATINEE FILM CABARET The great musical of style and sleaze is set in





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Fun for All the Family It’s that time of year again, when delightful Donkeys come out to play! Adur East Lions will once again be holding their annual Family Fun Day in Buckingham Park. This year it’s being held on Sunday 3rd July, from 11am to 4pm and we’re all keeping our fingers firmly crossed that the weather is kind to us.

also be opening the event for the second year in a row. It’s sure to be a fantastic day, so pencil it in your diary today. We hope as

This year’s event will be packed full of fun and games galore like never before. Not only will we have our Classic Car Rally, together with the famous donkey rides and Cole’s Fun Fair, but we’ve also secured many exciting attractions, such as The Shoreham Allstars, Birds of Prey from Falconry 1066, Karate displays, Wickers gymnasts, Punch & Judy, Worthing Larks Morris Dancers, Zumba and children’s entertainer, Isabella. There will be numerous stalls and games to keep you and your family entertained throughout the day. We will also have refreshments, such as our own Tea and Cake tent for when you need a little pick-meup. If you fancy something stronger, why not head to the Beer tent, run by our neighbouring Lions Club from Rottingdean & Saltdean. We have also arranged a burger van, Tai food van, Ice Cream Van, Donut van and a Slushie station. We’re confident something is sure to tempt your tastebuds! Carol Cleveland (of Monty Python fame), will

many people as possible from our local area will come and support the event, as it helps us raise much needed funds that we can then funnel back into the Community - We look forward to meeting you on the day, but if you fancy helping out - Maybe serving cakes or making teas, putting up our gazebo’s, manning the parking or even picking up after the Donkeys, we’d love to hear from you (as let’s face it, we need as many hands as possible)! See you all Soon!

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Tours of St Mary de Haura possible again at last

Have you ever wondered when and why part of the magnificent 900-year-old church in our town centre collapsed, with some of the ruins still visible today? Or perhaps you may be curious to know why it is now a Grade 1 listed building for architectural as well as for historical reasons. Now is your chance to find out the answers and hear lots of interesting facts and myths about the church which is still an integral part of our local community. The church of St Mary de Haura is truly remarkable. The earliest documentary evidence of its existence is 1103. It was in the early decades of the 12th century that Philip de Braose, a knight who had been on the 1st Crusade and the son of one of William the Conqueror’s leading barons, completed the church for ‘New Shoreham’ as the settlement to the South of ‘Old Shoreham’ came to be known. The growth of Shoreham as a thriving port in the 12th and 13th centuries was reflected in the extension of the church and the fact that it became a Royal Port. Today, architectural historians regard this gem of a church as a magnificent example of a ‘composite’ style with elements of the Romanesque or Norman) and the Gothic styles. Over the next two months, you can take a tour of the church on these dates: Saturday 9th July 1pm

Saturday 23rd July 1pm Wednesday 3rd August 1pm Wednesday 10th August 1pm Saturday 13th August 10am Wednesday 17th August 1pm Wednesday 24th August 1pm No need to book, just come to the church - tours will last about an hour – and learn something of this extraordinary building and its place in the history of the town. Tours are free but we are grateful for donations to support the on-going costs of looking after this ancient building.

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In April’s edition I wrote about visiting Photo London which is a large exhibition held at Somerset House for a few days in May. Obviouslyphotography is the main art form on display but there are many sculptures, videos, projections, multimedia pieces and installations as well.

I’ve visited this annual event a few times now and it always inspires me in several ways. Firstly, I see classic photographs which I am familiar with but have only viewed in books, magazines or online. Photo London

Boateng and the truly wonderful Thandiwe Muriu who celebrates her Kenyan roots by using the rich colours and vibrancy the African continent is renowned for. I recommend that you visit her website but be prepared to have your retinas scorched by the ultra vibrant colours ! Thirdly, I am always interested to see the latest work being produced by contemporary favourites such as Nick Knight and Richard Ansett. Richard was represented this year by the

displays some original prints or prints made from original negatives where the fine detail, which can sometimes be lost in copies or magazine reprints, can be clearly seen. Secondly, I discover many photographers and installation artists from all over the world for the first time including established or up and coming talents. This year I was particularly captivated by the astounding colour images by African photographers such as Saidou Dicko, Derrick Ofosu

Lucy Bell Gallery which can be found in St Leonards just an hours drive or train journey along the coast.

A gallery that I have enjoyed visiting several times over recent years. I hope my photographs on this page capture a little of the atmosphere of last month’s event.

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Luke’s selfless service gets Royal Jubilee approval An official Jubilee project to celebrate volunteers from across the country has seen a junior doctor from University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust named as one of the most outstanding volunteers in the UK.

Together Co provides support for people who are suffering loneliness. I am a Trustee for the charity and we had 500 volunteers helping over the last year.

The Royal Voluntary Service launched the Platinum Champions Awards for volunteers to honour their patron, Her Majesty the Queen, and her 70 years of service. Thousands of people aged from 16 to 101 from all over the UK and supporting a range of causes were nominated and from these nominations, 490 volunteers were hand-picked by a judging panel. All Platinum Champions will receive a specially designed pin and a signed certificate from HRH the Duchess of Cornwall. The 70 most outstanding volunteers have also been invited to celebrate at a special edition of The Big Jubilee Lunch in London on the 5 June.

Luke Tester, who works in A&E at The Royal Sussex County Hospital, in Brighton, and Princess Royal Hospital, in Haywards Heath, is one of those 70 – and one of only three whose volunteer story was filmed by the BBC and broadcast on The One Show earlier this week. He has been volunteering since he was 16 years old and now dedicates himself to over 1000 hours of unpaid work a year – on top of long shifts at the hospital. Luke, who didn’t know anything about the award until the BBC turned up at the Amex Stadium in Brighton when he was volunteering for St John, said: “It was a massive surprise to me. I couldn’t believe it when the One Show turned up. It was the last thing I was expecting but it is great to receive an award.”

Luke, who is 27, added: “I first started volunteering when I was 14 when I was doing my Duke of Edinburgh award. “I mainly volunteer for a charity called Together Co, based in Brighton, and St John Ambulance.

“At the moment with St John I am acting district clinical lead. So I'm responsible for all of our healthcare professionals and the clinical outputs in Sussex and as well as being an operational doctor myself going out to events providing medical cover.” Over the past year or so Luke has helped Afghanistan refugees arriving in the UK from their war-torn country and also trained fellow volunteers in providing Covid vaccinations.

Luke said: “That’s part of the attraction: the different opportunities volunteering provides. I get responsibilities, development, leadership, opportunities to meet new people, to experience new things, to attend courses that I can't get elsewhere.

“I've been really fortunate to do that over the last decade or so, and now I'm in a position where I've developed a skill set and can help others within the charities.

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Greenfingers… the Alan Titchmarsh column He’s a brilliant presenter, accomplished gardener, talented novelist and all-round horticultural inspiration. This month, Alan Titchmarsh talks about immersing ourselves in the great outdoors this summer.

back that the person isn’t into nature, or doesn’t know where to start when it comes to pruning or trimming.

Get out! Get out! Get out! Yes, you – I’m telling you to get up, put your shoes on, open the door and immerse yourself in what a wonderful country and wonderful landscape this is. Even after my 70-plus years here, I am proud and passionate and loyal to the UK, and I could never live anywhere else; and while those emotions hold firm all year round, in my mind there is never a better time to soak up the majesty of nature than now, with the sun out, the days growing longer, and nature unequivocally at her most resplendent. When I suggest getting outdoors in this way – and I suggest it a lot! – on some occasions I get the answer

In reality, it doesn’t matter. Of course I want our gardens to be at their most beautiful as regularly as they can, but these spaces are as much about what they give us, as they are what we give them. So while our own lawns and beds and trellises are often a priority, in these early days of summer I would encourage you to take the opportunity to sample those of others… in the wild, at a country house, even at a neighbour’s. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so get out there, get imitating, and get inspired. And by the way, take your kids… every time. Get them off their consoles, prise them away from social media – it’s really good for

them to see this whole other side of things. It’s funny, the three big things government are always ranting on about are law and order, health, and education. That’s fair enough. And yet, time outdoors, time gardening, gives us all of them. If you’re letting off steam, you’re less likely to use your anger in a place where it wouldn’t be suitable. If you’re out there, you’re learning about how things grow, so that’s the education element. And the health part is obvious fresh air, exercise, open spaces gardens, parks, woodland, moorland. I know it sounds terribly tribe, but I do think if some of these world leaders just went out and pottered about in their garden for an hour every Saturday letting off steam, the world just might be a better place! So, please… get out!

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SWIM, RIPPLE DIVE Solo Show of Paintings by Emily Ball

SWIM, RIPPLE, DIVE is an exhibition that charts the development of this body of work. The series consists of two 12ft paintings, four 8ft x 4ft paintings, together with lots of smaller work (drawings and paintings) – both on canvas and on paper. Painting for 30 years and teaching for twenty five, Emily works mainly in oils, on canvas and paper: “I love this medium for its immense versatility, sumptuous colour and consistency, together with its forgiving and tactile qualities”. She is open to all the possibilities that paint offers and strives to develop a vocabulary for colour, mark and movement that is uniquely personal to her and characteristic of her chosen subject.

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