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Editor’s Comment Hello, Welcome to the September edition of The Inside Shoreham and Southwick Magazine August was gorgeous sunshine. September is set for lower temperatures and rain! What ever the weather, Shoreham is always a lovely place to be! Lots to read in this issue, as well as, so many clubs are getting back into the swing of things! Fabulous for everyone. 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 is always the 1st week of the preceding month. Around the 5th of September for October. Warm regards Angela

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CONTENTS Pembrokes -New Mortgage?.................11 Brook Harrison...................................13 Local Groups & Listings................15/17 Sussex MS Centre............................. 19 The Arts Society, Steyning..................19 Chestnue Tree House’s.......................23 What you KNEED to know about ACL................................ 25 Ropetackle Cinema ............................26 St Mary - Pet Service........ ................ 30 The Food partnership.........................31 Shoreham Chamber Choir............ .....31 Steve Boyle - Rencontre d’Arles..........32 Exhibition - Jon Peaty....................... 32 Learn to Sing Course..........................36 Wind Rush Festival............................36 East Lions -Success on Seas ............ 37 Index Page.........................................34

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AVERAGE STANDARD VARIABLE RATE REACHES A 13-YEAR HIGH. IS IT TIME YOU LOOKED FOR A NEW MORTGAGE DEAL? how the interest rate affects finances for a £250,000 If a previous mortgage deal has ended and you’ve not taken out a new one, you could be repayment mortgage with a term of 25 years. paying a much higher rate of interest. Interest rate Monthly repayment Total interest paid When you take out a mortgage, the deal is for a fixed period, often two, three or five years. After this period, you’ll normally be moved on to your lender’s SVR. While this can provide more flexibility – you may wish to make overpayments, for example – the interest rate you’re paying is unlikely to be competitive. The average standard variable rate for June 2022 reached 4.91% To tackle rising inflation, the Bank of England (BoE) has increased its base interest rate several times this year. Changes to the base rate affect the cost of borrowing, including mortgages. If your mortgage isn’t fixed-rate, you’ve likely already noticed that your repayments have started to increase. As SVRs are usually higher than other types of mortgage product, homeowners that haven’t searched for a new mortgage deal could find they’re paying much more in interest than they need to. According to Moneyfacts, the average SVR in June 2022 reached 4.91%. This is the highest recorded since February 2009. Rates can vary significantly between lenders, so you should check how much interest you’re paying and how it affects your outgoings. Even a small difference in the interest rate can save you money each month, and this adds up over the full term of your mortgage. The below table highlights T. 01273 774855 E. W.

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Brook Harrison A wiry man with a wispy, continental style beard inspired from his days as an art student in Paris, Brook Harrison was a familiar sight in Shorehamby-Sea in the early years of the 20th Century. With his sketchpad or canvas, easel and paints, he captured the landscapes and buildings of the area. In the garden studio of his home, Harrison completed at least 200 pastoral-style paintings using watercolour or oils. He depicted the Red Lion public house in vivid colour circa 1900. Other works recorded the tall sailing ships docked in the Aldrington Basin and the Salt Daisy Lake. The Royal Pavilion and Museum of Brighton and Hove now have this stunning watercolour scene in their collection. Brook Harrison also painted a watercolour of the famous Mystery Towers as they were being constructed in the harbour during World War I and this artwork is held by the Imperial War Museum in London.

The old Norfolk Bridge, with its two elegant arches topped by a horse statue on one end and a lion on the other is a picturesque scene sadly lost to modern infrastructure. Similarly many of the thatched cottages of Old Shoreham that Harrison charmingly painted have since been demolished. The quiet lanes with their overhanging trees and plodding cattle are now suburban streets. A collection of his oil paintings captures the lost beauty of the Swiss Pleasure Gardens of 1911, an attraction that once brought day-trippers to Shoreham in their droves. The Swiss Gardens paintings are held by the Marlipins Museum and may have been among the many works found in a cupboard by Harrison’s daughter Nina after his death in 1930. Brook Harrison also made some items of furniture, re-using wood that had once been part of the old Buckingham House. Brooking Alfred Wrankmore Harrison was born on the 17th of May 1860. He was the only child of Brooking Baylay Harrison and his wife Victoria, whose mother Jane Butler came from Shoreham-By-Sea. Brooking senior was a draughtsman who was killed by being stuck by lighting. Brook Harrison studied at the Brighton Municipal School Of Art. Having been originally based at the Royal Pavilion it moved to Grand Parade in 1876. He then attended Julian’s

Academy in Paris. He married Lucy Anne Hayes from Somerset on the 27th of June 1888, in Hove. They had four children and moved from 55 Blatchington Road, Hove to 67 Victoria Road, Shoreham.

The eldest daughter was Lucie Emmeline (18891978) who emigrated to America in 1909 as a lady’s companion. In 1911 she married Cecil Abram Hoagland. The Harrisons’ eldest son was also called Brooking (1896-1918). He and their youngest son, Garland (1900-1918) were both members of the St Mary’s church choir and Shoreham scouts. Both were tragically killed in the First World War. The youngest daughter was Nina (1891-1963) who stayed living with her parents. Brook Harrison worked as a teacher, teaching still life at his old school in Brighton and was a founding member of the Brighton Art Club. He was also a founder of the Marlipins museum. The Marlipins hosted an exhibition of his works after his death in 1930 and again in 1998. Charles Morris of the Society Of Sussex Painters who was a friend of Brook Harrison, said of him, “He just loved painting.” Judy Upton Source Marlipins Museum exhibition pamphlet Photo: By Unknown author - Frederick Campbell Moffatt (1975), “The Breton Years of Arthur Wesley Dow”, in Archives of American Art Journal, volume 15, JSTOR 1556933, Public Domain,

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Local Groups & Listings Mindfulness Meditation

Shoreham Book Club

Southwick Trefoil:Girl Guiding for Adults

Every Monday at 12 noon in the Shoreham Yoga and Wellness Rooms: For further details, please email Paul:

Tuesday yoga 6pm Shoreham Centre Wednesday yoga online zoom 7:15pm. Saturday yoga online zoom 10am. All classes are 1 hour https://www.nicolaharmanyoga. 07844070448

Pilates at Southwick Christian Community

Church Thursday 9.30-10.30am Lovely, friendly class. Beginners welcome. Also in Shoreham, Lancing & on zoom Contact Sharon 07969 610030 for more info & to book your place

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. 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:

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

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

We meet once a month. The last Tuesday of each Month at the Crabtree Pub at 7.30 in the snug Please email for more information

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 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

The Shoreham Chess Club

The Club has recently moved to Address: Sussex Yacht Club; 85/89 Brighton Rd, Shoreham-bySea, 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.

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.

UKESALOUD Ukulele lessons

UKULELE COURSE NEW 6-week Ukulele Course for Adult Beginners starting Saturday 17th September 2022 at the Crabtree Inn, Shoreham by Sea. Please Call: 07931 372694 or email: for further details and to book your place on the course. No previous experience required. Booking essential.

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Southwick Bowls Club

Southwick Recreation Ground. 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 are between 7.15 & in the Deall room at the Southwick Community Centre. The next two Southwick meetings of the above mentioned railway Interest group are.September 12th Film of steam-in action. With Derek Osborne October 10th. Southern and British Railway coaches by Mike King.A donation of £3, to help cover expenses is requested from visitors. We apologise if any late changes to the programme are made.Contact Peter Jones. 07938553364

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.

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. Please contact Julie 01273 596707

St Nicolas Church

St Nicolas Church, Old Shoreham. A warm welcome to anyone who would like to join us for Holy Communion on Sundays at 8:30am or 10:00am, Wednesday at 9:30am or Sung Evensong at 6:00pm on the 1st Sunday of every month. Why not come and try our popular monthly Coffee and Cakes on a Saturday morning, from 10:00am to 12:30pm. There will be a great selection of cakes, to eat in or take away, and also jams with a low carbon footprint as they are mainly made from local fruit. Normally 3rd Saturday of the month but for full details of dates see: uk/events or St Nicolas Church facebook page

Art History Discussion Group

Starts September 2022. Monthly meetings in Shoreham.Mondays 2.30 - 4.00 For further information contact Tim.

Southwick Camera Club

Meets at the Southwick Community Centre, Southwick Street BN42 4TE at 7.30pm on Thursdays from September to May. Membership is open to anyone interested in photography at all levels from beginner to experienced. Anyone interested in joining will be welcomed at any of our meetings. For more details go to or you can email us at

Cafe Church at St Giles Church Hall,

2nd Sunday of each month. Coffee and croissants at 9:45 followed by a short, interactive service. Church, but not as you know it!

The Fleet Air Arm Assoication South Downs Branch.

Comradship, Meet old Friends, social & Formal Events. 11.30am to 13.00pm. 4th Wednesday of each Month. Contact 07792609685

Concert for our Princess - Songs for Peace

1830 Sat17 September St Nicolas Church Old Shoreham. More details and tickets https://www.

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Sussex MS Centre Sussex MS Centre is a small independent charity supporting people living with Multiple Sclerosis (and their families and carers) and is run by two full time and one part-time member of staff. They are supported by approximately 45 volunteers. Our catchment area takes in East and West Sussex and members travel from as far as London, Surrey, Kent and Hampshire on occasion.

With the simple aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people living with MS, we give a genuinely positive environment for our members to access our services to suit their individual needs.

We offer a variety of therapies, group classes (online and live), activities and regular social events and there are daily sessions of Oxygen Therapy to help with the symptom management of MS. The Centre supports and empowers our members to share their experiences with one another helping to lessen the impact that MS has on their everyday lives. Wherever possible we will help those with other conditions who may wish to have Oxygen Therapy. Sussex MS Centre receives no funding from government statutory bodies, so we rely on the donations of members, charitable trusts, grant bodies, funds raised by community

The Arts Society, Steyning Creating An Imaginary World - Theatre Design From Temple to Playhouse, Into The Picture Frame And Out Again by Bertie Pearce Monday 12th September 2022

Theatre design is one of the world’s most beautiful, varied and lively art forms. This lecture looks at the relationship between actor and audience and how this transformed the space and architecture

groups – and, of course, the support of individuals taking on sponsored events and challenges for the Centre. Our next big fundraising event is with 17 people abseiling down the Spinnaker Tower on Saturday 17 August! If you are interested in doing this or something else like this, please contact events@

If you would like to know more about the Centre or to join our Centre please feel free to drop in and have a look round or ring us and we arrange an appointment. We are located in Southwick at Croft Avenue, Southwick Recreation Ground, Southwick, BN42 4AB. Our email address is info@mssussex. com and our telephone number is 01273594484.

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of theatre throughout the ages - from the Greeks to court theatre, the Globe to the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, looking at great architects, practitioners and designers. This lecture aims to bring to life the magical world of theatre. The Steyning Centre, Fletchers Croft, BN44 3XZ 10:00am - 12:00. Free to members, £10 donation for visitors.

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Chestnut Tree House’s Make a Will Month October is Chestnut Tree House’s Make a Will Month, a month when some local solicitors agree to waive their Will-writing fees in return for a donation to Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice. During October, you can have a simple single Will written for just a £110 donation, or a simple joint Will for £160. This donation could enable a nurse to make a visit to a child in their own home, ensuring they are cared for, and their family are supported, so you will make a real difference. To find out which solicitors are taking part and how Make a Will Month works, visit or call 01903 706351.

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What you KNEED to know about the ACL Jenny Davys, registered osteopath at Shoreham Osteopathy Centre, looks at an injury that’s hit the headlines… The Lionesses have come home!!! I’m writing on the day the England women’s football team won the UEFA Cupl! And the winning goal was scored by Chloe Kelly who, just three months ago, had an operation to repair her ACL. But what IS the ACL?

ACL stands for Anterior Cruciate Ligament – an important connective tissue within your knee, which stops the shin (tibia) from slipping forward of your thigh (femur). There is also a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), which stops the tibia sliding backwards. “Cruciate” comes from the Latin for a cross, as these two ligaments cross over each other inside the knee.

Both ACL and PCL are important for stabilisation of the knee, but the ACL is more frequently injured, particularly in women. The ACL is smaller, thinner and more vulnerable than the PCL. The PCL is mainly damaged by over-bending (hyperflexion) of the knee, often caused by impact to the lower leg/shin. On the other hand, several movements in sport or daily activity may damage the ACL:

Rotating your knee with foot on the ground – eg landing from a jump and twisting knee the opposite way

quickly changing direction when running or walking sudden deceleration or stopping when running

over-extending (straightening >180 degrees) your knee

Think how often these movements occur in, say, tennis, skiing, netball… and of course football! Dancers too may be susceptible.

ACL injuries range from a sprain, to a tear, to full rupture . Pain may be felt within the knee on movement, there may be a popping sound and the knee may feel unstable (as if it might collapse). Minor sprains usually heal with rest, pain relief, exercises and supportive taping. Worstcase scenario, an ACL rupture is marked by rapid and severe swelling of the knee and needs reconstructive surgery (as per our Chloe!). Restoration of full stability may take months, including a rehab programme and knee brace.

Ideally, please get any pain in your knee checked out by a professional. Our caring team at SOC will conduct a full assessment and help you back to scoring those goals or leaping around the stage!

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Ropetackle Cinema Ropetackle Cinema is sorry to announce that the summer festval of four themed films had to be cancelled. We apologise for the disappointment and any inconvenience caused. Those who purchased advance tickets will, of course, be entitled to a full refund. Three films to be shown in August remain as scheduled: A FAMILY FILM:ERNEST AND CELADINE Meet Ernest, a large and grumpy streetbear musician who one day comes across an orphan apprentice mouse dentist called Celestine. Persuaded not to eat her, they form a friendship that really shouldn’t happen but which, against all odds, prevails. Simply and beautifully animated, it’s a pleasure to watch this endearing story. Cert U, duration 80 mins. Animation. Wednesday 3rd August, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £4. A RELAXED AND FRIENDLY FILM open to all SUMMER HOLIDAY Presented in relaxed and friendly conditions - suitable for all, especially people with any form of memory loss. Bus mechanics do up a London double-decker as a hotel and drive it round Europe, picking up a stowaway and three stranded girls. Starring Cliff Richard singing those old, loved songs. Cert U, duration 107 mins. Monday 8th August, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5. Carers free/refreshments included.

A MATINEE FILM: THE DUKE 1961 London. An outspoken Newcastle taxi driver, Kempton Bunton (Jim Broadbent on top form), disgusted by the money spent on Goya’s painting of the Duke of Wellington for the National Gallery, mounts his own protest. He steals and hides the painting, sending ransom notes saying The Duke would be returned if the government invested more money in care for the elderly (including free television for pensioners). He is arrested and put on trial much to the consternation of his long-suffering wife, Dorothy (Helen Mirren). Cert 12A, duration 96 mins. Tuesday 23rd August, 2.00 pm. Tickets available from Box Office or on-line, £5.

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Pet Service at St Mary’s Sunday, October 2nd at 4pm Every October St Mary.s has a Pet Service in church. It is a short service, lasting about 30 minutes which is just the right amount of time for the animals and children who attend! Over the years we have had all sorts of pets, including dogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, tortoises, hamsters, cats... and even stick insects and goldfish!

The reason for the service is to give thanks to God for our animals and the love they both give and inspire in us. It’s really lovely to welcome pets and their owners into the church, particularly some of the people and dogs who are walked in the churchyard. Steve, the Curate says: “any animal is welcome as long as it is under control! It’s a joyful service and we look forward to seeing you and your pets. You can bring a photo if your pet won’t cope with other animals being around”

So do come along on Sunday October 2nd at 4pm - you are very welcome, with or without a pet!

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The Food Partnership

are running Growing New Roots “Wellbeing in nature” group this September, in partnership with the National Trust. These sessions will take place at Truleigh Hill with free transport provided from Shoreham by Sea. The group is for people who would benefit from time in nature to improve their wellbeing, such as those who’ve experienced depression, anxiety, stress or another mental health diagnosis. Typical activities include guided walks on the downs, conservation, mindfulness, forest bathing, foraging etc. Find out more below, or contact us with any questions. events/growing-new-roots-truleigh-hill1/

Shoreham Chamber Choir Shoreham Chamber Choir are having a “new choir members month” in September, with the opportunity to join us to sing madrigals and part songs in a concert on 6th October as part of Shoreham Wordfest.

Some musical experience is preferred, even if it’s that you used to play an instrument or sang in the choir at school! We rehearse on Tuesday evenings in St Nicolas church, Shoreham - first rehearsal will be 6th September at 7pm, simply turn up on the day.

Do feel free to drop us a message on the Shoreham Oratorio Choir facebook page if you’d like any more info!



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Rencontres d’Arles

The Arles Photo Festival..continued

Following on from last month’s article on the Arles Photo Festival, here are more thoughts and photographs.

The event is the largest photo festival in Europe offering 40 major exhibitions housed in wonderful buildings such as museums, libraries, churches, abbeys, council premises, period properties, large workshops, disused railway sheds and the recently completed Frank Gehry building, the Luma Tower. Multiple Fringe exhibitions can be found in smaller venues and many guerrilla exhibitions are pasted on exterior walls, displayed on easels or pegged to ‘washing’ lines around the walled city. There are also multiple digital projections outside after dark.

Obviously this means there is a lot to see but the added excitement for me are the personal photo opportunities that these displays provide. Photography is allowed inside exhibitions (unlike in many UK alleries) so including other people’s art in personal photographs is fully accepted. One of my favourite things to do is to capture people interacting with art. The city

of Arles was once a provincial capital of Ancient Rome and is famed for inspiring Vincent Van Gogh who enjoyed his most prolific period whilst living there, producing 187 paintings. There is a modern museum dedicated to his life and works and an area known as Espace Van Gogh whichhas a central ornamental garden surrounded by buildings which house 4 or 5 exhibitions during the festival.

Van Gogh enjoyed the quality of light in Southern France which is also to my liking for photography. This strong directional light provides the opportunity to take high contrast images which can have great impact.

The shadows thrown add interest to photographs and it’s a favourite trick of mine to utilise shadows to enhance my images. We know that the word @Photograph’ means to draw with light but of course, where there is directional light, there are strong shadows which can add a different dimension to a scene. You can see more of my images here: www.instagram. com/shoreham_steveng

celebration of visual lens based art.

After two years of lockdown I was able to visit last month. Understandably there was quieter feel as the visitors were fewer in number as was the volume of fringe events but there was so much to see and to experience. There were 40 main exhibitions and the usual fun element of photographers pasting their worked on outside walls for people to enjoy. These pasted pictures also give photographers interesting backdrops to use in their own photography as I have done here.

My main photograph captures the work of an artist known as DOUDOU. This monochrome work sets the scene for me to wait for a passer by in red clothing to add an accent of colour in the centre of the panoramic mage. My other two photographs were observed around the town. I cannot do justice to this festival in one article so I will continue this subject in next month’s issue. You can see more of my mages here:

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Exhibition of paintings, drawings and designs coming to the Shoreham Centre in September Jon Peaty was a local artist who had an impact both locally and nationally. His work included brand advertising, newspaper and magazine illustration, murals and cartoons. However, his first love was painting and this eventually became his main source of income. He held many one – man shows mainly in the UK but also in America and undertook portrait commissions on a regular basis. His own estimate was that he had painted some 3000 or more works. Painting is the field of work for which he would most want to remembered and so among the works exhibited there will be some 30 paintings.

Returning from war to Southwick, Jon also wanted to make a community contribution and he quickly got involved with the Southwick Community Centre and Southwick Players. His art skills were volunteered for a range of activities including Centre advertising and events, and sets and decor for the Southwick Players. He also founded the Southwick Art Club which continues to this day. Jon was known as a ‘character’ on the local scene, he had a great sense of fun and was a lover of landscape and nature. These qualities permeate the work on show. This exhibition will be the first showing of Jon’s work since his death. It illustrates his range of talents and will be of historic and artistic interest.

Members of the family will be at the gallery most days. If you have memories of Jon or maybe if you have one of his paintings, do come along, say hello and have a chat.

The exhibition ‘Jon Peaty – artist 1914-1991: A retrospective exhibition of paintings drawings and designs.’ opens at the Skyways Gallery at the Shoreham Centre, Pond Road on September 10th and runs until the 30th September (not Sundays). AH HA!

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Learn to Sing Course ~ Free!! Got a voice? Love a challenge? Want to sing in harmony with other men? Well now’s your chance as our new SING IN HARMONY course starts on Wednesday 5 October FREE for four weeks to encourage men to sing, make new friends and experience all the fantastic health benefits that singing can bring. The course is being run by the AWARD WINNING Chorus VOCAL FUSION ACAPELLA with their Director Zoe Peate on four consecutive Wednesdays at Dial Post Village Hall 8.00 – 9.15. It offers the opportunity to sing a range of four-part harmony songs in the “acapella” style and but we’ll also provide you with skills, including breathing exercises and vocal support, which will help you to sing well in any style. The SING IN HARMONY course is designed to bring out your inner diva but more importantly your voice. It includes a warm up session to prepare our bodies, voices and minds for singing, so this warm up will include some physical, vocal and mental exercises. During the course you will learn a song within the group, which makes it less daunting. And, very importantly, you do not have to be able to read music. The chorus provides high quality digital learning tracks that are separated into the 4 parts (Tenor, Lead, Baritone, Bass) to facilitate easy learning of the song. As well, we have an excellent music team and experienced members ready to teach and support all members of the chorus. So don’t be shy, come out and give it a try! You may just find an exciting and fun thing to add to your week.

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Success on the Seas (aka the Adur River)! On 16th July the town (and surrounding villagers) came out in force to support the long-awaited Raft Race organised by the Sussex Yatch Club on the Adur River. The weather was glorious and together with kayak and paddle-board racing, rafts of all shapes and sizes took to the river shortly after 2pm. Whilst sadly one raft didn’t make it to the start line (and another capsized soon after), all the remaining rafts made it a short way up the river and back to finish in front of Coronation Green - to the rapturous applause from hundreds of excited spectators lining the bridge and Green. Whilst many had doubts about probably the smallest craft in the water, the SeaLions raft came in a worthy Second Place! The raft was entered on behalf of the Adur East Lions, who you probably already know, regularly run events and activities in and around Shoreham, Fishersgate and Southwick (such as the Buckingham Park Family Fun Day or Santa’s Grotto at Manor Cottage, Southwick). Whilst you might be more likely to recognise the Lions on their stall at the Artisan Market each month, entering a raft, with the aid of four very able-bodied local lads, seemed a great way to get more involved with the community and raise the Clubs profile. Whilst the Lions offered their many years of life experience and various physical skills, the newly named ‘SeaLions’, made up of Tom, Gabe, Dan & Jon (pictured), built the boat entirely themselves (having never

attempted such a thing), and the result was truly spectacular. I won’t mention the ‘test run’ when dubious amounts of water began entering the craft - or the dust pan which was used throughout the Race to get as much water as possible, back in the River - the end result speaks for itself and we are very grateful for their time and commitment. We couldn’t have hoped for a better result..

A great day was had by all and the event raised awareness (and money) for charities including Sailability, Turning Tides, St.Barnabas House & Heron’s Dale Primary School. The SeaLions are determined to hang on to their title next year, and who knows, maybe even take 1st Place, so watch this space! If you’d like to learn more about the Lions, get involved, or help with any of our many activities, check out our Facebook page at www. or give us a call on 0345 833 7356. We’d love to hear from you - and don’t forget, you can always just stop by our stall at the Artisan Market for a friendly chat!

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