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FERRING Village Directory

CONTAINS FULL LISTINGS OF ALL YOUR VILLAGE CONTACTS KEEP BY YOUR PHONE ALL YEAR ROUND!

Find Ferring listings and 15 other local villages at www.villagedirectories.com

2016 - 2017


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WELCOME

Welcome

to the annual Ferring Village Directory. One of a series of Village Directories in Sussex. This directory is delivered free of charge to every home and business in Ferring and the surrounding area. It contains details of the local clubs, societies, churches etc. In fact all the information that is useful to residents. Village Directories keep residents informed, shopping locally and using local services. Our aim is to support the community and the directory devotes 50% of its content free of charge to useful local information. This publication is made entirely possible by local trades and services who advertise. Please make every effort to support them and to mention that you saw the advert in The Ferring Village Directory. We now have a new website which has all the listings and advertisers contained in this edition. The website also has similar listings of 15 other West Sussex villages so if you need any local contact details for community groups in West Sussex this website is a good place to start. It is designed to also work on your smart phone or tablet so please have a look and make it one of your ‘favourites’ so you can easily access the contact details you need whether at home or on the move. We hope you find the Directory useful and that you keep it to hand for the whole year until the next one arrives. The Village Directory Team

UNDER 5’s

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HORTICULTURAL & CONSERVATION

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WOMEN’S INTERESTS

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MEDICAL

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GUIDING & SCOUTING

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MUSIC DRAMA AND DANCE

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SPORT & LEISURE

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COUNCILS AND POLITICAL GROUPS

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SCHOOLS

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ADULT EDUCATION

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CHARITIES & ASSOCIATIONS

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COMMUNITY

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CHURCHES

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS

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CLUBS & SOCIETIES

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS

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INDEX OF VILLAGE INFORMATION

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HORTICULTURAL & CONSERVATION FERRING CONSERVATION GROUP An amenity society monitoring conservation matters in the village. We aim to preserve the open spaces and character of Ferring and oppose in-fill building. Approximately 900 members. Interesting speakers, on all aspects of conservation and wildlife, and brief discussion of business at meetings. New members welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL:

The Village Hall Last Friday monthly at 2.30 pm but May, June & July meetings are at 7.30 pm Debbie Dilks 01903 242900 debsdilks27@yahoo.co.uk

FERRING FLOWER CLUB For anyone interested in flowers and flower arranging. We hold regular demonstrations, and social events. Affiliated to NAFAS. New members welcome.

FERRING FUNTIME COMMUNITY PRE- SCHOOL A committee run pre-school catering for 26 children per session who enjoy a variety of activities including cooking and physical activities. We offer a healthy snack and drink mid-morning and afternoon. MEET: CONTACT:

Fledgelings Lodge, Ferring C of E Primary School (term time only) 5 days a week 8.50 am - 3.20 pm 01903 245907

SEEDLINGS Baby and Toddler Group, for 0-3s, parents, grandparents and carers. Baby changing and bottle warming facilities available. Ride on toys, puzzles, books, arts and crafts,rhyme time. £1.50 per adult.

MEET: St Andrew’s Church Centre, Drop in Fridays, 9.15 - 11.15 am Term Time Only MEET: Village Hall CONTACT: Lynn on 01903 241839 or 3rd Friday in the month 2.15 pm Emma 01903 911682 (not August or December) CONTACT: Mrs Goodbody GORING LITTLE FISHES TELEPHONE: 01903 785844 Is a very small group with a maximum of 16 FERRING HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY A society with approximately 150 members for anyone interested in all aspects of horticulture. Holds 3 shows per year in March, July and September. Plant sale May. Two coach outings to places of interest are also organised. New members always welcome. Why not join your local gardening club? MEET: Ferring Village Hall 1st Thursday of the month 7.30 pm (not April & August) CONTACT: Roger Wilde TELEPHONE: 01903 249098 MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Mrs Sandy Dall TELEPHONE: 01903 248000

children based at Goring United Reformed Church. We now have a purpose built playroom and a fantastic outdoor play area. Morning and afternoon sessions for children aged 2 - 5 years. Flexible sessions available. MEET: CONTACT:

Goring United Reformed Church Mornings and Afternoons All day sessions also available Elouise Spencer 07803 001018

NATIONAL CHILDBIRTH TRUST CONTACT:

0300 3300700

LA LECHE LEAGUE CONTACT: WEBSITE:

0345 1202918 www.laleche.org.uk

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SCHOOLS INTERESTS WOMEN’S FERRING W.I.

FERRING TOWNSWOMEN’S GUILD

New members welcome.

Welcomes all ladies for interesting meetings with a guest speaker. Groups formed by the Guild include a current affairs group.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Ferring Village Hall 2nd Wed 2 -4pm (not Aug) Liz Peters 01903 246922

FERRING DOWNS W.I. New members welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

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Ferring Village Hall 2nd Mon 7.30 pm (not August) Mrs Sue Fordyce 01903 249553

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Ferring Village Hall 1st Tuesday 2.15 pm Julia Fox 01903 248261

TREFOIL GUILD “Your Guiding days are never over” say the Trefoil Guild. Welcome anyone with an interest in the movement at their monthly meetings. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

St. Andrew’s Church Centre 2nd Wednesday 2 - 4pm Ruth Simms 01903 243212

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MEDICAL THE BARN SURGERY

NHS 111

22 FERRING STREET, FERRING, BN12 5HJ

111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free from landlines and mobile phones. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals. They will ask you a series of questions to assess your symptoms and immediately direct you to the best medical care for you. Available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

TELEPHONE: 01903 242638 WEBSITE: www.barnsurgery-ferring.nhs.uk DOCTORS:   Dr Ian Pidgeon Dr Claire Farrer RECEPTION HOURS: Monday 8 am - 5.00 pm Tuesday 8 am - 6.30 pm Wednesday 8 am - 5.00 pm Thursday 8 am - 12.00 noon Friday 8 am - 5.00 pm Sat and Sun Out of hours service ring 111 Please see website for regular information

RED CROSS MEDICAL LOAN TELEPHONE: 08000 280831 This service receives no funding and relies wholly on the voluntary donations. SOCIAL SERVICES Adult Services (Carepoint) TELEPHONE:

01243 642121

Children’s Services TELEPHONE:

01243 642555

Podiatrists are State Registered professionals at the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC). We are specialists in the medical assessment and treatment of the lower limb, including diabetes, foot pain, biomechanics and injury. We can prescribe insoles. We also cut and treat nails, corns, calluses, cracked heels, and infections such as fungus and verrucae. 120 Ferring Street, Ferring, West Sussex. BN12 5JP.

(01903) 246326 Email:feet@ferringfootclinic.com www.ferringfootclinic.com

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GUIDING & SCOUTING FERRING SEA SCOUT GROUP

1st FERRING RAINBOWS

BEAVERS: Age 5 3/4 - 8 years

MEET: Tuesday 4.30 - 5.30 pm CONTACT: Chrissie Trimmer TELEPHONE: 01903 246382

MEET: Thursday 5.45 - 7.15 pm CONTACT: Karen Keen TELEPHONE: 07944 034569 CUBS: Age 8 - 10 years MEET: Mondays 6.30 - 8.00 pm CONTACT: Kim Davidge TELEPHONE: 01903 246223 SEA SCOUTS: Age 101/2 - 14 years MEET: Tuesdays 6.45 - 8.45 pm CONTACT: Jo Dommett TELEPHONE: 07515 777252 All Above Groups meet at the Scout Hut, Meadow Way

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1st FERRING BROWNIES MEET: Tuesday 5.45 - 7.15 pm CONTACT: Jo Tuck TELEPHONE: 01903 694955 1st FERRING GUIDES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Tuesday 7.30 pm Jenney Trace 07973 480464 1stferringguides@gmail.com

Groups meet at St Andrew’s Church Centre, Ferring

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MUSIC DRAMA & DANCE FERRING AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY An old established friendly group who put on 3 productions a year. New members both acting and non-acting always welcome. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Ferring Village Hall, 7.30 - 10 pm Tuesdays & Thursday, between September and June. Pat Attree 01903 245973

FERRING DANCE CLUB This is mainly for retired people who enjoy dancing - Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence and also Line dancing. New members welcome. MEET: Ferring Village Hall Every Tues (except 1st Tues in month) 11.30 - 12.30 pm Beginners Line Dancing 1.45 - 2.45 pm Line Dancing Wednesday 7 - 7.30pm Beginners Sequence dance 7.30 - 9.30pm Open to all Popular Sequence dance CONTACT: Margaret Tibbs M.N.A.T.D TELEPHONE: 01903 245591 THE ROWLAND SINGERS Established in 1969 with currently about 70 members. We perform at least 3 concert series per year in the local area, comprising religious music (Easter), songs from musicals and shows (summer) and carols (Christmas). Occasional extra events with other groups. A very friendly group with social events throughout the year including the occasional overseas visit. No prior experience or knowledge is required. We work hard but have a lot of fun. MEET: WHEN: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Goring United Reformed Church Hall, Shaftesbury Avenue, Goring Every Wednesday 7.30 - 9.45 pm Helen Emery 01903 238792

ARUN ART SOCIETY The society has been in existence for over 40 years and consists of a group of approximately 60 experienced painters. All mediums used. An artist visits every third Saturday in the month to give a lecture, a demonstration or a talk on Art History. There is an annual exhibition for a week at the beginning of August in Ferring Village Hall. Membership by selection only. Ferring Village Hall Wednesday 9.30 am - 11.30 am Every 3rd Sat 2.30 - 4.30 pm (4th Saturday July & September) Speaker/demonstration at this meeting, visitors welcome £4 CONTACT: Judith Armstrong TELEPHONE: 01903 773907 MEET:

SOUTH DOWNS FILM MAKERS A club of approximately 50 members for anyone with an interest in making film. Internal and inter-club competitions, talks and demonstrations. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Ferring Village Hall 1st and 3rd Wednesday (Not August), 7.30 - 10.00 pm Bob Summers 01903 504203 www.southdownsfilmmakers.org.uk

ASPECT PROPERTY SERVICES All workmanship fully insured and guaranteed • • Design and install kitchens with tiling and • plastering work undertaken. • Bathrooms fitted with help • on DESIGN to create a vision. • • • Boiler installations and • replacements

Call Paul

Gas certificates External property maintenance Property conversions Soffit and facia’s Guttering. Plumbing work

07926196110

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01903 234064

01903 774131

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01903 881122

01903 700220

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▪ Business law ▪ Commercial property conveyancing ▪ Buying, selling and re‐mortgaging your home ▪ Divorce & family litigation ▪ Civil litigation ▪ Personal Injury claims ▪ Wills & probate

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SPORT & LEISURE FERRING CRICKET CLUB

FERRING CARPET BOWLS CLUB

Small, friendly cricket club playing traditional village cricket. Matches against neighbouring villages. Encourage colts - any age or ability.

A friendly club meeting 3 days a week. Annual subscription £15.00 with a £2 green fee for each session.

MEET: Every Saturday and Sunday MEET: The Barn, Catholic Church Hall, throughout the cricket season Goring Way. at Little Twittens (off Sea Lane) Monday & Wednesday Mornings CONTACT: Secretary Ian Edwards and afternoons. EMAIL: info@ferringcricket.co.uk Tuesday - morning only. WEBSITE: www.ferringcricket.co.uk CONTACT: Gordon Parementer TELEPHONE: 01903 366863 FERRING FOOTBALL CLUB Established in 1952. We have two Saturday senior teams, First team play in Sussex County League Division 2, ‘A’ team play in the Worthing and Brighton Premier League. Vets team play on Sundays. Teams U6 - U16. Training throughout the week, matches on Saturdays and Sundays. PLAY: Glebelands for Home matches Home and Away matches on Saturday & Sunday WEBSITE:

www.ferringfc.co.uk

CHAIRMAN: Deane Culver TELEPHONE: 07747 333380 FERRING TENNIS CLUB Open to all ages over 14 years. The tennis club use public courts at Glebelands and play during summer and winter. There is a small annual membership fee and a small playing fee. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Summer & Winter Months, daily sessions Cathy Lamb 01903 203059 cathy123lamb@hotmail.com

ARUN/ADUR CYCLISTS TOURING CLUB A group of approximately 30 people. The main activity is a ‘club run’ on Sunday as well as some shorter mid-week rides. See the ‘runs list’ for details. New members always welcome. CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Peter Wilson 01903 755765

FERRING LADIES KEEP FIT CLASS A group of ladies of all ages who meet once a week during term time for musical movement. Payment is per session. Ring for details of availability. MEET: The Village Hall Monday 11.30 - 12.30pm (not July or Bank Holidays) CONTACT: Mandi Stapleton TELEPHONE: 01903 246845 BAILEYS:BAILEYS 29/7/08 12:14 Page 1

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Concerned about your home being sold to fund your future care fees? The Issue

You probably own your home as joint tenants if you are a couple and solely if you are single. For couples this means you own it wholly, jointly and severally. Ultimately therefore you do not own it 50:50 as you might have assumed. You actually own all of it together and when one partner dies the surviving partner owns it solely and absolutely. It is sole and absolute ownership that enables a whole property to be taken into consideration as an asset by the local authority and puts the property in danger of needing to be sold to fund care.

The Reality Today

The care Act 2014 introduced in April 2015 allows local authorities to assess your assets to determine if you need to pay for your own care under the new charges and assessment of resources regulations. Currently if you have assets above £23,250, you are on your own and require care, you will probably have to pay for it all - currently averaging around £1,000 per week. Savings, cash and income would be used first and then your property would need to be taken into consideration. You would be expected to pay for all of your care until such time as your assets were depleted to below the £23,250 threshold. You would then pay for a proportion of your care until your assets were below £14,250 - at which point all your future care would be paid for after any relevant income was taken into account.

The Solution

For couples, simply by changing the way you own your property well in advance of any care considerations i.e. from joint tenants to tenants in common and by setting up two property Trusts either immediately or within a properly structured Will at the same time in most cases, protect the integrity of your home should you ever require care in the future, so long as avoiding care fees was not a primary motivating reason behind the implementation of the strategy - i.e. you should be looking to protect your half of your property should your spouse remarry after your death, or you should be looking to ensure that your children would not lose 50% of their inheritance should they be made bankrupt or divorce or for example you should be looking to prevent a generational inheritance tax burden in the future. These are all sound reasons for implementing this strategy which in themselves are not deliberate deprivation of assets, but the implementation of which protects the integrity of the property.

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SCHOOLS LOCAL COUNCILS, CIVIC AMENITIES AND POLITICAL GROUPS FERRING PARISH COUNCIL 1 Elm Park, Ferring, West Sussex BN12 5RN

COUNTY COUNCILLOR: Mr Peter Evans

TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

01903 249449 www.arun.gov.uk/ferring.

LOCAL MP

Parish Clerk: EMAIL: OFFICE HOURS

Mrs Nadine Phibbs ferring-pc@btconnect.com Mon - Thurs 9am - 12 noon

House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA

The Parish Council meets approximately every six weeks at the Village Hall. All Full Council meetings are open to the public. COUNCILLORS: CHAIR: Cllr Carole Robertson VICE- CHAIR: Cllr Terry Jackson COUNCILLORS: Cllr Stephen Abbott Cllr Maura Blackburn Cllr Peter Evans Cllr Geoff Mines Cllr Stephen Horn

Cllr Richard Plumb Cllr Roger Elkins Cllr Ruth Sims Cllr Frazer Palmer

DISTRICT COUNCILLORS: Cllr Roger Elkins & Cllr Colin Oliver-Redgate

Peter Bottomley MP TELEPHONE: 020 7219 5060 FAX: 020 7219 1212 EMAIL: bottomleyp@parliament.uk POLITICAL GROUPS Conservative  West Worthing Constituency Office TELEPHONE: 01903 235168 Labour Party WEBSITE: http://worthingwestlabour.org.uk Liberal Democrats Dr James Walsh TELEPHONE: 01903 773771 EMAIL: james.walsh@westsussex.gov.uk UK Independence Party TELEPHONE: 01903 885573

Scotch Dyke Residential Home

• We offer a home from home experience.

• Pets welcome by arrangement.

• Caring and fully trained staff are available 24 hours per day.

• Daily activities and trips out.

• En suite facilities are available in most rooms. • Permanent or short stays (as available).

• All rooms are tastefully furnished and residents are encouraged to bring any items of furniture or possessions. • Special diets catered for.

Westermain

Scotch Dyke Residential Home, 38 Beehive Lane, South Ferring. BN12 5NR Scotch Dyke Residential Home, 38 Beehive Lane, South Ferring For further contact Sharon or Diane 01903or242061 For details further details contact Sharon Dianescotchdyke@gmail.com 01903 242061 14

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SCHOOLS

ADULT EDUCATION

FERRING C of E PRIMARY SCHOOL

NORTHBROOK COLLEGE

Sea Lane, Ferring, Worthing, BN12 5DU

Littlehampton Road, Worthing, West Sussex Brochures with full details of courses are available in local libraries or from the college. For further information contact:

TELEPHONE: 01903 243945 FAX: 01903 506438 EMAIL: office@ferring.w-sussex.sch.uk HEADTEACHER: CHAIR OF GOVERNORS:

Mrs G. S. Silk, MA Mrs S. Pratt

Ferring CE Primary School is a happy and caring village school, committed to producing lifelong learners within a child-centred approach, based upon Christian values where every child matters and everybody counts. We aim to provide all our children with a broad, balanced education, encouraging them to achieve the highest possible standards in everything they attempt. We are fortunate to have a very large field and a wooded area with pond. There is extra curricular provision available, including a variety of sports, music, film, cookery and craft clubs. THE ANGMERING SCHOOL Station Road, Angmering .BN16 4HH TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

01903 772351 01903 850752 office@theangmeringschool.co.uk www.angmeringschool.co.uk

HEADTEACHER: Mr Simon Liley CHAIR OF GOVERNORS: Mr Michael Hendry A mixed county comprehensive community school of 1460 students aged eleven to eighteen with a successful and expanding Sixth Form of around 240. We have an excellent record of examination success for all students at GCSE, ‘A’ Level and a strong tradition of extracurricular activities. The school is highly successful in its provision of inclusive education for 60 plus students with physical disabilities and/ or hearing impairment. Students are helped to face the future with enthusiasm.

TELEPHONE: EMAIL: WEBSITE:

0845 1556060 enquiries@nbcol.ac.uk www.northbrook.ac.uk

ASPIRE SUSSEX LIMITED Aspire Sussex provides courses across West Sussex including courses at Steyning, Shoreham, Southwick and throughout the county for Adults over 19 years of age. Further details can be found online. Office Hours at our office in Southwick Community Centre are Monday - Friday 9am – 4.00pm TELEPHONE: 0345 6 01 01 61 E-MAIL: enquiries@aspiresussex.org.uk WEBSITE: www.aspiresussex.org.uk OPEN:

ARUN EAST U3A Keep your mind and body active in retirement. The U3A has 1200 members in the Angmering, East Preston and Rustington, Ferring and Worthing area and is part of an international self-help organisation for semi-retired and retired people. We organise and run over 76 local groups covering a wide range of interests from bridge to cycling, languages, walking, crafts, art, dance and discussions. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

David Silver - Chairman 01903 782 685 silversussex@gmail.com www.aruneastu3a.org.uk

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS SCHOOLS CHARITIES & ASSOCIATIONS FRIENDS OF FERRING

FERRING FRIENDS OF ST BARNABAS

Provides residents of Ferring with transport to medical appointments such as, Dentist, Doctor and hospital appointments.

Raise funds for the Hospice in a variety of ways including a 100 club and an open gardens day in South Ferring in July. Volunteers, helpers and committee members needed.

TELEPHONE: 07736 773035 Calls accepted Monday-Friday 9.30 - 11.30am.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

The Hospice 01903 254777

WORTHING SHOPMOBILITY SCHEME

KESTRO WORTHING & DISTRICT STROKE CLUB

Provides, for a small charge, manual and powered wheelchairs and scooters for people of all ages with restricted mobility to shop and use Worthing Town Centre facilities.

The Kestro Club consists of around 30 members who meet weekly to participate in a variety of activities including music and movement. New members are always welcome, as are volunteers including drivers for the members.

BASED AT: 12-14 Liverpool Gardens Worthing BN11 1RY CONTACT: Co-ordinators TELEPHONE: 01903 820980

MEET: Goring United Reformed Church, Shaftesbury Avenue, Goring. Friday 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm CONTACT: Mr Vic Joy TELEPHONE: 01903 240688

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1HA

Help to combat crime

TELEPHONE: 03444 771171 FAX: 01903 231972

Many households in your area now benefit from Neighbourhood Watch schemes. By becoming a member you can help your neighbours and the police to strengthen your community. You can make your area a better place to live.

Opening hours: Telephone Advice  Mon - Fri 10.00am - 4.00pm (Open till 7pm on Weds) Advice Sessions Mon to Fri: 09.30 - 4.00 pm (Open till 7pm on Weds) Any volunteers welcome. REGISTRAR OF MARRIAGES, BIRTHS & DEATHS

TELEPHONE: 101 (Non Emergency Calls) LITTLEHAMPTON HOUSEHOLD RECYCLING SITE Mill Lane, Littlehampton BN17 7PH TELEPHONE: 01903 713269

Opening hours by appointment only

NEW OPENING TIMES:

TELEPHONE: 01243 642122

1st April - 30th September Mon,Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun 10am - 7pm Open on Bank Holidays if a normal opening day. 1st October - 31st March Mon,Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun 10am - 5pm Open on Bank Holidays if a normal opening day. CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY & BOXING DAY

The Home Care Specialists

LIBRARY Ferring Street, Ferring, BN12 5HL TELEPHONE: 01903 241811

Do you need a Helping Hand? Our Ferring care team has been providing award winning quality homecare since 1989 and can help with: personal care, housekeeping, help getting around or even to provide a break to an existing family member or care-giver. To find out how we can help you, call: 01903 334 919 or visit: www.helpinghands.co.uk

OPEN:

Monday Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday:

9.00 am - 1.00 pm 9.00 am - 1.00 pm 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm 9.00 am - 1.00 pm 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm 9.00 am - 1.00 pm

MOBILE LIBRARY TELEPHONE: 01403 224353 MONDAYS:

Canterbury Road, West Worthing 9.45 am - 11.30 am

Pevensey Gardens 11.40 am - 12.50 pm

ALTERNATE MONDAYS:

Brougham Road 1.55 pm - 2.35 pm

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SCHOOLS CHURCHES ST ANDREW’S CHURCH FERRING

GORING UNITED REFORMED CHURCH

Reverend Gary Ingram 01903 241645 19 Grange Park, Ferring, W. Sussex, BN12 5LS www.standrewsferring.org.uk

Reverend Andrew Sellwood 01903 248259 Shaftesbury Ave. Goring, W. Sussex

Sunday: 8.00 am Holy Communion 9.30 am Parish Communion Family Service 1st Sunday 11.00 am Matins & Prayer Book Communion (1st Sunday only) Wednesday: 8.00 am Holy Communion Women’s Fellowship: Mrs T Bailey 01903 248039 Parish Magazine Editor: Ros Knight 01903 690031 See Church notice board/website for details. FERRING BAPTIST CHURCH Reverend Stuart Robinson 01903 249996 Greystoke Road, Ferring, W. Sussex Sunday 10.30 am Morning Service 6.30 pm Evening Service Tuesday 2.30 - 3.45 pm Women’s Fellowship Friday Children’s Club 4.45-5.45 pm age 4 - 7 yrs 6.00 -7.00 pm age 8 - 11 yrs For any further information please ring Reverend Robinson or visit the website, www.ferringbaptist.org.uk

Sunday: 8.00 am Prayer & Praise 10.30 am Morning Service With Creche & Junior Church (Holy Communion 1st Sunday of Month) 6.00 pm Evening Service Holy Communion 3rd Sunday in the month Monday: Primary school age - 4 Journeys with Jesus 4.15 - 5.45pm for 6 years up Junior Table Tennis 6.30pm to 7.30pm for 10 years old upwards. Tuesday Fortnightly: 2.15 pm Tuesday Fellowship open to all Thursday: Mornings “The Ark” for pre-schoolers, mums and carers 9.30 -11.15 am Daily Playgroup Goring Little Fishes Playgroup Morning and afternoon sessions Tel: 01903 244453 GORING METHODIST CHURCH

Rev’d Graham Locking Tel: 07508 817882 Bury Drive, Goring BN12 4XB Sunday: Sunday Worship 10.00 am Junior Church 10.00 am THE ENGLISH MARTYRS’ CATHOLIC CHURCH ( monthly ) Messy Church 4.00 - 6.00 pm - GORING-BY-SEA Monday Girls Brigade 5.00 pm Parish Priest: Tuesday Toddlers 9.30 - 11.30 am Father Liam O’Connor 01903 242624 (1st & 3rd) Fellowship 2.45 pm The Presbytery, 37 Compton Avenue Wednesday Goring-By-Sea BN12 4UE Lunch Club Every Wednesday 12.30 pm Saturday: 6.00 pm 1st Mass of Sunday ( for those over 60 ) Sunday: 8.15 am Mass 1st Wednesday Morning Worship 11.45 am 10.30 am Mass Daily Pre School 9 am - 3pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday (term time) 9.30 am Mass www.goringmethodist.org.uk Tuesday 7.30 pm Mass 1st & 3rd Sunday 6.00 pm Polish Mass See Church notice board for further activities.

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SERVICE ORGANISATIONS SCHOOLS ROYAL BRITISH LEGION - Angmering Branch

ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION

Aims to promote the welfare of ex-servicemen and women and their dependants whether members of the Legion or not. Non-service people are welcome to join. Membership open to members of the Reserve Auxiliary Force.

A group of members, past and present, of the Royal Navy and the Wrens who meet for social functions including Sea Parade and fund raising for charities. New members always welcome.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Various venues 5 times a year – elective months 1st Wednesday 2.30 pm Mrs E. Booker 01903 775189

MEET: Coco Lounge, Littlehampton, BN17 5AS 8.00 pm 2nd Thursday monthly CONTACT: Chairman Mr Lawrie TELEPHONE: 01243 583597

ROYAL BRITISH LEGION – Women’s Section

SSAFA - The Armed Forces Charity

The Women’s section of the Royal British Legion is for all ex-service women and all female relatives of ex-servicemen but also open to all. New members and visitors always welcome.

If you are a serving or ex-serviceman or woman or a dependant of one, you will never walk alone once you get in touch with SSAFA. Whatever the problem we are willing to lend a hand in any way we can. These are some of the ways our Caseworkers may be able to help you by resolving problems, particularly of a financial nature, bridging the gap between Service and civilian life, obtaining funding for essential household goods, war pensions, arranging holidays on Medical advice, helping with disability needs, advice on finance when dealing with care homes, and so on. For help and advice call the Sussex Branch Secretary 0800 169 9060.

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Angmering Village Hall 4th Tuesday monthly 2.30 pm (except August and December) Mrs E Booker 01903 775189

FERRING PROBUS CLUB Aims to provide professional and business men in retirement with the opportunity to meet others in similar circumstances with similar interests. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Coffee Morning 10.30 am 1st Tuesday Monthly at St Andrew’s Church Hall. Lunch & Talk Meeting 12.30 pm 3rd Wednesday at Rustington Manor Hotel. Roger Lovell 01903 241858

SUBMARINERS ASSOCIATION MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

Labour Supporters Club (Crawley) 2nd Wed Monthly 8 pm W.R. (Bill) Apps 01342 325928 www.submarinersassociation.co.uk

EMAIL: WEBSITE:

bsec@ssafasussex.uk www.ssafa.org.uk

FLEET AIR ARM ASSOCIATION We hold monthly meetings,social outings, the Branch holds its own Taranto Lunch each November and a Christmas social in December. We also provide volunteer staffing at the Shoreham Air Show plus there is a Fleet Air Arm Association reunion/AGM held each year alternating between Bournemouth and the Midlands. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

The Castle Inn Hotel, Bramber 4th Wed of each month 11.30 am - 1.00 pm Social and Formal Events Gerry Mitchell 01903 816576 gerry.mitchell@talktalk.net

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SERVICE SCHOOLS CLUBS & ORGANISATIONS SOCIETIES LITTLEHAMPTON & DISTRICT CAMERA CLUB This club provides a full and varied programme of talks, practical demonstrations, competitions and social events of interest to all photographers and non-photographers. The club currently has 100 members and is noted for its friendly atmosphere. CONTACT: Wendy Eve - Secretary TELEPHONE: 01903 882212 litcc@hotmail.co.uk WEB: www.littlehamptoncameraclub.co.uk THE BRIDGE CLUB Play Rubber Bridge every week. Open to anyone with experience of playing Bridge. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Ferring Village Hall Every Thursday 1pm - 4.00 pm Billie Dawson 01903 245866

FERRING ROADS SCHEME ASSOCIATION Membership is by donation to the association annually for maintenance of private roads (unadopted) and a few public garden areas. Urgently seeking committee members. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

2nd Tuesday monthly Ferring Village Hall (committee only) Dave Hammond 01903 700674

PUPPY SOCIALISATION & BASIC TRAINING Kind, motivational methods used in small friendly groups. Seven week progressive course. Home visits available. MEET:  CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Titnor Lane (off A27) Mondays for Puppies & Dogs Brenda Cox 01903 816348

FERRING COUNTRY CENTRE

FERRING HISTORY GROUP

A local charity providing horticultural work and training for adults with learning difficulties. We grow a wide range of plants and vegetables for sale to the public. The centre also provides Riding Therapy for the disabled and a smaller animal farm open to visitors. The Country Centre is open Mon - Saturday 9am - 4pm & Sunday 10 - 4pm. Visit www. ferringcountrycentre.org

The group was formed in 2001 to celebrate, study and develop the history of the village and surrounding areas. It meets four times a year for presentations by local and regional experts, arranges local walks and visits to historic sites in Sussex and carries out research using its own archive and the West Sussex Record Office. New members welcome.

CONTACT: General Information: TELEPHONE: 01903 245078

CONTACT: Ed Miller TELEPHONE: 01903 502267 WEBSITE: www.ferringhistorygroup.co.uk

Riding Therapy: TELEPHONE: 01903 502373 FERRING RETIREMENT CLUB Meet for a variety of social activities. New members always welcome. A two course lunch is provided for £5 to be booked in advance. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Greystoke Road Tuesday 9.00 am - 1.30 pm Thursday 9.00 am - 1.30 pm The Club 01903 506752 or

FERRING FRIENDSHIP CENTRE For those over 60 years who live alone to meet and enjoy lunch in a friendly atmosphere. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

St Andrew’s Church Centre Every Wed, 12.15 - 1.30 pm Madeline Simpson 01903 2502032

CONTACT: Mrs Lambert TELEPHONE: 01903 531086

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USEFUL SERVICE TELEPHONE ORGANISATIONS NUMBERS SCHOOLS INDEX OF VILLAGE INFORMATION Adult Education..................................................15

Horticultural Society............................................5

Arun Art Society....................................................9

Keep Fit (Ladies)................................................11

Aspire Sussex Ltd (Adult Education)................15

La Leche..............................................................5

Baby & Toddler Groups........................................5

Library................................................................17

Beavers................................................................8

Member of Parliament......................................14

Bridge Club........................................................20

Mobile Library....................................................17

British Legion & Women’s Section...................19

National Childbirth Trust.....................................5

Brownies .............................................................8

Neighbourhood Watch.......................................17

Camera Club......................................................20

NHS 111 ..............................................................7

Carpet Bowls......................................................11

Northbrook College............................................15

Churches ...........................................................18

Parish Council....................................................14

Citizens Advice...................................................17

Political Groups..................................................14

Civic Amenities...................................................17

Pre School & Playgroups.....................................5

Councillors.........................................................14

Probus................................................................19

Conservation Group.............................................5

Rainbows.............................................................8

Cricket Club.......................................................11

Red Cross Medical Loan.....................................7

Cubs.....................................................................8

Retirement Club................................................20

Cycling Club.......................................................11

Registrar ............................................................17

Dance Club..........................................................9

Royal Naval Association....................................19

Doctors.................................................................7

Sea Scouts...........................................................8

Dog Training.......................................................20

Schools..............................................................15

Dramatic Society..................................................9

Shopmobility......................................................16

Ferring Country Centre......................................20

Social Care & Services........................................7

Ferring Roads Scheme Association.................20

SSAFA.................................................................19

Film Makers..........................................................9

Stroke Club........................................................16

Fleet Air Arm Association..................................19

Submariners Association..................................19

Flower Club..........................................................5

Tennis Club........................................................11

Football Club......................................................11

The Rowland Singers..........................................9

Friendship Centre..............................................20

Townswomen’sGuild...........................................6

Friends of Ferring..............................................16

Trefoil Guild.........................................................6

Friends of St Barnabas.....................................16

U3A....................................................................15

Guiding.................................................................8

W.I........................................................................6

History Group.....................................................20

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Goring Road Carpets...........................................8

Barry Wincell Plumbing & Heating Ltd.............23 Baileys................................................................11

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Ferring Foot Clinic................................................7 Funeral Directors Dillistone.............................................................16 Garden Services Days Garden Services.......................................10 Heating Engineers Barry Wincell Plumbing & Heating Ltd.............23 Home Care Helping Hands...................................................17 Jewellery Pruden and Smith...............................................6

Property Services Aspect Property Services...................................9 Residential Care Home Scotch Dyke Residential Home........................14 Greystoke Manor.................................................2 Solicitor Green Wright Chalton Annis..............................10 Taxi Services Airports2go...........................................................4 Water Softener & Drinking Filtration UKh2o...............................................................22 Will Writing Thy will Be Done..........................................12/13 Windows & Conservatories Kayvex.................................................Back Cover

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