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FINDON Village Directory

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

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

2016 - 2017


We are situated on a quiet, no-through lane in the beautiful and peaceful village of Angmering. Our open plan restaurant has seating downstairs around the bar area plus additional seating area upstairs looking over our attractive beer garden. The Spotted Cow caters for parties in their large Conservatory dining area.

The Spotted Cow  High Street Angmering  West Sussex  01903 783919 Both Restaurants Open for Lunch and Dinner Offering a Wide Variety of Food to Suit Every Taste The Fox is situated in a convenient position just off the A27 in Patching. Our dedicated and friendly team will make sure that everything is catered for when you come to visit us. The Fox has a Marquee in the Garden available for hire for special occasions.

The Fox  Arundel Road (A27) Patching  West Sussex  01903 871299 2

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WELCOME

Welcome

to the annual Findon Village Directory. One of a series of Village Directories in Sussex. This directory is delivered free of charge to every home and business in Findon 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 Findon Village Directory. We now have a new website available where this edition isuploaded. There wis also a directory of all the local businesses advertising with us and the website also has all have the community information available in an easy to use directory style format. The address is www.villagedirectories.com and the new website replaces the basic website we have previously had. 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 01273 551021 info@villagedirectories.com

UNDER 5’s

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MEDICAL

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CIVIC AMENITIES AND POLITICAL CLUBS & SOCIETIES HORTICULTURAL

8/9 10/11

MUSIC & DRAMA

14 14/15

GUIDING & SCOUTING

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CHURCHES

16/17

SCHOOLS

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ADULT EDUCATION

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CHARITIES

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SPORT & LEISURE

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS

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INDEX OF VILLAGE INFORMATION

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Crossways Veterinary Group Mr W. R. Lyons

MVB. MRCVS

Mr J.G. Hoad

BVet Med. MRCVS

24 Hour Emergency Service by our own on-duty vet Comprehensive Surgical and Medical Facilities Ultrasound, ECG and Blood Pressure Check RCVS Approved Nursing Training Practice Ample parking at all branches Micro-chipping and Pet Passports New Client Registration Always Welcome 43, School Hill, Storrington t: (01903) 743040 f: (01903) 740667

2, High Street, Steyning t/f: (01903) 816428

179, Findon Road, Findon Valley, Worthing t/f: (01903) 877325

www.crosswaysvets.co.uk

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Visit your local showroom... Visit your local showroom... Unit 3, Northbrook Business Park, Northbrook Road, Worthing, 8PQ Unit 3, Northbrook Business Park,BN14 Northbrook Road, Worthing, BN14 8PQ Tel: 01903 244449 www.newview-homes.co.uk www.newview-homes.co.uk

Tel: 01903 244449 4

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UNDER 5s FINDON VILLAGE PRE-SCHOOL­ Ofsted-registered community Pre-school providing high quality pre-school education and care to children aged 2-5 years. Sessions run every weekday during which a wide variety of activities encourage learning through play. There is a large outdoor play area. Lunchtime clubs are available. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Findon Village Pre-school Behind the Village Hall Monday - Fri 8am - 4.30 pm Open all year. Kim Fessey, Pre-school Leader 07762 906911 during pre-school hours

FINDON VALLEY FREE CHURCH PRE-SCHOOL 2 - 5 years Friendly group meeting in pleasant surroundings with a small outside play area. Covers all aspects of the National Curriculum. Parental involvement is encouraged. A rising fives group on Friday. MEET:

Free Church Monday - Friday 9 am - 12 noon Thurs & Fri 12.30 - 3.00 pm

TELEPHONE: 01903 873790 LAMBSTAILS A friendly informal group run by parent volunteers. All pre-school children (age 0-5) are welcome with their parent/carers. There is a variety of toys and craft activities for all ages plus outdoor play in warmer weather

FINDON VALLEY FREE CHURCH OPEN HOUSE (TODDLER GROUP) Open House is for children under the age of 5 yrs and their carers. Activities include play, MEET: crafts, refreshments and ever popular song-time. MEET: Free Church Tues 10.30 am - 12 noon TELEPHONE: 01903 873790

Findon Village Hall Thursday mornings Term Time Only

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Let us show you how

hilary.peyman@lighthousewealth.co.uk The value of your investments can go down as well as up, so you could get back less than you invested. The value of your income from your investment can go down as well as up. The Mellor Practice is a trading style of Lighthouse Wealth Limited, an appointed representative of Lighthouse Advisory Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

01903 700567

10 Wallace Parade, Goring Road, Worthing, BN12 4AL. Tel: 01903 700567 Warehouse/Showroom: Unit 2, Nairn Business Centre, Artex Ave, Rustington. BN16 3LN 54 High Street, Billingshurst, RH14 9NY Tel: 01403 783159 6

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MEDICAL LIME TREE SURGERY Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley, Worthing BN14 0DL TELEPHONE:

At all times and Emergency Number 01903 264101

DOCTORS: Dr David Mannings Dr Katja Palan Dr Rhanbir Dhillon Dr Vanessa Hetherington Dr Mahaj Syed Dr Ahmad Qureshi Dr Duraisingham Bagirathan Dr Sophie Young Dr Rebecca Richards Dr James Duddy Dr Niri Tejasasulkin PRACTICE MANAGER: Mrs Paula Russell Consultations are by appointment. The surgery lines are open from 8.00 am to 6.30pm. To request a home visit ring before 10.00 am. For urgent visits and emergencies ring any time. OTHER SERVICES: Diabetic clinic, asthma clinic, children’s vaccinations, travel clinic.

HEARING AID CLINICS The Health Centre, Steyning WHEN: Every Thursday of each month at 9am - 12.30pm TELEPHONE: 01444 415582 We are able to offer the following services: clean the moulds and tubes, retube, supply batteries, provide advice and encouragement on the use and care. RED CROSS MEDICAL LOAN CONTACT: 0800 0280831 THE MARY HOW TRUST FOR CANCER PREVENTION (Health Screening Charity) Pulborough Primary Care Centre, Spiro Close, Pulborough, RH20 1FG TELEPHONE: 0845 2410956 WEBSITE: www.maryhowtrust.org EMAIL: contact@maryhowtrust.org Weekday Clinics This service is FREE but donations are always very gratefully received!

All by appointment only A full range of Family Planning services is provided by the practice. Minor Surgery is offered by Dr Mahaj Syed & Dr Ahmad Qureshi. For the District Nurse please call 01273 265870 NHS 111 This is a new service that’s being introduced to make it easier for you to access local NHS healthcare services. You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time. SOCIAL SERVICES Adult Services (Carepoint) TELEPHONE: 01243 642121 Children’s Services TELEPHONE: 01243 642555 Email: info@villagedirectories.com Web: www.villagedirectories.com

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SCHOOLS LOCAL COUNCILS, CIVIC AMENITIES AND POLITICAL GROUPS PARISH COUNCILS

Clapham

OFFICE: The Parish Council meets five times a year usually on the last Thursday of oddOFFICE: The Parish Council meet at the Village numbered months (May to January) at 7pm in Hall the Village Hall Committee Room. WEBSITE: www.findon.arun.gov.uk The Sixth meeting is the Annual Parish Meeting, EMAIL: findonparishcouncil@gmail.com held in March. Meetings: Dates posted locally. Meetings open Meetings open to the public. Please visit our to the Public website for more up to date information. CLERK: Fiona MacLeod WEBSITE: www.arun.gov.uk/clapham TELEPHONE: 01903 877225 CHAIRMAN: Cliff Tomkins CHAIRMAN: Mr Peter Goldsworthy TELEPHONE: 01903873399 Patching VICE-CHAIRMAN: Mrs Jan Mackerell Correspondence to: 1 Church Farm Close, TELEPHONE: 01903 873493 Patching, BN13 3FA Findon

COUNTY COUNCILLOR (Angmering & Findon) CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Mrs D Urquhart 01903 872294

DISTRICT COUNCILLOR

The Parish Council meets four times a year. Dates, times & venue posted locally on the Parish Council noticeboard in Patching and on the web site. Meetings are open to the public. CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Mr Marc Pinnell 01903 871327 patchingpc@gmail.com

(Findon, Clapham & Patching villages) CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Mr Paul Bicknell 01903 872294

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT The Rt. Hon Nick Herbert MP

POLITICAL GROUPS

Member for Arundel & South Downs, House of Commons SW1A 0AA

Conservative Association (Arundel & South Downs) TELEPHONE: 01903 816880

TELEPHONE: WEBSITE:

020 7219 4080 www.nickherbert.com

Nick Herbert holds regular advice surgeries in his constituency. Please call Gloria Nicholl 020 7219 4080 to find out details of his next surgery in your area and to make an appointment.

Labour Party CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Liberal Democrats TELEPHONE:

01903 507073

Uk Independence Party CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

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Mr Adrian Norridge 07947 039348

John Wallace 01798 872734 john@ukipwsx.org

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LOCAL COUNCILS, CIVIC AMENITIES AND POLITICALSCHOOLS GROUPS HALLS FOR HIRE

HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING SITE

Findon Village Hall

Hambridge Trading Estate, Willowbrook Road, Worthing

Administered by the Village Hall Council CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Bookings Secretary 07472 003368

Clapham & Patching Village Hall CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Cheryl Casebow 01903 871138

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Help to combat crime Many households in your area now benefit from Neighbourhood Watch schemes. By becoming a member you help your neighbours and the police to strengthen your community. You can make your area a better place to live. For more information contact your Police Community Support Officer on 101 (Non Emergency Police Calls) CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAU Town Hall, Chapel Road, Worthing, BN11 1HA TEL: 03444 771171 (advice) OPEN: Telephone Advice: Mon - Fri 9.30 am - 4 pm, Wed open until 7pm Drop-In for Gateway Assessments: Mon- Fri 9.30am - 4pm, Wed until 7pm

GUTTER PROBLEMS?

We can Clear, Clean, Repair or Replace

TELEPHONE: 01903 203694 OPENING TIMES: 1st April - 30th September Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm Saturday & Sunday 9am - 7pm Bank Holidays 9am - 7pm 1st October - 31st March Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm Saturday & Sunday 9am - 5pm Bank Holidays 9am - 5pm Closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day www.recycleforwestsussex.org/recycling-sites/worthing LIBRARY Findon Valley Library, Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley TELEPHONE:

01903 872213

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday: Saturday:

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

Knit & Natter: Wednesday 2pm - 4pm Toddler Time: Fridays 10.30am - 11.30am  esidents in Clapham & Patching can use any R library in West Sussex: CONTACT: ENQUIRIES: WEBSITE:

Library General 01243 642110 www.westsussex.gov.uk/libraries

REGISTRAR TELEPHONE: 01243642122 OPENING HOURS: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm by appointment only

0790 002 0039

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SERVICE SCHOOLS CLUBS & ORGANISATIONS SOCIETIES FINDON SHEEP FAIR & VILLAGE FESTIVAL

FINDON’S VILLAGE ANTIQUITIES

Saturday 10th September 10 am - 5 pm Nepcote Green

Tales from the Past Local happenings and facts on Findon

A great family day out, this annual event dates back to 1261, the Sheep Fair this year has 3 show rings with judging for various rare and downland sheep. Popular New Zealand shepherd with his History of Sheep show (with dancing sheep), Falconry Display. Heavy Horses and display. Dance displays, Art and craft stalls, all day bar, wide choice of food available. Harris traditional fun fair.

WEBSITE:

www.findonvillage.com

PATCHING VILLAGE SOCIETY A small society formed to safeguard the environment of the village and protect the collective interest of the residents of the Village. All residents of Patching Village are welcome to join.

MEET: When necessary at members’ Friday night 9th Barn Dance in the Marquee homes: AGM in the Summer in Saturday night 10th Live band and dancing to the Village Hall Murdoch’s Crazy Eyes. CONTACT: Mr Richard Mason CONTACT: Barry Parker TELEPHONE: 01903871589 TELEPHONE: 01903 264161 WEBSITE: www.findonsheepfair.co.uk TUESDAY LUNCHEON CLUB ALONG THE FURLONG (Parish Magazine) Monthly magazine CONTACT: Monica Eastabrook TELEPHONE: 01903 873963 EMAIL: alongthefurlong@hotmail.co.uk FINDON NEWS This is a monthly news letter available free throughout the village at various local outlets. It contains reports on local events and information. Any contributions or items of interest should be directed to: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: EMAIL WEBSITE:

Mr Nick Gore 01903 873524 findonnews@zoho.com www.findonvillage.org

MEN’S BREAKFAST An opportunity for men to get together and spend some quality time in fellowship over a Full English Breakfast. Men’s breakfast is every 2nd month 8.30am; call for details. MEET: CONTACT:

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Findon Valley Free Church 1 - 11, Lime Tree Avenue 01903 873790

This is a membership club for all those who live alone and those who are lonely (membership free). A three course luncheon. New members always welcome. MEET: CONTACT:

Free Church Hall, Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley Tuesday 12.15 for 12.45 pm (Not August) 01903 873790

FINDON PROBUS CLUB Open to men who have retired from normal work, and fit the qualification of Professional and Business (men). Membership is by invitation. MEET: Hill Barn Golf Club, 3rd Thursday of each month 12.30 pm for lunch 1st Thursday of each month coffee morning, 10.30 am at a Findon venue (partners are invited) CONTACT: Chris Young TELEPHONE: 01903 694886 EMAIL: cgy1940@btinternet.com

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SERVICE CLUBS ORGANISATIONS & SOCIETIES SCHOOLS FINDON CHESS CLUB We run several half serious competitions but most of the time we just play friendly matches. There is no need to attend every week. There is absolutely no requirement to be an expert, just a desire to enjoy an occasional game of chess. We really would welcome a few more players of any standard from beginner to Grand Master! MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

WORTHING & DISTRICT SOCIETY OF  MODEL ENGINEERS Meets 2nd & 4th Thursday monthly behind Pavilion, Field Place, Durrington. We have a 2 1/2, 3 1/2 inch & 5 inch gauge railway track. Passenger rides are given 2nd & 4th Sunday each month (April - October 2 pm - 5 pm).

CONTACT: Paul Parsons The Village House in Findon TEL: 01903 815350 Village, Monday afternoons WEB: www.worthingmodelengineers.co.uk 2.00 -5.00 pm Bob Eastabrook SCHOOLS WOMEN’S INTERESTS 01903 873963

FINDON DOWNS DOG TRAINING For all responsible dog owners who want a pet they can take anywhere in any situation. Established for over forty years and all classes are run by experienced instructors. We welcome all dogs, all breeds and cross breeds of all ages (from puppies to advanced training level). We organise the Good Citizen Test at bronze, silver & gold levels. Our shows include, Heelwork to Music on the last Saturday in March at Walberton Village Hall, our annual Open Obedience Dog Show at the Fontwell Racecourse on the Last Saturday in April. MEET: Washington Village Hall Every Tuesday 6.00 - 10.00 pm (During School Term Time) Five separate classes CONTACT: Miss P. O’Shea TELEPHONE: 01243 551966 EMAIL: patricia.oshea@btinternet.com WEBSITE: www.fddtc.weebly.com

FINDON VILLAGE W.I. MEET: Findon Village Hall 2nd Thursday each month at 7.30 pm EMAIL: findonvillagewi@hotmail.co.uk FINDON DOWNS W.I. A friendly afternoon W.I. Visitors always welcome. MEET: Findon Village Hall 2nd Tuesday each month at 2.30 pm (Except August) CONTACT: Mrs Schiller TELEPHONE: 01903 872483 CLAPHAM & PATCHING W.I. MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Clapham & Patching Village Hall 1st Wednesday of the month at 2.30 pm Beverley Bacon 01903 871358

WORTHING MODEL RAILWAY CLUB

LADIES BREAKFAST

We have several exhibition standard layouts and new layouts being developed, so there are opportunities to develop your modelling skills, be involved in layout building, or just play trains!

An opportunity for ladies to get together and spend some quality time in fellowship over a continental breakfast. Call for details. MEET: Findon Valley Free Church 1-11 Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley. TELEPHONE: 01903 873790

MEET: CONTACT: EMAIL:

Wednesday & Thursday evenings 7.30 - 10.00 pm Charmandean Centre, Worthing Andrew Craft secretary@worthingmrc.co.uk

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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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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES CLAPHAM & PATCHING HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY

CIRCLE DANCING

Membership open to anyone interested in gardens and gardening. Summer outings; indoor talks and social events in the winter. Spring and late summer flower shows, open to anyone in Clapham & Patching and surrounding area (5 miles radius). The Summer show includes dog show and many other attractions.

(& European Folk Dance) If you enjoy music and dancing this is for you. Circle Dancing is an excellent way of keeping fit by exercising both mind and body with like-minded people. Suitable for all ages (no children). Newcomers are very welcome to join this group – sessions £5 but first visit free. Soft shoes and loose clothing. Orange juice and water provided. No need to book.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Chairman Jane Preston 01903 871247

WEBSITE:

http://claphamandpatching. arun.gov.uk/HortSoc

FINDON VILLAGE GARDENS ASSOCIATION The Association meets monthly with a guest speaker on horticultural and general interest topics. Social evening in Dec. Spring and Summer flower shows. Visits to gardens of interest. MEET: Village Hall Last Friday each month 7.30 pm CONTACT: John Wickson TELEPHONE: 01903 877954

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Findon Village Hall Alternate Mondays 7.15 - 9.15 pm

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MUSIC DRAMA & DANCE CISSBURY PLAYERS

THE ROWLAND SINGERS

A theatrical group which performs three times a year, April, July and November, in Findon Village Hall. We welcome everyone as members both acting and non-acting. There are plenty of places for non-acting members in the production of our plays. We rehearse twice a week.

The Rowland Singers have been in existence for 50 years and currently consists of 70 members. We perform 3 concert series per year in the local area, comprising religious music (Easter), songs from musicals and shows (Summer) and carols (Christmas). We are a very friendly group and organise social events throughout the year. No prior experience or knowledge is required.

MEET: All Saints Church Hall, Findon Valley Monday evenings 8pm - 10pm Findon Village Hall Wednesday evenings 8pm -10pm for rehearsal (not August or Dec) CONTACT: Dave Holden TELEPHONE: 01903 240660 WEBSITE: www.cissburyplayers.net

MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL:

Goring United Reformed Church Hall, Shaftesbury Avenue, Goring Wednesday 7.30 - 9.45 pm Helen Emery 01903 238792 helenbethemery@hotmail.com GUIDING & SCOUTING

There are no guiding or Scouting Groups in Findon Village. All young people are welcome to contact the groups listed below who meet in Findon Valley.

3rd FINDON RAINBOW (Girls 5-7 years) MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Free Church Hall, Lime Tree Ave, Findon Valley Thursday 5 pm - 6 pm Paula Ford 01903 873614

FINDON BROWNIES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

All Saints Church Hall, Cissbury Avenue, Findon Valley Mondays 1st Findon Brownies 4.30 pm - 5.45pm 2nd Findon Brownies 6.15pm - 7.30pm Anna-Marie Beresford 01903 265353

Waiting List for Brownies please contact: Anna - Marie Beresford: 01903 265353

1st FINDON GUIDES MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

All Saints Hall, Findon Valley Friday 7 pm - 9 pm Caroline Rickard 01243 782994

BEAVERS (boys & girls 6-8 years) MEET: LEADER: TELEPHONE:

Free Church Hall, Lime Tree Avenue Wednesday 5.30 - 6.30pm Mrs Chris Bateup 01903 873691

CUBS (boys & girls 8-10 1/2 years) MEET: LEADER: TELEPHONE:

Free Church Hall, Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley Wednesday 6.45 pm - 8.15 pm Mrs Janet Chapman 01903 872514

SEA SCOUTS (boys & girls 10 1/2 - 14 years) MEET:

Free Church Hall, Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley Thursday 7.15 pm - 9.15 pm

SCOUT LEADER: Janet Chapman TELEPHONE: 01903 872514 Email: info@villagedirectories.com Web: www.villagedirectories.com

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SCHOOLS CHURCHES PARISH OF FINDON, CLAPHAM & PATCHING

ST MARY THE VIRGIN - CLAPHAM

PARISH PRIEST: Reverend Helen Buqué The Rectory, School Hill,  Findon, BN14 0TR TELEPHONE: 01903 873601 E-MAIL: findon.rectory@btinternet.com WEBSITE: www.findon-clapham-patching-churches.com

1st Sun 4th Sun 5th Sun

PARISH OFFICE: Open Wednesday & Friday 9 am -12 noon TELEPHONE: 01903 873601

2nd Sun 3rd Sun 4th Sun 5th Sun

ST JOHN THE BAPTIST FINDON 1st Sunday 2nd Sunday 3rd Sunday 4th Sunday 5th Sunday

8.00 am Said Eucharist 10.00 am Family Service in the Village Hall ( Breakfast from 9.15am) 9.30 am Sung Eucharist (with Messy Sunday in the Den) 8.00am Said Eucharist 9.30 am Family Communion 9.30 am Sung Eucharist (with Messy Sunday in the Den) 9.30 am Parish Eucharist at Findon, Clapham or Patching in turn.

Morning Prayer Wednesday - Friday 9.15am Church Open for Quiet Time Wednesday 10.30 - 12 noon Bell Ringers MEET: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Alternate Tuesdays & Thursdays at 7.45pm Barbara Harbut 01903 741207

Choir MEETS: Fridays 7.00 pm CONTACT: Evelyn Stanford TELEPHONE: 01903 872267

10.00 am Sung Eucharist 8.00 am Said Eucharist 9.30 am Parish Eucharist at Findon, Clapham & Patching in turn

ST JOHN THE DIVINE - PATCHING 8.00 am Said Eucharist 10.00 am Sung Eucharist 10.00 am Family Service 9.30 am Parish Eucharist at Findon, Clapham & Patching in turn

All service times and activities for all three above churches are advised in ‘Along the Furlong’ the monthly parish magazine and on website www. findon-clapham-patching-churches.com Enquiries about Home Groups, Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals and Home Communion should be made to the rectory.

Podiatry Services ANDREW M JENKINS BSc(Hons) SRCh MChS

Health Professions Council Registered Chiropodist / Podiatrist

CHIROPODY CLINIC

• Nails • Corns / Callus • Verrucae • Biomechanics

• Insoles • Heel / Foot pain • Ingrowing Toenail & Verruca Surgery

Tel: 01903 741660

Flower Arranging CONTACT: Dorothy Barber TELEPHONE: 01903872508

Wisteria Cottage, Thakeham Road, STORRINGTON, RH20 3NW www.andrewjenkinspodiatry.co.uk

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CHURCHES SCHOOLS FINDON VALLEY FREE CHURCH (Baptist) 1-11, Lime Tree Avenue, Findon Valley, Worthing BN14 ODJ TELEPHONE: WEBSITE: MINISTER: EMAIL:

01903 873790 www.fvfc.org.uk Rev’d Andrew Gilbert minister@fvfc.org.uk

Church Office: TELEPHONE: 01903 873790 OPEN: Tues - Fri 9am - 12 noon Services: SUNDAYS: 10.30am 10.30am 6.30pm TUESDAY: 10.30am 12.45pm THURSDAY: 2pm

Morning Service (Communion 1st Sunday) Youth Church Evening Service (Communion 3rd Sunday) Open House for Parents and Toddlers Christine Fairs 01903 873750 Tuesday Lunch Club Keep Fit

FRIDAY: 10am Coffee Shop SATURDAY: 10.30 - 11.45 (2nd Saturday) Messy Church. Welcome all familes in a fun and interactive way. 2pm- 4pm Art & Craft Group For activities please contact the Church Office. Monday - Friday Pre-School 9.15 am - 12.15 pm Mon - Fri 12.30 - 3.00pm Thurs & Fri CONTACT: Mrs Read TELEPHONE: 01903 873790

ALL SAINTS FINDON VALLEY WITH ST. PETER’S, HIGH SALVINGTON Cissbury Drive, Findon Valley, Worthing PRIEST: ADDRESS: TELEPHONE: EMAIL:

Beverley Miles The Vicarage, 29 Central Avenue, Findon Valley, Worthing, BN14 0DS 07786 924942 Allsaints.Findonvalley@btconnect.com

Parish Office OPEN: Thursday 9am - 11am TELEPHONE: 01903 873711 Family Eucharist on 1st Sunday of the month at 10 am Children’s Activities take place on each Sunday at 10am under the title of ACT All Children Together. 1st Sunday: All Age Worship in the church 2nd Sunday: Worship for all, St. Peter’s High Salvington 11.15am 3rd Sunday: Jump - family worship with stories, music and activities in the hall 4th Sunday: Breakfast Club in the hall ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH (Catholic) 19, Hayling Rise, Worthing BN13 3AL TELEPHONE: 01903 264770 WEBSITE: www.stmichaels-worthing.org.uk PRIEST: DEACON:

Father Christopher Ingle Mark Woods

SUNDAY MASSES Saturday 6.00 pm Sunday 8.30 & 10.30 am Weekday Masses 9.30am except Tuesday when there is a Holy Communion service only and Thursday 6.45am Mass followed by Breakfast. Reconciliation Saturday 5.15 - 5.45 pm Wednesday after 9.30am Mass and on Call.

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SCHOOLS ST JOHN THE BAPTIST PRIMARY SCHOOL (Church of England)

THE ANGMERING SCHOOL

School Hill, Findon, Worthing, BN14 0TR

TEL: FAX: EMAIL: WEB:

TELEPHONE: 01903 873072 EMAIL:office@st-john-baptist.w-sussex.sch.uk WEBSITE: www.stjbps.co.uk TWITTER: @stjbfindon HEADTEACHER: Mr R Yelland CHAIRMAN OF GOVERNORS: Mr John Roche PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION: Contact school Primary school for children aged four to eleven years with five fully equipped class rooms, ICT suite, hall and food technology room. We have a large playing field with a football pitch, netball court, a running track, playgrounds and a spiritual garden. Children have the use of the swimming pool within the grounds. The Headteacher is pleased to see prospective new parents to discuss their children’s entry into the school. At eleven children usually move on to The Angmering School. CLAPHAM & PATCHING C OF E PRIMARY SCHOOL The Street, Clapham, West Sussex BN13 3UU TELEPHONE: 01903 871214 EMAIL: office@claphamandpatching.co.uk WEBSITE: www.claphamandpatching.co.uk HEADTEACHER: Jane Jones CHAIR OF GOVERNORS: Mrs R Waite-Jones PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION: Contact school

Station Road, Angmering BN16 4HH 01903 772351 01903 850752 office@theangmeringschool.co.uk www.angmeringschool.co.uk

NEW HEADTEACHER from Sept: 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.

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ADULT EDUCATION SCHOOLS NORTHBROOK COLLEGE

ARUN EAST U3A

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

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.

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.

CONTACT: TELEPHONE: E-MAIL: WEBSITE:

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

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:

CHARITIES & ASSOCIATIONS PARKINSONS UK The lively Worthing Area Branch cares about those with PD, carers and families. MEET:  WHEN: CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Last Saturday of the month at Methodist Church Hall, Goring by Sea, 10.30 am - 3.30 pm include lunch for a small charge Margaret Stewart 01903 779097

SOCIETY FOR THE VISUALLY HANDICAPPED A social, recreational and educational group for the blind, partially sighted and not yet registered visually handicapped. Call for more details CONTACT: Gilly Lindsay TELEPHONE: 01903 744441 FINDON VILLAGE FRIENDS OF ST BARNABAS Support and fund raising group for St Barnabas House Hospice, Worthing GROUP LEADER: Mike Solomons TELEPHONE: 01903 877255

WORTHING SHOPMOBILITY SCHEME 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. BASED AT: 12-14 Liverpool Gardens Worthing BN11 1RY OPEN: Mon-Fri 10am - 4pm Sat 10am - 2pm CONTACT: Co-ordinators TELEPHONE: 01903 820980 FAMILY SUPPORT WORK A charity that helps Sussex families to overcome major difficulties in their lives. FSW offers emotional support and practical advice and short family breaks. It welcomes enquiries from families as well as from anyone wishing to volunteer or to donate food, toys, clothing or money. TELEPHONE: 01273 832963 E-MAIL: admin@familysupportwork.org.uk WEBSITE: www.familysupportwork.org.uk

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SPORT & LEISURE FINDON CARPET BOWLS CLUB

ARUN/ADUR CYCLISTS TOURING CLUB

This is a small club for the residents of Findon Village. All new members always welcome to join.

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.

MEET: Village Hall Monday 2.30 - 4 pm CONTACT: Joyce Davidson TELEPHONE: 01903 873527

CONTACT: TELEPHONE:

Peter Wilson 01903 755765

CLAPHAM & PATCHING SHORT MAT BOWLS

This is a small local club for the residents of the FINDON CRICKET CLUB area. New members always welcome. Established 1867. We have three Saturday league teams playing in the Sussex Cricket MEET: Village Hall, Long Furlong League and the Sussex Invitation Cricket Tuesday 7.30 - 9.30 pm League. We also have teams who enter the Thursday 2.30 - 4.30 pm National Village Cup and the Sussex League & 7.30 - 9.30 pm Cup Competitions. We offer Sunday 2nd XI CONTACT: Mrs P Halford cricket as well as a very sociable veterans TELEPHONE: 01903 260896 team. We aim to promote cricket and have junior teams covering boys & girls from under ROTHER VALLEY CROQUET CLUB 8’s, to under 18’s. The ground has a pavilion We have two full size and 1 half size lawn at with a bar where we hold various social Duncton Recreation Ground and provide all events. New members, playing and social most equipment. Beginners and more experienced welcome. players welcome. Coaching given. We hold Senior & Junior Winter Nets tournaments and matches with other clubs. Senior & Junior Outdoor Nets MEET: Duncton Club House MEET: Cricket Ground at Long Furlong Next to Duncton Village Hall for practice and matches. Most days WEBSITE: www.findoncricketclub.co.uk Afternoon and/or evenings April - September CONTACT: Chris Coote FINDON SWIMMING CLUB TELEPHONE: 01243 773276 Situated in the heart of the picturesque Village WEBSITE: www.rothervalleycroquet.co.uk of Findon at St John the Baptist CofE Primary

School. It is run by local volunteers, fully heated to 30 degrees and is open to all. Findon Village Swimming Pool is also available for private hire, We have two 2/3 size lawns or 1 full size lawn. making it ideal for birthdays, family parties or Beginners and players of all levels welcome. a get together with friends! Book in advance to MEET: Situated at Field Place, Worthing avoid disappointment. (near Worthing Leisure Centre) www.findonswimmingpool.co.uk Several meetings a week. WEBSITE: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/ For more details FindonVillageSwimmingPool CONTACT: Mike Solomans, Chairman WORTHING CROQUET CLUB

TELEPHONE: 01903 877255

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INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Carpets Goring Road Carpets...........................................6

Plumbers Barry Wincell Plumbing & Heating...................23

Conservatories

Residential Care Home

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Chiropody

Restaurant Pub Dining The Spotted Cow.................................................2

Podiatry Services..............................................16 Curtains Lora Tarbet........................................................18 Financial Advisor Mellor Practice....................................................6 Gutter Clearances Sussex Gutters....................................................9 Jewellery Pruden & Smith..................................................5

Solicitor Green Wright Chalton Annis..............................14 Veterinary Practice Crossways............................................................4 Water Softener & Drinking Filtration UKh2o...............................................................21 Will Writing Thy will Be Done..........................................12/13

Pest Control

Windows & Conservatories

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INDEX OF VILLAGE INFORMATION Aspire Sussex Ltd (Adult Learning).............................19 Along the Furlong.........................................................10 Beavers.......................................................................15 Brownies.....................................................................15 Carpet Bowls................................................................20 Chess Club...................................................................11 Churches .............................................................16/17 Circle Dancing..............................................................14 Cissbury Players...........................................................15 Citizens Advice Bureau..................................................9 Civic Amenities...........................................................8/9 Councillors...........................................................8 Cricket Clubs................................................................20 Croquet Clubs..............................................................20 Cubs........................................................................15 Cyclists.......................................................................20 District Nurse.................................................................7 Doctors.........................................................................7 Downs Dog Training......................................................11 Family Support Work.....................................................19 Findon News.................................................................10 Findon Sheep Fair.........................................................10 Findon Village Antiquities.............................................10 Friends of St Barnabas................................................19 Further Education........................................................19 Gardens Association....................................................14 Guides.......................................................................15 Halls for Hire...................................................................9 Hearing Aid Clinic...........................................................7 Horticultural Society....................................................14 Ladies Breakfast..........................................................11

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Lambstails....................................................................5 Library...........................................................................9 Luncheon Club............................................................10 Mary How Trust..............................................................7 Member of Parliament..................................................8 Men’s Breakfast..........................................................10 Model Engineers..........................................................11 Model Railway Club......................................................11 NHS 111.........................................................................7 Neighbourhood Watch...................................................9 Parish Councils..............................................................8 Parkinsons UK..............................................................19 Patching Village Society..............................................10 Political Groups..............................................................8 Pre-Schools...............................................................5 Probus Club..................................................................10 Rainbows....................................................................15 Red Cross Medical Loan.................................................7 Registrar........................................................................9 Rowland Singers..........................................................15 Schools........................................................................18 Sea Scouts...................................................................15 Shopmobility..............................................................19 Short Mat Bowls..........................................................20 Social Care & Services....................................................7 Society for the Visually Handicapped............................19 Swimming Club............................................................20 Toddler Group.................................................................5 U3A.........................................................................19 Waste recycling..............................................................9 W.I.......................................................................11

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