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WEST HOVE January 2020 ISSUE 102

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL WEST HOVE RESIDENTS! We hope you had a relaxing Christmas and are looking forward to the new decade. We have details of how you can get your Christmas tree collected for a small donation to charity. Isobel Muir has advice on getting back into shape after all the excesses of the festive season. We also have an article from Al-Anon, who run support groups for anyone affected by someone else’s drinking. They have recently started a Hove group at St Philip’s Church. If you’d like to welcome the new year Chinese-style, Asiana in Portland Road will be celebrating with a lion dance on 26th January. We wish you a very happy new year! The West Hove Directory Team info@westhovedirectory.co.uk www.westhovedirectory.co.uk Cover photo: Pembroke Gardens; photo by Jane Galvin

Contents... Page 5 Page 6 Page 9 Page 11 Page 11 Page 13 Page 15 Page 15 Page 17 Page 19 Page 23 Page 25 Page 26 Page 29 Page 33 Page 33 Page 33 Page 35 Page 35 Page 35 Page 37

Local Author...Sandra Jensen From The Keep... Hove Cemetery Local History The Friends of Hove Lagoon Alfred Huberman award Al-Anon Family Groups Where in West Hove? Councillors For Wish and Westbourne Local Business...Waggie Tails Councillor News Local Exercise...Get Into Shape lookafteryourdog.co.uk What’s On In West Hove… Health TIP Friends of Stoneham Park Election Results Wishfest 2020 Lion Dance at Asiana Christmas Tree Collection Run a Marathon for Martlets Weeding Update

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LOCAL AUTHOR...SANDRA JENSEN Sandra Jensen lives in Richardson Road. Her novel “Seagull Pie” recently won the Peggy Chapman-Andrews Award at this year’s Bridport Prize. The competition is judged on the first 30,000 words of a complete or partially complete novel. How long have you lived in West Hove? About six years. I’ve been moving around all my life, and actually have three passports! South African, Canadian and British. Tell us about “Seagull Pie”... The story, which I’m still working on, is based on my time as a teenager in the 70s when my mother, a famous South African sculptor, was invited to start a craft centre in Donegal. Essentially it’s about Samantha, a girl who’d like her family to be the Waltons and her boyfriend Alexander the Great. Instead, her father is dead, her mother wields oxyacetylene torches, her older brother makes bombs and her grandmother, very deaf and very disappointed, isn’t exactly the comforting sort. And, Samantha’s never been kissed, let alone had a boyfriend. Life has been one unfortunate experience after the other, including attending five schools where she learned little more than the cruel nature of

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teachers and fellow pupils. In Ireland, Samantha concocts a plan to avoid school and prove she’s as tough and smart as her mother: she’ll teach herself O Levels. She hopes Donegal will be the home she longs for and that she’ll find her Alexander amongst the Celts. But chaos reigns from the beginning… You also lead writing workshops locally... I teach once a month at the Tree of Life Centre on Portland Road. It’s particularly beneficial for anyone who has a personal ‘story’ to tell but doesn’t know how to begin. Details on the Tree of Life website (tolcentre.com/writingworkshop). What else are you working on? Mainly I need to finish Seagull Pie, but I’ve just completed a novel set in Sri Lanka during the civil war. Another project I’m planning is a ‘novella-in-flash’ – short, linked pieces exploring events told from a mother’s point of view and also that of her daughter (myself) uncovering her past and navigating the unexpected depth of her grief when her mother dies.

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West Hove resident Lindsey Tydeman has sent us another great image from The Keep archive centre...

FROM THE KEEP... HOVE CEMETERY Hove residents in 1890 had a choice of burial plots in their new cemetery, recently opened along the Old Shoreham Road. This detailed plan of Hove’s new cemetery in 1890 has wooden rods attached to the top and bottom, and was designed to be hung where customers could identify or choose a particular plot. Perhaps they consulted it in the keeper’s lodge at the main entrance - a price list was probably displayed alongside. It’s a marvellously ornate plan. Every plot is detailed and numbered and sizes are given at the bottom, ranging from a child’s grave through to a single or double adult plot. Vaults were also available, holding up to three coffins. The cemetery is demarcated into areas of ‘consecrated’ and ‘unconsecrated’ ground, the former accommodating those of the Anglican (Church of England) religion and the latter those of Catholic, Jewish or other faith. The two chapels (again, one consecrated, one unconsecrated) are linked by a sheltered portico with plenty of space for the hearse to unload and turn in to the appropriate door. The depiction of the cemetery above the plan itself is perhaps its unique selling point. We are looking at a beautiful garden, almost a pleasure ground, of freshly landscaped downland, with just a few white headstones added for embellishment. The field gate in the right hand corner is a clever insertion, reminding the viewer of how near the cemetery is to the countryside while in the distance is the sea. One or two boats are bobbing

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along, and the rigging of a larger one, probably berthed in Aldrington Basin, can be seen behind the trees. The buildings and churches of Hove can be seen to the left and among them are the two gasometers which stood where Hove Tesco’s stands now. Look hard at the centre of the image and you can even see the steam train chugging along on its way to Shoreham! A full Victorian funeral is taking place at the gates of the cemetery. Three horse-drawn carriages are moving through into the Main Avenue, the first, with glass walls, carrying the coffin on full display. The horses have black plumes and each carriage is preceded by an undertaker carrying a ceremonial staff. Three carriages (two containing the mourners) would have constituted a funeral of the more expensive type. Driving along the Old Shoreham Road today, you can clearly see the wall, lodge and entrance gate of Hove’s first cemetery, and it’s well worth going inside and looking at the extravagant and even exuberant graves of our first wealthiest citizens, strung out along the Central Avenue. Hove’s rapid expansion during the early 20th century resulted in the Council building a second

cemetery across the road from the first. This has made the South Cemetery a very quiet place but at the same time it has enabled it to retain its original appeal. It is still a desirable final resting place in a garden between the Downs and the sea. www.thekeep.info Lindsey Tydeman

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Local history from Rachel Bridgeman…

“IF I DON’T SPEAK, WHO WILL?” - ALFRED HUBERMAN Holocaust Memorial Day, 27th January 2020, marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. One West Hove resident dedicated his life to bearing witness to the Holocaust in the hope that his own harrowing story would help future generations learn the lessons of the past, and to show how the Holocaust was a process which started with intolerance and discrimination. Painful though his memories were, Alfred gave talks to local schools and community groups. His widow told me: “Alfred wanted everyone to know what hatred of the other could bring about.” Alfred was part of a large, happy, close-knit family in Pulawy (Poland). Although he had previously encountered anti-Semitism, after the Wehrmacht invaded in 1939, the Jewish population was immediately confronted with violence – savage beatings; deportation for slave labour; driven into overcrowded ghettos. 11-year-old Alfred and his family fled to the countryside

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but, denounced by the local mayor, were forced into a Jewish ghetto. His family were torn from each other during a roundup; his last heart-breaking memory was of his youngest sister, terrified and distraught. Alfred was deported to a slave labour camp where, working in a munitions factory, he suffered from TNT poisoning and tuberculosis. Later, he was transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp from where – starved, emaciated and ill - he was forced on a Death March to Theresienstadt concentration camp. He was liberated in May 1945. Among 732 child Holocaust survivors brought to England, Alfred was first welcomed to Windermere (Lake District), before moving to Hove in 1946. He traced one sister who had miraculously survived Auschwitz; his parents, four sisters and more than 50 relatives perished in the death camps. “I get upset when I cannot remember their names. I am the only one left who knew them, what they looked like, so I often repeat to myself my cousins’ names.” He worked as a master tailor in Brighton, married a local girl and had three children. Alfred died in 2011. His legacy is The Alfred Huberman Award to encourage young people to learn the lessons of the Holocaust and to ensure that its horrors should never be forgotten (see separate article). To learn more about the history of Hove, join a guided historical walking tour led by a local historian. Hove Actually Walking Tours are fun, informative and best suited to the incurably curious. Email: hoveactuallywalks@gmail.com. Facebook: (Hove Actually Walking Tours). Rachel Bridgeman - local historian & tour guide

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Lagoon Update The Lagoon pools will be emptied and cleaned at the end of December and hopefully be refilled by early February. LagoonFest 2019 At its committee meeting on 27th November, Angie, Friends of Hove Lagoon Treasurer, reported that LagoonFest 2019 made a surplus of £13,149. This included donations from our main sponsors: The Cheese Hut, Empire Construction, Shoreham Port & Vero Screening, and our other sponsors, Big Beach Café, Lagoon Pirates and Lagoon Watersports. The funds will be used for our planting scheme and other projects to improve the Lagoon environment. We are already planning LagoonFest 2020, which will be held on September 5th. We couldn’t have done so well this year without our superb volunteers and as the event grows, we need even more, including people to lead on a number of activities. Please contact me if you are interested. We are particularly keen to encourage younger people to help, as this year Mischa and Amber (age 14) helped Elinor with the children’s games and they were wonderful!

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THE ALFRED HUBERMAN AWARD The Alfred Huberman Award is a writing competition designed to encourage young people to learn the lessons of the Holocaust and to ensure that its horrors should never be forgotten. The writing can take the form of a short essay, letter, poem or creative writing (max 500 words). Entries should demonstrate understanding of the Holocaust; how the story impacts on them; and the hopes they have for the future. There are two categories: primary school children aged 8-11 years (1st, 2nd, 3rd prizes of Waterstone vouchers of £25, £15, £10) & secondary school children aged 11-18 years (1st 2nd, 3rd prizes of £100, £50, £25 respectively). Prizes are awarded for the most striking pieces of writing. Closing date 30 June 2020. Entries accepted from schools and individuals. Further information: http://alfredhuberman.com/ or email info@ldhp.org.uk

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AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not, with currently over 700 meetings around the UK and Ireland and over 24,000 meetings worldwide. Lisa, 49, shares her story: “I met my husband when I was 20 years old. There was an instant attraction and within a month of meeting we were living together and inseparable. I knew he liked to have a drink, but I had no idea what an alcoholic was. “On our wedding day, he was hungover even though I had pleaded with him not to drink the night before. I worried every time he wasn’t home when he was supposed to be – “Is he dead?” I would ask myself. It got worse when I got pregnant; when our first child was born, he disappeared for almost four days. After our second child was born things got even worse; he was hardly ever home.

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COUNCILLORS FOR WISH AND WESTBOURNE Looking for a care home and need some friendly expert advice? Put your trust in us to help you. We understand that choosing the right care home can be an overwhelming and emotional experience. But rest assured we are here to help. Come and take a look around and get some guidance on those things that are concerning you. It’s the best way to feel more confident about your next steps. To find out more visit www.fshc.co.uk Bon Accord Care Home – 01273 769093

The Conservative councillors for Wish ward, Garry Peltzer Dunn and Robert Nemeth, hold an advice surgery on Saturday 11th January (the second Saturday in the month) as follows: 9am-10am : 234 New Church Road 10am-11am : Sanders House, Ingram Crescent 11am-12 noon : The Snug café, Stoneham Park No appointments are required and if anyone is unable to get to the surgery venues the councillors are very happy to visit your home. You can also contact them at: Robert.Nemeth@brighton-hove.gov.uk / 01273 291819 Garry.Peltzerdunn@brighton-hove.gov.uk / 01273 291186 The Labour councillors for Westbourne, Carmen Appich and Chris Henry, hold a surgery on the last Friday of the month, from 4-5pm, at Hove Museum. You can contact them at: Carmen.Appich@brighton-hove.gov.uk / 07562 437632 Christopher.Henry@brighton-hove.gov.uk / 07395 282745

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NEW ERA FOR WAGGIE TAILS... How long have you been grooming dogs? Hello, I am Rebecca Mckay. I have been a dog groomer for 13 years and 10 of those have been at 43 Boundary Road where I started Waggie Tails grooming by myself for a number of years. The business grew from strength to strength and I quickly was in high demand; this demand enabled Waggie Tails to grow into the business it is today serving the local pet community.

What is your favourite aspect of your work? My favourite aspect of my work is transforming my clients’ dogs from scruffy to fluffy, making them look great and allowing their owners to show their glamorous pampered pooches off around town. I also love to help with grooming-related advice on how best to care for their loved pooch’s coat.

Have you got a dog yourself? I have a small black and tan little bundle of cuteness chihuahua called Ollie and he is nine months old and full of beans. He loves to come to work with me to meet all the dogs in the shop, and has fast become the new Waggie Tails mascot; he loves to have his belly rubbed.

How long have you been based in West Hove? Waggie Tails has been always based in West Hove and is celebrating its 10-year anniversary at 43 Boundary Road.

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As part of the celebration Waggie Tails has a great announcement. As I wish for Waggie Tails to be the number one pet lovers’ community hub in the area, I am expanding Waggie Tails to include a dog-friendly tea house and pet shop, serving speciality grade coffee, brewed by a skilled barista, made using high-end equipment, ensuring our coffee is straight from bean to cup.

I am expanding Waggie Tails to include a dog-friendly tea house and pet shop Waggie Tails is a great place to come and meet petminded folks or just simply to come in and enjoy a great cup of coffee or our large array of different tea, cakes and pastries, light bites and treats for the dogs, all in a nice relaxed environment. I will also be offering time with myself, Rebecca, for all pet owners to come and learn to groom their own dogs, or even if you have always dreamt of working with dogs, Waggie Tails will be running certified accredited dog grooming courses of various levels to suit your requirements. Waggie Tails aims to be the one shop stop for all your pet-related needs.

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COUNCILLOR NEWS... Chris Henry and I have been very busy over the last few weeks. I am pleased to report that I have finally given up work in the credit union (though I remain an active member), so I can focus on my councillor tasks, which are many and varied. Chris and I have met several times with the West Hove Forum and the West Hove Seafront Action Group, to discuss ways of improving our neglected western seafront. We have also engaged with the new owner of “The Venue”, who is planning to work with residents to improve the area around this restaurant, which we hope will include new playground facilities and improved beach access for people with disabilities. City wide, Chris and I have been active in the licensing committee, including a visit with police to “Operation Marble” to observe policing and licensing in the night time economy. There’s also been a lot of training for us new councillors, on areas including licensing and planning policy and standards in public life. In my role as lead councillor for Adult Social Care I am engaging at national, city wide and local level: I have attended weekly meetings with council officers, quarterly sessions of the council’s health and wellbeing board, the public health workshop on dying well, the city safeguarding conference and the national care conference. I am very happy to report that I have found some amazing staff and residents during my visits to local care homes for older people and for people with disabilities. I am looking forward to completing my round of visits, including lunch clubs and day facilities, early in the new year. Chris has been busy with the South Downs National Park authority, and with school transport problems some parents have been experiencing following a change of provider.

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NEW BUSINESS COMES TO BRIGHTON IF YOU LOVE DOGS READ ON... Mark, I hear you’re bringing a new business to Brighton that will interest pet owners and particularly dog lovers. Tell us more. Yes, my brother has been running a successful dog boarding business in the Midlands for some years. Living locally, I know there are so many dog owners around Brighton & Hove who want to lead a more flexible life and need a trusted home for their precious pet while they’re away. Does that mean you will be looking for people to host these dogs in their own homes? Yes, we are keen to hear from people who have a secure home with space, and most importantly, love dogs. What sort of person would fit the bill?

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WHAT’S ON… Until 1 March 2020 Cultural Icons: Remaking a Popular Pottery Tradition Hove Museum From 18 January to 10 March 2020 Cultural Icons of the Brighton & Hove Emmaus community Members of the Brighton & Hove Emmaus community, who support people to work their way out of homelessness, have created their own contemporary flat-back figures inspired by the Cultural Icons pottery exhibition. This display features their works and the stories behind the making of their pieces. Free displays; 10am-5pm (Sundays 2-5pm) Daily, except Wednesdays Hove Museum 19 New Church Road

Mondays Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park Free; 7.15am-8.05am www.meetup.com/HoveWeekly-Beach-Walks Hove Museum Minis Fun with craft and story-telling Age 2-5; £2.50 per child; drop-in, 10am-12 noon (term-time only), Hove Museum Music Bugs 10am Toddlers 11am Babies Hove Methodist Church Contact Kelly Haigh: 08448 221174 kelly@musicbugs.co.uk Holistic Yoga 6-7.15pm; The Snug, Stoneham Park info@yogashanta.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners Plus: 6.30pm-7.25pm Int/Adv: 7.30pm-8.25pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com

Beginners Flamenco Dance 7.30-8.30pm The Dance Station, 57 North Street, Portslade Ana: 07939 938565 www.flamencodance.co.uk Brighton Theatre of the Air Radio Drama Meetup group 8pm; Goldstone Ex Service Club, 20 Shirley Street btota.co.uk / 07818 118062 6th January Portslade & West Hove Carers Afternoon Tea 2-3.30pm, The Railway Inn For more information, contact Pam on 01273 746222 13th, 20th & 27th January Quiz Actually 8-10.30pm The Railway Inn, 2 Station Road Call 01273 271220 or email  railwayinnquiz@gmail.com to book

Tuesdays Badaboum! French music playgroup Drop-in; £5; term-time only 9.30-10.30am The Snug, Stoneham Park 07917 282679 badaboum@talktalk.net

Beginners Yoga 7-8pm The Snug, Stoneham Park Contact Charlie Nash info@yogafrogs.com JOY Choir Collective Fun, friendly choir for all singers Drop-in and free taster sessions 7.30-9pm St Philip’s Church Hall New Church Road injoychoir@gmail.com Kate 07786 704322 Ninjutsu and Jujutsu Traditional Japanese martial arts, 8-9.30pm; 16+ 07719 510749 shinobi1957@gmail.com 7th January Life Drawing Supervised class by artist Dan Palmer £7, pay on the day, all materials provided; 7–9pm, The Railway Inn, 2 Station Road Call 01273 271 220 or email info@therailwayinnportslade. co.uk to book your place

14 January Pottery & Pints Pottery workshop for beginners 7-9pm, The Railway Inn Visit www.potteryandpints. Get Active for Older Adults co.uk (age 50+) to book your place or call 10.30-11.30am; £5 01424 252468 for more St Barnabas Church Contact suzy.hawker@ntlworld. information com th 01273 726507 to reserve a place 28 January Paint Club Painting class – all materials Pilates Mat Classes Gentle Beginners: 9.45-10.40am provided, no experience required Beginners: 10.45-11.40am 7-9pm, The Railway Inn Beginners: 6-6.55pm Visit www.thepaintclub.co.uk/ Beginners Plus: 11.45ambook 12.40pm or call 07821 059 464 for more Masons Yard, Westbourne information Street 07973 719363 Wednesdays claire@hovepilates.com Food & Friendship Lunch Club 12.30pm; £4 Hove Methodist Church 01273 324600 (HMC Office) Singing for Pleasure 2pm; (Taster £3.50) Hove Methodist Church Corinne 01273 565130 Singingforpleasure@hotmail. co.uk

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Little Pickles Music for parents & toddlers 10-11am, Hove Methodist Church David Taggart: 07758 008625 www.littlepicklemusic.co.uk Rainbow Dancers Creative dance and movement classes for boys and girls from walking age to 4 years; 10.30-11.30am, Bishop Hannington Youth & Community Centre, Nevill Avenue Louise: 07539 128050 Music with Mike 1.15-1.45pm & 2-2.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park musicwithmike.co.uk Singing Mamas A meditative singing group for mums and babies 1.30pm Hove Methodist Church Contact Eugeny Couture: eugeny@singingmamaschoir. com General Level Pilates 6-7pm Tree of Life Centre, Portland Road Emily: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Hove Al-Anon Newcomers welcome 7-8pm weekly; St Philip’s Church – the Vestry room 71 New Church Road, BN3 4BB Contact: 0800 0086 811 or admin@al-anonuk.org.uk Holistic Yoga 7.30-8.45pm The Snug, Stoneham Park info@yogashanta.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 9.45-10.40am and 6.45-7.40pm Intermediate: 7.45-8.40pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com Martial Arts An introduction into the martial arts of the samurai and ninja of old Japan; 16+, 7.30pm 07719 510749 Shinobi1957@gmail.com

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David Taggart: 07758 008625 www.littlepicklemusic.co.uk Body Control Pilates 10.45-11.45am The Snug, Stoneham Park mypilatesbrighton@gmail.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 11-11.55am Intermediate: 10-10.55am Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com Beginners Pilates 11am-12 noon Tree of Life Centre Portland Road Contact Emily: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Mum & Baby Physio-Led Pilates 12-12.55pm and 1-1.55pm  The Snug, Stoneham Park Emma: 07545 445656 physiotone@gmail.com Osteoporosis Exercise Class Stronger Fitter Bones 9.45am, 11am, 12.30pm Modena Rd, Hove Bex 07970 505186 rebecca.morant@gmail.com Pilates for Osteoporosis 1.45pm Modena Rd, Hove Bex 07970 505186 rebecca.morant@gmail.com Food & Friendship Lunch Club For people with learning disabilities and over-50s (term-time only) 12.30pm; Hove Methodist Church cookingcaroline@outlook.com Speech & Drama Class with LAMDA Preparation 5-8 years; 4-5pm (term-time) The Snug, Stoneham Park jude@speakingworks.co.uk 07900 301375 Pilates Improvers 6.15pm Intermediate 7.30pm Hove Methodist Church Contact Emily to book: 07709 357622 www.pilateswithemily.co.uk Tai Chi Beginners Course 9th Jan – 12th March 8-9pm King Alfred Leisure Centre Tim Jones 07914 388290 wishwudangtaichi.org.uk

Wind-down Hatha Yoga 7.15-8.15pm & 8.15-9.15pm, The Snug Contact Anya Patterson on 07725 162831 or email anyalily@hotmail.com Ninjutsu and Jujutsu Traditional Japanese martial arts, 8-9.30pm; 16+ 07719 510749 shinobi1957@gmail.com 1st Thursday of the month Social Club for over-50s 2.30-4.30pm Vestry, St Philip’s Church 9 January Roots Night Music from Kev Minney £7; pay on the door 8-10.30pm; The Railway Inn Call 01273 271220 or email info@irregularrecords.co.uk  for more information th

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10th January Textile Group: Re-fashion, Re-use, Re-love Practise upcycling – some equipment is available Free; drop-in; 1-3pm Hove Museum 10th January Every Object Tells a Story Chat to museum staff and take a closer look at objects from the museum’s stores, not normally on public display. Free; drop-in; all ages; 3-4pm Hove Museum 10th January DJ Daddy Marcus Soul, funk, rare groove and disco tunes 8–11pm, The Railway Inn Call 01273 271 220 or email info@ therailwayinnportslade.co.uk, to book a table 17th January DJ Dumani  Disco, funk and soul classics 8pm – 11pm, The Railway Inn Call 01273 271220 or email info@ therailwayinnportslade.co.uk to book a table

Saturdays HIP (High Intensity Power) Pilates £48 for 6-week course or £10 drop-in, 8.15-9.05am Tree of Life Centre, Portland Road Contact Rachel on 07941 092612 or attmerepilates.com Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 9-9.55am High Intensity Power Pilates: 10-10.50am Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 claire@hovepilates.com Fitbods Fit Camp Outdoor circuits/HIIT class 10-11am Wish Park Tel Sara: 07812 093378 YogaFrogs Age 5-11; 10am-11am; £7 The Snug, Stoneham Park Booking essential: info@ yogafrogs.co.uk  or 07920 403657 Gentle Exercise Class for older or unfit people 4.30-6.30pm Hove Methodist Church

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1st Saturday of the month Vestry Café 10.30am-12.30pm Vestry, St Philip’s Church

11th January Hatchery Writers: Divided We Stand Comedy script writers vrian Mitchell & Joseph Nixon talk about their collaborative work for TV and stage. All welcome; £2 members, £3 non-members; Pay at the meeting; 10.50am-1pm, Hove Library Details: thehatcherywritersgroup. wordpress.com/ or email hatchery.writers@ gmail.com  25th January Cultural Icons Artist Talk: Christie Brown Christie Brown, artist and Emerita Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster in London, discusses the inspiration for her work including the pieces ‘OMG!’ representing Love Island 2018 winners Jack and Dani and ‘Elementary’ commemorating the BBC series Sherlock featured in the Cultural Icons exhibition. 2-3pm; free (tea/coffee & biscuits provided); donations welcome; Hove Museum 4th Saturday of the month Scribblers - Hatchery Writers subgroup, Share and critique one another’s work on a regular basis. 1- 3pm, Wolseley Room Hove Library Contact Vicky: scribblers. hove@gmail.com

Sundays 26th January Choo Choo Ch’Boogie Vintage tea dance with DJ Jivin’ Jim Dandy 4-6pm; The Railway Inn This is not a definitive list of events. If you would like to add your event, please email us at info@westhovedirectory.co.uk. We try to ensure the listings are correct, but please check with the organisers of activities when attending for the first time.Some events may be termtime only.

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SIX TIPS TO MAKE MEDITATING EASY Years ago, when at university, I was in awe of a friend who completed a full-time Masters with honours, while working in a high responsibility full time job. Her secret? She always meditated before studying. Meditation has many known health benefits – improved focus, immunity, sleep, energy. It’s also known to help reduce stress, anxiety and even panic attacks. With all that being said, many people find it challenging to stop their mind’s chatter or find the time to stop and sit still for even a few minutes a day.

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FRIENDS OF STONEHAM PARK Our Christmas Market and Santa’s Grotto on 7 December was an enormous success. The weather was good and the sun shone. The music played, the choir sang and the mulled wine flowed. Crowds turned out and people were happy. In all we took nearly £1,400 on the day, making a respectable surplus for our coffers. And the band of local volunteers who made all this happen had a very enjoyable time. There is not enough space to thank all the people who helped us in one way or another but you know who you are, so thank you from the bottom of my heart. Richard Hearnden News from the Friends of Wish Park...

WISHFEST 2020 Friends of Wish Park are excited to announce that this year’s festival in the park will take place on Saturday 11 July 2020. If you want to have a stall, perform, get involved or be a sponsor we’d love to hear from you. We will also be holding a meeting on February 4 to discuss how to improve the park, exciting news about a new mural and to decide how to spend the money raised from WishFest 2019. Please visit our Facebook page facebook.com/friendsofwishpark or email us at wishparkfriends@gmail.com

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You can celebrate Chinese New Year in Portland Road...

LION DANCE AT ASIANA Last January Asiana at 117 Portland Road had a great time celebrating their first Chinese New Year in Portland Road.

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25th January and 2020 is the Year of the Rat. The Rat is the first sign from the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese Zodiac and the Year of the Rat is therefore considered a year of new beginnings and renewals. There will again be a Lion Dance performance for Chinese New Year at Asiana on the afternoon of Sunday 26th January. For updates, visit Facebook: Asiana Grocery & Dim Sum.

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Recycle your Christmas tree for charity...

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The Hove Soiree Rotary Club Christmas tree recycling collection will run again in January 2020 and will cover most of the roads between Boundary Road and Hove Street, from the south side of Portland Road down to the A259 Kingsway, as well as Poets Corner and the area around Stoneham. We ask for a minimum charitable donation of £4. More details online at http://bit.ly/HSR-Xmas - as well as a form to pre-book a collection on Sunday 5th January. Please ensure that you leave your tree outside for collection by 11am to avoid us missing you, and if not prepaid, please leave cash in an envelope attached to the tree.

Martlets has marathon places available for runners keen to set a New Year goal and raise funds for the hospice. Martlets will provide support including fundraising help and a branded sports vest. Martlets places are available for the Brighton Half Marathon on 23rd February and the Brighton Marathon on 19th April, as well as limited places for the London Marathon. If you’ve already got your place and would like to be a part of #TeamMartlets, email clem.hunnisett@martlets. org.uk or ring 01273 747455.

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Hove Methodist Church in Portland Road need help to get their roof repaired...

HOVE METHODIST CHURCH ROOF FUND An old church in need of roof repairs is such a cliché, but here we are – any minute now we’ll be putting a thermometer up on the wall outside. We need to keep the hundreds of people using our church building every week warm and dry.

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A recent cascade of water down the organ stairs prompted us to call the roofer. Once he got the tiles off and the long-term damage was revealed, an initial quote of £3,000 ballooned to £20,000. And there are more tiles missing elsewhere. So, for the first time in years, we are raising money for ourselves. As a church our policy is to spend what we have making this building earn its place in the local community, every penny of our rents goes towards this. We encourage groups that in turn foster community. Our aim is to spread the good news through the myriad moments of grace that happen under this roof.

We welcome people of all faiths or no faith - one of our lunch club regulars is a militant atheist and enjoys regular theological disputation with the Minister but otherwise our theology is largely practice-based. We know some other local churches are in far worse situations than us, so we’re not asking for large sums, just a few pounds if you are moved to give them, dropped into the office, or passed to a lunch club volunteer, or popped through our letter box. Elin Star, Hove Methodist Church office@hovemethodistchurch.co.uk

News from the council...

COUNCIL EMISSIONS FALL Brighton & Hove City Council saw another big reduction in carbon emissions in 2018/19. Figures show the city council’s total carbon footprint was 21,793 tonnes CO2e compared with 24,965 in 2017/18, a fall of 12.7%. This exceeds a council target of a 4% reduction for the year. The figures look at emissions including electricity, gas and oil use in corporate buildings, schools and housing (communal supplies) as well as emissions from street lighting electricity and fuel usage from fleet vehicles. The council’s goal is to be carbon neutral by 2030.

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An update on the council’s policy on the use of glyphosate...

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COUNCIL TO CONTINUE WITH MANUAL WEEDING Brighton & Hove City Council’s Environment, Transport and Sustainability Committee agreed at its meeting on 26th November to end the use of glyphosate by its Environmental Management services with immediate effect, other than in exceptional cases to kill invasive plant species such as Japanese knotweed or to kill tree stumps. Glyphosate, commonly known as Roundup, is the world’s most widely sold weed killer, but many experts believe it causes cancer in humans while destroying the environment and wildlife. The removal of weeds in parks and on hard surfaces will instead be undertaken manually and the committee will review this approach in autumn 2020. Cityclean have responsibility for removing weeds on hard surfaces. They have explored different options but the only effective and affordable method was manual removal. This will involve employing an additional six staff for six months during the growing season which will cost £70,000 a year, which is £33,000 more than it would cost with the use of glyphosate. A report to the council said that ending the use of pesticides on hard surfaces would be likely to mean that there will be more visible weeds for longer periods of time. However, weeds contribute to biodiversity by providing a habitat and source of food for insects.

Cllr Pete West said that the Green Party had been calling for this policy for a number of years. However, he thought it was important that pavements remained weed-free to avoid trip hazards, so it was sensible to keep the new technique under review. Vanessa Brown, Conservative councillor for Hove Park, commented: “Residents like the idea of a pesticide-free city but they also don’t like to see all the weeds on the pavements. They are particularly bad in the outlying areas that have less footfall and this has been made worse recently by the fact that all the leaves have been coming off the trees. They’ve all got caught up in the weeds and it has become a mess in some places right across the pavement and a trip hazard.” Rachel Chasseaud of City Environmental Management reported that the council had only carried out about six weeks of manual weed removal in 2019 as a test and in the winter the weeds would start to die off naturally. In 2020 the weed removal will be much better planned, using information from this year’s trial. Please send local articles about local events and items of interest to info@westhovedirectory.co.uk

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