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WEST HOVE October 2018 ISSUE 88

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West Hove Person – Gerald Flanagan

September has been a great month in West Hove, with the huge success of Lagoon Fest. Local councillor Robert Nemeth has a report on the event.

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Brighton Science Festival + Portland Road Flats

Autumn is well and truly here now and it’s great to have the Martlets Snailspace giant snails to brighten up our city. Another event this month is the Brighton Early Music Festival, which begins on 26th October. If you’re a classical music fan, it’s a good idea to get hold of a brochure or look online and book your tickets now. We also have details of a couple of Halloween events for all the family.

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Michael Sharman

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New Litter Recycling Bins at Hove Lagoon

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Where in West Hove? and Councillor Details

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Brighton Early Music Festival 2018

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Our featured local person this month is Gerald Flanagan, who does a great job looking after Wish Park and Davis Park. 3 Have a great October!

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The West Hove Directory Team

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Meet the man who looks after two of our parks...

WEST HOVE PERSON – GERALD FLANAGAN Gerald Flanagan is a Senior Gardener at Wish Park and Davis Park. How long have you been a gardener in the parks? I have worked in the parks for 15 years, 10 of those at Wish Park. I also spent some time helping to improve Stoneham Park which is where I first got involved with Friends groups and the local community! What is the best part of your job? Helping to start a local community group through the park and then watching it grow gives me real satisfaction! The community buzz spreads quite quickly as5I think it has in West Hove and now right down to the Lagoon, as we have seen recently! Also at the end of the week when all the grass is cut and the park is ready for the weekend is a nice feeling especially when you see all the different types of park users getting on with their thing, the café and playground is busy and all the improvements are down to the local community through fundraising events and grants! Davis Park has a recently formed Friends group so watch this space!


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What sort of problems do you face? The main problem is budgetary cuts! This leaves the front-line workers very short staffed and sometimes frustrated at the horticultural standard we can or can’t achieve. I am lucky that I have had the pleasure of a fantastic volunteer called Stephen for quite a few years now and he helps with my sanity! The parks are so important for the health and wellbeing of the community to hopefully keep people out of the doctors’ surgeries and that must save valuable time and money. The parks are one of the only places to visit which are still free to use by all! What sort of jobs are you doing in the autumn?


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As the parks become more quiet we start to repair any damage from a long hot summer. We repair the grass, play areas, paths etc. Also we renovate the cricket square and put it to bed for the winter, cut back the wildflowers on the Wish hills and then start cutting back the shrubbery to regenerate it for next year. So basically we are already thinking about the shape of the parks for next spring and how we can improve things! How can people help? We are always looking for volunteers and also new members for the Friends groups! There is a community vegetable garden in Wish Park and anyone is welcome to help out, learn some growing skills and get a share of the spoils. It would be good to have some young families to get a perspective of the park and how we can improve it. So please if you see me in the park come and let me know!

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This photo was taken in Kingsway, at the bottom of Tennis Road, in July 1914, just prior to the breakout of the First World War. It has been kindly provided by Geoff Pike. Geoff’s great-grandfather was Inspecting Officer of Brighton Coastguard from 1913 to 1919 and Geoff coincidentally now lives in Tennis Road himself. (The colour photo shows how the same area looks now.)

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HALLOWEEN IN WEST HOVE The Secret Garden Group will be holding their free annual Trick or Treat event behind St Leonard’s Church (New Church Road) on Wednesday 31st October, from 4 pm until 6 pm (donations welcome). There will be pumpkin soup, games and ghosts galore, and it’s suitable for children of all ages. You might want to bring a torch. For more information, email


On Tuesday 30th October, 4pm to 8pm, the Ingram Crescent Residents’ Association are holding their Halloween celebration at the spooky log cabin on the green by Ingram Crescent East. There will be a competition for the best costume and refreshments will be available. Events for all ages...

SCIENCE FESTIVAL The Brighton Science Festival is back this October. For young folks (age 7-14) and parents, Hands-On Half-Term is back in various places around Brighton (October 20-26). For adults, The Big Monstrous Day (Sunday October 28) will be dealing with monstrous subjects in this 200th anniversary year of Frankenstein, such as modifying the genomes of our beloveds, and robots replacing us in the workplace. Big Science Saturday (Saturday October 27) has speakers on six different and fascinating topics. For more information, visit

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Sad news about a popular figure in the local community...

MICHAEL SHARMAN (1939-2018) We are very sad to report that Mike Sharman, a former GP in Hangleton, the founding chair of the Kingsway and West Hove Residents’ Association (KAWHRA), and a past contributor to the West Hove Directory, died suddenly on 24th August, aged 78. Mike grew up in Luton. He and his cousin Paul spent a lot of time together as children. Paul says in his memoirs: “He was always trying to share his games and teach me little experiments with sand, mud, water - whatever came to hand. He really had an 11 amazing enquiring mind and I was never surprised that he became a doctor. In my view he could have had a successful career as a scientist.” He joined two GP surgeries in Sackville Road and West Way in 1966, retiring in 2006. The two surgeries merged in 1990, becoming Hove Medical Centre in Hangleton. He was by all accounts a very popular and compassionate doctor. Mike kept busy in his retirement and achieved much, despite serious increasing deafness. In 2011 he became the founding chair of KAWHRA after a planning application was made to build the six-storey Portzed development on the south side of Kingsway. He played a major part in getting this planning application, which included huge wind turbines between the six tower blocks, rejected, although a subsequent slightly smaller development without the turbines later received permission. Mike even went to the lengths of visiting the turbine makers in London which enabled him to demonstrate that the proposed turbines were far larger than shown in the developers’ designs. In recent years, Mike had helped to create a community garden on the plot of land behind St Leonard’s Church. Joi Jones, Volunteer Co-ordinator of the Secret Garden Group, said: “I first met Mike at KAWHRA and knew him to be a man of action, a motivator and community minded. He was the one to leap at the idea to create a community garden. Mike became the Vice Chair of our small committee and showed how valuable he was with his brilliant ideas, carpentry skills and enthusiasm, backed by his lovely wife Sheila with her useful gardening tips and ensuring he didn’t overdo things (as he was always apt to). “At Secret Garden events Mike created brilliant games for the children and adults alike to enjoy and always dressed up for the role. His witty sense of humour kept

us amused during the long winter months and throughout the year. He became our funding officer and along with myself attended award ceremonies and gave talks at various venues in order to promote the Secret Garden. He has been a great friend and all at the Secret Garden will miss him enormously.” As well as gardening, Mike enjoyed watching rugby and attending science lectures at the Royal Institution in London, took part in many sponsored walking and cycling events for the Martlets hospice, and he and his wife rode a tandem. Local councillor Garry Peltzer Dunn said: “Mike was a true gentleman who contributed so much to us all. His leadership in forming the Kingsway and West Hove Residents’ Association led to our area having a powerful residents’ voice which has contributed so much to the public debate on many issues including planning and parking. He was the first Chairman of KAWHRA and chaired the public meetings in an open and unbiased manner. A difficult thing to do when sometimes nearly 200 residents attended, many with differing views. Residents left feeling they had been fairly treated. A fitting tribute to Mike will be our continuation of the work he started.” Mike leaves behind his wife, Sheila, two children from his first marriage, Nicholas and Samantha, and three grandchildren, Ben, Max and Jasmine. His funeral was held at St Leonard’s Church.

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NEW LITTER RECYCLING BINS AT HOVE LAGOON Brighton & Hove City Council have installed three new bins at Hove Lagoon which make it easier to dispose of rubbish environmentally. The dual litter/recycling bins arrived just in time for LagoonFest. Many people are confused by what can and can’t be recycled, so this is how the bins should be used: REFUSE SIDE


• Plastic cups • Coffee cups • Plastic food trays & disposable cutlery • Drink pouches • Plastic bags • General refuse • Polystyrene foam and food packaging • Crisp + chocolate packets • Drink cartons (Tetrapak) • Food waste • Nappies • Foil • Paper food plates • Tissue Brighton HALF LOOK UP OL HR.pdf 1 • Glass

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Putting items which can’t be recycled, such as coffee cups, in the recycling side, will contaminate the whole load, so the message is: “If in doubt, bin it.” This is a three-month trial scheme which could, if there isn’t too much contamination of the recycling, be rolled out to other areas in the future. The refuse section of the bins will be emptied by the council, while the recycling will be checked and emptied regularly by the Big Beach Café and the Friends of Hove Lagoon. A Trash Converter at LagoonFest was a resounding success, with children earning free sweets for picking up litter. The stall was provided by the council and run by Dean Jackson Waste Management, who also provided extra bins on the day and cleared up afterwards with the help of Friends of Hove Lagoon volunteers.









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Answers for last month’s pictures: 1. Wine barrel at Hove Lagoon crazy golf 2. City Wood Floors in Portland Road 3. Shoreham Port sign in Wharf Road

COUNCILLORS FOR WISH AND WESTBOURNE The Conservative councillors for Wish ward, Garry Peltzer Dunn and Robert Nemeth, hold an advice surgery on Saturday 13th October (the second Saturday in the month) as follows: 9am-10am: 234 New Church Road 10am-11am: Sanders House, Ingram Crescent 11am-12 noon: The Hive cafĂŠ, 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 email them at or The Westbourne councillors hold a surgery on Friday 12th October (the second Friday of each month) at Hove Museum: 4pm-5pm: 5pm-6pm:

Cllr Tom Bewick (Labour) Cllr Denise Cobb (Conservative)

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BRIGHTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018 26th OCTOBER TO 11th NOVEMBER Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) is exploring the topical theme of Europe this autumn, with 24 concerts featuring 700 years of music from 17 European countries taking place across the city. There’s opera with street dance at The Old Market


Highlights include a double bill of early Italian and English opera. Monteverdi’s Ballodelle ingrate and Blow’s Venus and Adonis are directed by Thomas Guthrie, with an exciting young cast and street dance choreographed by J P Omari of Brighton-based Streetfunk (The Old Market, 6-8 November). The festival culminates in a concert of choral and orchestral music for peace to celebrate Armistice Day (St Martin’s Church, 11 November). The festival features several lunchtime and afternoon concerts and all events can be reached on at least one of Brighton bus services 1, 5, 7 and 25. Tickets start at £5 and can be booked online at the festival website at or via Brighton Dome Ticket Office on 01273 709709. You can also request a festival brochure via the festival website or by phoning 01273 833746.

AN EXTRA CROSSING IN PORTLAND ROAD? We have been asked by a number of residents for a full crossing on Portland Road near to Rutland Gardens so that there is easier access across Portland Road to Sainsbury’s and for parents crossing the road to reach West Hove School. There is an existing pedestrian refuge island here that allows residents to safely cross Portland Road in two halves. Improvements are being designed to make the distance even shorter and we suggest that the existing crossing, as well as any improvements, should appropriately serve the number of pedestrians wishing to cross at this point. The council has a programme of installing pedestrian crossings of various types, ranging from simple dropped kerbs, pedestrian islands, zebra controlled and sign controlled crossings. This programme is prioritised using agreed criteria. Please let us know what you think - and we will present to council. Ivan Lyons, Westbourne Conservative Team

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This article is by Wish ward councillor Robert Nemeth...

LAGOONFEST...FEEDBACK REQUIRED Now that the dust has settled after the first ever Lagoonfest, my fellow Friends of Hove Lagoon and I are keen to know what everyone living in the area thought about the action-packed day. For those who don’t know, Lagoonfest was held on Saturday 8th September. The free community event included all manner of activities. There were stalls, bands, games, food, drink, a paddle-board race, a dog show and much more. It was opened by our great supporter Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim, who played an impromptu set towards the end of the day; much to the delight of many attending.


In organising the event, we tried to plan for every eventuality. A lot of time and energy was put by volunteers into making it both fun and safe. Months were spent Left to right: Liz Ward, Norman Cook, Robert Nemeth and Sue Johnson preparing risk assessments, traffic plans and steward briefings. Getting the right insurance in place was a military operation in itself (and thanks must go to committee member Peter Reeves for his perseverance W A Team of local Artisans specialising in here). handcrafted fitted furniture


It all paid off as the event ultimately went without a hitch. Numbers were certainly up on predictions. Perhaps 6,000 attended which is phenomenal as it really puts what Cllr Garry Peltzer Dunn and I like to call “Hove’s premier seafront attraction” back into the spotlight. Not only were serious funds raised for the improvement of the Lagoon, but the powers-that-be are left in no doubt that it must be kept in tip-top condition.

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On that point, we were incredibly proud that the Lagoon was left tidier than it started. We also recycled a huge amount of what was deposited by attendees. This success can be attributed to Dean Jackson Waste Disposal who looked after us on the day for no charge. It’s hard to know who to thank as so many helped out; not least Martin Webb who oversaw the stage and bands. Special recognition must go to Liz Ward and Sue Johnson though who did more than anybody. Their respective contributions were invaluable. We are now in the process of deciding what to do next year and it’s on this point that we would like to hear from the community. Any ideas, suggestions, criticisms or complaints would be hugely appreciated. Cllr Robert Nemeth is Chairman of the Friends of Hove Lagoon.

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KNIGHT SUPPORT A year ago, after drinking many bottles of wine and taking an overdose, Lynne Knight proceeded to jump off the end of Brighton Palace Pier, having a complete mental breakdown from being evicted from her home and facing being sent to a bedsit in Eastbourne with her four daughters, two of them in their GCSE years. Even with loving parents’ financial support she was unable to privately rent. After being sectioned in hospital and too ill to look after her girls, she had to live apart from them for almost six months which was the hardest six months of her life. Now, a year later, they are back together and have a roof over their heads and, from all their heartache, Knight Support has been born and Lynne has managed to use their problems to help others. One year later, she is here to see her beautiful girls grow and, no matter what, she will never be without them ever again.

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We have started the process to set up Knight Support as a registered charity using our heartache to bring kindness, laughter, hope and warmth to others in need. The community project has run on community spirit with no funding or money donations! If anyone out there is suffering, please seek the help you need or message Lynne is always happy to chat to anyone in need; she would also like to hear from anyone who wishes to volunteer for the project!

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WHAT’S ON IN WEST HOVE… Until 12th Oct Modern Marvels Until 6th Nov University of Brighton MA Craft Graduation Show 10am-5pm (Sundays 2-5pm) Daily, except Wednesdays Hove Museum 19 New Church Road


Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park. Free; 7.15am-8.05am Speech & Drama LAMDA Classes Age 5-12; 4.30 & 5.30pm (term time). All Saints Church 07900 301375 Pilates Mat Classes Beginners Plus: 6.30pm-7.25pm Int/Adv: 7.30pm-8.25pm Masons Yard, Westbourne Street 07973 719363 Holistic Yoga 6.15-7.45pm; The Snug, Stoneham Park Brighton Theatre of the Air Radio Drama Meetup group 8pm Goldstone Ex Service Club, 20 Shirley Street / 07818 118062 Beginners Flamenco Dance 7.30-8.30pm The Dance Station, 57 North Street, Portslade Ana: 07939 938565 1st, 8th and 15th October Hove Museum Minis Fun with craft and storytelling Age 2-5; £2 per child; drop-in 10am-12 noon (term-time only) Hove Museum 1st October Portslade & West Hove Carers Afternoon Tea 2-3.30pm The Railway Inn, 2 Station Road For more information, call Pam on 01273 746222


Badaboum! French music playgroup Drop-in; £5 9.30-10.30am The Snug, Stoneham Park 07917 282679

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Music for Aardvarks 6 months to 5 years 10am; Glebe Villas Hall Get Active for Older Adults (age 50+) 10.30-11.30am; £5 St Barnabas Church Contact suzy.hawker@ 01273 726507 to reserve a place Pilates Mat Classes Gentle Beginners: 9.45-10.40am Beginners: 10.45-11.40am Beginners Plus: 11.45am-12.40pm Masons Yard, Westbourne St. 07973 719363 Oh Sew Ditsy Sewcial Informal sewing sessions 11am-1pm; £12.50 per session The Snug, Stoneham Park Book online at Food & Friendship Lunch Club 12.30pm Three courses for £2 Hove Methodist Church 01273 324600 (HMC Office) Parent and Baby Massage 1.30-2.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park To book: togethertouch@gmail. com Or call Hayley 07528 833166 Singing for Pleasure 2pm; (Taster £3.50) Hove Methodist Church Corinne 01273 565130 Singingforpleasure@ Well Balanced Kids Yoga Ages 5-11 3.45-4.30pm; £30 per half term The Snug, Stoneham Park Antenatal classes 6.45pm Holy Cross Church, Tamworth Rd. To pre-book call 07494 002577 or visit 23rd (and 25th) October Super Snails and Other Bugs Drop-in workshop; age 3+; £2.50 10am-12 noon & 1-3pm Hove Museum 30th October Ghosts and Ghouls Drop-in workshop; age 3+; £2.50 10am-12 noon & 1-3pm Hove Museum 30th October Halloween event 4pm-8pm At the log cabin on the green by Ingram Crescent East


Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park Free; 7.15am-8.05am Ladies’ Exercise Class Drop in for a 30 min session any time between 9.30-10.30am (please arrive by 10am) United Reformed Church Hall Eire: 07928 463279 Little Pickles Music for parents & toddlers 10-11am, Hove Methodist Church David Taggart: 07758 008625 Music with Mike 1.15-1.45pm & 2-2.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park General Level Pilates 6-7pm Tree of Life Centre, Portland Rd. Contact Emily: 07709 357622 Holistic Yoga 7.30-8.45pm The Snug, Stoneham Park Fun Cake Decorating for all 7-9pm; 49 Langdale Road Pat Ashby 01273 736722 Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 6.45-7.40pm Masons Yard, Westbourne St. 07973 719363 The Creation Station Age 15 months to 5 years £7; booking essential 10.30-11.15am The Snug, Stoneham Park jenelfverson@thecreation 07902 967709 31st October Halloween Trick or Treat event 4pm-6pm The Secret Garden (behind St Leonard’s Church)


Speaking Works Active Story-telling Classes (age 2½ to 5). 9.30-10.30am The Snug, Stoneham Park 07900 301375 Little Pickles Music for parents & toddlers 10-11am, Hove Methodist Church David Taggart: 07758 008625 Body Control Pilates 10.40-11.40am The Snug, Stoneham Park Pilates Mat Classes Beginners: 11-11.55am Intermediate: 10-10.55am Masons Yard, Westbourne St. 07973 719363 27 Beginners Pilates 11am-12 noon Tree of Life Centre, Portland Rd. Contact Emily: 07709 357622 Food & Friendship Lunch Club For people with learning disabilities and over-50s (term-time only) 12.30pm; Hove Methodist Church Speech & Drama Class with LAMDA Preparation 5-8 years; 4.30-5.30pm The Snug, Stoneham Park 07900 301375 Pilates Improvers 6.15pm Intermediate 7.30pm Hove Methodist Church Contact Emily to book: 07709 357622 Wish Wudang Tai Chi Club Beginners class starts 13th Sept 8-9pm; King Alfred Leisure Centre Contact Tim on 07914 388290 4th October Social Club for over 50s 2.30-4.30pm Vestry, St Philip’s Church

4th October Roots Night Music from David Rovics 8-11pm; The Railway Inn


Hove Earlybird Beach Walkers Meet in front of King Alfred car park. Free; 7.15am-8.05am Ladies’ Exercise Class Drop in for a 30 min session any time between 8.30-10.30am (please arrive by 10am) United Reformed Church Hall Eire: 07928 463279 Chi Gong 9.30-10.30am The Hive, Stoneham Park Mindful Body Yoga 10:30am - 11:30am Drop in; pay by donation The Snug, Stoneham Park General Level Pilates 12.15pm Tree of Life Centre, Portland Rd. Emily: 07709 357622 Friday Fun and Toy Swap Term time 3.45-5.30pm; £3 Shoreham Port Soul Kitchen Baltic Wharf, Wellington Road Enquiries 07814 736486 Vital Danza 8.15-9.45pm; £10 The Float Spa, Third Avenue


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: or 07920403657


Gentle Exercise Class for older or unfit people 4.30-6.30pm Hove Methodist Church 1st Saturday of the month Vestry Café 10.30am-12.30pm Vestry, St Philip’s Church 6th, 13th and 20th October Arty Crafty Club £6.50 per child; drop-in; 8-12 years 2-4pm (term-time only) Hove Museum 20th October History & Fiction Finding the Balance Talk by Richard Buxton Open to all; £2 12.30-2.30pm Vallance Centre, 2 Conway Court thehatcherywritersgroup.


7th October Harvest Festival Service 9.30am St Leonard’s Church 21st October Soldiers, Saints, Celebrities and Saxons A guided historic walking tour of West Hove £8 (£6 conc); 11am-1pm or visit Facebook “Hove Actually Walking Tours” 28th October Choo Choo Ch’Boogie – Halloween Monster Mash Dance to music from the 30s, 40s and 50s with DJ Jivin’ Jim Dandy. 4-7pm; free entry; The Railway Inn, 2 Station Road This is not a definitive list of events. If you would like to add your event, please email us at: . 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 term-time only.

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Nathalie’s monthly health tip...

ALL CALORIES ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL News of government plans to force restaurants to add calorie listings on their menus is causing a lot of controversy from a business point of view (costs to small businesses, in particular) but may also lead to deeply damaging consequences. Calorie-counting, along with low-fat products and dieting, is now commonly accepted as not only ineffective in reducing weight but potentially harming to your health. But how ‘wrong’ is it to be counting calories? Low calorie foods are not always healthy. Often filled with artificial – harmful – sweeteners, gut-destroying fillers, devoid of nutrients, they will compromise your health, immunity, digestion, moods, hormonal balance etc. Low calorie foods will not make you thinner. In29 fact, most low calorie, low fat foods have been found to contribute to weight gain! How? Because… Low calorie foods will not keep you full and content. The protein and good fats in one tablespoon of nut butter for instance will go a far longer way to keep you satisfied, fuller and less likely to crave sugar, than having a low-calorie granola bar. Low calorie food = exhaustion. Just like a car needs ‘proper’ petrol to burn fuel, so does your body. Your furnace (metabolism) will slow down and (almost) stop burning calories/fat if not fed the right fuel.

These are only a few reasons not to be counting calories – let’s move to the 21st century and focus on adopting healthy, nurturing habits, rather than boost the profits of ‘low-calorie diet’ companies. Nathalie Sansonetti BA, MA, DNN, Dip AIT, HCI, is a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist & Certified Health Coach. FB: thegutlovinglife - Instagram: thegutlovinglife

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Fancy a game of bridge?

PLAY YOUR HEARTS OUT IN HOVE So, where’s the most popular bridge in Hove? The railway bridge by the bus garage… probably not. Of course, we’re talking about the game. Duplicate Bridge is a competitive and captivating pastime enjoyed by players of all ages. Whether you want to learn or have played for years, The Avenue Bridge Club is the place to come. The club runs in-house lessons for beginners and more advanced courses for those seeking to improve their overall play. We are open most afternoons for Rubber Bridge and every weekday evening and Wednesday afternoons for Duplicate Bridge. If you’re new to the game or fancy moving from ‘kitchen 33 and bridge’ to club bridge, why not give our friendly cards cake session, Duplicake from 1.30pm on Wednesdays, a try? Our Tuesday nights are also good for beginners, as you can ask for help in the bidding. Thursday, it’s Simple Systems night for more experienced players and Monday is our strong night for the top pairs. You don’t need a partner for any of these, as we have amiable hosts ready, willing and able to play with anyone who comes by themselves. Wednesday and Friday evenings we play club competitions for pairs and teams of four. But even when there isn’t a competition on, we still get together for


Whether you’re an old hand at bidding the hands or want to learn this fascinating card game, pop along to your local Bridge club at 15 Third Avenue, Hove. From 7.30 pm every weekday and 1.30 pm Wednesday afternoon. Partners available.

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friendly pairs games. In fact, although we take our bridge seriously you’ll find we have a definite fun side, with lively conversation in our licensed bar before and after the games. So if you fancy an engaging game of bridge and a thoroughly entertaining time, pop along to The Avenue on Third Avenue. We’d love to see you. Visit www.bridgewebs/ avenue fordetails or contact Julian on 01273 775752 or The Avenue Bridge Club, 15 Third Avenue, Hove, BN3 2PB.

Local news...

FRIENDS OF STONEHAM PARK Local actor David Jarvis is going to treat us to another Halloween mini-show at the end of this month. Keep an eye out on our Facebook page and in the park for more information. Our Christmas Market will be on Saturday, 1 December, with Santa Claus and the usual selection of street food, stocking fillers, mulled wine and tasty cakes. Finally, may I offer our warmest congratulations to the Friends of Hove Lagoon for their phenomenal Lagoonfest. You did yourselves proud! Richard Hearnden

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Regular article about local exercise opportunity by West Hove resident Isobel Muir...

LOCAL EXERCISE...WALKING For those who don’t currently do any exercise, walking is a great way to start. Walking is our natural way of getting around but due to cars, buses, trains etc people seem to have forgotten this. Our bodies want to walk. Sitting down all day at home or at a desk means our hip flexors become tight and our glutes become weak and lazy, and all these and everything else that comes with it means getting out and walking is very important before we all become the people in WALL-E.


Although I do a lot of exercise I never really walk anywhere as I tend to run or cycle. So I have now added walking to my routine. Instead of doing a recovery run or doing nothing on my rest days I download a podcast and set out on a walk. In my case the walk is supposed to help me recover so I make sure it is gentle and wholly untaxing (however my natural, easy walking speed is classed as “brisk” at 3.5mph). Over the past week I’ve done three walks of

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between 40 minutes and 1.5 hours. I have chosen to listen to podcasts whilst walking but of course you can listen/not listen to whatever you like, go with a friend or a child on a bike or whatever you like. If you want to meet new people or desire a structured walk, Brighton Healthwalks is a great place to start. You may have seen the Healthwalk distance markers around the city (I’ve seen a few on the seafront). Organised by the council, they have dedicated volunteer walk leaders and support seasoned walkers or those who are just starting out. All walks are graded on distance and gradient so you can choose the most suitable for your current level of fitness. These walks are free and are a perfect way to meet new people and help you keep to your new regime. Once you’ve met other like-minded folk you can go on your own walks in between the organised ones. Soon you might even feel like taking it up a notch and going longer and/or off-road. The Downs are so close and perfect for a slightly more strenuous walk. Maybe you’d like to progress to Nordic walking where you use poles to get your arms and core more involved. There are Nordic walking groups that meet in various places so don’t feel shy about having a go! For more details about my life in exercise please visit my blog “IMFitHove”. Thanks.

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