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Welcome to the April issue of Sussex Views‌..I do hope that you enjoy it and find it useful! Don't forget that if you are having a fundraising event, then I would like to advertise it free of charge, and help you boost your entrance numbers. Or if you would like to know more about advertising your business why not visit our website ? Rates, reviews, delivery area and more information can be found at www.sussexviews.co.uk. - or give me a ring. Until next month,

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A Story Remembered - Ken Rimell Tide Table for Pagham Catch up with Giggles from the CRRC The Rose Green Family - by Rita Sen Solicitors Aldwick Parish Council Newsletter Collectors Corner - Pam Crossland at The Apple Barn Computer Talk - Paul from Druid Services Ltd The Bognor Sky in April - Roger Burgess Local Historian, Sylvia Endacott The Rocks Monthly Roundup Bognor Regeneration Part 2 - Phil Hitchins A Local Walk - Cissbury Ring Green Fingers at West Dean College The Top 10 Garden Pests according to the RHS A Seasonal Recipe - Asparagus Crossword The Point Charity Shop Opening, Pagham Local Clubs, Societies & Events Useful Numbers Box Adverts

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Pagham Tide Table - April 2014 - GMT

This tidal information is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationary Office & the UK Hydrographic Office. Crown Copyright. All rights reserved

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Aldwick Parish Council Monthly Newsletter April 2014

Cllr John Bass (above) has been on the Parish Council for nine years and has served on all committees and most working parties. He was also the Aldwick Parish Council Youth Councillor for four years. What makes a good councillor? You must listen and discuss any that are concerns to our parishioners and speak out on their behalf. You must want to be involved in improving the community; some armchair critics will criticise their council. Instead, they should talk to councillors to air their problems or stand as councillors. What’s the most worthwhile work you’ve done for the council? I’ve been involved in all the major projects undertaken by the council; the Remembrance Service with the War Memorial, Play Rangers, the new footpath across Avisford Park, new lights and saving our bus times, but the most worthwhile work is just being able to act on behalf of our parishioners. Tell us about the coffee mornings you run at Aldwick Parish Council. ‘The Willows’ Callin Centre is held on Fridays from 10 am to 12 noon and is run by volunteers from Willowhale Farm Residents Association. It’s a free service and you can meet a councillor there. Thanks to APC for its support over the years. About 30 people call for coffee tea and biscuits. We have board games and a chess meeting but most come to chat. There’s no age limit and everyone is welcome.

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What’s in the pipeline for Aldwick Parish Council? A new pedestrian crossing across Nyetimber Lane from Valentine Gardens and Avisford Park to join up with the new footpath. We’re doing this in conjunction with West Sussex County Council. What changes would you like to see in coming years? I’d to see more involvement with Arun and West Sussex County Council to improve road maintenance, speed restrictions around schools and crossings, more car parking, grass cuttings removal, more involvement with youth, disabled and the elderly and with local community groups. Tweet Tweet You can now follow us on Twitter@AldwickParish. We’ll be tweeting details of meetings, events and news. The Committees at Aldwick Parish Council. Continuing our series telling you how the Parish is run, a Parish Council must hold at least three meetings a year in addition to the Annual General Meeting. Aldwick Parish Council has committees dealing with Amenities, Finance and Planning as well as regular Council meetings attended by all available Members of the Council and some district and county councillors. The Planning Committee meets every fortnight and the other committees meet approximately once every six weeks. More about what each committee does, in future editions. Play Rangers will be back! Our Council recently approved costs for 24 Play Rangers sessions to take place at dates to be announced. These were a huge success in previous years so watch this space for further info.

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Collectors Corner By Pam Crosland at The Apple Barn For lovers of exquisite home furnishings lighting and crystal, let me introduce you to a British designer by the name of William Yeoward. He has a reputation as a leading designer having opened his first store in the Kings Road Chelsea in 1985, and progressing to showrooms in New York, Atlanta, Dallas and Washington. In the 1990’s, He joined forces with another equally passionate designer, Timothy Jenkins, and together they recreated the most beautiful crystal in the style of the 18th and 19th century. Handmade and hand cut using traditional tools, they produced a collection of unique crystal, each item taking many hours of highly skilled workmanship. In 1996 the first crystal collection was shown in London, which earned them the British house and garden magazine’s best new product. Subsequently they were recognised by Elle Décor magazine and their collection was named the epitome of fine crystal making. Within a year the William Yeoward crystal showroom opened as a base for the American trade in Madison Avenue. Today William Yeoward is renowned for wallpaper / fabrics / table wares / lighting / upholstery and cushions. We have at The Apple Barn an example of his genius, in the form of a decorative centrepiece named Rosa, based on a beehive. It consists of 3 parts; the star cut under plate, the hooped centrepiece and lid. It stands at a glorious height of 14’’ and a diameter of 15’’. The hoop and lid are hand cut with facets and ‘buzzy’ bees. It is a wonderful tribute to the skills of the crystal makers and cutters. The centrepiece would stand on a dining table or sideboard as a talking point for visitors – guests. It can be filled with whatever takes your fancy, be it fruit / desserts / floral arrangements. It is currently retailing locally for the price of £3,350. Our price, as it has been pre-owned, is a mere £500. When furnishing your home, take time to research William Yeoward, and discover a true British talent.

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Computer Talk by Paul Price of

Druid Services Ltd

My account has been hacked! We have seen an increase in the number of Hotmail accounts that have been hacked so I thought that I would share this article from Microsoft. “If your account has been compromised (hacked) it means that someone stole your password and might be using your account to access your personal information or send junk email. How did a hacker get my password? Hackers use several techniques to get your account password. Malware: If you install a program from the Internet that isn’t from a trusted publisher, it might include malware that logs your keystrokes or searches your PC for saved passwords. Attacking Internet sites: If hackers break into an Internet site and steal account info, they can check it against other sites to see if you've re-used your password. Phishing: Hackers often trick people into sending them their account data. How can I recover my account? To recover your account, follow these steps. 1. Clear your PC of viruses or malware before you change your password Most hackers get your password through malware that's been installed on your PC without your knowledge (for example, when you download a new screen saver, toolbar, or other software from an untrustworthy source.) It’s important to clear your PC of viruses or malware before you change your password. That way, the hackers won’t get your new password. If you have a good antivirus program installed, make sure it is up-to-date, then do a full scan of your system. Regardless of which antivirus app you install, run a full scan on your PC before you change your password. You should also set up your antivirus app to automatically get updates and to scan your PC on a regular basis. 2. Change or reset your password After you run the antivirus app, try to sign in to your account and change your password. If you can’t sign in, try to reset your password.Make sure you create a strong password. Don't use the same password for different accounts. Don't recycle passwords.Do make the new password significantly different from previous passwords. Do change your password regularly. Do use a password phrase (no spaces between words) that can’t be easily guessed. Do use an easy-to-remember sentence or phrase converted into a string of initials, numbers, and symbols”. With free online email there is no number to call for technical support so it is always a good idea to keep a list of all your contacts plus turn any important emails into documents, just in case.

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Roger Burgess

Things to look for in April 2014 Mars will be well placed for observation, lying in the constellation Virgo, far above the horizon for much of the night. Regardless of your location on the Earth, Mars will reach its highest point in the sky at around midnight local time. This optimal positioning occurs when Mars makes its closest approach to the point directly opposite to the Sun in the sky – an event termed opposition, the exact moment of which will be Tue, 08 April 21:57 BST. Since the Sun reaches its greatest distance below the horizon at midnight, the point opposite to it is highest in the sky at the same time. At around the same time that Mars passes opposition, it also makes its closest approach to the Earth – termed its perigee – making it appear at its brightest and largest in the night sky. This happens because when Mars lies opposite to the Sun in the night sky, the Solar System is lined up so that Mars, the Earth and the Sun lie in a straight line with the Earth in the middle, on the same side of the Sun as Mars. The time of Mars's perigee is an especially good time to observe it, since it neighbours the Earth in the Solar System and has the greatest variation of all of the planets in its distance from the Earth. This correspondingly means that it also has the greatest variation in its apparent size and brightness in the night sky. When it passes opposition, Mars's sweeps past the Earth rather quickly, and so only appears large and bright in the sky for a few weeks. Whereas the Solar System's outer gas giants are so far from the Sun that their distance do not change very much depending upon the Earth's relative position in its orbit, Mars's distance from the Earth can vary between 0.36 AU and 2.68 AU, meaning that its disk varies in diameter between 25.68" and 3.49". On this occasion, Mars will lie at a distance of 0.62 AU, and its disk will measure 15.1 arcsec in diameter, shining at magnitude -1.4. Even at its closest approach to the Earth, however, it is not possible to distinguish it as more than a star-like point of light with the naked eye, though a simple pair of binoculars are sufficient to reveal it as a disk of light. Over the weeks following its opposition, Mars will reach its highest point in the sky four minutes earlier each night, gradually receding from the pre-dawn morning sky whilst remaining visible in the evening sky for a few months. 30

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BOGNOR REGIS TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB Monthly Round Up The Rocks have maintained their promotion push in the Ryman Premier Division over the past few weeks and are still very much in the hunt for silverware. A 1-1 home draw with AFC Hornchurch on February 22nd brought an end to a six match winning league run. And two days later they slipped to their first defeat in ten games when an 87th minute strike saw them go down 1-0 away to Hendon. However they bounced back with a narrow victory at home to Billericay Town before arguably result of the season, when they recorded a fantastic 2-0 success away to league leaders and old rivals Dulwich Hamlet on March 8th. This meant that the Rocks occupied fourth position in the league table, with things looking very promising in the quest for an end of season play-off spot. Aside from the league campaign, the Rocks also are chasing a trophy in the shape of the Sussex Senior Cup. And they marched into the semi-finals, coming from behind twice to defeat a youthful Brighton & Hove Albion development side, to banish the memories of defeat to the Seagulls in last season's final at the Amex Stadium. Standing in the way of a second successive final appearance is Sussex County League side Horsham YMCA in the semi-final, which will be played at a neutral ground on a date to be announced. The Rocks youth team (nicknamed the Pebbles) have also enjoyed a successful season and almost won some silverware when they reached the final of the Sussex FA Youth Cup. In a tight contest played at Lancing FC, they eventually lost 1-0 to Burgess Hill Town but were backed by a large number of supporters, all of which gave the Pebbles - coached by Dan Cox and Luke Cooper - a rousing reception. Off the pitch, supporter Phil Wollers - father of Rocks player Daryl Wollers - plans to walk to the away match at Hampton & Richmond, in order to raise money for Daryl's operation, after the NHS announced that they were unable to fund it. Daryl has Femoroaceatubulum inpingement which causes the bones in his hip to grind together. Phil will be setting off from Nyewood Lane on Saturday 12th April (after the home match with Wingate & Finchley) and plans to reach Hampton & Richmond FC in time for the match on Tuesday 15th April. Daryl himself will also be taking part in some fundraising activity beforehand. Supporters are invited to donate to the cause by visiting www.gofundme.com/70vurk The regular live music event Folk On The Coast takes place in the club's social facility 'Seasons' on Friday 11th April with special guest Tim Edey. Details can be found by visiting www.folkonthecoast.co.uk

FORTHCOMING HOME FIXTURES Ryman Premier Division Saturday 29 March: Harrow Borough 3.00pm Saturday 12 April: Wingate & Finchley 3.00pm Monday 21 April: Hendon 3.00pm Nyewood Lane, Bognor Regis, PO21 2TY. Matchday hotline 01243 822325 Photo: Tommy McMillan 36

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Bognor Regis Town Centre Regeneration is Underway - part 2 Written by Phil Hitchins, Arun District Councillor for Aldwick West & Vice-Chairman of Bognor Regis Regeneration. Bognor Regis Regeneration, £1.6 million funding windfall. In the March edition of Sussex Views I gave you details on the current regeneration work being carried out down the length of London Road, that work has started and the feedback so far from both Traders and Shoppers has been excellent. In Autumn 2013 the Bognor Regis Regeneration Team at Arun District Council were working hard on an application through the Coastal Communities Fund for a bid of £1.65 million to help deliver the remaining Town Centre Regeneration scheme. A lot of hard work went into this 2 stage bid that had to be kept under wraps and out of the public eye due to the terms set down by the CC Fund. Any breach of that trust would have eliminated ADC from the bidding process and Bognor Regis would have missed out on this brilliant award. It was potentially touch and go when negative comments from small unrepresentative groups started appearing, who seemed intent on rubbishing everything and talking Bognor Regis down – perhaps to boost their ego or to further their own political carrier, I suspect so. Don’t they know that the vast majority of us Councillors, residents, shoppers and traders want improvements in Bognor Regis? The amazing news is that, yes, we have the money and yes our Regeneration Team should be proud of what they have achieved for Bognor Regis and I hope that you give them the credit for this additional 1.65 million pounds to be spent in the heart of Bognor Regis. Even sweeter news, it has to be spent over the next 2-3 years. In total, that’s 2.66 million pounds being spent on the very heart of Bognor Regis. This New Money will be used to improve the central area, starting with the area in front of the Station and the Picturedrome Cinema, which we have called “Station Square” (see pictures) highlighting the local architectural gems like the Station, the Picturedrome and the Reynolds depository.

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Then along Station Road, across the north of London Road through to “Morrisons Café Quarter”, then past the existing works to the junction of London Road with the High Street, down York Road, through to Place St Maur, where a new tiered mound will be built to tempt those walking along the Promenade into Bognor Regis to spend money in our shops. The more money spent, the more jobs created and the better our shops become. With 2.66 million pounds being spent in the centre of Bognor Regis, just be thankful we have such professional teams, both Officers and Councillors who care, rather than those who oppose just for the publicity. Well done you, our Traders, Residents and Shoppers, this is a fantastic positive result because of the hard work by all concerned. This bid was praised for the joint working between Arun District, the Town Council and WSCC so let’s all work together for the benefit of Bognor Regis and send packing all the small minded critics and those making political statements, Bognor Regis is too good for you. Dear Reader, Bognor Regis is about to bloom again, It’s on the up, let’s talk it UP, together we can make it happen.

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Develop your green fingers at West Dean West Dean College, Near Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OQZ www.westdean.org.uk or call 0844 4994408 Garden Lectures and Talks The pleasure principle – gardening with Edward James, Ivan Hicks. June 13, 8 – 9.30pm, £15. Ivan Hicks was Head Gardener to Edward James from 1974 – 1984 and continued to work for the Edward James Foundation, after Edward’s death, as Head Gardener of West Dean Gardens until 1990. Clever with clematis, Marcus Dancer, June 14, 9.45am – 3pm, £69. Marcus Dancer has over 30 years’ experience in horticulture. He owns a specialist Clematis nursery in Hampshire. The beauty of old roses, Charles Quest-Ritson, June 28, 9.45 am – 3pm, £69. Charles Quest- Ritson is Chairman of the Historic Roses Group and Editor of the RHS Encyclopedia of Roses. Designing gardens for a naturalistic effect, Keith Wiley, September 27, 9.45am – 3pm, £69. Keith Wiley was Head Gardener at The Garden House in Devon for over 25 years. The New English Garden, Tim Richardson, October 26, 1.45 – 4pm, £25. Tim Richardson is a garden critic, author and Director of The Chelsea Fringe, was the Garden Editor of Country Life and now contributes to The Daily Telegraph.

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And the Top Ten Garden Pests for 2013 were……… The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has announced its ‘Top Ten’ garden pests for 2013 based on enquiries received by the charity’s entomologists. As in 2012, slugs and snails topped the list with enquiries remaining at their highest since 2002. Exceptional levels of rainfall in 2012 that produced one of the wettest summers on record created the perfect mild, damp conditions for slugs and snails to thrive; this appears to have ensured their traditional dominance of the list continued into 2013. Damage from slugs and snails mainly occurs during spring to autumn, affecting seedlings and many ornamental plants and vegetables, especially potato tubers, hosta leaves and narcissus flowers. While slugs and snails continued to frustrate gardeners, perhaps the biggest surprise of the 2013 list was the appearance of plum moths (8th) which had never before featured among the top ten garden pests. The small, pink caterpillars of the plum moth feed inside the ripening fruits of plums, damsons and greengages.

Cushion Scale

Lily Beetle

Mealybugs

Slug

Vine Weevil

Mice and voles (4th) also saw a sharp increase in enquiries with numbers hitting a 24-year high. These small rodents pose a number of challenges to gardeners, for while the tunnelling activities of voles can disturb the roots of plants and disfigure lawns, they also gnaw the bark from the roots and stems of tree and shrubs. Mice can be a problem in storage areas, and in the garden they take fruit and chew off seedlings. Peaks and troughs in mice and vole populations are thought to be due to changing food supplies and the prevalence of predation and diseases. Vine weevil is a top five enquiry in most years and 2013 was no exception, with the pest occupying the number two spot. Vine weevil is one of the few garden pests capable of killing plants; while the adults cause superficial damage by eating notches in the leaf margins of a wide range of herbaceous plants, it is the larvae feeding on plant roots, especially those grown in pots or containers, that prove terminal for plants. Others pests which increased in the number of enquiries were capsid bugs (3rd) – in 2013 enquiries reached the highest level for 25 years. Capsid bugs are highly destructive pests that suck sap from the shoot tips and flower buds of a wide range of herbaceous plants including hydrangea, fuchsia and rosa. Other top ten pests included cushion scale (5th), glasshouse red (two spotted) spider mite (6th), mealybug (7th), ants (=9th) and lily beetle (=9th). RHS Senior Entomologist Andrew Salisbury said, “By identifying and understanding the pests that are damaging garden plants the RHS can really focus its scientific expertise to deliver relevant, world-leading advice to all garden lovers.”

Capsid © RHS Press Images

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ACROSS 1. Oxen harness 7. Unable to be eaten 8. Unnerve 10. Punctuation marks 12. Barely 14. Travel pass 16. Table light 17. Ability 20. Benevolence 23. This planet 24. Gymnasts' garments 25. Out of bed

DOWN 1. Adolescents 2. Supplements, ... Out 3. Against 4. Colloquial saying 5. Objectionable 6. Japanese hostess 9. Impart knowledge 11. Shuttlecock game 13. Sever (branches) 15. Remove soap from 16. Probable 18. One or the other 19. Dirt-free 21. Undressed 22. Drains

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Solution To Last Months Crossword

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On the 28th February The Point’s first shop at The Parade in Pagham, West Sussex was officially opened by Tommy Boyd. The opening was a great success and over 100 people attended. Tommy Boyd was charming and very complimentary about all the effort that had gone into the shop and the opening ceremony. The cake was made by Linda Aylen and was a great hit. The coffees and teas came from the Sailaway Café also part of the parade of shops which have made our shop very welcome since we arrived to set up in October. The Point is an established charity based in Chichester with over 50 disabled members. We provide services from our purpose built resource centre for younger people with a physical disability which will enable them to maintain or gain greater levels of independence, with particular emphasis on life and social skills by becoming involved out in the community. We support their families and carers often in difficult circumstances. We understand our members’ lives are just that – theirs which is why we offer a service that does not regiment, but allows members to choose precisely the way in which they can flourish as individuals. All the money we raise in our shop will go towards maintaining our centre and our fleet of buses that enable our members to enjoy their freedom

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CLUBS & ORGANISATIONS THE R.A.F.A. CLUB

New members welcome - no need to be Ex - Service. Great facilities including a fully stocked bar with a choice of real ale. Restaurant. And full size Snooker table. Waterloo Square - 01243 865615.

Our events for April are (Note: 8.00 pm start unless stated otherwise. Charges can apply): 1st Tuesday Royal Navy Association Meeting (!2.00 noon) RAFA Choir– New members welcome (every Tuesday 6.45 pm) Quiz night rd 3 Thursday WAAF Members Meeting Line Dancing (every Thursday) 1st Saturday Pop Classics Night with Nigel Scutt – Regular great entertainer th 7 Monday Big Band Practice – Relax to great sounds 10th Thursday Women’s RBL Meeting (11.30 am) 12th Saturday Sarah Hellyer’s Tribute to “London Town” –– Songs, bangers & mash Dress accordingly - M - £5.50/ G - £6.50 th 16 Wednesday Reading Group (11.30 am for 11.45 am) Whist Drive Evening 18th Friday “Eyes down”, it’s Bingo Night! th 19 Saturday “50s/60s R & R Classics” – With talented guitarist Dave Hooper 21st Monday RAFA Open Day and Children’s Easter Egg Hunt 26th Saturday Cliff’s Wings Night – DISCO - See Club Notice Boards for details 29th Tuesday Open Mic – John Gradwell hosts budding acts th 29 Tuesday RAFA Branch Choir at the Regis Centre

BOGNOR HOTHAM ROTARY CLUB

We meet at the Beachcroft Hotel every Tuesday, for more information call 01243 584049 or visit our website - www.bognorhotham.rotaryweb.org

THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION - 20 HEWARTS LANE – 01243 262645 THE BOGNOR REGIS PROBUS CLUB Every third Wednesday in the month at the Inglenook Hotel, Pagham Road. For more information: Wilf Archer (Secretary) 01243 821388 BOGNOR REGIS LIONS CLUB 01243 265939 - www.bognorlions.co.uk Hiring the Rowland Rank Centre contact - 01243 261358 BOGNOR REGIS ROYAL NAVAL ASSOCIATION First Tuesday of every month. All ex - Royal Navy, Royal Marines, WRNS and QARRNS are eligible to join. All serving personnel are welcome as well. Hon. secretary Shipmate Jim Peskett 07918024362 or jim882898@gmail.com BOGNOR REGIS ROTARY CLUB www.bognorrotaryclub.org or phone 01243 866139

BOGNOR REGIS & DISTRICT DOG TRAINING CLUB

is affiliated to the Kennel Club of Great Britain and has to meet strict criteria. Training classes take place every Thursday and Friday evenings, at the Felpham Village Hall, Vicarage Lane, Felpham. Hilary Sykes 01243 860083 - www.bognordogclub.org.uk WILLOWHALE FARM RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION including Allotments & Neighbouring Roads. Coffee mornings at the Aldwick Parish Council Offices, 88 Pryors Lane. WFRA invite you to Friday mornings at "The Willows" between 10.00am & 12.00 noon. Come in for a coffee & a chat. Use the board games or just meet friends, new or old. We welcome all ages and there is no charge. And if you need help on a subject we will try to give you the contact details which may help. Every Friday except: 18th April. 9th & 16th May. 12th September. 19th & 26th September. 21st November. The last of 2014 will be 12th December. The WFRA is a not for profit voluntary association. Members of the National Organisation of Residents Associations. www.willowhaleresidents.co.uk - email : wfra@hotmail.co.uk - 01243 265046

PAGHAM VILLAGE HALL Now Open... New small hall: seats up to 50, with kitchenette and toilet. Ideal for meetings, parties, clubs, training/corporate. Main hall (with kitchen) and committee room also still available. Enquiries, call Terry Reed on 01243 264028

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BOGNOR TEA & CHAT (Chichester Area Mind Ltd)

A Drop in Support Group. for over 65's who have or are experiencing problems with mental health such as feeling isolated, depressed, or experiencing anxiety . We can provide lunch and transport. Call Alyson Hayes on : 07949963757 COFFEE POT MORNING Tues 10-12pm at the Aldwick Parish Council Offices

WILLOWHALE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION -

Provide a variety of activities which are Dizzy Ducklings Pre-school, Carpet Bowls, Pilates, Aerobics, Yoga, Country Folk Dancing, Links Gateway Mencap, Fitness League, Tai Chi, Bingo and Tiny Tots Football. For further information on any of these please contact Dennis on 01243-264357 or Perrie on 01243-267291" Pryors Lane. Serving the Willowhale Community and the surrounding areas. PAGHAM CHESTNUTS CLUB A club for over 55’s that meets fortnightly on Tuesdays at St Ninians Church Hall 2.00 - 4.00p.m. Minibus available if transport is needed PAGHAM & DISTRICT RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Coffee mornings , Pagham Village Hall. 10am - 11.30am . 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. EVERYBODY WELCOME TUESDAY FRIENDSHIP CLUB First & third Tuesday at the Methodist Church Hall at 7pm (not January & July to October) Diverse Speakers. All welcome . Contact Lilian Knight 01243 822510 FELPHAM SINGLES social club for over 45’s who are single.1st Monday of each month at The George Inn, Felpham, for a chat/disco .www.felphamsingles.yolasite.com. Visit our Facebook page, or email: felphamsingles@sunsport.fsnet.co.uk Tel : Dianne 01243 543281 Anne 01243 821530 BOGNOR REGIS U3A The U3A is for anyone no longer in full time employment. The organisation is run by members for members. U3A stands for University of the Third Age however this is not a university in the full sense of the word as you need no experience, you need not be expert in anything. Retired – working part-time and have time on your hands and looking for something keep your mind and body active, then come along to learn more? The Bognor Regis U3A covers an area from Pagham through to Bognor Regis. Their monthly coffee morning is held at the Riverside Caravan site on Shripney, on the 4TH Thursday in the month from 10 a.m. There are no set fees for courses just a simple £15 annual fee and then if you wish to partake in specific groups there could be a small fee for each group. Interested, then take a look at the various activities that are available to you as detailed on our website, www.bognorregisu3a.org.uk. We have our AGM in April and new groups also coming along, so why not visit our website for more details. BEFRIENDERS GROUP meets the 1st and the 3rd Wed monthly .12.00 - 2.00p.m. at West Meads Surgery PAGHAM FRIENDSHIP CLUB 1st Wed. each month at the new small hall at Pagham Village Hall at 2.30pm. We are retired ladies who enjoy social meetings, outings and other events together. (01243) 869113 .

CONCORDE

The social club for the mature singles 50+. Tuesdays at The Walnut Tree, Runcton at 8.00 pm. Call Eileen 01243 575083, Tony 01243 604715, Anita 01243 264691 - www.concordesinglesocialclub.org.uk HEADWAY WEST SUSSEX We have a support group which meets on the first Thurs of every month at The Chestnuts, London Road, Bognor Regis. We welcome new members - for more information tel: 07531 146516 ROSE GREEN WI Meet at Mosse Memorial Hall, St Richards Way, on the 2nd Wed. of the month at 7.30pm

NORTH BERSTED WI 2nd Thursday each month 2.45pm, Jubilee Community Centre, Chalcraft La. BOGNOR REGIS WI meets on 2nd Tuesday of each month (except August) at 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. at the Methodist Church Hall, Waterloo Square, Bognor Regis. Gina Fitch-Roy: 01243 582681. www.bognorregiswi.com PAGHAM HARBOUR WI Utd Reform Ch. Hall, Pagham on the 4th Tues. monthly 9.45am - 12.15pm.

NAUTICAL TRAINING CORPS - TS Montrose

Mon. evenings from 7- 9pm at Rose Green Junior School, Raleigh Road. Boys and girls welcome, ages 8 - 18. www.ntc.org.uk/montrose ST RICHARDS TODDLERS Gossamer Lane. We meet in Church first at 1.30pm - 3.00pm on Thursdays. All Mums & Dads /Carers with children. Under 5's welcome at this small friendly group. Contact Jo Farmer 01243 268943 or email : hawthorn68@tesco.net BOGNOR REGIS SCOUTS www.bognorscouts.org.uk

CHICHESTER & BOGNOR REGIS OSTEOPOROSIS SUPPORT GROUP

First Thursday of the month. At Bognor Memorial Hospital Rest. at 7pm information available from Pat Alderton 01243 822615 - Thurs 3 April - DEAF AWARENESS AND AUDIOLOGY, Cathy Cobbold, Action for Deafness GROVE HOUSE PATIENT GROUP for more information, please call 01243 264094

PAGHAM ASSOCIATION FOR THE ELDERLY

Serving Pagham and neighbouring areas. Coffee Mornings alternate Wednesdays 10-11.30, at St Ninians Church Hall. Next mornings are on the 9th & 23rd April.50p entrance. Transport provided if needed. Also social events organised. Ring 01243 263772

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MUSIC THE BOGNOR REGIS MUSIC CLUB

2, Sudley Road. Recitals are held in Regency-style premises, boasting a minstrels' gallery. The concert room is on the first floor, and there is a newly installed stairlift providing disabled access. Do come and try out the Club you can be assured of a warm welcome and high quality performances. Half price entrance for students (under 25), children free (under 12) . All concerts start at 7.30pm For information contact : Chris Coote 01243 773276. email: chris@cootefamily.co.uk. - www.BognorRegisMusic.org.uk. April 12th - Members Musical Evening organised by Rebecca Grove. Entry £6 (members) £8 (visitors) April 26th - Jackie Fugelle (soprano), Emma Alexandra (clarinet) and Chris Coote (piano) present an evening including Berlioz songs from Les Nuits d'Ete, Weber Variations for clarinet and piano, Schubert's Shepherd on the Rock, Monte's Csardas (Clarinet), and songs by Gershwin, Cole Porter and Richard Rogers. Entry £7 (members) £9 (visitors).

WEST SUSSEX GUITAR CLUB

We enjoy ensemble classes every Monday evening during term time .Intermediate 6 - 8pm; Advanced 8-10pm . We also have professional recitals and club nights. To join us ring 01243 866462. 4th April - 7.30pm Spring Concert dedicated to ensemble playing. 3rd May - 7.30pm we play host to the Dorset Guitar Society and share an evening of making music. To reserve tickets: 01243 696762

FRIENDS OF THE REGIS SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Lovers of Classical Music lovely recital hall at 46, Sudley Rd. Bognor . www.regisschoolofmusic.co.uk or 01243 866162 / 462.

BOGNOR REGIS RECORDED MUSIC CLUB

Meetings every two weeks from 7.30pm - 10.00pm. At the Rowland Rank Centre. Cost for each evening £2+£1 refreshments 4th April - CD presentation of 'Members' Choice' 25th April - Roy Huse to give a presentation on 'Andre Previn, a man of many parts'. For more information contact Barbara Chaundy, secretary, on 01243 781306.

REGIS ORGAN AND KEYBOARD CLUB

Last Wednesday of each month at 7.00pm. Internationally recognised organists & keyboard players perform for us. - 01243 824070 - sueandjohn.scott@talktalk.net

BOGNOR REGIS CONCERT BAND

Every Tuesday during term time at the Regis school of music Sudley Rd 7.30 - 9.30pm. New members always welcome for more info go to www.brconcertband.org.uk

THE BOGNOR REGIS INTERNATIONAL DANCE ENSEMBLE

At the Willowhale Centre & Jeneses Art Centre. For more information please phone 01243 265010 or www.interfolk.co.uk.

BALANDIS-LILEY BALLET SCHOOL

Ballet Classes for over 50. Principal - Sandra Lilley. Classes

every Friday at North Mundham Village Hall at 10.30. Classical syllabus especially for this age group. 01243 264832

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HOBBIES & LOCAL INTEREST THE WALBERTON VILLAGE COMPUTER CLUB

Walberton Village Hall on the 2nd & 4th Tuesday 7.30pm to 10.pm cost is £1.00 www.wvcc.org.uk BOGNOR REGIS WINE CIRCLE 2nd Thursday of the month, Jubilee Hall, Charlcraft Lane, at 8pm

BOGNOR REGIS STAMP CLUB

4th Tuesday of each month at Jenesis, (formally United Reform Chuch) at 7pm Free talks and displays given to schools. Ken Stone 01243 820674 - email:knnstn@aol.co.uk BOGNOR REGIS MILITARY MODELLING & WARGAMING SOCIETY Every Monday at 7.30 - 22.30 (except Bank Holidays) at West Meads Community Hall, The Precinct. Ages span from late teens to 80’s. Info : Dilip Sethi or Stephen Pidwell Email: bognormmws@gmail.com - 01403 780 637 / 01243 855 449 THE BRITISH SUGARCRAFT GUILD - BOGNOR REGIS BRANCH For anyone who is interested in cake decorating. At the Jubilee Fields Community Hall. Also a Children's Club “Cygnets” meets 4 times a year on a Saturday am. Information : Mrs Ros Parker 01243 827027 - Next demonstration 3rd April 'Something Quirky!' with Sue Rudge Community Centre, Chalcraft Lane. At 7.30pm - Visitors £5, Members £3.(To include refreshment) BOGNOR REGIS THEATRE CLUB Trips to local theatres and periodic club evenings with entertainment. Contact Jean Garrard 01243 262654 or Betty Clark 01243 825362 for more information.

Bognor Regis Theatre Club presents Bros Musical Productions Songs from the Shows - Friday 25th April at &.30pm - Regis Centre, Belmont Street, Bognor Regis Members £2 / Non-Members £4 / Friends of the Regis Centre £3

CHICHESTER FILM & VIDEO MAKERS

Clive Hand - 01243 587152

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THE BOGNOR REGIS MODEL RAILWAY CLUB

Tuesdays 7.00-10pm at our clubrooms within the grounds of Aldingbourne Community Sports Centre, Olivers Meadow. 01243 862373 - email : secretary@brmrc.co.uk WEST MEADS ARTS & CRAFTS GROUP - Meeting on Fri afternoons at 2pm.Except August. Contact - Margaret Vincent (Secretary) - 01243 267894 or Barbara Mamtora (Treasurer) 01243 822967 BERSTED GREEN CRAFT GROUP Enjoy an afternoon of craft. Bersted Green Learning Centre, Hazel Road, £1 including refreshments .1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. Eileen Rogers 07926 807816 ALDWICK QUILTERS Fourth Thurs. of the month at 10am, Pagham United Reformed Church 01243 265960

BOGNOR REGIS ART SOCIETY meet at the Jubilee Hall, Chalcraft Lane : 01243 830116 WALBERTON DECORATIVE AND FINE ARTS SOCIETY Monthly at the Yapton & Ford Village Hall, Main Road, Yapton, BN18 0ET. The fourth Tuesday of each month except August & December. At 2.15pm. For all enquiries - Membership Secretary, Nigel Jolley - 01243 542487 or email - nigeljolley10@hotmail.co.uk

BOGNOR REGIS WEA GUIDED TOUR OF PARHAM HOUSE Wednesday, 21 May After the guided tour itself (approx 1hr) you are free to explore the house and gardens at your leisure at no extra cost. Meet at Parham at 10.30am for coffee.(NB: This must be booked before 2 May) NEXT YEAR’S PROGRAMME beginning in September: Courses on the Plantagenet Kings and the Age of Chivalry; 18th Century Art & Society; The Arun and Adur rivers and their importance to Sussex; Local Houses and how to trace the history of your house or street. Day Schools on Famous Murder Trials; Famous Divorce Trials; Women Artists & Impressionism; WWI Composers; Sussex Composers. For further details tel: Lyn Thomas 01243 861362, email: robert615@btinternet.com

The Arun & Chichester (Air) Enthusiasts Society - Air ACES. Our new society is for ANYONE interested in "AVIATION" For more information: www.airaces.org.uk SOUTHDOWNS ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY (S.D.A.S) Meetings are held on the 1st Friday of each month at 7.30pm at The Chichester Planetarium. We also have lectures. Visitors and prospective members, including complete beginners, are all welcome. Mark Ford (Chairman) 01903 782378. www.southdownsas.org.uk BOGNOR REGIS CAMERA CLUB Established since 1947.Our members of broad age, range, and ability work mainly digitally and are always willing to give help and guidance. In addition to a varied and stimulating programme of guest speakers we hold competitions and regular workshops geared to improve understanding and help everyone to get more enjoyment and pleasure out of our hobby. Please visit our website at www.bognorregiscameraclub.org for full information including this year’s programme, or, telephone Rob on 01242 267642.

THE BOGNOR REGIS LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY

The Bognor Regis Local History Society meets monthly on a Monday evening from 7.30 at The Hub Community Centre, 73 Queensway, Bognor Regis . (At the junction with Canada Grove) Their next meeting is on Monday 14 th April when the evening will be with John Wyatt talking about RAF Tangmere and the French Resistance. The next meeting is 12th May when Cliff Mewett will talk about Windmills of Sussex. Visitors are always welcome at £1 each. There is ample free parking in the Hothamton Car Park. Visit the website for more information:- www.bognormuseum.org/local-history-society.

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SOUTH DOWNS SLOT CAR CLUB

Based at Richardsons South Downs Holiday Village, Bracklesham. Tony - 07815 655679 or 01243 862107 or email: bigtone9@hotmail.co.uk WESTMEADS DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Every Thursday afternoon 1.15pm - 5.00pm at West Meads Community Hall, to play Duplicate Bridge. Mrs Ray Atwell 01243 544407 WEST BOGNOR FLOWER CLUB 2nd Wednesday of each month at the Mosse Hall, St Richards Way. 2-4.30pm. Each month there is a demonstrator. Tea & biscuits available. More info 01243 264659. WEST MEADS GARDEN ASSOCIATION Last Tuesday monthly, 2.30 - 4p.m. at the West Meads Community Centre: 01243 870629 BOGNOR & DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY Jubilee Hall, Chalcraft Lane.

New! Pagham Gardening Friends, meeting 3rd Monday afternoon, most months at the new Pagham small hall. Enthusiasm more important than experience, so call for details on 263866 - you'll be made most welcome.

KEEP FIT & SPORT BOGNOR LAWN TENNIS CLUB

Whether you are a beginner or want to improve your game, our club offers some of the area’s finest tennis facilities: We have 5 hard courts, 2 of which are floodlit and we will give you a friendly welcome. Coaching also available for all levels. Please do call our membership secretary for a chat: Janine Ridley: 01243 849351 or email janine@thomaszz.freeserve.co.uk BOGNOR REGIS & CHICHESTER CYCLETOURISTS Rides every Sunday. Beginners rides once a month on Saturday afternoons. Monthly club nights. Further details and a full list of rides from Avryl Bavister telephone number 01243 778394 or log onto www.bognorchichesterctc.org.uk BOGNOR REGIS & DISTRICT RAMBLING CLUB Walks of about 8 miles every Sunday. We meet at either Barnham or Chichester station car parks : 01243 861097 or 553238 or visit www.bognordistrictramblers.co.uk BOGNOR COUNTRYSIDE AMBLERS We meet most weeks - 4 to 5 miles, at a leisurely pace.contact: Mike Chart on:01243 829198 email: countryamblers@hotmail.co.uk ARUN SPORTS ASSOCIATION FOR THE DISABLED Every Sunday at The Arena Sports Centre in Bognor Regis at 2.00 - 4.00 p.m. Except August. New members welcome to take part in Archery, Short Mat Bowls, Boccica, Darts, New Age Curling, Pistol Shooting, Table Snooker. Come and make new friends. For more info : 01243 828695 or email: peterwells@kyoto.force9.co.uk PAGHAM F.C. 01243 266112 - 07760771099 - paghamfootballclub@btconnect.com

WEST MEADS KEEP FIT GROUP Every Tuesday 2.30pm - 3.30pm at West Meads Community Centre. Term time only. contact: Cherry Ward 01243 864529 TONE ZONE RUNNERS Every Tuesday and Thursday at 6.30pm.Experienced runners are welcome to join at any time. Beginners can join in January, www.tonezonerunners.org

BOGNOR REGIS CRICKET CLUB Run in conjunction with Aldwick Cricket Club. John Hooker 07967 482056 BOGNOR REGIS ZEN JUDO CLUB We train every Monday evening 7pm to 9pm (mixed session) All Students and Grades. Pay As You Go £4 per session. South Bersted Church Hall. 07506689314 or 07904081211 www.brzjc.co.uk BOGNOR REGIS BOWLS CLUB Waterloo Sq. April to the end of Sept. Club Secretary on 01243 865567

BERSTED CARPET BOWLS CLUB

Sessions on Monday: 2.00pm - 3.30pm & 3.30pm - 5.00pm, Wednesday:2.00pm - 3.30pm, Friday: 2.00pm - 3.30pm New Members Co-ordinator - Amy on 01243 820791 TELEPOST BOWLS CLUB @ SWANSEA GARDENS, BOGNOR Mon, Wed, Fri.@ 1.30pm. Contact Colin on 01243 861139 WEST MEADS CARPET BOWLS CLUB Tuesday 9.45 am - 11.30am in the Community Hall.

BOGNOR GOODWOODS SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB

Year-round bowling at St Wilfrids Church Hall, Ellasdale Rd. Tuesday evening 6.30 -9pm & most Friday mornings. Marion Goodland on 01243-262675 NYETIMBER SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB Meet at Pagham Village Hall on Monday evenings from 6.30 - 10.30pm, Tues and Fri afternoons from 2 - 6pm. - Mr George Booker 01243 261350. PAGHAM BOWLS CLUB in SWANSEA GARDENS If you are interested in playing bowls in pleasant surroundings, why not come to our Open morning on Saturday 3rd May between 10.00 and 12.00hrs. Our qualified coach will be available for free Coaching lessons on Tuesday mornings 6th May onwards, from 10.00 until 11.30hrs. For further information contact Peter on 01243 864740.Swansea Gardens is situated off Victoria Road North.

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WILLOWHALE BOWLS CLUB

5 sessions per week, afternoons & evenings, vacancies on all sessions Willowhale Community Centre. More info: Perrie 01243 267291 ARUN DISTRICT INDOOR BOWLS CLUB Nyewood Lane. Year round bowling. 01243 865091 www.arunindoorbowls.co.uk BOGNOR CAN Wednesday dance aerobics 7.15-8.15pm £3 and Thursdays zumba 11-12 £3 at Bognor Youth and community centre Westloats Lane Bognor Regis PO21 5JZ 01243 870406. PAGHAM BADMINTON CLUB The club meets every Tuesday from 8.00pm - 10.30pm in the Pagham Village Hall. New Club Standard players would be welcomed to this small but friendly club. Contact Stuart on 01243 828961 BOGNOR CAN Wednesday dance aerobics 7.15-8.15pm £3 and Thursdays zumba 11-12 £3 at Bognor Youth and community centre Westloats Lane Bognor Regis PO21 5JZ 01243 870406.

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Bognor Regis Lions Club Presents their

Charity Ball & Auction

In aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice At the Beachcroft Hotel, Felpham On 26th April 2014, 7.00pm for 7.30pm (Carriages at 12.15am) Tickets £37.50 per person Includes a welcome drink, cabaret, 3 course meal, Auction and Disco. Tickets or Tables from Chris or David Oldland

chris@ocl.co or david@ocl.co

MILLFARM RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

THE LAKE DISTRICT Four Nights, Half Board At the Seacoat Hotel, St Bees, Cumbria Excursions: Keswick, Coniston Water Cruise, Kirkstone Pass Monday May 19 to Friday May 23 For more details Ring Ted on 01243 268184 Cost per person £219.89 plus insurance of £16 OR your own insurance Deposit (non returnable) £50 Early booking is advisable

The Regis Centre - 01243 861010 - www.regiscentre.co.uk ~ Shows in April 2014 ~

Friday 4th April - 60 minutes of Classical Music Tuesday 8th – Fri 11th April - Easter Theatre Workshop Wednesday 9th April - LDN Wrestling Saturday 12th April - Gordon Smith : Beyond Belief. Wednesday 16th – Thurs 17th April - Honk! Wednesday 23rd April - ‘Special St. George’s Day Concert’ Saturday 26th April - Tangoed-Up. Tuesday 29th April - A Night of Laughter 80

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Chichester Model Engineers are holding their first “Steam on Sunday” of the Summer Season on Easter Sunday 20 April 2014, at their site in Blackberry Lane, Chichester East, PO19 7FS between 2 pm and 5 pm. There is free admission; tickets for train rides are only £1 each, for adults or children. The 00 Gauge model railway layout, Blackberry Junction, will be in use; for a small donation visitors can actually drive a model train! For further details, please see the website: www.cdsme.co.uk

FIRST SATURDAY of EACH MONTH 10am -12 noon at the Bognor Regis Methodist Church Cake Stall, Sales Tables, also Homemade Soup and a Roll from 11.30am Next one on April 5th To hire the Methodist Church Hall for your own event please call 07590550964

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EVENTS IN APRIL - events that are every week are in red. One off events in purple.

Chichester Lymphoedema support group are holding a coffee morning, with Easter egg sale, tombola, raffle, cakes and stalls of hand made goods on Friday 4th April 9.30 - 12noon at The Council House,

Table Top Sale at The Royal British Legion, Hewarts Lane, Bognor Regis 5th April - 10.30 am to 1.30pm Cost per table £4.00

THE PAGHAM UNITED REFORMED CHURCH. Pagham Rd, Pagham, PO21 4NJ NOTICES AND INFORMATION-www.paghamurc.org HALLS & ROOMS TO LET IN OUR CHURCH PREMISES

Hire charges start from £5.50 per hour If you are interested in renting a hall or smaller room for your organisation you can submit a Hall Hire Enquiry Form to our Lettings Officer via our website. Alternatively you may ring the Hall Lettings Officer on 01243 262414.

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Useful Telephone Numbers: Bognor Fire Station 01243 837785 Electricity 0845 770 8090 British Gas 0845 788 8400 Gas Emergency 0800 111999 Southern Water 0845 278 0845 Sussex Police Non-emergency 101 Crimestoppers 0800 555111 Portsmouth Water 02392 499888 National Rail Enquiries 0845 748 4950 Floodline 0845 9881 188 RSPCA Cruelty Line 0300 123 4999

Bognor Regis Library 01243 642110 -24hr Renewals Mon - 9.30am-7.00pm T,W,T - 9.30am - 6.00pm Fri & Sat - 9.30am - 5.00pm Willowhale Library 01243 642110 -24hr Renewals Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 10.00am - 5.00pm Sat, 10.00am - 2.00pm

DVLA Driver Enquiries 0300 7906801 Job Centre Plus 0845 6060234 Arun District Council 01903 737500 Aldwick Parish Council 01243 263330 Bersted Parish Council 01243 842221 Pagham Parish Council 01243 266424 St Richards Hospital 01243 788122 Bognor Regis Town Council 01243 867744 Bognor War Memorial Hospital 01243 865418 NHS Direct 0845 4647 Victim Support 0845 3030900 Citizens Advice Bureau 0844 4771171 92

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