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Contents World Guinness Record Attempt 4 Finance 7 Stamford Christmas Festival 9 Book Reviews 10 Help Save Church Farm 16 Golf Charity Day 22 - 23 Africa Travel 24 25 Christmas Pud Recipe 26 Top Beauty Tips 30 WIN an Indulgence Weekend for 2 31 Swedish Massage 32 Stamford Gift Guide 34 - 35 Alfa Berera Review 38 - 39 What’s On in Stamford 42 - 43 Local Directory of Numbers 44 - 45


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Hello all. I can’t believe that we are already here with our special Christmas edition and the last one of 2010! It is actually always quite odd saying things like that as I am writing this in November but it will soon be upon us all. I am sure you are all busy getting ready for Christmas Day and deciding upon your menu – why not try our Christmas Pudding recipe on page 26, it is really easy and very tasty. If you are looking for gift inspiration, then we have scoured Stamford for the best buys –see pages 34 &35. Maybe you are one of the lucky ones looking for some winter sun? If so, you must check out our travel section on pages 24&25. This month we have reviews on the latest books and also a great write-up on the Alfa Berera, plus beauty tips and an insight into Swedish massage. So whatever you fancy reading about, the Scene has it covered. If there is something you would like to see in the magazine, please do not hesitate to contact us on Have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy the Stamford Christmas Festival! HEIDI X 2

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Official Guinness

World Record Event

Rob Dulieu of Stamford Personal Fitness is going to attempt to beat the world record for holding the ‘Plank’ position, which involves you lying on your elbows and tips of your toes, as straight as a board in a static hold (see picture). The official event will be held at 11.30 am on Stamford High Street. Saturday 4th December. Rob started training for this event earlier this year and 3 months ago achieved 25 minutes 10 seconds, however, the purest form of the exercise (the Guinness version) does not allow you to clasp your hands together and is in a different league in terms of its difficulty, so Rob has been back in training. The reason Rob is doing this is to raise money for charity, and here is his story..... “Some may know that a few years ago my wife (Mandy) was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma for which there is no known cure. This disease lowers her immune system, and shortly after being diagnosed she had chemotherapy, staying in remission until earlier this year, where her condition started to deteriorate. The Lymphoma has now worked its way into her blood stream and this development has unfortunately accelerated her condition. Not only has Cancer blighted Mandy, it also took For all your Luxury Beauty Treatments Relax both my Grandfathers, an Aunt and an Uncle - hence my mission to raise as much money and Indulge in the perfect setting as I can for Cancer Research UK. The date Now offering Brazilian Waxing. Get Glam for Christmas - A Relaxing One itself is of huge significance as it marks mine Hour Facial for only £28 with a complimentary and Mandy’s Wedding Anniversary and my 51st Birthday. So, there you have it. I have two pedicure or manicure (must be booked before 31st December). darn good reasons to make a fool of myself in public but if it helps save just one life it will all Gift Vouchers Available be worthwhile.”

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Please come along and support Rob on the day to help him achieve his goal and help to raise money for a great cause. Donations may be made safely and securely online at at the Cancer Research UK shop in Stamford High Street, or in cash on the day of the event.

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PAT Testing If you are the owner of rented accommodation or you run your own business then you are obliged by law to have all your portable appliances tested every year. This includes all office equipment and domestic appliances, even the beloved kettle. This is to ensure the safety of your tenants and your working environment. The Electrics Company can do this for you. Our qualified technicians cover all areas within a 30 mile radius of Stamford and we aim to be very flexible as we know t that you are busy!!! ise to bea We prom ! any price Tel: 01778 561810 | Mobile: 07540 447398 Email:

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A perfect alternative to dog boarding kennels, Barking Mad provides a home from home holiday for your much loved dog, with locally based Kerry Wells providing this well established sitting service to the area along with her love and passion for pet care. Kerry arranges for dogs to stay with loving host families, matching the sort of environment and routine the dogs are used to from a portfolio of local trusted dog sitters who meet the extremely high standards of Barking Mad. Accommodation is arranged in a warm, friendly home environment similar to your own, with one-to-one dog care. Exercise and feeding routines are maintained just as your dog is used to. To learn more about using the home-from home dog sitting service or to find out about becoming one of the local host family dog sitters offering dog holidays.

Local Home From Home Pet Care Your dog’s daily routine for feeding and walks maintained by our hosts Local hosts in your area Suitable for dogs with a wide range of needs Remember, it’s their holiday too Cosy, loving home environment with very special hosts Established 4 years Keeping you informed about your dog’s holiday Bourne | Deeping | Stamford | Rutland | Spalding Kerry Wells - Barking Mad Tel: 01775 720382 Email: Website:

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Grasmere Traditional Butchers

Open Day Sunday 12th December 2010 In conjunction with the Christmas Festival NOT SURE WHAT MEAT & POULTRY YOU WANT FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS TABLE?

Then come along and speak to the new manager Will and his team at Grasmere Butchers and see if we can help. With a fantastic selection of tasty meats to choose from: • Lincolnshire Fresh Turkey • Farm Reared Tradtional Turkey • Duck, Geese and Pheasant • Locally sourced Beef and Lamb • Grasmere Pork & Bacon

• Grasmere Cured Gammon • Grasmere Cooked Hams • Grasmere Sausages • various stuffings • Grasmere Christmas Hampers

We are offering free samples on the day giving you a chance to taste our delicious fresh produce. Choose and place your order with us £10 deposit required

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chronograph from Robert Loomes of A Stamford gives so much more than that: a luxury mechanical wristwatch-cum-stopwatch

that is hand built by the man whose name is on the dial; one that is only available from the shop where they are made. Said Robert “To make a chronograph is to fashion a work of art. To make a gift of one is to ensure you will be remembered for ever.” Nobody else in the country makes mechanical chronographs in their own workshops, so this is indeed a rare gift. Each watch is carefully built in his Stamford workshops from scratch, with every wheel, pivot and screw checked, cleaned, polished and lubricated by hand before the movement can be tested. It takes a highly skilled watchmaker the best part of a day just to build the mechanism. Robert works using a Swiss design from the 1940s, once used by Breitling and Omega. The model was long forgotten because it was a labour intensive movement and not suited to modern mass-production techniques. 14

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Robert has radically improved the design and made it a thing of beauty. Once completed he fits his unique dial and hands and assembles the whole into the case. Each is then rigorously tested for accuracy and reliability. Robert Loomes is creating a limited edition of one hundred chronographs, available to order only from his shop on St Mary’s Hill. 4 St Mary’s Hill | Stamford | PE9 2DW

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avid and Sheryl Mcfarlane moved into Church Farm located in Essendine near Stamford a year ago. It is a 17th century farm building that sits in just under 30 acres of grassland, and has been used as a shared venture, with everyone in the community benefitting from the activities and produce. The farm promotes compassionate farming and rare breeds for education - New College Stamford use the farm for their BTEC in animal care practical work, and hope the Equine students will join them in January.

scheme, particularly for children suffering from autism.

The idea of the farm is to promote local food and produce at a time when farming is so dependent on fossil fuels. They use good, old fashioned farm muck to fertilise the fields and nurture the wildlife that lives there such as hares, bats, owls, herons, kingfishers, thrushes and many, many more! David and Sheryl are also in the process of setting up a herapeutic horsemanship

currently owned by foreign investors who are looking to sell to developers. This means that once the short lease is up, all the hard work will be undone and the farm will no longer be available for the public.

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The idea of the farm is to promote local food and produce at a time when farming is so dependent on fossil fuels.

the farm for £30 each to raise the £1000,000 they need to buy the farm, buildings and land.

So, using Fordhall Farm in Market Drayton, as a model, they want to form a co-operative to buy the farm. They intend to sell shares in


tamford based independent craft group the Stamford Artisans Guild was founded in September 2009. Since then the Guild has successfully organised four Locally Hand-made craft fairs at the Stamford Arts Centre. Stamford Artisans Guild members are local crafts people who offer goods for sale which are made by them. Local Artists, Designers and Makers will be exhibiting and selling their range of hand-made crafts at the Christmas Market including Christmas Cards & Decorations, Stuffed toys, Textile Crafts, Local Photography, Wood Turned items, Hand bags, Knitwear, Stationary, Lapidary, Wire Sculptures, Jewellery, Christmas Gifts and more. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Artisans and talk to them about their crafts. This hand-made Fair is a great Christmas shopping opportunity to buy one off, unique handmade items produced locally. Free Entry and The Stamford Arts Centre Coffee Shop will be open serving up freshly made cakes and sandwiches.

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Church farm will then be publicly owned and will be used for community purposes so they can encourage young people into farming and provide an eco friendly farm providing food for local people. David and Sheryl need to get local people and businesses on board. They are looking not only for financial investment, but people power to help drive this forward! If you can help or would to know more, you can contact Sheryl McFarlane on 01780 762140 or log onto

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Alan’s Nan’s Christmas pudding from The White Hart @ Ufford

4 oz fine breadcrumbs 8 oz of self-raising flour 4 beaten eggs 8oz of suet 8oz of light brown sugar 1 grated carrot 8oz of grated apple

4oz of chopped almonds 8oz of currant 4 oz of chopped apricots 8oz of sultanas 16oz of raisins Grated rind and juice of 1 lemon and one orange

½ a pint of strong beer or stout ½ a pint of barley wine 2 tsp of golden syrup 2 tsp of mixed spice 2 tsp of cinnamon 2 tsp of nutmeg

1. Soak all of the dried fruits in the liquor and fruit juice, cover with a tea towel and leave to soak in a cool dark place over night. 2. Into that, add the rest of the ingredients. Mix well. Chef tips: the best-mixing tools, I find, are your hands! Don’t be afraid, get right down to the bottom of the mixture and turn it though plenty. Don’t forget to make your Christmas wish while your mixing!!! 3. Turn all the mixture out into a large pudding bowl, alternately you can make small individual ones but this will alter the cooking time. 4. Cover the top of the pudding in a greaseproof paper and muslin tied round the top. If you don’t have any muslin you could use an old clean tea towel or a pillowcase. Leave the mixture overnight to rest and all the lovely Christmas flavours to become good friends. 5. Place the pudding in a large saucepan and fill nearly to the top of the pudding bowl with water and cook on a low heat (gas mark 2) for about 12 hours. Smaller pudding will need less time. To check the puddings are cooked, stick a skewer in the middle and if this comes out clean, it’s ready. 6. Serve warm with all those lovely naughty Christmas creams and sauces!!! The White Hart | Main Street Ufford | Stamford | PE9 3BH Tel: 01780 740 250 Email: 26

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All you wanted to know about Swedish Body Massage The founder of Swedish body massage was a Dr Per Herik Ling (1776-1838) he was a Swedish medical gymnast. His interest and passion in life was gymnastics which grew into pedagogical, medical, military and aesthetic study. Once Dr Ling completed his degree he went abroad and on his first voyage he became friends with a Chinese fellow calling “Ming” a martial artist and Tui na practitioner who shared his interests. During the first four years of his voyage, Ling received much guidance from his close friend Ming on fighting, exercise and health philosophies that fascinated him for their amazing integration and efficiency. Due to the fact that Ling started to have financial difficulties because of his travelling as well as suffering with rheumatism in all his joints he had to return to Sweden. Once there he took the time to heal himself by applying pressing, pulling and squeezing exercises and manoeuvres he had learned. These techniques started to improve his physical and mental health. Ling was fascinated with how this technique seemed to work with almost everybody. He then began to studying 32

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anatomy and physiology and achieved the same level as a doctor.In 1831 Ling was elected a member of Swedish general medical association (svenska la “kcresa” llskapet) In 1835 Ling was elected a member of the Swedish academy and became a titular professor the same year. Johan Georg (1838/1909) studied Dr Ling’s Swedish massage system and developed it further and we now have the following techniques. Effects of treatment Effleurage (long gliding strokes) stimulates and improves general circulation and increases lymphatic flow, removing waste and toxins. The technique helps with soothing sensory nerve endings which helps with relaxation. Petrissage( lifting and manipulating muscles) movements are kneading, picking up, wringing and rolling this technique helps to relieve muscle tension and light nodules, prevents muscle fatigue by removing latic acid/toxin build up in muscles (this helps with cellulite also knows as fatty deposits) The technique relieves muscular aches and pains this helps to aid joint mobility nerve. 01780 783613

Tapotomest/Friction(firm deep circular rubbing movement), which were then and now the basic techniques of Tu ina, an age old Chinese massage, involves cupping, hacking and plucking movements which stimulate nerve endings, increases blood supply, tones slack muscle and revitalises tired muscle. It also helps also to break down adipose tissue. Vibrations (rapidly shaking or vibrating specific muscles) are fine trembling movements which stimulate nerve endings. When the vibrations are coarse they induce relaxation and when gentle they stimulate deeper layers of the skin.So there really is more to a Swedish Massage than meets the eye, and there are many reasons to take the time out and spoil yourself with some much needed quality time. For more details you can contact any of the following The Beauty Spot – 01780 740943 Stamford Beauty – 07545 927678 Angela – Mobile Holistic Therapies 07595 702745

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Jem’s Hip Hop Visit Pineapple Dance Studios

‘A great day of dancing with the pros’ A recent visit by Jem’s Hip Hop from Stamford to the world famous Pineapple Dance Studios in Covent Garden, London gave over 40 dancers to chance to take part in a day of professional classes from some of the best. The team led by Jemma Bacon and Matt Wheatley (directors of Jem’s Hip Hop Ltd) took a coach early morning and arrived just in time for a surprise visit from Creative Director at the Studios Louie Spence. Once the day was underway all the students had plenty of opportunities to experience the world of professional dance in classes with some of the best teachers in the country. Throughout the day the students all aged 9-17 took part in classes such as Michael Jackson Style, Breakdance, Fusion Funk as well as one of the hardest professional classes available.

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Maxey House Retirement Home


he new Health & Social Care Act 2008 comes into force in October 2010 for Care Homes. The new act brings with it many changes in the private health care sector, especially care homes looking after vulnerable adults such as the elderly. Its main principles are to ensure that the safety, welfare, rights, dignity and independence of people is both promoted and protected. With all these changes in mind and so as to comply with the new law, Laura Levin, sole proprietor of Maxey House, located just outside Market Deeping, has implemented a new Executive structure and has appointed Lindsay Morris R.G.N and her company, CMC Consultancy Ltd, to operate the full management of Maxey House along with her colleagues and the existing Maxey House staff. Laura Levin is very confident that this new structure will continue to ensure excellent

standards of care and attention are delivered to the residents whilst continuing to grow the business and enhance the reputation of the home throughout the local community. Laura Levin would like to thank the current staff at Maxey House for all of their hard work, their acceptance of change, their compassion, their overwhelming dedication to the residents and their continued loyalty to the home and herself. Maxey House currently has a limited number of vacancies for new residents, so should anyone be looking for a happy, friendly care home for their elderly relatives, please call in at the home for a viewing. No appointment is necessary unless you would like to see Lindsay in person to discuss the individual needs of your relative.

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Stamford Comedy Club Fri 17 Dec | 8pm | £10 (£8, £6.50 students and groups) Stamford’s BIGGEST Night of Comedy! Arabian Nights: Theatre of Widdershins Sat 18 Dec | 2pm | £6.50 (£5.50) £20 family Suitable for ages 5+ Christmas Ball Sat 18 Dec | 8pm | £12.50

Pop goes the Eighties Christmas Party Night 10th December 8pm Tickets £15.00 Back by popular demand with their unique Christmas Spectacular. This is a perfect event for office parties, groups of friends etc, you can also go with a meal and a show option at the ‘Bengal Clipper’ and the ‘Bombay Cottage’

Cinderella: Chaplins Panto Sat 8 Jan | 2pm & 6pm | £7 (£6.50) £25 family National Theatre Live presents Fela! Thurs 18 Jan | 7pm | £12.50 (£11)

Whats On At

stamford pantomime players jack and the beanstalk 27th dec 7pm, 28th dec 2pm & 7pm, 29th dec 2pm, 30th dec 2pm & 7pm, 31st dec 2pm, 1st jan 5pm. all performances £9 concessions £7

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A traditional pantomime with something for all the family including audience participation, songs and dancing. come and meet your childrens favourite ogre in this legendary fairytale that finds jack going up the beanstalk on an amazing adventure. Tel: 01780 763203

Don’t miss Stamford’s Christmas Festival! Sunday 12 December from 10am – 4pm


ollowing on the success of last years Stamford Christmas Festival, bringing 15000 people into the town from as far as Derbyshire, the town centre will once again be transformed into a Festive Extravaganza by Stamford Town Partnership Community Interest Company. There is so much going on this year it will be a truly fun filled and action packed family day out for everyone in the community and visitors alike to enjoy and get in to the spirit of Christmas. Main attractions include: Luxury Festive Food and Drinks Fayre, Art and Craft Markets, Live Street Entertainment, Fun Fair, Ice Rink, Rodeo Reindeer Ride, Sumo Suit Games, Local radio stations, Horse and Carriage rides, Santa and his helpers and much much more… Don’t miss out on this FREE event: Sunday 12 December from 10am – 4pm in the following locations: Broad Street, Ironmonger Street, High Street and Red Lion Square. For more information email or visit


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Showaddywaddy 11th December 7.30pm. Tickets £17.50 Concessions £16.50 SHOWADDYWADDY - An Evening of Rock n Roll Tour Europe’s most successful ever exponents in the art of rock and roll. Back by popular demand with this special Christmas Show. STAMFORD BRASS CHRISTMAS CONCERT 18TH DECEMBER 7.30PM. TICKETS £8 CONCESSIONS £7 A festive Concert playing Carol’s and Christmas Songs to delight audiences of all ages.

Ricky Valance - sat 4th December 7.30pm Tickets £13 Concessions £12 Ricky is flying into Stamford to present this one off special evening Celebrating 50 years in the music business. With ‘Tell Laura I Love Her’, Ricky achieved Silver, Gold and Platinum discs as he soared to the top of the British Hit Parade, reaching the coveted Number One position on the 29th September, 1960.

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The Stamford Scene December 2010  
The Stamford Scene December 2010  

The latest Stamford magazine about local interests and information.