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Issue 94

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What’s On February–March 2019 Promote your club or society! You can place a listing on this page for FREE. Tell the community about your activity, club or society by sending a few lines about who you are, where you meet and when, to sales@thehorsleydirectory.co.uk by 4 March 2019 for inclusion in the April–May 2019 issue. Please start the subject line of your email ‘What’s On...’. East Horsley WI meets at the East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Avenue, on the 3rd Wednesday of every month except August. On 20 February our speaker is Stuart Riddle who will talk about Plastics Recycling and what is recyclable and what happens to our waste; a very topical subject. On 20 March our speaker is Joyce Meader who will talk about the History of Knitting – Hand knitting from 1800 – 1945. Our programme for craft events and outings will be announced at our February meeting. After our talks we always have coffee & cake and a good chat. Within our WI we have other activities – Book Clubs, Painting Group, Bridge & Rummikub. All visitors very welcome. Any enquiries to burgejs@gmail.com Horsley U3A meets at the East Horsley Village Hall at 10.30 am on the fourth Wednesday of each month (except August and December) to hear interesting and entertaining speakers. Coffee served from 9.45. On 27 February there will be a talk on journeys on the waterways of Britain – “Gongoozling for Beginners” by Neil Sadler and on 27 March there will be a talk by Gary Wykes on “History and Rituals of British Coronations”. The U3A welcomes new members, the only qualification being that you must be no longer in full time employment. The aim is to “Learn, Laugh and Live”, so if you want to try something new, joining one of the fifty plus groups within the organisation, making new friends and sharing experiences, the U3A may be for you. For information please look on our website www.horsleyu3a.org.uk or contact Sylvia Lillywhite on 01483 283906 for Membership Details. The Arts Society Horsley Lovelace meets on the third Wednesday of each month to attend a wide ranging programme of lectures focussed on the arts. The lecture on the 20th of March is “The Bauhaus 1919-2019; One Hundred Years of Modern Design” by Anne Anderson. Lectures are held at East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Avenue, KT24 6QT at 10.30. Coffee is available from 9.45–10.15. New members are welcome & visitors pay £5. For more information & a full programme phone Clare on 01483 283635 or visit; www.theartssocietyhorsleylovelace.org.uk. The Arts Society Horsley Lovelace meets on the third Wednesday of each month to attend a wide ranging programme of lectures focussed on the arts. The lecture on the 20th of February 2019 is “Fresh Encounters ; Contemporary Sculpture & the Public Space” by Anna Moszynska. Lectures are held at East Horsley Village Hall, Kingston Avenue, KT24 6QT at 10.30. Coffee is available beforehand from 9.45-10.15. New members

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are welcome and visitors pay £5. For more information & a full programme phone Clare on 01483 283635 or visit www.theartssocietyhorsleylovelace.org.uk. Groveside Badminton Club meets every Tuesday at 7.30pm in St Teresas’s School Effingham. We are friendly club that plays to a good standard and would welcome new members. We have termly and pay as you go options. If you are interested please contact Ed at ed.carr@talk21. com to arrange to come along and give us a try. We would be very pleased to see you. Sandown Park, Esher, will be hosting Volks World 2019. Display your vehicle, browse the retail and parts village, enjoy the great entertainment and even camp on-site. Open Saturday 23– Sunday 24 March 2019. Tickets £16 adults. Two children aged 14 and under FREE with each paying adult. Each additional child £5.00. See online at: www.volksworldshows.com/volks-world-show-home.

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Thanks to the team at La Meridiana, East Horsley

THEY RAISED OVER £4,500 FOR 3 LOCAL CHILDREN'S CHARITIES

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Fundraise for Cherry Trees Cherry Trees is a small charity providing home-from-home specialist short breaks for children and young adults aged 0–19 with a range of complex disabilities including learning, physical and sensory impairments. There are many ways that you can help Cherry Trees, and every penny that you help to raise will make a difference to our children. Some of our children have autism, severe learning difficulties and global development delay. Their behaviour can be unpredictable and challenging, coupled with a desire to run at every opportunity, and home life had become very restricted. We can offer parents a much needed break and professional care for children in a safe, stimulating and fun environment. Fundraising for Cherry Trees is enormously appreciated – we can help with fundraising ideas, from organising a school mufti day, tea party, sponsored walk, event or party. Please contact fundraisingsupport@cherrytrees.org.uk or 01483 222507 to help.

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Do you need help with your pain and discomfort? Our priority is to make you feel more comfortable. Horsley Osteopaths and Complementary Health treat a wide range of Musculoskeletal and Medical conditions including: Back and Neck Pain • Sciatica• Issues During Pregnancy • Sports Injuries • Arthritis Trapped nerves • Frozen Shoulder • Tennis Elbow • Anxiety • Menopausal Symptoms Hormone Imbalance • Headaches • Insomnia • Bereavement • Post Cancer Care

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De Vere Horsley Towers Whether you’re looking for a venue to host a wedding, family celebration, gala dinner, christening or wake – Horsley Towers has it all! At De Vere Horsley Estate, romance is our speciality. Set in beautiful Surrey grounds, our Victorian Mansion House provides the perfect backdrop for your special day. With Exclusive Use of the fabulous Towers available you can choose from our atmospheric Great Hall and lavish Sopwith Suite for your Ceremony, Wedding Breakfast and Evening Reception. It also provides a beautiful setting for any special occasion. Rich in local history and character it gives plenty of opportunities for the perfect photo! • Magnificent 19th century classic mansion house • 3 flexible function rooms • Private Towers Bar with character and charm of the old library • 28 recently refurbished mansion house bedrooms • A further 152 modern bedrooms across the estate • Leisure facilities to include fitness suite and swimming pool • Over 200 complimentary car parking spaces • 70 acres of spectacular Surrey parkland

To book call 01483 286599 Horsley Estate, Ockham Road South East Horsley, KT24 6DT Email horsleyweddings@devere.com www.devere.com/de-vere/horsley-estate


Books

Books To Share Whether you give them as a gift or only pass them on once you’ve turned the last page, these books were made for sharing with friends and family. Becoming Michelle Obama Michelle Obama’s autobiography became an instant hit when it was published late last year, and it’s easy to see why. Her trademark warmth, humility and intelligence shine from every page. The memoir takes us from Michelle’s early childhood to her time as First Lady, and beyond. Entertaining, thought-provoking and inspiring to boot.

When All is Said Anne Griffin Widower Maurice sits at a bar in Ireland, raising toasts to the most important people in his life, from the brother who died so many years ago to his late wife. His joys, tragedies and regrets are laid bare. A warm, powerful tale that’s hugely enjoyable to read. You’ll miss Maurice’s humour, straight-talking and honesty when you reach the end.

Hold Michael Donkor 17-year-old Belinda is a Ghanaian housemaid, who is sent to London by her mistress as a companion for another teenage girl, Amma. Belinda leaves behind fellow maid,

11-year-old Mary. Belinda and Amma grow close until a revelation causes Belinda to question everything she’s been taught. The three girls struggle with their identities and the expectations placed on them, whether by parents, employers or society as a whole. An intriguing coming of age novel with plenty of unexpected twists.

A Poem for Every Day of the Year Allie Esiri Whether you fancy a funny poem for April Fool’s Day, a festive one for Christmas or an autumnal treat for October, you’ll find them all and more in this collection. While the book is aimed at children, these are poems that people of any age can enjoy. Poets range from old favourites such as Charlotte Brontë, Emily Dickinson and Phillip Larkin to contemporary wordsmiths such as Kate Tempest. Each poem has a short introduction by Allie Esiri.

Humans of London Cathy Teesdale Cathy Teesdale has taken thousands of photographs across Greater London over the years. This book features more than 250 of her best shots with short quotes from the subjects. Beautiful pictures, interesting stories, a glimpse into other people’s lives – what more could you ask for from a coffee table book?

Sherlock Holmes Case Book: Solve-it-Yourself Mysteries Tim Dedopulos If you love a good ‘whodunnit’ and enjoy sifting through the clues to identify the culprit for yourself, you’re going to love this book. There are 10 cases to solve, from ‘The Birchfield Mystery’ to ‘Murder at the Carnaby Rooms’. Each one is beautifully illustrated. Twists, turns and plenty of red herrings mean you’ll need all your powers of deduction to solve the crimes. Great fun.

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At the foot of the ‘seven hills’, Baixa, the lower town, is the main commercial hub, rebuilt in neo-classical style by the Marquis of Pombal after the 1755 earthquake. At the heart of it all is the spacious Rossio Square, beautifully paved in wave-like patterns of limestone and basalt. Fountains, flower sellers, cafés and pastry shops, it’s a place to relax and watch the world go by. Restaurants and boutiques line the popular Augusta Street ,while beyond the Triumphal Arch the vast Plaça do Comércio opens out on to the river, spanned by the 25th of April suspension bridge. Inspired by the Golden Gate in San Francisco, the bridge commemorates the peaceful return to democracy in 1974 when the population muzzled the soldiers’ rifles with carnations.

Stylish façades, blue mosaics glinting in the sunshine, churches, museums and gardens: there’s plenty to explore in the centre, but sooner or later visitors come across the intriguing Santa Justa Elevator, a neo-gothic lift embellished with filigree, wood panels and brass fittings. Built in 1902 by an apprentice of Eiffel, it takes you up to the western heights of Bairro Alto overlooking the low town and river. Sleepy in the day, lively at night, this old district loves bohemian life.

A nostalgic place where old-fashioned trams rattle on the cobbles On the eastern side of town, the traditional Alfama district clambers up the slopes, just like the Kasbah set up long ago by Moorish invaders. Tightly packed houses, steep winding lanes, narrow passageways and hidden squares, it’s a nostalgic place where old-fashioned trams rattle on the cobbles and the melancholy sound of Fado guitars drifts in dark tavernas.

Up on the top is Castelo de Sao Jorge, the citadel built by the Moors then turned into a royal palace. It’s well worth the climb, for up on the battlements one can enjoy the most magnificent panorama over Lisbon and the river Tagus on its way to Belem, where caravels once set off to explore the world. At the mouth of the river, Belem claims some of the finest buildings financed by the golden Age of Discoveries, including two UNESCO sites, the grand Jeronimos Monastery, with its turrets and archways mirrored in a pond, and – also commissioned by Manuel I – the fortified yet delicate Belem Tower lapped by ocean waves. But most dramatic perhaps is the Monument to the Discoveries, built in 1960 and rising 52 metres above a huge mariner’s compass. Shaped like a caravel about to sail, it is flanked by statues of maritime heroes, among them Vasco de Gama, and led on the prow by the great pioneer Henry the Navigator.

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News from

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Our 2019 programme...

Bouncers (in the studio) 23-26 January Play In A Week Quiz 16 March Rogue Opera 23 February 5-9 March Gym & Tonic Funny Money 9-13 April The Sound of Music (BLOS) 22-25 May The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery 11-15 June Play In A Week 22-28 July Surrey Showcase 17 August 18-21 September Blue R emembered Hills Round And Round The Garden 8-12 October Jack & The Beanstalk 10-14 December

Come and join us!

We need more members, to volunteer in the Greenroom and behind the bar, join the Front of House team, join the Box office team, help build and paint the sets and much more. We invite anyone who can devote some of their time to help The Nomads to flourish to get in touch via phone or email - or pop in and see us sometime. The Nomads have been having fun since 1934 come and join in! Have you visited our amazing Bob King room?

Email us to join the mailing list and be the first to hear about ticket releases! Box office 01483 284747 www.nomadtheatre.com/book-now

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The Horsleys Community Fund

Now in our 8th year, The Horsleys Community Fund has been able to award 47 grants (in total more than £37,000). This is equivalent to a third of the donations that we have received and we still have investments of nearly £240,000 which generates the interest used for grant making in perpetuity. We provide a conduit between local people who want to give and local causes that need help; throug h investing in the HCF we can enhance the work of the network of Horsley groups and volunteers who provide services that local government are increasing ly unable to meet. Our grants support: • young people throug h sporting and activity groups including facilities for schools and playgroups • community and environmental projects

• older residents by helping to reduce social isolation • families and individuals in need

If you or anyone you know could benefit from our support please do get in contact. We get a continuous stream of requests which we hope to be able to continue to meet with the help of our supporters - please get in touch! Call Clare Mathias on 01483 281755, email Claritaclare@g mail.com.

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Gardening

Fabulous Fruit Trees It is not difficult to grow a fair quantity of fruit, such as apples, pears, plums or cherries, in even a tiny garden – so how do you manage it?

First, choose a ‘rootstock’ – the type of tree root the fruit variety has been grafted on to – that has a dwarfing effect, meaning the tree is unlikely to become huge. Examples include rootstocks ‘Pixey’ on plums, ‘M9’ on apples or ‘Quince A’ on pears. An apple or pear can be a border edging, with each tree spreading to 150cm (5ft) and trained into a horizontal barrier about 45cm (18in) about ground, which bears fruit along the horizontal ‘arms’. Either place a pollinator tree nearby to ensure good fruit set, or choose the selffertile ‘Concorde’ pear for a reasonable crop with just one tree. Ready-trained stepovers are available from some garden centres and specialist fruit nurseries. Growing fruit trees in pots works well, provided you use a good-sized pot – perhaps even a half-barrel. Use a loam-based John Innes No. 3 compost and place plenty of drainage material at the base of the container – broken flower pots work well! Make sure the

tree is fed and well-watered and kept under control. ‘Family Trees’, on to which two additional varieties of the same fruit have been grafted, let you grow three varieties of apple or pear on one tree. The varieties are selected to cross-pollinate and you should get a fair crop from an established tree. With limited space, you can grow ‘Ballerina’ or ‘Minarettes’ trees. These columnar apple trees produce fruit on short spurs growing out of the main stem, resulting in trees measuring up to 2.4m (8ft) tall, but which can be planted just 60-90cm (2-3ft) apart. Many different varieties are available, including dessert apples, cooking apples, pears, plums, gages and damsons.

A pollinator will give a heavier crop, but without you’ll still get a fair quantity of fruit. You can grow fruit as an ‘espalier’, trained and pruned so that the tree lays flat against a fence or framework, with several parallel fruit-bearing arms or in a fan shape against the surface. This works well for cherries, plums, damsons and apricots. A cordon or single-stemmed apple or pear can be trained over a simple arch, or grow one variety up one side and another (a suitable pollinator) up the other – it’ll look stunning in the spring when in flower, and then again when it bears its tasty crop!

If space is so limited that you can only have one tree, choose a ‘self-fertile’ variety that doesn’t need a companion and can fertilise its own flowers. For apples, varieties include ‘Queen Cox’, ‘Greensleeves’ or ‘Red Devil’, for pears ‘Concorde’ or ‘Invincible’, for cherries ‘Stella’ and for plums ‘Victoria’.

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ST MARTIN’S CHURCH EAST HORSLEY KT24 6RL

PART OF THE HORSLEY, OCKHAM & DOWNSIDE GROUP MINISTRY

From the Rector... Dear Friends Over the past three years we have done a great deal to modernise our buildings for use by the church and local community. The Community Hall at Effingham Junction and the Canterbury Rooms by the church have been completely refurbished and are available for hire. The church itself has undergone a programme of renewal including new lighting, sound system, open access wi fi, and after years in the planning (and fundraising) our new organ is in use. If you haven’t been inside the church for a while you are very welcome to look in. The church is open from 9.00am to 4.00pm most days. If you are interested in making use of any of our buildings, please call us on 01483 654263. Looking ahead there is a lot to look forward to. During this Year of Prayer for St Martin’s we will be providing teaching and more opportunities for private and corporate prayer. Please keep an eye out on our website for more details. We are planning a series of concerts in the church including the return of Tenors UnLimited in July (exact date to be confirmed) and several other community initiatives. We are also looking forward to welcoming Bishop Jo Bailey Wells who is the Bishop of Dorking to our service on Sunday 17th March at 10.30am. The Parish of East Horsley spreads over a considerable distance. To help people get to church we have launched a bus service to the church from outside Quaich on the parade leaving at 10.00am. There is also a pick up soon after at St Martin’s Court. Please don’t forget that there is also a service of Holy Communion twice a month at the Community Hall at Effingham Junction (9.00am 2nd and 4th Sundays). By the time you read this it will be February and we will be well into another new year. I pray that you and your families and friends will be blessed throughout 2019 and we look forward to welcoming you to St Martin’s soon.

Every blessing Renos Parish office 01483 654263

Tel 01483 283713 Email rector@easthorsleychurch.org.uk or tweet @renosp

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ST MARTIN’S CHURCH EAST HORSLEY KT24 6RL FEB MAR

Further details of these events on our website

Diary Dates

Diary Dates of regular events: do come along, you’d be most welcome... Sunday’s at 10.30am

SMARTIES children’s church

www.easthorsleychurch.org.uk

1st Thursday of month

SONGS OF PRAISE

2.30pm at St Martin’s Court. Come and sing your favourite hymns.

every week in Canterbury Rooms behind church

FAMILY FILM CLUB

in church at 10.30.

in Canterbury Rooms, behind the Church. Pizza served at 5pm. Film starts at 5.30 pm

3rd Sunday of month

FILM NIGHT at 6pm, followed by soup & roll, wine.

FISH AND CHIP SUPPER , leaving St Martin’s Court at 5.10 pm and returning around 8pm. Supper £10 and Bus £2. Contact Margaret 282038 Every Wednesday in term time

MARTY’S FRIENDS PLAYGROUP

10am – 11.30am, held in the Canterbury Rooms, behind the Church.

Every Wednesday evening

CHOIR PRACTICE from 6.30 – 7.30pm in Church. Singers and instrumentalists most welcome to join us.

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JUNIOR CHOIR REHEARSAL in church.

1st Friday of month

FAMILY SERVICE

our regular

Every Thursday afternoon, 3.45 – 4.35 pm

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1st Sunday of month

Last Tuesday of the month

blankets, quilts and other things as the need arises.

2nd Thursday of month

HEAR, HERE

Every Saturday in church

MORNING PRAYER 8.45 am.

10am - 12 noon in the Canterbury Rooms, just behind the Church. A free service for people with NHS hearing aids including basic maintenance, battery supply. Cleaning and re- tubing, trouble shooting and advice. Please bring your brown NHS Battery Book and your hearing aid.

4th Thursday of month

BEEHIVE at 2pm at St

Martin’s Court. Coffee, cake and a time to share whilst making a difference to others in need. Meeting together to work on MU projects such as neonatal supplies, knitting,making

Events for children

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News from The Rotary Club of Bookham & Horsley Making a Difference in the Community The main purpose of our local Rotary club has always been to really make a difference in the community, whilst enjoying the company of like-minded friends. The festive period is key to our annual fund raising, and we rely completely on the generosity of the wider community to enable our plans to bear fruit. The Club sends its sincere thanks all residents of Bookham, Effingham and The Horsleys for their tremendous generosity this Christmas. The total collected during December was just over £4,200 – a fantastic 20% increase on the previous year, despite the nervous economic outlook. This fund-raising will benefit a variety of local charities, plus many families from the local community in need over the Christmas holiday period who receive retail vouchers from us. As usual we made collections at various supermarkets and in the 3 villages in the weeks before Christmas, along with Santa and his sleigh touring local streets and flying in for Bookham Traders Night, which is always a popular sight and generously greeted. This year we added a new Horsley sleigh route, and our efforts generally were very considerably helped by several extra recent Club supporters. We are very much hoping that a number of them may join the Club full-time, having found us during our autumn ‘get to know Rotary’ campaign. Meanwhile our Club has had an active autumn as ever; highlights and forthcoming dates include:

Our thanks to the local community from the Rotary Club of Bookham & Horsley • Evening talks at the Club have included a look at the colourful life of the chaplaincy at Gatwick Airport, reminiscences of flying helicopters during the Falklands conflict, and my own recollections of a recent trip to India, compared to my first trip there 38 years ago. • Our excellent Christmas meal featured a wonderfully tune-less rendition of the 12 days of Christmas • The previously mentioned Autumn ‘get to know us’ campaign resulted in 30 supporters and new friends attending an information evening at The Grange, which was deemed a great success. We hope to welcome several new members very soon. • Last November’s Saturday morning Bookham Brunch has become an established and popular event in the village community calendar; it was as successful as ever, raising over £1,200 for charities. Many thanks if you were able to support us and come along. Other wellsupported autumn fund raisers included our Race Night, plus our regular bridge evening. • Coming up: please support our Bridge Night on Friday 15th February plus our Music event being planned for Friday 10th May. Both evening events will be at the Barn Hall, Bookham. See local press and our website for ticket details. Thanks as always for your support!

A really positive experience awaits you at Rotary – whether as a Club member or if you help out occasionally – for example with our Christmas fund-raising and supporting our events. Why not join us for a trial Club evening, or simply join our mailing list for occasional updates. Andrew Smith

For all details and to see what’s coming up, visit www.bookhamandhorsley.rotaryweb.org or contact our secretary Mark Secker on 01372 458733 or mark.secker@outlook.com

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Recipe

Potato and Broccoli Gratin This hearty vegetable gratin makes a great side dish for a Sunday roast, or a very satisfying vegetarian supper served with crusty bread and a mixed green salad. Serves 4–6 Ready in 1 hour

Ingredients

1

Preheat the oven to 200C, fan 180F, gas mark 6. Boil the potatoes in a large pan of lightly salted water for 8-10 minutes until almost tender, adding the broccoli to the pan for the last 2-3 minutes of cooking time. Drain well and place in a large shallow ovenproof dish.

2

Heat the oil in a large pan over a high heat and fry the onion for 3-4 minutes until just softened. Scatter the onion over the potatoes and broccoli.

3

Melt the butter in the pan, then stir in the flour and cook for 1 minute until foaming. Remove the pan from the heat and gradually stir in the milk. Return to the heat and bring to the boil, stirring all the time. Reduce the heat and simmer for 1-2 minutes, still stirring, until the sauce is smooth and thickened.

4

Stir in the half the cheese and the mustard and simmer for a further minute. Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper. Pour the sauce over the vegetables in the dish and scatter over the rest of the cheese. Bake in the preheated oven for 30-35 minutes until golden and bubbling. Serve garnished with the basil leaves.

• 750g potatoes, peeled and cut into chunks

• Salt and freshly ground black pepper

• 225g broccoli florets • 1 tbsp olive oil • 1 red onion, peeled and cut into thin wedges

• 25g butter • 25g plain flour • 300ml milk • 150g mature Cheddar, grated • 2 tsp Dijon mustard • Fresh basil leaves, to garnish

TIP Choose a firm, waxy-fleshed potato such as Charlotte or Desiree for this dish, or try sweet potatoes instead.

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Pets

Spring has finally arrived – but so have some unwanted guests Although we welcome the warmer weather with open arms, spring also means the reemergence of parasites that can cause severe discomfort for your dog, and are potentially a serious health risk.

The danger of ticks Ticks are small oval-shaped parasites often found in countryside areas. They attach themselves to a ‘host’ to suck their blood, and if not removed quickly can cause health issues ranging from serious irritation to your dog’s skin to potentially life-changing Lyme disease.

Safely removing a tick The best way to remove a tick is to use a special tick-remover shaped for the purpose, which your vet should be able to provide. It’s important to twist the body before pulling it out, and to ensure the whole of the tick is removed. Leaving behind the head can cause serious infection in your dog, so if you’re not sure how to do it, take them to your vet.

www.petfleas.co.uk/blog/springtime-safety-foryour-dogs www.telegraph.co.uk/pets/keep-animals-healthyin-spring www.thekennelclub.org.uk/health/for-owners/ ticks.

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Fleas Fleas are smaller than ticks and can be very difficult to spot if your dog has dark fur. They can quickly multiply to the point where your pet is constantly scratching, which can cause serious irritation to their skin. Your vet should be able to recommend an appropriate flea and tick treatment based on their weight, which reduces the chances of infestation and illness. Being vigilant and aware of the dangers these unwanted visitors pose, however, is also a good first line of defence that will keep your dog happy and healthy. Answers on page 47.

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Accountants with 35 years experience

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All aspects of accountancy work including: Year end accounts (individuals, partnerships and limited companies) Management accountants, business plans and cash flows Business startups and company formations Payroll VAT returns Self assessment tax returns Subcontract accounts We provide a cost effective service for individuals and businesses alike – set fees possible by agreement – initial interview at no obligation or cost – evening appointments possible.

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Health

Coping with Hay Fever The main March-September pollen season is nearly upon us, so if 2018’s high pollen counts caused you misery, prepare to be proactive: combine prevention and treatment to reduce your symptoms. Prevention

Treatment

Knowing your triggers and the pollen count forecast makes prevention easier. Your GP can refer you for a skin prick test for common allergens or a blood test for the Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibody, produced when you come into contact with pollen. You can find the Met Office pollen forecast at www. metoffice.gov.uk/health/ public/pollen-forecast. Avoid cigarette smoke and alcohol, as they can make your symptoms worse, and reduce pollen contact by:

Remember:

• Avoiding drying washing outside and cutting grass • Showering before bed and wearing fresh clothes daily • Closing windows • Putting Vaseline around your nostrils • Wearing wraparound sunglasses • Vacuuming (preferably with a hepa filter vacuum cleaner) and damp-dusting regularly • Getting a pollen filter for your car’s air vents and air purifier units for indoors

• Hay fever treatments aren’t effective unless used regularly and as directed. • If your current treatments aren’t working, don’t ignore it—ask your GP or pharmacist for alternatives or treatment combinations.

Oral Medications (Tablets and Liquids) Antihistamines block the action of histamine, the chemical that produces your allergic reaction. They may not relieve a blocked nose but usually relieve other symptoms. As a preventative, they work best if taken regularly, starting in advance of high pollen count periods. Some antihistamines (e.g. chlorpheniramine or ‘Piriton’) can make you drowsy and affect your ability to work or drive. If affected, choose non-sedating antihistamines (e.g. Loratadine).

Sprays and Drops • Decongestant nasal sprays unblock your nose but can cause rebound congestion after a few days, so only use them for occasional relief or as a short-term additional treatment when symptoms are severe.

• Steroid nasal sprays or drops prevent and reduce inflammation in the nasal lining and can help relieve eye itchiness. • Antihistamine nasal sprays reduce nose itchiness and sneezing. • Antihistamine eyedrops reduce itchiness and watering.

Treating Severe Hay Fever If your symptoms seriously affect your life or cause/ exacerbate asthma, you may be offered: • Steroid tablets (short-term) or steroid inhalers to reduce airway inflammation. • ‘Reliever’ inhalers, such as salbutamol, to open up the airways and ease breathing. • Injectable monoclonal antibody treatments (‘mabs’) such as Xolair, which block a substance involved in the body’s allergic reaction. Xolair injections are usually given every two or four weeks. • Immunotherapy, which builds up your resistance via an administered allergen.

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Book a free talk about our life-saving work Would you like one of our volunteer speakers to visit? If you are a member of a local group, club or society, then you can book a talk with us - free of charge. Our volunteer will talk about how we work, innovate and save lives. It promises to be an interesting and inspiring meeting for your members, whilst enabling us to raise vital awareness of our charity. If you would like to hear more about us, then we would love to hear from you. Get in touch now to book a talk at a time and place that suits you. 01634 471 900

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History

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It has been around for less than 200 years but has become our indispensable disposable. Now, with the realisation of its hugely detrimental impact on our environment, are its days numbered? Put simply, plastics are polymer chains which can be carbon or silicon-based and moulded into any shape. The first plastics were derived from natural and organic sources. Rubber, a plant-based material, was being used as early as the 1820s. It was manufactured from a substance called latex, the thick milky sap produced by the rubber tree. Elastic, invented in 1820 by Thomas Hancock, is also produced from latex. Similarly, in 1839, a German chemist, Eduard Simon, accidentally came across what he called Styrol (now known as styrene) while distilling a natural resin of the Turkish sweetgum tree. However, he did not realise its potential and his work was resurrected in the early 1900s by Hermann Staudinger to become the basis of polystyrene. Another plant-derived substance, and the forerunner of the plastics family, was called Parkesine. It was unveiled by Alexander Parkes at London’s Great International Exhibition in 1862 and used to make objects like buttons and cutlery handles. Derived from cellulose, it could be heated, moulded into whatever shape was needed and then cooled to retain this shape. Cellulose also gave rise to celluloid and cellophane.

Bakelite, invented in 1907, was the first plastic to be made from a non-plant source. A hard resin formed from formaldehyde and phenol (a chemical from coal tar), its manufacture was perfected by a Belgian inventor, Leo Baekeland.

By the 1930s, a range of synthetic plastics was introduced: vinyl, acrylic, polyester, polyvinylchloride (PVC), polythene, polyurethanes and nylon. This is now seen as the most significant era in the history of plastics. Manufacture was taken over by petrochemical companies who turned crude oil into massproduced plastics for every conceivable commercial and domestic requirement. It was a miracle material.

It was initially used as an insulator for electrical wires but went on to be made into all kinds of everyday objects from decorative bowls and cigarette holders to telephones and jewellery. The Bakelite Corporation’s tagline was ‘the material of a thousand uses’, which could equally be applied to all plastic today. In 1930, Badische Anilin & SodaFabrik (BASF) used the work of Simon and Staudinger to start commercially manufacturing polystyrene, which could be injected, extruded or moulded. Later, the Dow Chemical Company produced the first foamed polystyrene dubbed Styrofoam – a light, air-filled insulating plastic that went on to be used in disposable cups, packaging and the building industry.

With the 1941 development of polyethylene, which can withstand up to two atmospheres of pressure, the plastics drinks bottle was born. Inexpensive to mass-produce, plastics quickly became an integral part of our disposable society. By simply tweaking the polymer chains, a plastic suitable for any form or function could be made. And the downside? Plastic can be divided into two types: thermoplastic and thermoset. Thermoplastic can be recycled but thermoset cannot and endures. Also, plastics that find their way into the sea are broken down into microplastics that can invade living organisms, including, ultimately, ourselves. So, as we ingest increasingly more of our miracle invention, is our DNA chain slowly becoming a polymer one?

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WEST HORSLEY

WHEEL of CARE

The Wheel of Care runs four clubs which are open to all, including those in neighbouring villages. No booking required – just turn up!

Ø Film Club: 2nd Monday of every month. 2.00pm in the Wesley Room, The Methodist Church. £2.50 including tea and cakes Ø Scrabble Club: Every Tuesday 2.00-3.45pm in the Wesley Room, The Methodist Church. £1.50 including tea and cakes Ø Seated Dance: Every Wednesday 10.45-11.30am (term-time) at West Horsley Village Hall. £2.50 including tea/coffee and biscuits from 10.15am Ø Movement to Music: Every Thursday 2.15-3.00pm (term-time) at The Wheelhouse. £2.50 including tea and biscuits

Registered charity number: 1087632

To find out more: 01483 281703 (Mon-Fri 10am-noon) www.westhorsleywheelofcare.co.uk

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FEATURE ARTICLE

The photograph shows Pat Walsh receiving a bouquet of flowers from Gina Isaac, Founder and President of The West Horsley Wheel of Care to mark the event.

The West Horsley Wheel Of Care Celebrates 10,000 Requests For Help

This week The West Horsley Wheel of Care marked its 10,000th request for help since it started in July 2000.

The Wheel of Care meets the needs of West Horsley residents of all ages, enabling them to lead independent, fuller and richer lives and preventing social isolation. This registered charity (number 1087632) is funded entirely by donations and is run by local volunteers. Most of the requests received involve transport but can also include providing cover for carers for a couple of hours, shopping, helping with a small DIY job at home or collecting a prescription.

isolation. The Wheel of Care is unique in that it is the only Good Neighbour scheme in the area to offer such clubs (there are over 100 Good Neighbour schemes in Surrey). • Wheel of Care volunteers provided over 2,750 hours of help and drove just over 5,800 miles in 2017. There are currently 135 Wheel of Care volunteers. Once a month, 20 of these volunteers act as a “Duty Officer”, answering the telephone and matching client requests with volunteers. All volunteers undergo a DBS check (Disclosure & Barring Service) and are invited to attend First Aid and Driver Awareness Courses.

• The Wheel of Care runs four clubs, open to residents of West Horsley and all neighbouring villages with complimentary transport on request. The clubs are a weekly Scrabble Club, two weekly exercise classes (Seated Dance and Movement to Music) and a monthly Film For further information, please contact the Duty Officer Club. The clubs provide on 01483 281703 (Mon-Fri, 10am-noon) opportunities for building and maintaining friendships and e-mail info@westhorsleywheelofcare.co.uk or well-being, both physical and visit www.westhorsleywheelofcare.co.uk. mental and prevents social

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Legends of Swing Evening Saturday 2nd March 2019 An evening with the fantastic Ray Lowe and his tribute to the legends of swing music If you are interested in this event, please email info@driftgolfclub.com

Easter Carvery Sunday 21st April 2019 Bring the family together at Easter and enjoy our Easter Carvery. Free Easter Egg for all the children 3 Courses - £24.95 2 Courses - £21.95

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Baking

Mini Orange & Chocolate Cakes These lovely little citrus cakes take no time to make and are a delicious sweet treat.

Makes 12 Ready in 1 hour + cooling and setting

Ingredients

1

Preheat the oven to 180C, fan 160F, gas mark 4. Use the extra butter to thoroughly grease the holes in a 12-hole muffin tray. Line the base of each hole with a circle of baking paper. Drop a mini chocolate cookie into each hole.

2

Place the butter, sugar, flour, baking powder, eggs, orange juice and zest in a large mixing bowl. Beat with a hand-held electric whisk for 3-4 minutes until smooth and creamy.

3

Spoon the mixture evenly into the holes in the muffin tray. Bake in the preheated oven for 18-20 minutes until risen, golden and springy to the touch. Cool in the tin for a few minutes then run a small palette knife around each cake to loosen and turn out on a wire rack. Leave to cool completely.

4

Dip the top of each orange sponge in melted chocolate and place on a wire rack set over a baking sheet. Leave for 30 minutes or until set. Serve topped with grated chocolate and orange slices, if liked.

• 225g unsalted butter, softened, plus extra for greasing

• 12 mini chocolate cookies • 225g golden caster sugar • 225g self-raising flour • ½ tsp baking powder • 4 medium eggs, beaten • Juice and zest of 1 orange • 100g milk chocolate, melted, plus extra grated, to serve

• Orange slices, to serve (optional)

TIP These make delicious warm puddings – instead of leaving to cool and dipping in the chocolate, serve warm drizzled with the melted chocolate and with a dollop of whipped cream or crème fraiche.

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The Ripley Carpet Company 186a High Street Ripley, Surrey GU23 6BB

Flooring people for over 45 years

Tel: 01483 223173 www.theripleycarpetcompany.co.uk

• Quality carpets • Carpet runners & rugs • Vinyl • Sisal, seagrass, coir, jute • Hardwood / laminate • Karndean • Full fitting service • Carpet finishing / whipping and border taping

Specialist in Floor, Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning and Renovation Services A family run business with over 35 years’ experience

Free 1ltr Prochem Stain Pro Spotter with every carpet clean booked in July (quote VP0717)

01483 566802

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Garden Maintenance

Lawnmowing Patio, Decking & Garden Furniture Jetwashing Patio Repointing Weeding Clearing Gutters Leaf Clearance Garden Clearance

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Answers on page 47.

John Davies

FROM EDGING TO HEDGING All Jobs Considered Friendly & Efficient Flexible & Attentive

01483 859 857 or 07867 522 320 References available

“Comme ci, Comme ça”

French Tuition Friendly and supportive tuition tailored to your needs. One to one or small group lesson at home, at your office or at any convenient place in your area. Lessons to children of all levels including GCSE and A-level students, adult learners and business people. Extra help to improve your listening/ speaking skills, as well as grammar and spelling. Formal and colloquial French. Tips for holidays or exam revision.

Yasmine Benli

Experienced French Native Tutor Mobile: 07884 383 327 Email: yasmine.benli@talktalk.net

SWIM

Change one letter at a time (but not the position of any letter) to make a new word and move from the word at the top of the ladder to the word at the bottom, using the exact number of rungs provided.

HOMEOPATHY Offered to you in HORSLEY By ALI LOMAX (LCHE, RSHom)

Homeopathy is a well-established form of holistic healthcare, beneficial to all ages. In my experience it is an effective, gentle and safe system of medicine that is non-toxic and without side effects that can support so many conditions and healthstates i.e. migraine, skin conditions, infertility, pregnancy, menstrual aggrivations, respiratory problems, sinus problems, hayfever, depression, anxiety, phobias, grief, digestive complaints, poor sleep patterns, joint and muscle complaints. Confidentiality and professional practice are of paramount importance to myself and my patients. I also see patients at the Ashtead Osteopathy and Natural Health clinic.

Please enquire further for practice information:

Tel: 07810 533528 or 01483 282065 Email: lomax.ali@gmail.com www.horsleyhomeopathy.co.uk

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The Horsleys & Effingham Community Clubs and Societies East Horsley Bowling Club East Horsley Bridge Club East Horsley Parish Council East Horsley Village Hall –Bookings East Horsley W.I.

01483 283693 01483 571300 01483 281148 01483 285019 01483 284442

West Horsley Women’s Institute West Horsley Evening W.I. West Horsley Good Companions Club West Horsley Parish Council West Horsley Village Hall – Bookings West Horsley Wheel of Care

01483 282803 01483 285496 01483 283484 01483 901905 01483 285454 01483 281703

Horsley Badminton Club Horsley Choral Society Horsley Community Bus Horsley Countryside Preservation Soc. Horsley Craft Group Horsley Evangelical Church Horsley Floral Decoration Group Horsley Football Club Horsley Methodist Church Horsley Garden Society Horsley Scouts, Cubs & Beavers Horsley & Clandon Society of Arts Horsley & Send Cricket Club Horsley Youth Club The Horsleys Community Fund Meeting Point The Arts Society Horsley The Probus Club of The Horsleys The Whips Drama Group

01483 282384 01483 283683 01483 283314 01483 282410 01483 284437 01483 283453 01483 831422 01483 282516 01483 283482 01483 282408 01483 283287 01483 224063 01483 283182 01483 285950 01483 281755 01483 283090 01372 451015 01483 280267 01483 283372

Cancer Research UK Effingham Parish Council Effingham Community Sports Centre Effingham Table Tennis Club Effingham Housing Association Guides & Brownies Home-Start Guildford Horsley U3A King George V Hall Effingham The Arts Society Horsley Lovelace Nomad Theatre (Office) The Bookham & Horsley Rotary Club West Surrey Natural History Society

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Tree Surgery & Hedge Cutting Site Clearance Tree stump removal Supply of logs and wood chipping Fencing Tel: 07876 647225 E: sjtrees27@btinternet.com www.johnsontreeservices.co.uk

PLANNING & DESIGN SERVICE Architectural drawings for Extensions, Alterations & New Build Free No Obligation Quotations

Tel: 01483 417555 Mob: 07818 014357

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Solutions to Puzzles & Quizzes page 30

page 15 Across: 1 Bets, 3 Residual, 7 Anterior, 8 Garb, 9 Splint, 10 Teasel, 11 Nostradamus, 15 Hiatus, 18 Virago, 19 Lory, 20 Airtight, 21 Aesthete, 22 Lees.

Across: 7 Mediterranean, 8 Invented, 9 Even, 10 Usually, 12 Weeds, 14 Clamp, 16 Denmark, 19 Stun, 20 Coconuts, 22 Congratulated.

Down: 1 Braise, 2 Species, 3 Roister, 4 Sprat, 5 Dogma, 6 Airless, 11 Noisome, 12 Divorce, 13 Martial, 14 Boötes, 16 Tryst, 17 Stave.

Down: 1 Fern, 2 Cinema, 3 Textile, 4 Bride, 5 Sneeze, 6 Calendar, 11 Solution, 13 Ketchup, 15 Manage, 17 Monday, 18 Scrap, 21 Toes.

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Here is one possible solution (others may exist) SINK–sank–sand–said–skid–skim–SWIM

EXPLOSION

Spot The Difference! page 14

1. Man’s mouth, 2. T-shirt colour, 3. Monster ear 4. Snake pattern, 5. Picture nail, 6. Old man’s eye 7. Jumper pattern, 8. Ghost mouth, 9. White hair, 10. Crack in wall

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Index of Advertisers & Articles Accountancy/Finance Russell & Co. Chartered Accountants 33 Russell & Co. Independent Financial Advisors 33 Aerials Cranleigh Aerials

28

Architects Charlotte Wilson Associates Planning & Design Service

36 46

Bakery The Bakery Shop

14

Builders Allan Caesar Building Maintenance 18 Care Services Everycare 28 Home Counties Carers 18 The Grange Centre 34 West Horsley Wheel of Care 40, 41 Carpets Ripley Carpet Company Chiropodists Bookham Chiropody Churches East Horsley Parish Church

44 34 24–25

Cleaning Services Ovens’n’Stuff 18 Surrey Cleaning Services 44 Coaching/Tuition Comme Ci, Comme Ca One 2 One Tuition Computer Services Surrey PC Tech Dance Harmony Dance

45 4 8 22

Dentists Orchard Cottage

26

Dog Grooming Bonnie Dogs

22

Kitchen Suppliers K1 Installations

21

Editorial Features Baking 43 Bookham & Horsley Rotary 27 Books 11 Community Clubs and Societies 46 Gardening 23 General Knowledge Crossword 15 Health 35 History 39 Pets: Fleas & Ticks 32 Quick Crossword 30 Recipe 29 Solutions to Puzzles & Quizzes 47 Spot The Difference 14 Surrey Air Ambulance 37 Travel 13 What’s On 4 Word Ladder 45 Word Wheel 16

Legal Services Shipleys LLP Surrey Hills Solicitors Wellers Hedleys

31 36 17

Livery Stables Wix Hill Stables

26

Model Shops Roxley Models

21

Painting and Decorating Zoe Hackney

34

Plumbing & Heating A S Plumbing F&S Heating & Plumbing K H Heating & Plumbing Mark Edwards Plumbing

40 28 32 26

Electrical Services I2R Electrical

Restaurants La Meridiana

5

Roofing Able Roofing

16

Domestic Appliances C F Hall & Co. Ltd.

Estate Agents Portcullis & Co. Henshaws

BC

40 20 Inside BC

Financial Consultants Dominic Marcus

12

Fundraising Cherry Trees The Horsleys Community Fund

6 21

Funeral Services Lodge Brothers

7

Garage Services CT Cars Ltd.

38

Garden Services John Davies Garden Maintenance 45 Tim Skerritt Landscapes 8 Health & Well-being Ali Lomax Homeopathy Horsley Osteopaths Pilates Perfection HR Solutions Office Works

45 9 2

Schools/Education Cranmore School 3 Felton Fleet Preparatory School 19 Glenesk School 8 Martyrs Green Montessori Inside FC Manor House School 1 Taxi Services Magnum Cars

20

Theatre & Entertainment Nomad Theatre

16

Tree Surgeons Johnson Tree Services P & B Tree Surgeons

46 22

Venues De Vere Horsley Towers The Drift Golf Club

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