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News in Brief: l Sussex Air Ambulance has launched a text donation service allowing mobile phone users to pledge their support to the life-saving charity. Supporters of the Dunsfoldbased helicopter can make a one-off £3 donation simply by texting the word AIR followed by SUSSEX to 70300. Sussex Air Ambulance will receive a minimum of £2.67 of each donation. l Work on a £30,000 pedestrian crossing upgrade on Crawley Road, near to Fitzalan Road, in Horsham, starts on Monday September 6th. The pavement will be closed in sections while the work is being carried out. It is scheduled to take up to four weeks to complete. Work will be carried out Monday and Friday from 7am to 5pm, and occasionally on Saturdays from 7am to 1pm.

l A driver was seriously injured on Saturday night (August 28th) when his car collided with a tree at Maplehurst. The collision happened around 11pm in Copsale Road when the white Ford Fiesta, travelling west, lost control on a right hand bend and left the road, colliding with a tree and bouncing back on to the car-

riageway. The driver, a 19-year-old man, from the Horsham area, received serious head and arm injuries and was flown to the East Surrey Hospital by helicopter. His condition is serious, but not life-threatening. Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the crash or who may have seen the Fiesta in the area in the time leading up to it, to contact 0845 60 70 999 quoting Operation Hawksworth.

l The Chief Executive of West Sussex County Council, Mark Hammond, is on a period of extended leave as from September 1st. Kieran Stigant, current Executive Director for Communities, has agreed to take on the role of interim Chief Executive until the long-term position is settled. l The closing date for comments about the air quality in Storrington is 10th September. Comments can be made at www.horsham.gov.uk using the comments form. For further information contact Lisa Hawtin, Environmental Protection Officer, Horsham District Council, Park House, North Street, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1RL: lisa.hawtin@horsham.gov.uk Tel: 01403 215200

Horsham has an ageing population, and now the council is looking to ensure it provides services accordingly

Population study for the ‘Japan of Sussex’ Did you know that Horsham has been referred to as “the Japan of West Sussex”? Not because everyone takes photographs all the time, but because of its ageing population. A spot survey amongst a random group of people we found free running in the town centre showed that nearly all of Horsham’s population are teenagers. However, clearly more in depth research needs to be done, and the council is making an effort to know more about the people of Horsham, so that it can offer

services that meet the needs of an ever changing population. Horsham District Council is currently working on a new business plan, its corporate plan, and it is keen to make sure that the most vulnerable members of the community or those with very specific needs are receiving the appropriate access and support. There are around 130,000 people who live in the 205 square miles of the district. The council also has an action plan called the ‘Single Equality Scheme’, which looks specifically at equality

and diversity. There is already a well established Horsham and District Access Forum which meets regularly to look at disability related issues. There is also a newly formed Horsham District Equalities Forum, which looks at wider equality issues across all the equality strands. This Forum works with other strategic partners to ensure that all minority voices are heard. Horsham has been referred to as the ‘Japan of West Sussex’, with a significantly increasing ageing

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population, and the council is looking closely at the issues relating to this. More Bridge clubs, perhaps... There are also slightly more women than men living in the district, while recent research has shown that one in 20 people come from a non-white British background. The Council has been reaching out to different Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) individuals and groups, and has also been working alongside the Horsham Filipino Society, local Gypsies and Travellers and other minority groups. religious groups such as Horsham Churches Together, Horsham Interfaith Forum, Horsham Mosque and West Sussex Humanists are also assisting the council, while it is thought that about 6% of Horsham folk could be lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB). Horsham District Council and other statutory partners would be interested to seek views of the local LGB population. For more information on the Single Equality Scheme, please email equalities@horsham.gov.uk or look up ‘Equalities’ under the A-Z of www.horsham.gov.uk


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cancer survivor gets on his bike Daniel King is only nine, but he already has some stories to tell. The St Robert Southwell CP School pupil is a confident, outgoing, outdoors type - the sort of child that some people don’t think exist anymore. Earlier this year, just after scooping the Horsham Sparrows Player of the Year Award, he broke both his arms while playing on a rope swing in the woods! But Daniel faced a far more serious issue as an infant - aged just 13 months, he was diagnosed with a Wilms tumour, which is a type of kidney cancer, Having survived and fully recovered, Daniel, of Orchard Road, is taking on the Downs Link Bike Ride on 5th September in a bid to raise money for Cancer Research UK. His first at-

tempt in May was thwarted by the rope-swing incident just days before the challenge was due to take place. But Daniel is determined his 23 mile ride will go ahead in September. Daniel’s Mum, Anita said: “We were all devastated when Dan was diag-

nosed with cancer. I was just pregnant with our second son at the time. “But with overwhelming support of friends and family we made it through a truly heart wrenching experience. It really makes you focus on what is important in life. “We are very fortunate as Daniel has made a full recovery and he is now a healthy happy nine year old. Not every child is as lucky.” Daniel said: “I know I was very poorly when I was a baby but now I am all bet-

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idea to raise money for the charity, and he’s now well on his way towards his fundraising target of £1,000. Sharon Baldwin, Cancer Research UK’s area volunteer manager for Horsham said: “We are absolutely delighted that Dan has decided to attempt such a great challenge to raise money for Cancer Research UK. “Dan is an inspiration. He has been through such a lot, including breaking both arms earlier this year, but

“I jusT WanT To RaIse loTs of is MoneY foR canceR ReseaRcH” he deterter. I just want to raise lots of money for cancer research so the Doctors and nurses can make lots of other children with cancer better too.” Daniel said it was his

mined to complete this ride and raise as much money as possible for Cancer Research UK. “ He has been being doing lots of preparation and we can’t thank him enough and want to wish them all the very best on the day.” Sharon added: “Cancer Research UK has made enormous progress in the fight against cancer and continues to do so. “However, we have only been able to do this thanks to the dedication and commitment of our volunteers and supporters without whom we would not be able to fund our vital research.” To sponsor Dan visit www.justgiving.com/danielk ingandfamily

The Resident’s new website The Resident has its own website! People all over the world already read the paper in full on the Visit Horsham website, and can continue to do so. But you can now view it through www.the-resident.co.uk There’s a comment piece and we would really appreciate feedback on the paper and of course comments on any stories in the paper. You can also view papers going back to 21st May, and there’s a full jobs section on the site too. We’ll be making more additions as time passes too.

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REVIEW: Carmela, 3 Denne Road, Horsham

An offer you can’t refuse! Carmela opened a month ago, give or take a day or two, with the promise of an authentic southern Italian experience. In charge is Francesco Raciti, with his sister Rossella playing a major role, and like any good Italian boy, Francesco has named his restaurant after his mother. While ‘mama’ might not play a prominent role, she’s around more often than not, helping to tidy up or sitting down with a cappuccino! But it’s not all happily families for the Racitis. Francesco’s brother and chef Alessandro has - for reasons not entirely clear - left already. Whether or not this merely rocked the boat or threatened to topple it over, we don’t know. But it is a relative sea of tranquillity now. If anything, the family component is Carmela’s greatest strength. Already, as a dining

experience, Carmela feels warm, cosy, lived in, homely even. Far more cosy than you would expect for a restaurant in a 16th century listed building which has been vacant for some time. Some of that comes from the decoration and the colours. Francesco, the former manager of Strada, doesn’t stray too far from what he knows best, playing it safe with the paint palette and a wisely restrained distribution of ornaments and wall hangings, allowing the exposed oak beams to give Carmela its charm and character. But most of it comes from the family and staff, some of whom have worked with

“AN AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE WOULD NOT  INVOLVE SUPPLIED PIZZA BASES” Francesco long enough to be practically related. And just by being around, Carmela is bringing more to the table than she probably realises!

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but they’ve not got the fire going yet, and unless you draw the curtains to separate the dining area from the stalls, you can be distracted by a small television screen on the wall (showing Coronation Street when we visited!). But overall there’s a good feeling to the place. Other Italians can certainly feel cold by comparison. Now to the food... Certainly, people have been excited about the arrival of Carmela and the promise of Sicilian food. Italian chains are plentiful in town - Strada, Tortellini, Pizza Ex-

press, Prezzo - but this new family-run enterprise was intriguing enough for Carmela to be the fourth most popular local search in Google last week (behind Horsham Park, The Resident and Horsham). But if you’re expecting fine Sicilian cuisine which raises standards here in Horsham, you’re likely to be disappointed. Of course, an authentic experience would not involve using a supplier for its pizza bases. There’s no shame in that it’s an award winning company which Carmela is using and they are setting

their own demands - but it’s nice to see the chefs rolling the dough in an Italian. And it’s unlikely that many Palermo restaurants order in their bases. What Carmela does provide is a well priced but on the whole familiar menu, with a few quirky touches that will, most likely, attract widely differing opinions. One of these is Pescespada Spertu (Pan fried swordfish steak cooked in traditional Sicilian way served with an orange and fennel salad whole garlic and mint) which at £13.95 is the most expensive main on the menu, beef steak aside. The Sicilian twist here of course is the orange. Not surprisingly, this has attracted mixed feedback, although I enjoyed it. The generous steak could do with a little more flavouring, and you should order chips with it too, but it bodes well that Carmela is willing to take a risk and offer dishes that the chains would most likely consider a bit too divisive. A colleague opted for the Agnello c’alivi (Oven roast garlic and rosemary lamb served in a rich red wine and black olives sauce) for £13.50. The lamb was well cooked and served with a bold sauce, perhaps too much sauce if you’re fussy about presentation.

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Golden tickets coming... The Resident is proud to present Mr Simms’ Golden Ticket Extravaganza, which will begin on Monday, 13th of September. The competition, loosely based on Roald Dahl’s classic story, will last for five weeks with a selection of prizes to suit every age group. All you have to do is purchase a chocolate bar at Mr Simms’ traditional Sweet

Continued from Page 4... For starters we tried Focaccia All’aglio E Romarino (Oven baked garlic & rosemary Focaccia bread) which was fairly standard fare, as you might expect from a restaurant that doesn’t bake on site. Much better was the Parmigiana (Layers of fried aubergine with tomato sauce, hard-boiled egg, fresh basil and Parmesan cheese) for £5.25. Just a touch overcooked but a generous and well judged starter. The desserts were, incidentally, fabulous, and they make a good coffee too! There are a few other meals that grab your attention; the

seared seabass fillet, the Sicilian style mussel soup, the panfried calves’ liver with sage mash, but there’s not much that we haven’t seen in Horsham before. If we had a recommendation for Carmela, it would be to gradually move towards more traditional Sicilian food. As it turns out, this is already Francesco’s feeling, and a fresh menu isn’t far away. It’s been done before, notably at Filippo’s in Park Place which (if we recall correctly) even ditched pizza for a time to focus on southern Italian food. But in the setting of this small, historic building, the Raciti family have the chance to create something special.

At the moment, Carmela is not something special, at least from a culinary perspective. However, it’s certainly good enough to give the East Street chains food for thought. Perhaps the biggest compliment to Francesco so far is that Strada possibly paid more for a refit, completed a week before Carmela opened, than he paid to set up the business! The best compliment we can give it is that we will be, happily, returning, for coffee, for breakfast, for a drink after work, and for food when just wanting an enjoyable and affordable evening out. And that’s just because it’s a nice place to be.

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Shop and find the Golden Ticket. The prizes on offer are: a family ticket for Drusillas Park, a month of Bowling or laser quest at Horsham Super bowl, cinema and theatre tickets at the Capitol Theatre, Swimming for a

month a The Pavilions, Pampering day at Cisswood hotel, beauty treatments from Beauty Secrets, A month of golf at Mannings Heath golf course and the platinum prize, a meal for two and a stay at the luxurious South Lodge Hotel. You can find more information in forth-coming editions of The Resident, out every Friday and also available to read in full at

www.visithorsham.co.uk You can also visit Mr Simms at 42 West Street, Horsham from the 13th September and buy your chocolate bars. l It transpired that The Capitol theatre had not one

but two Sorcerers Apprentice goody bags to give away for our competition in The Resident of 13th August. The lucky winners are Yashika Wakefield of Roffey and Viv Nuttall of Ashington

l Southwater Parish Council has set up two new Facebook Accounts which are linked in order to promote events within the Parish over and above those on the village website. These are Southwater Parish Council and Southwater Live.

l The Horsham Branch of the Royal Air Force Association will mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Britain during the weekend of 18th/19th. There will be the usual Wings Appeal collection in the town and on the Sunday a wreath laying ceremony takes place in the Carfax at the War Memorial at 11am, followed by a service in the parish church. On Saturday 18th, music is provided by Mr Alan Woolven and friends on the Carfax bandstand at 11am. Horsham RAFA hope that the public will continue to support its efforts.


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Family brewer launches Trail Regional family brewer Hall and Woodhouse have launched their Sussex Pub Trail which encourages customers to visit any 10 pubs to receive a T-shirt or any 20 pubs to receive a rugby shirt. 39,000 booklets have been printed with the pubs promoted inside. Customers simply visit any variety of the pubs that they choose, purchasing a drink inside and get their booklet stamped. “This idea of a Pub Trail is not something new, but we are hoping it will be something to help encourage customers to visit our pubs. We are very proud of our pubs across Sussex, there is a variety of beautiful countryside pubs as well as lively town centre pubs; all of which offer customers something dif-

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Tribute to Georgia

Liam Palmer, who suffers from a gluten intolerance disease, tucks into one of his mum Jeannie’s cupcakes

A charity fun day is to be held at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre on Sunday 19th September in aid of Georgia Tooley. 14-year-old Millais schoolgirl Georgia passed away in March after fighting a battle against Cancer. The main event is a relay, in which participants can walk, run, or jump around the athletics track (trainers are essential). There will also be a bouncy castle, bungee run, group aerobics

and you can win a flight in an Elite helicopter in the raffle. A minimum donation of £5 will be donated to the new children and teenager’s Cancer unit at the Royal Marsden Hospital, and it will enable more children and teenagers with Cancer to be treated and cured. To make an online donation visit www.justgiving.com/Emma -Gentle

Sweets for my Sweetie June 2009 was a bad month for the Palmer family of Horsham. After a bout of illness Liam, now 10-years-old, was diagnosed with Coeliac disease, caused by gluten intolerance. In addition, mum Jeannie was made redundant from her job with an airline company. But a year on, Liam is pictured tucking into one of his mum’s delicious cupcakes, after Jeannie decided to tackle the problems they faced with a “two birds, one stone” approach. Jeannie began making cakes made without glutencontaining ingredients. It’s taken a while to perfect the recipe, as Jeannie

wanted to ensure that they were as tasty as they could possibly be, but now her business is ready to step up to the next level. Already the cakes are stocked by Le Brunch in Swan Walk shopping centre, which provide several orders each week, while the weddings and events side of Jeannie’s Cakes is stepping up too. And this weekend Jeannie will be at the Big Nibble - the launch event for the Food and Drink Festival - to promote her business. Great news for mum, and for Liam too - he is a huge fan of the cakes! Jeannie said: “(Last June) was a bad

time, but something positive has come out of it. I’m able to spend more time with the children and creating the business. “I have always enjoyed baking my own cakes, so I set about creating recipes for delicious cakes that Liam could eat. “As a parent of a child with Coeliac, I wouldn’t go to person or business which made (both gluten free and regular) cupcakes because they don’t understand the needs of the children. It has to be specialist. “We even need a separate toaster for Liam - I didn’t understand how in depth it all was until Liam was diagnosed - it’s a minefield.” The next challenge for Jeannie was perfecting the taste, having sampled many that were dry, heavy or bland. But she has succeeded to the extent that it’s difficult to tell that the cakes have been made without gluten containing ingredients. As well as making cupcakes, Jeannie’s lemon drizzle cake has proved popular, and you can also order brownies, chocolate orange cake, banana loaf and a Tropical cake with coconut and pineapple. The cupcakes come with the reasonable price tag of six for £9, and there’s a small additional charge for certain decorations.

For more information contact Jeannie on 07722 717972 or www.jeanniescakes.co.uk

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Nibble is a real mouthful Horsham’s four week Food & Drink Festival kicks off in style this week, with its showpiece event The Big Nibble. They’ll be plenty to chew on, and some demonstrations from the district’s most acclaimed chefs...

Andy Hepworth (above) and Matt Gillan of The Pass, South Lodge Hotel, will both give demonstrations

Most of us would admit to themselves that they should ‘buy local’ more often. But, truth be told, it all gets rather expensive, doesn’t it, when you start buying cheese from Arlington, lamb from Warnham, wine from Bolney, and your marmalades from the little old lady at the village fair. It costs a lot, it takes a lot of time, and you can’t stick the kids in a trolley and get it all done and dusted in an hour and get 5p a litre off your petrol. There’s nothing wrong with that at all but just maybe you could find the time to pick a couple of favourites - a special cheese, a local wine or a sweet chilli jam you can buy as a treat once a month. The best place to find out about the best in local produce is at the Big Nibble. The Big Nibble is the launch event for the Food and Drink Festival, which lasts a month from Saturday. During this month, 109 shops, restaurants, breweries, hotels, pubs, vineyards, specialists and retailers will be offering a

variety of events, tours, promotions and offers to tickle the taste buds. To get the full guide to the events there is a free programme that has been distributed by the council. You can pick it up at the Big Nibble or view it in its entirety online (search ‘Horsham Food and Drink Festival’ and you’ll do well to miss it) but be warned - you will need a copy of the programme to claim on many of the deals. Back to the Big Nibble then, which starts at 9am in Carfax, Horsham. The Big Nibble is a massive farmers market, incorporating the regular Satur-

day Local Produce Market. At the Cookery Theatre, renowned chefs from local restaurants and pubs will be cooking up some delicious food and sharing their recipes throughout the day. You can follow The Big Nibble trail around the town and discover other participating Town Centre businesses and above all bring your empty shopping bags, because you will be tempted by all the fantastic tasty food and drink on offer. Another highlight is the HorContinued on Page 9

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A celebration of local produce Follow The Big Nibble Trail around Horsham Town Centre There is something for everyone! Huge farmers market in Horsham Town Centre Fantastic local produce - Everything you need in 1 place on 1 day Professional Chef Demonstrations throughout the day Free recipes - Tastings The ever popular Beer Trail around Town Centre pubs Organised by Horsham District Council with support from A Taste of Sussex To obtain a full programme for The Big Nibble: Call: 01403 215529 Email:

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SOUTHERN COUNTIES GLASS • Splashbacks • Worktops • Vast colour range • Supply and fix/supply only Tristan Mason will be at the Cookery Theatre at the Big Nibble Continued from Page 8... sham Beer Trail. At a mere £1, it is fantastic value, and your chance to sample the delights of the finest beers that Horsham pubs have to offer. You won’t get drunk though (unless you’re Hobbit sized) as the tankard is a touch on the small side. Great fun tak-

ing part in that though and you can always have a pint if you like a particular brew! The Horsham Food & Drink

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Pippa poppin’ in Pippa Greenwood from BBC Radio 4’s ‘Gardeners’ Question Time’ is at Old Barn Nursery & Garden Centre on Wednesday, September 22 to fundraise for Greenfingers – the gardening charity that creates ‘magical’ gardens at children’s hospices. The evening will start at 7pm and raffle tickets will be available to purchase for the first half an hour. Pippa will then start her talk at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £8.50 and are available from our reception or by calling 01403 710000. All proceeds after VAT will be donated to Greenfingers.

Licencing policies are under scrutiny Local businesses and residents have until 1st October to help review the Horsham District’s licensing policy. Horsham District Council’s Statement of Licensing Policy sets out how it will judge applications for liquor, public entertainment or late night refreshment licences within the statutory framework set out in the Licensing Act 2003. Reasons for this policy include preventing crime and disorder, preventing public nuisance, ensuring public safety and protecting children from harm. To ensure it remains up to date, all licensing authorities are obliged to review the policy document every three years. To certify a fair and proportionate licensing policy, this review process requires a public consultation. At the end of the consultation period, all the responses will be collated and included in a summary of responses paper, which the Council intends to publish in

on Horsham District Council’s website: www.horsham.gov.uk. Alternatively anyone requiring a paper copy should call 01403 215578. The Council would like to thank those who take the time to consider this document in detail. Anyone who wishes to comment should refer to the existing policy by paragraph numbers and include their contact details, or if responding on behalf of an organisation, the name and a brief description of whom the organiHorsham Shoppers’ Guide Autumn 2006 - Spring 2007 sation represents. Anonymous download edition - section 2 submissions will also be acNovember 2010. amended. cepted. After the recommendations The policy paper is only releThe deadline for replies is 1st have been made to the full meet- vant for the geographical area October 2010, although earlier ing of Horsham District Council served by Horsham District responses would be much apon 15th December 2010, the Council and separate consultapreciated. new Policy Statement is extions will be taking place for Views of the Statement of Lipected to operate from 7th Janu- every local authority areas in censing Policy should be sent to: ary 2011. England and Wales. Ahmed Ramiz, Licensing Offi2-3 minutes walk Once the policy is in force, it The Council’s Statement of Licer, Horsham District Council, will be used by the Council to censing Policy for Public EnterPark House, North Street, Hormake decisions on licensing istainment, Late Night sham, West Sussex RH12 1RL sues for the next three years, un- Refreshment and the (Fax: 01403 215110, Email:liless the primary legislation is Sale of Alcohol can be viewed censing@horsham.gov.uk)

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Horsham District kicks off its month long Food and Drink Festival. Expect a programme of special offers and events, brought to you by local food and drink businesses including restaurants, cafes, bistros, pubs, farms, farm shops, breweries, vineyards and retailers

Cancer Research UK is holding a Fun music night in the Tanners Arms pub in Horsham tonight. There will be live music performed by 'The Startled Hamsters' who are a fantastic local group playing music from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. The fun starts at 7.30pm and entry is free.

Arthur Lodge Veterinary Surgery is holding a sponsored dog walking event on Saturday 4th September in support of Guide Dogs for the Blind as part of their fundraising initiative called ‘go walkies!’ It starts at 11.30am at Southwater Country Park A donation of £5 per dog.

London New Zealand cricket team (Kiwis living in the capitol) will be taking on a Broadbridge Heath team at the club’s pitch in Byfleets Lane, today, from 1pm. It follows a charity match against the Shelley pub on Bank Holiday Monday. More on the sports pages.

4th/5th Sep

Pick up a bargain or two as Millais School in Horsham hosts a car boot sale today from 12-3pm. Sellers set up from 11am, £6 a pitch. Buyers from 12pm. Entrance fee 50p with children under 5 free. Early bird buyers £1. Use the Highland Road entrance.

5th Sep

The next Rock: HYC event at Horsham Youth Club on Hurst Road is held tonight. It features Baby Oiled Bodies, Honour is Dead and Ornament Tournaments. Meanwhile, Chinchilla Zilla, The UK Rideouts, Champagne Supernova and Spacehopperz at the The Shelley, BBH

We’ll have a bit more information for you nearer the day, but there is due to be a two day Vintage Rally at Langhurst Hill Farm, Balls Cross, Petworth today and tomorrow. The event, staged by Billingshurst Macmillan Support Group, will feature lots of steam, raffles and stalls

There will be a Press-ups for Charity Challenge staged by Sussex Bootcamps today. This event is open to all who want to come out and do as many press-ups as they can in 90 seconds to raise money for Help for Heroes. Full information at www.pressupsforcharitysussex.com

There’s a Teddy Bears picnic at the railway at Pulborough Garden Centre, Stopham Road, Pulborough. Trains run at regularly from 11am-3.30pm and children bringing a bear get a free ride. There will be many teddy bear displays as well as face painting, swing boats etc.

Horsham Folk Club’s new season kicks off tonight with a song and dance night, with the ceilidh band playing, and next Sunday (12th) Elsie's Band, a folk band renowned for its interpretation of traditional music as well as its own work, come to town. Entry £5 (members £3)

The Amphibians 2 triathlon Club hosts the Southwater Sprint Relay Race today, at the Country Park. The face, closed to entrants now, has teams of three take part in a 400m swim, 18.5km cycle ride, and 3.8km run. It all starts at 8am. See www.a2tri.com for more info

The Dragon Boat race in aid of St Catherine’s Hospice will be held at Knepp Castle, West Grinstead. Local businesses are asked to pick up the paddles and be part of it. If you want to find our more about how you can take part, log onto www.stch.org.uk or call Michael on 01293 447357.

Horsham FC are next at home today against Hendon. It’s not been the best start for John Maggs’ team - one point from four games, but they were unlucky last time out against Kingstonian (see sport) and can do with you r support more than ever to clinch a first win of the season

11th Sep

Wisborough Green charity balloon weekend starts today (it’s on until 12th) in aid of Chase Hospice Care for Children. Balloonists fly the balloons and donate a £90 fee for passengers straight to charity. Not only is it a great cause, it’s a great spectacle, and one of our annual faves.

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There’s a Zumba Charity Party (Zumba is a latin inspired dance fitness workout) to raise funds for Tommys. The event takes place at The Holbrook Club. A team of Zumba instructors will lead 100 keen participants. See www.zumbasussex.co.uk/party

Horsham Rugby club will begin the new season today away to Crowborough, under the guidance of new first team captain Simon ‘Splatts’ Matterface. Kick off is 3pm, and they are at home to Crawley next week (18th) so don’t miss that! The second XV are at home today against Horley 2nds.

Mofest is coming to a field near you. The line-up has been announced Chinchilla Zilla (above), The UK Rideouts, Ob Jay Da, Joe 90, Steve Roles and Jodie Denman are on the bill, along with DJs. Tickets are £20 including camping for the night. (Under 12s £10). www.mofest.co.uk

Horsham Library celebrates its 21st birthday with a day of events. It begins at 9am, with a grand opening with Horsham Bluebelles and there’s also Glynde Place Dance Studio, Birthday Baby Rhyme Time with Bookstart Bear, The Pleasure Singers’ Choir and Horsham Salsa

Brooklands Studios, an energetic team of performers showcasing a spectacular array of routines to popular chart hits, as well as tracks from some of our best loved musicals such as Wicket and Mary Poppins, will be at the Capitol today and tomorrow. Tickets are £13 from 750220

There’s a Millais reunion for pupils who left in 1980 at 7.30-11pm. Tickets cost £10, to include light buffet and refreshments, and are also available to any teachers that taught between 1975 -1980. Email sallybooker1@btinternet.com for tickets and info

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There’s a great opportunity to try a huge variety of local offerings at the Horsham Beer Festival (Sat - 12-4pm and 6-10pm; Sun - 12-4pm) in the Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham About 50 beers and ciders can be sampled. Tickets from Beer Essentials on East Street

There is to be a family fun day and skate jam in Southwater Country Park today, from 11am-6pm. Expect live music, fire service demonstrations and activities for all the family, as well as BMX and skateboard competitions, with prizes too including a bike from Southwater Cycles

There’s a Bumper Billingshurst Village Market for local produce held today, linked in with the Food and Drink Festival. It’ll be held outside Burdfields farm shop and cafe from 9am-2pm. There’s a free glass of Tullens apple juice in the farm shop on the day, with the fest programme

19th Sep

The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular returns to the Capitol by popular demand. It's totally live and every song is an absolute classic Come Fly with Me, Volare, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Lady Is A Tramp, Mack The Knife and more of your favourites. Tickets £19 from 01403 750220

19th Sep

Goodwood Revival, the world’s most popular historic motor race meeting, is held from today, for three days. It is the only event of its kind to be staged entirely in the nostalgic time capsule of the 1940s, 50s and 60s that relives the glory days of Goodwood Motor Circuit.

23rd Sep

West Grinstead & District Ploughing & Agricultural Society hosts its Annual Ploughing Match & Show at Clothalls Farm, West Grinstead. There will be 12 different ploughing classes, livestock shows, parade of hounds, terrier racing, ferret racing and more. £4, Under 14s go free

Horsham Olympic are celebrating 50 years as a club with a reunion event at The Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham at 7pm with music, memories....and a licenced bar! Chairman Tim Wilkins and lifelong member Mick Langridge welcome all ex- players. Tickets £7.50 from 266474

A charity fun day will be held from 2.30-4.30pm in memory of Georgia Tooley, who died of cancer in March aged 14. The day includes the Thunder Gridiron team (tbc), BBQ, bungee run, raffle to win a helicopter ride, and more. A £5 donation to Royal Marsden Cancer campaign.

Ashington 3rd Fun Run is held today. Other races include a one and a half mile race for Juniors between 6 10yrs, a toddlers Fancy Dress trot for and maybe a 3 legged Race. Each participant will receive a medal.Volunteers are needed too. Application forms from 01903 891543.

The St Catherine’s Hospice Autumn Gift Fair at Knepp Castle, Shipley. Over 70 stalls await visitors in a luxury marquee, offering everything from local produce foods and homemade cakes, house-wares, designer clothing and swimwear. 9.30am-4pm. Admission is £5

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Henfield Owl Project has been devised by local community group Henfield Birdwatch to encourage everyone in the parish to record where and when they have seen or heard owls in their area. The Barn Owl, pictured, along with the Tawny Owl and Little Owl, will be studied. It comes after four Tawny Owls were found dead on Henfield’s roads in recent months. More on Page 24


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Horsham could be treated to another Flashmob event, courtesy of local vocal group Voice from The Coal Shed. Visitors to the English Festival earlier this year were treated to the bizarre sight of several dozen people of all ages dancing to the YMCA in The Carfax! In terms of choreography, it wasn’t the most polished routine you’ll have ever seen, but it was great fun for all those taking part and helped raise the profile of the festival. Now the group is planning another one for the Horsham Town Centre Festival. We won’t give all the details away, as these things do tend to work better if there are at least some people around who don’t understand quite what is going on. But we will say that it’s another easy routine along similar novelty music lines...and it’s not In the Navy! If you would like to take part in the event, email kaytie@voicefromthecoalshed.com to register your interest. Meanwhile the various choirs associated with Voice from the Coal Shed continue to be successful.

Divas Undaunted go from strength to strength and still meet on Thursday evenings at St John’s, Broadbridge Heath at 7:45-9:30pm. Contact Janet gardnerjanet@btconnect.com Coal Shed Rock have morphed into Torch (The Original Rock Choir of Horsham) and this diverse group of men and women (ages from 13-73) meet on Tuesday evenings at Brighton Rd Baptist Church 7:30-9:30. See www.torchhorsham.webs.com for details or contact Adam Fleming-Yates plasma_conduit@yahoo.com For all closet Divas and Divos out there who fancy a lovely day of liberating wailing, you can attend an Opera singing Workshop at St Leonards Church, Horsham on 16th October 10-4 Email kaytie@voicefromthecoalshed.co m 07771 557865 St John’s Gospel Choir are reforming and will be meeting again in September and then once a month regularly. Please contact Jill on cjdjsmith@aol.com for more details

Angel Productions, e a newly formed local theatre group, are performing their first show at The Capitol in Horsham next week. The show, called ‘Simply Glee’ can be seen on 9th-10th September at 7pm and 7.30pm respectively. Simply Glee is described as a song and dance show with eight talented singers, led by Clare Cordell, Becky Hunt and Tom

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Letters Email your letters to ben@the-resident.co.uk or write via snail mail to: Ben Morris, HD Publishing, 26 North Street, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1RQ.

Please include your full name, address and contact number for legal reasons. House numbers/house names will not be printed in the newspaper. We don’t impose a word limit, but please don’t write us a novel!

Look West first Surely this idea of Horsham opening later is flawed? It would seem that this is all for the benefit of one part of town - and it’s obvious from your front page image that you feel the same way. A lot seems to be happening with East Street, but for me the heart of the town always was and still is West Street. It is this area that must be developed if Horsham is truly to become a leading centre for retail. Looking along East Street, which retailers are

realistically going to open late? I can see two that may benefit - Steamer and La Source –unless people are suddenly going to feel the urge to buy a guitar after eating. Any shop that opens elsewhere in town will not benefit from the footfall. It’s a nice idea, but maybe Horsham Unlimited should hold on with these late night plans until the rest of the town has benefitted in the way East Street has. Mr P. Duke, Slinfold

I read with interest proposals by Horsham Unlimited, which I assume to be primarily a Horsham District Council fronted organisation. Certainly, I was initially sceptical, but we should at least give some credit for the positive thinking. How many towns across the country - particularly on the coast - have been allowed to just crumble due

to an ignorance of changing times and culture? I don’t want to go out shopping on Horsham’s First Thursday, so I won’t be there. But who’s to say that this isn’t the way forward if there is any hope of stopping the next generation from buying all of their goods on the Internet? Sylvia Gower Horsham

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Why should retailers open for restaurants? Re: City thinking in a market town? (Resident, Aug 27th) I also noticed an article a few weeks back commenting as to whether it is right for so many eateries opening in Horsham! My views are, as a small retail business which would like to open in Horsham, is that Horsham is pricing itself out of local businesses at the price of inviting national run operations. Just look at the number of retailers whom were long standing (local) businesses whom have closed over the recent past? Was it because of the economy or because costs such as rents and business rates have been prohibitive? Or both? There has been very few new retailers who have opened and been willing to pay the “going rate” of rents – which you can pay the same in larger towns such as Brighton or Croydon. They are usually discretionary spending such as women’s hair/nail or clothing outlets. However, the biggest entries to Horsham are national or large groups of eateries with a very small number of local versions. The problems arise as: Rule of convergence – Horsham becomes similar to other

equally sized and larger towns – offering the same standardised outlets that every other town offers – so is Horsham different? Profits do not benefit the town - With larger businesses from outside governance thru shareholders etc what does these large businesses bring to Horsham? The income generated is taken out of the town and profits made/spent else-

where? Help the community – with so many eateries what portion of the produce, ie the food, is brought form local area, say within 10 – 15 miles of Horsham? Why did the local butcher close – because he could not get any business from any of the food chains! Was it his pricing or that these big concerns have their own “food chain”

from elsewhere – does not help Horsham farmers etc! What is the retail make up? – do you know what proportion of shops are per sector, ie Estate Agents , Mortgage brokers hair dressers, nail shops, take aways, restaurants, etc? How does it compare elsewhere? What is the ratio per population? What proportion are local community businesses and what are Nationals/conglomerates etc? Why should retailers open late? Why should they having spent all day opening have to then work long extra hours to prop up the eateries? Will people go shopping as well as eat? It sounds like the eateries want the help but what will they do in return? Will Horsham be only worth visiting in the evening? The way the make up of Horsham is changing could mean that it is not worth shopping/visiting during the day and only worth a visit at night time – is that fair? Is this to attract local community? – is the initiative to bring in outsiders to come to Horsham or should it be to serve the 30,000 odd residents of the town? Just a few thoughts to grapple with... Name and address supplied

Thakeham action group missed their opportunity Re: Death of a village? (Resident, 20th Aug)

As a developer who has had to deal with the TVA (Thakeham Village Action) with regard to Abingworth and Wilmers Mushroom Farms. Unfortunately the attitude of the TVA is no development whatsoever in Thakeham. I could never get them to support any scheme at Wilmers on the basis that it would set a precedent for development on the Abingworth site. One proposal for Wilmers was 10 houses on 3 acres of concrete which would have been a great precedent for Abing-

worth of 3 houses an acre. They would not support even three houses and when planning was obtained for a single large house I believe they did not object but they were not supportive. About seven years ago I met with the TVA Group to discuss a proposition for the Abingworth Site. I put forward a proposal for 1520 executive homes on the site and in return for their support I would build a new school in Thakeham. Some members asked if other projects could be funded and I said “of course” but that would involve an extra dwelling in the scheme to provide the funds.

I told them my opinion was that sooner or later that Abingworth would be built on and the best way would be to have a small scheme,15-20dwellings, that they could have major input too, which sterilised the site for the future. Otherwise there was a risk that they would have a massive development foisted on them which they could have little influence on. I am sorry to say that the TVA never bothered to contact myself or my planning consultant after that meeting with any feedback at all, we were eventually informed they weren't interested as the Chairwoman of the TVA

said that the scheme was contrary to the local plan. So when the TVA are knocking on doors and telling everyone how terrible this development will be, perhaps they would like to explain why they turned down the chance to give Thakeham a new school and do away with the danger of hundreds of homes being built in Thakeham. I would like to think that the TVA now realise what an opportunity was missed to develop Abingworth in a way that benefited everyone in Thakeham.

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Sandweaver have a new video for their song ‘Back in the Middle’ on Youtube, and we must say, it’s rather impressive. The band, who impressed at a gig in Findon on Friday night, are hoping to build on the success of their well-received debut album Invasion. This is a great start, but doesn’t quite match up to Mending by our reckoning. The song, featured on Invasion, has attracted attention around the world as it was featured at the end of an episode of Degrassi, a hugely successful Canadian teenage drama. The song is on Youtube and, while a touch mushy, is perhaps among the best songs The Resident has heard on the local music scene in the last 12 months. We heard it in The Bear, of all places! This Saturday (4th) there’s an Open Mic Night at Gary’s Live Music Club at Coolham Village Hall. The night features Blueszoo and a host of other great performers. Doors open at 7.30pm, and admission is free. If you like things Old School, it’s fun all the way as the "Purveyors Of Cool" The Ratpack come to The Capitol in Horsham on Friday 17th September. Every song is a classic - Come Fly with Me, Volare, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Lady Is A Tramp, Mack The Knife and the rest. See www.ratpack.biz for more.

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‘Mongel Dog’ of popular band head great line-up Unit 9E and Chameleon Club present a sublime evening of great live music on Thursday, 9th September. This gig at the Chameleon Club (formerly Shelley’s) involves a new Blue Stragglers project called 'Tied to the Mast' and two promising Brighton bands. In what must be the pick of the battle of the Bands warm-up gigs, Tied to the Mast plat with Kept by casino and Perspex Wrecks. We’ve got a great local music scene in Horsham it’s not all kids pretending to be Green Day - so do get out there and have a look. Tied to the Mast play at 10.30pm. Wonderfully, this is how they describe their sound: ‘Rip a vocal chord from Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore, take the top 'E' off Josh Homme's Ovation and let Jack White and Paul Kosov have a bat-

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tle over who’s got the better vibrato. While that racket is going on, finish off by collecting broken sticks off the floor next to Bonham's Ludwig bass drum and wash this down with 3 fin-

gers of Johnny Cash's favourite Bourbon whiskey and you might just stumble out of the pub and hear the cacophony of sound that is Tied to the Mast.’ Well, if that’s not your

cup of tea, then what is!? TTTM, the mongrel dog that is the hybrid child of Blue Stragglers, encompass many of the band’s favourite Sub-Pop era bands from the 90's (Soundgarden, Mudhoney,

Nirvana) coupled with the slacker sensibility of bands such as Beck, Grandaddy and Pavement. They set sail on a full scale European tour next year and their debut album will also be available at this gig on individual screenprinted CDs. Kept by Casino, who play at 9.50pm, are one of the better alternative 3 pieces in the South - East. They are among the latest in the current swath of garagerock groups to be making their way in the local scene, but unlike many of the others though, Kept By Casino seem to have a vision all of their own. The first band up are Perspex Wrecks, at 9pm. A lazy hybrid of Weezer and the Arctic Monkeys, with a sprinkling of Black Keys blues charm. You had us at Weezer! Tickets cost £3 on the door. Doors open at 8pm. Only 18s only


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Collector King comes up trumps Review:

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Ornament Tournaments, Optimus is Primed, Hold Your Horse Is Thursday 19th August, The Hope. Brighton Great gig, great little venue, and they had real ale downstairs, what more could you want? Well it was also A-Level results night and literally hundreds of 18-year-old girls were out and about in Brighton, and quite a few of them decided to check out the bands at The Hope. I missed the first band but made it in time for Ornament Tournaments who were very much a musicians’ band, a technically proficient 3 piece with more than a few good songs. The only thing missing was the vocals. Not that the singing it was bad or anything , the voice was fine and the harmonies were in tune and the singer/guitarist could sing while playing double handed tapping licks at the same time! The music just deserved something a bit more than an okay vocal part. Then Optimus is Primed took to the stage, brimming with confidence and gave a really polished performance straight from the first note. Since they started they have

evolved from a techo-pop duo into a full five-piece band and have seen a few line-up changes along the way but they look like they’ve hit on a winning formula. The opening song reminded me a bit of Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and they have a style that ranges from moody keyboard filled melodic pop to stuff that would pack a techno dance floor. They also have a good looking frontman who also doubled on guitar as their regular player was away. They’ve impressed someone enough to sign them and their debut EP is out in September. The headline band Hold Your Horse Is re-defined what I would call an “energetic” show. Another 3-piece playing solid, tight, fast and furious pop/punk songs delivered with fret-melting intensity. They’re going on a 28 date tour and if they keep this up the drummer will either melt or spontaneously combust. Their energy was unbelievable. Then everyone went clubbing. I went home! You can check out the bands at myspace.com/optimusisprimed myspace.com/ornamenttournaments The Sultan

Innocent 70s Pleasurez Guilty Pleasurez play at the Holbrook Club in Horsham on Saturday, 11th September. Expect a night of classic pop tunes from the sensational 70s, or as the band call it ‘Music from the Jackie generation’. With both male and female lead vocals from Karl Jenner and Janey Smith, guitarist Greg Hart, bassist Gary Williams, drummer/vocalist Stevie Weaver, and the wizardry of keyboardist/Vocoder Andy Stewart, it’s an impressive lineup. With a set list boasting an impressive range to suit all ages, with the emphasis on great 'hit' songs and dance-ability. 'Guilty

Pleasurez' will be performing live for two hours. For more visit www.guiltypleasurez.co.uk

Given just a word to sum up the latest effort by Horsham’s Simon King, it would have to be ‘heartbreak’. King is a member of The Collector, whose relaxed and jovial persona always makes them an enjoyable live experience. For this solo effort, Simon K is joined by several of his Collector buddies, and doesn’t stray too far from the emotional, frail, and musically precise output of the group. A wise old head who perhaps realises that the chance of the ‘big break’ has passed, there’s little interest in creating ‘hits’ with writer and lead vocalist Simon K instead opting for an honest sound. There’s no big hitter to begin with instead we are treated to a sombre, inconsolable piano led instrumental. And this pretty much sets the tone for what follows. Will you Stay Tonight is bread and butter stuff for The Collector - a slow burning rock number in the vein of Jesus and Mary Chain, with a little bit of My Bloody Valentine’s hazy distortion. Said and Done, much like REM’s Find the River, continues with the heartbreak theme. “There’s nothing left to say to you”, sings Simon, on a gentle acoustic led number. After another instrumental comes Temptation, a cover of the New Order

Simon King, left, as part of The Collector song. It’s probably the best song on the album, but it’s a wonderful stripped back take with a lovely keyboard sound, and a perfect example of Simon and his close-knit team of musicians’ ability to know what they need to do individually to make the best collective sound - even when that is nothing at all. Over you and History are both fables of lost love, King laying bare his feelings, “I feel old, I feel really old after you” on the former, both gradually reaching a soaring crescendo. After the third and final instrumental, the haunting The Lost Cause, comes the jaunty Start Again (I challenge anyone to listen to it and not start humming Oasis’ Half a World Away!) before Rough Music finishes

with, arguably, the two best songs on the record. The soaring Hold On comes just short of ‘epic’, but it’s a terrific track and there must be a Christmas record in the delightfully jangly I Let You Down. Come on guys, change ‘I Let you Down’ to ‘Santa’s Town’ and throw a church bell and you’ll give the X Factor winner a run for their money! Honestly, a fine closer and a reminder that while this might be Simon’s heartbreak album, it’s ultimately uplifting. Best tracks: I Let You Down, Temptation, Hold On For more visit www.myspace.com/simonkingmusic


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Join us on the capitol’S opeN Day saturday 18 september 1pm - 4pm Come and join us backstage as we open up The Capitol to celebrate our 7th Anniversary! Ê Free Backstage Tours throughout the afternoon Ê Meet Postman Pat as he pops by to say hello at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm Ê Win tickets to this year’s pantomime Aladdin in our competition for the whole family Ê Plus much more. (Some activities may be subject to change)

The RaT Pack Vegas sPecTaculaR Friday 17 september 7.30pm A sensational show featuring the greatest music from the 20th century with classics such as Come Fly With Me, Under My Skin and Mr Bojangles.

BaRnsToRmeRs comedy sunday 19 september 7.30pm Barnstormers are back for a new season of comedy in The Studio with three top acts from the London circuit.

PePPa Pig’s PaRTy Wednesday 22 & Thursday 23 september 10am, 1pm & 4pm Join Peppa Pig and all her friends in this imaginative show full of brand new songs, muddy puddles and oinks!

Jimmy TaRBuck Friday 24 september 7.30pm Take a nostalgic trip down memory lane with this master of light entertainment, in a fantastically funny evening of comedy for grown ups.

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NatioNal theatre live ScreeNiNgS iN the ciNema PhedRe Thursday 23 september 7pm Consumed by an uncontrollable passion for her young stepson and believing Theseus, her absent husband, to be dead, Phèdre confesses her darkest desires and enters the world of nightmare. When Theseus returns alive and well, Phèdre, fearing exposure, accuses her stepson of rape. The result is carnage.

a disaPPeaRing numBeR Thursday 14 october 7pm A Disappearing Number weaves together the story of two love affairs, separated by a century and a continent. This piece of startling visual poetry from Simon McBurney and Complicite is a compelling meditation on love, mathematics and the pain of exile in an age when we think we can belong anywhere and have everything.

saturday 25 september 7.30pm Past principal performers from Les Miserables perform songs from Miss Saigon, The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, We Will Rock You and Blood Brothers.

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Where does the time go! Michael Gattrell General Manager, The Capitol

Discover secrets of Capitol stage Ever wanted to take a look behind the curtain at The Capitol theatre? On Saturday 18th September, at 1pm - 4pm you can join The Capitol team backstage as the theatre opens up to celebrate its 7th anniversary. In a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family, the Capitol lifts the curtain on the exciting

world of theatre and cinema. With free admission to various activities, The Capitol’s team is delighted to share some theatrical magic with you! Free backstage tours will be running throughout the afternoon for your chance to peer into our stars dressing rooms, take your first steps onto The Capitol’s stage and learn how film is projected onto the cinema screens. Postman Pat will be popping by to say hello and join in the celebrations at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm and reminisce with a display of archive photographs of Horsham’s theatre and cinema through the years. There’s also the chance to win tickets to this year’s pan-

tomime, Aladdin, in our competition for the whole family. For more details about the day, contact the box office on 01403 750220. Meanwhile, the autumn season has now started at the Capitol. Forthcoming highlights are Jimmy Tarbuck, with his This is My Life show on Friday, 24th September at 7.30pm. Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers will be on tour in the UK from September, dropping in at the Capitol on 28th September while the Barnstormers Comedy season starts on 19th September in the Studio.

and Psychic Tony Stockwell to name just a few and this coming week we welcome the locally based dance school 'Brooklands' with TAKE TEN on Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th September. Our regular Saturday morning drama classes for young people recommence on Saturday 18th September and the new season of Metropolitan Operas live from New York by satellite begins of Saturday 9th October with Wagner’s Das Rheingold. We have also just announced the first of the National Theatre 'live' performances which are on sale now. Finally don’t forget to join us on Facebook for stop press news and ticket offers.

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Above: The Capitol’s screen projection room, and right, Anna Williamson stars in Aladdin

Coming soon to the Big Screen

Welcome to my new weekly update from The Capitol! Can you believe it that it is 7 years ago since we opened our doors in the new guise as 'The Capitol'? After a 20 month refurbishment Horsham Arts Centre as it was known then became The Capitol, having had a continuous role in the refurbishment it was always good to see the building transform and to celebrate our birthday this month we are having an open day on Saturday 18th September - look out for more information in the feature. Over the next few weeks our autumn season begins with some fantastic performers gracing The Capitol’s stage, Jimmy Tarbuck, Peppa Pig, Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers

Salt As a CIA officer, Evelyn Salt (Angelina Jolie) swore an oath to duty, honor and country. Her loyalty will be tested when a defector accuses her of being a Russian spy. the hunt to uncover the truth behind her identity continues. Director: Phillip Noyce 3rd-9th Sept

Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers are coming soon

Dinner for Schmucks Tim, is an up-and-coming executive who has just received his first invitation to the "dinner for idiots," a monthly event hosted by his boss that promises bragging rights to the exec that shows up with the biggest buffoon. Director: Jay Roach 3rd-16th Sept


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Bluebelles pick up the baton

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A Chinese man who had both arms amputated after a childhood accident has become an expert pianist. Liu Wei, who removes one sock to play the piano with his toes, rocketed to stardom on 'China's Got Talent'. "Whatever other people do with their hands, I do with my feet, " said Liu.

The 23-year-old was only 10 when he lost his arms after getting electrified playing hideand-seek.

Problems laid bare Ohio strippers are protesting outside a church whose members are trying to put their club out of business. Bikini-clad protesters sit in deckchairs outside New Beginnings Ministries church, in Warsaw, during Sunday services. They launched the picket after congregation members pho-

tographed customers' number plates and asked if their wives knew where they were.

A rundown former coal mining town in Taiwan is carving out a new future as a tourist resort - because of its huge stray cat population. Cat lovers are reportedly flocking to Houtong to photograph the cats, tickle them with feather-tipped sticks and buy cat-related souvenirs. The number of stray cats in the town is said to outweigh the

human population by a ratio of two-to-one, reports Metro. Houtong had undergone an economic decline as coal became less important to Taiwan.

An artist is hoping to capture the current mood of recession-hit, rain-soaked Britain by staging a mass sulk. Barrie J Davies, 32, wants hundreds of people to stand outside Cardiff City Hall looking miserable. The 'sulkathon' took place in Cardiff last week. Mr Davies says he hopes that

the mass sulk will "explore life's depressions and anxieties and hopefully it will exorcise some of those demons".

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That’s not a ghost... Authorities say a man who was waiting with several friends for a "ghost train" from a North Carolina legend was killed when a real train came down the tracks. Iredell County Sheriff Phil Redmond says Christopher Kaiser was kille as he waited with friends at a railroad trestle. Redmond says witnesses said

about 12 people were on the trestle hoping to see a ghost train when the real train rounded a bend.

Majorettes troupe the Horsham Bluebelles are walking round Buchan Park to help raise funds for blood cancer charity Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. At the invitation of Horsham resident, Tanya Houston, who lost her dad to this blood cancer, the Horsham Bluebelles have agreed to take part in this charity sponsored walk. Tanya is also urging residents to join her and her family on 3rd October for the Buchan Park Forget Me Not Walk. Tanya’s dad, Ian Mason Hill, died following treatment for acute myeloid leukaemia

(AML) in 2008, aged 68. “His death was such a shock; I couldn’t get my head around it at first, it was just six weeks from diagnosis to Dad’s death,” says Tanya. “But time moves on and you realise we need to pull together to stop this from happening to other people.” Mainly organised by her mother, Delysia Hill from Crawley, Ian’s family and friends have raised more than £4,000 towards groundbreaking research into blood

cancers and with the Forget Me Not Walk on 3rd October. Delysia said: “People have been so generous and research has come a long way, but there’s still more to be done.

belles are going to take time out of their busy performing schedule to help us on the day – let’s hope lots of local people join us too!” There will be three start times – 10am, 12noon and

“This sponsored walk gives us the chance to raise vital funds for the charity, and of course, have a great day out in the lovely surroundings of Buchan Park. “It’s great that a local group like the Horsham Blue-

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Village owl project turns heads

There is a new equalities and diversity calendar on Horsham District Council’s website. The calendar features key events over the year relating to equality and diversity and will be updated over the course of the year. To access the new calendar please visit the Council’s website www.horsham.gov.uk/community/11167.as px

My Boy Jack

Henfield Theatre Company will be presenting My Boy Jack by David Haig, and directed by Jane Haines, at 7.45pm on the evenings of 14th, 15th and 16th October 2010 at The Henfield Hall, Henfield, West Sussex. The moving account of Rudyard Kipling’s successful endeavours to secure his son Jack’s place in the front line at the beginning of World War I. “Have you news of my boy, Jack?” Not this tide. “When d’you think that he’ll come back?” Not with this wind blowing, and this tide. Tickets will be available from Tuesday, 21st September 2010 from the box office at Henfield Furnishings, High Street, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9DB (tel: 01273 492204).

The Quarter Card

in the last four months, four Tawny owls have been found dead on the roads of Henfield. That’s a worrying statistic (especially if you thought, like us, that Tawny Owls lived in North America!) but now the village is being urged to do something about it. Villagers are being encouraged to ‘keep an ear out’ for owl calls in a bid to help three species under threat. Henfield Owl Project launches on 17th September 2010 and has been devised by local community group Henfield Birdwatch to encourage everyone in the parish to record where and when they have seen or heard owls in their area. The project will focus on three species – Tawny Owl, Little Owl and Barn Owl. Tawny Owls suffer from a lack of suitable nest sites (holes in trees) and are frequently killed by cars and

lorries, with four found recently. Barn Owls also lack natural nest sites but their numbers are severely affected by loss

special owl boxes to encourage breeding success. But the members of Henfield Birdwatch can’t do this alone. “We need people in the vil-

of hunting habitat when hedgerows and fields of long grass are cut resulting in fewer numbers of its main prey-species – the shorttailed field vole. Little Owl has been in decline across Europe for a number of years and research is underway to discover why. Lack of nest sites certainly plays a part, but changes in farming practice and the use of pesticides may also be significant. Neil Fletcher of Henfield Birdwatch said: ‘We need to produce a map of the main territories of our three resident owl species, and install

lage to come on board and help us identify key areas by using their eyes and ears to locate these wonderful birds of prey.” Henfield Birdwatch was formed in 1999 - the brainchild of Mike Russell, Head of People and Wildlife at Sussex Wildlife Trust. Members of Henfield Birdwatch produce a survey every five years of all the birds in the parish. Mike Russell said: ‘Henfield Birdwatch has been incredibly successful and goes from strength to strength. But there’s a gap in our knowledge with regard to owls, mostly because our recorders do their surveys during the daytime!” The project launch is at Henfield Village Hall on 17th September at 7.30pm and is open to everybody. There’ll be a presentation on the owls of Henfield and a talk bySWT trustee Dave Green on the rare Long-eared Owl and a ‘flying visit’ from Huxley’s Birds of Prey Centre

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Keep active with Horsham Joggers A new course aimed at helping people who want to start running is being launched next week. On September 7th, Horsham Joggers is starting a 10week “Learn to Run” course. The aim is to take absolute beginners from nothing to running 5 km (about 3 miles) – and to have some fun along the way. As the largest local running club, Horsham Joggers has catered for runners’ needs for over 25 years but expect people to be able to run for about 30 minutes before joining. This course is designed for those who don’t run at the moment – but would like to be able to. Maybe you walked the Race for Life this year and you’re wondering whether next year you could do it at a jog or maybe you feel as if you’re too old or unfit to be a runner. The instructors, Catherine and Trish, both qualified Leaders in Running Fitness, will start participants off slowly, making sure that noone is left behind.

“Anyone can join in,” says Catherine. “No matter what age or fitness level you’re at, with our help you can start running and you’ll have a great time doing it!” And it’s not just running. A 20-minute talk each Tuesday evening on everything from shoes to stretching will give you all the information you need to enjoy the exercise

and stay injury-free. “Running is just such a great base for any sport,” says Trish. “And it’s sociable! People won’t believe it at the beginning, but by the end they’ll be happily running and chatting – yes, at the same time – to whoever is with them.” The main meeting will be at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre each Tuesday at 6.30pm for a talk followed by a run (expect to be at the Centre for an hour in total). Practice runs will go from the same location on Thursdays at 7pm and Sundays at 9am. If you can’t make those times, practice runs can be done on your own or with friends you’ll meet at the group. The price for the 10 weeks is £50, which includes a year’s membership of Horsham Joggers and a free technical T-shirt to set you on your way. (And if you don’t know what a technical t-shirt is, come along and find out!)

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Learn to Run! Go from 0 to 5 k in 10 weeks All ages and fitness levels welcome Starts September 7th 2010 Tuesdays 6.30pm: talk and group run Thursdays 7pm and Sundays 9am: practice runs (or practise on your own) All runs leave from Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre Cost: £50 for 10 weeks, including free T-shirt and a year’s membership of Horsham Joggers For more information and to book, call Catherine on 07552 755490 or email cath@cathbooth.com


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Jets fly by Thunder

Sussex Thunder were beaten 54-7 on their final home game of the season Saturday night by a shorthanded Coventry Jets side looking to secure themselves a playoff spot. The result meant Sussex finished at the bottom of the 2010 BAFL Premier League having not won a game all season. But despite the result, optimism was high at the Broadbridge Heath Stadium, with players and staff looking forward to the new season. Coventry started the brightest, with wide receiver Mark Cohen scoring the first touchdown in their first possession, splitting the Sussex line to make a 70-yard run to the endzone. The conversion was good leaving Sussex 7-0 down and more was to come, after a poor pass was intercepted and Jets number 88 broke the Sussex defence with a number of strong runs. At the first down a long ball was caught by Courtney Pope to score Coventry’s second touchdown, the field goal that followed making the score 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. The second started as the first had ended with Coventry good on the attack again, number 19, Dervan Alleyn, scoring, followed by Tony Perkins after a 33 yard dash, which left Sussex

28-0 down. However, Sussex hit back to the jubilation of the crowd, as half back Paul Robinson threw a 60-yard arcing ball to Christopher Jones who raced into the endzone. Ben SoroPerez scored with the field goal bringing the difference down to a slightly more encouraging 21 points. But it wasn’t to

last, as Mark Cohen scored the Jet’s fifth touchdown of the night bringing the score to 35-7. The teams returned after the half time period to a flood lit pitch, and during the first possession, Coventry’s Pope scored his second touchdown of

the night. Sussex’s defence improved from then on, and despite conceding two further touchdowns from Lorne Sam and David Saul, they held the line well, stopping many Jets rushes and also forcing incomplete passes. The game ended 54-7 but Sussex remained in high spirits, and promising performances from Paul Robinson, Oli DeRuyter and Phil Allman showed signs of things to come in the new season. Sussex Thunder head coach Tony Stitt said at the end of the game: “It’s been a really tough season, but, it’s quite difficult when you’ve got a very young team, a very inexperienced team. “But I feel this club has a very positive future.” When asked how much it would mean for the club and the players if more people watched them next year, Stitt added: “It would mean a whole lot, because we’ve just moved into the community so we’re just looking to get the awareness out there and let the people know we’re here.” So the season ended in defeat but with Sussex now looking forward to next year, it’s felt things can only get better for this promising young team.

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Back on the Mapp After 18 years of success in Horsham, Mapp & Company have decided that the time is right for a re-fit and new branding. The new logo was revealed at an exclusive event last Friday (August 27th) after months of careful planning, market research and a good deal of hard work. The fresh look comes in a year that has also seen re-designs at sev-

eral other successful agents, including Brock Taylor and Leaders. Husband and wife owners Chris and Tina Skelton commented. “We have built a fantastic business based on integrity and professionalism which enjoys a loyal following of clients who come back time after time. Now our task is to market ourselves to new people who would not have previously thought of

using an independent estate agency like us: Hence our new slogan …Refreshingly Independent. “To Mapp & Company the word independent means not pushing home buyers into seeing financial advisors or in house conveyancers. “We believe people prefer to choose these services themselves from the many excellent mortgage providers and solicitors in and

around the town. How refreshing to walk into an estate agent and only be offered a house?”

A survey by the Halifax reveals that our perfect property from the UK's favourite TV shows is, with 40% of votes, the open plan homes of Ramsay Street where famous former neighbours included Scott and Charlene aka Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue. In second place with 35% was the village of Midsomer whose quaint cottages apparently made up for its unusually high mortality rate. And in third equal position were Coronation Street’s red-brick terraces. Friends’ Manhattan lofts and the Southfork mansion from Dallas each scored 8%. The Halifax survey also asked how much DIY respondents were prepared to undertake in order to achieve their perfect home. 62% claimed they would make structural changes to their home, while 65% would tackle a loft conversion. And when questioned about searching for a home, only half of respondents would select their other half as their ideal viewing partner.

For more information contact Mapp & Company at 6 Middle Street, Horsham, call 01403 271977 or visit the website at www.mappandco.co.uk

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Planning Applications

DC/10/1733 Erection of a single-storey timber & double glazed orangery. Replacement garage Yew Tree Cottage Horsham Road Steyning West Sussex BN44 3LJ

Planning applications submitted to Horsham District Council under the Town and Country Planning Acts and related legislation requiring statutory publicity. Applications registered between 20/08/2010 and 26/08/2010

DC/10/1752 Surgery to 1 Himalayan Cedar tree Cedar Cottage De Braose Way Bramber Steyning West Sussex BN44 3FD

DC/10/1734 Removal of agricultural occupancy condition from application WG/32/86 (condition No. 2) Peppers Farm Peppers Lane Ashurst Steyning West Sussex BN44 3AX

DC/10/1757 Ground floor, first floor bedroom and kitchen including accommodation for elderly disabled lady 1 Sullington Mead Broadbridge Heath Horsham West Sussex RH12 3NN DC/10/1713 Connecting track between Coomland House and Ravensbury farms Coombland House West Chiltington Lane Coneyhurst Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DY

DC/10/1764 Proposed two storey side extension (previously refused application DC/10/0499) Woodlands Farm Adversane Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9JG DC/10/1702 Fell 1 dead Laburnum tree (Works to Trees in a Conservation Area) 1 Red Oak Cottages Tan Yard Henfield West Sussex BN5 9PF

DC/10/1707 2 x double sided vertical banner signs, supported on metal brackets projecting approx 700mm from the property. City Business Centre 6 Brighton Road Horsham West Sussex

DC/10/1732 Surgery to 1x Oak tree 19 Little Comptons Horsham West Sussex RH13 5UW

DC/10/1705 To insert a frosted window at the rear of the property 24A Elm Grove Horsham West Sussex RH13 5HU

DC/10/1726 New vehicular entrance and boundary wall Old Comptons Cottage 128 Comptons Lane Horsham West Sussex RH13 6BP

DC/10/1741 Fell 1 Pine tree The Station Beefeater 57 North Street Horsham West Sussex RH12 1RB

Christ’s Hospital school is hoping to improve changing facilities at the sports centre DC/10/1468 Single storey garden room Water Farm Bashurst Hill Itchingfield Horsham West Sussex RH13 0PB

DC/10/1751 Replacement zero-carbon (4bed) house and replacement detached garage (comprising garage, bicycle parking, toilet and home farm office and music room) Elmhurst Farm Five Oaks Road Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0RQ

DC/10/1568 Garage to west of the property with re-instatement of stone boundary wall to North boundary (Full Planning) Bailings Fulfords Hill Itchingfield Horsham West Sussex RH13 0NX

DC/10/1569 Garage to west of the property with re-instatement of stone boundary wall to North boundary (Listed Building Consent) Bailings Fulfords Hill Itchingfield Horsham West Sussex RH13 0NX

DC/10/1738 Demolition of existing property, Birchenwood, the erection of a replacement dwelling with garaging Birchenwood Brighton Road Mannings Heath Horsham West Sussex RH13 6HY

DC/10/1743 Surgery to 3 Silver Birch trees Pippins 1 Forest Park Winterpit Lane Mannings Heath Horsham West Sussex RH13 6NB

DC/10/1247 To enclose a small area at the bottom of the plot (garden)

and bring it into garden area 21 Coleridge Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 5PB

DC/10/1760 Demolition of existing timber framed conservatory to be replaced with a brick construction conservatory 76 Wallis Way Horsham West Sussex RH13 6ST

DC/10/1758 Proposed two-storey side extension, existing detached garage to be demolished 7 Maple Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 4EZ

DC/10/1692 Erection of building to form animal care facility, with associated landscaping Brinsbury College Stane Street North Heath Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1DJ DC/10/1600

Fell 1 Christmas tree and surgery to 2 Silver Birch trees 59 Glebelands Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2BZ

DC/10/1735 Proposed single/two-storey additions to farmhouse Curtis Farm Green Lane Horsham West Sussex RH12 4PP

DC/10/1750 New agricultural access onto Church Road (land West of Green Lanes, Guildford Road, Rudgwick) Land West of Green Lanes Guildford Road Rudgwick West Sussex DC/10/1566 Replacement timber framed

double glazed windows (1 and 2 Stone Cottages, Hayes Lane) 1 Stone Cottage Hayes Lane Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0SA

DC/10/1749 Use of land for the stationing of a caravan for residential purposes for a continuous period in excess of 10 years, construction of a porch to the entrance to the same caravan which was substantially completed for a period on excess of 4 years and the installation of an underground foul water septic tank in excess of 4 years ago (Certificate of Lawful Development - Existing) Woodside Guildford Road Clemsfold Horsham West Sussex RH12 3PW DC/10/1744 Proposed single storey rear extension (following withdrawn application DC/10/12998) 44 Corfe Close Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9XL

DC/10/1772 Fell 1 Poplar tree Old Goods Yard Christs Hospital Horsham West Sussex RH13 0NE

DC/10/1567 Changing facilities extension to an existing school sports centre to provide adequate changing facilities Christs Hospital Sports Centre Christs Hospital Horsham West Sussex RH13 0YB

DC/10/1454 Proposal refers to communal areas in Denne Park House: Replace with plaster mouldings which are in sympathy with age and style of building, install emergency lighting and fire de-

tection/alert system to comply with current regulations, install electrical sockets in hallways (landlord's supply) and wiring ready for installation of entry phone system, install CCTV cameras, bring wiring up to standard in basement area and boiler room - install consumer units and replace existing wiring and sockets (Listed Building Consent) Denne Park House Denne Park Horsham West Sussex

DC/10/1768 Fell 1 Silver Birch tree 14 Palmer Close Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3HN

DC/10/1731 Demolition of existing garage, entrance hall and sun-room. Construction of new single attached garage, entrance hall and living room. Increase building ridge height by 700mm, alterations to existing elevations, installation of 1 No. velux window and construction of new detached double garage at North corner of site The Jays Mead Lane Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3PJ DC/10/1545 Retention of trellis 1.96 metres high along the front and part side boundaries The Laurels 7 Pulborough Road Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4HJ

DC/10/1756 Proposed 2-storey extension to front of property 10 Hormare Crescent Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4HX

DC/10/1715 Internal works to upgrade the internal condition of the building including: replacement of central heating system, rewiring, upgrading of bathroom, WC and kitchen, construction of steps from lower ground basement to the rear garden, replacement of roof dormers to the front and rear and the re-instatement of the iron railings that would have originally sat on the dwarf wall to the front (Planning permission) Chapel House Jarvis Lane Steyning West Sussex BN44 3GL DC/10/1761 Replace 3 casement windows in bad condition with identical replacement windows (Listed Building Consent) 1 Church Street Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3QP

DC/10/1755 First floor side extension 18 Tilletts Lane Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3RD

Further details of the applications, including plans, may be inspected at the Council Offices, Park North, North Street, Horsham, during the period of 21 days from 06/11/2009, or can be viewed at www.horsham.gov.uk

Any person who wishes to make representations to the Council should do so in writing, stating the reference number, within the stated period, to the Director of Planning, Park House, North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RL.

Any correspondence received will be available for public inspection and posted on the Council's website.

The Council has introduced a scheme to provide the public with an opportunity to speak at committee meetings when planning applications are being decided. Details of the procedure can be obtained from the Planning Office or by calling 01403 215192.


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property To advertise in the Property section please contact Matt or Davey on 01403 251000 or email matt@the-resident.co.uk

Estate agents are welcome to send in editorial and pictures for properties on the market. Please email ben@the-resident.co.uk

A mediaeval manor home

Cul-de-sac location

Horsham’s specialist letting agent Leaders Limited are pleased to offer this well presented three bedroom end of terrace house in Kipling Court, Horsham, available for rent. Situated in a popular

all the amenities of Pulborough including the mainline railway station just a mile away. Tucked away from the road, this is an ideal house for the discerning purchaser looking for substantial accommodation in an excellent location. The property “THIS IS AN IDEAL HOUSE FOR THE DISCERNING has a guide BUYER LOOKING FOR SUBSTANTIAL ACCOMMODATION” price of £795,000 Freehold. Place, comes with with The property has extenthird large reception extensive gardens and is sive and attractive level room which is currently For further information, conveniently located for landscaped gardens in a used as a study. or an appointment to view all the amenities of Pulplot of approximately half The large please contact Guy borough. an acre, with patios and kitchen/breakfast room Leonard & Company on Built in the original an ornamental 'stream'. has the added benefit of a (01798) 874033. grounds of the only Conveniently located for utility room, and there is Guy Leonard & Co at Pulborough are very pleased to present to the market a substantial and attractive five bedroom family house on London Road, Pulborough, for sale. Hurst Dene at New

neighbouring property, a mediaeval manor house, Hurst Dene commands distant views right across Pulborough to the South Downs. As well as good sized sitting and dining rooms it has the benefit of a

also a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs three of the bedrooms are dual aspect. There is a principal bedroom with ensuite facilities, a further four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Buy-to-let investors see movement

The private rented sector is more active and buy-to-let investors are seeing further movement, according to one professional. Property industry expert Malcolm Harrison said if you look at the divisions on a five to ten year view

it is obvious the number of tenants looking to rent will increase. "An investment landlord is going to look at the long-term otherwise he wouldn't be an investment landlord, he would be an amateur," he added.

Mr Harrison noted proprietors will want to know they will have people to reside in their dwellings. And he explained the market has expanded more than what had been predicted two to three years ago.

The Resident can be read online every Friday on our own website at www.the-resident.co.uk

residential cul-de-sac this property briefly comprises of; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, large and neutrally decorated lounge/dining with wood flooring. Patio doors leading to a private rear garden,

fully fitted kitchen, master bedroom with laminate flooring and extensive wardrobe space, second large double bedroom with mirrored wardrobes, further single bedroom, brand new modern bathroom. This property also benefits from GCH, double glazing, single garage and driveway parking.

Available unfurnished. Viewing highly recommended. To arrange a viewing or for more info contact 217585 or horsham@leaders.co.uk

New homes boost No wonder local estate agents sometimes have a hard time predicting the market, when there are such wildly differing opinions and statistics coming from industry ‘experts’. The latest figures concern new builds, with one expert claiming that the new homes market is on the right track. Managing director of newhomesforsale.co.uk Vernon Pethard said the firm has seen a rise of more than 50% in enquiries regarding new-build properties. He noted the figure means visitors are serious about wanting to move and are not just window shopping. "Credit restrictions and austerity measures still play a major part in the recovery, but if our major builders can manage their way through these difficult times, it is to be hoped the government can do an equally good job with the economy," he added. Mr Pethard's comments follow the

release of statistics from Persimmon, which revealed pre-tax profits hit £101.4 million in the first half of this year compared to £9.8 million in 2009. It also stated the average selling price has swelled by 8.6% and now stands at £168,936, up from £155,524 in the same six month period last year.


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The Open House Specialists 2~4 East Street Horsham West Sussex RH12 1HL

01403 272022

www.brocktaylor.co.uk

OPEN HOUSE 11.00 - 12.00

04.09.2010

horsham Price guide £410,000

Kingsfold £499,950

Cul-de-sac Location • Good Sized Bedrooms • Lounge and Dining Rooms • Study • Millais and Forest Catchment • Close to St Leonards Forest and Excellent Potential

Semi Rural Location • Four Good Sized Bedrooms • Generous Reception Rooms • Fitted Kitchen/Diner • Utility • Downstairs Cloakroom • Garage and Off Street Parking

OPEN HOUSE 12.30 - 1.30

04.09.2010

horsham Price guide £210,000

horsham £295,000

mannings heath £379,950

Broadbridge heath oieo £435,000

Semi Detached Property • Three Bedrooms • 14’ x 14’ Reception Room • Garage En Bloc • UPVc Double Glazing & GFCH

4 Bedrooms • 2 Reception Rooms • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Potential For Extension (STPP) • Double Glazing & GFCH • Large Rear Garden • Garage and Parking • Close to Littlehaven Station • No Onward Chain

Sought After Picturesque Village Location • Character Property • Three Double Bedrooms • First Floor Bathroom • Garden in Excess of 100ft • Sold with No Onward Chain

Village Location • Detached Property • Good Sized Bedrooms • Family Room & Study • Large Rear Garden • Off Street Parking & Garage

horsham £314,950

horsham £129,950

southwater £204,950

horsham £309,950

Close proximity to town and station • Three Bedrooms • Two Reception Rooms • Modern Kitchen • Cloakroom • First Floor Bathroom • Good sized rear garden • Off Street parking • Potential to Extend (stpp)

1 bedroom maisonette • Situated half a mile from Station • Allocated Parking Space • Ideal for First Time/Investment Buyers • Well Maintained Communal Gardens • No Onward Chain

Village Location • Two Bedrooms • 23ft Lounge/Diner • GFCH • Garage and Parking • No Onward Chain

Close to Town and Station • 2 Reception Rooms • Large Kitchen/ breakfast room • 4 Good Sized Bedrooms • Bathroom with Separate Shower • Good Sized Garden • Off Street Parking • No Onward Chain

horsham £259,950

warnham £249,950

Faygate £249,950

horsham £157,000

Three Good Bedrooms • Southern Aspect Rear Garden • Double Glazing • Generous Living Room • Gas CH to Radiators • Utility /Cloakroom • Driveway & Garage • Faces onto Wooded Copse • No Onward Chain

Original Features • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Reception Rooms • Village Location • Large Rear Garden • Garage & O S P • Set close to the station

Two Double Bedrooms • Two Bathrooms • Downstairs Cloakroom • Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Semi Rural Village Location • Deceptively Spacious

Popular West side of Horsham • Two Double Bedrooms • Brick Built Store Shed • Front and Rear Gardens • In Need of Updating • Sold with No Onward Chain

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www.guyleonard.co.uk

Horsham £364,950

Horsham £249,950

* Entrance hall * Lounge * Dining room * Kitchen * Study * Cloakroom * Four bedrooms * Family bathroom * Off road parking for two vehicles * Vendor suited *

* Victorian style property in the popular west side of Horsham * Presented in excellent decorative order * Lounge * Dining room * Re-fitted kitchen * Storage area * Cloakroom * Two bedrooms * Family bathroom * Rear garden * Double glazed throughout *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

Broadbridge Heath £290,000

Horsham £425,000

* Semi detached property * Fully modernised and maintained to a high standard * Entrance hall * Lounge/dining room with feature fireplace * Kitchen * Three bedrooms * Bathroom * Rear garden * Driveway parking for two vehicles *

* Entrance porch * Entrance hall * Cloakroom * Sitting room * Dining room * Kitchen/Breakfast room * Three/Four bedrooms * Family bathroom * Driveway * Garage * Front and delightful rear garden *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

Partridge Green offers in excess of £450,000

Horsham offers in excess of £325,000

* Entrance hall * Dining room * Sitting room * Kitchen * Breakfast area * Utility/study * Three bedrooms * Balcony to master bedroom * Family bathroom * Separate shower room * Double glazed throughout * Tandem garage * Brick constructed workshop * Established garden *

* Entrance porch * Cloakroom * Sitting room * Dining room * Kitchen * Master bedroom with ensuite * Two further bedrooms * Bathroom * Private rear garden * Driveway * Garage * Cul de sac location in a tucked away position * Vendor suited *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham £339,950

Horsham £235,000

* Entrance hall * Cloakroom * Kitchen/dining room * Spacious living room * Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom * Two further bedrooms * Family bathroom * Double glazed windows * Front and rear gardens * Integral garage * Driveway * Vendor suited *

* Entrance hall * Kitchen * Sitting room * Dining room * Three double bedrooms * Bathroom * Separate WC * Gas fired heating to radiators * Front and rear gardens * Garage * Driveway * Culde-sac location * No onward chain *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham £599,950

A four/five double bedroom detached family home situated in one of the most sought after locations in Horsham. * Sitting room * Study/bed 5 * Kitchen/dining room * Utility * Cloakroom * Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom * Three further double bedrooms * Family bathroom * Tandem garage * Driveway parking for 4 vehicles * Front and rear gardens * No onward chain *

Horsham 01403 248222

Mannings Heath £635,000

A substantial double fronted Edwardian family home, situated in a pleasant sought after location in one of the areas most popular villages. * Hall * Cloakroom * Sitting room * Dining room * Conservatory * Breakfast room * Oak kitchen * Utility * Master bedroom with ensuite shower * Three further bedrooms * Re-fitted bathroom * Former coach house with loft above * Front, side and rear gardens * Driveway *

Horsham 01403 248222

Pulborough 01798 874033 Storrington 01903 742354 Horsham 01403 248222 London Mayfair 0870 112 7099


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www.mallards-estateagents.co.uk email: sales@mallards-estateagents.co.uk

HoRSHam

£114,950

A 1 bed ground floor apartment with its own car port and private balcony near Horsham town centre and mainline station. Vacant Possession. No STamP DUTY. HorsHam 01403 263000

HoRSHam

£119,950

A spacious first floor 1 bedroom flat with double glazed windows. Hall, living room with balcony, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, residents parking, communal gardens. HorsHam 01403 263000

HoRSHam

£129,950

A first floor purpose built 1 bed apartment with an allocated parking space, further visitors parking and communal gardens, DG and GFCH. HorsHam 01403 263000

HoRSHam

CoWFoLD

£224,950

A 2 bed period cottage with sash windows and open fireplace. Lounge, kitchen/dining room with appliances, 2 beds, first floor bathroom, rear garden. HorsHam 01403 263000

£359,950 A beautifully presented character, town centre property with many original features and offering spacious accommodation which comprises: living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, cellar. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, bathroom, separate WC, gas central heating, front and rear gardens.

HorsHam 01403 263000

HoRSHam

£299,950

HoRSHam

An immaculately presented 3 bedroom town house with southerly aspect rear garden, situated in a cul de sac with good access to both Horsham town centre and station. HorsHam 01403 263000

£349,950

An older style semi detached family house that has been extended on both the ground and first floor to give a hall, integral garage and the possibility of 4 bedrooms. HorsHam 01403 263000

BILLINGSHURST

£449,950

A substantial detached 3-bedroom chalet-style house in a popular residential area within walking distance of shops and station. Entrance hall, cloakroom, ground floor bathroom, lounge, dining room, conservatory, fitted kitchen, utility, study/bedroom 4, en-suite shower, integral garage, west-facing rear garden.

BillingsHurst 01403 785288

BILLINGSHURST

£106,950

BILLINGSHURST

A 1-bedroom ground floor apartment for the over 55’s on a manager-assisted development. Inner hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom, shower room, communal gardens. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

£144,950

A 1-bedroom penthouse-style apartment on the outskirts of the village with entrance hall, private inner hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, parking, communal gardens. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

SToRRINGToN

£325,000 A detached family house with outlook over wooded copse from some principal rooms. Master bedroom with en-suite, 2 further bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, attached garage, parking, gardens.

storrington 01903 746000

BILLINGSHURST

£289,950

BILLINGSHURST

A 3-bed semi-detached cottage-style house. Entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, en-suite shower, bathroom, garage, garden. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

SToRRINGToN

£675,000

Substantial detached house comprising, 5 bedrooms, 2 en-suites, 3 reception rooms, kitchen/family room, family bathroom, double garage, landscaped gardens. storrington 01903 746000

£259,950

A spacious 3-bedroom end-of-terrace property. Entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms (2 ensuites), bathroom, integral garage, enclosed rear garden. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

WEST CHILTINGToN

£590,000

Detached bungalow with annexe potential. 3 bedrooms, lounge, dining room, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 2 bathrooms, garage, parking, gardens. storrington 01903 746000

BILLINGSHURST 01403 785288

SToRRINGToN

£200,000

Terraced house fronting a small green. 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, conservatory, hobby room, family bathroom, front and rear gardens. storrington 01903 746000

HoRSHam 01403 263000

SToRRINGToN 01903 746000

SToRRINGToN

£389,950

Extended detached house. 3/4 bedrooms, 2/3 reception rooms, conservatory, shower room, bathrooms, separate W.C., garage, south facing gardens. storrington 01903 746000


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FAMILY HOME

£325,000

£145,000

A first floor, two bedroom flat, approximately ½ mile to Horsham Town. Large storage cupboards, double glazing, gas central heating, double aspect lounge.

NORTH HORSHAM

£214,950

A stylish and modern, two bedroom home tucked away on the Northern outskirts of Horsham in a highly sought cul-desac. Mid-terrace, gas central heating, double glazing.

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A well presented 3 bedroom detached family home enjoying a corner plot location. Double glazing, gas central heating, 2 receptions, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, garage, popular location.

DOUBLE BEDROOMS

CHARMING COTTAGE

£275,000

Charming 1880’s cottage with beams, open fire and long rear garden. Three bedrooms, end terrace, double glazing, gas central heating, off road parking.

ONE BED FLAT

£110,000

Compact one bedroom flat, approximately half a mile from Littlehaven Station. First floor, small attractive development, parking space.

GARDEN ACCESS

£105,000

One bedroom ground floor retirement apartment with sliding patio doors leading onto gardens. Emergency pull cords, communal lounge, drying room, house manager on site, guest room. Over 55’s.

COMING SOON DETACHED BUNGALOW

£650,000

WITH GARDEN

£135,000

A one bedroom, ground floor maisonette with it’s own garden. Register now to avoid missing out.

CENTRAL LOCATION

£235,000

Two bedroom, terraced home, approximately 1/3 mile to Horsham Station. Double glazing, conservatory, garage, playing fields at the rear.

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A large four bedroom, detached bungalow on a substantial plot. Sitting room, dining room, study, oil-fired central heating, high ceilings, enormous potential, garage/workshop, ¾ acre plot.

WARNHAM VILLAGE

£425,000

A spacious three bedroom home on a small select development around a green in the heart of Warnham Village. Approximately four years old, double glazing, gas central heating, garage.

01403 271977

6 Middle Street, Horsham

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

PRIME LOCATION

£299,950

A 3/4 bedroom three storey town house close to the Station and Town Centre approximately ¼ mile. Double glazing, gas central heating, cloakroom, study, kitchen/breakfast room, covered parking bay, en-suite shower room to master bedroom.

www.mappandco.co.uk

LINK DETACHED

£269,950

3 bedroom, link house just North of Horsham Town Centre. Double glazing, gas fired central heating, cloakroom, en-suite shower room, integral garage, ½ mile to Horsham Station.

sales@mappandco.co.uk


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www.connells.co.uk www.rightmove.co.uk

ESTATE AGENCY of the

YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch £239,950

Horsham

£285,000

Horsham

£375,000

Horsham

£299,950

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A bay fronted three bedroom semi-detached property with Period features located in a popular residential area, backing onto cricket fields comprising: kitchen, 2 reception rooms, 2 double bedrooms and further single bedroom, bathroom with separate wc. Outside offers off road parking, rear garden.

Horsham

£299,950

Partridge Green

O.I.E.O. £265,000

A three bedroom detached family home situated in an ideal position within close proximity to schools, colleges and Horsham main line train station, benefiting from extensive off street parking and secluded private rear garden. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Horsham

£219,950

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A 2/3 bedroom extended end of terrace family house. The property briefly comprises: entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/dining room, downstairs bedroom/living room, two further bedrooms and family bathroom upstairs. The property benefits from garage en bloc, front and rear gardens.

A four/five bedroom Victorian property situated on the east side of Horsham offering access to the town centre with its shops and restaurants, Horsham main line station and the M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton. The property is in the catchment area for both Forest boys and Millais.

£220,000

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Horsham

A five bedroom, three reception room family house situated on the East side of Horsham offering access to Horsham main line station, The property comprises entrance porch, lounge, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, upstairs has five bedrooms and family bathroom plus separate additional w.c.

Horsham

£399,950

A stunning New Home located in the heart of Partridge Green. This three double bedroom home has been built to a high standard, with contemporary quality fixtures and fittings offering low maintenance living.

Horsham

£279,950

A three bedroom property situated on the northeast side of Horsham in a cul-de-sac location. Property comprises: entrance hall, lounge / diner, cloakroom, kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom, front and rear gardens, garage en bloc. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Horsham

£219,950

A three bedroom mid terraced property situated with access to Littlehaven mainline train station and M23 commuter route. The property comprises: lounge, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms and a further single room, family bathroom and a front garden and rear garden.

£269,950

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Well presented four bedroom semi-detached home comprising four bedrooms, two bathrooms, downstairs wc, large lounge with open feature fireplace, separate dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room, landscaped rear garden, driveway and garage.

Horsham

£350,000

Connells present a penthouse apartment situated in the sought after gated development Kings Gate offering immediate access to Horsham town centre. Property comprises in brief: entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, balcony, two bedrooms, en-suite shower room and bathroom. No ongoing chain.

Warnham

£450,000

Connells are delighted to offer to the market a three bedroom maisonette located in central Horsham. The property briefly comprises kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, bathroom incl separate shower cubicle, three double bedrooms, secluded rear garden and two allocated parking spaces.

Horsham

£565,000

Connells present an extended four bedroom family home situated in the popular village location of Broadbridge Heath. The property comprises lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs shower room, four bedrooms and family bathroom. Front and rear gardens, garage en-bloc.

Broadbridge Heath

£220,000

A 3 bedroom detached family home situated in the popular area of Searles View offering access to Littlehaven train station. Property comprises: lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility, conservatory, 2 double bedrooms and further single bedroom. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Horsham

Connells present a three bedroom terrace house situated in a popular residential location with access to Horsham and Littlehaven mainline train station. Property comprises: lounge, dining area, kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom, front and rear gardens. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

£175,000

A maisonette situated in convenient location to Forest and Millais school catchment area and M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton. The property consists of three bedrooms, modern fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and residents parking.

Connells are pleased to offer to the market this property that forms part of a purpose built mews set within communal grounds of Warnham Court set in 14 acres overlooking surrounding deer park.

Horsham

£185.000

Two bedroom ground floor apartment with underground parking situated with access to mainline train station and Horsham town centre, has a 20’ lounge, communal gardens and is offered with NO ongoing chain.

A five bedroom detached house in North Horsham. Property comprises kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, dining room, bedroom/ study, utility room and cloakroom. Upstairs offers four bedrooms, en-suite bathroom to master bedroom and family bathroom. Integral garage and parking for 4.

Warnham

£130,000

A two bedroom bungalow for those over the age of 60 situated in the village of Warnham.

Are you thinking of selling your home ? Call today for a FREE market appraisal Telephone : 01403 256331 - Email : horsham@connells.co.uk

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ESTATE AGENCY of the

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Horsham Branch Horsham

£275,000

Three bedroom semi-detached property offering conservatory, garage and driveway, kitchen/breakfast room, access to Horsham mainline train station, cul-de-sac location.

£169,950

£619,950

Connells are pleased to present to the market this newly built five/ six bedroom detached chalet bungalow on a corner plot with flexible living accommodation, alarmed double garage, landscaped grounds.An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Horsham

£229,950

Horsham

£220,000

Horsham

Horsham

£155,000

Connells present a two bedroom, two bathroom, two reception room detached house in North Horsham. The property comprises covered porch, entrance hallway, downstairs wc, kitchen, lounge, conservatory, landing, bedroom with en-suite, second bedroom and family bathroom. Attached garage and driveway.

Horsham

Martlet Court is a new development of high quality apartments in the heart of charming Rudgwick village, in rural West Sussex, which enjoys commanding views of surrounding countryside. Each apartment boasts a fully fitted kitchen and bathroom, generous reception area and dedicated parking space.

Horsham

£339,950

Connells are delighted to offer to the market a two double bedroom end of terrace house located in central Horsham. The property consists of lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, refitted bathroom, rear garden. Benefits include two off-road parking spaces and garage en-bloc.

Horsham

£425,000

£279,950

Connells are delighted to offer to the market a three bedroom mid terrace family house. The property comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, family bathroom, 2 double bedrooms and further single, garden laid to lawn, garage en bloc and resident parking. Internal viewing recommended.

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UK BEST LARGE AGENCY

£239,950

A three bedroom split level maisonette benefiting from a refitted kitchen and bathroom, recent central heating system and rewiring. Property comprises: lounge, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, private parking, communal gardens. UPVC glazing to be fitted. NO ONGOING CHAIN.

Horsham

£139,950

OPEN HOUSE 12.30-1.30PM ON 4TH SEPTEMBER 2010. A three bedroom semi detached property located in north Horsham. The property comprises: lounge, newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, two double bedrooms and a further single bedroom, newly fitted bathroom.

Horsham Connells are pleased to present a deceptively spacious four bedroom, three bathroom and two reception room townhouse situated in a cul-de-sac location with garage en-bloc. Internal viewings are highly recommended.

Warnham

£127,000

A detached property in North Horsham offering access to Littlehaven station. Property comprises: entrance hall, downstairs wc, lounge, separate dining room, kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, en-suite to master bedroom, family bathroom, double garage and parking for 2 cars.

Horsham

£300,000

£380,000

Connells offer to the market a re-decorated ground floor one bedroom flat situated within easy reach to Horsham train station. Property comprises: lounge with French doors onto patio and communal gardens, double bedroom, fitted kitchen, newly refurbished bathroom, allocated parking.

Broadbridge Heath

£139,950

Connells present a four bedroom semi detached family home offering versatile living accommodation. The property benefits from: family room, sitting room, lounge/dining room, kitchen, utility room and four bedrooms. Outside offers off road parking and rear garden with play area.

Horsham

£625,000

2 Connells are pleased to present to the market a one bedroom second floor retirement apartment situated in the north-east of Horsham.

Plot 5: A four bedroom detached house situated within this exclusive collection of just six stunning homes. The property comprises entrance hallway, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with double doors to garden, lounge with double doors to garden, utility room, study and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from front & rear gardens, car port and parking space.

A first floor maisonette situated in Broadbridge Heath which offers access to Horsham town centre and mainline train station.The property comprises entrance hall, stairs lead up to; 22 ft lounge/diner, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Outside has driveway parking to the front and private rear garden.

Horsham

Rudgwick

£380,000

£625,000

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A two/three bedroom bungalow situated in a sought after area located with access to Littlehaven mainline train station. Property comprises: entrance hall, lounge, separate dining room or third bedroom, kitchen, two bedrooms, family bathroom and separate wc.

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Connells are pleased to offer to the market a two bedroom retirement bungalow situated in Warnham village. The property comprises: two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, patio onto communal gardens, and garage.

Plot 6: A four bedroom detached house situated within this exclusive collection of just six stunning homes. The property comprises entrance hallway, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with double doors to garden, lounge with double doors to garden, utility room, study and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from front & rear gardens, car port and parking space.

A semi detached house situated in the village of Rudgwick. The property benefits from downstairs cloakroom, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, study, four bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom, rear garden and parking for two cars. REDUCED FROM £425,000

Are you thinking of selling your home ? Call today for a FREE market appraisal Telephone : 01403 256331 - Email : horsham@connells.co.uk

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www.kingandchasemore.co.uk Henfield

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£369,950

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16th Century Cottage

A delightful attached Grade II Listed cottage believed to date from the 16th Century. The cottage has undergone overall renovation and improvement by the current owner, and has a wealth of exposed beams throughout and a magnificent inglenook fireplace in the living room. The cottage retains immense charm and character, as well as many original features including replacement solid oak doors with latch handles and the brick flooring to the lounge and kitchen. The cottage also benefits from off-road parking to the front of the property and a very pretty rear cottage garden completes the historic atmosphere.

Contact Steyning

A modern detached three bedroom bungalow with scope for improvement and extension subject to any necessary consents. The property is located about a mile South East of the centre of Steyning with its picturesque High Street, shopping facilities, pub and restaurants. The property comprises: an entrance hall leading to an inner hallway with doors to the three bedrooms and also to the L-shape lounge/dining room overlooking the garden. The kitchen can be accessed via the hallway or from the dinning room, overlooking over the front garden. Outside there is a triangular shaped garden twin garaging, driveway and rail fencing.

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£249,950

Upper Beeding

£249,950

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Upper Beeding

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Three Bedroom Bungalow

Far Reaching Views

A modern three bedroom semi-detached house, with far reaching views to the rear. Situated in a cul-de-sac in this small village between Henfield and Upper Beeding. The house comprises entrance porch leading to entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge with an open fire place, separate kitchen/dining room with patio doors to the garden. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there is a long driveway to the side of the property.

Contact Steyning

A very well presented and nicely decorated three bedroom semi-detached family home situated within this sought after area of Upper Beeding. The property has been updated by the current owners and features a re-fitted bathroom and a re-fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, ideal for entertaining! The front and rear gardens have been lovingly maintained and are an attractive feature of this home.

Newly Fitted Kitchen

With a good sized rear garden and scope for off road parking to the front, this three bedroom semi detached property offers newly fitted and extended kitchen/breakfast room. Bedrooms: 3 Receptions: 1 Bathrooms: 1

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£219,950

Steyning

£109,950

Steyning

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£83,000

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Well Maintained Gardens

Three Bedroom Semi-Detached

A bright well presented modern 3 bedroom semi-detached house in a popular area on the eastern side of the village handy for local shops and walking distance from the High Street. RE-AVAILABLE. Bedrooms: 3 Receptions: 1 Bathrooms: 1

Contact Steyning

Steyning office:

T 01903 815806

High Street Location

A ground floor one bedroom purpose built flat situated within 3/4 of a mile from Steyning High Street and is offered for sale with no ongoing chain.

Contact Steyning

01903 815806

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Lovely outlook over gardens

A bright one bedroom first floor purpose built retirement flat with a lovely outlook over mature communal gardens.

Contact Steyning

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www.kingandchasemore.co.uk West Chiltington

Washington

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£399,950

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£695,000

Detached Family Home With Views A recently refurbished three/four bedroom detached family house with generous proportions, situated in a semi-rural setting with views. No Chain.

Spacious Four Bedroom Property Deceptively spacious, four bedroom detached property located within the desirable village of Washington. Set within a cul de sac, the property enjoys views towards the South Downs and benefits from delightful landscaped gardens to three sides. There is an ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom and the property is very well presented throughout.

Contact Storrington

Ashington

£275,000

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Storrington

£275,000

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Storrington

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Three Bedroom Detached Bungalow

Cul De Sac Location

This three bedroom detached bungalow is set within a desirable road approximately half a mile from Storrington High Street. In need of some updating the property benefits from double glazing, gas fired central heating system, double garage and mature gardens to the front and rear.

A two to three bedroom detached bungalow in a cul de sac location in the village of Ashington, in need of some updating, the property benefits from gardens to three sides and integral garage. There is a conservatory to the rear and is offered for sale with no chain.

Grade 2 Listed Cottage

Pretty two double bedroom Grade 2 listed cottage, set in a quaint lane just off The Square in the village. The property features a wealth of original features, including exposed beams. The kitchen and shower room have been refitted and there is a gas fired central heating system, as well as double glazing throughout. Permit parking is available nearby and the library car park and the cottage benefits from courtyard gardens to the front and rear.

Contact Storrington

T 01903 745761

Storrington

£265,000

Storrington

£169,950

Pulborough

£169,950

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Extended Four Bedroom Family Home

Village location

Stunning Views

King and Chasemore are delighted to offer for sale this extended four bedroom semidetached family home, situated on the outskirts of Storrington village. The accommodation comprises of a large lounge/dining room area, re-fitted kitchen, four bedrooms, re-fitted family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom/W.C. Other benefits include integral garage, rear garden approximately 80ft in length, double glazing and gas fired central heating.

Contact Storrington

Storrington office:

T 01903 745761

A semi detached house in a popular location in the heart of Storrington village. Two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen/dining room and first floor bathroom. Benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, front and rear gardens, garage in a block. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Contact Storrington

01903 745761

T 01903 745761

A well presented and modernised two bedroom first floor apartment set within an attractive Victorian building with stunning views. The property is situated in the centre of Pulborough with the railway station within walking distance. The apartment is spacious and has a modern galley style kitchen including appliances. The bathroom has been recently updated and the large lounge has a brick feature fire place and a wide bay window.

Contact Storrington

T 01903 745761


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t : 01403 275543 w : www.inhousehomes.co.uk e : lettings@inhousehomes.co.uk e : sales@inhousehomes.co.uk Broadbridge Heath £93,000 (Leasehold)

Broadbridge Heath £129,995 (Leasehold)

Horsham £139,950 (Leasehold)

North Horsham £219,950 (Freehold)

A well presented ground floor studio apartment situated within the popular Village of Broadbridge Heath. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, bathroom, 13’2 living room open plan to 6’10 bedroom area and an 8’4 refitted kitchen. The property also benefits from double glazing and allocated parking. An internal viewing is highly recommended. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

A well presented one bedroom first floor maisonette situated in the popular Village of Broadbridge Heath. The accommodation briefly comprises; private front door with stairs leading to first floor, spacious lounge/diner, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The property also benefits from double glazing and allocated parking for one car. An internal viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

A well presented one bedroom ground floor maisonette situated in North East Horsham. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 15’8 living room, refitted kitchen, 15’2 bedroom and bathroom. The property also benefits from a private garden, double glazing, gas radiator heating and allocated parking for one car. An early internal viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

A well presented two bedroom terraced house situated in a cul-de-sac in the popular Holbrook area of North Horsham. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 13’10 living room, 13’ kitchen and 11’5 conservatory. To the first floor are two bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and garage with off road parking space. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Southwater £231,950 (Freehold)

Horsham £249,950 (Freehold)

Horsham £249,950 (Freehold)

Southwater £252,500 (Freehold)

A well presented three bedroom end terrace house situated in a cul-de-sac in the popular Village of Southwater. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch, 13’11 living room, open plan to dining area and refitted kitchen. To the first floor are three bedrooms and refitted bathroom. The property also benefits from double glazing, gas radiator heating and 2 x allocated parking spaces.

A well presented two double bedroom Victorian semi detached house located within close proximity of Horsham station and town centre. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, living room, separate dining room, refitted kitchen and refitted bathroom, and to the first floor are two double bedrooms and en-suite shower room. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating and double glazing.

A recently refurbished and immaculately presented Victorian three bedroom semi detached house located within close proximity of Horsham park, station and town centre. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 12’1 living room, 11’7 dining room, refitted kitchen and refitted bathroom, and to the first floor are 3 bedrooms. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating and double glazing.

A three bedroom semi detached house situated within a cul-de-sac in the popular village of Southwater. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, double aspect lounge/dining room, refitted kitchen and conservatory. To the first floor are three double bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and garage.

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Southwater £750pcm

• Shower room • Available Now • Part Furnished

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Steady rise in new homes being built A rise in the number of homes being built has been welcomed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics), but it noted the level of new starts has declined. Data from the Department for Communities and Local Government showed 28,590 new homes were started in the second quarter of the year, which Rics chief economist Simon Rubinsohn noted was the highest tally since 2008 and up by a third on the opening quarter of the year. However, he noted, there have been signs of these declining, adding: "While on the face of it this appears encouraging, there are good reasons for questioning whether this more positive trend will be sustained for the rest of this year and into 2011." Mr Rubinsohn pointed to data from the latest Rics Construction Market Survey, showing new enquiries to start housing projects fell in

New homes will be built to the west of Horsham

the second quarter. A drop in house building was predicted as an element of the "short-term pain" that was inevitable as a result of the Budget in June, director general of the Council of Mortgage Lenders Michael Coogan said after the speech. Here in the Horsham district, two major housing

schemes have recently been given the green light. The Kilnwood estate is all set to be built on land adjacent to Bewbush, closing the gap between Horsham and Crawley, but providing a huge amount of affordable housing. And a development of up to 1,044 homes along with a fire station, community cen-

tre and an expansion of Tanbridge House School will be built to the west of Horsham. The work will pretty much link Broadbridge Heath in with Horsham, starting behind the Hills Farm Lane area and crossing the A24 to meet BBH. Amongst the homes will be a BMX track for kids, new sports pitches, employment area and the Riverside Walk area of Hills Farm Lane will be enhanced. Horsham councillors met in April to grant Berkeley Strategic Land Limited outline planning permission for the development of housing, including associated infrastructure on land to the east of the A24. Now a legal agreement, which will secure highway, employment, education and community benefits associated with the development, has been completed and outline planning permission granted.

property Kathy Taylor Senior Branch Manager at Leaders outlines the importance of experience when renting or letting When you use the services of a letting agent, you entrust them to do more than simply find you a home to rent or a tenant for your property. You rely on them to ensure the tenants’ safety in the property, the legal compliance of landlords; the care and maintenance of the property; the protection of the landlords’ and tenants’ rights; the smooth-running of the tenancy; and to provide accurate, trustworthy advice on all aspects of renting or letting. With all this in mind, wouldn’t you be more confident knowing that your letting agent was dedicated to just lettings, professional, knowledgeable and competent to do their job, and backed up by many years of experience? A good letting agent needs an in-depth local knowledge; a thorough understanding of the legislation surrounding letting; a firm grip on what is happening in

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the property market generally; and the ability to look after the needs of a range of clients efficiently and professionally. Whilst these skills can be taught, it is only through experience - from doing a job, learning from mistakes and building on successes - that skills and knowledge such as this become expertise. At Leaders in Horsham, experience and expertise is a major feature of the service: The team has a combined experience of almost 60 years in residential lettings, and several key members of the team have attained the professional qualification of the Association of Residential Letting Agents to either Foundation or Advanced level. For more information contact Leaders on 01403 217585, email horsham@leaders.co.uk or visit www.leaders.co.uk

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ESTATE AGENCY of the

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Haywards Heath

LET

An extended family house situated in the village of Cuckfield benefitting 3 reception rooms, four bedrooms with master offering ensuite bathroom and dressing room, study, utility room, off road parking and rear garden backing onto farmland with panoramic country views.

Crawley

Horsham

LET

A superbly presented brand new eco-friendly ground floor, one bedroom apartment situated within easy reach of the town centre and railway station. Features include: underfloor heating, off road parking, open plan living space, fully fitted kitchen and contemporary bathroom.

Horsham

LET

Haywards Heath

A newly redecorated ground floor studio apartment situated in popular residential location with good access to town centre and main roads. Property benefits from electric heating, newly installed shower room, fully fitted kitchen, parking space and spacious living room.

LET

LET

One bedroom apartment located in highly sought after new development within walking distance of town centre and railway station. Benefits include a contemporary fully fitted kitchen including electric oven, hob, fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.

Horsham

LET

ATTENTION LANDLORDS PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED A well presented top floor two bedroom apartment located in sought after central location within walking distance of town centre and railway station. Benefits from re-decoration throughout, fitted modern kitchen, spacious reception area, central location and private parking.

Horsham

LET

An excellently presented 2 double bedroom apartment situated in sought after location within proximity of train station and town centre. Benefits from complete refurbishment throughout including new kitchen and bathroom, spacious accommodation and bright outlook.

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Horley

A superb two double bedroom apartment offered in excellent decorative order throughout. Features include complete refurbishment, luxury bathroom with separate shower cubicle, modern kitchen with integrated appliances, GCH, communal garden and private garage.

Horsham

LET

A well presented and spacious two bedroom end of terrace house in a quiet residential area. Benefits include redecoration throughout, modern fitted bathroom, enclosed rear garden, spacious living accommodation, two double bedrooms, gas central heating and garage.

LET

This spacious two double bedroom apartment boasts contemporary bathroom suite with additional shower cubicle, fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, double bedrooms, spacious living room with views over pretty communal gardens and a private allocated parking space.

Haywards Heath

LET

A well presented two bedroom mid terrace house situated in a residential location within walking distance of Hayward Heath train station and town centre. Offered in a good decorative order throughout.

Haywards Heath

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Wisborough Green £4,200 pcm A Grade II listed five bedroom period farmhouse set in magnificent landscaped grounds and paddock fronting the River Kird on the outskirts of the village of Wisborough Green.

Ifold £2,500 pcm

Cowfold £2,200 pcm A fantastic four bedroom, two reception rooms detached dairy conversion with parking, car port and garden. Situated in a quiet rural location of Cowfold village.

Haywards Heath £1,900 pcm

A modern four bedroom, two bathrooms detached family home set in the sought after village of Ifold with three reception rooms and double garage.

A stunning contemporary town house finished to an fantastic finish standard throughout located in the heart of Haywards Heath with views over Victoria Park.

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Handcross £1,350 pcm

A three bedroom split level converted Apartment which forms part of a former Country House set within beautiful communal and private grounds situated in a quiet rural location. Available Immediately.


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motors

Giulia is tops

Playtime as Citroen unveils alluring DS4 The new DS4 eh - does it have MarioKart with it? Oh, apparently, it’s not a new games system that grown men who’ve never had a girlfriend queue a day to pay over the odds for. It’s the new Citroen. The French car maker has released first details for the new DS4, labelling it “a unique and attractive blend of creativity, dynamism, exclusivity and versatility”. Versatile? Does it turn into a

“WITH ITS RAISED STANCE AND TAUT LINES, DS4 IS AN EYE-CATCHING ADDITION”

toaster, or go and do the shopping all by itself? Apparently not, but the DS4 brings an alluring mixture of premium design codes and a bold approach to automotive styling, with an emphasis on driving pleasure and advanced vehicle architecture. DS4 is a model with a multitude of talents, effortlessly responding to a broad range of

owner needs, while enhancing the appeal and vitality of the motoring experience. DS4 combines sophistication and refinement with a dynamic coupé-like body, creating exceptional versatility and day-to-day practicality within a compact design - 4.27m (l), 1.81m (w) & 1.53m (h). DS4 delivers a new “at-thewheel” experience with unri-

valled driving sensations and outstanding agile on-road handling. With its slightly raised stance and taut lines, DS4 is a unique and eyecatching addition to the segment. Finely crafted to convey a prestigious presence both inside and out, DS4 offers meticulous detailing from carefully applied chrome touches to premium cabin materials - such as the finest quality leather seats.

A large panoramic windscreen, offering enhanced occupant visibility, illuminates the driver-focused cockpit, creating a bright and welcoming environment. Combining coupé style with 2+2 door practicality, DS4 offers three full-sized rear seats, accessed by rear doors with hidden handles that are seamlessly integrated into the body’s flowing lines. DS4 also benefits from a capacious 370-litre boot and a host of clever storage solutions. DS4 comes with a choice of five refined and efficient engines - two HDi diesels and three petrol powerplants. All engines deliver a combination of powerful performance – including a new to Citroën 200hp petrol unit - and ecologically sensitive motoring. Citroën’s new e-HDi drivetrains for example deliver improved fuel economy and lower CO2 emissions. The DS4 will be revealed at the 2010 Paris Motor Show and is expected to go on sale later in 2011.

Although Alfa Romeo has to date created more than 70 models in its rich 100 year history, it all came down to a battle between just two iconic Alfas in a poll of fans’ favourites, initiated to celebrate the Italian marque’s centenary year. And it was the Alfa Giulia GTAm that came top of the poll, beating the 8C Competizione supercar to the chequered flag with less than one percent more of the vote. The Alfa Giulia GTAm gained 20.4% of the overall tally. The votes for this poll were collected from admirers and owners – known as Alfisti who submitted photos of their Alfas to the alfacentenary.co.uk website to create a unique piece of mosaic artwork. A worthy runner-up with 19.8%, the 8C Competizione - worth more than £123,000 - debuted as a concept car at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 2003 and went on to be produced in 2008 as a limited edition model of just 500 examples and selling out almost immediately.

Jazz Miles better A hybrid version of Honda's much-loved Jazz will make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show in September, bringing lower emissions and improved fuel economy to the practical supermini. The introduction of Honda’s petrolelectric IMA system to the Jazz, makes the car the world’s first B-segment hybrid. Featuring the practicality and flexibility of the current Jazz, but with reduced CO2 emissions and improvements to fuel economy, the hybrid version will go on sale in the UK in early 2011.

Orlando blooms

Chevrolet's first entrant into the European MPV segment, the Orlando, will be one of the star attractions at the Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris on 30th September, when the full production model makes its world debut. Full production of the Chevrolet Orlando starts in October before going on sale in early 2011.


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01/51 Reg - 71,000 Miles 1.6i vtr 3dr

n Yaris

n arosa

n Jimny

(was £2,499)

Citroen

now £2,299

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now £4,399

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£7,999

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08/57 Reg - 43,000 Miles 2.0tDi vrs 170 5dr

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We’re celebrating 45 years of the Ford Transit! iod r e p d e t i For a lim ials c r e m m o C Brand New

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A warranty can now last a lifetime

The Vauxhall Lifetime 100,000 Mile Warranty • 100,000 mile limit • Available on all new cars for the first owner* • For full details please go to www.vauxhall.co.uk/warranty

Driving Pric£s Down

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Stevens Service Plan 3 Years Servicing and MOT test from

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• DRIVING PRIC£S DOWN • DRIVING PRIC£S DOWN •

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Saturday TV Choice

BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live. 11.30 What to Eat Now. (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 Bargain Hunt Famous Finds. (R) 1.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. (R) 2.15 Film: Father of the Bride. (1991) Comedy remake, starring Steve Martin. 3.55 Film: Snow Dogs. (2002) Comedy, starring Cuba Gooding Jr. 5.25 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 5.50 Outtake TV.

MY FUNNIEST YEAR: 2000 Channel 4, 10pm At long last, there’s something new and exciting on Saturday nights from Channel 4. Channel 4’s decision to show mostly repeats or Big Brother-themed shows has been frustrating to say the least, but now there’s this offering to look forward to. Filmed before a live audience at the Hackney Empire, each edition features a different stand-up recalling the delights and horrors of a particular year. The best and funniest clips from that time are also included. The run begins with Rufus Hound asking viewers to cast their minds back to a year most of us will probably remember — 2000.

6.20 FILM: Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. (2005) The inventor and his canine sidekick go on the hunt for a destructive giant rabbit. Animated adventure, featuring the voices of Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter. 7.40 The National Lottery’s Big Night. Award ceremony celebrating 21 lottery-funded projects. 8.45 Casualty. New series. Feature-length episode. Nurse Mads struggles on the first day of her new job when shootings at Holby College throw a fully stretched ED into turmoil. 10.15 BBC News; Weather. 10.35 Live at the Apollo. With Russell Howard and Jo Brand. Last in the series; (R) National Lottery Update. 11.20 The Football League Show. Highlights of today’s fixtures in League One and League Two. 12.20 Film: Color of Night. (1994); Weatherview. 2.20 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 12.00 BBC Switch: Degrassi: The Next Generation. 12.25 BBC Switch: No Hats, No Trainers. 12.50 BBC Switch: Shelfstackers. 1.15 BBC Switch: The 5:19 Show. 1.30 BBC Switch: Single, Together, Whatever. (R) 2.00 BBC Switch: Revealed. 2.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 2.45 Coast. (R) 2.55 Film: Two Men Went to War. (2002) Fact-based Second World War comedy thriller, starring Kenneth Cranham. 4.40 Dad’s Army. (R) 5.10 Film: The Heroes of Telemark. (1965) Second World War thriller, starring Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris.

ITV1 6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries. (R) 10.25 Children’s Hospital. (R) 10.55 Monk. (R) 11.55 News; Weather. 11.59 Regional Programme. 12.00 This Morning: Saturday. 1.00 The Planet’s Funniest Animals. (R) 1.25 Film: Moonraker. (1979) James Bond spy adventure, starring Roger Moore. 3.45 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.45 Regional Programmes.

7.15 Rigoletto Live from Mantua — Act One. Part one of three. Placido Domingo takes on the role of Rigoletto in Verdi’s opera, which is performed in locations around the city of Mantua. 8.30 Coast. The team travels from Berwick-uponTweed to Aberdeen, exploring a marine reserve near St Abbs and discovering how rust is threatening the Forth Road Bridge. (R) 9.00 BBC Proms 2010. Simon Rattle conducts the Berlin Philharmonic in a concert of Austrian and German music from the turn of the 20th century, including pieces by Schoenberg and Wagner. 11.10 Vexed. Jack receives a worrying diagnosis. Last in the series. (R)

6.00 ITV News; Weather. 6.15 You’ve Been Framed! Featuring a cat with an unusual way of descending stairs. (R) 6.45 Odd One In. Actress Lynda Bellingham and chef Gino D’Acampo take on regulars Jason Manford and Peter Andre in a bid to identify people with unique skills or secrets. Last in the series. 7.30 The X Factor. Simon Cowell, Cheryl Cole and Louis Walsh give their verdicts on another line-up of singers as the auditions continue. Presented by Dermot O'Leary. The Xtra Factor follows on ITV2. 8.45 FILM: The Bourne Ultimatum. (2007) Premiere. Spy thriller sequel, starring Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, and David Strathairn. 10.45 ITV News; Weather. 11.00 FILM: Blood Work. (2002) Crime thriller, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood.

12.10 Grandma’s House. (R) 12.40 Russell Howard’s Good News. 1.10 Film: Tapeheads. (1988) Comedy, with Tim Robbins and John Cusack.

1.00 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 3.00 October Road. (R) 3.50 Raines. (R) 4.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 World Sport. 7.00 The Grid. 7.25 British Formula 3 International Series. 7.55 The Morning Line. 8.50 T4: The Hollyoaks Music Show Playlist. 9.15 T4: Friends. (R) 9.45 T4: Ugly Betty. (R) 10.45 T4: Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 11.40 T4: Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 12.25 T4: Friends. (R) 12.55 T4: Scrubs. (R) 1.25 That Paralympic Show. 1.55 Channel 4 Racing. 3.55 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 4.25 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 4.55 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 5.30 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 6.00 Come Dine with Me Down Under. Sheeneagh Dowling brings the competition to a close. 6.30 Channel 4 News. 6.55 4thought.tv. Atheist Fay Mercer brands faith schools unfair. 7.00 102 Minutes That Changed America. Amateur footage and audiotape recorded by people around New York, giving an insight into their experiences of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Centre in 2001. 9.00 Ultimate Big Brother. Highlights from the past 24 hours in the house. 10.00 My Funniest Year: 2000. New series. Rufus Hound presents a look back at the events of 2000. 12.05 Music on 4: V 2010: The Best of the Festival. 1.10 Ultimate Big Brother: Live. 2.45 Dispatches: Britain’s Secret Slaves. (R) 3.40 What About Brian. 4.25 Beauty and the Geek. (R) 5.10 Countdown. (R) 5.55 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R)

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6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Red Bull Air Race. (R) 11.00 The Gadget Show. (R) 12.00 Europe’s Super Port: Megastructures. (R) 1.00 Nature Shock: Killer Squid. (R) 2.00 Film: Ten Wanted Men. (1955) 3.35 Film: The Law and Jake Wade. (1958) 5.10 Film: Gremlins 2: The New Batch. (1990) Comedy sequel, starring Zach Galligan.

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7.20 Five News. 7.25 NCIS. A Marine helicopter is discovered abandoned in a crop circle, and witnesses report seeing strange lights in the night sky, adding to the intrigue surrounding the case. 8.15 NCIS. An investigation into the rape and murder of a woman revives harrowing memories for Ducky, who once worked on a similar case where the killer was never captured but vowed to return. (R) 9.10 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. An actor becomes the victim of an axe murderer and suspicion falls on the studio bosses who could make huge profits from publicity surrounding the tragedy. 10.10 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A severed head is discovered at a bowling alley. (R) 11.10 CSI: Miami. A wealthy couple are murdered.

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12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

3.20 Jedward: Let Loose 4.20 The Xtra Factor 5.30 Film: Casper (1995) 7.35 Homes from Hell 8.45 The Xtra Factor 9.45 The Saturdays: 24/7 10.45 Film: Wedding Daze (2006)

ITV3 3.00 Kavanagh QC 4.40 Pie in the Sky 5.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Taggart 11.00 Cracker 3.50 Minder 4.50 Film: Flash Gordon (1980) 7.00 The Sweeney 8.00 Minder 9.00 Real Crime: Killer on the Run 10.00 Film: Death Wish V: The Face of Death (1994)

BBC THREE 7.00 Doctor Who 7.45 Top Gear 8.45 Great TV Mistakes 10.45 Family Guy 11.55 American Dad!

BBC FOUR 7.00 Nature’s Great Events 8.00 Lonesome George and the Battle for Galapagos 9.00 Wallander 10.30 Roger & Val Have Just Got In 11.00 Hancock & Joan

E4 2.20 Hollyoaks 5.00 Friends 6.00 Ugly Betty 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 7.55 Friends 9.00 Film: Joy Ride (2001) 11.00 Film: Take the Lead (2006)

FILM4 3.05 Moonfleet (1955) Period adventure, starring Stewart Granger. 4.50 The Time Machine (1960) Sci-fi adventure, starring Rod Taylor. 6.50 Entrapment (1999) Crime thriller, starring Sean Connery and Catherine ZetaJones. 9.00 Shallow Grave (1994) Three flatmates dispose of a dead body so they can keep his money, only to turn on one another. Thriller, with Ewan McGregor and Christopher Eccleston. 10.50 The Sin Eater (2002) A member of an obscure religious sect is drawn into a mystery following the death of the head of his order. Supernatural horror, starring Heath Ledger.

Sunday TV Choice

BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning Live. 11.00 Country Tracks. 12.00 BBC News. 12.05 Cash in the Attic. (R) 12.35 Live MotoGP. 2.00 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 EastEnders. 4.55 Lifeline. (R) 5.05 Songs of Praise. 5.40 Regional Programme. 5.40 Granada/YTV The Super League Show.

U BE DEAD ITV1, 9pm The drama is based on a true story from 2007, when Maria Marchese was sentenced to nine years in prison for viciously stalking a London doctor, his family and even the lawyer who prosecuted her. The Metropolitan Police called it “one of the worst cases of stalking we have ever had to investigate”. Those who were affected by what happened have contributed to make sure the programme is as accurate as possible. Morrissey plays Dr Jan Falkowski, a psychiatrist whose life is thrown into disarray by a series of threatening texts and phone calls. When the final message comes through — stating U Be Dead — the police close in. Tara FitzGerald stars.

6.40 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 7.00 Countryfile. Ellie Harrison learns why the source of the Thames is not always in the same place. John Craven discovers how the UK’s imported food is checked, and Adam Henson returns to his farm. Including Weather for the Week Ahead. 8.00 Antiques Roadshow. Fiona Bruce presents from Blists Hill Victorian Town near Ironbridge in Shropshire, where items include a set of early puppets and a collection of 1960s clothes and accessories. (R) 9.00 Secret Britain. Exploring the wild landscape of Britain’s borderlands. Last in the series. 10.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.25 The Armstrong & Miller Show. (R) 10.55 FILM: The Invisible. (2007) Premiere. Supernatural thriller, starring Nick Powell. 12.30 The Sky at Night. Discussing recent events on Jupiter; Weatherview. 12.55 Sign Zone: A Band for Britain. (R) 1.55 Holby City. (R) 2.55 Stealing Shakespeare. 3.45 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Something for the Weekend. 11.30 Film: Miss Sadie Thompson. (1953) Musical, starring Rita Hayworth. 12.55 Rigoletto Live from Mantua — Act Two. 1.35 Flog It! Paul Martin meets people in Norwich eager to make money selling their valuables at auction, with the help of experts Philip Serrell and Mark Stacey. (R) 2.05 Burghley Horse Trials. 4.05 Sailing. The World Laser Championship. 4.35 Athletics. 5.05 Film: Emma. (1996) Jane Austen romantic drama, starring Gwyneth Paltrow. 7.00 Dragons’ Den. Featuring a website for valuing collectibles, a device that eliminates bathroom odours and a power tool that combines drilling and sawing functions. (R) 8.00 Mountain Gorilla. Some of the most vulnerable members of the species struggle to survive, including two orphans whose mothers were killed. Narrated by Patrick Stewart. Last in the series. 9.00 Grumpy Old Schooldays. Famous faces recall the misery of their school days. 10.00 Have I Got Old News for You. Satirical quiz. (R) 10.30 Rigoletto from Mantua — Act Three. Part three of three. The final act of the opera, starring Placido Domingo. Last in the series. 11.10 Mad Men. (R) 12.00 Mad Men. (R) 12.45 Film: Photographing Fairies. (1997) Drama, starring Toby Stephens. 2.30 BBC News. 3.45 The Super League Show. 4.45 Close.

ITV1 6.00 GMTV. 9.25 Coronation Street. 11.20 News; Weather. 11.29 Regional Programme. 11.30 This Morning: Sunday. 12.30 Dinner Date. (R) 1.30 Film: Columbo: Publish or Perish. (1974) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 3.00 The X Factor. (R) 4.15 Film: For Your Eyes Only. (1981) James Bond spy thriller, starring Roger Moore. 6.35 Regional Programmes. 6.45 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Coronation Street. Hour-long episode. Becky’s plan for Kylie to celebrate Max’s birthday at his foster parents’ backfires when the boy’s mother snatches him. Ken wonders if Lawrence is his son. 8.00 Heartbeat. Mason thwarts a gang of saferobbers, but when a bag of explosives ends up in the wrong hands, it could spell disaster at Dawn’s birthday party. Bad Girls’ James Gaddas guest stars. 9.00 U Be Dead. Drama based on the true story of Maria Marchese, who was jailed for nine years for stalking a doctor and his fiancee. Starring David Morrissey and Tara Fitzgerald. 11.00 ITV News; Weather. 11.15 Comedy Classics: The New Statesman. A celebration of the comedy with Rik Mayall. Last in the series. (R) 12.15 Premiership Rugby Union. 1.00 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 British Superbike Championship Highlights. 3.25 Motorsport UK. 4.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 The Hoobs. (R) 7.10 Basketball. 8.05 Ironman Triathlon. 9.00 T4: Pocket TV. (R) 9.15 T4: Hollyoaks. 11.45 T4: Big Brother’s Little Brother. 12.50 T4: Friends. (R) 1.20 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 1.50 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 2.20 T4: Ugly Betty. 3.20 Three in a Bed. 3.55 Three in a Bed. 4.30 Three in a Bed. 5.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.50 Channel 4 News. 6.15 4thought.tv. A rabbi argues for religious integration in education. 6.20 FILM: Transformers. (2007) Premiere. A teenage boy is drawn into an intergalactic war between two rival factions of giant shapechanging robots. Sci-fi action adventure, starring Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox. 9.00 Ultimate Big Brother. Highlights from the past 24 hours in the house, as some of the most popular housemates from the show’s 10-year history face new challenges. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. With Katy Perry, Davina McCall, Paul O’Grady and Brandon Flowers. Last in the series. 11.05 FILM: The Waterboy. (1998) The coach of an American football team spots the talent of their put-upon waterboy and gives him the chance to prove himself on the pitch. Comedy, with Adam Sandler. 12.50 Music on 4: Paul Weller: Find the Torch. (R) 1.50 Ultimate Big Brother: Live. Coverage of events. 4.35 Countdown. (R) 5.20 Hill Street Blues. (R)

Channel Five 6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.35 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 7.00 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) 7.10 Mio Mao. (R) 7.15 Pocoyo. (R) 7.25 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 7.35 Milkshake! Show Songs. (R) 7.40 Noddy in Toyland. (R) 7.55 Milkshake! Bop Box. (R) 8.00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales. (R) 8.10 Little Princess. (R) 8.25 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.45 Igam Ogam. (R) 9.00 Olivia. (R) 9.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.35 Gerald McBoing Boing. (R) 10.00 Shake!: iCarly. 10.35 True Jackson, VP. (R) 11.10 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 11.25 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) 12.00 Renee Fleming: From Mozart to Muse. (R) 12.30 Going the Distance Movie Special. (R) 1.00 Egypt’s Lost Queen. (R) 2.00 Film: Torpedo Run. (1958) Second World War adventure, starring Glenn Ford. 3.50 Film: Fort Worth. (1951) Western drama, starring Randolph Scott. 5.25 Film: License to Wed. (2007) Premiere. Comedy, starring Robin Williams. 7.10 Five News. 7.15 Cricket on Five. England v Pakistan. 8.00 FILM: The Pursuit of Happyness. (2006) Premiere. Fact-based drama, starring Will Smith. 10.20 FILM: Ali. (2001) Biopic, starring Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, Jon Voight and Mario Van Peebles. 1.15 SuperCasino. 4.05 European Challenge Tour Golf. 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.05 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.15 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.40 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.50 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2 3.50 Odd One In 4.40 Film: Kindergarten Cop (1990) 6.45 The X Factor 8.00 The Xtra Factor 9.00 Jedward: Let Loose. The twins film the video for their second single. 10.00 Film: Three Kings (1999). Gulf War adventure, starring George Clooney.

ITV3 3.20 The Forsyte Saga 5.00 Film: Man About the House (1974) 6.40 The Best of Mr Bean 7.55 An Audience with Ronnie Corbett. The comedian entertains his showbiz peers. 9.00 Film: Amazing Grace (2006). Biopic of William Wilberforce, starring Ioan Gruffudd. 11.30 Film: Lorenzo’s Oil (1992). Fact-based drama, starring Susan Sarandon and Nick Nolte.

ITV4 11.30 Live British Touring Car Championship. The eighth round of the season at Knockhill. 6.00 Minder 7.00 The Professionals 8.00 Premiership Rugby Union 9.00 Ultimate Force 10.30 Film: Private Parts (1997)

BBC THREE 7.00 Doctor Who 7.50 Doctor Who Confidential 8.00 2010 World Cup’s Most Shocking Moments 10.00 Family Guy 10.45 The King Is Dead 11.15 Ideal 11.45 Film: Malice (1993)

BBC FOUR 7.00 Making a Symphony for Yorkshire 7.30 Life with Fred: On the Road 8.00 Last of the Summer Wine 8.30 The Yorkshire Dales on Film 9.00 The Department Store 10.00 Film: This Sporting Life (1963)

E4 3.00 Film: Three Men and a Baby (1987) 5.00 Friends 6.00 Glee 7.00 One Tree Hill 8.00 Friends 9.00 100 Funniest Moments

FILM4 3.00 Carry On Abroad (1972) 4.45 Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989) 6.55 Crocodile Dundee II (1988) 9.00 X-Men (2000) Comicbook adventure, starring Hugh Jackman. 11.00 The Warlords (2008)


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Helicopter Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather. 11.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.10 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Saints and Scroungers; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Panorama. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Gears and Tears. 11.05 The Case for God? 11.35 Film: Their Eyes Were Watching God. (2005) Period drama, starring Halle Berry; Weatherview. 1.30 Sign Zone: Tribal Wives. (R) 2.30 My Child’s Big Fat Birthday Party. (R) 3.20 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 4.05 BBC News.

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Helicopter Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather. 11.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.25 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 Motorway Cops. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 My Story. 11.05 Film: La Bamba. (1987) Biopic of 1950s singer Ritchie Valens, starring Lou Diamond Phillips; Weatherview. 12.55 Sign Zone: Madness in the Fast Lane. (R) 1.45 How to Beat Tough Times: Money Watch. (R) 2.45 Penguin Island. (R) 3.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 4.00 BBC News.

Wednesday 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 BBC1 Heroes. 10.00 Homes

Helicopter Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather. 11.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.10 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Bang Goes the Theory; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Waterloo Road. 9.00 Crimewatch. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws. 10.45 Crimewatch Update. 10.55 Reggie Perrin; (R) National Lottery Update. 11.25 Film: The Singing Detective. (2003) Musical drama, starring Robert Downey Jr; Weatherview. 1.15 Sign Zone: Dragons’ Den. (R) 2.15 Country Tracks. (R) 3.10 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.55 BBC News.

CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 CBeebies. CBeebies. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00 CBeebies. 11.30 Living Dangerously. 11.30 Living Dangerously.

(R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Animal Park. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 Escape to the Country. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Climbing Great Buildings. 7.00 Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea. 7.30 Roger & Val Have Just Got In. (R) 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 Antiques Master. 9.00 Dragons’ Den. 10.00 Grandma’s House. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Home Movie Roadshow. (R) 12.20 Digging for Britain. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 4.05 Close.

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 The Michael Ball Show. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Inspector Morse. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Countrywise. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Bouquet of Barbed Wire. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Surgery School. 11.35 Stephen Tompkinson’s African Balloon Adventure. (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 UEFA Champions League Weekly. 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 4.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother. (R) 8.05 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 9.05 Hollyoaks Music Show. (R) 9.35 Friends. (R) 10.05 The Good Wife. (R) 11.05 Desperate Housewives. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 1.00 Film: Do Not Disturb. (1965) Romantic comedy, starring Doris Day and Rod Taylor. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Come Dine with Me: Big Brother Winners. 9.00 My Family’s Crazy Gap Year. 10.00 Ultimate Big Brother. 11.10 Film: This Is England. (2006) Drama set in the 1980s, starring Thomas Turgoose. 1.10 Pete Versus Life. (R) 1.45 Ultimate Big Brother: Live.

Channel Five

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 1.15 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.05 Film: Britannic. (2000) First World War spy drama, starring with Amanda Ryan, Edward Atterton and Jacqueline Bisset. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 How Do They Do It?; Five News Update. 8.00 The Gadget Show; Five News at 9. 9.00 Film: The Last of the Mohicans. (1992) Period adventure, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe. 11.15 Police Interceptors. (R) 12.20 UFC 100: Main Event. 1.15 SuperCasino. 4.05 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 4.30 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

(R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Animal Park. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 Escape to the Country. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Climbing Great Buildings. 7.00 Coast. (R) 8.00 The Great British Bake Off. 9.00 The Big School Lottery. 10.00 Mercury Prize 2010: Live. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Mercury Prize 2010. 12.25 BBC News. 4.00 Close.

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 The Michael Ball Show. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Inspector Morse. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Grimefighters. (R) 8.00 New Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 9.00 Help! I Caught It Abroad 2. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Swingtown. 11.30 Ladette to Lady. (R) 12.25 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.25 The Rockford Files. 3.20 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 4.10 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.25 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 8.35 Frasier. (R) 9.05 Hollyoaks Music Show. (R) 9.35 Friends. (R) 10.05 The Good Wife. (R) 11.05 Desperate Housewives. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 1.00 Film: Indiscreet. (1958) Romantic comedy, with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Help! My House Is Falling Down. 9.00 Ultimate Big Brother. 10.00 This Is England ’86. 11.05 Film: Footloose. (1984) Drama, starring Kevin Bacon. 1.05 Late Night Poker. 2.00 Ultimate Big Brother: Live. 4.05 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 4.30 Superbike World Championship 2010. 4.55 British Formula 3 International Series. (R) 5.25 The Grid. (R) 5.50 World Sport. (R)

Channel Five

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 1.15 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.05 Film: A Kiss at Midnight. (2008) A man who works in computer dating is pushed into a romance with a traditional matchmaker who does not approve of his methods. Romantic drama, starring Faith Ford 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Zoo Days; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Nature Shock: India’s Silent Killer; Five News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Miami. 10.00 CSI: NY; (R) Five News Update. 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.00 Cricket on Five. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 4.30 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

Thursday Breakfast. 9.15 BBC1 6.00 Heroes. 10.00 Homes

Helicopter Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather. 11.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Watchdog. 9.00 Small Teen, Big World. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Spending Review: The London Debate. 11.25 Film: Underclassman. (2005) Comedy, starring Nick Cannon; Holiday Weatherview. 1.00 Sign Zone: Panorama. (R) 1.30 Countryfile. (R) 2.25 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.10 BBC News. 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 Living Dangerously.

See Hear. 1.30 Living Dangerously. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 Escape to the Country. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Climbing Great Buildings. 7.00 Queens of Heartache. (R) 8.00 Coast. (R) 9.00 The Big School Lottery. 10.00 Grumpy Old Holidays. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 E Numbers: An Edible Adventure. (R) 12.20 Home Movie Roadshow Uncut. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 3.55 Close.

(R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Animal Park. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 Escape to the Country. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Climbing Great Buildings. 7.00 Mountain Gorilla. (R) 8.00 E Numbers: An Edible Adventure. 9.00 Gareth Malone’s Extraordinary School for Boys. 10.00 Mock the Week. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Nurse Jackie. (R) 11.45 Nurse Jackie. (R) 12.15 Reading Festival 2010. (R) 1.45 BBC News. 3.10 Close.

ITV1

ITV1

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 The Michael Ball Show. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Inspector Morse. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 The Unforgettable Mollie Sugden. 8.00 Midsomer Murders. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Words of the Blitz. 11.35 Send in the Dogs. (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Film: The Lion in Winter. (1968) Oscar-winning historical drama, with Peter O’Toole and Katharine Hepburn. 4.50 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.10 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 8.05 Frasier. (R) 8.35 The Hollyoaks Music Show. (R) 9.05 Friends. (R) 9.35 Friends. (R) 10.05 The Good Wife. (R) 11.05 Desperate Housewives. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 1.00 Film: The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex. (1939) Historical drama, starring Bette Davis and Errol Flynn. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 How to Look Good Naked. 9.00 Ultimate Big Brother. 10.00 Derren Brown Live. 11.05 Ultimate Big Brother. 11.35 School of Comedy. 12.05 Music on 4: Student Tour. (R) 12.25 Music on 4: 4Play: Laura Marling. 12.40 Music on 4: The Crush. 1.05 Ultimate Big Brother: Live. 2.45 Film: Broken Lizard’s Club Dread. (2004) Premiere. Comedy horror, starring Bill Paxton. 4.30 Beach Volleyball. 5.25 Countdown.

Channel Five

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 1.15 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 The Family Recipe. (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.10 Film: Love’s Enduring Promise. (2004). 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Michaela’s Zoo Babies; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; Five News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 11.00 Law & Order. (R) 11.55 Poker. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 4.30 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

7 day guide Friday

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 The Michael Ball Show. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Inspector Morse. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Our Litter Legacy: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Law & Order: UK. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: United 93. (2006) Factbased drama, starring Christian Clemenson. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 British Touring Car Championship Highlights. 3.50 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 4.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 BBC1 Heroes. 10.00 Homes

Helicopter Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather. 11.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Animal 24:7; BBC News: Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.40 Peggy Mitchell: Queen of the Vic. 9.00 New Tricks. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Would I Lie to You? 11.05 The National Lottery Draws. 11.15 Film: Brooklyn Rules. (2007) Premiere. Crime drama, starring Freddie Prinze Jr; Weatherview. 12.50 Sign Zone: Gears and Tears. (R) 1.20 Who Do You Think You Are? (R) 2.20 The Case for God? (R) 2.50 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.35 BBC News. 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 Living Dangerously.

(R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Animal Park. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 Escape to the Country. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Climbing Great Buildings. 7.00 Who Do You Think You Are? (R) 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 Digging for Britain. 10.00 Roger & Val Have Just Got In. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show; Weather. 11.50 Film: The History Boys. (2006) Comedy drama, starring Richard Griffiths. 1.40 Close.

ITV1

Channel 4

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. 3.00 The Michael Ball Show. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Inspector Morse. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Cheetah Kingdom. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Paul O’Grady Live. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Two Weeks Notice. (2002) Romantic comedy, starring Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant. 12.25 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Film: Earthquake. (1974) Disaster movie, starring Charlton Heston. 4.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel Five

6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.10 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 8.05 Frasier. (R) 8.35 Hollyoaks Music Show. (R) 9.05 Friends. (R) 9.35 Friends. (R) 10.05 The Good Wife. (R) 11.05 Desperate Housewives. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Wife Swap USA. 1.00 Jamie at Home. (R) 1.25 Channel 4 Racing. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.25 4thought.tv. 7.30 Ultimate Big Brother: The Final. 9.30 Big Brother: Dermot’s Last Supper. 10.00 Davina’s Big Send Off. 10.30 Ultimate Big Brother: The Final Hour. 11.35 8 Out of 10 Cats: Big Brother Special. (R) 12.25 Music on 4: Oxegen Festival 2010. 1.20 Film: My Mother Frank. (2000) 2.55 This Week’s 4Music Top 20. 4.45 Beauty and the Geek. (R) 5.25 Countdown. (R)

6.10 The Treacle People. (R) 6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.10 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 8.05 Ultimate Big Brother. (R) 8.35 The Hollyoaks Music Show. (R) 9.05 Friends. (R) 9.35 Friends. (R) 10.05 The Good Wife. (R) 11.05 Desperate Housewives. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 1.00 Film: Casablanca. (1942) Wartime romantic drama, with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Ultimate Big Brother. 9.00 Alan Davies’ Teenage Revolution. 10.00 8 Out of 10 Cats: Big Brother Special. 10.50 My Funniest Year: 2000. (R) 12.50 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight. 1.05 Ultimate Big Brother: Live. 5.35 Countdown. (R) 6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 1.15 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.05 Film: Family Sins. (2004) Fact-based drama, starring Kirstie Alley. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Escape from Apollo 13; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 The Wright Stuff 10th Birthday Special; Five News at 9. 9.00 9/11 Crime Scene Investigators. 10.00 Film: Nowhere to Run. (1993) Action adventure, with with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Rosanna Arquette. 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 4.30 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

Channel 4

Channel Five

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Chinese Food in Minutes. (R) 1.15 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.00 Film: Jack. (2003) 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.15 Cricket on Five. 8.00 Police Interceptors; Five News at 9. 9.00 The Mentalist. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. 11.00 CSI: NY. (R) 11.55 Cops in Crisis. (R) 12.15 SuperCasino. 4.05 Motorsport Mundial. 4.30 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

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Friday 03 September 2010 | the resident

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sport Motor Racing

Season’s best at Rockingham

West Chiltington driver Kieran Vernon produced two fine drives in the Formula Palmer Audi series at Rockingham on Saturday. In the first ace, Kieran came third, just behind German Thimeo Storz, with Nigel Moore winning. Storz set the fastest lap of the race,but he wasn't able to shake the attentions of the impressive Vernon, who followed Storz's move past Alonso Liste and remained within one second of the German for the remainder of the race. Kieran had saved three speed boosts to take him on the final laps, but therace unexperctedly finished ended four laps early, denying the local driver from seriously challenging for second. in race two, Kieran Vernon made it two podiums from two races by finishing third - his best two results of the season. Starting from fifth, Vernon passed Storz away from the line before later gaining third on lap ten with a great move down the inside of Vicent Beltoise at turn two. He finished just four seconds behind the leader. After 11 rounds, Kieran is fifth in the championship, which heads to Brands Hatch on 35th/26th September for the next two races.

Reports & Pics

Many thanks to all of the clubs that have submitted reports. We do our best to publish all reports sent to us, and welcome words and pictures from all sports clubs in the district. So keep them coming - and if you think there is a match/sports event we should be at then do get in touch. Don’t forget pics taken by The Resident are available as Jpegs free or charge. Please send reports and picture requests to ben@the-resident.co.uk

In black shirts, the club’s oldest player Gavin Rixon (42), one of the youngest Arun Thompson, social secretaries Rob Grantham Hill and Tom Wright, and new captain Simon Matterface. In green are youth team coach John Riley with sons Daniel and Conor

Club making moves on all possible lines Horsham Rugby Club is gearing up for the first match of what is set to be an exciting season for the club on many levels. There are new players coming into the seniors and new faces within the club's management. Firstly, Horsham welcomes the new captain Simon Matterface, a popular figure and a Horsham player from a very young age. Simon takes over the captaincy baton from Matt Stone. Simon has already been involved in arranging some exciting new social events for players, supporters, partners and friends of Horsham Rugby Club, as well as planning a large scale end of season tour for players. These are all being introduced

The club encourages anyone of the ages 17 – 40 who is interested in playing to email malchumbley@rfu.com

ing as player, coach, bar manager, committee member and holding

events throughout the year, enticing players and supporters up to the club. Rob said: “We are attracting a good crowd of players who are keen to play rugby, whilst having some serious fun!” The events include Ladies Days at the club, Fireworks & Bonfire night, Christmas Party, Various pub crawls after league matches and a massive Tour to Amsterdam to end the season on a high. Tom added: “We want people to enjoy some social sport and a beer after the match. There are some serious standards of rugby and some more relaxed standards – come up to training on Tuesday or Thursday from 7pm to join in the fun.”

“WE WANT PEOPLE TO ENJOY SPORT AND THEN A BEER AFTER THE MATCH!

this year to attract new players to join a club that is not only serious about its rugby, but also know the importance of having fun and enjoying the social part of the game. One of the biggest changes this year sees the Club say a sad goodbye to Barry Johnson after being Chairman of the club for many seasons. Barry has been one of the most loyal and hard working volunteers over the past 20 years; contribut-

many other positions within the club. Horsham Rugby Club's new Chairman is Paul Harding, who is encouraging an open environment and the chance for everyone to voice their opinions as the club is progressing and moving forward. Social The club this year has Rob GH and Tom Wright as Social Secretaries, organising various exciting

Minis & Juniors On Sunday morning (5th September) at 10.30am Horsham Rugby Club's thriving Mini and Junior section starts up again for the season after the summer break, with up to 400 boys and girls from the age of 5 to 18 being looked after by up to 40 qualified coaches and enjoying the unique rugby experience on the wonderful playing fields at Coolhurst. New players are welcome at all age groups as the club looks to give more and more youngsters the opportunity to join in the rugby family at one of Sussex's premier clubs. On Sunday morning the 12th of September the club will also be hosting a special "Bring a Friend" day when current players are encouraged to get their mates from school or their neighbourhood to come along and try rugby out. Horsham Mini and Junior Chairman, John Riley, said: "We are very lucky at Horsham to be blessed with a superb, expansive playing facility and it's an extremely safe environment to take your children on a Sunday morning to enjoy the wonders of Rugby.

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sport Cricket

No junior joy

The Stoolball players (Shelley in black, Broadbridge Heath in white)

Spoils shared Broadbridge Heath Cricket Club provided a feast of sporting entertainment over the Bank Holiday weekend. The club hosted another successful day of stoolball and cricket, against teams from village pub the Shelley Arms. The weather was kind, BBQ and drinks were flowing and there was a great crowd supporting The Shelley. Stoolball started on time at midday with both teams eager to start. BBH won the toss and put The Shelley into bat. They started well with 3 wickets for 4 runs, with further wickets coming in the 3rd and 5th overs. Performing well for The Shelley were Ann (19) Nicky (24) & Emma (32 not out) as they ended on 109 off 11 overs. There was a slow start in reply by Broadbridge Heath, but Debs put up a good fight, scoring 17 runs in a 13 run partnership with Sally. BBH could not seem to get the needed

fours as The Shelley's fielding won the game. BBH could only muster up 73 off the 11 overs. A re-match has been requested for May 2011 Bank Holiday. With a short break in between allowing for the T20 to be set up, play commenced at 2pm with the sun blazing down on The Heath. Broadbridge Heath won the toss and decided to bat. Nick Vowels, Matt Tyson and Josh Tolhurst all retired at 25 a piece, and the final ball by Elliot Haney was hit for a massive 6, nearly knocking out the BBQ, as BBH scored 155 runs. In reply The Shelley had one retirement by Richard, who was required to come back into bat before the end of the innings. The wickets fell at a steady pace with the last wicket going in the last over with two balls to spare, as The Shelley ended on 123 all out. A great day was had by all with club funds benefiting from approximately £300.

The fifth and final week of the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival was for the youngest age group – the U11s. Horsham CC entered the Bowl competition and Horsham Trinity the Shield. Unfortunately for all the teams involved, the rain affected a significant number of matches with both teams losing two matches each to the weather. On Monday, Horsham beat Three Bridges by 8 wickets. Three Bridges were 107 all out in 27.4 overs with Tom Haines returning 4-15. Dominic Glossop (23) Joshua Medley (20) did the job with the bat for Horsham. Horsham didn’t play agains until Friday, when they beat Lingfield by 38 runs Tom Haines hit 38 asa Horsham were all out for 99, but Lingfield could only hit 61 in reply. Felix Van der Borgh (3 for 9) and James White (3 for 9) the pick of the bowlers. Horsham Trinity began the week with a losing draw at Lingfield before beating Ansty by 6 wickets on Tuesday. Ansty were 94 all out from 23 overs, with Harry Simpson returning figures of 3 for 14. In reply, Trinity hit 95 for 4 with Max Tustin (28 not out) and Jack Griffiths (22) getting the job done. After Wednesday’s washout, Trinity lost ot East Grinstead by six weekends. Max Tustin (22) and Sam Dobson (18) were Trinity’s top batsmen. Sadly, Friday’s game with Crawley was another cancellation. Rugby

New season Continued from Page 60...

“Whether they are the new little 5 or 6 year olds in the legendary Norman Blower's creche or 13/14/15 year olds who see their mates playing at school and reckon they'd like to give it go, we will always welcome new players.” Parents can also enjoy a delicious Sunday morning bacon sarnie and cuppa!

The Broadbridge Heath cricket team romped to T20 glory over The Shelley

Put the beers down lads! That’ll be The Shelley Arms team then....

Development Plans The club is also planning to significantly improve the facilities at Hammerpond Road over the next few years. The first phase, planned for completion in the summer of 2011, is to replace the roof on the existing clubhouse. This will make the building structurally sounder and weatherproof and with the other planned remedial work and proper ongoing maintenance means the structure will be good for many years to come. Putting on a new roof and doing all the other remedial work will be of the order of £50,000. Chris Wright, the Club’s Development Group Chairman, is confident that the Club with help from all quarters can obtain the necessary funds and complete the work ready for the start of the 2011/12 season. This will include getting formal planning permission from Horsham District Council. The second phase will be to build new changing facilities and the last phase will be to completely refurbish the existing clubhouse including new kitchen, dining area, toilets, etc. This year’s shirt sponsors are Henry Adams, local estate agents, and GTL partnership, a leading international foundation solution company based in Horsham.

For more about the club visit the website www.horshamrufc.com


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sport Hockey

Colts training starts Sunday

Horsham Hockey Club’s colts section enjoyed a fantastic season last year and is eagerly anticipating the start of the 2010/11 season. Last year over 200 youngsters played at the club and this year looks set to be even busier. Younger colts have weekly training plus friendly matches and tournaments, whilst the older colts play league, cup and tournament hockey in addition to the weekly training sessions. Older colts also have the opportunity to play senior hockey on a Saturday. Training for the youngsters restarts on Sun 5th Sept up at the Astroturf at Broadbridge Heath, and new players are very welcome to come along. Full details of colts training times and membership costs are on the club website www.horshamhockey.co.uk and those new to the club can attend two free training sessions to see if they like the idea of playing at Horsham.

The Wisborough Green side gave the Lashings a decent match, making 240 with the bat

Lashings legends give Green the runaround

Cricket

Kiwis coming

(All pictures by Vic Heritage)

A huge marquee was erected for the day

A demonstration of fine batting ensured that a star-studded Lashings team defeated Wisborough Green last Friday. On a fine day on the village green, hundreds turned up to see former England stars such as Devon Malcolm, Phil DeFreitas and Dominic Cork take on the local team. Other Lashing players included West Indies legend Richie

Richardson, Henry Olonga (who in 2003 famously wore a black armband while playing for Zimbabwee in protest at Mugabe’s government), Pakistani Mohammed Akram, and Australian Ian Harvey. After the game a huge amount of money was raised in an auction for Chestnut Tree Children’s Hospice, with one prize being a holiday in Antigua! The result of the

match was never in much doubt after the Lashings side hit 374 before they declared. Ian Harvey smashed six after six, and Lou Vincent, Rashid Latif and Phil Defraitas all made good scores. In reply Wisborough Green made 240. After a slow start they found their feet, and all the players and the large crowd fully enjoyed a great day’s cricket for a great cause.

Broadbridge Heath Cricket Club (above) host London New Zealand Cricket Club this Saturday (4th September) The game starts a 1pm at the club;’s ground in Byfleets Lane.

Reports & Pics

Many thanks to all of the clubs that have submitted reports. We do our best to publish all reports sent to us, and welcome words and pictures from all sports clubs in the district. So keep them coming - and if you think there is a match/sports event we should be at then do get in touch. Don’t forget pics taken by The Resident are available as Jpegs free or charge. Please send reports and picture requests to ben@the-resident.co.uk

Henry Olonga meets a young fan

James Sadler and Phil DeFreitas

Devon Malcolm signs an autograph


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Bowls

Jan claims the County badge

Pics: John Lines

Brave Hornets stung by last-gasp winner Horsham 2 Kingstonian 3 Horsham find themselves at the bottom of the Ryman League Premier Division, despite an encouraging performance against high-flying Kingstonian. An injury time mistake by Mark Zawadski handed Kingstonian a victory they scarcely deserved after the Hornets had twice led and were the better side for much of Monday’s enthralling clash. An 89th minute goal had helped the Ks see off AFC Hornchurch on Saturday and just six seconds of added time remained when Zawadski, playing against one of his former clubs, flapped at a corner from Tom Bird and MacDonald gratefully slammed the ball home from close range. It was hard to take for the home fans who had earlier rejoiced at seeing their side's barren goal run ended by Jay Lovett, and the disappointment of Bobby Traynor's equalising penalty was quickly forgotten when captain-fantastic Ben Andrews headed the hosts back

into the lead. But the Hornets paid the price for sitting back and trying to protect their lead when the Ks were awarded a second spot-kick, again clinically despatched by Traynor with 20 minutes remaining. Jack Page might have won it with a shot that went just wide of the post before MacDonald accepted his gift that keeps the Ks in second place behind Sutton United and leaves Horsham at the foot of the table after four games. John Maggs kept faith with the same eleven who had started Saturday's match 3-0 defeat at Wealdstone. Horsham's search for their first goal of the season had continued with this second successive league defeat, their woes compounded on a frustrating day by the sending off of captain Ben Andrews for two bookable offences. But Monday’s match was far more entertaining for Horsham’s fans.

The match was preceded by a respectful minute's applause in memory of the football club's former caterer, and great friend, Dennis Watts who passed away during the week. The contest that followed was a great tribute to a man who loved his football. The first goal came when Tait sent Pat Harding away down the left. A quick look up and the striker sent an inviting ball across the face of goal, between Tolfrey and Jinadu, and Lovett stormed in to strike the ball first time, on the run, to score Horsham's first league goal in a minute shy of 6 hours. On 56 minutes a long ball out of defence dropped beyond the Horsham backline and, as WilsonDennis played the ball past Zawadski, the goalkeeper stood his

ground and was clattered by the former Havant & Waterlooville man. The result was a penalty for the Ks and a yellow card for Zawadski. Traynor slammed the ball high into the roof of the net and the scores were level. Given their poor start to the season, Hornets fans might have expected their side to capitulate but the home side picked up the mantle again and Jack Page embarked on a 60 yard run that culminated in a spectacular shot that was dipping under the crossbar until Tolfrey's acrobatic intervention. From the resulting corner, Sargent picked out Andrews, whose head did the rest, powering the ball into the bottom corner. The Hornets were looking good for a much needed victory, but disaster was to strike on 70 minutes when an ill-advised challenge by Lovett sent Wilson-Dennis to the floor, just inside the area, and Traynor again beat Zawadski from 12 yards. MacDonald almost gave Horsham the lead for a third time when he smacked a header against the inside of his own post, but despite continued pressure they came away empty handed after the last gasp goal.

Horsham’s Jan Puffett has won her Sussex Women’s County badge after a successful tournament held at Lewes Bowling Club. The County Benevolent Two Wood Triples were held on Tuesday 24th August. Accompanied by two ladies from Southwater BC, Vicky Connors and Monica Hargrave, the triple won their quarter-final, then a semi-final, before losing the final by two shots to Crablands BC. However, Jan’s progress to the final accrued sufficient points to claim her County badge. On Saturday, Horsham successfully completed the double over Worthing club Homefield Park, winning by 4 shots at Horsham. It was a very tight game throughout, at any time there were not more than 4 or 5 shots in it. At the halfway stage Horsham were one shot down, but with a top rink of Beryl Watson, Dave Gosling, Vic Waters and skip Dennis Tribe (+10) supported by Colin Watson (+9), the outcome was secure. The annual Bank Holiday home fixture against South London team Plumstead Radical was played in a very jovial, fun-filled spirit. Although Horsham lost on four rinks, the two winning rinks accumulated sufficient surpluses to bring about a 112-101 victory by Horsham. The top rink of Malcolm Bridgman, Bob Miles, Fran Baillie and skip Pam Venn (+24) were outstanding, ably supported by Bill Monckton (+13). Football

WSFL kicks off

The West Sussex Football league kicks off once again this weekend. Cowfold and Southwater both begin their Premier League campaigns at home, while newly promoted West Chiltington go to Lancing United. In Division Two North, last year’s runaway Div 3 champions Cowfold 2nds host Rudgwick, with relegated Division One teams Partridge Green and Henfield facing each other on opening day. In Division Five North, Horsham Baptists 2nds face Horsham Olympics 2nds.


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