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“By offering this reward we hope someone will come forward with information which will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for this mindless act.” Cllr Robert Nye, leader of Horsham District Council, told The Resident: “We do not normally offer rewards. However, on this occasion the damage is extensive and will deprive a large number of our residents, many of them young children, of a valued facility. “It is quite possible there were other people in the vicinity at the time. “If a prosecution is obtained it will additionally help act as a deterrent to others who may be considering this type of antisocial behaviour.”

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District councillor David Holmes, leader of the Liberal Democrat group, said: “I very much welcome the reward being offered. “Ideally it would be good if the culprits could be found without any reward being paid, but if this means they are identified that would be worth doing.” A spokesman for the district council, which is a partner in HDCSP, said: “The play area was not insured against arson. As is the case here, some risks the council self-insures because of the high cost of insurance premiums. “Traditionally, play areas have not been an area where there has been a significant problem. “It’s too early to talk about timings, costs or the future of the play area. These decisions have still to be

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made and we will provide information when we know more.” A spokesman for Southwater Parish Council said: “This play equipment had only recently been updated and had been proving very popular with young people, so this fire will have a major impact on the community’s enjoyment of the Country Park during the Summer. “Fortunately, such incidents are a rare occurrence in the village due to the vigilance of the local police team, but they are regrettable nonetheless.” Phone Sussex Police on 0845 6070999, quoting serial 110 of 28/04, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or contact the district council’s community safety team on 01403 215124 or email communitysafety@horsham.gov.uk

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Let’s all have a party Residents held more than 20 street parties across Horsham district to celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. In a scene mirrored across the district, 130 residents of Warren Drive, Southwater, enjoyed a celebration with bunting, balloons, flags, food and drink including 10 barbecues, a children’s fancy-dress parade, a treasure hunt and other games. Friday finished with a disco in the middle of the road. Chief organiser Lorraine Nugent said: “The idea of the party was quickly taken up with great enthusiasm.

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News in Brief Clive Hancocks, director of Mortgage Solutions, Horsham, will walk 97 miles with Chris Weber-Brown in aid of Chestnut Tree House, the only children’s hospice in Sussex. See www.justgiving.com/CliveHancocks to support the fundraising trek from just outside Glasgow to Fort William.

Community day club West Sussex County Council is inviting expressions of interest to develop new community day clubs in the Pulborough/Chanctonbury and Shoreham/Lancing areas. The funding available is £70,000 per annum over three years, including £30,000 per annum in Pulborough/Chanctonbury. It comes from the savings made from the decision taken in March to close three traditional-style day centres and to reinvest into developing community day activities. Cllr Peter Catchpole said: “The county council’s day centres are moving to focus on specialist needs. “For residents whose needs do not need to be met in a traditional day centre, the new style of day clubs will enhance existing activities that take place in the community. “New day clubs and activities like these will encourage people to join in with their local community and start new social networks.” The successful provider will offer a range of activities mainly aimed at the elderly, for those who are frail and vulnerable as well as those who are more actively mobile. The clubs could operate across a number of local venues on different days. Expressions of interest should be submitted by next Friday, May 13. For more information, contact Seth Gottesman on 07921 291091 or Anna Williamson on 01232 777020, contracts@westsussex.gov.uk

Woman hurt by car A 70-year-old woman from Horsham was involved in a collision with a Vauxhall Corsa in Wimblehurst Road, Horsham, at 10.45am on Saturday. She was taken by air ambulance to St George’s Hospital, Tooting, with serious head and leg injuries. The car driver was uninjured. Anyone who saw the incident can contact Sussex Police on 0845 6070999, quoting Operation Fermoy.


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photographs that are brought along on fete day will be scanned in there and then and the copies added to our collection. “We already have lots of photographs that need identification and we want to get a real feel for the life of this area over the last 100-plus years.” While researching the church archives, she found that a Thomas Redman lived in her house in Rushams Road in 1901. He was a member of the first volunteer Fire Brigade and knocked on doors in Rushams, Percy and Shelley Roads, raising money to buy chairs for the new church. After the exhibition, the group hopes to publish a booklet of photographs and memories that will be sold to raise money for church funds. The fete will also feature a bouncy assault course, barbecue, cream teas, book stall and bric-a-brac.


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Come on, Eileen! Eileen Quinton, 81, was one of the stars of the show at the first May Day cross country race in Rusper. The Horsham Joggers president, who joined the club in 1984, completed the five-mile course, over undulating, scenic woodland tracks and fields including stiles, in 57 minutes and 25 seconds. Mrs Quinton, from Southwater, said: “Climbing over fallen trees in the woods was hard, particularly as I am only 5ft tall. “It was pretty challenging, quite a tough cross country for me – but then again I was a lot older than the other people taking part.” A former hospital secretary in

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Businesses are already being urged to sign up for Piazza Italia VI next year. This year’s event, over the Easter weekend, proved a bonanza for Horsham traders, with a questionnaire showing visitors had come from as far afield as Cambridge, Manchester, Leeds and even Crawley. Key sponsors included Ringway, Southern Water, South Lodge Hotel, Pizza Express, Vines BMW Mini of Gatwick, Prezzo, La Source, Carmela, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Brewers, Steamer Trading and Meridien Modena. Chris and Sylvie Holt, of La Source in East Street, said: “The event was a great success

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Slot car racing is magic Callum Budd, 13, from Horsham, and Thomas Weller, 10, of Warnham, received prizes from Paul Yates of the NSCC. The club for slot car collectors and racers was responsible for the slot car circuit in Swan Walk as part of Piazza Italia. Well over 600 people ‘had a go’, raising  more than £200 for local charities. Callum and Thomas are already Scalextric and motor sport fans and couldn’t wait to get home to try out their new additions. Initially approached by Chris Holt, of La Source, the NSCC was delighted to get involved in the event and has expressed a keen interest in returning.


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Horsham’s North Street of 1951 is hardly recognisable today, such are the radical changes over the past 60 years (The Resident, April 15). But a glance at the original photograph brings back memories of when our town was a good deal smaller with far less traffic. Left-hand side first. A little way further back towards the Carfax was the original Park Surgery, planned I believe as a pioneer polyclinic where specialist treatment could be offered at a local level. The large building on the left was Bufton’s Dental Surgery – the following two shops being a tearoom and a small newsagent – with Dunkins, stationers next door. The next building was a rather imposing private house with stables attached. And further along North Street, towards the railway station, was the Hurst Arms public house – renamed the Black Jug. The right-hand side is more difficult to identify. The first  building in the foreground was called Winders, with an estate agents (Henry Smith?) next door. Further along was a rather stylish bookshop owned by a Miss Patterson and at the far end of the row was Erridges, bakers. And at the corner of the old Park Street and North Street was Charts, corn and seed merchants. Hence the modern Chart Way. Interestingly, Horsham Library was housed in a small building next to the old St Mark’s church. How times have changed!

May I, through your paper, offer my congratulations to everyone concerned in the Italian-themed events taking place in your lovely town over the Easter holiday weekend. My husband and I were visiting friends in Horsham for the weekend, but we would have happily made a special trip from Devon for this event. It is true that the weather was a definite bonus, but the atmosphere was truly wonderful. There really was something to entertain and appeal to everyone, and the Opera Singers on Good Friday really enhanced the experience. It was a truly spectacular event and one that everyone involved should be very proud of. Well Done Horsham, we will be back.

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Celebrating residents’ achievements Martin Read History

Slinfold’s diminutive Alfred Shrubb was by far the most impressive athlete of his day. His running prowess was first recognised when he ran three miles in his work boots to a fire in Southwater, beating the horse-drawn fire engine. He was persuaded to join Horsham Blue Star Harriers and went on to hold longstanding international

with further names added as a result of painstaking research. Notable sculptures around the town include the excellent depiction of William Pirie in the Place that bears his name. Pirie was headmaster of Collyer’s from 1822 to 1868, the school originally sited near St Mary’s Church from 1540 until it was rebuilt in its present position towards the end of Pirie’s reign. Yet we do not generally mark other outstanding residents, except in the

records over a wide range of distances. He was invited to run all over the world and was a colossus in world athletics for well over a decade in the early 1900s, earning the title The Little Wonder. Hardly surprising therefore that it has been suggested a statue should be erected in Horsham to mark Shrubb’s achievements. Lives of local people falling in the world wars are rightly celebrated on Horsham’s poignant war memorial,

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tablets inside St Mary’s and in the names of a few local streets. Our pleasant town has been home to some well-known figures. So, who else might we commemorate? Horsa, the supposed Saxon invader, has been suggested. But a display in the museum described the idea that Horsham took its name from him as a complete fabrication and dismissed his story as a myth, intimating that Horsham merely came from a Saxon village (Ham) specialising in horses. The case has also been made for a memorial for Chesworth-connected Catherine Howard, too briefly the young fifth wife of Henry VIII before losing her head. In 1952, Oscar-winning Sir Michael Caine, then calling himself Michael Scott, made his professional debut as assistant stage manager at Horsham’s Theatre Royal (which first opened in 1910 as a cinema known as The Electric Theatre and finally closed in 1956). The upper façade is still visible behind Scissor Sisters, the beauty salon next to Ye Old Stout House in the Carfax. Caine’s father visited him in Horsham Hospital, where the actor received treatment for malaria contracted during national service in Korea. Comedian Harry Enfield and Eric Thompson, of BBC’s Magic Roundabout, attended Collyer’s – did daughter Emma Thompson go to Millais? Donald Campbell, water and land speed record-breaker with Bluebird, went to Manor House, the boy’s prep school in the Causeway. The school, previously a private house in extensive grounds, opened in 1919 and continued until 1970, after which it became the RSPCA HQ until its conversion into apartments. The Causeway was also home to prolific author Hammond Innes and Attorney General Sir Hartley Shawcross, Britain’s representative at the Nuremburg war trials and prosecutor of World War II traitor William Joyce (Lord Haw Haw). Hilaire Belloc, famed for his Cautionary Tales, lived in Shipley’s windmill. Christ’s Hospital scholars included literary giants Charles Lamb, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and James Leigh Hunt. John Guille Millais, the artist, naturalist and author, lived at Compton’s Brow, the house on which the school now stands. Horsham is a cricket town.  Horsham players regularly feature in the county side and for over 100 years many famous cricketers have played on the Horsham ground, for and against Sussex in professional matches. The first recorded game in the town was in 1771, probably played on the Artillery Ground, later the Barrack Field, today the home of Horsham Cricket Club. The game was played locally before that, but rumours that a Bronze Age skull unearthed in the vicinity resulted from an early cricketing skirmish are unfounded. Percy Fender, of Sussex, Surrey and England, lived in Burford Road. The late John Dew –Horsham’s sporting doctor, captain and president of

Horsham Cricket Club – deserves recognition too. Horsham has also had memorable eccentrics. In the 60s and 70s, Yorkie was a porter at Weller Eggar’s household auctions in the Carfax. Replete in his ancient shiny suit and hat and oblivious to all extremes of weather, for a modest sum he would uncomplainingly push a heavy item to the outskirts of town on his large hand barrow.

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War veteran Peter Baron negotiated his motorised invalid carriage, one of Horsham’s first, into the Carfax and, much later, returned home a mile away on automatic pilot after a prolonged sojourn in a central hostelry. Another traffic hazard was a frail elderly lady who liked to be called Johnny. She rode her rickety tricycle along the middle of the road, disregarding the increasing line of vehicles gathering behind. Onlookers were understandably disconcerted to see the white stick in her cycle basket. And mature citizens will remember evening newspaper seller Reg Hewitt at his town-centre spot with his inimitable sales pitch: “Argie, late Argie!” Signs welcoming visitors proclaim Horsham as a historic town and we should celebrate the achievements of those who have contributed towards its character. How should they be immortalised? My list is incomplete, but clearly we cannot have statues to all who might qualify. And, please, no more expensive prize-winning but complicatedly unreliable endeavours, the significance of which is only appreciated by the designer (although perhaps the Shelley Fountain is more appropriate than at first thought, considering that the unconventional poet met a watery end). Wait, though, maybe former local student Barnes Wallis warrants a display with bouncing bombs firing off at miscreants. No, a few strategically placed, attractive and straightforward memorials should suffice. Their construction could initiate gifted local students, enabling them to hone their design and sculpting skills and be a far cheaper way of producing worthwhile tributes. Meanwhile, a blue plaque scheme to identify the houses where notable citizens of Horsham lived, linked to a revamped and extended town trail, could promote interest in the area. Commemorating famous local residents might  encourage visitors to discover some of Horsham’s hidden treasures and the attractive hinterland, and provide a welcome boost for the local economy.


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Each week we feature a different historical photograph of Horsham from 1951 and an updated photograph from this year

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Santa Fe Coffee Company, the coffee shop on the first floor of Waterstone’s bookstore, has been crowned the winner of Caffe Italia – the competition to find the town’s best cup of coffee. More than 15 cafes and restaurants entered the competition, which invited the public to vote for the vendor that they think makes and serves the best coffee. Santa Fe, which is situated at 8 The Carfax, received nearly 400 votes

from people around Horsham, many of whom are regular customers in the coffee shop. The café also won a second category in the competition and was voted as having the ‘best ambience’. Elspeth MacDonald, one of Santa Fe’s biggest fans said: “I am so pleased Santa Fe has won this award. It’s recognition for what I’ve thought for some time – that they really do serve the best coffee in Horsham. “The staff members are so lovely and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. I never feel rushed. It’s like a home away from home for me. I come in almost every day.” Santa Fe was a clear winner in the competition, receiving over 100 more votes than the runner up, Esquires. The award is a testament to the café’s excellent range of coffee-based drinks. Santa Fe offers four standard blends of filter coffee permanently, as well as a different ‘guest’ coffee each week. In addition, from its ground coffee machines they offer the usual varieties including lattes, cappuccinos, mochas, americanos and also have a choice of around 20 different syrups. The team at Santa Fe was presented with a special ‘coffee bean’ trophy which they can display until the competition is run again next year. The trophy was made by local sculptor Hannah Stewart. When told about winning the award, staff member Storm FindlayCooper said: “Wow! This is fantastic! We are so happy. We have the most loyal customers and we get on so

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well with them all. We’re so grateful. Thank you to everyone who voted.” Caffe Italia was a competition organised by The Resident newspaper in association with Piazza Italia, Horsham’s three-day Italian extravaganza, which took place over the Easter weekend. Everyone who voted for their favourite coffee and best ambience was entered into a prize draw, with the chance to win a £300 Delonghi coffee maker, donated by Steamer Trading. A second prize of a Costa Coffee Hamper will be given to the runner up. Both winners will be announced in The Resident next week.

Green grant up for Wagamama joins ‘Eat’ Street grabs for business Local companies could get help covering the cost of being more environmentally friendly Businesses in the area could be eligible for a grant of £500 to help them be more energy efficient. The funding scheme, called Energy Grant 500, will run until July and invites small to medium-sized businesses to apply. Energy Grant 500 is designed to help organisations change the way they use energy and help them take action to cut costs and lower carbon emissions. The grant funds a range of activities such as improvements to building insulation, heating efficiency, lighting upgrades (low energy fittings and automated controls) and more. The grant is available to businesses that have fewer than 250 employees

with an annual energy spend of between £1,500 and £30,000. For more information, or to apply for the grant, visit www.businesslowcarbon.co.uk

The Japanese-style noodle restaurant, Wagamama, is opening in Horsham on Friday, May 13. The new restaurant is just one of a large chain of the popular pan-Asian inspired restaurants. The group has become known for great food in a relaxed environment, with speedy service. The restaurant is another in a long line of restaurants to join East Street, in Horsham’s town centre. The street is already home to branches of Cote, Strada, Pizza Express as well as high-end Restaurant Tristan. Wagamama’s arrival will bring a different cuisine to the town and is an exciting addition for some of the eatery’s loyal customers. Gemma Faith, from Horsham, said: “I can’t believe ‘the noodle’ is coming… literally the best day ever!” There will be previews at the restaurant taking place over the next few days. Look out for our review in next week’s The Resident.


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Local woman opens hugely popular Rosemary Conley diet and fitness clubs franchise For people wanting to be the proud owner of a wonderful new body, and for those wishing to lose weight, get fitter and increase their self-confidence, then help is at hand. From 1st May Helen Heinrich started 12 Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Club classes throughout Horsham, Southwater, Billingshurst, Broadbridge Heath and Cranleigh with the aim of helping hundreds of members to slim down and shape up. Helen is pictured here along with Rosemary Conley, CBE, the UK’s foremost diet and fitness expert who has over 38 years’ experience of helping people to lose weight. She has built her reputation on carefully prepared, low-fat eating plans, combined with exercise. “We believe our highly-successful Diet and Fitness Clubs are second to none and Helen has been carefully selected to represent Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Clubs in the Horsham area. We are sure that Helen will

make a complete success of her new business. She has recently completed an intensive training programme and her enthusiasm and dedication will be of tremendous assistance to members,” said Rosemary Conley. “We believe that the support and encouragement that members receive in class plays a vital role towards their success in reaching their target weight. In fact, since we opened RCDFCs in 1993, around oneand-a-half million members have benefited from our winning formula for losing weight and getting fitter. “Our members are always made to feel welcome and the atmosphere in class is friendly, fun and, above all, the expert diet advice, coupled with a safe exercise session, really works. Helen is fully qualified to teach exercise to music and she has been trained to adapt the sessions to suit any ability, so, even people who haven’t exercised for a long time can join in.” The cost of joining a Rosemary

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Conley Diet and Fitness Club is just £10 for a membership pack, which includes a copy of Rosemary Conley’s brilliant new Amazing Inch Loss Plan along with a set of Portion Pots®, an Introductory DVD explaining the plan and a brand-new Rosemary Conley Magic Measure® which shows dieters how many inches they lose as they progress on the diet. The weekly class fee costs £5.80 or £21.00 per month with Premier Club. Members receive a consultation and weigh-in with the class instructor, a 5-minute motivational and informative talk plus a 45-minute exercise to music session. Membership is free when paying £29.00 in advance for 5 consecutive classes. Helen will run 12 weekly classes including Aerobics, Zumba Gold and Fitness Pilates at venues throughout Horsham, Billingshurst, Cranleigh, Broadbridge Heath and Southwater. For more details, contact Helen on 01403 265574 or visit the website at www.rosemaryconley.com

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HORSHAM North Heath Hall St Marks Lane, RH12 5PU Monday 9:35 - 10:30am (Slim & Fitness Pilates) Monday 10:30 - 11:45am (Slim & Aerobics) The Pavilions Hurst Road, Horsham, RH12 2DW Thursday 10:30 - 12:00 pm (Slim & Aerobics) Leechpool Primary School Leechpool Lane, Horsham, RH13 6AG Thursday 5:30 - 7:00 pm (Slim & Aerobics) Thursday 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Slim & Zumba® Gold)

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BROADBRIDGE HEATH Shelley Primary School Wickhurst Lane, Broadbridge Heath, RH12 3LU Monday 6:00 - 7:15 (Slim & Aerobics) Monday 7:15 - 8:30 (Slim & Fitness Pilates) SOUTHWATER Southwater Leisure Centre Pevensey Road, Southwater, RH13 9XZ NEW CLASS Starts 10th May Tuesday 9:30 - 10:45 am (Slim & Aerobics) Thursday 6:15 - 7:45 pm (Slim & Aerobics)

CRANLEIGH St. Cuthbert Mayne School St. Nicolas Avenue, Cranleigh, GU6 7AQ Tuesday 7:00 - 8:30 pm (Slim & Aerobics) BILLINGSHURST Billingshurst Village Hall, Roman Way, Billingshurst, RH14 9QW Wednesday 6:00 - 7:30 pm (Slim & Aerobics) * Friday plus free Diet Pack 9:30 - 10:45 am (Slim & Fitness Pilates)

JOIN for FREE WORTH £35.00

Call Helen on 01403 265574 email: helen.heinrich@rosemaryconley.com Class Fee £5.80. Fitness Pilates £7.00. Premier Club £21 per month. * When you pre pay for 5 consecutive classes. Valid until 31/05/11.


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Wedding gift Horsham’s first wine donated to trail boosts business Age Concern Sainsbury’s in Horsham donated a 40 inch television to Age Concern to help members of the organisation celebrate the royal wedding. The Day Centre at Lavinia House in Dukes Square, which received the gift, invited people from the Horsham area to celebrate together and watch William and Catherine tie the knot. After watching the wedding, the

group held a street party, complete with hats and a two-tier wedding cake. Guests also signed a card which will be sent to the newlyweds. Sainsbury’s Horsham manager, Ian Maxey, said: “We were delighted to help Age Concern with their day and hope that the TV we lent them enabled the attendees to enjoy the Royal Wedding as a community.”

Representatives from Age Concern receive their wedding gift

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Sixteen businesses in Horsham took part in the first of a new wine trail around the town on Easter Monday, April 25. Almost 200 people took part in the tour, sampling up to 42 different wines at town centre bars, pubs, restaurants and supermarkets. The event, which was named Contrada del Vino Italiana, was part of the Piazza Italia celebrations organised by Horsham District Council. Participants picked up a ‘tour passport’ from a stand in the Carfax, which was manned by staff from event supporters, Piries Bar, and a programme gave details of the participating venues and tasting times. Waitrose was a sponsor of the event. The store’s deputy manager, Laura Nicholls, said: “The Italian wine tasting was a fabulous success at Waitrose, with our wine specialist Sharon Mayhew having over 100 people sampling the delights of our topselling white and red Italian wines. “It was fantastic to have yet another partnership with Horsham District Council to really promote how great Horsham town is and attract new customers to the branch.”  The event provided an opportunity for businesses to offer promotions and prizes to help raise their profile in the town. The Anchor Hotel in Horsham donated a meal for two including a bottle of wine for anyone who sampled 10 of the wines on offer throughout the day. The manager at The Anchor Hotel, John Darkins, said: “We were delighted to be able to take part in this exciting new business initiative from

Horsham District Council. The wine trail was a great new idea for Horsham and created a really fun way for people to explore different venues around the town, probably seeing businesses they wouldn’t normally have visited. “With our recent launch I am hoping that this encouraged more people to visit us and we’re looking forward to welcoming those people back to The Anchor Hotel again!” Horsham resident Ian Tunnell took part in the wine tasting tour and won the meal for two at The Anchor Hotel. He said: “I sampled wines in 10 of the venues with my family and it was a great way to trot round and see

everything else going on. It was really good to try out some new places in town. I’d never been to Piries Bar before and would definitely go back. “Sampling different atmospheres in different venues on the same day was really interesting. I now know which wine I will have when I next go for dinner at Wabi, as well as having some of my favourite wine at The Company when I get my hair cut! I would definitely do it again - it was a great social thing, chatting to other people who were doing it. “As the weather was so good, we actually came to Piazza Italia on all three days! Horsham does these events so well.”

Ian Tunnell, left, winner of a meal for two at The Anchor Hotel, with manager John Darkins

Choose a charity for Sainsbury’s support Superstore is giving the public the chance to put forward possible charitable organisations to benefit from a year’s worth of funding Sainsbury’s in Horsham is inviting its customers to nominate a local charity to receive a year’s worth of fundraising from the store and people who shop there. The superstore’s ‘Local Charity’ scheme is now in its third year and gives customers the opportunity to put forward suggestions for charities that could benefit from funding. Customers have until May 25 to vote for the store’s new charity partner. The winning organisation will receive money for 12 months as well as publicity to help raise its profile in the community.

To vote, customers simply fill out a form and place it in the store’s Local Charity Partner voting box at the front of the store. A shortlist of nominations will be drawn up after May 25, and the store’s colleagues will invite the top three charities to tell them how Sainsbury’s can support them. Staff members at the store will then choose the winner. Last year, Sainsbury’s in Horsham raised £5,140.67 for Sussex Search and Rescue as part of the same project. Stores across the country donated more than £1.3 million in funding to local communities by supporting

more than 800 charities. Store manager, Ian Maxey, said: “The Local Charity Partner scheme really engages both our colleagues and customers. “This is a great opportunity for our customers to give a local charity that’s close to their hearts the chance to receive fundraising and other support from Sainsbury’s Horsham for a whole year. “We now need our customers to come in and tell us who we should consider supporting for the third year of the scheme”. The store plans to announce its new Local Charity Partner in June.


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his week sees a new level of men’s grooming and styling arrive in Horsham with the opening of Male Concept. Hot on the heels of the growing trend for a new level of men’s grooming in the capital, this is the first shop of its kind to open in the area. Owners, both Sussex born and bred, said they have been looking for the right premises for a long time ‘We’ve been aware of a gap in the market for style-conscious men in Horsham and the surrounding areas who like to get a good hair cut with the traditional barber shop treatment. In our experience men don’t want to mess around with appointments

and appreciate the fact they can turn up at whatever time suits them and have a good, no-nonsense haircut in a clean, well-designed shop with friendly and accommodating staff, setting the experience apart from an in-andout barber shop’. Male Concept will be offering contemporary and traditional cutting styles and techniques for all aspects of male grooming and styling. Its town centre location on Middle Street, opposite Truffles Bakery, means the noappointment-necessary policy is sure to go down well as is the fact that children’s prices remain children’s prices with no extra for cutting hair on weekends.

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Events Southwater Local History Group

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7th May

7th May

English Festival

7th May

The Millais car boot sale takes place on the 1st Saturday of every month. Sellers set up from 10am and pitch fee is £6.00. Sale is open from 11am and finishes at 2pm. Entry fee 50p, free for children under 5yrs. £1 for early birds.

A special festival celebrating all things English takes place in Horsham Town Centre. Featuring dance and music around the town, plus a special medieval market with local food, drink and Sussex crafts. Includes the well-established Day of Dance. Visit www.englishfestival.co.uk for more.

Horsham Model Railway Club are holding an Open Day at the Youth Centre in Hurst Road, Horsham from 10am to 4pm. There will be layouts including Thomas, dioramas, trade stalls and refreshments. Entrance £1.50. For more details see www.horshammrc.org.uk

7th May

Maypole Fun Day

7th - 8th May

The Gruffalo’s Child

11th May

Maypole dancing, flower festival, morris dancing, arts & crafts, 10am-5pm at Holy Trinity Church, Lower Beeding. Evening jazz concert at 7. In aid of The Chestnut Tree Children’s Hospice and The Motor Neurone Disease Association. Tickets £12 adult, £6 child - from Joan 01403 891729.

Following hot on the heels of the Gruffalo’s sell out tour and his monstrous West End success, The Gruffalo’s Child comes to The Capitol. Tickets: £10, groups of 10+ £8.50 (plus one teacher in 10 free) For group bookings contact the box office on 01403 750220.

An evening for individuals, groups and businesses with any interest in the environment, sustainability or building a cohesive local community in the face of peak oil and climate change. 7.30pm in the Crown in the Carfax, every 2nd Wednesday of the month, with nibbles.

11th May

Horsham DFAS Meeting

12th May

Farmers and Village Market

14th May

The next meeting of the Horsham Decorative & Fine Arts Society will be held at The Capitol on Wednesday May 11th at 10.45am. The subject will be Picasso and his Women. The speaker will be Valerie Woodgate B.A. Visitors are very welcome. Admission £5.

Wisborough Green’s Farmers and Village Market features fruit and veg stalls, home-made chocolates from Horsham, and home-made chutneys and jellies from Ashington. Plus meats, cakes, jams, pies, cereals, bread, honey, flowers, plants, fairtrade and many crafts.

12 midday until 16.00. There will be literally thousands of books, many ‘as new’ paperbacks and hard backs with a huge selection of all hobbies, various interests, collectors and childrens books, plus DVDs and videos. Admission will be 50p and there will be refreshments.

14th May

Art Exhibition and Sale

14th May

Folk Dance / Barn Dance

14th May

The Horsham Painting Group is holding its spring exhibition and sale at the Quaker Meeting House, Worthing Road, Horsham RH12 1SL (opposite the library) from 10am-4pm. Original paintings and cards will be for sale. Admission is free. Details see www.horshampaintinggroup.co.uk

Horsham Folk Dance Club are holding a Folk Dance / Barn Dance at 7.30pm in “The Barn”, the Causeway, Horsham. Live music from the Maypole Band and all dances called by John Portlock. Entrance £7 and American Supper (i.e. bring a plate of finger food to share)

Warnham Women’s Institute are holding a bazaar and coffee morning at Warnham Village Hall, 10-11.30am with stalls for cakes, plants, books, bric-a-brac. Free admission, all welcome. Contact Warnham WI Secretary: Jean Weaver 01403 249501

Millais Car Boot Sale

Model Railway Club Open Day

Exhibition, Film Show and

Book Launch “WINNING THE CLAY” An illustrated history of brickmaking in Southwater

Saturday 21st May 2011 10.00am – 4.00pm Council Chamber Beeson House, Lintot Square Southwater

Green Drinks

Free entry Refreshments available

Colgate Village Hall Book Sale

Bazaar and Coffee Morning


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Add your event to our online Events page, free of charge at www.the-resident.co.uk/events 15th May

Barnstormers Comedy

15th May

Heavy Horse & Woodland Craft Show

18th May

Free Beginners Salsa Class

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Regular stand up comedy at The Capitol at 7.30pm. Each month compere Kevin Precious introduces three top acts from the London circuit. This month includes the engaging Pete Jonas and ukelele wielding Ria Lina. Tickets £10, to book call 01403 750220 or www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, is holding its annual Heavy Horses and Woodland Crafts event. This magical mix of local crafts, steam power and horse power will guarantee an enjoyable day for the whole family. Normal admission prices apply. See www.amberleymuseum.co.uk

Salsa Evolution are holding a FREE Beginners Salsa Class 8.30-9.15pm at Brighton Rd Baptist Ch, RH13 5BD. If you’ve always wanted to try Salsa then now is your chance! No partner required. All welcome. Contact Claire on 07828 125775 or claire@salsaevolution.co.uk for more info.

19th May

19th May

21st May

Garden and Local Produce Fair

Billingshurst Village Market

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50 stalls of plants, accessories and local produce. All money to St Catherine’s Hospice. Parking, disabled facilities and a luxury marquee. Open 10.30-3.30. Admission £3.50. Summers Place, Billingshurst, RH14 9AD. For more info contact Paula: 01293 447367/pauladaly@stch.org.uk

Billingshurst Village Market takes place on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 9am-2pm in the library car park. For more information contact Anita Burdfield on 01403 784445 or email anita@burdfield. co.uk

The Horsham Hospital Summer Fete takes place between 2-4pm in the grounds of the hospital. It will include the Slinfold Concert Band, children’s rides, fairground organ, 25 stalls, magic show, the rescue services, a £400 cash draw and refreshments. Opened by MP Francis Maude. Everyone welcome.

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Anniversary Salsa Party

22nd May

Slinfold School Summer Fair

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St Catherine’s Hospice Midnight Walk Slinfold Primary School’s Summer Fair from 12pm-3pm. African theme - African Drumming performance and workshop, animal petting with the Mobile Ark, lots of fun stalls, fancy dress competiton, swimming in the pool, bouncy castle, BBQ and lots more! The Street, Slinfold, RH13 0RR

Spring Garden Antique and Modern Art. Over 500 lots will go under the hammer or sold through sealed bids. Viewing takes place 20th to 23rd between 10am-4pm and on the morning of the sale. In association with Sotheby’s. Call 01403 331331 or visit www.summersplaceauctions.com

29th May

11th June

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1pm to 3pm - Come and see the club, play a few holes with a member and have a sandwich. We are a members club and welcome all ages as we have Men’s, Ladies, Senior and Junior sections. If you are interested contact us on 01293 520222 or email sambest.igcc@btconnect.com

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24th & 27th May

Salsa Evolution are celebrating 1 year in business with a big Salsa Party at North Heath Hall, off North Heath Lane at 7.45pm. Classes on all levels at 8pm, then dancing until 11pm. £10. Absolute beginners welcome and only £6! Bring your own drinks. Top teachers and DJ. Fun and friendly. Come and join the party! claire@ salsaevolution.co.uk

Ifield Golf Club Open Day

24/1/11

Warnham Village Fete

Warnham Community Village Fete at The Green, School Hill from 11am. Procession of Morris Dancers, ballerinas and Sussex Army cadets. Food, drink, stalls, tug of war, Scottish Dancers, wet sponge stocks, and more. To host a stall contact Anne Davies on anneldavies@yahoo.com

Saturday 11 June 2011

Human Nature Garden launch

The Human Nature Garden, a brand-new community space in Horsham Park, opens to the public at a fun launch weekend. Featuring a grass amphitheatre, educational garden, sculptures and orchard. .by Horsham in Bloom in partnership with Horsham District Council.

Join women of all ages on our half marathon walk through Horsham! Call 01293 447364 or visit www.stch.org.uk Walk to show you care

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Entertainment Outdoor live music event Gig Guide at Horsham Sports Club the-resident.co.uk/entertainment

Abba Inferno

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Some of Horsham’s finest bands including Chinchilla Zilla, Joe 90, The UK Rideouts and Not Dave will be performing this summer, for the town’s only live outdoor music concert. The event, which is being organised by Horsham Sports Club in partnership with Peach Entertainments, takes place on Saturday, June 11 at Cricketfield Road. Gates will open at midday with the musical entertainment starting early in the afternoon and a performance by Abba Inferno, one of the most popular Abba tribute bands in the UK, at 9.30pm. There will be plenty of other attractions including licensed bars, food by Fenix Gourmet Grill (which is also providing pre-ordered hampers), ice creams and children’s play area with inflatable games - providing a complete afternoon and evening of fun for the whole family. The day of music and entertainment

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continues Horsham Sports Club’s commitment to holding communityorientated events in the town. It will conclude with a fireworks display at 10.45pm from Aurora Fireworks. Tickets are just £10 for adults, £5 for children under 16 with free entry for children under three. Buy tickets from Horsham Sports Club, Peach Entertainment in Billingshurst or online at www.horshamlive co.uk. Organised groups and VIP corporate packages are available on request and there are also opportunities to sponsor the event. St Catherine’s Hospice will be supporting the event and there will be opportunities to donate to the charity, which does such invaluable work for the local community. For more information call Horsham Sports Club on 01403 245628 or Peach Entertainment on 01403 780900.

The Wizard of Oz Review

The words ‘wonderful Wizard of Oz’ have never been more true than they were last week, when a host of talented actors and singers performed the hit musical on stage at The Capitol. The show told the classic tale of Dorothy and friends as they leave Kansas and follow the yellow brick road to The Emerald City. This modern version did not disappoint the loyal fans of the original. All the favourite characters including the Lion, Scarecrow and Tinman were present, as well as trusty Toto, a real dog, which acted almost as well as the people in the show – even barking at

the Wicked Witch right on cue. And the moral of the story was as clear as ever; with the yellow brick road paved with lessons in life and leading to the bright lights of the big city. But of course, as Dorothy discovers, things are not so bad at home. The audience was packed with families. Children delighted in some of the antics of the giant lion and clumsy scarecrow, while adults in the crowd were kept entertained with some hilarious jokes that were just for the grown-ups. There were a few nice surprises included in the production. In the second act many of the leading characters walked through the audience and on to the stage, with the evil Witch getting too close to us for comfort at one point. Adding to the traditional play, new technology brought another dimension to the production. On-screen graphics made the tornado scene more real and the effects used when the ‘baddie’ was killed made the famous melting scene even more satisfying to watch. What made this play such a hit with everyone who went was the cast. We were instantly on Dorothy’s side when her nasty neighbour took her beloved dog away and all the key characters were played with humour and warmth, making us love them

Friday 6th May Loz Netto Band at The Malt Shovel, Horsham

Reoffender at The Bedford, Horsham Trailer Trash at The Queen’s Head, Horsham

Kit Bradshaw at The Tanners Arms, Horsham Extra Live Fridays at The Xtra Time Bar, Broadbridge Heath (Sports Centre In Tesco’s Carpark)

Saturday 7th May Cardinal Sin & The Preachers at The Kings Arms, Horsham Hollows Of Venus at The Queen’s Head, Horsham

The Conspiracy at The Malt Shovel, Horsham Brighton Hype at The Bedford, Horsham

Alter Ego at The Tanners Arms, Horsham

A Gig For Carl - The Rumour - Dizzy Tales - Dangerously Danny Band - Henry’s Head - Ken Birch - Roy - Rory Flynn at The Apple Tree, Ewhurst Road

Local stars dazzle like the Emerald City in The Capitol’s latest stage production James Hood

Gigs are sometimes cancelled or changed at short notice. To avoid disappointment please contact the venue.

Chinchilla Zilla at The Cherry Tree, Copthorne Trapper at The Hen And Chicken, Southwater

Tuesday 10th May Open Mic Night at The Cherry Tree Inn, Faygate from the beginning. The lead role of Dorothy went to Sally Capewell, from Brighton, whose American accent was executed flawlessly. Her singing voice contributed to making the show seem as professional as those on the West End. The star hit every note perfectly and had a soft tender tone, perfect for the character she was playing. Her sidekicks didn’t disappoint either. Will Hackett, as the Scarecrow, Terry Foster, as the Cowardly Lion and The Capitol’s very own Michael Gattrell, as the Tinman performed equally as well individually as they did as a team and also belted out their solos brilliantly. The performers also benefited from high-quality sets and costumes, which wouldn’t look out of place in a national tour production. As always the team behind the scenes at The Capitol worked hard to ensure everything ran smoothly.

The story of Dorothy and her friends dates back to the 1930s. This production brought it up to date, with clever comedy and technology, without losing any of the charm that has made us love it for all these years.

Wednesday 11th May Open Mic Night at The Tanners Arms, Horsham Thursday 12th May Open Mic With Gabby at The Queen’s Head, Horsham

Willie Austin at The Cricketers Arms, Wisborough Green Friday 13th May Matron at The Malt Shovel, Horsham Rock:HYC - Fearless Vampire Killers - Munroe Effect - The Brilliantly Simple - Mimi Soya at Horsham Youth Club, Hurst Road, Horsham The Toons at The Tanners Arms, Horsham

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Entertainment

Ticket offer for Spring Awakening Young stars of the stage are performing a modern take on one of the most talked about plays for generations. Why not book two for one tickets to see it next week? Don’t miss the West Sussex County Youth Theatre’s production of Spring Awakening at The Capitol next week. The production company is offering two tickets for the price of one, so book tickets today for one of theatre’s most talked about productions. Written by Franks Wedeki, the controversial tragedy tackles the sexually repressive culture in the 1800s and is a direct portrayal of the journey from adolescence to adulthood. The musical version achieved cult status with young audiences globally, with its overbearing, strict generation trying to suppress the rise of teenage desire. This new musical tells the timeless tale of youth and has been dubbed a historic version of the channel 4

series, Skins. With an alternative rock soundtrack by Duncan Sheik, the musical picked up eight Tony awards while on Broadway and, after the Lyric Hammersmith took the risk to transfer it in 2009, its run in the West End won four Oliver Awards. West Sussex County Youth Theatre, one of the last remaining county council-funded youth theatres has worked with the award-winning OnO Theatre on this version of the play, which can be seen at The Capitol from Wednesday, May 11 to Friday, May 13 at 7.30pm. Together, the two theatre companies have formed an outstanding team to make the musical relevant to young people growing up in the South East today.

Performed by Sussex-based, young actors aged between 16 and 25, the company are led by a team of creative professionals at the top of their game. The skilled and acclaimed production team includes Robin Belfield as director, with Neil Irish designing and lighting designer Mark Dymock. Producer, Anne Fenton, said: “With lots of changes that affect young people in society today, it seems timely to present a musical that gives this new generation a voice. “Whilst the content may seem controversial to an adult audience, the company feel it’s the right time to highlight the issues going on with young people today.” Tickets: £12 or £10 concession. £7 Group Tickets.

To take advantage of the 2 for 1 offer call The Capitol box office on 01403 750220 and quote ‘The Resident’. Please note the offer is not available online or on tickets already purchased.

True Grit charity viewing The Mary How Trust will be showing True Grit as its next fundraising film. The screening takes place on Tuesday, May 24 at West Chiltington Village Hall at both 3pm and 7.30pm. The movie stars Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Josh Brolin and is a remake of the 1969 John Wayne classic. Tickets cost £5.00, including membership and are available on the door and from:

Spring Awakening starlets prepare for showtime

Horsham Folk Club welcomes duo Katriona Gilmore and Jamie Roberts are performing at Horsham Folk Club on Sunday, May 8. They combine astounding laptapping guitar, fiery fiddle and their trademark harmonies with considerable songwriting talent to make a truly distinctive sound. FishRecords UK proclaimed their debut album ‘Shadows and Half Light’ (released in 2008) to be “one of the finest contemporary folk albums in recent memory”. Gilmore and Roberts have been

wowing audiences across the country with their displays of instrumental technique. A ‘sum greater than its parts’, they make a bigger sound than you’d expect from two people. 2010 saw the duo complete a nationwide tour, land the coveted opening act on Fairport Convention’s 2011 Winter Tour, and release their muchanticipated second album, ‘Up From The Deep’.  Fresh and innovative while deeply rooted in tradition, Katriona said: “You can definitely hear our

individual influences coming out more than on our previous album. I’ve been listening to more bluegrass, and Jamie’s really got stuck into the English tradition. These two ends of the spectrum, the English and the American, work well together.” See the duo perform at Horsham Folk Club, Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham. Tickets: £6 (Members £4), under 21s and students free; available on the door from 7.45pm. For more information call 01403 276273.

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ROCK ‘N’ ROLL PARADISE Thursday 5 May 8pm Bringing to life the giants of the Rock ‘n’ Roll years, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison and Eddie Cochran, this show will have you up on your feet and dancing in the aisles!

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THE GRUFFALO’S CHILD Saturday 7 & Sunday 8 May Sat 2pm & 4.30pm, Sun 11am & 2pm Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s award winning book is brought to life in this magical, musical adaptation. One wind and windy night the Gruffalo’s child ignores her father’s warning about the deep dark wood and tiptoes out into the snow. After all the big bad mouse doesn’t really exist…does he?

BARNSTORMERS COMEDY Sunday 15 May 7.30pm Top comedy in The Studio, this month, host Kevin Precious introduces engaging Pete Jonas, ukulele wielding Ria Lina and a third act to be confirmed.

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A VICTORIAN MIKADO Tuesday 17 May 10.30am Set in a brightly coloured Japan of 1885, The Mikado is given the full Krazy Kat treatment featuring Sullivans music, masks, puppets, dance, song and fully integrated sign language. For ages 8-11.

BARRY CRYER BUTTERFLY BRAIN Wednesday 18 May 7.30pm Join old Baz for a stream of unconscious and sit down comedy, as he takes you on a alphabetical, hypothetical journey from A to Z. WEST END GOES BALLROOM Friday 20 May 8pm The show that brings together two of the nations favourite entertainment genres, the magic of the musicals and the beauty of the ballroom. Hear the hits from the worlds most popular musicals combined with jaw-dropping ballroom dance.

Box Office 01403 750220 www.thecapitolhorsham.com THE SEARCHERS Saturday 21 May 8pm This fully self-contained concert includes all of the bands famous hits, plus many of their original album recordings, B-Sides and a selection of other collector and well know favourites. THE ESSENCE OF IRELAND Sunday 22 May 7.30pm The critically acclaimed Essence of Ireland is a breathtaking show like not other. With superb musicianship, playing traditional and modern music, mixed with spectacular dance routines this show is taking theatres by storm! ARTHUR SMITH EXPOSED Friday 27 May 8pm Join comedian, writer, broadcaster and all-round British institution Arthur Smith and bask in an evening of laughter, sublime playfulness, jokes, anecdotes, short stories and a touch of rudeness thrown in for good measure. LITTLE HOWARD AND THE MAGIC PENCIL OF LIFE AND DEATH Wednesday 1 June 2pm Big Howard and the animated 6 year old Little Howard burst out of the television set and onto stage for some half term holiday fun! This unique family show features sing-a-long songs, innovative 3D animation and hilarious interactive stand-up.

CINEMA Friday 6 May - Thursday 12 May SOMETHING BORROWED (12A) Digital Daily (not Sun) 5.30pm & 8pm Plus 2.30pm Wed Sun 8pm only

THOR 3D (12A) Daily 5pm & 7.30pm Plus 2.30pm Sat & Sun

WINNIE THE POOH (U) Digital Sat 10.30am, 1.30pm & 3.30pm Sun 2pm & 4.45pm


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Met Opera Live in HD Watch the Met’s forthcoming performances live on screen at The Capitol in Horsham The Met’s opera performances from its 2011/2012 season will be shown live in HD on the big screen at The Capitol. The screenings follow the hugely successful performances of The Met Live in HD that have been shown previously. The Met’s Peabody and Emmy Award-winning series of live transmissions into cinemas around the world sold more than 2.2 million tickets during the 2009/2010 season – tripling the number of people who have watched it. The new season, which begins in

October, features 11 transmissions, all screened live in high definition from The Metropolitan Opera, New York, into The Capitol’s Screen 1. The programme includes performances of Anna Bolena (Donizetti) on Saturday October 15, Don Giovanni (Mozart) on Saturday October 29, Rodelinda (Handel) on Saturday December 3 and Ernai (Verdi) on Saturday February 25. For more information and for the full season’s details contact The Capitol’s box office on 01403 750220 or visit www.thecapitolhorsham.com

Barry Cryer in Captain Jack’s back – in 3D Butterfly Brain Have you noticed that all the letters in the alphabet are in the right order? Join ‘old Baz’ for a stream of unconsciousness and sit down comedy, as he takes an alphabetical and hypothetical journey from A to Z. Come along with him as he embarks on an odyssey of oddities from Aardvark to Zulu. Where ‘Flabbergasted’ means appalled at how much weight you’ve gained! For the first time, he can claim to be a man of letters, even including X. Bear with him, or Winnie the Pooh and Tigger as they were known. Next to Baz you will spot Colin Sell at the P & O!  On stage on Wednesday, May 18 at 7.30pm. Tickets: £17.50 or concessions: £15. For more information or to book contact the box office on 01403 750220 or visit www.thecapitolhorsham.com

The fourth film in the Pirates of The Caribbean series of blockbusters is coming to The Capitol on Wednesday, May 18. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Rob Marshall and captures the fun, adventure and humour that ignited the hit franchise – and this time, it’s in 3D. Johnny Depp returns to his iconic

role of Captain Jack Sparrow in an action-packed tale of truth, betrayal, youth and demise. The international cast includes franchise vets Geoffrey Rush as the vengeful Captain Hector Barbossa, and Kevin R. McNally as Captain Jack’s longtime comrade Joshamee Gibbs, plus Sam Claflin as a stalwart missionary and Astrid Berges-Frisbey as a mysterious mermaid.

Comedians stand up for season finale On May 15, catch the last of The Barnstormers Comedy nights as the series of Sunday night stand up shows comes to an end (for now). A group of first class comedians descend on Horsham’s Capitol in The Barnstormers Comedy show for the evening, which is compered by resident host Kevin Precious. Funny man Kevin usually kicks off the proceedings with an introductory

set (often involving his audience), and hosts the evening by introducing each act. Many of the comedians are from the London circuit and the standard is always high, humouring the crowd with their own material, most of which is impressively spontaneous. Originally established in East Sussex, the Barnstormers popularity has seen it touring across the South and

nationally. It’s not for sensitive types, and includes a lot of adult humour. But if you can handle that, it’s a terrific way to spend a Sunday evening and forget you’ve got to go back to work the next day. Tickets are £10 in advance or £12 on the night. To book call the Box Office on 01403 750220 or visit www. thecapitolhorsham .com for tickets and dates.

Showing on the big screen Something Borrowed

Thor 3D

Winnie the Pooh

Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin star in this rom com about love and friendship. The women’s bond is tested when they both fall for the same guy, played by Colin Egglesfield. Based on the novel by Emily Giffin.

Oscar winner Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth star in this action film directed by Kenneth Branagh. Based on the comic book by the same name, Thor is an arrogant warrior banished to Earth, where he will become the planet’s defender. Also starring Anthony Hopkins and Jeremy Renner.

It’s an ordinary day in Hundred Acre Wood, as Winnie the Pooh tries to find some honey. But his adventures begin when he misinterprets a note from Christopher Robin, who they think has been kidnapped. Together with trusty Eyore and Piglet, Pooh must find their friend in another heartwarming tale from Walt Disney.

For more information or to book tickets visit www.thecapitolhorsham.com or call The Box Office on 01403 750220


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Entertainment - TV

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6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 The Pink Panther Show (R) 12.00 Vote 2011 1.00 Animal Park (R) 2.00 Vote 2011 3.00 Flog It! (R) 3.45 Helicopter Heroes 4.15 Pointless. (R) 5.00 Vote 2011. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Menu. 7.00 Railway Walks (R) 7.30 Verdict on 7/7: A Newsnight Special 8.00 Petworth House – The Big Spring Clean 8.30 Gardeners’ World 9.00 Monty Don’s Italian Gardens The horticulturist concludes his journey in the north of Italy. Last in the series. 10.00 Frank Skinner’s Opinionated (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.35 Later with Jools Holland 12.35 FILM: Lawn Dogs. (1997) Drama, starring Mischa Barton and Sam Rockwell. 2.15 BBC News 4.35 Close

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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 Alan Titchmarsh Show 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (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 Baboons with Bill Bailey 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 Paul O’Grady Live With James Corden and Ross Kemp. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The Cube (R) 11.35 Take Me Out (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 In Plain Sight (R) 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

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6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8.00 Frasier (R) 8.30 Friends (R) 9.00 Wife Swap USA (R) 9.55 Relocation, Relocation (R) 10.55 A Place by the Sea 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Make Do & Mend 12.35 The TV Book Club (R) 1.05 Jamie at Home (R) 1.35 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage of this afternoon’s meeting at Chester. 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away Properties in north Wales and Abruzzo, Italy. 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Quiz show, presented by Davina McCall. 10.25 Jimmy Carr: Telling Jokes (R) 11.25 The Ricky Gervais Show 12.00 Music on 4: Fight for Your Right Revisited 12.30 Music on 4: Chase & Status: Live in London (R) 12.55 My Name Is Earl (R) 1.40 Freaky (R) 2.05 Undressing My Mother (R) 2.15 Farewell Packets of 10 (R) 2.20 Brain Damage (R) 2.25 Ugly Betty (R) 3.10 Hill Street Blues (R) 4.00 The Unofficial – Royal Wedding (R) 4.50 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

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6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.05 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (R) 12.05 Meals in Moments 12.10 5 News Lunchtime 12.20 Law & Order (R) 1.15 Home and Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 The Vanessa Show 3.05 Chinese Food in Minutes (R) 3.10 FILM: Flood: A River’s Rampage. (1997) Drama, starring Richard Thomas. 5.00 5 News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. Weekday magazine show, hosted by Kate Walsh and Matt Johnson. 7.00 5 News at 7 7.30 Fifth Gear; 5 News Update 8.00 Ice Road Truckers The drivers are forced to team up for safety reasons; 5 News at 9 9.00 The Mentalist The owner of a dating website is murdered. 10.00 Law & Order A university student is shot dead at a political rally. 10.55 The Walking Dead (R) 11.55 Cops in Crisis (R) 12.15 SuperCasino 4.05 Motorsport Mundial 4.30 Fifth Gear (R) 4.55 County Secrets (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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6.00 Breakfast 7.35 Match of the Day (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 The Big Questions 11.00 The Politics Show; Weather for the Week Ahead. 12.10 Formula 1: The Turkish Grand Prix Live. The fourth race of the season (Start-time 1.00pm). 3.25 Escape to the Country 4.25 Life of Riley. (R) 4.55 Points of View. 5.10 Songs of Praise. 5.45 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 6.10 Land Girls. Connie fears a young evacuee is in danger. (R) 7.00 Countryfile Julia Bradbury and Matt Baker visit Cornwall’s Penwith Peninsula. 8.00 Antiques Roadshow From Hutton-in-theForest, Cumbria. 9.00 Atlantis Historical drama, starring Stephanie Leonidas and Reece Ritchie. 10.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 10.25 The Gatwick Baby: Abandoned at Birth Steven Hydes’ search for his true identity. 11.25 FILM: Irresistible (2006) Thriller, starring Susan Sarandon; Weatherview 1.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef (R) 2.05 Holby City (R) 3.05 Churches: How to Read Them (R) 3.35 BBC News

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6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 11.00 Formula 1: The Turkish Grand Prix – Qualifying. Live coverage of the session at Istanbul Park (Start-time 12.00pm). 1.30 The Sky at Night (R) 1.50 Diagnosis Murder (R) 2.35 FILM: Legend. (1985) Fantasy adventure, with Tom Cruise. 4.00 Live Challenge Cup Rugby League. Leeds Rhinos v Crusaders. 5.30 Flog It! (R) 6.00 FILM: Carry On at Your Convenience. (1971) Comedy, starring Sid James. 7.30 Dad’s Army A secret weapon goes haywire and threatens Walmington-on-Sea. (R) 8.00 Versailles: The Dream of a King Docudrama recreating the life and loves of Louis XIV. (R) 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You Alexander Armstrong hosts, with guests Ross Noble and Victoria Coren. (R) 9.45 Hattie Drama, starring Ruth Jones. 11.10 This Is Your Life (R) 11.40 Later with Jools Holland (R) 12.45 FILM: Swimming with Sharks. (1994) Black comedy, starring Kevin Spacey. 2.15 Close

ITV1

6.00 CITV: Mini CITV 7.25 CITV 8.25 House Gift (R) 9.25 Coronation Street 12.10 This Morning: Saturday 1.10 ITV News; Weather 1.15 Monk 2.10 Totally You’ve Been Framed! (R) 3.10 FILM: The Man with the Golden Gun. (1974) James Bond thriller, starring Roger Moore and Christopher Lee. 5.30 Regional News; Weather 5.45 ITV News; Weather 6.00 New People Do the Funniest Things. A man who can pull trains with his teeth. 7.00 Sing if You Can Contestants include Jedward and Toyah Willcox. 8.00 Britain’s Got Talent Ant and Dec host the latest round of auditions. 9.00 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: David Hasselhoff The Britain’s Got Talent judge talks about his career and personal life. 10.00 ITV News; Weather 10.15 FILM: Magnum Force (1973) Action thriller sequel, starring Clint Eastwood. 12.25 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Swingtown (R) 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 British GT Championship 7.25 The Grid 7.55 The Morning Line 8.50 T4: Friends (R) 9.20 T4: Koko Pop 9.50 T4: Friends (R) 10.25 T4: Glee 11.20 T4: Great British Hairdresser 12.25 T4: The Big Bang Theory (R) 12.55 T4: The Big Bang Theory (R) 1.20 That Paralympic Show 1.55 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage from Ascot, Lingfield Park and Haydock Park. 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. A woman hosts an Italian-themed night. 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 4thought.tv. A Christian discusses the Mormon view of the afterlife. 7.00 River Cottage Autumn Collection Highlights from the seasonal series. (R) 8.00 The Untold Battle of Trafalgar The role of foreign sailors in the Royal Navy during the Battle of Trafalgar. (R) 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Quiz show, presented by Davina McCall. 10.20 Stand Up for the Week 11.10 FILM: What Lies Beneath (2000) Supernatural thriller, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford. 1.35 Atlantic (R) 1.40 No, No, No (R) 1.45 Lucky Escape (R) 1.50 Gone Fishing (R) 2.05 Ugly Betty (R) 2.50 Running in Heels (R) 4.25 Hill Street Blues (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Meals in Moments (R) 10.10 How Do They Do It? (R) 10.40 The Gadget Show (R) 11.40 FILM: Ben-Hur. (1959) Oscar-winning epic, starring Charlton Heston. 3.50 FILM: The Train Robbers. (1973) Western, starring John Wayne. 5.35 FILM: The Green Berets. (1968) Vietnam War adventure, starring John Wayne. 8.15 5 News Weekend 8.20 NCIS Gibbs interrogates a death-row prisoner. Drama, starring Mark Harmon. (R) 9.15 CSI: Miami A woman’s body is discovered in an underground tunnel. (R) 10.15 CSI: NY Passengers on a subway carriage witness a fatal shooting. 11.15 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.15 SuperCasino 4.00 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 4.10 Nick’s Quest (R) 4.35 HouseBusters (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car (R)

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6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 10.00 Something for the Weekend 11.30 Great British Menu (R) 12.00 Priceless Antiques Roadshow (R) 12.30 Britain’s Empty Homes (R) 1.00 EastEnders 2.55 Live Challenge Cup Rugby League. Halifax RLFC v Bradford Bulls (Kick-off 3.15pm). 5.30 FILM: The Red Baron. (2008) First World War biopic, starring Matthias Schweighofer. 7.10 Richard Hammond’s Engineering Connections New series. The design secrets of Dubai’s Burj Al Arab hotel. 8.00 Britain’s Secret Seas New series. Marine life found in the seas surrounding Britain. 9.00 Lord Sugar Tackles Football The businessman explores the financial side of football. 10.00 Match of the Day 2 Including highlights of Manchester United v Chelsea. 11.10 The Shadow Line Conspiracy thriller, starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Christopher Eccleston. (R) 12.10 FILM: Ae Fond Kiss. (2004) Romantic drama, starring Atta Yaqub and Eva Birthistle. 1.50 BBC News 3.35 Close

ITV1

6.00 CITV: Mini CITV 7.25 CITV 8.25 May the Best House Win (R) 9.25 Dickinson’s Real Deal (R) 10.25 Sing if You Can (R) 11.30 This Morning: Sunday 12.30 Dinner Date (R) 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.40 FILM: Columbo: Prescription Murder. (1968) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 3.40 Britain’s Got Talent (R) 4.40 FILM: About a Boy. (2002) Romantic comedy, starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette. 6.30 Regional News; Weather 6.45 ITV News; Weather 7.00 The Cube A penguin keeper and a 31-yearold man take up the challenge. 8.00 Vera DCI Vera Stanhope investigates an 11-year-old murder case. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.15 Perspectives: Robson Green and the Pitmen Painters The actor explores how a group of 1930s miners became artists. 11.15 Surgery School A trainee makes a serious error during a delicate operation. (R) 12.15 Premiership Rugby Union 1.00 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.00 British Superbike Championship Highlights 2.55 Motorsport UK 3.45 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 That Paralympic Show (R) 7.30 Freesports on 4 7.55 T4: The Crush 8.20 T4: Friends (R) 8.50 T4: Hollyoaks 11.20 T4: Being N-Dubz in America and Beyond (R) 11.55 T4: Glee (R) 12.50 T4: The Simpsons (R) 1.25 T4: The Simpsons (R) 1.55 Celebrity Coach Trip (R) 2.25 Celebrity Coach Trip (R) 2.55 Celebrity Coach Trip (R) 3.30 Celebrity Coach Trip (R) 4.00 Celebrity Coach Trip. (R) 4.30 Deal or No Deal. 5.30 Time Team. 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 4thought. tv. A Mormon woman discusses her faith. 7.00 Come Dine with Me Four dinner-party hosts compete in east London. 8.00 The Hotel A couple’s third anniversary becomes a night to forget. 9.00 FILM: How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008) Premiere. Comedy, starring Simon Pegg. 11.10 FILM: Big Momma’s House (2000) Comedy, starring Martin Lawrence. 1.00 Japan Disaster Benefit (R) 1.45 FILM: Kontroll. (2003) Comedy thriller, starring Sandor Csanyi. 3.45 Civilization: Is the West History? (R) 4.40 Great British Brands (R) 4.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R) 5.20 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 OK! TV Sunday 11.00 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (R) 12.00 Ice Road Truckers (R) 1.00 The Hotel Inspector (R) 2.00 The King’s Speech: Revealed (R) 3.00 FILM: Short Circuit 2. (1988) Sci-fi comedy sequel, with Fisher Stevens. 5.05 5 News Weekend 5.10 FILM: Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger. (1977) Fantasy adventure, starring Patrick Wayne. 7.25 FILM: X2 (2003) The X-Men are forced into an uneasy alliance with arch enemy Magneto to battle a common foe. Superhero adventure sequel, starring Hugh Jackman. 10.00 The Walking Dead The group travels to the Centre for Disease Control. 11.05 FILM: The Dentist (1996) Horror, starring Corbin Bernsen. 12.55 Rough Guide to Eco Escapes (R) 1.15 SuperCasino 4.00 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 4.10 UEFA Europa League Highlights 5.00 Hana’s Helpline (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car (R)

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6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Missing 2011 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather 11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 11.45 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country (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 Topical stories, with Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7.30 Saints and Scroungers (R) 8.00 EastEnders 8.30 Track My Trash: Panorama 9.00 Wootton Bassett: The Town That Remembers The story of the town that has earned a royal title. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 A Question of Sport 11.05 Late Kick Off 11.35 The Graham Norton Show (R); Weatherview 12.25 Sign Zone: MasterChef (R) 1.25 Sir Bobby Charlton: Football Icon (R) 2.25 A Home for Maisie (R) 3.25 One Man and His Campervan (R) 3.55 BBC News

BBC2

6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 The Pink Panther Show (R) 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Diagnosis Murder (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2.15 Real Rescues (R) 3.00 Flog It! (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (R) 4.30 Pointless. (R) 5.15 Show Me the Monet. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Menu. 7.00 Atlantis: The Evidence – A Timewatch Special The latest research regarding the continent of Atlantis. (R) 8.00 Business Nightmares with Evan Davis How product design and manufacture can go wrong. 9.00 Children’s Craniofacial Surgery A sevenyear-old girl with a skull abnormality receives surgery. 10.00 Never Mind the Buzzcocks (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Richard Hammond’s Engineering Connections (R) 12.10 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 Alan Titchmarsh Show 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (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 The Dales 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 Strangeways New series. Day-to-day life at HM Prison Manchester. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 FILM: The Shawshank Redemption (1994) Prison drama, starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. 1.10 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 3.15 UEFA Champions League Weekly 3.40 ITV Nightscreen 4.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.05 The Hoobs (R) 6.30 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.25 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.25 Friends (R) 9.00 Wife Swap USA (R) 9.55 Relocation, Relocation (R) 10.55 A Place by the Sea 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Make Do & Mend 12.35 FILM: First Men in the Moon. (1964) Sci-fi adventure, with Lionel Jeffries and Edward Judd. 2.35 Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal or No Deal: Banker’s Birthday. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 A Year Inside Number 10 The coalition Government’s first year in office. 9.00 Gordon’s Great Escape New series. Gordon Ramsay goes on a culinary journey of southeast Asia. 10.00 FILM: 28 Weeks Later (2007) Horror sequel, starring Robert Carlyle. 12.00 The Event 12.55 Poker 1.50 The Last Days of the Raj (R) 3.20 Churchill’s Darkest Decision (R) 4.15 Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World (R) 5.10 Codex (R) 5.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.05 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (R) 12.05 Meals in Moments (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime 12.20 Law & Order (R) 1.15 Home and Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 The Vanessa Show 3.05 Rough Guide To (R) 3.20 FILM: A Stranger’s Heart. (2007) Drama, starring Samantha Mathis. 5.00 5 News at 5 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. Weekday magazine show, hosted by Kate Walsh and Matt Johnson. 7.00 5 News at 7; Weather 7.30 How Do They Do It? 5 News Update 8.00 The Gadget Show; 5 News at 9 9.00 The Hotel Inspector A B&B in the Lake District with a strict set of rules. 10.00 There’s Something About Josie 11.00 FILM: Heartbreakers (2001) Comedy, starring Sigourney Weaver. 1.15 SuperCasino 4.05 Meals in Moments (R) 4.15 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour (R) 4.55 County Secrets (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Missing 2011 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather 11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 11.45 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country (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 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Holby City Malick tries to deal with a troublesome heroin addict. 9.00 The Apprentice New series. Sixteen contestants vie for a chance to start their own business. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather; National Lottery Update 10.35 See You in Court 11.25 The Lock Up (R) 11.55 FILM: Night Watch (1995) Crime thriller, starring Pierce Brosnan; Weatherview 1.35 Sign Zone: Madagascar (R) 2.35 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best (R) 3.35 Churches: How to Read Them (R) 4.05 Great British Railway Journeys (R) 4.35 BBC News

BBC2

6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 The Pink Panther Show 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Diagnosis Murder (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2.15 Real Rescues (R) 3.00 Flog It! (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 4.30 Pointless. (R) 5.15 Show Me the Monet. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Menu. 7.00 Britain’s Secret Seas Marine life found in the seas surrounding Britain. (R) 8.00 Britain’s Next Big Thing Elaine Armstrong’s project gives Theo Williams cause for concern. 9.00 The Country House Revealed New series. Dan Cruickshank explores historic homes not open to the public. 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired! 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Lord Sugar Tackles Football (R) 12.20 BBC News 4.35 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 Alan Titchmarsh Show 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale 7.30 Military Driving School 8.00 Countrywise Paul Heiney and the team explore the landscape surrounding Loch Lomond. 9.00 Home Is Where the Heart Is New series. Four homeless people move in with celebrities for a fortnight. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 FILM: Mars Attacks! (1996) Sci-fi comedy, starring Jack Nicholson. 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Crossing Jordan 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.20 The Hoobs (R) 6.45 The Hoobs (R) 7.10 Freshly Squeezed 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8.00 Frasier (R) 8.35 Friends (R) 9.05 Wife Swap USA (R) 10.00 Relocation, Relocation (R) 11.00 A Place by the Sea 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Make Do & Mend 12.35 River Cottage Bites (R) 12.40 FILM: Journey to the Centre of the Earth. (1959) Sci-fi adventure, starring Pat Boone. 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal or No Deal: Banker’s Birthday. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Supersize vs Superskinny A sugar addict trades diets with a picky eater. 9.00 The Secret Millionaire An entrepreneur works at a young offenders’ institute in Wolverhampton. 10.00 Campus 11.05 Misfits 12.10 UK & Ireland Poker Tour 1.10 Freesports on 4 (R) 1.40 The Grid (R) 2.05 British GT Championship (R) 2.30 FIM Superbike World Championship 3.00 KOTV Boxing Weekly 3.25 FIVB Beach Volleyball (R) 4.20 Catching the Impossible (R) 5.10 Full Metal Challenge (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.05 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (R) 12.05 The Family Recipe (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime 12.20 Law & Order (R) 1.15 Home and Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 The Vanessa Show 3.05 Chinese Food in Minutes (R) 3.10 FILM: Stranger with my Face. (2009) Premiere. Mystery, starring Catherine Hicks. 5.00 5 News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. 7.00 5 News at 7 7.30 Highland Emergency (R); 5 News Update 8.00 Supersize Grime New series. Clean-up teams tackle the UK’s biggest structures; 5 News at 9 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation The team faces the prospect of a busy night shift. 10.00 CSI: Miami The unit investigates three separate murders. (R) 10.55 CSI: NY (R) 11.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.50 SuperCasino 4.05 Meals in Moments (R) 4.15 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour (R) 4.55 County Secrets (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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BBC1

6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Missing 2011 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather 11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 11.45 Cash in the Attic; BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country (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 Waterloo Road A shy pupil is caught looking at a lingerie magazine; BBC News; Regional News 8.30 Life of Riley 9.00 The Apprentice The candidates design and launch a mobile phone application. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws 10.45 Would I Lie to You? (R) 11.15 FILM: Bad Company (2002) Comedy thriller, starring Anthony Hopkins and Chris Rock; National Lottery Update; Weatherview 1.10 Sign Zone: See Hear (R) 1.40 Watchdog (R) 2.40 Atlantis (R) 3.40 One Man and His Campervan (R) 4.10 BBC News

6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Missing 2011 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; BBC News; Weather 11.00 Don’t Get Done, Get Dom 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country (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 Topical stories, with Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7.30 EastEnders Ben vents his anger at Phil; BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Watchdog Cases of over-charging, poor service and misleading claims. 9.00 Inside the Human Body How the human body keeps itself alive, from the first breath to the last. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Question Time 11.35 This Week Holiday Weatherview 12.25 Sign Zone: Track My Trash: Panorama (R) 12.55 Countryfile (R) 1.55 Antiques Roadshow (R) 2.55 Neighbourhood Watched (R) 3.40 BBC News

BBC2

6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 The Pink Panther Show 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Diagnosis Murder (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2.15 Real Rescues (R) 3.00 Flog It! (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 4.30 Pointless. (R) 5.15 Show Me the Monet. 6.00 Eggheads. Quiz show, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan. 6.30 Great British Menu. Chefs from Scotland prepare their desserts. 7.00 Coast The team explores Ireland’s Atlantic coast. (R) 8.00 The Animal’s Guide to Britain Chris Packham focuses on coastal creatures. Last in the series. 9.00 The Shadow Line Gabriel and Joseph both try to track down the driver of Wratten’s car. 10.00 Psychoville 2 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Business Nightmares with Evan Davis (R) 12.20 Children’s Craniofacial Surgery (R) 1.20 BBC News 3.40 Close

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ITV1

6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.30 Daily Politics 1.00 See Hear 1.30 To Buy or Not to Buy (R) 2.15 Real Rescues (R) 3.00 Flog It! (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 4.30 Pointless. (R) 5.15 Show Me the Monet. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Menu. 7.00 Escape to the Country A London couple look for a property in Hampshire. (R) 8.00 Two Greedy Italians Chefs Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo tour Campania. 9.00 Wonderland: The Trouble with Love and Sex 9.50 Coast 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired! 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle 11.50 FILM: French Film (2008) Romantic comedy, with Hugh Bonneville and Anne-Marie Duff. 1.15 BBC News 4.10 Close 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 Alan Titchmarsh Show 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Britain’s Best Dish. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale 7.30 Poms in Paradise 8.00 The National Movie Awards Christine Bleakley hosts the awards ceremony from Wembley Arena. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Cops with Cameras (R) 11.35 Long Lost Family (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 FILM: Alien Siege. (2005) Sci-fi thriller, starring Brad Johnson. 4.00 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.25 Friends (R) 8.55 Wife Swap USA (R) 9.50 Relocation, Relocation (R) 10.55 A Place by the Sea 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 Make Do & Mend 12.35 The TV Book Club (R) 1.05 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage from York. 3.10 Countdown 4.00 Deal or No Deal: Banker’s Birthday. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 4thought.tv 8.00 Vacation, Vacation, Vacation 8.30 Superscrimpers: Waste Not Want Not 9.00 24 Hours in A&E New series. Life inside the A&E department at King’s College Hospital in London. 10.00 Desperate Housewives 11.05 The Big Bang Theory (R) 11.30 Music on 4: Being N-Dubz in America and Beyond 12.05 Music on 4: Abbey Road Debuts 12.20 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Introduces – Yasmin 12.35 Music on 4: 4Play: Aloe Blacc 12.55 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight 1.10 Music on 4: The Crush 2.00 Supersize vs Superskinny Kids (R) 2.55 FILM: Blanche Fury. (1948) Drama, starring Valerie Hobson. 4.35 Hill Street Blues (R) 5.25 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.05 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green (R) 12.05 Meals in Moments (R) 12.10 5 News Lunchtime 12.20 Law & Order (R) 1.15 Home and Away 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 The Vanessa Show 3.05 Meals in Moments (R) 3.15 FILM: Victor. (2008) Sporting drama, starring Mark Lutz. 5.00 5 News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. 7.00 5 News at 7 7.30 Zoo Days (R); 5 News Update 8.00 Essex Jungle; 5 News at 9 9.00 NCIS A call girl is suspected of murder. 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent A doctor is murdered. (R) 10.55 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit An alleged psychic helps in the search for a missing girl. (R) 11.55 Poker: Aussie Millions 12.50 SuperCasino 4.05 Meals in Moments (R) 4.15 How Not to Decorate (R) 4.55 County Secrets (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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Beat those exam blues Julia Martin Health & Lifestyle

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We have all had four days to celebrate the nuptials of the Royals and to rejoice in the start of May – and the feel-good factor continues. May is a glorious month when we can anticipate the Summer and wonder at the beauty of nature all around us as blossoms and trees display their glory. Yet for many young people and their long-suffering parents, it represents the beginning of a long slog to the end of June when exams finally finish and the lovely days are slightly tainted by the pressure and gloom of revision deadlines. Mothers suddenly become aware that their teenagers are transforming into grumpy night creatures who burn the night oil trying to grasp the rudiments of Russian history or the declensions of French verbs. We want them to feel supported in their mission  and offer advice on healthy eating and timetables but are often met with derision. We desperately try not to nag when they seem more interested in Britain’s Top Hairdresser than the emancipation of the serfs and tiptoe around their daily mood swings. Never is the parent/child bond stretched so much as when you realise that your own knowledge cannot be automatically transferred to them by a click of a button. Our daily  lives will be  further sabotaged when the dreaded study leave descends in a week or so and there will be no more respite in the day either as they are released from

the teachers to wreak havoc on  our homes and nerves. What I suggest is that we relax and prime ourselves for the difficult time ahead  by visiting the beauty salon, gym and swimming pool. You need to be in peak condition for the trials ahead and if you can persuade your youngster to join you, they will be happier and more able to meet the challenges too. Exercise releases endorphins, which are valuable mood lifters, so make sure that the teenagers leave the bedroom and join you for a swim or a walk in the park. Relaxation and meditation help improve sleep and brain functions, so investing in a relaxation tape is always a great idea. Water is crucial as it keeps the brain alert, so make sure your offspring take a bottle of water to examinations. Don’t forget the well-known benefits of Omega 3 fish oils for memory. Encourage your teenager to take short, regular breaks and to reward themselves for completing a particular task with a healthy snack or half an hour of relaxation. Try to see yourself as a team and the atmosphere will be more productive. Visualising success is always a key motivator and it can  work very well when combined with relaxation techniques. Do not stop their regular extracurricular activities as a change of scenery and stimulating company can boost their morale during this taxing time. Keep a sense of perspective. Exams are not everything and  bright, communicative youngsters will go far even if they do not have top grades.

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National Walk to School Week Around 50,000 West Sussex pupils will be hot footing it to lessons for National Walk to School Week (May 16-20). The County Council’s Safer Routes to School (SRtS) and TravelWise teams are providing schools, nurseries and Children and Family Centres with a range of resources, competitions and activities to support their efforts. Primary schools will receive classroom registers, stickers, leaflets and posters to help them take part in the event. Following the success of last year’s competition, this year there is a creative writing and drawing competition for pupils in years one to six. The winning design will be displayed in libraries across the county. In partnership with the Library Service, Walk to School themed Library visits for some primary schools will also take place in the Littlehampton, Crawley and Worthing areas. Children will be encouraged to get the most out of their local Libraries as well as listen to stories about walking and cycling. Every West Sussex pupil who takes part in Walk to School Week will receive a voucher for one free DVD loan at their local Library. In secondary schools the County Council is joining forces with Living Streets, a national sustainable transport charity, to offer schools a campaign kit. Called ‘Free Your Feet’, it is an all school walking challenge designed to get students active on their journeys to and from school. Lionel Barnard, Deputy Leader of the County Council with responsibility for Highways and Transport, said: “The week highlights there are alternatives to car travel for the school run”.

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Eight acres of gardens and grounds with country home New to the market this spring with Address Estate Agents is a substantial four bedroom property set in eight acres of beautiful grounds just to the south of Horsham. The home in Coltstaple Lane, Newfoundout, enjoys a delightful setting surrounded by acres of countryside but is far from being remote.  Horsham is only around a mile away and the pretty village of Copsale is closer at hand.   “Martingales would be ideal for keen equestrians as there is a three box stable block and tack room as well as paddocks,” says Mo Khan of Address, “but its appeal stretches further than that thanks to the beautiful grounds which include woods and a small natural pond.” The house itself provides extensive accommodation over two floors having been the subject of considerable updating including extension.  The central sitting room of 35ft has an inglenook fireplace and doors to the gardens, while the kitchen features an Aga with a copper canopy above and has space for an american-style fridge freezer.  There is an open plan breakfast room overlooking the garden, a separate utility room and study.

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The double aspect 20ft master bedroom has french doors opening onto the garden and the second bedroom also benefits from a bright double aspect. Upstairs there are two further bedrooms and a bathroom.   Outside, the 34ft barn is currently used as a double garage but could

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grounds have just come on to the market at £799,950. For further information and an appointment for an accompanied viewing, please call Mo and Kim Khan at Address on 01403 734200 or visit their website at www.addressestateagents.co.uk

Leaders Limited, the area’s most experienced Rental Agent, are pleased to offer this stunning, beautifully presented four double bedroom detached house in the popular village of Southwater. The property, which is within easy reach of local amenities, briefly comprises of; An entrance hall, cloakroom, spacious lounge, small study, separate dining room, good size kitchen/diner with breakfast bar and integrated appliances.  Upstairs there is a lovely master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and re-fitted shower room, three further double bedrooms all with builtin wardrobes, modern re-fitted bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Other features include gas central heating, double glazing, single garage, driveway parking and an enclosed rear garden with patio.  Available unfurnished or with some furniture included. Viewing highly recommended. £1,650 pcm. Contact Leaders on 01403 217585.

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Property - Ask the Experts

If you would like to ask our panel of industry experts a question, please send an email to: asktheexperts@the-resident.co.uk

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The Mortgage Consultant The Surveyor

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Ross Attwood BA (hons) Partner Harper James

Q A

I’ve seen a house I like very much but don’t know what represents a fair offer?

You have to ask yourself the following question; ‘How upset would I be if someone else beat me to it and bought it?’ Presuming you would be upset, you need to then put a monetary value on just how upset and offer the maximum you are prepared to pay above which you would no longer be upset but would simply deduce that someone else is paying too much for it…. If you learn later that you could have secured the property that someone else bought by going up another few thousand, then you simply failed to follow the golden rule above! Sounds simple and it is really – try not to fall into the trap of trying to double guess what the owner will take – they probably won’t know themselves until they start a similar negotiating process on their next purchase! Market forces will ultimately value a property as long as exhaustive marketing and promotion has taken place first. We recently advertised a house that generated so much interest it sold for well over the asking price because eight potential buyers wanted it. On the other hand, sometimes a client will prefer to promote their property with a speculative Guide Price but is quite prepared to settle for a selling price up to 10% less than that figure following numerous viewings and after careful monitoring of the resultant feedback. So whilst a professional estate agent and a client can discuss between them in some detail the rational reasons why we should arrive at an intelligent asking price, it is at best an indication of where that property sits in the market relative to competing houses offering similar attributes and accommodation so as to attract the greatest amount of interest. However in the present market, we are finding that clients who receive offers below their expectations can often find that they will be able to save at least as much on the property they are buying next, so are actually no worse off. I hope this helps and good luck. If you are contemplating putting your house on the market this Spring or would like an answer to any property-related question, please call me on 01403 732727 or email ‘rossattwood@harper-james.co.uk’ Harper James Land & Property The Old Post Office, Worthing Road. Southwater West Sussex RH13 1RD 01403 732727 www.harper-james.co.uk

Simon Rollison Broker Consultant Mercier Allen

Q A

I’m a first time buyer, how can I improve my chances of obtaining a mortgage?

Many potential home owners believe that 2011 could be a good time to purchase their first property. With house prices reducing to levels not seen for many years and interest rates at record lows, the assumption would appear correct. Job security is obviously a concern for some, but the main stumbling block could be securing the funding. I don’t expect the recent rise in VAT to have an adverse effect on the housing market lenders are still more concerned with the risk of lending and the price of money on the swap markets. At present Banks and Building Societies are adverse to any type of excessive financial risk. They are also acutely aware that the advice of the FSA is for lenders to be responsible in their lending. No one wants to see a repeat of the banking crisis and in my opinion we are not going to see the return of volume lending at 95% for many months, or even years to come. This all poses a problem for a first time buyer. On the risk front the lender can’t refer back to a track record of mortgage payments and even if you have been renting proving affordability of mortgage payments can still be difficult. On the deposit front (especially with house prices in West Sussex being above the country average) a greater emphasis is placed on the size of the deposit and also how it has been accumulated. However, there are many things that first time buyers can do, to improve their chances of a mortgage application being accepted. Firstly is your deposit. The larger the deposit the less risk to the lender, so the better your chances of the application being accepted next and very importantly is your Credit Score. Make sure all current financial commitments are up to date and paid on time. Also the conduct of your bank account make sure there are no refused direct debits or bounced cheques. Ideally, make sure the balance is in credit, but certainly never over an agreed overdraft limit. Your employment history is also important. The more stable your employment history the better. Somebody that has only been in their job for three months will be deemed high risk. Next is the Voters Roll. Make sure you are registered at your current address. The fewer addresses you have lived at in the past three years, the better. Finally your documentation. Make sure you can provide evidence of all income’s that you receive. Also have at least two forms of identification and at least three months bank statements available at the time of your application. In summary First Time Buyers are having applications granted by Banks and Building Societies, but applying to the right bank in the right way is of paramount importance. For further information and advice about any mortgage requirement, please contact me on 01403 268562. Alternatively if you would like to ask a question, please e-mail info@mercierallen. co.uk.

Please note that this article does not constitute as advice, anyone seeking independent advice should contact an independent financial adviser. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage Mercier Allen and Associates Limited is an Appointed Representative of IN Partnership the trading name of The On-Line Partnership Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

Mercier Allen 43 – 44 Carfax, Horsham. West Sussex RH12 1EQ 01403 268562 www.mercierallen.co.uk

Duncan Jagger MRICS Chartered Surveyor Harper James

Q

Our house in Southwater suffers from heavy moss on the roof, leading to frequent gutter overflow. A roofing contractor has suggested that he can brush the roof clear of moss, working from roof ladders, and then install copper strips at intervals on the roof. Supposedly this will react with rain to deter moss growth. I wonder if you have heard of this treatment and its efficiency. The idea is new to me.

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Copper strips or wire can inhibit moss growth as the corrosion product, copper oxide, is washed down the roof by the rain. Copper salts are a main ingredient of many commercial herbicides and fungicides. Depending on the roofing materials, metallic copper can sometimes lead to green staining. But the main danger is galvanic corrosion — that is, the accelerated corrosion that takes place when two dissimilar metals are connected by water. This is most obvious between copper and aluminium, so the copper trick should never be used if you have aluminium alloy windows or guttering – the combination has been known to eat holes in aluminium gutters within a few months. However, galvanic corrosion can also take place between copper and zinc, and copper and iron — which would put cast-iron guttering and various steel fixings at risk. Roof moss is one of the subjects that attracts large volumes of letters and emails in my inbox. As ever, my advice is not to worry about it. If it is really causing regular gutter blockages, then fit gutter guards or preferably wider guttering and downpipes. My own roof has a lot of moss, but my 125mm (5in) gutters — fixed with a decent fall – have never been blocked by it. I also suggest that concerned readers peruse the property adverts in Country Life magazine. You will notice that the more moss on the roof, the higher the price of the country house!! If you have any queries or require a survey on your property, please call or Email Duncan Jagger on 01403732727, duncanjagger@harper-james.co.uk

Harper James Land & Property The Old Post Office, Worthing Road. Southwater West Sussex RH13 1RD 01403 732727 www.harper-james.co.uk


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90% Mortgages Available “There are still mortgages available – both for First Time Buyers and existing home owners” - that’s the message from Mortgage Solutions Limited, Horsham’s longest established independent mortgage consultancy, now in it’s 25th year. Clive Hancocks, Director of Mortgage Solutions said that “despite recent dramatic and negative headlines, deals are still available for most people and those looking to move house should not be discouraged from seeking expert advice. 90% mortgages are readily available from several lenders and there is no shortage of funds. Despite the ever changing market, there are still mortgages available for those who have a deposit.” “Lower demand for property has pushed prices down, allowing capable buyers now to purchase at bargain levels,” Clive said. He continued: “The media has recently reported that mortgage approvals had reached an all-time low but this is not surprising at all. Fewer people have been buying houses so fewer mortgages were required. When house sales pick up again so will the uptake of mortgages.” With news of the changing mortgage situation hitting the headlines almost daily, Clive Hancocks and Paul Watts of Mortgage Solutions Limited give advice to those now considering a move.

It’s not all gloom and doom for the housing market and the mortgage industry... Q What exactly is happening

with mortgages at the moment?

A In simple terms the financial

markets in which banks happily lent funds to other banks have effectively slowed dramatically. For borrowers in the UK, the net effect has been a reduction in the number of mortgage products available. In addition, lenders have become more cautious in terms of whom, and to what degree they are prepared to lend.

Q So does that make it impossible to borrow at the moment?

A

No, not at all. It is important not to be put off by the negative news on the television and radio. There is still a market out there and some lenders are willing to lend up to 90%. The most important thing is to get expert advice. The market is changing so quickly that now more than ever is the time to seek out a truly independ-

ent mortgage consultancy. We will be able to fully determine your circumstances, and in the majority of cases will be able to find a suitable source of funds at the most competitive rates to meet individual needs.

Q But are independent mort-

gage advisers truly independent?

A

Yes. We, at Mortgage Solutions Limited, for example, are able to look at the entire market to help you to find the most appropriate product. More than two thirds of mortgages arranged in the UK are conducted by brokers and many of those products are only available via the broker route. Mortgage advisers tied to banks or building societies will just consider their own deals.

Q But the news reports say

the cost of mortgages is now so

much greater than it was this time last year…

A

Again, these stories do not really reflect the entire market and there are different deals available to different clients. It is true that those who are still able to borrow are finding that the rates of interest now on offer are often higher than they were 12 months ago, but still historically low. But again, an independent adviser can help you to find the best of what is available.

Q What would you say to people who are not sure whether they should move or stay put?

A

Firstly, take advice from your local estate agent about the market situation in your area. An agent such as Woodlands in Horsham (01403 270270) will be able to give you a true picture of how easy it will be to sell and buy. Then take mortgage advice from us. When you find your ideal next

Clive Hancocks FPC CeMap Director

home, we should be able to help you find a mortgage. The market may have changed but there should be something available to most people.

Q What do you think will happen long-term?

A It’s hard to say. There will al-

ways be people who have to move house (and remortgage for a variety of reasons) and once vendors understand that prices have softened, the market should start to move again. I hope the current situation with mortgages is short-term. The Bank of England intervention is intended to encourage inter-bank lending again and to help the markets return to a greater degree of normality. Individuals need to make the decision that is right for them - but I would certainly suggest they do that, after seeking independent advice from the experts.

Paul Watts CeFA CeMap Director

A founding director of Mortgage Solutions. Over 35 years in the mortgage industry. His career started at the Leeds Permanent Building Society for two years in London before moving to the Cheltenham & Gloucester Building Society for twelve years where he managed 3 offices of the Society culminating in the management of the Head Office branch in Cheltenham. This was followed by his position of Business Development Manager at Citibank just before forming Mortgage Solutions in Horsham in 1986.

A career in Financial Services for over 20 years. He started with the Prudential with a 7 year spell as a Financial Advisor embracing all aspects of financial services. He then moved on to the Abbey National as a Manager for five years handling all aspects of mortgage advice. In 2002, Paul joined Mortgage Solutions Limited as Senior Mortgage Advisor and became a Director in 2008.

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Four bedroom home set in landscaped gardens Guy Leonard & Company is delighted to bring to the market a very well presented spacious detached four bedroom house offering versatile accommodation with a south west facing rear garden. Internally the property benefits from three good size reception rooms together with a large entrance hall, cloakroom, study, kitchen, utility room and lean-to garden room. To the first floor is a galleried landing and four bedrooms, with ensuite

facilities to the principal bedroom and a family bathroom. Externally the property is approached via a brick block driveway leading to the double garage with mature shrub and tree borders and a lawn area. There is access from either side of the property leading to a charming landscaped rear garden, which faces south west, which is mainly laid to lawn with established shrub and tree borders.

Extremely well presented modern family home Guy Leonard & Company is delighted to bring to the market a very well presented four bedroom detached family home situated in a popular location within Thakeham. The property offers spacious and well proportioned rooms, which includes a large sitting room, separate dining room, modern fitted kitchen/ breakfast room, utility room and a cloakroom to the ground floor. On the first floor the principal bedroom enjoys an ensuite shower room with ample storage and views to the front. There are three further good size bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the property benefits from off road parking for several vehicles leading to an integral garage.

The west facing rear garden is beautifully landscaped and secluded. The Guide Price is £365,000 for the freehold interest. For further information or an appointment to view, please contact Guy Leonard & Company on 01903 742354 or visit www.guyleonard. co.uk

An internal viewing is highly recommended and the property is being offered for sale with a Guide Price of £599,950 for the freehold interest. For further information or an appointment to view, please contact Guy Leonard & Company on 01903 742354 or visit www.guyleonard. co.uk

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on display in prime position in the Park Lane Office window to co-incide with celebrations on Friday. The lifesize couple have proved a big hit with local people drawing considerable extra foot traffic to the office. Comyn and James wish to extend their very best wishes to the couple for a very happy future together.

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Two double bedrooms• Kitchen/Breakfast room• In good order • Village Location• Garden• Double Glazing

Arranged Over Three Floors• Two Reception Rooms• Conservatory• Open Fire and Log Burner• Modern Kitchen with Appliances• No Onward Chain• Large Garden• Close to Town and Station• Off Road Parking

Town House• Lounge with Balcony• Double Glazing and Gas Fired Central Heating• Four Bedrooms• Millais and Forest Catchment• Garage and Off Road Parking

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HORSHAM

£129,950 Leasehold

A One Bedroom First Floor Flat | Close Proximity to Horsham Town Centre and Mainline Station | Entrance Hall | 11’10” Kitchen | 12’ Living Room | 13’9” Bedroom | Refitted Bathroom | Double Glazing | Gas Radiator Heating | Allocated Parking | An Internal Viewing is Highly Recommended | Ideal Investment/First Time Buy | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Crawley

NORTH HORSHAM

£239,950 Freehold

HORSHAM

A Three Bedroom End Terrace House | Popular Heath Way Area of North Horsham | Refitted Kitchen | 14’4 Living Room | Open Plan to 10’9 Dining Area | Refitted Bathroom | Gas Radiator Heating | Double Glazing | Detached Garage | Driveway Parking for Several Cars | NO ONWARD CHAIN

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Crawley

£164,950 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Flat | Popular Greenacres Development | Close Proximity of Horsham Station, Park and Town Centre | Entrance Hall | 14’ Living Room | 12’10” Kitchen | Two Bedrooms | Bathroom | Gas Radiator Heating | Allocated Parking for One Car

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

HORSHAM NORTH HORSHAM

£209,950 Freehold

A Three Bedroom Terraced House | Situated on the Popular North Heath Lane | 10’6 Kitchen | 14’3 Living Room | Open Plan to 10’6 Dining Area | Double Glazing | Gas Radiator Heating | Garage En-Bloc | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Crawley

HORSHAM

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

HORSHAM

£274,950 Freehold

A Well Presented Three Bedroom Semi Detached House | Situated on the Popular Lambs Farm Road | Refitted Kitchen | Through Lounge/Diner | Refitted Bathroom | Garage & Driveway | Gas Radiator Heating | Recently Rewired and New Double Glazing

Crawley

£249,950 Freehold

TOWN CENTRE

A Two Double Bedroom Victorian Semi-Detached House | Close Proximity of Horsham Mainline Station and Town Centre | Entrance Hall | Living Room | Separate Dining Room | Refitted Kitchen | Refitted Bathroom | Two Double Bedrooms | En-Suite Shower Room | Gas Radiator Heating | Double Glazing | An Internal Viewing is Highly Recommended

Crawley

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

TOWN CENTRE

HORSHAM

£174,950 Leasehold

CALLING ALL INVESTMENT BUYERS..........BUY WITH TENANT INSITU | Currently Achieves £775pcm | A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Built in Approximately 2004 | Popular Development within Horsham Town Centre | 21’11 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Bedrooms | Bathroom | Double Glazing | Balcony | Secure Underground Parking | LIFT

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Crawley

£136,995 Leasehold

AA One Bedroom First Floor Apartment | Situated in the Pedestrianised Carfax | 8’1 Kitchen | Open Plan to 12’11 Living Room | 11’7 Double Bedroom | Double Glazing | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Horsham

£299,950 Freehold

A Bay Fronted Victorian Three Bedroom Semi Detached House | Situated Within Close Proximity of Horsham Town Centre & Mainline Railway Station | 13’7 Refitted Kitchen | Open Plan Living/Dining Room | Refitted Bathroom | 14’2 Master Bedroom | Upstairs WC | Garden in Excess of 100ft | NO ONWARD CHAIN

Property of the Week

£425,000 Freehold

An Extended Four Bedroom Detached House | Situated in Popular Residential Area within North East Horsham |

Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Spacious Lounge | Separate Dining Room/Family Room | Downstairs Cloakroom | Conservatory | Four Bedrooms | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Facilities | Garage & Driveway Parking for 4/5 Vehicles | NO CHAIN

Property of the Week

£214,950 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom First Floor Luxury Apartment | Built by Rydon Homes in Approximately 2004 | Popular Gated Development of The Comptons | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Second Double Bedroom | Spacious Hall Leading to Bathroom | 17’ Living Room Opening to the Kitchen | Gas Radiator Heating | Double Glazing | Allocated Parking | An Internal Viewing is Highly Recommended | NO ONWARD CHAIN

£139,995 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Top Floor Apartment | Newly Built Approx. Four Years Ago | Situated in Popular Residential Area of Tollgate Hill | 22'2 Open Plan Kitchen\ Living Room | Two Double Bedrooms | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

HORSHAM

HORSHAM £139,999 Leasehold

A One Bedroom Top Floor Flat with LIFT | Situated in Popular Location off Ashleigh Road | 8’1 Kitchen | 14’9 Living Room Open Plan to Dining Area | 10’11 Bedroom | Secure Underground Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN

£269,950 Freehold

A Three Bedroom Town House | Situated within Close Proximity of Horsham Town Centre & Mainline Station | 12’6 Kitchen/Breakfast Room | 9’8 Dining Room/Study | Downstairs Cloakroom | 12’7 Living Room | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Double Glazing | Gas Radiator Heating | Allocated Parking Space in Covered Car Port Area

** INVESTORS ONLY SOLD WITH TENANT INSITU ** Ground Floor Studio Apartment | Popular Village of Broadbridge Heath | 13’2 Living Room | Open Plan to 6’10 Bedroom Area

Horsham

£289,950 Freehold

| 8’4 Refitted Kitchen | Bathroom | Double Glazing | Allocated parking | An Internal

A Three Bedroom 'Charles Church' Link Detached House | Downstairs Cloakroom | Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room | 15'8 Living Room | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Refitted Bathroom | Double Glazing | Gas Radiator Heating | Attached Garage | Driveway Parking for Two Cars

HORSHAM

Viewing is Highly HORSHAM Recommended | NO ONWARD CHAIN

£174,950 Leasehold

A Two Bedroom Split Level Maisonette | Within Close Proximity of Horsham Mainline Station | Ideal Opportunity for Investment/First Time Buy | Entrance Area | To the First Floor are Living/Dining Room and Refitted Kitchen | To the Second Floor are Two Bedrooms and Refitted Bathroom | Garage En-Bloc | NO ONWARD CHAIN

£127,995 Leasehold A Two Bedroom First Floor Luxury Apartment | Built by Rydon Homes in Approximately 2004 | Popular Gated Development of The Comptons | Master Bedroom with A One Bedroom Modern Ground Floor Apartment | Situated in North East Horsham | 23’1 Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen | 12’ Bedroom | Gas Radiator Heating | Double Glazing | Allocated Parking | NO ONWARD CHAIN


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Lettings Sales Land & New Homes Holiday Lettings Farm & Equestrian Sales & Management

www.guyleonard.co.uk

BILLINGSHURST £1,900 pcm

STORRINGTON £1,450 pcm

Bright and spacious family home on the sought after Penfold Grange development. Hall. Living Room. Dining Room. Modern Fitted Kitchen. Utility. Six Bedrooms. Four Bathrooms. Gardens. Garage and Driveway.

An immaculately presented detached house in a quiet residential area. Entrance Hall. Immaculately presented detached house in a quiet residential area. Entrance Hall. Cloakroom. Kitchen. Living/Dining Room. Utility Room. Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower & Dressing Room. Further Two Bedrooms. Bathroom. Garage. Office/Cabin. Garden.

HORSHAM £800 pcm

WISBOROUGH GREEN £775 pcm

ADVERSANE £2,250 pcm

Newly refurbished and redecorated top floor apartment. New Modern Fitted Kitchen. Spacious Living/Dining Room. Double Bedroom with Dressing Area. Large Single Bedroom. Bathroom with Shower. Ample Parking.

Elegant first floor apartment overlooking the village green. Entrance Hall. Drawing Room with Open Fire. Kitchen with Appliances. Two Double Bedrooms. Bathroom. Shared Garden. Two Parking Spaces.

Substantial executive style detached house in gardens of approximately two thirds of an acre. Entrance Hall. Drawing Room. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Laundry Room. Study. Cloakroom. Dining Room. Master Bedroom with Dressing Room and Ensuite. Four Further Bedrooms. Family Bathroom. Gated Driveway. Double Garage.

www.guyleonard.co.uk

ASHINGTON £1,000pcm

…Another Rental Success…

Modern semi-detached family house in village setting. Hallway. Kitchen. Cloakroom. Living Room. Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room. Further Double Bedroom. Single Bedroom. Family Bathroom. Garden, Garage.

STORRINGTON £825 pcm Modern end of terrace house in a pleasant location covenient for Storrington village. Centre. Entrance Hall. Cloakroom. Kitchen. Sitting/Dining Room. Conservatory. Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room. Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom. Enclosed Garden. Parking.

Horsham 01403 246750

Discover the Guy Leonard & Co Difference

• Comprehensive references on all tenants • Rent guarantee included with all tenancies (subject to terms) • Professional, local staff with many years experience • Independent company with flexible levels of service • Competitive fees • Regular inspections

Offices at Horsham, Storrington, Pulborough and London Mayfair

Storrington 01903 744166


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The Pinnacle Letting Company

The Letting Specialists

Let Us be the First for You in Lettings - Let us let for You We are an established Independent Letting Agent and our reputation is built upon our experience and the high level of service we provide.

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Delightful 1 double bedroom house Private garden Modern kitchen with appliances Parking Unfurnished Walking distance of mainline station

www.pinnaclelets.co.uk

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26 Piries Place, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1EH Tel : 01403 275030 Fax : 01403 264136 info@pinnaclelets.co.uk

1 double bedroom ground floor maisonette Newly fitted kitchen with appliances Spacious Living room Private Garden Unfurnished


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Hamptons Office Horsham Lettings. 01403 839053 horshamlettings@hamptons-int.com

Beyond your expectations

www.hamptons.co.uk

Rusper £4,500 pcm

Horsham £3,250 pcm A delightful four bedroom, four bathroom detached converted barn situated in Central Horsham.

Ifold £2,950 pcm

Dial Post £2,300 pcm A fantastic four double bedroom detached family house located on the green of the quiet village of Dial Post.

A six bedroom traditionally built country house which has been luxuriously fitted throughout.

A superb six bedroom detached family house situated in the popular area of Horsham.

West Chiltington £1,995 pcm Henfield £1,900 pcm A fantastic recently renovated three/four bedroom detached house in the heart of the popular village of A fantastic recently renovated three/four bedroom detached house in the heart of the popular village of Henfield. Henfield.

Here. There. Everywhere. At Hamptons International, we’ve always been at home with technology. We were the first UK estate agency to launch an app for iPad, the first to offer an app for iPhone, and our website has hundreds of thousands of visitors each month. So whether you’re looking to buy, sell, let or rent, with us, it couldn’t be easier.


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

Horsham Branch ÂŁ675 (pcm)

IN ST NE RU W C TI O N

Horsham

A superb one bedroom unfurnished apartment situated in sought after central location within comfortable walking distance of the Town Centre and mainline Railway Station.This attractive modern property is offered in excellent decorative order throughout and boasts a modern fully fitted kitchen with appliances,open plan living, gas central heating, spacious accommodation throughout, contemporary bathroom suite and off road parking. Early viewing is highly recommended. * Sought after central location * Spacious accommodation throughout * Modern fitted kitchen * Off road parking * Excellent decorative order

ATTENTION LANDLORDS PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED

Please call in or contact us to discuss services on 01403 256331 or horsham@connells.co.uk 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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First In Letting www.leaders.co.uk

109529 Central Horsham £675 pcm

153457 Southwater £675 pcm

598453 Broadbridge Heath £675 pcm

84037 Billingshurst £675 pcm

Modern one bedroom unfurnished ground floor flat in prime location. RENT INCLUDES WATER RATES AND HEATING.

Spacious two bedroom ground floor masionette situated in a popular residential location and benefiting from a single garage en-bloc.

A modern redecorated one bedroom end-of-terrace house situated in a quiet cul-de-sac close.

Spacious two double bedroom unfurnished ground floor flat within easy reach of village centre.

85335 Horsham £775 pcm

327781 Horsham £795 pcm

383923 Rusper £795 pcm

769328 Horsham £825 pcm

Spacious unfurnished two bedroom top floor flat with well maintained communal gardens, parking and garage.

Superb one bedroom luxury apartment set in select development close to the station and town centre.

Deceptively spacious two bedroom mid terrace cottage situated in a country village location and within easy reach of local amenities.

Superb two double bedroom maisonette situated in a quiet and popular residential area.

94177 North Horsham £875 pcm

86375 Coolham £890 pcm

578513 Horsham £895 pcm

708175 Horsham £895 pcm

Two double bedroom unfurnished house located in a popular residential area and within walking distance of Littlehaven station.

Modern two bedroom unfurnished house situated in a village location with garage, garden and superb farmland views.

Bright and spacious two bedroom executive unfurnished apartment with balcony and situated in a superb town centre location.

Two double bedroom top floor executive apartment situated within easy reach of the station and town and redecorated throughout.

86229 Horsham £925 pcm

609174 Southwater Village £975 pcm

757376 East Horsham £1100 pcm

758851 Southwater £1650 pcm

Well located three bedroom unfurnished house with garage within a short walk of the town centre and station.

Well presented and spacious three bedroom mid terraced house situated in a quiet close in Southwater.

Immaculately presented three bedroom semidetached Victorian property situated within a short walk of the town centre and station.

Superb and beautifully presented four double bedroom detached house in a quiet residential area. Optionally furnished.

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Motors Luxgen Neora concept unveiled the-resident.co.uk

Little known Taiwanese manufacturer Luxgen shone brightly in the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show, with the world premiere of its intelligent electric concept, Neora, and the perfect presentations of intelligent technology vehicles: Luxgen7 SUV, Luxgen7 CEO, and Luxgen7 MPV EV+. The Neora integrates Luxgen’s intelligent technological expertise and the idea of green energy into the new intelligent electric concept. The front-wheel-drive intelligent electric Neora is propelled by the 180kW electric induction motor. Its body weight is 1,600 kg, and acceleration from 0 to 62 mph can

be accomplished in 6.5 seconds, with the top speed of a governed 155mph. The integrated high-power rechargeable battery can support 80% of the battery charging within only one hour, and the 48 kWh lithiumion batteries gives the Neora a range claimed of up to around 250 miles when it is fully charged. The enjoyment of the cosy sunshine and scenery views is offered through the PDLC electric glass sunroof. Rear passengers can enjoy the infotainment system through an LED screen, while the driver can enjoy the ergonomic seating and benefit from the convenience of checking

important information on the headup display. Another 9-inch active intelligent information system can exchange information with other vehicles, and on the meantime provide guidance on directions. In terms of fuel economy, aerodynamics and aesthetics, the design of the front of Neora is innovatively revolutionized. The minimum intake area decreases the drag coefficient and achieves both aesthetics and energy-efficiency. A groundbreaking design concept of electric power elements is applied on the headlights, as the illuminating components inside the headlights create the hi-tech visual effect. The larger angle of the rear side lights emphasizes the body lines and its strong characteristics. The commitment of Luxgen to environmental sustainability is communicated through the integration of natural and technological elements. Recycled wood is used to present the environmentally sustainable concept on both the colours and materials by applying the leather in earth tone colours to match the original wood scheme. The centre console also applies the raw wooden scheme which is originated from non-processed and

non-dyed raw materials. Aside from sustainability messages, a natural pure innocence is expressed through the interior design. While using the eco-friendly trims, the combination of the materials and colours carries a clean green future, to which Luxgen and Neora are both committed.

Is this a promising answer to the calls for an electric vehicle for someone who doesn’t want a Nissan LEAF? Expect the Luxgen Neora to appear towards the end of the year in a less concept version, ready for the market release in China in early 2012, although when it’s expected in the UK, we’ll have to wait and see.

One of the quietest races at Silverstone Olli Nott Motors Reporter

olli@the-resident.co.uk

Sunday saw the arrival of a new type of racing series to Silverstone, the home of British motor racing. Greenpower promotes engineering and technology as careers to students aged nine to 25 in any form of full or part-time education. This is achieved through unique hands-on projects to design, build and race an electric car. By taking part in the Greenpower Corporate Challenge, all participants are given an insight into the real, tangible world of engineering. Since starting in 1999, it has expanded from being a 22-car secondary school event to a nationwide project holding the Goblin Formula series for primary school children, the original Formula 24 for secondary schools and Formula 24+ for teams aged 16-25. The competition is becoming increasingly popular, which stands as a testament to its unique approach to engineering and its ability to bring together and excite young people from a variety of different areas and backgrounds. Not only does Greenpower approach the idea of engineering from a less mainstream direction than normal lessons or after-school clubs, it also encourages creativity and most

importantly enthusiasm and co-operation in problem-solving – invaluable skills for any young person, whether they decide to pursue an engineering career or not. One thing’s for sure, being in a Greenpower team is an experience that its members never forget.

All participants are given an insight into the real, tangible world of engineering

The Corporate Challenge gives teams an opportunity to construct their own vehicles, with employees as drivers and pit crew, or team up with a school to help push the development of their car. Jaguar Land Rover has taken the Greenpower project on as a graduate apprentice development programme and it’s not hard to see why. The Greenpower project offers the typically more academic applicants an opportunity to apply their knowledge to a project that faces real-world challenges. The competitors ranged from some of the finest up-and-coming young engineers in Europe to some of the biggest names in the automotive industry.

Entries from Bentley and Jaguar Land Rover, Citroen and Peugeot were in attendance, battling it out in an intense four-hour endurance race against the top 15 teams from the 2010 Formula 24 National Series. So far the school teams had led the way, but 2011 proved to be the year that the corporate competitors won the title back. Electroad, with their Simple Trug car were out in front for the duration of the endurance race, with the Polish university team, Silesean Greenpower, hot on their tail. The two race leaders swapped positions halfway through the race after the battery charge on the Simple Trug wore out ahead of the planned time. But their driver, Alexander Lee, managed to claim back first position on the penultimate lap. The whole event was a fantastic day out, with access to the BRDC grandstand available for spectators, and demonstrations for Jaguar/Land Rover and the Range_e plug-in Hybrid. I’m really pleased with Electroad’s final position. I wore my gold medal with pride. Congratulations to Robert Clark, Alexander Lee, Daniel Lee and Grahame Joseph, and a huge thank you to Michael Joseph for designing and building the car. We were on top form. See www.greenpower.co.uk for more information.

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Manor Royal Industrial Estate, Crawley, RH10 9NS

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78 Billingshurst Road, Horsham, West Sussex 01403 256464

01293 540054

Official Government Test Environmental Data. Fuel consumption figures mpg (litres/100km) and CO2 emissions (g/ km). New Corsa Limited Edition range. Urban: 40.9 (6.9) – 53.3 (5.3), Extra-urban: 64.2 (4.4) – 80.7 (3.5), Combined: 53.3 (5.3) – 67.3 (4.2). CO2 emissions: 124g/km – 110g/km.

Model shown is New Corsa Limited Edition 1.2i VVT 3dr. Offer available to individuals for orders received between 01.04.11 and 30.06.11. Figures based on a non-maintenance contract hire package over 48 months and 6,000 miles per year (max). An advance rental of £597 is payable, then 47 monthly rentals of £199. Rentals and excess charges are based on the current VAT rate. An excess charge of up to 4.58ppm will be applied for mileage in excess of 6,000 miles p.a. Excess charges also apply if the car is not serviced and maintained in accordance with manufacturer guidelines and returned to Vauxhall Leasing in a condition commensurate with the BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear guidelines for its age and mileage. Package includes Road Fund Licence and Vauxhall Assistance. Offer subject to availability and status. UK supplied vehicles only. For full specification, details, terms and conditions contact your local Retailer. Guarantee and/or indemnity may be required. Applicants must be 18 or over. Details correct at time of publication and may vary, e.g. if list price changes. Personal contract hire by ALD Automotive Ltd., trading as Vauxhall Leasing, Oakwood Park, Lodge Causeway, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 3JA.


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Last week’s solutions: The letter represented by the question mark is M. Superman, Iron Man, Batwoman, all superheroes. Down 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 14. 16. 17. 19. 21.

Perch (5) Desert (7) Vigour (6) Change (5) Relate (7) Paris landmark (6,5) Yam (5, 6) Summary of business (7) A reverse (3-4) Attack (6) A spree (5) Giraffe-like animal (5)

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CRYPTIC - Across: 1 Malinger; 5 Asia; 9 Emit; 10 Athletic; 11 Snarl; 12 Rankles; 13 Press fastener; 18 Sporting; 19 Peep; 20 Epicure; 21 Awash; 22 Site; 23 Stirrups. Down: 2 Almoner; 3 Interns; 4 Entertainment; 6 Set plan 7 Accuser; 8 Planet; 13 Possess; 14 Egotist; 15 Set out; 16 Empower; 17 Evens up. QUICK - Across: 1 Actually; 5 Epic; 9 Poor; 10 Disagree; 11 Lunge; 12 Unction; 13 Sentimentally; 18 Dramatic; 19 Tube; 20 Edifice; 21 Snare; 22 Sage; 23 Assemble. Down: 2 Closure; 3 Upright; 4 Leisureliness; 6 Partial; 7 Cleanly; 8 Lancet; 13 Sadness; 14 Nearing; 15 Italic; 16 Antonym; 17 Liberal.

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Wordsquare Give yourself ten minutes to find as many words as possible using the letters in the grid. Each word must use the central letter and at least 3 others, and letters may be used only once. You cannot use plurals, foreign words or proper nouns, but verb forms ending in ‘s’ are permitted. There is one 9letter word to be found.

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Close but no cigar for Hornets Matthew James Sport Editor

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Horsham’s dreams of glory at the American Express Community Stadium were efficiently dashed by Brighton and Hove Albion Reserves. Though rarely getting out of third gear, Albion’s second string controlled most of the Sussex Senior Cup semi-final at Worthing and opened the scoring through Yaser Kasim from Jamie Strong’s cross. Jamie Smith supplied the coup de gras with a second goal on the break, moments after Jamie Brotherton had forced Michael Poke into a good save at the other end. Hornets boss John Maggs said: “The lads are disappointed. The first half, especially after they (Albion Reserves) scored, was like a training session for them. We let them stroke the ball about at the back without putting them under any pressure. “We were better in the second half and pushed forward a bit more. We did have a great chance at the end when Jamie Brotherton had a shot

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saved. “I guess you’ve got to forget their last goal. We were so far forward looking for an equaliser, so there was always a chance that might happen. “But I’ve got no complaints really. (Goalkeeper) Mark Zawadski had a good night, which tells you something about the pattern of the game. “If we had got back to 1-1 early on, they would probably have put their foot on the pedal and kicked on.” Albion Reserves will take on Eastbourne Borough at The Amex on July 16, the first match at Albion’s spectacular new home, while Horsham regroup and plan for a better season in the league. The Hornets’ Ryman League Premier Division campaign ended with a 2-0 home defeat by Tonbridge Angels. Additional reporting by www.hornetsreview.co.uk

Jamie Strong and Williams Peauroux in the Sussex Senior Cup semi-final

Cricket

Sussex have signed Pakistan international Umar Gul for their Friends Life T20 campaign which begins next month. The 27-year-old right-arm paceman has played 34 Tests, 88 one-day internationals and 34 T20 internationals. He said: “I’m really looking forward to helping the Sharks return to both finals day and the Champions League. “Coming to Sussex is a privilege. The chance to follow in the footsteps of Pakistani greats from Imran Khan to Mushtaq Ahmed, and to Rana Naved in the current team, is very exciting.” Naveed Arif Gondal (100 not out) and Monty Panesar (17 not out) shared an unbroken last-wicket stand of 90 to salvage an extraordinary draw against Lancashire in the LV County Championship. Sussex lost to Derbyshire and beat the Netherlands, both in the CB40, before Ed Joyce made 103 in the ongoing Championship match against Hampshire. Nuthurst (217-4) drew with Wadhurst (147-8) after significant contributions by Graham Prior (48), Guy Ekins (47), Jonny Willis (46) and captain Bob Samways (38). Willis’ bat split in two before birthday boy Adrian Peckover struck two huge sixes. Wadhurst looked doomed to defeat at 62-8 with 16 overs remaining, but Nuthurst were unable to finish the job. Athletics

Cristian Baz and Mark Knee at Worthing

Gary Charman was voted Horsham’s player of the season

Photos by John Lines

Howzat for starters at Pulborough? Peter Garland Cricket

Pulborough made their debut in the highest league in the county, the Sussex Premier League, when they entertained three-times champions Brighton and Hove. Brighton won the toss and put Pulborough into bat. The hosts started brightly with Max Barson striking the ball well down the ground, but they suffered a mini-collapse from 57-1 to 62-4, when Rohit Jagota joined Kuldeep Rawat.

With left-armer Matthew Wood (461) in full control, the pair did well to take the initiative with a stand of 91. Rawat’s departure heralded another collapse, but Jagota (108 not out) entertained the crowd with some quite remarkable stroke-play and reached his century to ensure maximum batting points at 227-9. In reply, Brighton were never able to get going and lost the impressive Jordan Rollings for 30. Veteran Lee Callagan started with a double-wicket maiden, followed by another wicket in his next over to finish his six-over spell with the

impressive figures of 3-12. Although they were both dismissed near the end, Christopher Atherton and Craig Young made the game safe at 136-7. Short of actually winning, this was a very promising start from the newly-promoted club, who will entertain champions Preston Nomads tomorrow (Saturday, 12.30pm). Roffey (222-5) beat East Grinstead (221) by five wickets, while Matt Henry’s unbeaten 99 helped Horsham (276-8) to a remarkable two-wicket win at Eastbourne (Mark Tomsett 181 not out).

The Resident had still not received reports on the Roffey and Horsham matches as we went to press. Sport Editor Matthew James, matthew@the-resident.co.uk, would like to hear from anyone who can supply 300-word reports of future matches involving the two clubs.

Horsham Ladies (272-2) hammered Brighton and Hove II (54) by 218 runs. Izi Noakes (115 not out) and Sarah Fogwill (79) put on 214 for the second wicket before Tara Norris took 3-5 and Ellie Monk 3-14.

Camille Cowan and Rosie Inman, of Horsham Blue Star Harriers, were fastest U17 and third-fastest in the road relays at Christ’s Hospital. They helped the Senior Ladies team to third place. The U15 Boys A team was unlucky to miss out on the medals in fourth place, with Ben Collier close to a fastest-lap prize. The U15 Boys B team finished sixth, as did the U15 Girls. The U13 Boys A team of Marcus Ramage, Conor Dearden and Jack Milnthorpe ended fifth and the U13 Girls A team ninth. Motor Sport

Sean Parsons just beat Eddie Charman to win this month’s Horsham Riders Trials event on a dry and dusty course at Mannings Heath. White Route top three: Sean Parsons 12 marks lost, Eddie Charman 13, Mike Rivett 17. Blue Route: Tom Horsborough 12 marks lost, Jack Northover 22, John Mitchell 38. Yellow Route: John Yardley 1 mark lost, Brian Barnes 3, Kevin McDavitt 4.


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Youth Swimming

Atlantis’ Beth Britton, 11, confirmed her status as one of the South East’s brightest talents with six gold medals, three silvers and a bronze at the Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth. Four of her swims –  100m and 200m back, 100m and 200m free – were within the national qualifying times for the 11-year-old age group. But her birthday does not fall kindly, so she has to achieve times for the 12-year-old group. Atlantis medallists included Aimee Davies, Katy Harris, Rebecca Lobley, Issy Dunlop and Jade Stocker, while Eleanor Morris, Issy Davies, Joe Harrod, Duncan Smith, Matt Fulcher, George Charter, James Hartley and Sam Carter made finals. Charter, 12, knocked nearly two minutes off his entry time in the gruelling 1,500m free. Hartley, 10, made the final of the 200m breast in his first appearance at a long course (50m) competition, knocking seven seconds off his personal best (PB), while Beth Hundleby, 14, achieved a regional time in the 800m free. Head coach Bill Penny said: “We have just returned from a very intensive training camp in Italy so it was pleasing to see so many good swims, particularly from our younger swimmers.” Six Atlantis swimmers took part in the South East of England Regional Youth Championships at the K2, Crawley. Katy Harris, Issy Dunlop and Rebecca Lobley made finals, with Dunlop collecting bronze in the 16-andover 200m breast. Competition debutantes Issy Davis and Sam Carter recorded PBs. Golf

Ifield Golf Club celebrated St George’s Day with a Texas Scramble. Winning men’s team, with a TS score of 54.8 (gross 59), was Chris Veal, Mark Butler, Terry Billings and John Liddle. Winning ladies’ team (60.9, gross 66) was Val Young, Jane Rodgers, Sally Brown and Val Flack. Best-dressed men’s team was Jonty Birrell-Gray, Charles Pratt, Richard Burton and Mike Stamp, with Kim Clements, Jayne Leppard, Terry Trusson and Irene Macgadie as bestdressed ladies.

Horsham Tigers U14 with the cup and their trophies

Photos by Victoria Thompson

Four finals decided by penalties Jamie Tullett Youth Football

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In a dramatic end to a fantastic day of finals, Horsham Tigers U14 beat Steyning Strikers U14 4-3 on penalties to win the President’s Cup at Broadbridge Heath. Tigers’ Joe Taylor had a shot cleared off the line before the impressive Noah Verbeeten went close with a snapshot from the edge of the box and a header which glanced off a post. Alex Moore made a confident run only for his shot to be tipped wide and Tyler Burnie almost won it for Tigers with a last-minute diving header just wide. Three other finals were also decided on penalties, including the Fred Sparkes Cup which Royal United U15 edged 7-6 on spot-kicks against

Dorking Saints Lions U15. Jake Legrange forced Tom Wells into a number of diving saves before Alex Parsons hit a low half-volley which Wells spectacularly tipped wide. Lions took the lead through Cameron Osborne early in the second half, but Royals didn’t panic and soon equalised. Callum McHale got the assist with a precise cross met by Legrange’s pinpoint diving header into the far corner. Royals continued to press and might have won it in extra time if Luke Polie’s header had been a few inches lower. In the John Laker Memorial Cup, Billingshurst U13 disposed of Roffey Robins Rangers U13 with a resounding 4-0 win. The prolific Jake Chadwick beat his marker before placing a shot just out of the reach of goalkeeper Joe Moss. Louis Mepham then doubled

Billingshurst’s advantage, Oliver Sutton headed the third and Chadwick added his second in the final minute. Broadbridge Heath U12 came from behind to beat Crawley United U12 2-1 in the Frank Giess Memorial Trophy, completing a league and cup double. Reece Hallard struck for United, but Jordan Bell equalised with a penalty and Heath kept pushing forward in search of a winner. With only three minutes left, Mitchell Clark flicked the ball over the defence for Jack Sizzey-Carter to spectacularly lob in from the edge of the box. Heath head coach Richard Bell said: “It has been a great season and the boys have played great passing football all year. “I am very proud of my squad and their achievements. They all deserve the success because they work incredibly hard.” Dorking Saints U11 defeated

Perrywood U11 to win the Heron Way Cup and Horley Town U16 beat Ockley Acorns U16 to take the Edwin Hill Cup, both on penalties.

Horsham Tigers U14 v Steyning Strikers U14

Sporting Sparrows recognised Horsham Sparrows swooped to a new record by winning sportsmanship awards for U8, U9 and U10 in the Horsham and District Youth League. Sparrows secretary Chris Cooper said: “This achievement is a credit to the players, managers and parents, and one Sparrows is very proud to have been awarded.”

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Plate joy for Roffey youngsters Matthew James Sport Editor

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Roffey sides won two trophies in the Plate finals of the Horsham and District Youth League at Broadbridge Heath. Roffey Robins Wanderers U15 defeated Horsham Sparrows U15 4-2 after Roffey Robins Athletic U16 beat Heron Olympic U16 2-0. Sam Collins capitalised on a goalkeeping error to put Wanderers U15 in front, Dan Whittick made it 2-0 thanks to Alex Holmes’ quick feet and cross, and Ollie Rivers put the result beyond serious doubt with a slightly mis-hit 20-yard shot after 25 minutes. Toby Bridger was just wide for Sparrows after a fine move involving Joey Calder-Smith and Zac Chinn, but James Rogers’ through ball allowed Zak Comber to round the keeper and finish coolly. Sparrows’ Daniel Stutchbury produced the goal of the day with a 20yard half-volley, the lively Bridger and Jamie Gandy went close and Calder-Smith had the final say with Sparrows’ second. Heron U16’s Connor Fletcher went close from Jack Dean’s corner, but his header was cleared off the line by Greg Tarran. Athletic keeper Eddie Railton thwarted Dean, Ben Hounslow and Ben Hands and Fletcher should have scored before Athletic struck after 56 minutes against the run of play. Nick Warmisley finished well after Brandon Lau brilliantly denied Sam Cook. Athletic’s Jacob Rafferty saw his shot cleared off the line, but Matthew Feldon made it 2-0 from the spot. Sam Penny was wide on the stretch after good work by Dean and Cameron Dann. There was final heartbreak for

Billingshurst U11 who undeservedly lost 8-7 on penalties to East Grinstead Town U11 after each team took 11 spot-kicks. The match ended 1-1 after extra time, Nathan Munroe setting up Bill Walker’s equaliser before Will Crombie almost grabbed a winner. Horsham Tigers Athletic U14 lost 3-2 after extra time against Horley Town U14 despite twice leading through the impressive Declan Nwachukwu, whose pace and power mark him out as one to watch. Luke Baldwin went close, but Horsham Ambassadors U12 were soundly beaten 4-0 by Southdown Athletic U12. Other result: St Paul’s Panthers U13 3 Northchapel Colts U13 0.

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Roffey Robins Athletic U16 celebrate

Youth Football

Horsham U13 are champions of Division A in the Arun and Chichester Youth League. Nick Bristow scored the only goal against Middleton Diamonds A U13 to clinch the title for the young Hornets, firing into the far corner after good work by Tom Summerfield and Jack Reeves. Horsham created several chances to increase their lead against Diamonds, but followed up by thrashing Lancing Rangers 8-0 with goals by Ali Kerr (two), Bristow, Finn Bigg, Eddie Davis, Jack Reeves, Summerfield and an own goal. Rangers lined up and applauded Horsham onto the pitch in recognition of their league and cup double before the young Hornets raced into a 7-0 interval lead. Charlie Abrehart scored the only goal after 70 minutes as Horsham YMCA U18 completed a league double over Horsham U18 at Gorings Mead, their fifth successive win. Abrehart said: “I played for Horsham last year, but I wasn’t getting a fair runout at all so I decided to leave and joined YM. “Beating the team that didn’t give me a chance and being the scorer made me glad that I had proved myself to them. “I’m just very happy to be a part of a Horsham YMCA team that has finally proven themselves.” More than 60 teams, from U7 to U15, will take part in the Ockley Acorns tournament at The Weald School, Beare Green, tomorrow (Saturday, 9am). They include teams from Horsham, Broadbridge Heath, Southwater, Henfield and Steyning. Youth Cricket

Horsham Sparrows U15 v Roffey Robins Wanderers U15

Two-goal Declan Nwachukwu, of Horsham Tigers Athletic U14

Horsham Trinity U12 (101-3) started their season with a seven-wicket win against Slinfold U12 (100-6). Having been put in to bat, Slinfold struggled against the pace of Mitchell Gadd and the accuracy of Leon Donnelly and Scott Cuming, who all took 1-9. Ollie Nichols batted steadily for 18 before being caught behind off Sam Dobson. Freddie Barwiss and Olivia Smallwood completed the wickettaking with one each. Trinity made a good start in reply, with Jack Griffiths quickly retiring on 26 and Brandon Gadd making a swashbuckling 16. Captain Dobson made 22 not out to see Trinity home with almost five overs to spare. Youth Baseball

Horsham Junior Baseball Club, the largest youth baseball club in the country, will hold its open day at Ingfield Manor School, Five Oaks, tomorrow (Saturday). The club has grown from 69 children in 2006 to more than 200 boys and girls who played last year. The open event will start at 10am, followed by a total of five matches at 10.30am, 11.30am and 2pm. It features a Home Run Derby, a barbecue and music. See www.horshambaseball.co.uk for more information.


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