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News in Brief: l A driver killed in a collision southbound on the A24, Basing Hill, Ashington, at around 9pm on 27th July has been named as Jeremy Beale, 49, of Church Farm Holiday Village, Pagham. Mr Beale died after the convertible Lexus SC 430 he was driving left the carriageway, coming to rest in a field. He was pronounced dead at the scene. No passengers were in the vehicle. Anyone who saw the incident is asked to contact Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999 quoting Operation Erith. l Horsham’s Gary Marlow is attempting to raise money for 30 charities through 30 different events, having turned (you guessed it!) 30 years old. This week he went to Scotland and successfully climbed the 3 highest peaks in the UK, Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdonia all in under 24 hours. To sponsor Gary for his marvellous efforts, visit

www.do30campaign.com l A County Hall watchdog has backed a range of proposed changes to West Sussex County Council Youth Services, which will also achieve savings of £2 million. The County Council’s Children and Young People’s Services Select Committee endorsed the proposals after a two-hour public meeting on Thursday, 29th July 29 in Chichester. l Join the Horsham Health Walks Scheme, on Saturday, 14th August and help celebrate 10 years of walking in Horsham District. The walk is arranged so that you can do the whole round (12 miles approx starting at Horsham Rugby Club, Hammerpond Road, at 10am)) or you can join in different sections, the shortest section being 2 miles and the longest 4 ½ miles. Lunch will be available to purchase at the Holbrook Club and tea and cake at the end at the Rugby Club. The walk will be led by trained volunteer

Left: Gary Marlow

The proposals indicate that cars will no longer be able to pull up right outside the front of the station

Station design shows some common sense As redesign plans go, it’s hardly the most revolutionary proposal you’ll have ever seen. But nonetheless, there appears to be some good, common sense changes proposed as part of an improvement plan at Horsham Station. Taxi drivers and people dropping off at the station no longer have to make that leap of faith into the current traffic opening, and you won’t be able to park right on the entrance just to get money out of the cash machine! That’s because the front of the station will be pedestrian friendly, as will the area in general if the plan gets the go-ahead. Currently it’s being consulted on, and you’ve got another three weeks to have a say. Network Rail and Southern are making improvements to Horsham station as part of the National Stations Improvement Programme (NSIP).

leaders. It is free but the intention is to also support The British Heart Foundation. Book your place with Jill 01403 250511. Full details on www.horsham.gov.uk

l Free Child Safe wristbands are always available at Swan Walk, but as a special summer treat the shop-

The aim is to “improve the overall passenger environment, security and visual quality at the station”. To complement these improvements West Sussex County Council (WSCC) are looking to improve the public space and bus interchange at the front of the station. The key issues at Horsham Rail Station that need to be addressed are: l The pedestrian area in front of Horsham station is narrow and does not provide a safe area to wait or move through. l The pedestrian routes through the station area are

ping centre has special edition wristbands to giveaway to celebrate the movie release of Marmaduke. Parents can write their mobile number on the wristbands. Should their child become lost or separated, anyone finding the young-

poor and not well signed. l Secure facilities for cyclists are limited which leads to fly parking of cycles around the station. l The links from rail journeys to other modes of transport are often crowded and confusing The aim of the proposals is to enhance the pedestrian environment at the front of the station so that it acts as a more effective gateway into Horsham. The existing road immediately in front of the station will be closed off to create a pedestrianised area. This will improve the setting of ster knows immediately who to call so that they can be quickly reunited.

l The Billingshurst Emergency Assistance Team (BEAT) recently received an award from the South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECamb). The Ambassador Award

the station and create more space for pedestrians to move around in. As well as improving the area for pedestrians, it is proposed that new bus shelter will be installed, and Real Time Information (RTI) is put up at the bus stops and inside the rail station itself. Car parking facilities would move to the south of the station so that the new space created can be reorganised to provide better facilities for taxis and passenger drop off/pick ups. CCTV could be installed at the cycle parking facilities to encourage more people to cycle to the station. You can view the plans at a display at County Hall North, Chart Way, Horsham, or on the County Council’s website. The link will take forever to type out, so go to www.westsussex.gov.uk and type ‘Horsham station’ in the search and it does come up.

was presented to the team for its ongoing work within the community and recognises the group’s success not only in providing emergency cover, but also regarding fundraising and providing public access defibrillators in the area. To find out more, visit www.beatresponders.org or call Paul Berry on 786185.


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Dad left letter before leap

Inquest hears that Horsham husband cared for his wife for 30 years before tragic deaths

An inquest has heard how a 71-year-old man strangled his wife before taking his own life by jumping from the top level of Swan Walk car park. John Swinden was found dead in Springfield Road, Horsham, at the base of the Swan Walk multi-storey on April 3rd. His wife Gillian, 70, was later found dead in a bedroom of their home in Treadcroft Drive, Horsham. Upon finding Gillian’s body, police officers found a note that had been written by John, who had been the sole carer of his wife who had suffered from Multiple Sclerosis for 30 years. The note read: ‘Dear Nichola, Julie and family, I’m so sorry for what I have done, but could see no other way out. ‘I could not carry on. My brain is going and we were both so miserable. There is money in the Halifax account. Everything you need to sort out is in the briefcase or in the sideboard.’ At an inquest in Horsham

on Thursday, West Sussex Coroner Penelope Schofield gave a verdict that Gillian Swinden was unlawfully killed, and that John Swinden took his own life. An autopsy, carried out on April 4th, revealed that Gillian had died due to asphyxia caused by manual strangulation. John Swinden’s cause of death was given as cerebral confusions and transection of thoracic aorta. A police report by the investigating officer, Detective Constable Steven Webb of Sussex Police’s Major Crime Branch, revealed the full story of the tragic events. It read: “Police and paramedics were called to the multi story car park in Swan Walk just before 10.30am on Saturday, 3rd April, following reports of a man jumping from the uncovered 4th floor. “He had fallen approximately 70-80 feet into the car park of the United Reformed Church in the adjacent southern area of Springfield Road.

“Surrey Air Ambulance also attended but the 71-year-old man was declared dead at the scene. A driving licence was found, along with a note that asked for John’s daughter, Nichola Reed, to be informed of his death. Mr Swinden’s driver’s licence gave an address in East Grinstead, but police were able to quickly establish that Mr Swinden and his wife had recently moved to Treadcroft Drive. The report continues: “Having arrived at the address (at about midday) there was no response at the door. Concern

The Air Ambulance at the scene of John Swinden’s death

“I’M SO SORRY FOR WHAT I’VE DONE, BUT COULD SEE NO OTHER WAY OUT” was growing so officers forced entry via the kitchen door at the rear of the property. “There they found the body of a 70-year-old woman in the bedroom, who was later identified as Gillian Swinden. There were no signs of a

struggle.” Paramedic Yeats attended the scene, having earlier been at the United Reformed Church, and spotted that handwriting on a notebook in the house was similar to that used on the note found in Mr Swinden’s pocket. John

Swinden’s letter to his family was then found on top of a dresser. Although John had expressed some concern about not being able to do his crosswords as well as he once could, there appeared to be little wrong. In fact, they had made plans to visit their daughter’s home in Newdi-

gate for Easter. One of the main reasons they had moved to Horsham was to be closer to the family. But just three weeks into their new life in Horsham and with the ‘Sold’ property board still resting in the front garden, John and Gillian Swinden had lost their lives in tragic circumstances.


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Strada opens after facelift

Strada has re-opened after an extensive and tasteful facelift. The Italian restaurant in East Street took the opportunity to close for ten days during the noisy but promising roadworks along the street, which has had a general impact on trade. But the restaurant is now open again, with a new colour scheme and swing windows at the front of the restaurant, which should complement the new pedestrian-friendly East Street. Manager Isabella Beausseron said: “The menu is the same for now, it’s just a fresh new look, which is good for the staff and good for the customers. I’m really pleased with what has been done, and it will look fabulous when the work has been finished along the street.”

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When Francesco Raciti told The Resident two months ago that his new restaurant would be ready by the end of July, we didn’t laugh. Not in his face anyway! We waited until we made our way out of the site of his proposed Italian eatery, at the top of Denne Road. The historic building had charm and character, but it also had a lot of bits falling off it. And without massive investment - something we could not realistically imagine that Francesco’s family operation had in abundance - it was hard to see it opening before mid autumn. So hats off to you Francesco... For Carmela, the Italian restaurant named after the mother of former Strada manager Francesco, opened to the public yesterday. Alongside him in the kitchen at the new Italian will be his brother Alessandro and sister Rossella, making this very much a family enterprise. Of course, a new Italian is nothing new for Horsham - it’s not even the first time the building has been used as an Italian, as Pizza Piazza was there some years ago, while IndiGo is another to ComeandGo. So what makes Carmela so special? Well, we hope that the relaxed family atmosphere will come to the fore, and that also

the desire for it to be as much a place to enjoy a coffee as anything else adds to the increasingly Cosmopolitan vibe of the Quarter area. Not that there aren’t a few surprises on the menu too, which is based primarily on Southern Italian and Sicilian cuisine. Some could be sampled at a special opening event held on Thursday. The menu includes Sicilian thin and crispy squared pizza, Tortellini Al Cinghiale (wild boar pasta) and Fegato di vitello (calves liver in a white wine shallots sauce), Zuppa Di

ian. “We’ve worked really hard in the last few months and I’m really pleased with how it looks, especially the outside area. “It just looks really nice, with lots of plants and new seating, as we want it to be the sort of place where you can just pop in for a drink or an Espresso during lunch or after work. “It is very European and fits in with a lot of what is happening at this end of town. “We are sourcing as much of our products as we can locally. That is very important to us, but we are still looking to be cheaper than other restaurants as there is a lot of competition.” Within 100 metres of Carmela’s are Tortellini, Filippo’s, Pizza Express and the recently re-furbished Strada, not to mention Cote, Quarter Restaurant and Wabi.

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Crostacei (Sicilian style mussels soup with salmon and squid) and Pescespada Spertu (swordfish steak). Francesco said: “We are looking at creating a traditional Italian restaurant here. “I want to offer something different to the chain restaurants, so this is a family run business, offering good, Southern Italian food, mainly Sicil-

Another two restaurants are destined for the former King’s Head site at the opposite end of East Street. It is strongly rumoured that Ask, or another Italian chain, will be occupying the front of the site, while two units to the rear may be taken on by another “exciting” restaurant. We’ll let you know when we know...


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shoe shop is berry nice! it wasn’t so long ago that horsham was known as a town with too many shoe shops. Those days are gone, along with several stores, including in recent years Barratts in Swan Walk and one of two Clarks stores in West Street. Adams, which also stocked a small range of children’s shoes at its Swan Walk store, was another victim of the recession. But on Saturday, Raspberry Laces - an independent specialist children’s shoe company -opened in Piries Place. The ambitious team have spent months researching the market, and believe that by stocking high quality shoes in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, they can b a success and give established stores Jones and Clarks a run for their money. The management team of Matt Carter and Sarah Legrove, promise to provide a “fun, friendly and relaxed environment for your children to have their feet expertly fitted”.

town they wanted to be in. “It’s taken us quite a while to get hold of the premises. I didn’t know it would be quite such an arduous process. I saw empty units and so assumed it would be easy enough when the time came to set up a store. “But this is the perfect size for us. We’ve done a lot of work here and it’s a lovely shop. “We’ve had some good

“you’ll find things here that horsham hasn’t seen before”

sarah legrove and matt Carter have opened up raspberry laces, a children’s shoe shop in Piries Place, horsham And so it would seem, for while parents browse around the selection of stylish shoes, the children can sit down and draw pictures. Make sure though that they stick to the colouring books, as currently the shop’s plain white walls could be mistaken as a blank canvas by

three year olds armed with 64 coloured pencils! Every one of Raspberry Laces’ shoes is hand-picked for its style, durability and comfort, and brands include Start-rite, Geox, Hush Puppies and Buckle my Shoe to more individual styles from Bobux, Bellamy, Ricosta and

Garvalin. The store also stocks the fashionable Ugg brand from Australia. Matt said: “The idea of Raspberry Laces was born six or seven months ago, and when we started talking to suppliers we found they had identified Horsham as a

feedback already, and I think you’ll find things that you won’t have seen here in Horsham before.” Raspberry Laces are looking to introduce an exclusive loyalty card, and are also open to appointments for its expert and qualified fitting service to save your time.

Pop in or call 01403 230488 for more info or visit www.raspberrylaces.co.uk

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There was another new addition to Horsham this week - Just My Sushi opened in Swan walk in Tuesday. Just My Sushi s a new takeaway concept from the team behind Japanese restaurant Wabi and will offer a fresh selection of sushi, hot bento boxes, salads and ramen noodles. The enterprise is being over seen by Wabi’s Head Chef Scott Hallsworth (pictured) who has created a seasonal menu that combines traditional Japanese culinary techniques with quality local ingredients using producers such as East Sussex’s organic Japanese farm Nama Yasai. Scott says: “With Just My Sushi we wanted to create a really tasty, healthy and authentic product – for people who have only ever tasted supermarket sushi this is the real thing!” Pre-ordering is available. Orders should be placed with Just My Sushi the day before for large parties.


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French fancies help new fashion store to success

Quarter loyalty cape scarlett is involved in the Quarter card scheme - a way of rewarding east street's loyal customers while the road works are carried out. any customer spending £5 or more in any of the participating businesses has their Quarter card stamped, and when they have collected six stamps, they are entered into a monthly free prize draw. the prize consists of £200 worth of gift vouchers from a selection of businesses. You can pick up the coupon at many stores on east street, or once a month in the resident

You may have been sad to note that Cape Scarlett, a ladies fashion store in Horsham, was closed within a few months of opening. thankfully though, it’s not been another victim of the times, but a victim of flooding. Water problems in an adjacent property led to the temporary closure of cape scarlett, but the shop is back up and running, and reporting growing interest in the town. sarah Lidstone opened the cape scarlett store on March 1st, stocking a number of exclusive designer brands, many not seen in horsham before. But for all of the top end brands on show, it is the midrange clothing that is selling well. sarah said: “it’s more the everyday wear that is selling well, such as French connection clothing. “it has style but doesn’t have the big price tag, which is great as not everybody has

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been amazing. i’ve been surprised because we are off the beaten track a bit, but it’s useful for me being outside Jukka (the nail shop) as people come out of there and pop in.

the moment because of the road works on east street, but that will change as it’s going to look great there soon. “there is a really good sense of community amongst the traders in this area which will benefit all of us.” cape scarlett sells a number of top designer brands, such as Missoni, a very colourful, flamboyant range from italy, gomez-gracia, a contemporary women’s fashion brand based in London, Danish designer numph, French connection, and London brand nougat.

Visit Cape Scarlett at 35 East Street, Horsham, or call 01403 248900


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Headlines on both sides of the Pond It’s a bit of a slow news week here in Horsham, although residents are making headlines on the other side of the pond. Horsham cyclists Nick O'Carroll and Colin Swetman completed their epic American coast to coast ride last week after 47 days and 3340 miles across 14 states, following the historic Route 40. Starting in Atlantic City on June 11th with NBC News recording their start with their wheels in the Atlantic Ocean, the team of three (John Maguire was the third rider, but was forced to pull out on day four with a medical condition) set off for an adventure of a lifetime. Nick and Colin finished on 27th July with NBC recording their last mile across The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It was shown on the news in California, although wonderfully there’s no mention of them not being American! If you want to watch it, you’ll have to sit through some great adverts for Nissans in California, but

the video can be viewed at www.nbc40.net/pages/videoplayer/video.php?vid=14036. The lads have endured the extreme weather conditions across America, crossed The Rockies at 11,500ft high, and dealt with injuries and all the trials and tribulations that a 90 mile a day ride brings you. They have also entertained their friends, family and followers with a blog as they trekked over the mountains and rode across the Utah Salt Flats and Nevada desert. The trio have currently raised over £7,000 for their

chosen charity Help 4 Heroes, and even visited the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court before the ride. The lads intend to hand over the final donation cheque at a welcome home party to be held at The Bedford Pub in Station Road on 22nd August when they both return to the UK. All friends and supporters are welcome to attend.

For anyone wishing to sponsor the guys please see www.justgiving.com/rideroute40charitychallenge

Roffey funding plan initiated The Roffey Children Can Do (RCCD) funding initiative is now open to all eligible groups in the area who wish to apply. Community and voluntary groups in Roffey that meet the following criteria are invited to apply for funding: • have a group of children aged five to 13 who live in the

Roffey area of Horsham • benefit children with greater needs and fewer chances • don’t promote a particular religion or political aim Roffey Children Can Do is a grants scheme which gives money to groups of children aged between 5 and 13 who

want to do something positive in their community. Up to £1,500 is available for each group

For more information or to apply, contact Mel Larter on 01403 252139, 07525 238187 or email mel.larter@wscvys.org.uk


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let Battle commence last year’s final couldn’t have been closer, with Blue stragglers and last letter read winning the same number of votes from the judges. In the end, it was LLR who walked away as the 2009 Battle of the Bands winners. But who will win the title this year, as the Horsham District Live Music Alliance (HDLMA) celebrates its tenth anniversary? Could the Stragglers hit back, or perhaps hip hop syndicate Phrase Mob (pictured left), who impressed the crowd but not the judges last year, could break the rock dominance. Maybe one of the town’s heavier outfits such as If Heroes Should Fail will win over. Of course, The Resident will be supporting the event throughout as we did last year. We’d love to see some new bands getting involved - one of the elements of BOTB that most impressed us last year was the support all the acts showed for each other,

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so for any bands nervous about taking part, it’s a great way to build up experience of playing live and make waves on the local scene. The HDLMA are once again we are inviting entries to the competition, and as usual there will be three sections for original bands, covers bands, and acoustic/song writing artists. The competition will get un-

derway with the originals heats at The Chameleon Club, Horsham Park, on Sunday 3rd, 10th 17th, and 24th October and culminating in the grand final, which will be held on the Carfax Bandstand on Friday 29th October 2010. There will also be a Covers Final on Sunday 7th November and the Acoustic/Songwriter Final on 14th November both at The Hol-

brook Club, North Heath Lane Horsham. The winners of the originals section will receive a cheque for £500, a day in a recording studio, two free rehearsals at QM Studios, and free hire of the HDLMA PA for one gig. The runners up in the originals section will receive a cheque for £250 and two free rehearsals at QM Studios. The third placed act in the originals section will receive a cheque for £100 and one free rehearsal at QM Studios. The winners of the covers section

will receive a cheque for £100 and free use of the HDLMA PA for one gig and one free rehearsal at QM Studios. The winners of the acoustic/songwriters section will receive £100. There is also a discretionary "Spirit of the Competition" award of £50 for the individual artist or musician who most impresses the HDLMA committee with their ability, talent, attitude, or performance. Details of the rules and entry forms, including an online entry form, are available on the HDLMA web site at www.hdlma.co.uk. Alternatively hardcopies are available from Horsham Music, East Street or direct from QM Studios, Dukes Square, Denne Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1GZ. The closing date for entries is Friday 17th September 2010. Horsham District Battle of the Bands 2010 is jointly organised by Horsham District Live Music Alliance and Horsham District Council. For more information call Mandy Ansell on 0781304966 or email qmstudios@btinternet.com


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This is the silly season

He’s like a gazelle! Chris Minto on the attack

Some of these rugby lads seem to enjoy dressing up in pink a little too much. Questions have got to be asked when some of the town’s best players spend hours dolling themselves up for a tournament, and then have to be dragged away from the bar when it comes to actually playing a match! But it was all part of the fun at another successful social event at Horsham Rugby Club. Organiser Tom Wright put together the club's 4th Annual Touch Tournament at the Coolhurst Ground. There were a few hundred spectators and over 160 players in attendance at this infamous event which attracts rugby teams from around Sussex. This year they included a semi-professional women's team.

This wasn’t taken at the rugby - it’s just a stock photo we have of ordinary life in 1988...

Such was the level of interest in this year’s tournament that many applicants had to be turned away. Of the 16 teams taking part, many were in fancy dress, but they were all celebrating in one way or another after their tournament exit with a few drinks in the sun, just pleased to again be part of a great day in Horsham's Community calendar. There was fierce competition all around, but everyone was happy to cheer on the remaining squads once their team had been knocked out. Chris 'Buzz' Budd ‘s side Multiple Scorers sent much fancied team The Jolly Rogers crashing out of the Cup, while The Grapplers, captained by Jonny Good (HRUFC's Facilities Man-

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ager) and Viced by Rob GH (Social Secretary) were also a possible favourite for the day. However, having built a mini city as their team campsite on the day (with homemade bar, lounge, marquee and garden), it was safe to say that they too tired to care when it came to playing rugby and allowed the women's team to walk all over them. Barns Green impressed, getting to the final, while Monty's Finger won the Plate competition after 2 years away from the tournament. But the real stars were the Motley 7's, who won the final by 8 tries to 2. Ed Phillips, who was part of the team, is considering return-

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Shiver Me Timbers! That be fightin’ moves, me old hearty Scallywag etc etc

Tom Wright tarnished the look of the Pirates team by looking more like Peter Pan!


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news The Grapplers - fully fitted kitchen, Conservatory and Inglenook fireplace just out of shot...

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There’s always one! We’ve been hugely generous with the size of that exclamation mark, Mike...

Continued from Page 11... ing back to Horsham's 1st XV after time away with Haywards Heath - just showing what effect this tournament has on a player's interest in the serious standard of rugby (and fun) played at Horsham Rugby Club. Motley 7's was captained by

Horsham's 1st XV back row player Seth Wise and supported by Simon 'Splatters' Matterface - Horsham's 1st XV Captain for the 2010/2011 season. Best newcomer was won by Lizzie Bennett from the Tag Wags team (Barns Green Ladies) and the star player was won by Sam Callaghan from Barns Green Mens team.

Alan Hallows got best ref of the day, much to the delight of the crowd and his mentor Marc Gumbrill (Head Ref). There was a bouncy castle, face painting, ice cream van, outdoor music, BBQ, outdoor bar and free entrance for all visitors. Tom Wright, who was MC for the day, was heard saying on the microphone that “he

wishes there could be more days like this in the year, when everyone gets together for some socialising, rugby, drinks and general fun”.

If you are interested in joining Horsham Rugby Club (all standards welcome) get in touch through www.horshamrufc.co.uk

The Tag Wags from Barns Green. Lizzie Bennett took home the best newcomer prize (joining The Resident editor on the hall of fame!)

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“Who are you calling fairy?” Simon Matterface, Horsham First XV Rugby Club Captain next season, wears a pink tutu and chats to a pirate while taking his dogs out for a walk at Coolhurst on Saturday, while a man in green tights exercises in the background. Oh, if I had a penny for every time I’d written that sentence...


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Face is coming to town If you thought that photo caption on Page 13 was weird , then how about this one... The bloke who used to play skirt-chasing, Corvette driving, smooth talking soldier-of-fortune ‘Face’ in The A-Team is to star as Lieutenant Columbo in a production at the Capitol Theatre next year. Dirk Benedict takes on the role made famous by Peter ‘Just One more Thing’ Falk in Prescription Murder on 1st-5th March 2011

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Proud day for QEII School Well, it’s all happening for the pupils at QEII School in Horsham - a new performing arts centre one week, visits to 10 Downing Street the next... After their success performing Twelfth Night in the West End last

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month, students and staff from the school were honoured with an invitation to 10 Downing Street on Tuesday. Head of Creative Arts at the school, Sue Jay, said: "It was one of the proudest moments of my life. The last few months have been a rollercoaster for

all of us. “The National recognition that the school is getting for their achievement in the Performing Arts is so exciting. Staff and students have worked so hard and this visit to 10 Downing Street is the icing on the cake.”

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LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION: Across: 7 Circumference; 8 Banister; 9 Aids; 10 Crater; 12 Entire; 14 Feasts; 16 Sickle; 18 Taxi; 20 National; 22 Dishonourable. Down: 1 Disagree; 2 Script; 3 Emit; 4 Fearless; 5 Depart; 6 Iced; 11 Resonant; 13 Reliable; 15 Slight; 17 Choral; 19 Arid; 21 Taut. Stuck on a word? Filled in some letters but still not sure? Use your mobile phone to find the words that fit by texting for a list of possible solutions. Just replace unknown letters with a full stop, start the text message with the word SOLVE and send it to 85088. Eg: for P U L E you would text SOLVE pu..le to 85088. Texts cost £1 plus your standard network charge. If no suggestions are found, you won't be charged. For multi-word answers, leave a space between words.

Replace the question mark with a letter so that the letters within each circle can be re-arranged to form words with a common theme. What are the three words, and the letter represented by the question mark?

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pair - should be ready to fly the nest within the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, live footage of the barn owl’s nestbox can be viewed throughout the day whilst the visitor centre is open Using the central letter and at least three others, how many words can you find? Plurals, proper nouns and hyphenated words are not allowed, and there is at least one 9-letter word.

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Urge to energise Greening groups Horsham communities are being urged to sign up to the Greening Campaign, with support available to help them set up. There are already six Greening Campaigns, a community-led initiative supported by local councils, in the district. The first phase sees residents pledge their support to the campaign and to make changes in their household such as switching lights off, not leaving electrical appliances on standby and reducing water usage. In the second phase, the campaigns move to working on green projects for their local community. Henfield Greening Campaign is one of those that has proved a great success, with a film night showing climate change film ‘The Age of Stupid’ attracting over 250 guests. County Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Econ-

omy Deborah Urquhart said: “Just a few small changes by every household can add up to a sizeable reduction in a community’s carbon dioxide emissions, and saving energy helps save money on household bills as well. “This is an exciting campaign bringing communities together and leading to innovative ideas and projects. “To date the Greening Campaign across West Sussex has managed to save more than £100,000 from household utility bills, equating to 930,000 litres of water and 807 tonnes of carbon dioxide – a fantastic achievement.”

For further information on how to join a campaign or if you’re interested in setting one up, visit the website at www.greening-campaign.co.uk, or contact Fiona Wellings at the Greening Campaign on 07552 126333, or e-mail fiona@greening-campaign.co.uk

Beam raises spirits

Horsham based drinks firm Beam Global Spirits & Wine has donated a new drinks trolley to St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley and their generous employees across the UK are set to make sure it stays topped up. The trolley offers both in-patients and those using the day hospice the chance to relax with a drink of their choice, and plays a valuable role in helping patients feel more at home. The swish new trolley arrived at the hospice fully stocked with a selection of Beam’s well known brands including Jim Beam Bourbon, Teachers & Laphroaig Whisky, Harvey’s Sherry and

Courvoisier Cognac to name but a few – with employees offering to donate products from their own annual product allowance to keep the trolley replenished. Alison Daymond, Head of HR (UK) for Beam Global Spirits & Wine says, “Having had one of our employees recently experience first hand the fantastic support provided by St Catherine’s Hospice, we are delighted to have this opportunity to help. “As a local Company and Employer we are proud to support the hospice in our community with our own brands which we hope will bring comfort and enjoyment to many patients.”

Right: Horsham’s Greening Campaigners

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Letters Email your letters to ben@theresident.co.uk or write via snail mail to: Ben Morris, HD Publishing, 26 North Street, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1RQ. Please include your full name, address and contact number for legal reasons. House numbers/house names will not be printed in the newspaper. We don’t impose a word limit, but please don’t write us a novel!

I’m on the other side of the coin I can empathise with residents featured in the newspaper (July 30th) who are opposed to more housing that will effect beautiful open countryside close to their homes, as I love nature and wide open spaces. But I am representative of the challenges faced by a resident desperately in need of housing. I have just been discharged from hospital after spinal surgery and am sleeping on a two seater settee due to lack of space for a suitable mechanical bed. For two years I have been unable to use the bathing facilities as I require a wet room due to my physical limitations. I have a report from the OT stating that my resi-

dence is unsuitable along with doctor’s letters supporting my needs. I have been waiting for suitable housing for a year now. I am sure I am not the only person who is in this challenging situation and wish to highlight this situation so that those residents who are opposing housing become aware of the other side of the coin. Maybe some sort of meeting in the middle could be a solution. Jan Turner writes via email

Making a song and dance of local talent

In response to the Editor's appeal about whether people are that fussed about the local arts scene, the Business Consultant and Events Manager for the Blue Flash Music Trust writes... The Horsham Community Festival in September 2006 ably demonstrated the breadth and depth of Horsham's artistic talent. To succeed in a major three stage music festival in one month, from inception to implementation, is a feat that will never be easily repeated anywhere in the World. The 2006 festival also involved acclaimed local artists such as John Wakefield and the members of the Horsham Painting Group. It represented David Cameron's 'Big Society' ahead of its time. Was this an isolated incident? No! Horsham was again at the forefront of the 50th anniversary Vaughan

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Williams celebrations in 2008 with a spectacular concert at St. Mary's Church featuring the Bernardi Chamber Orchestra of national recognition, but also of local Shipley Arts fame. Big players in the project were also Horsham Folk Club, currently one of the most successful and best attended folk clubs in the nation and the longest continuously running folk club in the country. Effort, ideas and links to local history were ably provided by Horsham Museum too. All of these things were achieved at a tiny cost to the taxpayer. For all their Arts Council money, people like the English Folk Dance & Song Society at Cecil Sharpe House in London could only largely

Shovel and The Cherry Tree. Consider Horsham Music Week that ran in 2007 and 2008, featuring predominantly local artists on an expenses only basis. Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show that overall cost to the taxpayer was just £3,000 to gain profile and kudos across the region over the two years. Horsham Music Week had its plugs inexplicably pulled in 2009 by the Council, only to be replaced by events under its direct control, using out-of-town artists at greater expense. The experience of the Black Cat was therefore seen to be an 'outlier', in my opinion. In spite of highly acclaimed 'out-oftown' artists such as Seth Lakeman; an 'out-of-sight, out-of-mind' venue, plus initial compliance and PR problems, contributed to its downfall. In dire economic circumstances, Horsham has a choice. It can play to its arts and heritage strengths, or it can turn them, via lack of encourage-

could target the arts and media companies seeking to re-locate from London in stringent economic times to come. As far as I can tell, the strategy remains unrivalled. The Council's alternative restaurant strategy has already seemingly got off to a bad start in terms of accepted tourist measures. With restaurants existing in every other town too, one would have to question the uniqueness of the restaurant offering, Horsham has the opportunity to maintain its prosperity. It only remains to be seen whether the Council and the Community Development Partnership will finally grasp this. Horsham District Council doing the 'honourable thing' on the Old Town Hall will surely send out the right signal and provide an iconic base from which the people, in partnership, rather than in conflict with their Council, can secure the benefits that all in Horsham depend on."

look on in awe. Check out as well, the highly successful Horsham 'open mic' sessions featuring local musicians, such as at the Malt

ment, into weaknesses. In 2007 the Blue Flash Music Trust submitted a paper to the 'Olympic Opportunities' meeting hosted by the Horsham Chamber of Commerce and Industry, outlining a strategy to solve Horsham's main problem of 250,000 square feet of empty office space. It argued that by nationally highlighting Horsham's artistic strengths, it

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“WITH RESTAURANTS EXISTING IN EVERY TOWN, ONE WOULD QUESTION THE UNIQUENESS”

Left: Horsham has a thriving music and arts scene, argues Martin Jeremiah, with groups such as the Folk Club, events like the Shipley Arts Festival and many talented local rock acts, such as Ollie Barron

Too many restaurants Come back carnival Re: ‘Bill's a "fantastic idea"’ (letters July 30th) Mr Rueben writes: "I don't think it is right to over saturate an area" (with music and art). If there is one thing that Horsham is over saturated with it is clearly restaurants! Horsham does not need any more eating establishments and even if it did Horsham Town Hall should not be used as such. Horsham Town Hall was

"gifted" to the people of Horsham in 1888 by the Duke of Norfolk and should be returned to the community without delay. There are rumours that Bill's Produce has "walked away" from the Town Hall proposal but Horsham District Council are not prepared to confirm or deny this at the moment. Gareth Jones Quarry Way, Southwater

I suspect it may have just been people throwing ideas up in the air in last week’s letters page, but I for one would welcome a return of the Horsham Carnival. We currently seem to have a flurry of summer events, of which few people are entirely sure what happens at any given one of them as there is so little time between them. The Italian Festival is the

only one that really gets much pre-publicity (do you not read our Events guide? - Ed) and is the only one that comes close to replacing the Town Carnival. Can we not keep the Italian Festival and then pump resources into one big summer event with fun and games, music, good food, and of course a proper parade like we used to enjoy so much? C. Miller, Horsham


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It’s time for a new plan Left: Young campaigners fight new homes in Southwater

In deciding to abandon its Core Strategy, Mid Sussex District Council said that it had “consistently and rigorously disputed the housing figures allocated to it”, that “the unjustified high housing allocation has caused difficulty and conflict across the whole of Mid Sussex”, and that they could now make decisions for their District. Sounds familiar? Yes, because HDC in response to growing public opposition has insisted all along that it had no choice but to comply with Government dik-

tat and build the 13,000 new houses allocated to it in the South East Plan and that but for the Plan fewer new houses would need to be built in Horsham District. However, despite the revocation of the South East Plan, HDC intends to go ahead and build the same or a greater number of houses. Why? Because a “Study” produced by consultants for HDC, entitled ‘Locally Generated Housing Needs’ concludes that HDC should do so. The “Study” comprises 93 pages in which various scenarios for population and household -growth projections and economic performance, supported by numerous statisticsbased bar charts and tables, are considered to determine “what level of housing might be needed over the period to 2031”. For readers who are baffled by statistics or have insufficient time to read, absorb and understand the ‘Study’ and the assumptions, statistics and calculations that seemingly underpin it, there is an 11-page executive summary. Any one reading the summary alone could be forgiven for believing

Dr Roger Smith, of CPRE Horsham and Crawley Committee, argues that Horsham District Council should follow Mid Sussex in abandoning its Core Strategy,, following the revocation of the South East Plan that the consultants’ concluding recommendations were the result of sound reasoning, underpinned by reliable and conclusive evidence, and therefore indisputable. They would, however, be mistaken because the ‘evidence’ used in the ‘Study’ to predict future economic growth and consequent housing need is statistics-based and therefore neither indisputable nor conclusive. As for the assumptions, well an assumption is “the act or an instance of accepting without proof, for the purpose of argument or action”; in this instance the release of around 2,000 acres of our countryside for four or more huge developments, an approximate equivalent to Horsham’s current built area. In the Study, the crucial statisticsbased assumptions are that the District’s population will increase significantly through inward migration in response to significant economic growth at or above pr-recession levels creating many new jobs resulting in a requirement for 13,000 or more new houses to accommodate a hugely enlarged

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workforce. To support their assumptions about future population growth and inward migration the consultants employ a bar chart (Figure 3: Components of population Change, Horsham District) which shows population growth through ‘natural change’ and ‘net migration’ at midyear intervals1991 to 2008. However, contrary to the interpretation placed on it by the consultants, the trend revealed by their bar chart seems to be a decline in inward migration from a peak of 2,000 people in 1996 to around 700 in 2008, with significant peaks and troughs in between. Notably, throughout the period annual increases due to ‘natural change’ are consistently less than 350 persons. Clearly, the assumptions and use of statistics in the Study need to be subjected to careful scrutiny. Readers of the Study should be mindful that in the introduction, the consultants’ state that “Housing need and demand is driven by growth in the population and the changing structure and size of households. The Study explores these factors to con-

sider what level of housing might be needed over the period to 2031”. The key phrase here is “might be needed”; e.g. the consultants are not saying “will be needed”. The consultants’ conclusions are not statements of the inevitable and the projections therein are subject to a high degree of uncertainty. Economic growth and employment at or above pre-recession levels is not assured, whilst economic growth does not always increase employment; indeed use of new technology may result in fewer jobs. CPRE Horsham and Crawley are very concerned that uncritical use of the consultants’ ‘Study’ by HDC will result in inflexible house-building targets being set that are neither appropriate nor sustainable in terms of essential infrastructure and the environment. It is of more general concern that HDC has not consulted local communities for their views on the level of sustainable development in the District now that it is no longer obliged to work with housing numbers handed down by central Government diktat.

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events

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Francesco Raciti will be opening his new restaurant, Carmela (named after his mum, as you’d expect of an Italian!) at the top of Denne Road, today. His team has been hard at work renovating the old building all summer, and look to have done a great job.

There’s a family fundraising event in aid of Tilly Rose today at Horsham Rugby Club, at 4-6pm, with entertainment including Mobile Arc petting zoo, Birds of Prey, Face painting, etc and from 7-11pm adults fun with a charity auction, raffle, live music and more. Donations to SANDS

Lots of action over the Horsham Motocross track today from 11am, including Ladies championship races. Not a great number of people head up that are not involved in the racing, but we’ve always found it a good spectacle and if you’re interested in racing it’s a friendly atmosphere.

Wisborough Green Farmers and Village Market is held today at 9am 12.30pm. It’s held on the village green with 30 stalls including fish, lamb, pork, local flour, honey and crafts. As well as regular stallholders there are often a number of seasonal sellers of local goods and produce

15th Aug

The Association of Sussex Artists hosts a paintings, sculpture and pottery exhibition at the Drill Hall, Denne Rd, Horsham, until 21st August. Open 10.30am-5pm each day, including Sunday, and admission to the exhibition is free. See www.sussexartists.org

15th Aug

Join the Friends of Warnham Local Nature Reserve on a guided walk around the Reserve. Meet at the Visitor Centre at 8am. Quekett Microscopical Club will also be visiting between 10am and 4pm, for a special site meeting. www.friendsofwarnhamlnr.org

Local bragging rights are at stake today as Horsham FC take on their rivals and landlords Horsham YMCA in a friendly. It’s a tough time for both teams, with Horsham losing several key players, but the teams will see this as a vital match in their pre-season preparations

Horsham and District Horticultural Society will be holding its summer flower show at North Heath Hall, St Mark’s Lane, Horsham, today. Staging of exhibits starts at 10.45am, although the show is not open for public viewing until 2.3pm (until 4.30pm). All are welcome.

20th Aug

Cats Protection hosts a Homing Show & Summer Sale at 11am- 3pm at Broadbridge Heath Village Centre. The Homing show is an opportunity for the public to come and meet the cats that are currently in care and looking for homes. There will also be fundraising stalls. Entry is free

21st Aug

Come on The Thunder, you can do it! It’s been a tough year for our American Football team, Sussex Thunder, which plays at BBH stadium. They haven’t won a home match all season, and it’s their penultimate chance to do that at 2.30pm, against the London Cobras

Rudgwick Football Club and Chestnut Tree Hospice host a charity 10km run today at King George V playing fields, Bucks Gree, Rudgwick, at 11am. Registration opens at 9am. Chestnut Tree Hospice is the only children’s hospice in Sussex, providing care for kids and young adults

Horsham will host County Cricket on 18th-22nd, at the Cricketfield Road ground. There’s a four day match between Sussex and Derbyshire on 18th-21st, followed by a one day match v Somerset on the final day of the festival. It’s a great day out. See www.hcsc.co.uk

27th Aug

You know the story - former Special Forces soldiers sent to prison for a crime they did not commit, promptly escaped, LA underground, soldiers of fortune etc. Well, there’s a bit screen version starring Liam Neeson as Hannibal. It’s out at the Capitol for one week from today

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Horsham may not have its old floatled carnival day, but in Ashington village they still go the whole hog. One of the best village days around, it’ll feature the usual procession at 1.30pm followed by a dog show, car show, car boot sale and a funfair at the recreation ground.

Loads of bands at the Rudgwick Music Festival, including Malfunction, Eight Dirty pages, Willie Austen, Furious Badgers, Wild Blue Angels, Jimmie Bone Band. Held at the Springbok Estate, Alfold, all day. All the details you’ll need are on the website at www.rmfblues.org.uk

Horsham Rugby Club will play their first pre-season friendly at home (Coolhurst) today. The first and second teams take on Lewes at 2.30pm, and on the 28th the seconds host Barns Green 1st XV (2.30pm) while the first team take on Petersfield at 2pm. www.horshamrufc.com

Manor Theatre Group presents the Lying Kind, at North Heath Hall, North Heath Lane, Horsham, tonight and Saturday (28th) at 7.30pm. The performance contains string adult language. Tickets are £8.50 from The Non Stop Party Shop or from 07771 524491

Picture This ― Views of Horsham District is a new exhibition on at Horsham Museum. The pictures not only illustrate interesting views but also techniques of some noted artists including Edward Stott ARA. The paintings that make up the exhibition are mainly watercolours

It’s the 24th Rudgwick Steam and Country Show, held over the Bank Holiday weekend. This year, it hosts the British Barbecue Championships. Also, there will be loads of trade stalls, various livestock shows and the New Forest Plonkers. See the manic website for more info

Wow, look at this, all of our threeyear-old readers! A little Big Club show of singing and dancing featuring Barney, Bob the Builder, Angelina Ballerina, Pingu, Fireman Sam and Gigi Forget-Me-Not is at the Capitol tonight and tomorrow. Tickets from 01403 750220

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It’s the Dunsfold Wings and Wheels two day event, showcasing some of the finest civil and military aircraft displays in the UK, as well as recordbreaking cars from Brooklands Museum. The Red Arrows will be among the attractions. For more see www.wingsandwheels.net

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

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

5th Sep

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

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

17th Sep

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

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Wisborough Green Balloon Fest 7th - 9th September A three day Hot Air Balloon Festival held on the 7th-9th September in Wisborough Green, in aid of CHASE hospice care for children. Brian Smith and David Longden organise this event every year and it truly is one of the most dramatic spectacles on the local events calendar. The balloonists support the event

by flying their balloons and donating the £90 fee for passengers directly to the charity with no expenses or costs deducted. It has proved to be a very popular annual event. Usually the flights set off either very early in the morning 9about 6am) or at 6pm for a sunset flight. We’ll post more details in the coming weeks.

Treasure Chest Soft Play Centre is a new and exciting family entertainment centre for children up to the age of 12 and for adults of any age. There is a relaxed and comfy restaurant area, serving good quality, healthy food and drinks. We provide free parking, an excellent security entry system and a range of fun and exciting party packages.

Up to 12 months - Free Under 4 years - £4.50 4 years and over - £5.50 Adults - £1.50 Discount available for childminders (term time only) Play is limited during peak times

Monday to Sunday - 10am to 6pm (last admission 1 hour before closing)

For more information please call 01293 549009 www.treasurechestsoftplay.co.uk info@treasurechestsoftplay.co.uk Treasure Chest Soft Play Centre, Unit 1 The Faraday Centre, Faraday Road, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9PX


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Wednesday 22 & Thursday 23 September 10am, 1pm & 4pm 29 August an evening oF CLairvoyanCe Today is a very special day. Sat 1.30pm & 4pm, Sun 1pm Joe BroWn With tony StoCKWeLL thursday 28 october It’s Peppa Pig’s birthday. Join & 3.30pm Wednesday 29 September in the fun with Peppa and all A brand new singing and PoStMan Pat a very royaL LoveS a Luxury her friends in this charming, dancing show featuring some MiSSion thursday 30 September of the most popular preschool Friday 29 & Saturday 30 octoberoriginal and imaginative show Saturday 2 october that is full of brand new characters, including Who KiLLed agatha ChriStie songs, muddy puddles, and Barney™, Bob the Builder™, dean FriedMan Monday 1 - Wednesday 3 november Sunday 3 october oinks! Angelina Ballerina™, Pingu™, Fifi Forget-me-Not™. dear Santa

MugenKyo taiKo druMMerS Saturday 28 & Sunday tuesday 28 September

KirSten o’Brien’S art! tuesday 26 october

SWan LaKe Wednesday 6 october

Friday 10 - Friday 24 december

THE RAT PACK VEGAS the vagina MonoLogueS SPECTACULAR Saturday 9 october

aLaddin Friday 10 december Monday 3 January

Friday 17 September 7.30pm A sensational show featuring the greatest music from the CINEMA Friday 16 th 20 century, including classics such as3d Come with Me, ShreK Forever aFter (u)FlydigitaL My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Fri 5pm Under & 7.30pm Sat 10.30am, 12.40pm,Lady 2.50pm, 5pm &and 7.30pm is a Tramp Mack the Sun 12.40pm, 2.50pm, Knife.5pm & 7.30pm

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JIMMY TARBUCK THIS IS MY LIFE

Friday 24 September 7.30pm Join Tarby for an entertaining evening, as he takes audiences Thursday 22 July on a nostalgic trip down memory lane with a wealth the tWiLight Saga - eCLiPSe (12a) of hugely funny stories Daily 5.15pm & 7.45pm, Plus Sat, This Sun & and 2.30pm anecdotes. is Thu a Box Office Babies Tue 10.30am fantastically funny evening of comedy for grown-ups!

toy Story 3 3d (u) ALSO BOOKING FOR SEPTEMBER…Daily Mon to Thu inCePtion (12a) Daily 5pm 8pm, Plus 2pm Sat & Sunof the Glenn Miller Era - Mugenkyo 5.20pm & Taiko 7.35pmDrummers Beyond the&Barricade - Sounds Psychic Tony Stockwell


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Now showing on the Big Screen

Toy story 3 Woody, Buzz and the gang are back. As their owner Andy prepares to depart for college, his loyal toys find themselves in daycare where untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice. Starring:Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jodi Benson, Michael Keaton ( 12th Aug)

Knight and Day A woman is caught between a covert agent and those he claims set him up. As their globetrotting adventure erupts they come to realise that all they can count on is each other. Starring: Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Maggie Grace, Marc Blucas, Paul Dano (-19th Aug )

Tribute to the greatest in a week when the horsham Music Alliance revealed details of the Battle of the Bands, let’s have a look at some of the successful acts coming to the capitol this year. We have some of the country’s finest tribute acts, playing classic songs by the likes of Abba, Phil Collins, Frank Sinatra and Roy Orbison. It’s fun all the way in September as the ‘purveyors of cool’ return by popular demand to Horsham with The Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular (Friday 17th September). This sensational show features some of the greatest music from the 20th century including Come Fly with Me, Under My Skin, Mr Bojangles, Lady is a Tramp and Mack the Knife. Fans of musical theatre can enjoy a night of hit songs from West End and Broadway musicals, performed by past principal performers from Les Miserables in Beyond the Barricade (Saturday 25th September) and recapture the sounds of a bygone era as the Nick Ross Orchestra present an unmissable evening of music and song in Sounds of the Glenn Miller Era (Sunday 26th September). For something a little different, Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers (Tuesday 28th September) interweave thundering rhythms on huge taiko drums with layers of percussive soundscapes, dramatic choreography & delicate bamboo

flute and percussion in a in a spellbinding theatrical stage show for the whole family. Dean Friedman (Sunday 3rd October) performs songs from his threedecade career, including chart topping hits such as Ariel, Lucky Stars, Lydia and Woman of Mine. This year sees the 21st anniversary of Roy Orbison’ death, mark this occasion with an evening of sounds from ‘The Big O’ in The Voice of Roy Orbison (Friday 8th October) or look back at a career spanning over fifty years of Rock and Roll with Marty Wilde and the Wildcats (Friday 15th October) and Joe Brown makes a welcome return to The Capitol (Thursday 28th October). The Locrian Ensemble attired in lavish period costume and performing in front of a stunning set present an evening of classical music The Last Night of The Proms By Candlelight (Saturday 16th October) including favourites such as Land of Hope and Glory, Rule Britannia, Jerusalem and The Dambusters March. Dig out your flares and prepare to strut your stuff in the ultimate pop concert The Winner Takes it All (Thursday 18th November) filled with the music of Abba and the Bee Gees, and Horsham’s favourite No Jacket Required are back with their Phil Collins tribute on Saturday 6th November.

“Dig ouT youR FLARes AND pRepARe To sTRuT youR sTuFF iN The uLTiMATe pop coNceRT”

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Half Marathon on track The organisers of the Barns Green Half Marathon are hoping to attract 2,000 runners to this year’s race, being held on Sunday, 31st October. and hopes of achieving this target have been raised, as entries for the Half Marathon are 75% up on this time last

New car parking facilities, and and football clubs through to the year. additional facilities at the start stool ball team. 470 runners have so far enand finish area have enabled the “They all put in a huge effort to tered the race which goes organisers to accommodate more prepare the course and the event through Barns green, Itchingrunners for this year’s event. for the committed running enfield, Christ’s Hospital and thusiasts and indeed those peoclose to Southwater taking in ple that just some of the most want to get picturesque counsome exercise, “We are VerY lUCKY To HaVe SUCH tryside in West have a great Sussex. day out or take greaT SUPPorT loCallY” part in the fancy dress last year 1800 runners took competition.” part in the race in very wet and This year the race is sponsored trying conditions and the race or- by Five oaks audi and Slinfold ganisers are hoping to reach the golf and country Club and their 2000 mark this year for the 28th involvement will help to increase running of the event on Sunday the amount of money that the 31st october. event raises for various charities Many other races all over the and youth organisations in Barns country are finding it increasgreen. ingly hard to get all the relevant This year’s Barns green Half permissions for road closures Marathon chosen charity is Bliss, and such like. the special care baby charity for This means there are much premature babies. entry to the fewer race opportunities and oprace is through the Barns green tions for runners of all standards Half Marathon website; to experience the thrill of taking www.barnsgreen-half.org.uk part in a proper road race with hundreds of other competitors. Barns green Half Marathon Chairman, Vernon Jennings said: “We are delighted with the number of entries so far. We are very lucky to have such great support from a whole host of local people and groups in the village who help with the planning and logistics of staging the Barns green Half Marathon. “all the local clubs and societies get involved, from the cubs, brownies, rugby, cricket

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Understanding youth

Those who work with young people are invited to take part in the next course of the Volunteer Youth Work Training Programme. The successful training programme has been running since the beginning of March and aims to raise awareness and provide a basic understanding of the issues identified in the training programme. The programme provides those working with young people, both in a paid and voluntary capacity, with useful resources as well as information, advice and guidance. By the end of the sessions, those attending will be equipped with the basic information and confidence to engage young people in discussions around these issues. The next course is on Saturday

4th September and covers the topics of education, training and employment. The session will cover an overview of training and education available to young people such as apprenticeships, course information and education levels. The free to attend course is open to anyone who works with or volunteers with young people aged 10-19 in a range of settings. The training programme is a partnership initiative between Horsham District Council, Churches Together, Kingdom Faith, West Sussex Council for Voluntary Youth Service, and West Sussex Youth Service.

To book a place on any of the sessions email community.development@horsham.gov.uk or call 01403 251385.


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Two aces at charity golf event Something in the air

The public is being asked to respond to proposals to declare an Air Quality Management Area in the central area of Storrington. Horsham District Council has a duty to review and assess air quality in the Horsham District on a regular basis and the results of recent detailed tests show that levels of Nitrogen Dioxide are likely to exceed the maximum allowed in central parts of Storrington, including West Street and the High Street. In Storrington the air pollution

is due to the large number of vehicles using the road, combined with the stop/start nature of driving conditions. Comments can be made online at www.horsham.gov.uk Alternatively, write to: Lisa Hawtin, Environmental Protection Officer, Horsham District Council, Park House, North Street, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1RL, email: lisa.hawtin@horsham.gov.uk or call 215200. The closing date for comments is Friday 10th September.

HAODS tickets on sale Tickets are now on sale for the next production by Horsham Amateur Operatic & Dramatics Society (HAODS) at the Capitol Theatre, Horsham. The local group, entertaining the town since 1954, will be performing Cole Porter’s musical, Kiss Me, Kate, on 9th-13th November 2010. Tickets can be bought from the Capitol on 750220.

An expensive day for the sponsors, then! The weather was not kind for the 3rd annual Mary How Trust Golf Tournament, but Lady Luck had not deserted those playing. At West Chiltington Golf Club, not one but two holes in one were made. Carol Kennard, of Wor-

thing Golf Club, was the first to make a hole in one, at the 13th. Brian O’Neill, of West Chiltington Golf Club, followed with a hole in one at the 11th. Golfers cheered as the extraordinary news spread. The hole in one challenges were generously sponsored by PMA Motor

Factors of Cranleigh, and Carol and Brian will each be awarded a set of Callaway Diablo Edge irons. Despite the bad weather, the 96 golfers who took part in the golf tournament made the day go with a swing. The winning team – David Constantine (West Chilting-

ton GC), Carol Kennard, Alan Constantine and Alan Harris (Worthing GC) – scored 80 points and won vouchers for American Golf, kindly donated by Spofforths LLP. The Mary How Trust estimates that a superb £4,500 has been raised for its health screening service.


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Weird news from Planet Earth

Robber moans haul A US man who robbed a fast food restaurant was so upset with his haul that he twice called the restaurant to complain. The man robbed a Wendy's burger restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia, at gunpoint, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Police say he later phoned the restaurant twice to complain about the amount of cash

which had been in the till. "Next time there better be more than $586," he said during one call.

Californian actor Nick Afanasiev has been credited with having the longest tongue in America by San Diego news station Fox 5. Afanasiev's tongue measures 3.5 inches from the middle of his closed top lip to the tip of his tongue. That leaves him just 0.36 inches short of the world record, held by Briton Stephen

Taylor. Afanasiev's tongue got him a cameo on iCarly and the actor has never looked back.

One mouthy actor

The little magic man A 40-year-old from a village in south west China is hoping to claim the title of world's shortest man. At just 76cm (just under two foot, six inches) Huang Kaiquan is only 1.4cm higher than previous record holder He Pingping, who died in March aged 21. Huang, who smokes heavily and is a former magician, is the height and weight of an average

three year old. In Sanjiang village, Huang is known to locals as 'Short Brother'. He still lives with his mother Cheng.

World Cup oracle Paul the Octopus is poised for a new career - as an Elvis Presley impersonator. The psychic sea creature became a global star after 'predicting' the correct outcome of all Germany's matches in South Africa. Now he is to be turned into an Elvis Presley tribute act by his new agent Chris Davies, from Worcestershire.

"One of the most exciting things is that he has a record deal in place for an album, called Paul The Octopus Sings Elvis," said Mr Davies.

A Coventry student has found himself thrust into the limelight - after Kanye West made him his one and only friend on Twitter. Steve Holmes is baffled as to why the rap superstar decided to follow his tweets. The rapper has acquired more than 400,000 followers himself

after less than a week on Twitter but is following only one of them.

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Drugs team boosted by 3 new additions The award-winning Horsham Family and Friends team, which helps the relatives and friends of people who misuse drugs or alcohol, has recruited three more trained volunteers. The team, which runs a free drop-in service at the Park Barn, North Street, Horsham (opposite The Capital behind New Park house), between 5.30 and 7pm on the first and third Tuesday of each month, now has eight members. The centre is one of a countywide network run by the West Sussex Drug and Alcohol Action Team’s (DAAT) Family and Friends Network. One of the new team members, Rochelle Abrahams,

“WE OFFER ADVICE AND GIVE PEOPLE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE THEIR (DRUGS) EXPERIENCES!”

said: “The drop-in centre offers people a safe place where they can receive information and support in complete confidence. “We can, for example, help with exploring options open to those affected by someone misusing drink or drugs, offer advice and give people an opportunity to share their experiences.”

Rochelle and her seven colleagues receive ongoing comprehensive and accredited training from the DAAT. They are taught to actively listen to people in a non-judgemental way. “We believe family and friends can play an important role in helping someone to recover from their addiction,” she said. Peter Evans, County Coun-

cil Cabinet Member for Public Protection, said: “The additional volunteers will be able to build upon the successful service this drop in centre has been offering the community for some years now. “Living with someone who misuses drugs or alcohol can create a lot of stress, tension and a feeling of isolation. The volunteers show people they

are not alone – that, in fact, there is someone out there who can provide support and assistance.”

The Family and Friends Network can be contacted on 01234 382641. The Patched Helpline, which offers support and services for anyone who is experiencing the effects of someone else’s misuse of drugs or alcohol, is open 7 days a week, 10am-10pm on 0800 085 4450.


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According to latest studies it is not just sports fans that ought to be excited about the London 2012 Olympics. The staging of the event is set to provide a cash windfall for homeowners living or renting property near London. HomeAway Holiday-Rentals says that those living near the site could make around £2,000 a week by renting out

their home during the event. Over its 16 days it estimates that the average east London property owner could make £4,500. Tim Boughton, UK general manager, for HomeAway Holiday- Rentals, said: “The switch from hotels to holiday rental has been steadily increasing, with particularly high spikes in demand around major global sporting events.

“For the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, many visitors sought out holiday rental properties as an alternative to a hotel, which meant the average weekly income generated per property soared by almost 150%. “However, even at this increased rate, holiday home rentals still often work out far cheaper than similar standard hotels, making them a highly

attractive option for tourists.” building society that house Buying property near the prices are stabilising. Accordsite has also proved to be a ing to the Nationwide house shrewd investment since the prices dipped by 0.5% during July. This pushes the annual London was named as the rate of house price inflation to host of the 2012 Olympics in down on interest only lending. 6.6%. The price of an average 2005. The Council of Mortgage home is now £169,347, which According to Lloyds TSB Lenders (CML) says that preis the same as July 2008’s house prices in the area have vious self-certification borlevel. rocketed since then. Homerrowers face becoming Nationwide chief economist ton and Shoreditch, two of the “mortgage prisoners” with nearest residential areas to Martin Gahbauer said: “At the tougher lending criteria effecthe site, have seen average moment, the market is clearly tively excluding them from property prices rise by 69% easing relative to the very switching deals or moving and 53% respectively since tight supply conditions that 2005. This compares to a 36% home. characterised it since early In a statement the CML rise in property prices in 2009. says: “We also believe that inGreater London during the "A combination of restricsufficient regard has been period. tive credit conditions and ungiven by politicians to the Suren Thiru, housing econcertainty about the future form of regulatory reform omist at Lloyds TSB, said: economic outlook continues which the FSA proposes and to limit the pool of buyers to “Part of this rise is likely to those with relatively large fihave been due to an increased its likely market impact.” interest in property in these loca“HOLIDAY HOME RENTALS STILL OFTEN tions from both buyers and investors as a result WORK OUT CHEAPER THAN HOTELS” of the associated Latest data released by the nancial resources.” regeneration taking place. Bank of England (BoE) shows He added that it was too “Looking forward, property that the mortgage market is early to say whether house prices across east London are already quiet. prices are likely to fall likely to receive a boost from The BoE’s gross lending figthe legacy of improved inframarkedly in the coming ure (not seasonally adjusted) structure and transport links months. was £12.9 billion for June, left by the London 2012 Home.co.uk’s latest Asking lower than the CML’s estimate Olympics.” Price Index found that around for the month of £13.1 billion Meanwhile, this week saw 74, 000 homes for sale had and down on June 2009’s figtheir asking price cut in the further debate surrounding ure. month of June. This is the the FSA’s controversial plans Further evidence emerged largest number of asking to tighten mortgage lending this week from the Land Regprice reductions in a single criteria, stamp out self-cert month since January 2009. mortgages for good and clamp istry and the Nationwide

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Planning Applications

Planning applications submitted to Horsham District Council under the Town and Country Planning Acts and related legislation requiring statutory publicity. Applications registered between 23/07/2010 and 29/07/2010 DC/10/1541 Occupation of dwelling in non compliance with agricultural occupancy condition (condition number 2) of WG/32/86 (Lawful Development Certificate - Existing) Peppers Farm Peppers Lane Ashurst Steyning West Sussex BN44 3AX

DC/10/1520 Demolition of existing single storey rear structure and conservatory and erection of single storey rear play room and family room 4 Posthorses Ashington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3QF

DC/10/0835 New workshops, spare stores and rest room facilities (re-positioned from passed application DC/07/2216) Johnsons Yard Coneyhurst Road Coneyhurst Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DQ DC/10/1543 Erection of building-mounted and fence-mounted signs and erection of replacement postmounted sign (11 total) Scats Plc Newbridge Road East Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9LR

DC/10/1537 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/05/1388 (2 dormer windows to front elevation and extension to front gable wall) 26 Berrall Way Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9PG

DC/10/1521 Proposed rooms in existing roof space over garage, hipped roof construction changed to gable end over existing garage and new pitched roof with rooms in roof space replacing flat roof between house and garage Ashleys Colebrook Lane Watersfield Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1NA

DC/10/1532 Surgery to 1 Horse Chestnut tree (Tree Preservation Order) Brockhurst Brockhurst Farm London Road Watersfield Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1NX DC/10/1479 Conservatory to rear 18 Flower Farm Close Henfield West Sussex BN5 9QA

DC/10/1518 Rear section of garage demolished, new single storey rear extension added Mulberry House Salisbury Road Horsham West Sussex RH13 0AJ

DC/10/1538 Surgery to 1 x Oak trees (Tree Preservation Area) 19 Old Millmeads Horsham West Sussex RH12 2LP

DC/10/1443 Single storey rear extension at 6 and 7 Hurston Grove, Storrington 6 Hurston Grove Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4HQ

DC/10/1529 Single storey porch extension 43 Queensway Horsham West Sussex RH13 5AP

DC/10/1390 Fell Conifers, 1 x Common Beech and surgery to 3 x Copper Beech and Thuya trees (Works to Trees in a Conservation Area) 5 Fordingbridge Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 1JN

DC/10/1481 Insertion of dormer window at rear of property (Full Planning) Nightingales 45 North Street Horsham West Sussex RH12 1RN DC/10/1483 Insertion of dormer window at rear of property (Listed Building Consent) Nightingales 45 North Street Horsham West Sussex RH12 1RN DC/10/1519 2 fascia signs (Advertisement Consent) Rex House 18 London Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 1AY

DC/10/1514 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/05/1382 (2-storey extension and conservatory.) Oakland House 4 Oakland Close Horsham West Sussex RH13 6RU

DC/10/1534 Application for the erection of 5 dwellings (2 open market and 4 affordable) with associated parking. Provision of additional parking for Holy Trinity Church and provision of over-spill parking for Church Farm Courtyard and existing adjoining properties (Outline) Land West of The Vicarage Handcross Road Plummers Plain West Sussex DC/10/1548 Building used as a dwelling house (Certificate of Lawful Use - Existing) Holmcroft Copsale Road Copsale Horsham West Sussex RH13 6QU

DC/10/1517 2-storey extension providing garage and accommodation to Adastra House Adastra House Church Road Mannings Heath Horsham West Sussex RH13 6JE DC/10/1496

DC/10/1547 Removal of condition 16 of planning permission DC/10/0003 relating to code level 3 Strome Park Washington Road Storrington West Sussex

The latest list of planning applications, including new bunkers at Sussex Mushrooms, Thakeham 2-Storey and ground floor extensions 10 Goosegreen Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 5XZ

DC/10/1456 Drop kerb and crossover public footpath to park car on front garden 252 Crawley Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 4HE

DC/10/1544 Proposed single storey side extension Star Farm Gay Street Lane North Heath Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2HN

DC/10/1536 Remedial repairs and strengthening to replace temporary props to the garden wall to Parham House and gardens Parham House Parham Park Parham Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4HS

DC/10/1386 Change of use from parking to airport parking Bonwycks Lodge Farm Ifield Wood Ifield Crawley West Sussex RH11 0LE DC/10/1387 Overflow car park during summer months Bonwycks Lodge Farm Ifield Wood Ifield Crawley West Sussex RH11 0LE

DC/10/1531 Erection of a first floor and ground floor extension to northern wing in conjunction with linking of outbuilding to main dwelling and conversion to habitable space, the demolition of the existing conservatory and replacement with two storey glazed conservatory, ground floor extension to north elevation and associated

alterations to existing dwelling. Ranvers House The Haven Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9BS

DC/10/1540 First floor and single storey side extensions 31 Corfe Close Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9XL

DC/10/1492 Installation of a satellite dish to rear of house for reception of digital T.V. (Listed Building Consent) Coltstaple Farm House Coltstaple Lane Horsham West Sussex RH13 9BB

DC/10/1549 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/05/2151-Conversion of redundant barn and ancillary outbuildings to dwelling and car port (Listed Building Consent) Griggs Tower Hill Horsham West Sussex RH13 0JT DC/10/1550 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/05/2150 Conversion of redundant barn and ancillary outbuildings to dwelling and car port (Full Planning) Griggs Tower Hill Horsham West Sussex RH13 0JT

DC/10/1524 Single and two storey extensions 1 Fir Villas Southwater Street Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9BN

DC/10/1515 Surgery to 1 x Oak tree (T3) Tree Preservation Order 23 Dover Close Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9XX

DC/10/1376 Surgery to 3 x Sycamore, 4 x Hawthorn, 1 x Silver Birch and a Holly tree Nyali Hurston Close Hurston Lane Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4RU

DC/10/1513 Fell 1 Monterey Cypress and 3 Conifers (Works to trees in a Conservation Area) Yew Tree Cottage Horsham Road Steyning West Sussex BN44 3LJ

DC/10/1471 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/05/1128 (2 storey rear extension) 15 Laines Road Steyning West Sussex BN44 3LL

DC/10/1314 Demolition of existing buildings and redevelopment of the Abingworth Nursery site for 146 dwellings, comprising of open market dwellings, 51 dwellings for the 55 plus age group, 12 affordable dwellings, 20 key worker dwellings, village hall building (including shop and doctor's surgery), pre-school facility, community workshops/studio (957.5 sq metres), sports pitches and changing rooms, cricket pitch and pavilion, children's play area, access roads, open space and landscaped areas (including footpaths) Abingworth Nurseries Storrington Road Thakeham West Sussex

DC/10/1316 Erection of new bunkers (1,697 sq metres) with aerated floors which will reduce odours, a replacement Gypsum and material store (2,800 sq metres), pasteurising tunnels (1,840.5 sq metres) required for the cultivation of mushrooms, open space and landscaped areas (Including footpaths) Sussex Mushrooms Storrington Road Thakeham Pulborough West Sussex RH20

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DC/10/1512 Proposed loft conversion with hip to gable roof extension Shiralea Storrington Road Thakeham Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3ED

DC/10/1469 Temporary stockman's dwelling Land East of Warren House Truleigh Hill Shoreham West Sussex

DC/10/1396 Residential use of mobile home for over 10 years (Certificate of Lawful Development - Existing) Comfrey Stables Coolham Road Coneyhurst Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DH DC/10/1472 Barn style garage Trees The Common West Chiltington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2PL DC/10/1539 Proposed car barn Former Carradale Littleworth Lane Partridge Green West Sussex

DC/10/1457 Outline application for up to 100 residential units and associated ground preparation works, highways access and the 1st phase of Sandgate Country Park RMC Engineering Services Ltd Workshops Storrington Road Washington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4AG

Further details of the applications, including plans, may be inspected at the Council Offices, Park North, North Street, Horsham, during the period of 21 days from 06/11/2009, or can be viewed at www.horsham.gov.uk Any person who wishes to make representations to the Council should do so in writing, stating the reference number, within the stated period, to the Director of Planning, Park House, North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RL. Any correspondence received will be available for public inspection and posted on the Council's website. The Council has introduced a scheme to provide the public with an opportunity to speak at committee meetings when planning applications are being decided. Details of the procedure can be obtained from the Planning Office or by calling 01403 215192.


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Make the most of your garden

Period cottage for sale Mallards are pleased to offer for sale this attractive, two bedroom period cottage in Cowfold for sale at £224,950. the mid terrace period cottage, which at the front overlooks the edge of a primary school playing field with church grounds beyond, is well maintained and has many character features including sash windows, open fireplace to the living room and many original internal doors.

the kitchen/dining room is well fitted with wooden work surfaces, cream coloured units, built-in oven and hob and dishwasher and several under stairs storage cupboards. to the first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom with a white suite. Bedroom one measures 10’9” x 9’10” plus wardrobe depth of 2 ft and has a rear aspect with outlook over neighbouring playing field and church

grounds. the bathroom comprises fully tiled walls with a combination of white and ornate glazed tiles with contrasting dark tiled floor, white suite comprising: panelled bath with separate shower, unit and clear glass shower screen. the rear garden measures 30ft x 13ft and is almost entirely paved and enclosed by close boarded timber garden fencing. there is an outside store to the

all in immaculate order

Munslow Bailey gray have been instructed to market this immaculate three bedroom semi detached home in Bowes close, horsham for £299,950 the property is 11 years old and is presented in immaculate order from top to bottom, including the recent replacement of the bathroom with a modern contemporary suite and feature full height tiling. the accommodation comprises living room, kitchen breakfast room, cloakroom, three bedrooms and bathroom. outside there is a pri-

side of the cottage which houses space and plumbing for washing machine. there is also a further timber garden shed. at the foot of the rear garden is a gate giving pedestrian access.

Mallards are offering the property for sale at £224,950. For further details and to arrange a viewing please contact Mallards on 01403 263000.

excellent access to both the vate drive providing off street station and town centre parking for a minimum of two should look no further, this vehicles, a garage and a well property is probably one of maintained front garden. the rear garden is a particu- the best examples of its type lar feature of this home, providing “the rear garden provides full full width patio, ideal for alfresco patio, ideal for alfresco dining” dining this time of year, a lawn and interspersed mature in horsham.” shrubs and beds. ian Munslow of Munslow For an appointment to view or Bailey gray commented: “Buyfurther information contact Munslow Bailey Gray on 01403 ers looking for a modern, low 267530 maintenance property with

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Individuals with large gardens should consider the benefits of selling part of their land for development, according to Connells Land and New Homes expert Simon Collins. “we are seeing a lot of demand from developers for smaller, privately-owned plots at the current time, especially where the homeowner has obtained planning permission for development,” says simon. “despite improvements in the housing market, builders are still hedging their bets and it is safer to build fewer homes on a smaller plot of land than risk having money tied up in larger, undeveloped plots.” however, homeowners with the option of selling part of their land for development will need to strike while the iron is hot. as the housing market continues to improve and confidence returns, developers will undoubtedly return to large scale plots in response to higher numbers of buyers looking to purchase a new home. “i would urge those thinking about the possibility of selling some land for development to act quickly,” continues simon. “at present, even some of the larger developers are looking at smaller plots but it will not last for long if the market continues to improve.”

If you would like to talk to Simon about the possibility of selling some of your land for development, please call Connells Land Department on 01403 282520..

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By order of the mortgagee in possession we would advise that an offer of 230,000 has been received for the property: 95 St Leonards Rd, Horsham, West Sussex,

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t : 01403 275543 w : www.inhousehomes.co.uk e : lettings@inhousehomes.co.uk e : sales@inhousehomes.co.uk Horsham £134,950 (Leasehold)

Broadbridge Heath £199,950 (Freehold)

Southwater £209,950 (Freehold)

Horsham £214,950 (Leasehold)

A well presented one bedroom first floor flat located within close proximity to Horsham town centre and mainline station. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 11’10” kitchen, 12’ living room, 13’9” bedroom and refitted bathroom. The property also benefits from double glazing, gas radiator heating and allocated parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

A well presented two bedroom terrace house situated in the popular Village of Broadbridge Heath. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch, 15’11 living room, open plan to dining area and refitted kitchen. To the first floor are two bedrooms and refitted bathroom. The property also benefits from recently installed gas radiator heating and parking for one car. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

A well presented two bedroom end terrace house situated in a cul-desac in the popular Village of Southwater. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch, 13’8 living room, open plan to dining area and refitted kitchen. To the first floor are two bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from double glazing, gas radiator heating and allocated parking for one car. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

A well presented two bedroom first floor luxury apartment situated in the popular gated development of The Comptons. Accommodation comprises; master bedroom with en-suite shower room, second double bedroom, spacious hall leading to 17’ living room opening to the kitchen, bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and allocated parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

North Horsham £219,950 (Freehold)

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Southwater £274,995 (Freehold)

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

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

A well presented three bedroom detached property situated in a cul-de-sac location within the popular village of Southwater. The accommodation comprises; kitchen, utility area, 24’ lounge/ diner, conservatory. To the first floor are three bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and garage. AViewing is highly recommended.

A well presented three bedroom link detached house situated in a highly sought after location within close proximity of Horsham Town Centre. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, kitchen, 16’1 living room. To the first floor are three bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and detached garage.

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a detached 4 bedroom family house that has been enhanced and improved and should be viewed to fully appreciate the qualities and landscaped gardens. HorsHam 01403 263000

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Stunning end of terrace property found opposite South Lodge Hotel, in a sought after development. 3 beds, master en suite, garage and good sized garden. HorsHam 01403 263000

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£349,950

older style family house that has been extended on both ground and first floor to give much enhanced accommodation. HorsHam 01403 263000

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£224,950

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

£169,950 You are welcome to come along on Saturday 7th august 10am-12pm to informally view this impressive 2 bedroom town centre apartment.

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£209,950

a spacious end of terrace family house with double glazed windows and gas fired heating to radiators. The property is in need of redecoration and modernisation. HorsHam 01403 263000

waRNHam

£119,500

Spacious 1 bed first floor apartment, specifically designed for the over 60’s. The development is well maintained and has a Resident Scheme manager. HorsHam 01403 263000

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£615,000

a luxury detached family house built to a high specification situated in a close of similar style modern houses near the heart of Kirdford village. Entrance hall, cloakroom, drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen, family/breakfast room, utility room, master bedroom with en- suite bathroom, large dressing room, bedroom 2 with en-suite bathroom, 2 further bedrooms, family bathroom, double garage, enclosed rear garden.

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

£289,950

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£590,000 a well presented detached bungalow with annexe potential in cul-de-sac location, situated close to local amenities. Lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, conservatory, 3 bedrooms (master en-suite), family bathroom, garage, ample parking, gardens.

storrington 01903 746000

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Two newly-built 2-bed and two 3-bed individuallydesigned semi-detached houses comprising lounge/ dining room, cloakroom, kitchen and bathroom. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

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detached character property set in grounds of approx. 1 acre. 4 bedrooms including a separate annexe, 3 reception rooms, detached double garage. storrington 01903 746000

£395,000

a spacious detached house which has recently modernised and extended. 4/5 beds, en-suite, cloakroom, 2/3 reception rooms, bathroom, large garden. BillingsHurst 01403 785288

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£525,000

a detached executive home set on a corner plot. 5 bedrooms, 2 en-suites, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, double garage, gardens. storrington 01903 746000

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£399,950

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HoRSHam 01403 263000

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


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Telephone : 01403 242033 Mobile : 07590 580226 Email : enquiries@westonlettings.co.uk

From The Met to let Sophie Weston has now been running her property lettings company Weston Lettings for just over a year and is proud to report how successful it has become. Originally from Surrey, Sophie spent 17 years working for the Metropolitan Police, qualifying as an inspector. She policed the diverse and challenging areas of Brixton and Streatham in South London. When the time came to start a family the decision was made to move out of the area and find a quiet spot in the country. Sophie and her husband James decided to settle in the beautiful village of Warnham after falling in love with a charming cottage they spotted in the paper. “When I saw the advert I said to my hus-

Set up in September 2008 Weston Lettings was officially launched in March 2009 with her first let at the popular Gucci estate in Rusper. Im-

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best at all times. Sophie stresses “Whilst other estate agents loyalties are divided between house and mortgage sales we are dedicated and fully focused on lettings and property management only, giving you that extra level of attention and service”. She continues ““We pride ourselves in offering A personal and friendly service to all, whilst at the same time maintaining a high standard of competence and profesWeston lettings is indepen- sionalism”. dently owned by sophie and offers a very personal approach to the lettings inSo if you are considering dustry. letting out your property Sophie will be your main point or looking to rent a propof contact throughout your erty in the Horsham distime with Westons. Whether trict, whether it’s a country you’re a landlord or tenant estate or town apartment, she will ensure the quality of call Sophie NOW on 01403 service will be nothing but the 242033 pressed with her efficiency and service Sophie then went on to win the contract for the whole of the Gucci estate. Since then business has gone from strength to strength and the Weston family have settled well in Warnham where their two daughters now attend the village Primary school and Sophie is the Chair person of the Pre-School and a recognised member of the community.

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band ‘That’s the one’, so we zoomed down and made an offer” says Sophie. As time passed the Westons were blessed with two daughters and Sophie made a decision to take a career break and stay at home to look after the children. Inevitably finances became stretched and they decided to let their property out and rent a smaller more financially manageable property for themselves. It was then that Sophie, disappointed with the service they had received from the Letting Agents, said to her husband, “I can do better than that”. It was then that Weston Lettings was born.

a 3 bedroomed barn conversion designed by gucci with private direct access to indoor swimming pool. all bedrooms are en-suites.

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Mortgage firm scoops coveted industry award Horsham’s All Types of Mortgages Ltd (AToM) is delighted to have been awarded a British Mortgage Award (BMA) 2010. the bMa’s are mortgage industry awards based on votes received from mortgage intermediaries, independent financial advisers, mortgage lenders and other sectors of the mortgage industry. these awards recognise not only the company’s achievements throughout “the pundits are predicting a tough coupLe the year, but specifi- of years, but atoM are in it for the Long hauL” ahead in the mortcally indigage sector, but geoff hurst Mbe, the night sector are highly regarded vidual contributions. atoM are in it for the long was a superb event, a posiand i was honoured to be once voted on to the short haul. We will continue to tive affair and atoM sales nominated in the same list, the individuals are then source new funders, new league as them, let alone win and Marketing director, dale assessed and winners choproducts and provide excelthe award! although this Jannels, was awarded - busisen by a select judging panel lent service to both our cusaward has my name on it, ness Leader, specialist Mortof 25, which include many tomers and intermediaries, gage distribution 2010. atoM is a close knit team lender and financial instituwith the hope that we redale commented: “Whilst i and i wouldn’t have been tion ceo’s and Managing dimain at the forefront of the knew i was short-listed, i given this award without rectors. specialist mortgage market.” was quite shocked to win altheir hard work and commitheld at the hilton hotel, though highly delighted of ment. park Lane, with over 500 course! “the pundits are predictguests from the mortgage inFor more information about “the individuals in our ing a tough couple of years dustry and hosted by sir AToM call 01403 272625

Lack of first timers following the council of Mortgage Lenders’ report that the percentage of first time buyers entering the property market has reached a three year low, a recent home sale network survey has found a similar decline. When asked whether survey respondents have seen a decreased number of first time buyers in Q2 2010 compared to Q1 2010, over two thirds (67%) said that they had; with 81% seeing up to a 20% decrease. a specially selected, national network of independent estate agents across england, scotland and Wales, home sale network is able to provide a good indication of the number of first time buyers around the country that are entering the uK property market. When asked what network members thought the biggest

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influence was in preventing first time buyers from entering the market, over half (60%) cited job security and a further 36% reported there was a lack of mortgage availability. david Jeffrey from Woodlands estate agents, the member of home sale network in horsham, said: “first time buyers are having to find new ways to be able to afford their first home with many opting to buy a property with a friend or family member. “the uK property market is still a good investment and so once you’ve got the necessary deposit, now is a good time to get on the property ladder. “if you are a first time buyer then contact Woodlands today. as a home sale network member, we are horsham’s Local expert and can help you find the right property.”

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

Horsham £3,250 pcm

Ifold £2,500 pcm

Bolney £2,200 pcm A fantastic four bedroom detached family house situated in a rural and quiet area of Bolney. The property has been refurbished to a high standard and enjoys fantastic views of the surrounding countryside.

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

A delightful four bedroom, four bathrooms detached barn conversion situated in a quiet rural location and only a short drive from Horsham town centre. Available for short term and long term lets.

The Hamptons International team always go further to meet your personal property needs, whatever they may be. Over 97% of our clients say they would use us again or recommend us to others. Let us show you why.

Billingshurst £1,900 pcm A fantastic Victorian detached four double bedroom house with four reception rooms, off road parking and garage situated a short walk from Bllingshurst mainline train station.

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Southwater £1,650 pcm

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• Bright and spacious top floor unfurnished studio flat • Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac with easy access to the A24 • Large studio room with built-in wardrobe • Fitted kitchen with appliances included • Security entry and residents parking

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• Spacious well presented 2 bedroom unfurnished house • Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location • Kitchen/diner with door leading to small conservatory • One double and one single bedroom • With parking and gardens

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Birthday for iconic Transit Ford's iconic Transit has a significant birthday next month, celebrating 45 years of success. The Ford Transit, the pioneer of the ubiquitous white van, has led the UK market ever since the year that Jim Clark won the Indianapolis 500 and F1 World Championship, Tom and Jerry and Thunderbirds made their TV debuts, the Sound of Music movie was released and Mary Quant invented the mini skirt. At launch, the cheapest Transit, a short wheelbase, petrol-engined van with 610kg payload, cost £542. The most expensive Transit was a 15-seat Custom bus which cost £997. From 78 derivatives in 1965, there are now more than 600 Transit entities, providing a range of dedicated commercial vehicles to ensure there is a model for every job required. Today's Transit continues to represent great value. A special edition "Sapphire" (pictured above left) went into production at the Southampton

Fiat’s Black day

Following on from the success of the Fiat 500 Pink, another unique limited edition version of the popular city car has been announced – the Fiat 500 BlackJack. Just 200 examples of the matt black supermini will be available. As with previous special edition 500 models, the BlackJack will initially be available online only at www.fiat.co.uk. The new car costs £12,165 OTR (1.2) and £13,565 OTR (1.4).

Plant this year to mark 45 years of success. The Sapphire develops more power and torque, has longer service intervals yet costs just £295 more than the last cel-

ebration model in 2005, the Transit "Hallmark". Since its launch in 1965 more than six million Transits have been built at 22 factories across

What Car? has revealed that 45% of drivers in the UK would be likely to fail the practical part of the current driving test if they retook it today. In a recent poll on whatcar.com, 75% of drivers said they thought driving standards are getting worse. However, only a third admit-

the world. More than 2.1 million Transits have been sold in Britain: Britain's best seller with more than 23,000 sold in 2010.

ted that their driving had deteriorated. What Car? put 20 readers of varying age and experience through a practical driving test, with just over half qualifying for a pass mark. A total of 15 minor faults are allowed during the driving test, but one serious fault is an immediate fail. Of the

20 readers who took part, eight committed a serious fault resulting in immediate fail, one clocked up more than 15 faults and two of them committed five serious errors. In total the 20 readers racked up 277 minor faults, an average of just under 14 each.

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05(55) BMW X3 2.0 Turbo Diesel SE 6sp A/C SH, 25K Miles.........................................£14,999

05(55) Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2.2, 56K Auto C220 Turbo Diesel SE Sports ................ £11,699

05(05) Renault Clio 182 Sport Cup 2.0, 75K Hatch, A/C, Alloys, 1 Owner, FSH ........... £4,999

06(56) Renault Scenic Privilege VVT 111, 21K MPV, Alloys, A/C, ABS, 1 Owner ............. £6,699

05(56) Citroen C2 1.6 VTS, 5K Hatchback, A/C, 1 Owner, S/H................ £6,999

07(57) Citroen C1 Rhythm 5dr, 35K Hatch, A/C, ABS, 1 Lady Owner ............. £5,499

06(06) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Auto, 3 Door, 16K Hatchback, A/C, 1 Owner, S/H................ £6,499

06(56) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Auto, 5 Door, 25K Hatchback, A/C, 1 Owner, S/H................ £5,999

06(06) Audi A3 2L TDi Sport, 59K Hatch, E/W, ABS, 1 Owner .................... ..£9,999

06(06) BMW 318 Turbo Diesel SE 6sp AC PAS Alloys SH, 46K Miles .............................£11,999

07(07) Saab 9-3 1.9 Turbo Diesel 150 Vector, 18K, E/M, E/W, Alloys, 1 Owner ............ £10,999

04(04) BMW 525 iSE Auto, 44K Saloon, A/C, Alloys, Full leather ............ £12,699

05(05) Citroen C3 SX 104, 5 Door, 18K A/C, PAS, 1 Owner, FSH ......................... £5,399

06(56) BMW 1.8 Turbo Diesel Sport, 25K Miles ...............................................................£12,499

07(07) Nissan Qashqai 1.6 Vista, 5dr, 5 sp, A/C CD Alloys SH, 12K................................... £9,999

03(53) Mercedes C180 KSE Auto, 43K Coupe, A/C, 1 Lady Owner, FSH............. £8,699

05(54) Mini Cooper 3dr Chili Pack, 51K Hatch, Half Leather, Metallic ................... £7,699

04(04) Renault Clio 1.2 Extreme 3dr, 36K Hatch, ABS, E/W, SH .............................. £3,999

06(56) Citroen C4 SX 16v 5dr Auto, 13K Hatchback, A/C, 1 Lady Owner............... £6,499

05(54) BMW 525 SE Diesel, 70K Estate, A/C, Alloys, Full Leather ............ £11,999

08(08) Peugeot 207 1.4 SW, 10K Estate, A/C, 1 Owner, S/H ....................... £8,699

04(54) Mercedes-Benz C220 Avant-Garde TD 36K, Saloon, A/C, Leather, FSH .............. £9,999

05(05) BMW 320 MSport 2 Litre, 52K Estate, A/C, Alloys, Full Leather ............ £12,699

07(56) Hyundai 2.0 S111 Auto, 20K Coupe, Alloys, Full Leather, FSH ............. £9,999

07(57) Citroen C3 Cool 1.4 HDi, 5 Door, 34K Hatchback, ABS, E/M, E/W, 1 Owner ..... £6,499

08(08) Chrysler 300C CRD 3.0, 20K Saloon, A/C, Alloys, Full Leather ........... £15,999

04(54) Toyota Avensis T Spirit D-4d TDI 5dr 59K, Hatch, A/C, Full Leather, FSH ......... £6,999

05(54) Peugeot 307 2 Litre SW Auto, 18K Estate, A/C, Alloys, ABS, EW .................. £5,699

07(56) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Climate 5dr, 13K Hatch, A/C, ABS, E/M ............................. £7,399

06(56) Honda Civic 1.8 Sport 5dr 65d, 38K Hatch, A/C, PAS, Alloys, FSH.................. £9,999

04(04) Hyundai Elantra CDX Crtd 2.0 5dr, 68K Hatch, A/C, Full Leather, 1 Lady Owner .. £3,699

07(56) Honda Jazz 1.4 SE Auto, 19K Hatch, A/C, ABS, 1 Owner ...................... £7,999

07(07) Toyota Auris T3 D4D 2ltr TD 5dr, 52K Hatch, A/C, ABS, Demo + 1 Owner ...... £7,999

03(53) Renault Megane 1.6, 5 Door, 48K Hatchback, 1 Owner, S/H ........................ £4,599

02(52) Mercedes C220 Avant-Garde Auto CDi 44K, Estate, A/C, Leather, FSH ............... £9,999

04(54) Jaguar X-Type 2.0 SE TDi, 31K Saloon, A/C, ABS, 1 Lady Owner, SH ... £8,999

07(57) Fiat Bravo T-Jet 1.4 Active, 37K Hatch, A/C, ABS, Service History ........... £5,999

06(56) VW Touareg TDi Altitude, 25K 4x4, A/C, ABS, Demo + 1 Owner .......... £21,999

07(07) Mercedes A-Class 1.5 A150 5dr, 21K Hatchback, A/C, ABS, 1 Owner .............. £8,699

08(08) Nissan Note 1.6 Tekna Hatch, 16K Hatch, A/C, ABS, 1 Owner ...................... £7,999

05(05) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Climate TDCi, 43K Hatchback, A/C, E/M, E/W, CD ............... £6,999

06(56) BMW 116i Sport 5dr, 20K Hatch, A/C, ABS, 1 Owner, SH.............. £10,999

Further Stock

02(52) Honda CR-V 2L Sport SE 4x4, 54K Miles .......................................... £5,999 99(T) Honda Civic 1.6 ES Aerodeck Auto, 71K Miles....................................£1,699 06(55) Citroen Picasso 1.6 Desire HDi MPV, 39K Miles............................... £5,999 99(V) Mercedes CLK 230 Kompressor Elegance Auto, 68K Miles ........... £4,999 07(07) Dodge Calibur 2.1 Diesel, 6sp A/C Alloys SH, 34K Miles ............. £7,699 07(07) Citroen C4 2.0 Exclusive, Auto A/C PAS CD Alloys SH 13K ........ £9,699 07(07) Renault Kangoo 1.6 Expression, Auto A/C PAS CD Alloys SH 14K.......£5,999

06(56) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Climate, 26K Miles .......................................... £6,999 06(56) Ford Fiesta 1.4 Zetec Climate, 3dr A/C PAS Alloys SH, 30K........£5,699 07(07) Toyota Auris T3 1.6 Auto, 26K Miles .................................................... £7,999 07(07) Citroen C4 Grand Picasso 2.0 Hdi VTR + Auto Alloys 7seats A/C SH 12K..£10,999 07(07) Skoda Roomster 2, 1.4 16v 5sp A/C CD Alloys SH 32K ............... £6,499 07(07) Vauxhall Zafira Life 1.6, 7 seater A/C CD SH 21K ........................... £6,999 02(02) BMW 325 ISE 5sp A/C Alloys SH 96k Miles ..................................... £4,699

06(06) Vauxhall Astra 1.8 Club Auto Estate, only 2000 Miles .................. £6,999 99(T) Mercedes C240 Elegance Auto, 78K Miles .......................................... £3,699 04(04) Hyundai Matrix 1.6 GSi MPV, 36K Miles ............................................. £3,699 03(53) Volvo S40 2.5 T5 Auto AC Leather, Alloys SH, 40K Miles.............. £7,699 00(W) Renault Clio 1.2 Grande 5dr PAS CL SH 81K Miles.......................£12,999 06(56) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Climate Auto Estate, A/C PAS SH 19K ..... £5,999

6 months parts & labour warranty included - part exchanges welcome - finance available park street, horsham (south from railway station) open mon-sat 9-6pm - sundays by appointment only when closed, call the main number or 07836 254444 up to 9pm


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five oaks billingshurst

rh14 9al

£5,299

Mini

now £4,399 (was £4,999)

toyota

05/05 reg - 46,000 miles 1.6 allure, electric roof, a/C, leather

lD

so

£7,999

vauxhall

£6,499

Peugeot

£6,499

n

n Corsa

08/08 reg - 17,000 miles 1.3 CDti Design 5dr

n

(was £20,999)

land rover

n Discovery

n

05/55 reg - 67,000 miles 2.7tD v6 hse auto 5dr

n

n

now £5,499 (was £6,499)

bMW

now £7,299

n3

series

(was £8,999)

03/03 reg - 74,000 miles 330 Ci Coupe auto 2dr, nav

n

n

n

£9,999

n Megane

renault

now £8,999

07/07 reg - 64,000 miles 2.5 st 225 3dr

n

now £8,799

05/55 reg - 47,000 miles 1.6 16v Dynamique 7-seater 5dr

n

(was £9,999)

ford

now £8,999

n focus

(was £9,299)

07/07 reg - 40,000 miles 1.6 fsi 115 Match 5dr

scenic

(was £7,499)

vauxhall

07/07 reg - 38,000 miles 1.7 CDti sXi 5dr, a/C

n

renault

£5,999

(was £4,299)

02/52 reg - 53,000 miles 2.0 vvt-i nrg 3dr

n

£7,299

Peugeot

volkswagen

n golf

n grand

n rav4

toyota

ford

now £3,999

£6,499 (was £13,499)

06/56 reg - 40,000 miles 2.0tDi se 4dr,

01/51 reg - 80,000 miles 1.6 (salt) 3dr, sunroof

n

CC

n astra

07/57 - 25000 miles 1.6 sport 5dr, leather

n now £13,299

n a6

audi

now £8,999

06/06 reg - 48,000 miles 2.0i sport Convertible, black leather

04/04 reg - 78,000 miles 1.6 lX 5dr, a/C

n

(was £9,299)

06/56 reg - 59,000 miles 2.0tDi s estate

n

(was £9,999)

Mazda

volkswagen

£8,999

volkswagen

07/57 reg - 53,000 miles 1.6 Match fsi 115 5dr

n MX5

06/06 reg - 53,000 miles 1.8tDCi lX estate 5dr

n Passat

n golf

lD

so

n 307

n focus

n

n focus

n

now £8,999

06/06 reg - 35,000 miles 2.0 vvt 136 Dynamique 5dr, a/C

n

n one

sUmmer sale

(was £4,299)

vauxhall

03/03 reg - 79,000 miles 1.8 elegance, a/C, 7 seats, alloys, fsh

(was £6,499)

renault

n scenic

n

now £5,799

97/p reg - 112,000 miles 2.2Dt rt 5dr, f/s/h

n Zafira

ford

(was £1,799)

renault

now £1,299

family car/sports selection n laguna

now £3,799

renault

(was £3,999)

lD

so

07/07 reg - 12,000 miles 1.4 5dr auto spirita, a/C, CD

n

05/05 reg - 36,000 miles 1.0 Colour Collection 3dr

n 206

now £3,999

06/06 reg - 7,000 miles 1.4 verve 3dr, a/C

n

n Yaris

n

n Micra

(was £5,999)

Peugeot

03/53 reg - 9,000 miles 1.4 16v expression auto 5dr

now £19,999

08/57 reg - 29,000 miles 1.0 12v life 3dr

lD

so

n

now £5,499

n 206

£5,799

vauxhall

03/53 reg - 35,000 miles 1.2 (60) Dynamic 5dr, 1 owner

n

n Corsa

£2,999

fiat

lD

so

nissan

01/51 reg - 71,000 miles 1.6i vtr 3dr

n Clio

n Punto

(was £2,499)

Citroen

n saxo

now £2,299

small car selection

07/07 reg - 37,000 miles 1.9 DCi Privilege Convertible 2dr

n

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Was £11030

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Saturday TV BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 11.30 What to Eat Now. (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 A Question of Sport. (R) 1.30 Outtake TV. (R) 2.00 Live Challenge Cup Rugby League. Leeds Rhinos v St Helens (Kick-off 2.30pm). 4.30 BBC News; Weather. 4.40 Final Score. 5.05 Match of the Day Live. Leeds United v Derby County (Kick-off 5.15pm).

CASUALTY BBC1, 9.20pm This week sees a couple of familiar faces join regulars Derek Thompson and Suzanne Packer at Holby in a hard-hitting special episode. Charlie has agreed to help a desperate Megan (Brenda Fricker) steal drugs to ease her pain but his plan is foiled when Tess finds out and tries to stop him, outlining other - legitimate options for controlling the discomfort. Meanwhile, Megan bonds with her healthcare assistant Lily (Jennie Jacques), who confesses she’s pregnant but doesn’t know who the father is. She asks Megan to accompany her to the abortion clinic - will she go through with a termination? And with Megan adamant she wants to end her own suffering, will Charlie put his misgivings aside and help out his great friend in her hour of need?

7.20 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow. Eight more contestants, including a music teacher and a retired policeman, tackle the outlandish game show for the chance to win £10,000. Presented by Steve Jones and Nemone. 8.20 Tonight’s the Night. A teacher receives a singing masterclass from Barry Manilow. 9.10 The National Lottery: Saturday Draws. 9.20 Casualty. Charlie prepares to honour Megan’s wishes and end her suffering. 10.10 John Bishop’s Britain. Melanie C discusses sport. 10.40 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 11.05 Live at the Apollo. With Alistair McGowan, Kevin Bridges and Reginald D Hunter. Last in the series; (R) National Lottery Update. 11.35 The Football League Show. Highlights from the season’s opening round of fixtures. 1.00 Film: Mr 3000. (2004) Baseball comedy, starring Bernie Mac; Weatherview. 2.40 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.25 CBBC. 12.00 BBC Switch: Degrassi: The Next Generation. 12.25 BBC Switch: The Cut. 12.50 BBC Switch: Scene Stealers. 1.20 BBC Switch: The 5:19 Show. 1.35 BBC Switch: The Almost Perfect Guide to Life. (R) 2.00 BBC Switch: Revealed. 2.15 The Sky at Night. (R) 2.35 Film: Carve Her Name with Pride. (1958) 4.30 National Eisteddfod 2010. 5.00 The Great British Home Movie Roadshow. (R) 6.00 Coast. Neil Oliver visits a coastal amphitheatre near Land’s End. (R)

ITV1 6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries. (R) 10.25 Children’s Hospital. (R) 10.55 Monk. 11.50 News; Weather. 11.54 Regional Programme. 11.55 This Morning: Saturday. 12.55 Animals Do the Funniest Things. (R) 1.40 Film: Casino Royale. (1967) Spoof James Bond adventure, starring David Niven. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 6.00 Regional Programmes. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.35 Totally You’ve Been Framed! The funniest home videos and Harry Hill one-liners. (R)

Channel 4 6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 World Sport. 7.30 Superbike World Championship 2010. (R) 8.00 The Morning Line. Preview of the day’s main race meetings. 8.55 T4: Friends. (R) 9.20 T4: Scissor Sisters Special: Under the Skin. 10.25 T4: Knight and Day: T4 Movie Special. 10.55 T4: Big Brother. (R) 11.50 T4: Big Brother. (R) 12.20 T4: The Hollyoaks Music Show Playlist. 12.50 T4: Alesha Dixon: Video Exclusive. 12.55 T4: Scrubs. (R) 1.25 T4: Friends. (R) 1.55 Channel 4 Racing from Newmarket, Haydock Park and Redcar. 3.55 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 4.25 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 4.55 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 5.25 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 6.00 Come Dine with Me Down Under. 6.30 Channel 4 News. 6.55 4thought.tv.

7.00 BBC Proms 2010. The World Orchestra for Peace performs Mahler’s Fifth Symphony. 8.30 Dad’s Army. Sgt Wilson struggles to concentrate on his duties. (R) 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Satirical quiz. (R) 9.45 FILM: There Will Be Blood. (2007) Premiere. A prospector’s singleminded pursuit of wealth leads to conflict with a priest over control of an oil-rich town. Paul Thomas Anderson’s historical drama, with Daniel DayLewis and Paul Dano. 12.15 Film: Westworld. (1973) Sci-fi thriller, starring Yul Brynner. 1.40 Close.

7.35 Odd One In. With Julian Clary and Lorraine Kelly. 8.20 Magic Numbers. With Emma Bunton and the Saturdays. 9.20 30 Years of An Audience With. Including performances by Shirley Bassey and Take That. 10.20 ITV News; Weather. 10.35 FILM: Gone in 60 Seconds. (2000) Thriller, starring Nicolas Cage. 12.40 The Zone. Shopping and interactive gaming, presented by Michael Underwood and Angellica Bell; ITV News Headlines. 2.40 Film: Blood Work. (2002) Crime thriller, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. 4.30 October Road. (R) 5.20 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV News.

7.00 Elizabeth. The monarch’s unwillingness to marry. (R) 8.00 The Queen. Elizabeth II (Susan Jameson) comes into conflict with Margaret Thatcher. (R) 9.00 Big Brother. 10.00 Misfits. 11.10 FILM: Star Trek: First Contact. (1996) 1.15 Big Brother: Live. 2.55 The Real Housewives of New Jersey. (R) 3.45 What About Brian. 4.30 Wreck Detectives. (R) 5.20 Beauty and the Geek. (R)

Five 6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Fifth Gear. (R) 10.30 The Gadget Show. (R) 11.30 The Man Who Moves Buildings. (R) 12.30 Don’t Stop Believers. 12.40 Film: Ice Station Zebra. (1968) Arctic adventure, starring Rock Hudson. 3.25 Film: The Karate Kid Part II. (1986) Martial arts sequel, starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. 5.35 Film: The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad. (1958) Arabian fantasy adventure, with Kerwin Mathews. 7.15 Cricket on Five. England v Pakistan. 8.00 Five News. 8.05 Don’t Stop Believers. An introduction to one of the choirs participating in Don’t Stop Believing. (R) 8.10 NCIS. Gibbs is made acting director while Jenny is attending an overseas conference, but decides to ignore his duties and investigate the murder of a man found dead in a taxi. (R) 9.05 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Still stunned by news of Grissom’s love for her, the team combs the desert for the abducted Sara. Unfortunately heavy rain is heading toward the area and time is running out. (R) 10.05 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A police officer fatally shoots his ex-partner. (R) 11.05 CSI: Miami. (R) 12.00 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2 3.00 Dannii Minogue: Style Queen 4.00 America’s Got Talent 6.55 Film: Catwoman (2004) 9.00 Film: Batman Begins (2005) Comic-book adventure, starring Christian Bale. 11.50 Film: Mickey Blue Eyes (1999)

ITV3 3.30 Wycliffe 4.40 Pie in the Sky 5.40 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Rebus. A government minister is killed in the run-up to a world trade summit. 10.30 Cracker 11.40 Film: Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

ITV4 2.10 Film: Bronco Billy (1980) 4.30 Police Stop! 5.30 Police, Camera, Action! 6.00 The Professionals 7.00 The Sweeney 8.00 Minder 9.00 Auf Wiedersehen, Pet 11.40 Film: Quadrophenia (1979)

BBC THREE 7.00 Great Movie Mistakes 7.20 The Real Hustle Around the World 8.20 Top Gear 9.20 Film: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) Action adventure, starring Angelina Jolie. 10.50 Family Guy 11.35 American Dad!

BBC FOUR 7.00 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Tsunamis 8.00 Natural World 9.00 Wallander. A string of murders appear to be linked to army troops. 10.30 Roger and Val Have Just Got In 11.00 Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me

E4 2.20 Hollyoaks 5.00 Friends 6.00 Smallville 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 7.55 Friends 9.00 Jason Manford: Live. A 2009 performance by the comedian at the Manchester Apollo. 10.10 50 Greatest Comedy Films 11.50 Rude Tube

FILM4 3.10 Moonrise (1948) 4.55 Helen of Troy (1956) 7.10 Inception Special 7.15 How She Move (2007) 9.00 The Sentinel (2006) Spy thriller, starring Michael Douglas. 11.10 Saw III (2006)

Sunday TV BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning Live. 11.00 Country Tracks. 12.00 BBC News. 12.05 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. (R) 12.50 Bargain Hunt. 1.20 Escape to the Country. (R) 2.20 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.05 EastEnders. 5.00 Songs of Praise. 5.35 BBC News; Regional News; Weather.

THE UNFORGETTABLE BOB MONKHOUSE ITV1, 9pm When Bob Monkouse died in 2003, the comedy world lost one of its greatest talents. Actor, cartoonist, stand up comedian and chat show host, the man had done it all and more. In fact when it came to game shows, Bob turned the genre into an art, commanding up to 17 million viewers for The Golden Shot and leaving millions of other viewers perched on the edge of their sofas during the finale of Celebrity Squares. Following Barry Cryer’s recent Radio 2 tribute comes this show looking back on the highs of Bob’s extraordinary career. June Whitfield, Joe Pasquale, Jimmy Tarbuck and Anne Aston are among those contributing.

6.00 Great British Railway Journeys. Michael Portillo visits Carlisle, Gretna Green and Glasgow. (R) 6.30 Antiques Roadshow. From Brooklands motor racing museum in Surrey. (R) 7.30 Last of the Summer Wine. Hobbo tells Howard to stand up for himself. 8.00 Countryfile. The 20th anniversary of the National Forest. 9.00 Sherlock. Holmes is far from impressed when he is asked to investigate a seemingly straightforward murder — until the case pits him against his deadliest adversary. Last in the series. 10.30 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.55 The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson. Eamonn Holmes wreaks havoc at the Chelsea Flower Show. (R) 11.25 FILM: Greenfingers. (2000) Comedy, starring Helen Mirren and Clive Owen; Weatherview. 12.55 Sign Zone: How to Build a Jumbo Jet Engine. (R) 1.55 Holby City. (R) 2.55 Bill Oddie’s Top 10 Frights and Delights. (R) 3.55 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.25 CBBC. 10.00 Something for the Weekend. 11.30 Film: Spellbound. (1945) Hitchcock thriller, with Gregory Peck. 1.20 Film: Notorious. (1946) 3.00 Live Challenge Cup Rugby League. 5.30 Flog It! (R) 6.00 Natural World. An insight into the legacy of Echo the elephant, who died last year after being followed on film during the final chapter of her life, having guided her family for half a century. (R)

7.00 Dragons’ Den. A woman asks for investment in her pest control venture. (R) 8.00 Top Gear. Highlights from the motoring show’s 15th series. 9.00 Coast. The team journeys from Gower to Anglesey. 10.00 Britain Goes Camping. Archive footage reveals how camping has changed over the years. 11.00 Mad Men. Pilot episode of the drama series set in the world of advertising. (R) 11.50 Mad Men. Don’s wife suffers with mysterious bouts of paralysis. (R) 12.35 Film: Sweet Smell of Success. (1957) Satirical drama, starring Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis. 2.10 BBC News. 3.55 Close.

ITV1 6.00 GMTV. 9.25 Coronation Street. 11.45 News; Weather. 11.49 Regional Programme. 11.50 This Morning: Sunday. 12.50 House Gift. (R) 1.50 Film: Columbo: Ransom for a Dead Man. (1971) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk. 3.50 Film: Live and Let Die. (1973) James Bond spy adventure, starring Roger Moore. 6.05 You’ve Been Framed! A driver reverses his car into a river. (R) 6.30 Regional Programmes. 6.45 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Countrywise at War. How Britain’s coastal and rural communities helped to win the Second World War.

8.00 Heartbeat. A domestic dispute gets out of hand. 9.00 The Unforgettable Bob Monkhouse. New series. Profiles of renowned entertainers, starting with the game show host. 10.00 ITV News; Weather. 10.15 FA Community Shield Highlights. Chelsea v Manchester United. 11.15 Drama Trails. 12.15 Comedy Classics: Rising Damp. A tribute to the 1970s sitcom starring Leonard Rossiter. (R) 1.10 The Zone. Shopping and interactive gaming; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Motorsport UK. 3.20 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.05 The Treacle People. (R) 6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 The Grid. 7.30 British Formula 3 Championship. 8.00 Relentless Wakestock 2010. 8.25 Freesports on 4: 2010 Roxy Jam. 8.55 T4: Hollyoaks. 11.25 T4: Big Brother’s Little Brother. 12.30 T4: Friends. (R) 1.00 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 1.30 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 2.00 Three in a Bed. 2.35 Three in a Bed. 3.05 Three in a Bed. 3.40 Film: Just My Luck. (2006) Premiere. Romantic comedy, starring Lindsay Lohan and Chris Pine. 5.30 River Cottage: Gone Fishing. Commercial developments in sustainable fishing. Last in the series. (R) 6.30 Channel 4 News.

7.00 Orchestra United. The musicians are challenged to accompany solo performances. 8.00 Amish: World’s Squarest Teenagers. The teenagers stay in a castle on a Scottish hunting estate. 9.00 Big Brother. The latest highlights from the house. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. 10.55 FILM: Final Destination 2. (2003) Horror sequel, starring AJ Cook. 12.35 Big Brother: Live. 3.35 The Real Housewives of New Jersey. (R) 4.25 Bear Grylls: Born Survivor. (R) 5.15 Hill Street Blues. (R)

Five 6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Thomas & Friends. (R) 6.40 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 7.05 Elmo’s World. (R) 7.20 Pocoyo. (R) 7.30 Milkshake Monkey. (R) 7.35 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 7.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) 7.55 Milkshake! Bop Box. (R) 8.00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales. (R) 8.15 Little Princess. (R) 8.35 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.50 Igam Ogam. (R) 9.00 Olivia. (R) 9.15 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.35 Gerald McBoing Boing. (R) 10.00 Shake!: iCarly. 10.35 True Jackson, VP. (R) 11.10 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 12.10 Don’t Stop Believing. 1.10 Film: The Karate Kid Part III. (1989) Adventure sequel, starring Ralph Macchio. 3.20 Film: The Last Starfighter. (1984) Sci-fi adventure, starring Lance Guest. 5.20 Film: Zoom. (2006) Comedy adventure, starring Tim Allen. 7.10 Five News. 7.15 Cricket on Five. England v Pakistan. 8.00 Don’t Stop Believing. Emma Bunton hosts the fourth live heat. 9.30 FILM: Panic Room. (2002) Thriller directed by David Fincher, starring Jodie Foster, Kristen Stewart and Forest Whitaker. 11.45 The Gadget Show. Cutting-edge advertising techniques. Plus, Jon Bentley puts the iPhone 4 through its paces. (R) 12.45 SuperCasino. 4.05 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2 2.45 Film: Runaway Bride (1999) 5.05 Film: Richie Rich (1994) 6.55 Film: Twister (1996) 9.00 Dannii Minogue: Style Queen 10.00 Film: Eyes Wide Shut (1999) Erotic drama, starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman.

ITV3 3.20 The Forsyte Saga 5.00 Film: Swallows and Amazons (1974) 6.55 Mr Bean 8.00 Celebrating the Carpenters 9.00 Film: Frantic (1988) Thriller, starring Harrison Ford. 11.30 Kavanagh QC

ITV4 11.30 Live British Touring Car Championship. Round six from Snetterton in Norfolk. 6.00 Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010 7.00 Minder 8.00 The Sweeney 9.00 Ultimate Force. Red Troop deal with a kidnapping in a former Soviet state. 11.10 Film: Scarface (1983)

BBC THREE 7.00 Great Movie Mistakes 7.10 Film: Lara Croft: Tomb Raider — The Cradle of Life (2003) 9.00 Young, Dumb and Living Off Mum. The parents ban alcohol from the house. 10.00 Family Guy 10.45 Mongrels 11.15 Glamour Models, Mum and Me

BBC FOUR 7.00 Behind the Scenes at the Museum 8.00 English Heritage 9.00 Women’s Institute. The history of the British organisation. 10.00 Film: The Silence of Lorna (2008) 11.40 Scissor Sisters at Glastonbury 2010

E4 3.00 Film: Aquamarine (2006) 5.00 Friends 6.00 Glee 7.00 One Tree Hill 7.55 Friends 9.00 Film: Nacho Libre (2006) 10.45 Film: Elektra (2005)

FILM4 3.10 Merrill’s Marauders (1962) 5.05 Because of Winn-Dixie (2005) 7.10 Big Momma’s House (2000) 9.00 The Untouchables (1987) 11.15 Hostage (2005)


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Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer;

Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer;

CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.20 6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.00 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 Film: Film: Bitter Victory. (1958) Second 6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.20 Decision at Sundown. (1957) BBC2 Film: World War drama, with Richard Burton and Curt Nobody Runs Forever. (1968) Western, starring Randolph Scott. 12.15 Film: Lost

6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.10 BBC2 Film: Stage Fright. (1950) Hitchcock

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Living Dangerously. (R) 11.30 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 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link: 10th Anniversary. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Cowboy Trap; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Panorama. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Gears and Tears. 11.05 The Armstrong & Miller Show. (R) 11.35 Film: All of Me. (1984) Comedy, starring Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin; Weatherview. 1.10 Sign Zone: Tribal Wives. (R) 2.10 History Cold Case. (R) 3.10 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.55 BBC News.

Horizon. (1937) Romantic fantasy, starring Ronald Colman and Jane Wyatt. 2.15 Instant Restaurant. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. 5.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Restoration Roadshow. 7.00 Wainwright Walks: Coast to Coast. (R) 7.30 Roger and Val Have Just Got In. (R) 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 Antiques Master. 9.00 Dragons’ Den. 10.00 Grandma’s House. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The World at War. (R) 12.15 Victorian Pharmacy. (R) 1.15 BBC News. 3.55 Close.

ITV1

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 3@three. 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 Countrywise. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Identity. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Total Recall. (1990) Sci-fi thriller, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. 12.40 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 Big Brother’s Little Brother. (R) 7.40 Big Brother. (R) 8.40 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.35 T4: Privileged. 10.30 T4: Friends. (R) 11.00 T4: Friends. (R) 11.30 The TV Book Club. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 12.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 10 Years Younger: The Challenge. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Our Drugs War. 9.00 The Hospital. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.10 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. (R) 11.55 8 Out of 10 Cats. (R) 12.40 Poker. 1.40 Big Brother: Live. 4.00 Bear Grylls: Born Survivor. (R) 4.55 Film: The Bigamist. (1953) Drama, starring Edmond O’Brien. Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. Five 6.00 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI:

NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.40 Don’t Stop Believers. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: NY. (R) 3.10 Film: Wild Hearts. (2006) Drama, starring Richard Thomas. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.15 Cricket on Five. 8.00 The Gadget Show; Five News at 9. 9.00 Film: Collateral Damage. (2002) Action thriller, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. 11.15 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.20 Film: Storm Catcher. (1999) Action thriller, starring Dolph Lundgren, Mystro Clark, John Pennell, Robert Miano, Yvonne Zima, Kylie Bax, and Jody Jones. 1.05 SuperCasino. 4.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.25 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.50 Rough Guide to Adventures. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.30 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Living Dangerously. (R) 11.30 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 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.30 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link: 10th Anniversary. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 The Deep. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Madness in the Fast Lane. 11.25 Film: Mother’s Boys. (1994) Thriller, starring Jamie Lee Curtis; Weatherview. 1.00 Sign Zone: The Edible Garden. (R) 1.30 How to Live a Simple Life. (R) 2.30 Monty Halls’ Great Hebridean Escape. (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.15 BBC News.

Jurgens. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. 5.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Restoration Roadshow. 7.00 Coast. (R) 8.00 Domesday. 9.00 That Mitchell and Webb Look. 9.30 Shooting Stars. 10.00 Russell Howard’s Good News. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 How Not to Live Your Life. 11.50 The Normans. (R) 12.50 BBC News. 4.15 Close.

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6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 3@three. 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 Children’s Hospital. 8.00 New Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? 9.00 The Bill. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Ladette to Lady. 11.35 October Road. 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.30 Big Brother. (R) 8.40 Frasier. (R) 9.10 T4: Smallville. (R) 10.00 T4: Privileged. 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Rockcorps. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 12.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 10 Years Younger: The Challenge. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Help! My House Is Falling Down. 9.00 Who Knows Best: Getting a Job. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.10 The Inbetweeners. (R) 11.45 Pete Versus Life. (R) 12.20 The Poker Lounge. 1.20 Big Brother: Live. 4.00 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 4.25 British Formula 3 Championship. (R) 4.50 The Grid. (R) 5.20 World Sport. 5.45 Freesports on 4: 2010 Roxy Jam. (R) 6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. Five 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI:

NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Build a New Life: Was It Worth It? (R) 1.40 Don’t Stop Believers. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: NY. (R) 3.05 Film: No Ordinary Baby. (2001) A reporter discovers a couple whose daughter was killed in a tragic accident are trying to have the child cloned. Drama, starring Bridget Fonda, Mary Beth Hurt and Philip Bosco. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.15 Cricket on Five. 8.00 Great Railway Adventures with Dan Cruickshank. 9.00 CSI: Miami. 10.00 CSI: NY. (R) 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.00 NCIS. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.25 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.50 Rough Guide to Activity Holidays. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.30 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Living Dangerously. (R) 11.30 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 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.30 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link: 10th Anniversary. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Penguin Island; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 The Secret Tourist. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws. 10.45 A Question of Sport: Uncensored. (R) 11.15 The League Cup Show; National Lottery Update; Weatherview. 12.20 Sign Zone: Country Tracks. (R) 1.15 My Life. (R) 1.45 Dragons’ Den. (R) 2.45 DIY SOS. (R) 3.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.00 BBC News.

Spy thriller, starring Rod Taylor. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. 5.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Restoration Roadshow. 7.00 This World: Stolen Brides. 8.00 Coast. 9.00 The Normans. 10.00 QI. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Domesday. (R) 12.20 The Great British Home Movie Roadshow Uncut. 1.20 BBC News. 4.00 Close.

ITV1

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 3@three. 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 Live International Football. England v Hungary (Kick-off 8.00pm). 10.10 ITV News; Weather. 10.40 Regional News; Weather. 10.45 International Football Highlights. 11.45 iTunes Festival Highlights 2010. 12.40 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.30 Big Brother. (R) 8.40 Frasier. (R) 9.05 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.55 T4: Privileged. 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Rockcorps. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 12.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 3.25 Countdown. (R) 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 10 Years Younger: The Challenge. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 How to Look Good Naked. 9.00 Four Sons Versus Four Daughters. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.10 School of Comedy. 11.40 My Name Is Earl. 12.10 My Name Is Earl. 12.35 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight. 12.50 Music on 4: The Crush. 1.15 Big Brother: Live. 4.10 Beach Volleyball. 5.00 Relentless Wakestock 2010. (R) 5.30 Countdown. (R)

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. Five 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI:

NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Build a New Life: Was It Worth It? (R) 1.40 Don’t Stop Believers. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: NY. (R) 3.05 Film: While I Was Gone. (2004) Drama, starring Kirstie Alley, Bill Smitrovich, Peter Horton and Janaya Stephens. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Escape from A Bridge Too Far; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; Five News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 KVille. 12.00 Poker. 1.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.25 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.50 Rough Guide to Short Breaks. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.30 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Living Dangerously. (R) 11.30 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 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.30 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link: 10th Anniversary. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 Mistresses. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Inside Sport: The Princess Royal at 60. 11.15 Film: The Gingerbread Man. (1998) Legal thriller, with Kenneth Branagh; Holiday Weatherview. 1.10 Sign Zone: Panorama. (R) 1.40 Countryfile. (R) 2.35 Celebrity MasterChef. (R) 3.35 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.20 BBC News.

thriller, with Jane Wyman. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. 3.00 Live Swimming. The European Aquatic Championships. 4.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. 5.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Restoration Roadshow. 7.00 The Culture Show at the Edinburgh Festival. 8.00 Natural World. 9.00 Victorian Pharmacy. 10.00 Getting On. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Nurse Jackie. (R) 11.50 Nurse Jackie. (R) 12.15 The Culture Show at the Edinburgh Festival. (R) 1.15 BBC News. 4.20 Close.

ITV1

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 3@three. 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 Where Does All Our Water Go?: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Police, Camera, Action! 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Grudge. (2004) Horror remake, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. 12.20 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.20 British Touring Car Championship. 3.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.15 The Hoobs. (R) 6.40 The Hoobs. (R) 7.05 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.30 Big Brother. (R) 8.40 Frasier. (R) 9.10 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.55 T4: Privileged. 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Pocket TV. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 12.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 10 Years Younger: The Challenge. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 4thought.tv. 8.00 Location, Location, Location. 9.00 Undercover Boss 10.00 Big Brother. 11.15 Coming Up: Would Like to Meet. New series. Drama, starring Lucy Gaskell. 11.45 Coming Up: Half Term. 12.15 Dirty Sexy Money. 1.05 The Ascent of Money. (R) 2.00 Film: Apres Vous. (2003) Premiere. French romantic comedy, starring Daniel Auteuil. 3.50 Big Brother: Live. 6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. Five 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI:

NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Build a New Life: Was It Worth It? (R) 1.40 Don’t Stop Believers. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: NY. (R) 3.05 Rosamunde Pilcher’s Autumn. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Fifth Gear; Five News Update. 8.00 Megastructures; Five News at 9. 9.00 The Hotel Inspector. 10.00 Film: Last Man Standing. (1996) Period action adventure, starring Bruce Willis, Christopher Walken and Alexandra Powers. 12.10 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 12.15 SuperCasino. 4.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.25 Wildlife SOS. (R) 4.50 Rough Guide to Journeys. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.30 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Living Dangerously. (R) 11.30 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 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.30 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link: 10th Anniversary. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 A Question of Sport; BBC News: Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 My Family. 9.30 The Old Guys. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Would I Lie to You? 11.05 The National Lottery Draws. 11.15 Film: Ransom. (1996). 1.15 Sign Zone: Celebrity MasterChef. (R) 2.45 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 3.30 BBC News.

BBC2

6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.25 Film: Madame Pimpernel. (1945) Fact-based Second World War drama, starring Constance Bennett. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Cash in the Celebrity Attic. 5.15 Escape to the Country. (R) 6.00 Live Athletics. The London Grand Prix from Crystal Palace. 9.00 The Great British Home Movie Roadshow. 10.00 Roger and Val Have Just Got In. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show at the Edinburgh Festival; Weather. 11.50 That Mitchell and Webb Look. (R) 12.20 Shooting Stars. (R) 12.50 Russell Howard’s Good News. (R) 1.20 The Mighty Boosh Live.

ITV1

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Dinner Date. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 3@three. 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 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Doc Martin. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Sixth Sense. (1999) 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 Film: Anne of the Thousand Days. (1969). 5.05 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.25 Big Brother. (R) 8.35 Frasier. (R) 9.00 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.50 T4: Privileged. 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Pocket TV. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brothers & Sisters. 12.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 1.50 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 2.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 10 Years Younger: Bus Pass Challenge. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.25 4thought.tv. 7.30 Missing: Claudia Lawrence. 8.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 9.00 Big Brother. 10.00 Pete Versus Life. 10.35 Big Brother. 11.05 Omid Djalili Live in London. 12.10 Music on 4: KT Tunstall: Video Exclusive. 12.15 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Introduces — Ellie Goulding. (R) 12.30 Music on 4: CTRL Student Tour. (R) 12.45 Music on 4: 4Music Sessions: Joshua Radin. (R) 1.00 Big Brother: Live. 3.40 This Week’s 4Music Top 20. 5.30 Beauty and the Geek. (R)

Five

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: NY. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Build a New Life: Was It Worth It? 1.40 Don’t Stop Believers. 1.45 Neighbours. 2.20 CSI: NY. (R) 3.05 Film: Emma’s Wish. (1998). 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Zoo Days; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Police Interceptors; Five News at 9. 9.00 The Mentalist. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 CSI: NY. (R) 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 The Boss Is Coming to Dinner. (R) 4.25 Motorsport Mundial. 4.50 Rough Guide to Bang for Your Buck. (R) 5.05 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.30 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

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jobs & careers

Established in 2005, Thorne Employment Ltd is the leading recruitment agency for selection to permanent professional positions. We are located in Horsham, West Sussex and work with a range of clients across the south east and greater London area although we do cover most of the UK. Thorne Employment has a major interest and involvement with all aspects of permanent commercial recruitment and we pride ourselves on delivering high quality, tailor made recruitment solutions for your business. “Thorne Employment Limited attracts high calibre professional individuals who are looking for commercial permanent employment. By specialising in permanent recruitment, you can be assured that we will present you with candidates committed to delivering for your business for the future.” e

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BRANCH MANAGER VACANCY (Central Sussex)

Show us what you can do! King & Chasemore is an established Estate Agency successfully operating in East and West Sussex who are seeking talented and very ambitious, experienced or aspiring, Branch Managers to join their company. If you are a high-flyer looking for a new challenge or have reached the glassceiling in your current position, are keen to achieve your full potential and grow your skills, we want to hear from you! Successful applicants will have an impressive track record in estate agency sales and management with the ability to achieve competitive targets, motivate, develop and coach our staff, and make an immediate contribution and impact on our business. In return we offer a competitive salary package including commission, bonuses and company car. Please apply for the position by emailing your CV to head.office@cwea.co.uk

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Trainee Stockbroker Horsham

Our client is looking for 6 Trainee Stockbrokers to join their organisation. Job entails selling stocks and shares within the fine wine industry. Must have a solid outbound sales background and beable to build apport with clients on a daily basis. full training will be given on this role along with a strong commission. Interviews are immediate

Salary 15k plus commission. for details please call 01403 756772 or send your CV to: traci@thorneemployment.co.uk

Lettings Manager or Experienced Lettings Person Required Brock Taylor are looking to expand our Lettings Department and are actively looking to recruit a Manager or Experienced Property Professional with current or recent Lettings experience. The ideal candidate must be smart, knowledgeable and articulate with a strong desire to succeed in a competitive marketplace. This is an exciting opportunity to join a respected and newly revitalised company who are already market leaders in the sales market and are seeking an ambitious individual to rapidly develop our Lettings Team to be at the foreront of the local lettings market. Please forward your CV to Peter Maskell, Brock Taylor, 2/4 East Street, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1HL petermaskell@brocktaylor.co.uk 01403 272022

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Redhill

Haywards Heath

Online Marketing Executive

Our client, supply pumps, valves, seals automation and services to the power, oil, gas, chemical and other industries.

Growing company owned and managed by a team with over 150 years combined experience in the travel industry.

To be resourceful in finding new sales leads and manage the lead through from cold call to becoming new customer. To think of new ways of persuading lost or new customers to shop with or come back to our client. Make sure all procedures for making calls, recording information etc are adhered to all at all times. Understand and reach targets – both general company targets and their own individual telesales targets. To speak to potential customers on various levels from receptionist to dentist. Be knowledgeable of all products. Be extremely organised and able to plan daily workload in a methodical and efficient manner. To be able to communicate effectively in both written and oral communication.

Salary 16k plus commission. for details please call 01403 756772 or send your CV to: traci@thorneemployment.co.uk

They now seek a Sales Engineer to work in their Chemical Sector to support the sales of the Chemical products in the UK & Global markets. The successful candidate will help to ensure continued growth of the Company’s business through giving optimum service to customers and all sales personnel.

Salary £27k - £34k for details please call 01403 756772 or send your CV to: traci@thorneemployment.co.uk

Crawley

We are looking for an online marketer who works well in a team with a positive, proactive and committed approach. You be working within a small team, supporting and reporting directly to the E-Commerce Manager with additional support from the product team and website developers. Experience with SEO, PPC and web analytics is a must.

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sport Youth football

England beat the Germans!

A selection of Lower Beeding Lions U14’s and U15’s merged with friends from Horsham Tigers U14’s at the weekend to form an ‘England’ team to take on ‘Germany,’ which comprised of a group of visiting German summer camp students for a pre-season friendly at Jolesfield common, Partridge Green. The mighty Lions were too much of a force for the Germans, overpowering them from the offset, eventually winning 8-1. Played in good spirits by all, the England coaches, referee, spectators and even players, turned a blind eye when in the remaining last five minutes, the German coach, desperate for his team to gain a little more credence, allowed more and more players to play on the pitch without taking any off! Come the end there were 16 opponents and yet they still were unable to score another goal! England Goalscorers were Liam Ruz 2 (Lower Beeding U14), Joe Wright 3 (Horsham Tigers U14), Jake (Horsham Tigers U14), Adam Wicking1 (Lower Beeding U15), Chris Keeble 1 (Lower Beeding U15) Rugby

You don’t see that every day

Following the massive success of Horsham Rugby Club's South Africa Day on 24th July, which attracted over 700 guests, the club staged yet another great fun day out on Saturday. The annual touch tournament made for an interesting and amusing spectacle! See pages 11-13 for a report and more pictures.

Joe Aldrich came third on the Yellow Route, with Iain Phillips coming out on top (Report & Pics By Steve Hook)

Trials riders can’t keep up with Jones This month’s Horsham Riders Motorcycle trial made a welcome return to Mannings Heath, this time in dry and dusty conditions. The results were very close on all routes. The expert white route was won on a tie-break between last month’s winner Luke Thomas and Jamie Jones, with Jamie gaining the victory this time. Third place went to Mr Honda Clint Legget on 25ml. The blue route went to a four way tie but the win went to last month’s winner Tom Horsborough on 12ml. No tie on the yellow route though, with pre 65 Greeves rider Iain Philips winning on 1ml. The only red route rider finished young Adam Holloway on 46ml.

White Route Jamie Jones 11ml Luke Thomas 11ml Clint Leggett 25ml Sean Parsons 32ml Mark Jordan 35ml

Blue Route Tom Hosborough 12ml Sean Staker 12ml Sam Aldrich 12ml Dave Dale 12ml Michael Hyden 13ml

White route winner Jamie Jones, who pipped Luke Thomas

Sean Parsons came fourth at Mannings Heath

Yellow Route Iain Phillips Kevin Booker Joe Aldrich Joe Davidson Ben Rinds

Blue Route winner Tom Horsborough

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sport Bowls

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Horsham need Lindfield slip-up

Horsham v Marine Gardens (Won 120-114) Friday 23rd July 2010 The second leg of the contest for the Centenary Bowl, away to Marine Gardens in Worthing, was a very tight affair. Horsham had a one shot lead from the first leg at Horsham in June, and were coasting at tea with a 20 shot lead. However, Marine Gardens found their second wind and fought back to within 6 shots at the end. Top rink of Robbie Calder, Barbara Hill, John Hitch and Bill Monckton (+9) were well supported by Lesley Grogan (+7), Frank Vernon (+3) and Dennis Tribe (+2).

Saturday 24th July President’s Day celebrated the first year that Horsham Bowling Club have had a lady President. Mrs Diana Taylor joined the bowls club in 1976 and has a very distinguished record in the County scene. She is now a top class bowls umpire. Her team beat the Captain’s team by the narrowest of margins, one shot. The Frank Mills Cup, given to the top rink, was won by Lesley Grogan, David Marden, Doug Locke and Simon Felton.

Ben Andrews strikes for Horsham (Pictures: John Lines)

Mixed fortunes The Hornets travelled to Wey Court on Saturday to take on last year’s Division One South play-off finalists, Godalming Town. Godalming, playing in yellow, were certainly lively in the opening minutes, though never really threatening in the last third, while Horsham themselves looked uncertain up front, the chosen 4-3-3 formation seeming to unsettle the forwards, with Dean Wright being caught offside on numerous occasions and Craig Davies tending to drift over to the left wing. Though Mark Zawadski was the busiest of the keepers for the opening twenty minutes, he capably dealt with the half-chances that came his way and, as Godalming’s initial charge faded, Horsham began to assert their superiority. John Westcott shot narrowly

over on 26 minutes after collecting the ball with his back to goal and Branimir Stanoev shot wide six minutes later after being set up by Jack Page and Westcott. At half-time Horsham changed things around and assumed a 4-42 formation with George Magnus coming on at left-back, the impressive Adam Hutchings moving to centre midfield, Jamal King coming on at centre-half and Andrews moving up front. The team immediately looked more assured and began to carve out openings. Godalming were reduced to the odd foray forwards, one of which saw Zawadski making a great save to his left to keep out a good downward header from the Town centre-forward. Horsham took the lead following an impressive build-up that culminated with Wright laying the ball back to Steve Sargent who

A good second half show saw off Godalming

dinked a delightful ball into the area where Andrews powered a header into the net. As Horsham continued to press, Jay Lovett saw his header well saved and Westcott shot across the face of the goal before a quick ball saw Andrews clear on goal and the Horsham skipper made no mistake in drilling the ball home. It was 3-0 on 84 minutes when Godalming's Victor Kiri knocked the ball into his own net attempting to divert Westcott’s

excellent ball across the six yard box away from Horsham’s waiting forwards. But Horsham fell to their second 3-0 defeat in 8 days when they were comprehensively outgunned at Woodside Road this evening. Sam Tucknott had the best of what few chances there were for the Hornets, who struggled without Dean Wright and Pat Harding. hornetsreview.co.uk

Horsham v Newick (Lost 35-73) Sunday 25th July A much weakened team travelled to Newick and suffered a heavy defeat. Seven of the nine players have only been playing for two years or less, but did their best. Many experienced players were not available for a variety of reasons. Captain for the day, Colin Watson, said that he was proud of the way his team did not give up but battled to the very end.

Horsham v Popes Mead, Border League (Won 8 points to 2) Thursday 29th July A good win away to Popes Mead keeps Horsham in runners-up position in Division One of the Border League. However, with only two matches to play, it will be a tall order to overtake Lindfield and is dependent on other teams beating the current leaders.

Horsham v Norfolk, Littlehampton (Lost 113-125) Friday 30th July One of Horsham’s most popular matches and one which Horsham rarely win, ended in a familiar way, with a home defeat by 12 shots. A close game throughout, with honours even at tea, went Norfolk’s way at the end. However, Horsham did win two rinks and tied a third, so will be looking for revenge when the return fixture is played on Friday 6th August. Top rink for Horsham went to Malcolm Bridgman, Ken Holloway, Chris Holmes and skip Lesley Grogan (+10) with Mike Power (+9) a close second.

Reports

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


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sport Youth football

Nervy start but Royals triumph

Royal United Under-14s went into the Faygate tournament (held on 31st Jul/1st Aug) looking to retain the trophy they won last year. Although Utd lost our first game 1-0, the Royals went on to win the remaining six league games and finished top of the division. They then played Twin Oaks in the final and convnicely won 3-0. The whole squad who represented Royals were magnificent and did the club proud with both their football and sportsmanship. The squad was Aaron Chaplin, Luke Polie, Harry Garman, Connor Cushing, Jacob Waller, Stanley Rice, Jake Legrange and Alex Parsons. The club would like to say a big thank you to the organisers of the Faygate Tournament, who yet again put on a fantastic event for all. Ladies Golf

Duo amass huge total in Invitation

Carole Bauckman (Mannings Heath), Karen Stafford (Lady Captain) and Laura Marsh (Cottesmore) The annual Ladies Invitation to Ladies at Cottesmore Golf and Country Club saw guests from 18 clubs from all over Sussex and Surrey join the ladies of Cottesmore for a day of golf in a fourball- better-ball format. Winners were Laura Marsh from Cottesmore and guest Carole Bauckman from Mannings Heath with an outstanding 45 stableford points. Ann Morgan (Cottesmore) with Barbara Chettle from Copthorne took second place and Margaret Mitchell (Cottesmore) came third with Joan Brennan from Guildford. The nearest the pins were on the difficult water holes at Cottesmore; across the water on the second hole Betty Linsell from Puttenham won the prize. Meriel Jolley from Mannings Heath achieved the long carry across the lake on the 17th and won the guest prize and Linda Clinton (Cottesmore) won the member’s prize. Karen Stafford, lady Captain at Cottesmore, said: “We were blessed with a sunny day and despite the very dry weather the course conditions were excellent due to the hard work of the ground staff.”

Fraser at the bat for the Red Sox, but it was the Yankees who came out on top in a thrilling 10-9 Bronco League match

Super Sams strike against Yankees The two Sams - Easter and Bradley - came good for Athletics as they beat the Yankees in week six of the season. The PMW Communications Mustang League match was evenly matched with both teams scoring two runs each in the first two innings and Yankees starting pitcher Lucy Wright striking out two and assisting in a further three outs. With the Yankees in the lead with an impressive five runs scored in the final innings, the A's scored the four runs needed to win 8-7. The A's Sam Bradley had three hits and five runs batted in, and Sam Easter had three hits and three runs scored to power the A's attack. Starting pitcher Tom Underwood held the Yankees to two runs, striking out five in two in-

nings. Relief A's pitcher Callum Hunt earned his second win of the season, striking out two and making some fine defensive plays. The Mustang A's won both games of a double header against the Mets to take their record to 6 wins and 1 loss. Despite an amazing start from the Mets with Archie Darby hitting a Home Run in the first innings, the A's great pitching and timely hitting managed to overpower the Mets for an 11-5 win in the second game. Underwood allowed two runs and struck out five Mets in two innings on the mound, to record his fourth win of the season. Sam Easter came on in relief and pitched brilliantly, striking out four and allowing only three runs in two innings. Matthew Oldmeadow slugged a

solo home run and drove in another with a base hit, Easter had three hits and three runs batted in and Joe Riley also drove in a pair with two base hits. In the Slinfold Country Club Bronco League, the Athletics beat the Mets 6-2. A haul of 12 strikes from Will Anderson and a superb double play kept the Mets run count down. Callum Oldmeadow also had a great game stealing well on the bases and getting one of the runs. The Yankees had their first exciting win of the season beating the Red Sox 10-9. With great pitching from Daniel Cannons and Adam Lamport notching a total of 12 strike outs in the game, a home run from Lamport in the third innings and a further 4 runs batted in, the Yankees cheers from the dugout could be heard across the

Ben Vodden fields. Redsox saw some great pitching from Jared Cox, Eamon Huijgens and Max Dodd each striking out players in each innings. The greatest point in the game for the Red Sox was when Simon Lawrence smashed a pitch from Adam Lamport out of the field for a spectacular home run. As the Redsox took the bat at the bottom of the 6th one player was injured and could not bat, making one automatic "out", this followed by two quick strike outs by Yankees Adam Lamport, meant the redsox were unable to gain the two runs necessary to win the game. The Yankees and Athletics shared the spoils in a 10-10 match in The Outdoor Room Pinto League. www.horshambaseball.co.uk


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sport

Runs flow for Rivers

Horsham’s Jack Mallows bowls against Roffey

Max Rivers followed up a 203 against East Grinstead with a 99 against Horsham It must be a strange feeling scoring 302 runs in two matches, and yet being slightly disappointed! Yet you could forgive Roffey batsman Max Rivers if he has any regrets from the Sussex Junior Cricket Festival (SJCF), as he followed up a 203 on Thursday with a 99 against Horsham CC. Tom Clark was the bowler who denied Max successive centuries. The first age group to play their full week of 70 over matches in the festival, now in its 24th year, were the Under 12s. In the Bowl competition (open to all club sides) a total of 21 teams entered. There were 4 divisions with both Roffey and Horsham CC drawn in Pool B. Roffey began the week with a convincing win against Ansty. Having bowled the visitors out for 111 (Hugo Cowan 3 for 2 and Max Rivers 3 for 10) Roffey took just 15 overs for the loss of just one wicket to reach their target, Hugo Cowan(48) and max Rivers (51) making the runs. Meanwhile over at East Grinstead, Horsham were fielding a mix of U11s as well as 12s, but despite a valiant effort by Max

Sanders (30) lost their first game of the festival. On Tuesday, Horsham had another away fixture at Ansty and batted first. They were all out for 119 (Matthew Hards 31) and Ansty reached their target with 6 wickets to spare, including a good half century from Henry Smethurst (53) Against Lingfield, Roffey scored 207 for 6 declared with the two Hugos scoring the bulk of the runs – Hugo Cowan made 86 and Hugo Vickers 34 not out. In reply Lingfield collapsed to 70 all out with some fine bowling performances from Lewis Reeves (3 for 10) and Aiden Sparling (2 for 3) The following day, Horsham held Lingfield to a winning draw. Lingfield batted first and posted a total of 259. In reply Horsham scored 166 for 7 but ran out of overs still short of their target. Jack Mallows scored 36 and also took 3 for 44 in the match. There was also a winning draw for Roffey against Three Bridges. Lewis Reeves (66) Max Rivers (40) and Hugo Cowan (30) contributed to Roffey’s total of 226 for 5. In reply Three Bridges managed 143 for 7 in their allotted

overs with Reeves taking 2 for 29 and Jordan Bell 3 for 28. Horsham lost out to Three Bridges on Thursday – Tom Clark top scored with 29 not out but the Horsham side’s total for 125 for 6 in 36 overs was not quite enough and Three Bridges reached their target in 24.4 overs for the loss of two wickets. Meanwhile Roffey put on a massive 317 for 2 declared in 33 overs at East Grinstead. In a superb batting performance Max Rivers scored a fantastic 203, well supported by Jordan Bell (60). In reply EG reached 159 for 2 which was enough to secure the home side a winning draw. The two local sides met in the final pool game of the week on Friday and once more Max Rivers put on a fine batting display, narrowly missing out on a century by just one run. Tom Haynes (73) batted very well before being caught and bowled by Jack Mallows. In reply there were some solid batting performances from Horsham (Tom Clark 35 and Harry Constant 48) but they finished 174 all out in 36 overs. Tom Haynes was the pick of the Roffey bowlers.

Tom Haynes bats for Roffey... With three wins and two winning draws in Pool B Roffey narrowly missed out on progressing to the final, contested between the two teams from the pools with the most points. In the Shield competition (open to all clubs without county players in their side) a total of 22 teams entered with Horsham Trinity drawn in pool X. Trinity scored 215 for 7 dec (Luke Mc Dougall 44, Fraser Mc Ateer 42) as they beat Crawley (136 all out) on Monday, and followed that with a victory against Keymer and Hassocks (McDougall 61, Joe Gandy 59 not out). Keymer were all out for 55 with Joshua Pennycott (5 for 8) the pick of the bowlers. Trinity ended 164 for 8 dec (Noah Chinn 32) against Horley, who only hit 49 in reply with Pennycott again impressing. In their final match on Friday, Trinity dismissed Scaynes Hill for 79. In reply Trinity fired 80 for 6 (Daniel Storer 27). Having won every match during the week they progressed to the final at Burgess Hill CC on Sunday, 1st August where they unfortunately lost out to a very strong Arundel side.

...before Horsham celebrate his dismissal

Max Rivers, very much in form. All images by Clare Turnbell


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