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Horsham’s footballers are on the verge of one of the biggest days in the club’s 130-year history. The final of the Sussex Senior Cup will be played at the American Express Community Stadium, the spectacular new home of Brighton and Hove Albion, it was revealed this week. Horsham must win two more matches to get there, including a quarter-final at lower-ranked Burgess Hill Town on February 22. But Frank King and Don Duffield, who both watched the Hornets play in 1945, say it will be one of the top three or four

occasions in their 66 years as supporters if the part-time players do reach the final. The match, on July 16, will be the first ever played at the Amex in Falmer – even before Albion’s first team appear at the near-£100 million all-seater arena. Attendance at the final will be restricted to 10,000 supporters, 12,500 fewer than the capacity when the Seagulls play their first league match there in August.

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links and facilities before bigger crowds are allowed in. And that is great news for non-League clubs in Sussex, including Horsham, who still dream of making history by taking part in such a high-profile event. Mr King, who will be 80 in June, told The Resident: “It will be the best 80th birthday present they could give me if we can get to the final. I’m thrilled to bits with the idea and I hope there’s a big crowd, whoever gets through. “I saw my first Horsham match at Queen Street in 1945, just after the end of World War II. “The biggest games were the FA Cup matches at Notts County in 1947, when the great Tommy Lawton played against us, and at home to Swansea a few years ago. Continued on Page 2

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Hornets target first game at new £100m stadium Continued from Page 1 “Playing the first match in the new stadium would be right up there with those – one of my top three games. “It’s going to be a fantastic stadium, one of the best in the south of England, and it puts an extra edge on our quarter-final at Burgess Hill. “As far as I’m concerned, the Sussex Senior Cup is the most prestigious cup in Sussex, our FA Cup if you like. “My only disappointment would be playing the final in July, when our squad may have changed, rather than early May.” Peter Bentley, chairman of the Sussex County Football Association, said: “We are delighted to be invited to the Amex to play the final on what will be

an historic occasion. “This demonstrates the co-operation that exists between us and the senior clubs in the county for the benefit of football and its fans. “It will provide a great occasion for the players and fans of the clubs who reach the final, and give those teams the opportunity to play in front of such a large crowd in such a wonderful stadium.” Martin Perry, chief executive of Brighton and Hove Albion, said: “I am delighted the Sussex County FA and its member clubs have seen the enormous benefit of the final being the first fixture at the Amex. “For the teams still in the competition it is sure to provide an extra incentive to reach the final.”

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Have your say as buses face end of the road County council wants to hear your views on which bus services to axe in the next 3 years Matthew James News Editor

Concerned residents have been told they can fight to save bus services threatened with the axe. West Sussex County Council is today (Friday) expected to approve plans to slash bus subsidies by £2 million, or 43 per cent, over the next three years as part of overall cuts

totalling £79 million. Well-placed sources told The Resident there was little doubt councillors would vote to reduce subsidies from £4.7 million to £2.7 million, phased over three years. But Cllr Lionel Barnard, deputy leader of the county council, said no decisions would be taken today about exactly which subsidies and services would be cut. The Conservative councillor for Henfield has set up a task force of five

councillors – three Tories and two Liberal Democrats – to consider the issue in more detail. And he told The Resident he would be happy to hear from individuals and groups anxious to make sure their bus services are not hit. Cllr Barnard said: “We are going to look at it as sympathetically as possible and talk to the bus companies. “We will be looking at routes that are the least used, such as Sunday night services and things of that


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nature, rather than peak times at first. “We won’t slash services on day one, April 1. It will be a gradual process and we want to hear what people think.” Cllr Morwen Millson, county councillor for Horsham Riverside, said: “Liberal Democrats are extremely concerned about the proposed cuts to bus subsidies. “These have only ever been provided for services that are not profitable, so they are mainly rural services and

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those that operate early in the morning, in the evenings or on Sundays. “They are most likely to be used by young people to get to and from school, college or work, by disabled people and those without access to a car, so they are very important to the well-being of many communities. “Without them, people with access to cars will use them more. Older drivers will hang on to their licences, even when they have doubts about their own driving capacity. Younger people will lose their independence and there will be even greater pressure on parents to buy a car. ”Lib Dems fear these swingeing cuts will result in greater traffic congestion, particularly in residential areas around schools. “They will lead to more road crashes and they will reduce the ability of older and disabled people to travel, especially in rural areas. “The county council is proposing cuts of £500,000 in the next financial year, £1 million the following year and £500,000 in the third year. “It says it will look at sustainable transport alternatives. Lib Dems support such options, but we believe

these cuts are too severe and are being implemented too quickly.” Cllr Derek Deedman (Lib Dem, Bramber Castle) said subsidies had contributed to the doubling of bus use in West Sussex in the last decade, reducing congestion and helping tackle climate change. But the Steyning resident warned: “The Conservatives’ proposal would decimate bus services in rural areas, evening and Sunday services, and school services for pupils living within three miles of schools. “Locally the services which could be lost are the 2A Sunday service between Steyning and Shoreham and the 17 Sunday service between Horsham and Brighton via Henfield. “Also at risk would be the 108 and 109 services between Worthing and Horsham via Steyning, and the Henfield to Burgess Hill section of the 100 service.” Cllr Warwick Hellawell (Lib Dem, Roffey) said bus subsidies were not sustainable in their present form. But he added: “Until alternatives are in place I think subsidies are unfortunately essential to ensure that those who really need these services have access to them.” Cllr Frank Wilkinson (Con, Storrington) told The Resident: “The cut to our bus subsidy budget is of great concern to every councillor, and in particular to colleagues like myself who represent rural areas. “I am well aware of the importance of a reliable service. Unfortunately the last government left a massive debit balance and we have been given the job of bringing it back into credit. “I attended a seminar last week when all of the issues of bus subsidies were discussed. “The county council will do everything possible to spread any cuts fairly and sensibly. A task force has been set up to do just that and I have every confidence in their ability to do so. “Naturally I will be giving them my thoughts for my electoral division.”

Make your views known in the great bus debate Send your views to Cllr Lionel Barnard, deputy leader of West Sussex County Council, and Cllr Pieter Montyn, chairman of the council’s bus task force, at and You may also wish to copy your email to News Editor Matthew James,, for possible publication in The Resident.


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News in Brief Council tax freeze Horsham District Council is set to freeze its share of the council tax. The district’s Cabinet says the council should charge the same level of tax from April, but the proposal will be considered by the full council on Wednesday next week, February 16. The district would charge £135.54 for band D council tax, with a special charge of £23.72. District councillor Gordon Lindsay, Cabinet member for finance and assets, said: “The council has had to deal with twin challenges – producing a budget which minimises the impact on services while coping with a significant reduction in government grants. “We have been able to maintain at the present level discretionary rate relief and other grants for charities, sports clubs and other similar organisations. “The Cabinet has also recommended a balanced budget which does not draw on reserves to cover day-to-day expenditure. “Significant challenges still remain but the council is determined to maintain its strategy of achieving a balanced budget while minimising the impact on the delivery of key services.”

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Shall I stay or shall I go? This is the question many young people are asking in relation to a university education after the recent vote to increase tuition fees. Fees will treble to a maximum of £9,000 a year and with graduate unemployment running at 20 per cent many college students are questioning the wisdom of following the traditional path to university. The massive growth in university education over the last 10 years has seen many young people undertake a wide range of courses, from medicine to events management. But with no guarantee of a job and a debt that can grow to more than £46,000 over three years, university is no longer the automatic choice for many young people. They are experiencing a period of transition. The subject of employability is a key one and this may change students’ options, with more turning their backs on pure academia in favour of courses with more employment options, such as law or accountancy. The song “Should I stay or should I go?”, recorded by the Clash in the early 1980s, seems more appropriate today than when it was written. Collyer’s student Laurence Baker, a former head boy at Tanbridge House School, told The Resident: “The abyss of endless uncertainty that students are faced with is about to be stretched even further.

“The cost of university fees has trebled and students are left in the dark with the daunting prospect of leaving further education tens of thousands of pounds in debt. “It is a strange prospect, having no clue where you will be living in 10 years. Most students know what they want to do in the future, but now the question on their minds is ‘Can I afford to get there?’ “Prior to the change it was a given, for many, that after finishing college you attend university and then you get a good job. Now more people are starting to look at other possibilities. “I had always tried to keep my options open for the future, but I’m starting to more seriously consider other possibilities like going into employment after college. “I was one of the fortunate ones who received a grant for maintenance as well as fees, so I can sympathise wholeheartedly with these young people who represent our future.”

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Collyer’s students have their say: “Of course the cuts are going to mean big changes, as well as large increases in tuition fees. “It is going to mean loss of quality, bigger classes and fewer staff at universities and it will change the way people think about university. “Whether it will still be regarded as a natural step forward is a question on everyone’s mind. “In the past it seems for a certain type of academic student, university has been the traditional and wellrespected step forward. “But making this option less readily available poses difficulty and raises the question of what qualifications you need to get a good job.” Jonathan Packham

“I would love to study History at university but I am aware that this will not lead me into an automatic career and arts graduates have the highest unemployment at the moment so am reconsidering and thinking I may change to Law. I feel that my interests have been affected but I have to look to the future.” Lily Bray (above)


“The university fees increase means there is a possibility I won’t go to university, so I won’t be able to work in my chosen field despite having good grades as my family and I cannot afford it.” Michelle Walder “As if the UCAS process wasn’t stressful enough! The added pressure and stress surrounding the cuts and the rise in fees are making it an ordeal rather than a joy.” Alex Bohan

“The rise in tuition fees has made me consider whether I would rather spend a lot of money for uni when I could buy a house in the South of France.” Felix Prater “I am still going to university and I guess I’ll just have more debt when I get out.” Adam Hockley

“I am lucky enough to have financial backing and to have escaped the hike as I go this year, but for those in financial difficulty it will be an unnecessary lifelong worry. “Universities have turned themselves into more of businesses and they are giving more privileges to foreign students as they pay higher fees. Nicholas Henman (above)

News in Brief Rocket science? It is for cosmic girl Jennifer Stop the Traffik Collyer’s student Jennifer Simmonds has been chosen for space camp at Huntsville, Alabama. After a rigorous selection process, Jennifer was one of only eight UK students picked for the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy at the US Space and Rocket Centre. Kat Balch, from the centre, told her: “Your record of academic excellence and community service has qualified you to join a prestigious group of students from around the world.” Jennifer will take part in workshops to test her knowledge about issues in science, technology and engineering, including teams working to build and launch a rocket. The former Millais School pupil will launch into “virtual reality space” through simulators, endure a G-force simulator and enjoy talks from astronauts next month.

She said: “Space is pretty unforgiving so I’m expecting a tough cerebral test. I’ve been working really hard to make sure I’m at the top of my game. “Studying at a brilliant college has helped hugely. Everyone has been really supportive and my teachers and friends are right behind me. “I’m thrilled to have this brilliant opportunity to enjoy a great experience and develop my leadership skills. “I want to apply what I learn to a career in a global business connected with space. I’m planning to go to university and I’m getting advice from tutors about the best way forward.” Margarita Mortimer, her tutor at Collyer’s, said: “Jennifer works extremely hard and is a popular member of the Collyer’s community. “This is a brilliant opportunity and we all wish her the very best of luck.”

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Windlesham House School is today (Friday) hosting a youth conference, launching a new United Nations initiative for schools. Tim Loughton MP, minister for children and families, will open the event before Steve Chalke, special advisor to the United Nations, reveals details of the ground-breaking initiative. The event is fully booked, with more than 250 school representatives from 30 schools across the South East expected to attend. Organanisers aim to raise awareness of the issues surrounding people trafficking and how schools can highlight the issue. Schools attending the conference will be given the chance to take part in the Stop the Traffik summit for schools with world leaders, in London on April 11. Winterpit Lane ~ Mannings Heath ~ Horsham ~ West Sussex ~ RH13 6LY Tel: 01403 891191 ~ Fax: 01403 891499

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Reassurance on the street Two new neighbourhood wardens are on the streets of Ashington. Peter Newell and Paul Sweeney aim to provide a reassuring presence, working with all sections of the community to promote social inclusion, tackle antisocial behaviour and improve access to local services. Greg Charman, community safety manager for the Horsham District Community Safety Partnership, said: “We are really pleased to welcome the new team to Ashington. “The wardens are an asset to the community. They regularly check on the elderly and vulnerable residents, as well working with junior warden schemes and running events.

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The three previous events raised about £8,500 for the St Helier and Surrey Kidney Patients’ Association (KPA), which helps renal patients. Disease of the renal tract and subsequent renal failure is one of the fastest-growing medical problems, increasing by eight per cent per year. Those who find themselves on dialysis are condemned to a miserable existence, some waiting years for a transplant while others die. Horsham resident Jim Rae, whose wife Shirley lost her kidneys at the age of 24, is appealing for our readers to help make the golf day at least on a par with previous events. He needs:

Players “We have slots for 96 with a twotee start and I would like to fill them all. Players equal entry income, raffle income and auction income. “Two years ago we put out 81 golfers; last year only about 45.” Sponsors “For par 3 and long drive prizes, one for men and one for ladies. Sponsors and donations mean we make a greater surplus from the day.” Auction and raffle prizes “Rounds of golf and bottles of wine, spirits or champagne always go well, but I rule out nothing as all donations are very gratefully received.”

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Mr Rae, of Beaver Close, Horsham, said: “Horsham Rotary have generously advised they will sponsor one of the par 3s to the tune of £100. “Ifield and Rookwood golf clubs have already donated rounds of golf, and the Holbrook Club has just advised they will donate a bottle of malt whisky to the raffle.” Mr Rae, who is “loosely involved” with Mannings Heath Golf Club, added: “Neil Darnell looks after my atrocious swing – when I can swing. “From time to time I help him out when he needs bodies to assist with golf societies or corporate days.”

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‘Enough is enough’ say protesters News in Brief at big European event in Steyning Avoiding violence

Those who work with young people are being urged to take part in a training course. The session, from 9am to 11am on Saturday, March 12, will cover the importance of personal safety and ways to avoid or defuse violent and aggressive situations. A spokesman for Horsham District Council said: “Those attending will be equipped with the basic information and confidence to engage young people in discussions around these issues.” The free course is open to anyone who works with, or volunteers with, people aged between 10 and 19. It is part of an initiative between the district council, Horsham Churches Together, West Sussex Council for Voluntary Youth Services and West Sussex Youth Service. Call 01403 251385 or email uk for more information.

Singular success Members of the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) protested outside a high-level European Union conference in Steyning. Ministers, MEPs and academics from across Europe, including UK financial secretary Justine Greening, attended the event at Wilton Park, Wiston House, from Friday to Sunday. But Horsham UKIP members Stuart Aldridge, Brian Bufton, David

Duke and Graham Harper joined one of the conference speakers, South East MEP Marta Andreasen, to wave placards outside. Mr Harper said drivers put their thumbs up and hooted their car horns in support of the demonstrators. He said: “The first item on the agenda? ‘How large should the EU budget be in an age of austerity?’ “It seems the predatory and

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Arson suspected A blaze in woodland on Wednesday is believed to have been started deliberately. Billingshurst firefighters were called when a tree was set alight behind Holders Close shortly before 5pm.

School energy savers New energy meters are being installed at all maintained schools in West Sussex to help reduce energy consumption and save money. They use a new type of technology which automatically collects data about gas, electricity, oil or LPG. The automated meter reading (AMR) programme, which was unanimously supported by head teachers and governors at the county’s schools forum, will be rolled out from the end of March. Schools will be able to go online to see where their energy goes, how they can manage it and reduce their carbon footprint. Cllr Peter Griffiths, county council Cabinet member for education and schools, said: “It’s a case of ‘practising what we teach’ as we will encourage teachers to use this as an educational tool to support learning on climate change. “It’s a great device, saving the county council money and improving energy efficiency.”


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Friday 11 February 2011


New police website could ‘make people feel less safe’ Mixed views as police release details of crime in your area A website which allows people to see exactly how much crime has been committed in their area has sparked debate among residents across the district. By typing a postcode into, anyone can immediately find out what has been going on locally. Residents are given ways to contact their local policing team and can see what their team is doing to make the area safer. The website allows residents to view figures for burglary, robbery, violence, vehicle crime, other crime and antisocial behaviour. The site was developed by the National Policing Improvement Agency on behalf of the Home Office and involved close collaboration between all 43 police forces in England and Wales. Martin Richards, Chief Constable of Sussex Police, said: “We aim to raise awareness of what we are doing to tackle crime and disorder and how local people can support their local police. “This new technology will allow us to provide more relevant information to the community.” Cllr Morwen Millson, Liberal Democrat county councillor for Horsham Riverside, said: “There are some very useful features, such as the identity of local police community support officers (PCSOs) and local crime prevention events. “But I am concerned that rather than making people feel safer it will have the reverse effect.

“Entering my postcode brought up a map for a large part of Horsham, part of the Denne and Forest neighbourhood. “At first glance I was horrified to find 90 crimes listed for the area for December, including 46 incidents of antisocial behaviour and nine of violent crime. “On further reflection, this is three crimes a day in a part of Horsham that includes the railway station and the park, as well as a number of routes from the town centre pubs. “Under those circumstances, the figures are entirely believable. But I think more could be done to reassure people who may be afraid to walk home at night.” Cllr Frank Wilkinson, Conservative county councillor for Storrington, said: “It is a chance for residents to get the information that I get on a regular basis when I attend the parish councils in my division every month. “At the meetings there is always the local Community PC or the PCSO to give an update on local crime. “The website will do the same and enable residents to be in touch with what the police are doing. “More importantly it will give them the chance to speak out if they are not happy with the performance of the police.”

The Resident spoke to people in the centre of Horsham to get a sample of views... Brian Welch 56, from Horsham

We don’t get much crime in Horsham. We don’t get “many kids causing trouble, but I think the website will

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encourage discipline and help police in a rougher area. I reckon it will help.

Maureen Jacques 74, from Horsham

It’s a good idea for people who need the information, “like people from the neighbourhood watch who can tar-

get their work. But my age group would rather not know because we’ve got enough to be frightened about.

James Gache 17, former Collyer’s student

there are lots of burglaries in an area you might want “toIfknow to get a nice security alarm. I may be more likely to look at the website when I’m older and want a house.” Robert Gray 80, from Horsham

I don’t ever use the internet, but I think my daughters “will probably use this website. It will give you places to avoid and we will know what’s going on.” Sophie Khawaja 16, former Collyer’s student

It could scare you, being quite terrifying if you research “your area and find out there’s a lot of crime. It could damage the reputation of an area and lead to fewer people wanting to live there.

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Weltons Brewery in Foundry Lane, Horsham, are holding an evening of live music, with Retrospect, Little White Blue and Rocky Dyson & The Cyclones. Doors open at 6pm, music from 7:30pm. Fully licensed bar. Tickets £3 from The Beer Essentials in East Street.

Original member of The Flying Pickets and all round entertainer Mervyn Stutter is at Billingshurst Village Hall at 8pm. Call 01403 787690 for tickets.

After his last sell out show in Horsham, local comedian and newsagent John O’Sullivan is taking his Newsagent Provocateur show to the Hawth in Crawley. Tickets £12, visit or call 01293 553636.

The Dragons Bar is re-opening its doors for karaoke lovers across Horsham on the 13th February. The evening has a prize fund of £100 and a free drink for every participant. 49 Brighton Road, Horsham, RH13 6EZ. Call 01403 268833 for more information.

The Blue Oasis Club, Horsham’s club night for people with learning disabilities, will be turning a brighter colour when it hosts a Valentine’s theme disco. The club is held at the Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham. Doors open at 7pm and costs £3, carers are free. Organised by HDC.

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Horsham Hospital is hosting a book sale and mini market from 10am to 2pm. The event is organised by The League of Friends. Many book bargains, soft toys and knitted items on sale. Tea bar and LoF shop will be open. All proceeds got to future hospital projects.

Following the success of last year, Seedy Saturday returns at the Friends Meeting House, opposite the library in Worthing Road, Horsham (10am-4pm). Transition Horsham is asking people to swap garden seeds, vegetables or flowers.

Learn some useful bushcraft skills with Sussex Wildlife Trust (SWT). Tues 22nd February (10:00-15:00) at Owlbeech Woods. Suitable for unaccompanied children aged 8-14 years. Price: £15 per child. For more information and to reserve places call 01293 519086 or 07771 375254.

Chris Packham returns to The Capitol. Using a series of his astonishing images Chris charts a quest to reflect the pure beauty of the nature he has long loved and dreamed of encountering. Tickets £14, call 01403 750220.

Horsham Cats Protection are holding a bric-a-brac sale from 10am-3pm in The Barn in the Causeway. All the usual stalls, CDs, books, jigsaws, tombola, refreshments, tea, coffee and delicious homemade cakes. Entry is 50p or a tin of cat food.

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Live music at Weltons Brewery

Book sale and mini market

Toy & Train Collectors Fair

Mervyn Strutter in Billingshurst

Seedy Saturday

Charity Pancake Race 2011

John O’Sullivan at the Hawth

Bushcraft at Half-Term

Horsham DFAS Meeting

Chris Packham at The Capitol

Blue Oasis turns Valentine red

Catstravaganza Bric-a Brac sale

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with a delicious evening at The Greets Inn at Warnham The Ashington Toy & Train Collectors Fair is taking place at Ashington Community Centre, Foster Lane, Ashington from 10.30am to 2.30pm. Buy, sell and swap from a large range of toys including Dinky, Corgi and Matchbox diecasts, Hornby trains, Meccano, Lego and lots more.

The 3rd Charity Pancake Race in Horsham’s Carfax is taking place on Shrove Tuesday. Organised by The Rotary Club and Horsham District Council, local businesses are invited to enter the fancy dress race. For more information and an entry form call 01403 754005.

The Horsham Decorative & Fine Arts Society are holding their next meeting at the Capitol at 10.45am. The subject will be”The Spirit of the Way - The pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela”. The speaker is Hilary Guise MA Fine Art (UCT)MA (Lon). Visitors always welcome. Admission £5.

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Microbiz 2011

Craft and Gift Market

Phoenix Choir Concert

The Greets Inn has a fine reputation for wonderful Sussex fayre that extends far beyond the Sussex borders. On the menu this Valentines will be a fabulous line-up of fresh seasonal produce, harvested in its prime and ready for eating, dishes designed to satisfy the largest of appetites, without spoiling what might be planned for ‘afters’.

A chef-special ‘food lovers’ menu will be available across the Valentines weekend, from Friday through to Monday February 14th Booking is most certainly advised Show them how much you love’em this Valentines, with a date at the scrumptious Greets Inn. Call us now to reserve a table:

The Greets Inn, Friday Street, Warnham, Horsham, RH12 3QY Telephone 01403 265047

A must for any small business or start up, Horsham Microbiz has become one of the most popular business to business events in Sussex, attracting thousands of visitors since it first began in 2003. The Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham, from 10am to 4pm. Call 01403 215542 for more information.

Southwater Craft and Gift Market hosts a Spring Fair at Southwater Leisure Centre, at 11am-3pm. There will be many stalls selling wonderful gifts, including handmade and fashion jewellery, cakes, jams and chutneys, candles and melts, toys, gardening products and more.

Phoenix Choir from Harare, Zimbabwe are performing a concert at Our Lady of England RC Church, Storrington on 14th April, 2011 at 7.30pm. Tickets £8, available from Fowlers Estate Agents, The Card Centre in Storrington or Post Office Stores in West Chiltington.

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Friday 11 February 2011

Business Display of affection at Mr Simms

Love is in the air (and the window) after Collyer’s art students go from classroom to sweet shop for Valentine’s Day


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Students and tutors from Collyer’s sixth form college, join Anthony and Sharon O’Callaghan between their window displays

James Hood Business Editor

Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe in Horsham’s town centre has unveiled its latest window displays, which were created by students at Collyer’s sixth form college. The traditional-style confectioners, worked with first year students studying the BTEC in Art and Design to create the eye-catching, Valentine’s-themed window dressings. The masterpieces can be used to form elements of their portfolios. The project was part of the shop’s plans to involve and support the local community. Director Anthony O’Callaghan said: “We like to get involved with the local community. This initiative provided a great way for us to make some ties with the local people, something we want to continue to do. I am so happy with the results that we would like to do it again for different occasions. The end result is fantastic!” Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe and

its mixture of old fashioned and contemporary sweets have been popular in the town since it was officially opened last May. Anthony added: “We’re proud to be a small independent retailer in the town and our aim is to get to know

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I recently started to think about the future and ways to ensure financial security for my family. I am worried that I could leave behind a large Inheritance Tax Bill and wondered what I can do to reduce it? Philip Lansberry, Director of Spofforths Private Client Services Team


When surviving spouses, including civil partners, were given the right to offset against the value of their estate any unused IHT allowance left over from their late spouse’s estate there was generous applause from all quarters. But this concession has brought about the almost complete demise of the nil rate band will trust. Further investigation might reveal the need to have not one but two such trusts however. This would apply to those who remarry after the death of their first spouse, and for the spouses of such persons. Such occurrences are not so uncommon these days and the very considerable IHT savings available are invariably not fully appreciated following a second marriage. For those who have included a nil rate band will trust in their wills and are wondering whether or not to keep it, each case should be reviewed very carefully as the current IHT regime could change. Other will trusts including spousal by-pass trusts are also not used to the extent necessary to ensure those who could benefit from them do so.

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In the first of a series of interviews with local business people who ‘make it work’ juggling business and home life, James Hood talks to Vince Di Lena from The Company Hairdressing about the importance of finding your passion, being focused and good coffee.


Interview I’m greeted with a smile and a genuine welcome from the staff when I walk into The Lounge coffee shop and bar at The Company Hairdressing in Horsham and I get the kind of first-class service that would give a top London hotel a run for its money. Here, customer is clearly King and I soon discover, when I sit down with Managing Director Vince Di Lena, it’s a philosophy that trickles down from the top. It was working in his father’s hairdressers as a boy, after the family had moved from Italy to Leicestershire, where Vince learnt the basics of cutting hair and discovered his

passion for (the very Italian) customer service flair. But it’s not exceptional service alone that has been the secret to Vince’s success. As an ambitious, and bold, 16 year-old he wrote a letter to the best salon in Leicestershire asking for work experience and soon after, he was on the payroll. “I have always had a strong work ethic thanks to my Dad, who wouldn’t let any of us lie in bed in the morning. He would get up at the crack of dawn and get to work, and I have the same attitude. When I finished school, I knew getting a job was the right move. Practical learning was much better for me than a more academic path” Vince says. Years of honing his craft later, and after stints in Vietnam and Australia, it was another letter that would open the doors to The Company Hairdressing in Horsham, where the existing leaseholders of the building were

contemplating retirement. Along with his business partner, with whom he also owns another salon in Leatherhead, Vince opened The Company in 2005 followed shortly after by The Lounge below. It has since expanded into products, selling beauty brand Prive exclusively in the UK. From early on, Vince knew exactly what the point of difference would be for customers: “I knew that people could get a haircut anywhere, but what they couldn’t be sure of was the quality of the overall experience. So at The Company you get service that is second-to-none. All the salon staff members receive as much training on service as they do on hair styling. Plus we have a great coffee shop and bar. All of which really sets us apart”, says Vince. His business has gone from strength to strength, so what’s the secret to its success? According to Vince: “You need to be more than

just ambitious. It takes focus, positive thinking. And sometimes you need to just take a chance”. It’s not all work and no play for Vince though. In his downtime he plays sport, spends time with his wife and young children and walks the dog, not forgetting a 6am swim every day before work, which, he says, keeps him mentally alert. It’s a balance that has clearly worked well for him and one that he hopes will stand The Company, and The Lounge, in good stead for the future. And finally, a question we will ask all those who brave ‘The Interview’: taking his six-day working week, young family and daily exercise into consideration – how does he make it work? “I’m really passionate about what I do which makes things easier” Vince says. “I’m also really organised, and drink lots of coffee!” An Italian blend, naturally.

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Vince Di Lena, Managing Director of The Company Hairdressing, Middle Street, Horsham

New business training centre open Show of support for local businesses with the unveiling of new training courses and facilities in Horsham James Hood Business Editor

A new training centre has been officially opened in Horsham that will provide local businesses and their employees with a place to study short courses. Horsham Training Centre will offer facilities that are focused on helping people with their corporate or professional development and include a wide range of subjects such as leadership and management, IT skills and health and safety. The centre, which is on Hurst Road in Horsham, forms part of Central Sussex College and all courses will be run by a team of experienced trainers.

As well as training, the centre, which is in a central location and close to Horsham Train Station, will have conference and meeting spaces available for businesses to hire in a bright and modern environment. Horsham Training Centre was officially opened on Friday February 4 by the Minister for the Cabinet Office, Right Honourable Francis Maude MP. At the event guests included representatives from Gatwick Airport Ltd, Sussex Enterprise, Beales department store and Horsham District Council who were given the opportunity to tour the building. They were also served with Champagne and canapés – which had been made and served by students from Central Sussex College. Right Honourable Francis Maude MP also unveiled a

commemorative plaque to mark the occasion. He said: “There’s a very fast-growing world of developing countries with not only cheap labour but also skilled labour. What you are doing here is seeing how businesses need to expand to people’s needs.”

The opening has given those involved a vote of confidence in the support for local businesses. Dr Russell Strutt, principal, said: “Horsham District Council has given us great support in getting this centre off the ground. We are particularly keen to support the rural economy as well as the town of Horsham.” An open day is being held for those interested in taking a look around and finding out more about the centre on Saturday February 12 between 10am and 2pm. Visitors will get the chance to talk to trainers and find out the full range of courses available as well as taking part in free business masterclasses that will run throughout the day. For more information or to preregister as a visitor for the chance to

win a free one-day training course of your choice visit htc Horsham Training Centre is also offering a 25% discount on any bookings made before March 31 2011.

Horsham MP Francis Maude unveils the training centre’s plaque. Photos by Split Image Ltd.

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Friday 11 February 2011


You’re hired While unemployment remains high, Horsham-based company Damovo demonstrates foresight and faith by employing apprentices to help shape its future. James Hood Business Editor

You might think this isn’t really a good time for National Apprentice Week (7 – 11 February). After all, recruitment is suffering in the workplace according to the Office for National Statistics which last month announced 2.5 million people (including one in five 16 to 24-yearolds) are out of work. Then there’s the reluctance from many organisations to invest in more staff, or anything else, until we’re home and dry from the recession.

We have seen great ‘value bringing young people into the business ’

information communication technology products and services, runs a two-year apprenticeship programme that includes study at Central Sussex College to achieve the technical certificate and a workplace assessment. For the first six to nine months, apprentices work in a variety of roles allowing Damovo to establish where they would be most suitable within the business. Alex Williams, head of technical support, believes the scheme plays a big part in the success and growth of the organisation: “We have seen great value bringing young people into the business. Many senior people at Damovo started out as apprentices themselves. As a result, when we decided to restart our apprentice scheme two years ago we already recognised the benefit of apprentices bringing enthusiasm and fresh ideas into the business”. The benefits don’t end there either. Training, developing and nurturing staff and promoting from within can help to weather the storm during an economic downturn. Damovo’s strategy is to gain loyalty from its staff in the hope that their experience and knowledge will put them in a strong position in the

Bright young things - Damovo’s apprentices. Standing behind: Matt Wellings (left) and Brendon Bow (right). Sitting (from left) Tom Cluer, James Annetts, Tom Wilkinson, Cameron Fraser, Luke Jones, Ben Elsden and Liam Rogers. Also part of the team but not pictured: Sam Reeves and Kieran O’Neill

future and it has already placed some of the current intake in permanent positions. “Apprentices are now playing an important role in our thinking around succession planning, as when we look to fill vacancies we are initially seeking to promote people internally and create opportunities at a junior level”. Such schemes also have a major impact on the lives and careers of the young professionals who take

part and can provide vital support both in the workplace and, in some instances, financially to help them reach their potential. One of Damovo’s protégés is Liam Rogers, who commented: “I am enjoying my time as an apprentice as it allows me to learn on the job rather than in a full-time classroom environment. The pressure of satisfying my customers and understanding business needs on a day-to-day basis

means I am also learning more. I have made a lot of new friends as well”. So now could be the time to consider how this type of programme or recruitment can help your business. As Damovo has shown, such schemes can help secure a bright future, for both the business and those working for it.

A new Horsham café and salon shows there’s profit in protecting the planet

Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership is seeking a chairman and seven business leaders for its board. The organisation aims to transform business and economic performance so that the area can compete in any international marketplace. The roles are a chance for

experienced business people to play a key role in influencing economic development between the coast and the capital. If you are persuasive, influential and can form positive relationships with trade organisations and would like to know more about the roles visit

However, Horsham-based business, Damovo, is ahead of the game and putting even Alan Sugar to shame, after hiring no less than 12 apprentices in the last 18 months. The company, which provides

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The ethical effect Board vacancies If you own or run a business, you are probably well informed about how to make it more environmentally friendly and reduce your carbon footprint. But a Horsham café and hairdressers is part of a growing number of companies making a business model out of reducing their impact on the environment and going organic, while passing the benefits onto its customers. Fusion, in Horsham’s Park Place near Piries Place offers food in its ground floor café and has a hairdressers and beauty salon above and the products they use and sell are all either organic or sourced from local suppliers. The format, which is increasingly popular as we all become more aware of our responsibility to protect our planet, is something that owners Nigel and Glen Miller are passionate about: “Our aim is to give customers what they want, and we felt that people are as keen on protecting the environment and supporting the local community as we are. So we thought, why not make our business an ethical one?” said Nigel. Just some of the unique products in their coffee shop include locally sourced cupcakes, meats from nearby farms, sausage rolls from a shop in

Henfield that has been making them for 125 years, and a tea blended especially to suit the local water. Even the artwork on the walls is created by a local artist and is evidence of their commitment to the local area. So is going green going well? “Considering we only opened last month, we’ve done really well and improved week on week. And customers come back again and again”.

Public Notice

Darron John Doherty trading as D J Doherty Services of 35 The Crescent, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1NA is applying to change an existing licence as follows:

To add an Operating Centre to keep 6 vehicles and 0 trailers at Citylink Ltd, Distribution House, Whitworth Road, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 7SS.

Nigel Miller and Sandra Stevens believe going organic is good for the environment, and for business

Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings) near the operating centre who believe that their use or enjoyment of that land would be affected, should make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at: South Eastern & Metropolitan Traffic Area, Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds, LS9 6NF stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice. Representors must at the same time send a copy of their representations to the applicant at the address given at the top of this notice. A guide to making representations is available from the Traffic Commissioner’s office.


Brain Gym

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

Double Crossword

Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet and every letter of the alphabet is used. Use the given letter(s) to the right of the main grid to start you off.

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Choose either quick or cryptic clues - both fit the same grid.

E I N M T B ? W A E O N Y N T S

LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION: The letter represented by the question mark is L. Ladybird, Greenfly, Silkworm, all insects.

Cryptic Clues: Across


1. Prescience is indispensable to the marksman (9) 8. A bit of relaxation, apparently (3) 9. Pledging oneself to dispose of the body (11) 11. It is put down after offer is revised that’s fine (7) 12 & 17Ac. Openings for the theatrically inclined (5-5) 13. It’s used by the sportsman and makes a noise (6) 15. Although shelled, they take their time in moving (6) 17. See 12 Across. 18. About unbroken echo (7) 20. Disposition by one who makes a score (11) 22. Many letters of thanks, initially (3) 23. They may have seconds to fight (9)

2. Admit to a bit of narrowness (3) 3. Rushing movement - the operator needs to get on! (5) 4. Big men stagin’ a different presentation (6) 5. Makes sure gear measures up to personal specifications (5,2) 6. A man will be thankful not to show this (11) 7. Downtrodden - minor operation strongly urged (9) 10. Board members show the way to make a speech (11) 11. Precautionary exercise could be boring when it’s very hot (4-5) 14. Made certain the user is put right in the finish (7) 16. The ape needs eastern fruit (6) 19. See 21 Down. 21 & 19Dn. This holds the fruit - it may be put in crackers! (3-5)

Quick Clues: Across


1. Engaged (9) 8. Tune (3) 9. Ping-pong (5-6) 11. Dead body (7) 12. Banishment (5) 13. Like better (6) 15. Young swan (6) 17. Outcome (5) 18. Followed (7) 20. U.S. gorge (5,6) 22. Beverage (3) 23. Free from blame (9)

2. Epoch (3) 3. Musical drama (5) 4. Took notice (6) 5. Thickly (7) 6. Religious drama (7,4) 7. Defended (9) 10. Twisted sweetmeat (6,5) 11. Charm (9) 14. Lift (7) 16. Artist’s workroom (6) 19. Astonish (5) 21. Choose (3)

LAST WEEK’S SOLUTIONS: CRYPTIC - Across: 1 Flying leap; 7 Voice; 8 Liven up; 10 Residual; 11 Isle; 13 Gaming; 15 Grease; 17 Oust; 18 Clear out; 21 Trips up; 22 Henna; 23 Be prepared. Down: 1 Fairs; 2 Yielding; 3 Nilgai; 4 Live; 5 Amnesia; 6 Average out; 9 Present-day; 12 Breather; 14 Massive; 16 Slip up; 19 Owned; 20 Tsar. QUICK - Across: 1 Rendezvous; 7 Ounce; 8 Shorten; 10 Bewilder; 11 View; 13 Assess; 15 Hidden; 17 Idle; 18 Rebuttal; 21 Genuine; 22 Again; 23 Settlement. Down: 1 Renew; 2 Needless; 3 Easier; 4 Viol; 5 Untried; 6 Forbearing; 9 New England; 12 Simulate; 14 Silence; 16 Serene; 19 Trait; 20 List.

Sudoku Fill in the grid below so that every column, every row and each of the 3x3 boxes contains all the digits from 1 to 9. LAST WEEK’S SOLUTIONS >

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Everyone’s talking about Newsagent Provocateur Horsham’s newsagent turned comedy and TV star is on stage, where he belongs, this weekend James Hood Entertainment Editor

Music contract in sight for local singer-songwriter Alice Ella, a singer and songwriter from Horsham, has made it through to the live, regional auditions of Live and Unsigned. Alice will now compete with some of the most talented musicians in the country in front of thousands of spectators and judges from Radio 1, NME Radio and Kerrang, in a bid to get signed. Live and Unsigned is a national music competition, which attracts

over 10,000 musicians and bands each year. Those who enter have the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of some of the country’s top producers, record label executives and DJs. Finalists could get the chance to perform on stage at The O2 for the Live and Unsigned Festival and the overall winner will receive a recording and management contract with Future Music.

A star is born. Alice Ella sets sights on signing in talent contest Photo by Victoria Thompson

The town’s favourite cheeky newsagent returns in the second of his live stand-up comedy shows this Saturday night (February 12) at The Hawth in Crawley. John O’Sullivan, the Newsagent Provocateur, has written and produced the show himself which will include a mix of improvised on-stage antics and on-screen footage. John, who is considered to be a future star of British comedy, became notorious in the town after displaying humorous, but sometimes controversial, newspaper headlines on billboards outside his newsagents, The Candy Box. He has since appeared on TV as part of John Bishop’s Britain and taken part in Come Dine With Me. Talking about Saturday’s show John said: “If a bit of toilet humour is your thing, you’ll have a good night. If not, go and see Joe Pasquale instead”. If John’s first stage performance last year is anything to go by, this one

will be entertaining and maybe a tiny bit outrageous. It is a second act not to be missed. The show is almost sold out, selling an impressive 650 tickets. But there are still some available if you want to go. Visit for more information and to book. You can follow John O’Sullivan on twitter @newsagentprovoc or ‘like’ Newsagent Provocateur on Facebook.

Greatness from The Glass Room Lisa Cozens has a listen to the Horsham band’s latest release Empyrean is a belter of a tune from the alternative rocksmiths The Glass Room. At well under three minutes, Richard Jende’s drums and vocalist Scott Moulding’s bass power it along with masterful speed, while Darren O’Neill’s guitar melodies are urgent

and skittish around them. The production and mixing is sublime, part due to expert help from Mark Rinaldi (Breaking Benjamin, Beyonce, Artetha Franklin, Aerosmith). The Glass Room has proven in the past to be an intelligent, adaptable

band, and they are focused on achieving greatness. The single is released on February 18. You can download it and follow the band at facebook. com/theglassroom To submit a review of a local band, email James Hood, Entertainment Editor at


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Friday 11 February 2011

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Saturday 12 February 6pm Acclaimed director and long time John Adams collaborator Peter Sellars makes his Met debut with this groundbreaking work, an exploration of the human Directed by Kinny Gardner • Designed by Chris de 1987 Wilde truths beyond the headlines surrounding President Nixon’s historic 1972 encounter with Mao and Communist China.

C’MON EVERYBODY Friday 18 February 7.30pm Take a nostalgic trip back in time with us and relive the best loved hits of Eddie Cochran, Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee and Chuck Berry in this spectacular, vibrant, action packed, non-stop live rockin’ show


Monday 14 & Tuesday 15 February 1.30pm & 4.30pm Michael Rosen’s ever popular story is brought vividly and noisily to life on stage. Look out for the gigantic swishy swashy grass, the splishy splashy river and the thick oozy mud-fight!

Saturday 19 February 2pm Starring Cbeebies presenter Andy Day. You are invited to Andy and Mike’s ‘fun pad’ - there is room for everyone and once there you can expect music, laughs, wigs, eye-patches, boats, planes, suspense and a BIG BOX OF BANANAS!


Columbo (layered artwork saved in: G:\Capitol\ Marketing and Publicity\spring 2011\Columbo) Tuesday 1 March – Saturday 5 march 7.30pm nightly & 2.30pm Saturday matinee Include the title text, cast information from the image and also if space the following text:

Sunday 20 February 7.30pm Based on the original ‘Squadronaires’ from the 1940’s and 50’s, they play the music of the great Swing Bands including Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw and others.

The Fleming’s marriage is in trouble. On returning from a late night consultation, Doctor Fleming has to soothe his angry wife with the promise of a long overdue vacation. When she is found dead, Columbo is brought in to investigate….

DENNIS LOCORRIERE ALONE AGAIN 2011 Wednesday 23 February 8pm Dennis Locorriere has a voice which is immediately recognised and has written songs that have been recorded by a wide variety of other artists including Bob Dylan and Jerry Lee Lewis. Now you can catch Dennis is his unique solo format.

CINEMA Friday 11 - Thursday 17 February GNOMEO AND JULIET 3D (U) Fri, Mon - Thu 3.50pm & 6.10pm Sat 10.30am, 12.45pm & 3pm Sun 12.45pm, 3pm & 5.15pm

YOGI BEAR (U) DIGITAL Fri, Mon - Thu 4pm & 6.15pm Sat 11am, 1.15pm, 3.30pm & 5.45pm Sun 1.15pm, 3.30pm & 5.45pm

BLACK SWAN (15) DIGITAL Fri, Mon - Thu 8.30pm Sat & Sun 8pm MORNING GLORY (12A) DIGITAL Fri, Mon - Thu 8.15pm Sun 7.30pm THE KING’S SPEECH returning 18 February Fri, Sun, Weds 8pm - Sat, Mon, Tues 8.30pm


Friday 11 February 2011


‘Just one more thing…’ Lieutenant Columbo, the disorganised, disheveled-looking but loveable detective from the 70s TV drama comes to The Capitol’s stage in Horsham from Tuesday March 1 to Saturday 5 March in Prescription: Murder. The original TV show was pioneering as the first in the murder mystery genre to show ‘who done it’ at the beginning of the story. In this on-stage performance, produced by Middle Ground Theatre Company and directed by Michael Lumney, some of the UK’s best actors John Guerrasio, Richard Walsh and Brian Capron come together for a crime thriller that the Times called “top notch”. In this story, the Flemming’s marriage is in trouble. On returning from a late night consultation, Doctor Flemming has to soothe his angry wife with the promise of a long overdue vacation. When she is found dead, Columbo is brought in to investigate and the seeds of doubt are planted in his mind. Visit for details and contact The Capitol Box Office on 01403 750220 or visit Showing at 7.30pm nightly and 2.30pm matinee on Saturday Tickets: Tue-Thur £18, concessions £16, Fri & Sat £19.50, concessions £17, Sat matinee £15.50

Star comes to The Capitol James Hood talks to Brian Capron, star of Prescription Murder, The Columbo stage show at The Capitol He’s best known for his role as evil Richard Hillman in Coronation Street, but Brian Capron has had a long and successful performing career in both television and on stage. Next month (from March 1-5) he stars in Lieutenant Columbo Prescription: Murder at The Capitol. He says he is thrilled to be part of a show based on such an iconic TV series and to work with such esteemed actors: “I think this is a superb script and that John Guerrasio is one of the finest people in the business. I also love to play an American character”, Brian said. It was by chance that Brian got his first role on stage as a boy when the lead in the school play left, allowing Brian to step in. He went to stage school next and had a long stint working in theatre in Exeter learning the ropes, followed by TV fame. So which does he prefer, stage or screen? “I am just happy to have had such great projects to work on in my life and don’t really have a preference. There is nothing like being in front of a live audience, but being in a studio is great fun too”. Brian is passionate about the arts and is thrilled there is still such a thriving community of dedicated theatre fans. “It was thought that theatre would die out as blockbusters took over the cinema screens, but it is as special and

important today as ever”, he said. So with all his work, how does he relax? “I like to go to the beach in Hove with my family. I have grownup kids and grandchildren so there’s never a dull moment. In more peaceful times I love audio books, and of course, a drop of wine”. Finally, in the age of the TV talent contest, what advice would he give young budding stage stars? “It is really hard to break into the industry but go to a really good stage school, where you will meet agents. It worked out ok for me. Failing that, try and get in on the production side. Break a leg!” Visit for tickets or call the Box Office on 01403 750220

Fit for a King Review Everything that has been said about the King’s Speech is true. It is a top class film, which had the audience laughing out loud and leaving with a lump in their throat. The film revolves around the true story of George VI, known as Bertie, the father of our present queen, and follows his quest to become a proficient public speaker despite a debilitating stammer. Colin Firth delivers a masterly performance as the shy Duke of York who eventually became king after the abdication of his brother Edward. The fear in his eyes when confronting the large crowds drew us all in and the superb cinematography meant we felt as though we were facing them too. Never has waiting for someone to speak been so nerve wracking. Colin Firth brought a bit of Darcy to his performance as he often hid behind his position, to fend off difficult conversations. His relationship with his Australian speech therapist, Lionel, played by Geoffrey Rush, was perfectly drawn and added the humour. The dialogue was crisp and clever and Helena Bonham Carter played Bertie’s wife so well it has been reported that our present Queen complimented her

performance. The script, with its wit and social observation, was at times reminiscent of Oscar Wilde. The highlights of this film are undoubtedly the speech therapy sessions where Lionel, a failed actor, won’t bow to protocol and gets his royal patient swearing like a trooper! Gradually Lionel leads him on a voyage of self-discovery to uncover the cause of his speech impediment. Royal life is portrayed as one of duty and sacrifice and it is impossible not to feel admiration for Bertie’s persistence. When Lionel states “perhaps he should change his job” at the beginning of the film (unaware of the identity of his new patient) the reply is “He can’t”. And we realise the enormity of his task. Watch out for super cameo roles from Timothy Spall as Winston Churchill and Derek Jacobi as the Archbishop of Canterbury, who has problems putting the crown on the right way. It is rare to see such a polished crafted film and it makes you proud to be British. It is also a lesson in history, so make sure you don’t miss it when it returns to the Capitol again on February 18.

And the nominees are... Julia Martin previews Britain’s answer to The Oscars For the film lovers out there, the key date this week is not February 14th, but 13th, as it’s the evening of the glittering British Academy Film Awards. Sponsored by Orange, it is arguably, one of the most prestigious awards  ceremonies for the film industry and this year there are a plethora of British films up for awards. There are already two certainties; the Harry Potter series will receive the award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema and Christopher Lee (Lord of the Rings and Dracula)  will receive the  Fellowship of the Academy. The rest is a mystery until the night and we await the “and the winner is…” with bated breath. I am going to  declare that The King’s Speech should win the  Best Picture category and Colin Firth, Best Actor. Fingers crossed for Natalie Portman who is up for Best Actress in Black Swan, which is also worthy of awards for editing and cinematography. In my opinion, Actors in a supporting role Baftas should go to Helena Bonham Carter and Geoffrey Rush for The King’s Speech. If you’ve seen it you’ll understand why. And if you haven’t, check out my review. Best of luck to all the nominees. Best Film Black Swan Inception The King’s Speech The Social Network True Grit

Leading Actor Javier Bardem, Biutiful Jeff Bridges, True Grit Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network Colin Firth, The King’s Speech James Franco, 127 Hours

Leading Actress Annette Bening, The Kids are Alright Julianne Moore, The Kids are Alright Natalie Portman, Black Swan Noomi Rapace, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Hailee Steinfield, True Grit

Cinematography Anthony Dod Mantle, Enrique Chediak, 127 Hours Matthew Libatique, Black Swan Wally Pfister, Inception Danny Cohen, The King’s Speech Roger Deakins, True Grit Rising Star Gemma Arterton Andrew Garfield Tom Hardy Aaron Johnson Emma Stone


Friday 11 February 2011

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6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Wanted Down Under 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather 11.00 Save My Holiday 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News 3.05 CBBC 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather 7.00 The One Show 7.30 A Question of Sport; (R) BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders 8.30 QI (R) 9.00 Hustle The team targets a ruthless football agent. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The Graham Norton Show 11.20 The National Lottery Friday Night Draws 11.30 FILM: Right at Your Door (2006) Thriller, starring Mary McCormack and Rory Cochrane; Weatherview 1.05 Sign Zone: At Home with the Georgians (R) 2.05 Horizon: What Is Reality? (R) 3.05 Climbing Great Buildings (R) 3.35 Save My Holiday (R) 4.20 BBC News


6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 Ready Steady Cook 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Due South (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy 2.30 Real Rescues (R) 3.00 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 One Man and His Campervan. 7.00 Julia Bradbury’s German Wanderlust (R) 7.30 An Island Parish 8.00 Mastermind 8.30 Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein 9.00 Can’t Take It with You The difficulties of passing on a family business. 10.00 Fast and Loose 10.30 Newsnight 11.00 The Review Show; Weather 11.50 FILM: A Guide to Recognising Your Saints (2006) Fact-based drama, starring Robert Downey Jr. 1.25 FILM: Alpha Male. (2005) Drama, starring Jennifer Ehle. 3.00 BBC News 4.20 Close


6.00 Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30 Loose Women 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 May the Best House Win 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale 7.30 Coronation Street 8.00 Children’s Hospital 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford Variety show, with Julian Clary, Alfie Boe and Matt Lucas. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 30 Years of An Audience With (R) 11.35 Take Me Out (R) 12.45 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.45 October Road (R) 3.30 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.25 According to Jim (R) 8.55 The Secret Millionaire USA 9.55 Desperate Housewives (R) 10.55 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 FILM: Prince Valiant. (1954) Adventure, with Robert Wagner. 2.05 Cookery School 3.10 Countdown 3.55 Deal or No Deal 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.25 7.30 Father Ray Comes Out 8.00 Relocation: Phil Down Under Properties on Australia’s Gold Coast. 9.00 Embarrassing Bodies Firemen undergo testicular cancer checks. 10.00 The Million Pound Drop Live 11.20 10 O’Clock Live (R) 12.25 Music on 4: Countdown to the NME Awards 2011 12.45 Music on 4: CTRL MX (R) 1.10 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Introduces Clare Maguire 1.20 My Name Is Earl (R) 2.05 FILM: Lemming. (2005) French mystery drama, starring Laurent Lucas. 4.15 Hair: It’s All Good (R) 4.20 MESH (R) 4.30 Brothers & Sisters (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.00 The Vanessa Show 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.40 Five News 12.45 Build a New Life in the Country (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home and Away 2.50 The Family Recipe (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 3.10 FILM: Lying to be Perfect. (2010) Premiere. Romantic comedy, with Poppy Montgomery and Adam Kaufman. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.30 Zoo Days. (R) 6.55 Meals in Moments. (R) 7.00 Five News at 7 7.30 Vets in Action; (R) Five News Update 8.00 Ice Road Truckers; Five News at 9 9.00 The Mentalist (R) 10.00 Law & Order 10.55 NCIS (R) 11.55 Cops in Crisis (R) 12.15 SuperCasino 3.55 Motorsport Mundial 4.20 Royal Navy Caribbean Patrol (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

6.00 Breakfast 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live 11.30 Baking Made Easy (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 12.15 Football Focus 1.00 British Olympic Dreams 1.30 A Question of Sport (R) 2.00 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. England v Italy (Kick-off 2.30pm). 4.25 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 4.35 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. Scotland v Wales (Kick-off 5.00pm). 7.00 All New Total Wipeout Adventure game show, hosted by Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram. 8.00 The National Lottery: Secret Fortune New series. Quiz show, presented by Nick Knowles. 8.50 Casualty Jordan operates on a Middle Eastern princess. 9.40 Come Fly with Me Omar Baba deals with a staff mutiny. Last in the series. (R) 10.10 BBC News; Weather 10.30 Match of the Day; National Lottery Update 11.55 The Football League Show; Weatherview 1.20 BBC News 6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 12.00 Escape to the Country (R) 1.00 FILM: Fort Apache. (1948) Western, starring Henry Fonda and John Wayne. 3.00 Into the West (R) 4.30 Final Score. 5.15 FILM: Easy Virtue. (2008) Romantic period comedy, starring Jessica Biel and Ben Barnes. 6.45 Flog It! From Weston-Super-Mare. (R) 7.30 Dad’s Army The platoon has to share the church hall with the ARP wardens. (R) 8.00 Blackadder Rides Again A celebration of the classic comedy. (R) 9.00 Faulks on Fiction Examining literary lovers. 10.00 The Tudors 10.50 Nurse Jackie 11.20 Fast and Loose (R) 11.50 FILM: La Vie en Rose (2007) Premiere. French biopic of Edith Piaf, starring Marion Cotillard. 2.00 FILM: Repulsion. (1965) Psychological thriller, starring Catherine Deneuve. 3.45 Close


6.00 CITV: Mini CITV 7.25 CITV 9.25 Coronation Street 11.45 This Morning: Saturday 12.50 Monk 1.50 ITV News; Weather 1.55 FILM: Looney Tunes: Back in Action. (2003) Live action and animated comedy, starring Brendan Fraser. 3.35 FILM: Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back. (1980) Sci-fi adventure sequel, with Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford. 5.55 Regional News; Weather 6.05 ITV News; Weather 6.20 New You’ve Been Framed! Featuring a canine goalkeeper. 6.50 Harry Hill’s TV Burp. Comic review of the week’s small-screen highlights. 7.20 Ant & Dec’s Push the Button New series. Two families compete for a large cash prize. 8.35 Take Me Out A care worker, a student, a publisher and a sales director take part. 9.50 Benidorm The Oracle’s tall tales land him in trouble with the police. (R) 10.45 ITV News; Weather 11.00 FILM: Shaun of the Dead (2004) Comedy horror, starring Simon Pegg. 12.50 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.55 The Starter Wife 3.45 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freesports on 4 7.55 The Morning Line 8.50 T4: Friends (R) 9.15 T4: Olly Murs: Stars and Strikes 10.15 T4: Glee 11.15 T4: Friends (R) 11.50 T4: Just Go with It: T4 Movie Special 12.20 T4: Friends (R) 12.55 T4: The Big Bang Theory (R) 1.20 T4: The Big Bang Theory (R) 1.50 Channel 4 Racing. Live coverage from Newbury and Warwick. 3.55 The Secret Supper Club 4.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 5.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 5.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.25 The Political Slot. With UKIP leader Nigel Farage. 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 The issue of smacking children. 7.00 FILM: The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) Comic-book fantasy adventure, with Sean Connery. 9.00 The Million Pound Drop Live Quiz show, presented by Davina McCall. 10.20 FILM: AVP: Alien vs Predator (2004) Sci-fi thriller, starring Sanaa Lathan. 12.10 The Furred Man 12.20 FILM: The Rocky Horror Picture Show. (1975) Cult musical, starring Tim Curry. 2.15 My Friend Michael Sniff (R) 2.20 A Guide to Taking a Photo (R) 2.25 This Is J03 (R) 2.30 Dirty Sexy Money (R) 4.00 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R) 4.30 Beauty and the Geek (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Meals in Moments (R) 10.10 Extraordinary Dogs (R) 10.40 How Do They Do It? (R) 11.10 Laureus World Sports Awards 2011 12.10 Ice Road Truckers (R) 1.10 Building the Super Bridge: Megastructures (R) 2.10 FILM: Rear Window. (1954) Hitchcock thriller, starring James Stewart. 4.20 FILM: North By Northwest. (1959) Hitchcock thriller, starring Cary Grant. 6.55 Five News 7.00 NCIS A terrorist threatens to unleash a chemical attack. (R) 7.45 NCIS An arms dealer steals secret launch codes. (R) 8.40 CSI: Miami A solar eclipse provides the perfect cover for a killer to strike. (R) 9.40 CSI: NY The parents of a missing student discover a decomposing body. 10.40 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation The dismembered body of a college student is found, and the CSIs realise a killer they failed to capture has resurfaced. (R) 11.40 Forensic Files (R) 12.10 SuperCasino 4.00 Emergency Bikers (R) 4.50 Meals in Moments (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)

6.00 Breakfast 7.35 Match of the Day (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show 10.00 The Big Questions 11.00 Country Tracks 12.00 The Politics Show 1.00 EastEnders 2.30 Live Six Nations Rugby Union. Ireland v France (Kick-off 3.00pm). 5.00 Songs of Praise. 5.35 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 6.00 Antiques Roadshow. From Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire. 7.00 Countryfile Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison visit Northern Ireland. 8.00 Lark Rise to Candleford Caroline (Dawn French) returns to Lark Rise. Last in the series. 9.00 British Academy Film Awards Jonathan Ross presents the ceremony from London’s Royal Opera House. 11.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather 11.25 FILM: Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003) Period drama, starring Scarlett Johansson; Weatherview 1.05 Sign Zone: Holby City (R) 2.05 Making Scotland’s Landscape (R) 3.05 Climbing Great Buildings (R) 3.35 Rip Off Britain (R) 4.05 BBC News 6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 10.00 Something for the Weekend 11.30 Film 2011 with Claudia Winkleman (R) 12.00 Monk 12.45 FILM: The Wrong Man. (1956) Alfred Hitchcock’s fact-based drama, with Henry Fonda. 2.30 EastEnders 3.00 Priceless Antiques Roadshow (R) 3.10 Flog It! (R) 3.40 Escape to the Country 4.25 Madagascar. (R) 5.25 Ski Sunday. 6.10 FILM: Shanghai Knights. (2003) Martial arts comedy sequel, starring Jackie Chan. 8.00 Top Gear The presenters shop for secondhand convertibles. 9.00 Toughest Place to Be a Paramedic New series. British workers experience life in some of the world’s most demanding locations. 10.00 Match of the Day 2 10.50 FILM: The Cry of the Owl (2009) Premiere. Thriller, starring Paddy Considine. 12.25 FILM: Expired. (2007) Premiere. Romantic drama, with Samantha Morton and Jason Patric. 2.05 BBC News 4.05 Close


6.00 CITV: Mini CITV 7.25 CITV 9.25 May the Best House Win (R) 10.25 The Biggest Loser (R) 11.30 This Morning: Sunday 12.30 Dinner Date (R) 1.25 ITV News; Weather 1.30 FILM: Columbo: Candidate for Crime. (1973) Detective drama, starring Peter Falk. 3.30 Midsomer Murders (R) 5.35 Regional News; Weather 5.50 ITV News; Weather 6.05 Harry Hill’s TV Burp. Comic review of the week’s small-screen highlights. (R) 6.35 Dancing on Ice. The nine remaining celebrities skate to hits from popular musicals. 8.30 Wild at Heart Danny discovers Alice could be to blame for a tiger’s death. 9.30 Dancing on Ice: The Skate Off The two lowest-scoring couples compete. 10.00 That Sunday Night Show 10.30 ITV News; Weather 10.45 Freddie Flintoff Versus the World The former cricketer takes on athlete Iwan Thomas in Arizona. 11.45 Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford (R) 12.40 Premiership Rugby Union 1.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.00 FILM: The Birds. (1963) Hitchcock thriller, starring Tippi Hedren. 4.05 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 FIS World Snowboarding Championships 7.25 That Paralympic Show (R) 7.50 T4: Battlefront 8.10 T4: Friends (R) 8.40 T4: Friends (R) 9.10 T4: Hollyoaks 11.50 T4: Glee (R) 12.50 T4: The Simpsons (R) 1.25 T4: The Simpsons (R) 1.55 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals (R) 2.25 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals (R) 2.55 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals (R) 3.25 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals (R) 3.55 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals (R) 4.25 Deal or No Deal. 5.30 Time Team. 6.30 Channel 4 News 6.55 A former police officer discusses using corporal punishment on children. 7.00 Come Dine with Me The dinner party challenge heads to South Buckinghamshire. 8.00 The People’s Supermarket Arthur Potts Dawson promotes his scheme on a council estate. 9.00 The Promise Erin discovers a shocking entry in Len’s diary. 10.50 Alan Carr: Chatty Man With Juliette Lewis, Miranda Hart, Dermot O’Leary and the Streets. (R) 11.55 FILM: LA Confidential (1997) Thriller, with Russell Crowe. 2.25 Momma’s Boy (R) 2.45 The Family (R) 3.40 Wedding House (R) 4.35 Brothers & Sisters (R) 5.25 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 The Family Recipe (R) 10.05 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 10.25 Stansted: The Inside Story (R) 11.25 Emergency Bikers (R) 12.25 Cowboy Builders (R) 1.25 FILM: Forty Guns to Apache Pass. (1967) Western, starring Audie Murphy. 3.15 FILM: What a Girl Wants. (2003) Comedy remake, starring Amanda Bynes. 5.15 FILM: Pocahontas. (1995) Disney animated drama, with the voice of Irene Bedard. 6.55 Five News 7.00 FILM: North Sea Hijack (1979) Thriller, starring Roger Moore. 9.00 FILM: Revolver (2005) Crime drama, starring Jason Statham. 11.15 FILM: An American Haunting (2005) Factbased period horror, starring Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Rachel Hurd-Wood and James D’Arcy. 1.00 SuperCasino 4.00 Cowboy Builders (R) 4.50 Meals in Moments (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)


Friday 11 February 2011

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6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Wanted Down Under (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather 11.00 Save My Holiday 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News 3.05 CBBC 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather 7.00 The One Show 7.30 Inside Out; BBC News; Regional News 8.00 EastEnders 8.30 Classroom Wars – Panorama 9.00 Outcasts A whiteout threatens to destroy Forthaven. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 A Question of Sport 11.05 Late Kick Off 11.35 The Graham Norton Show (R) 12.20 The Apprentice USA; Weatherview. 1.55 Sign Zone: Ancient Worlds (R) 2.55 Climbing Great Buildings (R) 3.25 Rip Off Britain (R) 3.55 Save My Holiday (R) 4.40 BBC News 6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 Ready Steady Cook 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 From Thames to Tigris 1.30 Due South (R) 2.15 To Buy or Not to Buy 3.00 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 One Man and His Campervan. 7.00 Geert Wilders: Europe’s Most Dangerous Man? Following Dutch politician Geert Wilders on the campaign trail. 8.00 University Challenge 8.30 Baking Made Easy 9.00 Horizon: How to Mend a Broken Heart How scientists are trying to repair hearts that stop working. 10.00 Episodes 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Mad Men 12.05 An Island Parish (R) 12.35 BBC News 3.15 The Super League Show 4.00 BBC Learning Zone


6.00 Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30 Loose Women 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 May the Best House Win 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale 7.30 Coronation Street 8.00 The Lakes 8.30 Coronation Street 9.00 The Biggest Loser The contestants face a challenge at an RAF base. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Total Emergency (R) 11.35 That Sunday Night Show (R) 12.05 Grimefighters (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 UEFA Champions League Weekly 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show (R) 3.55 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.05 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.25 According to Jim (R) 8.55 Undercover Boss USA (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives (R) 10.55 Relocation: Phil Down Under (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 The TV Book Club 12.30 FILM: Laura. (1944) Murder mystery, with Dana Andrews and Gene Tierney. 2.10 Cookery School 3.10 Countdown 3.55 Deal or No Deal: Love Week 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 8.00 Dispatches: Lessons in Hate and Violence Allegations of assault made against teachers in Muslim schools. 9.00 One Born Every Minute A father-to-be supports his wife through her carefully planned hypno-birth. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man 11.10 The Joy of Teen Sex (R) 12.10 Music on 4: Taio Cruz: Life of a Rockstar 12.45 Premier League Poker 1.40 Mosley (R) 2.40 Dispatches: Lessons in Hate and Violence (R) 3.40 The Last Dragon (R) 5.30 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.00 The Vanessa Show 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.40 Five News 12.45 Build a New Life in the Country (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home and Away 2.50 The Family Recipe (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 3.10 FILM: Derby. (2007) Family drama, starring John Schneider. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. 7.00 Five News at 7 7.30 How Do They Do It?; Five News Update 8.00 The Gadget Show New series. Special edition filmed at Manchester’s Museum of Science & Industry; Five News at 9 9.00 Royal Navy Caribbean Patrol The HMS Manchester visits the island of Curacao for emergency repairs. 10.00 Steven Seagal v Justin Lee Collins The martial arts star discusses his life and career. 11.00 FILM: Half Past Dead (2002) Action adventure, starring Steven Seagal. 12.50 SuperCasino 4.05 The FBI Files (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Wanted Down Under (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather 11.00 Save My Holiday 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News 3.05 CBBC 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather 7.00 The One Show Topical stories, with Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7.30 EastEnders Heather’s money problems lead to disaster; BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Holby City Jac competes with a talented new surgeon. 9.00 Outcasts A rogue AC enters Forthaven and attacks a citizen. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 The Richard Dimbleby Lecture 2011 11.20 Nuns Aloud; Weatherview 12.15 Sign Zone: See Hear (R) 12.45 Human Planet (R) 1.45 The Bear Family and Me (R) 2.45 Save My Holiday (R) 3.35 BBC News 6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 Ready Steady Cook 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Due South (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy 2.30 Living Dangerously (R) 3.00 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. 6.00 Eggheads. Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine. 6.30 One Man and His Campervan. Martin Dorey visits the Trossachs National Park. 7.00 Natural World The life of a tiger cub beyond the confines of India’s wildlife reserves. 8.00 A Farmer’s Life for Me The remaining couples are introduced to sheep farming. 9.00 The Chinese Are Coming Part two of two. The wider impact of China’s emergence as an economic power. 10.00 How TV Ruined Your Life 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Mad Men 12.10 BBC News 3.35 Close 4.00 BBC Learning Zone (R)


6.00 Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30 Loose Women 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 May the Best House Win 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale 7.30 Grimefighters 8.00 The Brit Awards 2011 Star-studded music ceremony, hosted by James Corden. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 FILM: The Nutty Professor (1996) Comedy remake, starring Eddie Murphy. 12.20 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.25 Crossing Jordan 3.15 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.30 According to Jim (R) 9.00 Undercover Boss USA (R) 10.00 Desperate Housewives (R) 10.55 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 FILM: Roman Holiday. (1953) Romantic comedy, with Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck. 2.10 Cookery School 3.10 Countdown 3.55 Deal or No Deal: Love Week 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 8.00 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow Three Nottingham racecourse workers receive makeovers. 9.00 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings Prejudice encountered by Britain’s gypsy community. Last in the series. 10.00 Shameless 11.10 The Big C 11.45 The Big Bang Theory (R) 12.15 UK & Ireland Poker Tour 1.15 Bull Run (R) 1.40 Freesports on 4 (R) 2.35 FIS World Snowboarding Championships (R) 3.00 KOTV 3.25 Basketball (R) 4.20 Powerboating 4.50 Survival of the Fittest (R) 5.15 Bear Grylls: Born Survivor (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.00 The Vanessa Show 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.40 Five News 12.45 Build a New Life in the Country (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home and Away 2.50 The Family Recipe (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 3.05 FILM: Love Will Keep Us Together. (2010) Premiere. Drama, starring David James Elliott. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. Daily magazine show, hosted by Denise Van Outen and Matt Johnson. 7.00 Five News at 7 7.30 Extraordinary Dogs; Five News Update 8.00 Stansted: The Inside Story An airport police officer finds a gun in a suitcase; Five News at 9 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation A man with a missing daughter is murdered. 10.00 CSI: Miami A man goes missing on his wedding day. (R) 10.55 CSI: NY (R) 11.55 Law & Order (R) 12.50 SuperCasino 4.05 The FBI Files (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.30 Daily Politics 1.00 See Hear 1.30 Hairy Bikers Short (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy 2.30 Living Dangerously (R) 3.00 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. 6.00 Eggheads. Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine. 6.30 One Man and His Campervan. Martin Dorey travels around the Lake District. 7.00 Top Gear The presenters shop for secondhand convertibles. (R) 8.00 Madagascar The wildlife of the island’s east coast. 9.00 A History of Ancient Britain The impact of farming on social evolution. 10.00 Have I Got Old News for You (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Mad Men 12.10 The Chinese Are Coming (R) 1.10 BBC News 4.00 BBC Learning Zone


6.00 Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30 Loose Women 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 May the Best House Win 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Katie realises Henshall was responsible for the fire. 7.30 UEFA Champions League Live Arsenal v Barcelona (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 UEFA Champions League: Extra Time 11.35 Police, Camera, Action! (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 FILM: The River. (1984) Drama, starring Sissy Spacek and Mel Gibson. 4.30 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.10 Sali Mali (R) 6.15 The Hoobs (R) 6.40 The Hoobs (R) 7.10 Freshly Squeezed 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 8.00 Frasier (R) 8.30 According to Jim (R) 9.00 Undercover Boss USA (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives (R) 10.55 Country House Rescue (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 FILM: Sabrina. (1954) Romantic comedy, with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. 2.10 Cookery School 3.10 Countdown 3.55 Deal or No Deal: Love Week 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. Bart goes to fat camp. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 8.00 Beauty and the Beast: Ugly Face of Prejudice Elicia Davies and Andy Tedder challenge their preconceptions about beauty. 9.00 The Elephant: Life after Death The creatures that feed on an elephant carcass. 10.35 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings (R) 11.40 Shameless (R) 12.45 Music on 4: Sounds from the Cities 1.10 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight 1.25 Animal Madhouse (R) 2.20 Food: What Goes in Your Basket? (R) 3.15 Hill Street Blues (R) 4.05 Brothers & Sisters (R) 4.50 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.00 The Vanessa Show 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.40 Five News 12.45 Build a New Life in the Country (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home and Away 2.50 The Family Recipe (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 3.10 FILM: Jane Doe: Ties That Bind. (2007) Thriller, starring Lea Thompson. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. Daily magazine show, hosted by Denise Van Outen and Matt Johnson. 7.00 Five News at 7 7.30 Starlight: For the Children; Five News Update 8.00 Cowboy Builders A family from south London receives help; Five News at 9 9.00 NCIS An assassin threatens Vance’s family. 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (R) 10.55 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (R) 11.55 Poker 12.55 SuperCasino 4.05 The FBI Files (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)


6.00 Breakfast 9.15 Wanted Down Under (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather 11.00 Save My Holiday 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather 1.30 Regional News; Weather 1.45 Doctors 2.15 Escape to the Country 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News 3.05 CBBC 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather 7.00 The One Show Topical stories, with Alex Jones and Matt Baker. 7.30 EastEnders Darren finds Heather unconscious in her flat; BBC News; Regional News 8.00 Human Planet Survival techniques used by people living in grasslands. 9.00 MasterChef Amateur cooks compete for the remaining nine places. 10.00 BBC News 10.25 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Question Time Topical debate from Barking, London. 11.35 This Week The past seven days in politics; Skiing Weatherview 12.25 Sign Zone: Classroom Wars – Panorama (R) 12.55 Countryfile (R) 1.55 Antiques Roadshow (R) 2.55 Rip Off Britain (R) 3.25 Save My Holiday (R) 4.10 BBC News


6.00 CBeebies 7.00 CBBC 8.30 CBeebies 11.35 Ready Steady Cook 12.00 Daily Politics 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah 1.00 Due South (R) 1.45 To Buy or Not to Buy 2.30 Living Dangerously (R) 3.00 Cash in the Celebrity Attic (R) 3.40 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. 6.00 Eggheads. Quiz show, hosted by Jeremy Vine. 6.30 One Man and His Campervan. Martin Dorey visits a campervan festival in Wales. 7.00 The Culture Show Andrew Graham-Dixon examines Tate Britain’s new exhibition, Watercolour. 8.00 The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best Recipes that evoke the taste of home. 9.00 The Spice Trail New series. Kate Humble retraces the steps of 15th-century explorers. 10.00 Victorian Pharmacy 10.30 Newsnight; Weather 11.20 Mad Men 12.10 The Culture Show (R) 1.10 BBC News 4.00 BBC Learning Zone


6.00 Daybreak 8.30 Lorraine 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show 10.30 This Morning 12.30 Loose Women 1.30 ITV News; Weather 1.55 Regional News; Weather 2.00 May the Best House Win 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal (R) 3.59 Regional Weather 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather 6.30 ITV News; Weather 7.00 Emmerdale Katie’s fear grows when Henshall takes out a gun. 7.30 Endgame Afghanistan: Tonight Preparations for the planned withdrawal of UK forces from Afghanistan. 8.00 Emmerdale Andy makes an impassioned plea for Katie’s life. 8.30 Coronation Street Leanne decides to leave the Street. 9.00 Marchlands In 1987, Eddie unearths intriguing information about Alice. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather 10.30 Regional News; Weather 10.35 Odd One In (R) 11.20 Send in the Dogs PC Adele Gibson and her dog Diesel take part in a dawn drugs raid. (R) 12.15 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.20 Spartacus (R) 3.45 ITV Nightscreen 5.30 ITV Morning News

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People (R) 6.10 The Hoobs (R) 6.35 The Hoobs (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed 7.25 Everybody Loves Raymond (R) 7.55 Frasier (R) 8.25 According to Jim (R) 8.55 Undercover Boss USA (R) 9.55 The Good Wife (R) 10.55 Help! My House Is Falling Down (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary 12.05 River Cottage Bites 12.10 FILM: Funny Face. (1956) Musical romance, with Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn. 2.10 Cookery School 3.10 Countdown 3.55 Deal or No Deal: Love Week 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Coach Trip. 6.00 The Simpsons. Lisa enters a singing competition. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. Tom’s day in court arrives. 7.00 Channel 4 News 7.55 Plus-size model Nina Blakemore discusses the fashion industry. 8.00 Relocation, Relocation Phil Spencer revisits a couple in Wales. 9.00 Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day Tim begins plastering over 3,000 square metres of wall. 10.00 10 O’Clock Live With David Mitchell, Jimmy Carr, Charlie Brooker and Lauren Laverne. 11.05 Russell Brand: Doing Life From London’s Hackney Empire. (R) 12.10 Music on 4: CTRL MX 12.40 Music on 4: 4Play: Miles Kane 12.55 FILM: The Page Turner. (2006) French thriller, starring Catherine Frot. 2.25 FILM: Knights of the South Bronx. (2005) Fact-based drama, starring Ted Danson. 4.00 Brothers & Sisters (R) 4.50 Wogan’s Perfect Recall (R) 5.15 Countdown (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff 11.00 The Vanessa Show 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (R) 12.40 Five News 12.45 Build a New Life in the Country (R) 1.45 Neighbours 2.15 Home and Away 2.50 The Family Recipe (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 3.10 FILM: Mystery Woman: Wild West Mystery. (2006) Detective drama, starring Kellie Martin. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. Bianca is concerned when April begins to skip school. (R) 6.25 OK! TV. Daily magazine show, hosted by Denise Van Outen and Matt Johnson. 7.00 Five News at 7 7.30 Live UEFA Europa League Football Sparta Prague v Liverpool (Kick-off 8.05pm). 10.10 FILM: Today You Die (2005) Action thriller, starring Steven Seagal, Anthony ‘Treach’ Criss, Mari Morrow and Sarah Buxton. 12.00 SuperCasino 4.05 FBI Files (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) 5.35 House Doctor (R)

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Health & Lifestyle

Shoes, glorious shoes! Julia Martin Health & Lifestyle

I did not realise how much I have missed shoes this winter. No, I have not been walking barefoot but I have been espousing the the tradition of long black boots to keep my legs warm and ward off the last vestiges of the cold weather. The other evening, I rediscovered the delicious feeling of walking tall in a fabulous pair of high heels again.

Not only did I feel slimmer and taller but I also had the sensation of my calf muscles being stretched, and I did read somewhere recently that high heels can keep the derriere lifted which is always a bonus. Imagine my despair when I was advised by the fashionistas that flat heels are in vogue this season and high heels are passe. This is due, apparently, to the popularity of a new show on Sky television called ‘Boardwalk Empire’ which is set in the 1920s, and that style is making a comeback! This is a disaster for any woman who sports any form of curves as the dresses hang from the fullest point downwards and make you resemble a paper bag of apples, unless you are stick thin with no bust or hips. I will certainly be giving this trend a miss. I will continue to treasure my moments with my forbidden highheeled shoes too. I do think that shoes can be underrated - there is nothing more revealing of a personality than a choice of shoes. I have a very dear friend who will not give a man a second look unless they are sporting a pair of leather brogues

from a particular up market establishment in London. I vividly remember a very heated argument between her and a fellow male colleague who had the misfortune to turn up in a pair of synthetic soled shoes - it was an affront to her that a man could creep up and not be heard. Needless to say, the next day, the male colleague changed his shoes. When I find a pair of shoes I love, I often buy another pair in the same colour, but this can cause problems on dark mornings! I remember when I was teaching, turning up with one black and one brown shoe on, to be greeted by the withering stares of a class of adolescents, before hastily telling them that the lesson today was on prejudice and this was a test to see how much they prejudge people by appearance. It worked a treat. Phew! As you prepare for your Valentine date, give some thought to your shoes and do not be like one young man I know who looks well groomed in all aspects - hair perfect, waxed and sharply styled, clean shaven, collar just raised enough to look cool, designer clothes suitably ironed and then you look at his feet and he is sporting a pair of rather grubby plimsolls. Maybe he is really still a school boy at heart? This week’s highlight will be Valentine’s Day, unless you are single, when you suddenly feel like you have sprouted an extra head as

everywhere is geared up to couples. Take heart though and go and buy a gorgeous pair of shoes and you will not have to worry about being too tall for your partner - step out in style! See you in the shoe shop! For you single chaps, I recommend purchasing a quality pair of leathersoled shoes to set you apart from the rest. We are announcing the winners of our Valentine’s competition this week and the lucky winners will enjoy a gastronomic delight with a meal at the Greets Inn as well as a stylish hair cut at Studio 2 and then a portrait sitting with Andrea Sarlo! We certainly look after you here at The Resident! We will be running further competitions in the coming weeks so look out for them. We will be featuring the lucky winners next week. If you want an excuse to get out your dancing shoes then you can do no better than head over to Salsa Evolution and if you want a party dress, then visit La Vida for a beautiful selection - and they sell shoes too! Finally, they say that to know someone properly, you need to walk a mile in their shoes - well I sure do not want them to be plimsolls but I am also glad that I am lucky enough to have shoes. I will never forget the little boys I met in South Africa who had the toughest soles from walking and running over the roughest terrain with no shoes. So celebrate those shoes and enjoy!

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Friday 11 February 2011

Health & Lifestyle

Red roses in the South West Our resident Feng Shui expert gives us her advice for Valentine’s Day Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art which explores the use of the five elements; fire, earth, water, wood and metal in a space.

Love this year can be found in the South West and North West of your home. You can increase your chances of love by using a pair of red candles


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and pictures of couples in this area and this will encourage romance and harmony. Monday 14th February is a Water Rat day. Rats are thought to be communicators, so words should flow easily that day (maybe even a proposal but hopefully not from a love rat!) So on the 14th February set the scene by playing music on the west wall at home and work to encourage fun and creativity. If you are having a night in, place red candles and roses in this area and if possible wine and dine here even if it is just for this night! Alternatively if you are going out to dine then ask the waiter for a table in the South West but take a compass in case he has no idea where it is in the restaurant! As it is the year of the Metal Rabbit, take care as a baby boom is predicted!

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Award-winning Beauty Secrets scooped the highly regarded skincare award, for the 12th year running, at an exclusive awards ceremony held at the Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square, London, on Sunday 30th January 2011. Beauty Secrets have 3 of only 51 salons in the UK to be awarded this honourable status that celebrates treatment expertise, product knowledge, customer satisfaction and professionalism. In addition to this, Beauty Secrets Horsham received an additional award as runner-up in the ‘Guinot Grand Prix 2010’. Both categories and awards are highly regarded within the beauty industry and recognise outstanding service and an incredible overall salon experience. Beryl Martin, owner of Beauty Secrets says: “I am thrilled at having won such a prestigious award, particularly at this difficult economic time for businesses. I feel that it recognises the loyalty of our clients in Horsham and the high professionalism of our salon team. We will continue to work hard to maintain our high standards of customer care in 2011”. Established over 25 years ago, multi-award winning salon and spa group Beauty Secrets offers the very best in beauty, holistic, medical and cosmetic innovations with the heart of the business based on exceptional service and client care. Beauty Secrets’ luxurious and innovative treatments take skin to another level. From skin-defying facials, rejuvenating body treatments and indulgent beauty treats, to specialist medical and cosmetic treatments.


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Competition winners! The lucky winners of our Valentine’s competition... Congratulations to Jo Luke, who has won the first prize of a romantic meal for two at the Greets Inn, a portrait sitting with Andrea Sarlo and a hair cut and blow dry at Studio 2. Second prize has been won by M. Reynell, who wins a luxurious lava shell massage treatment at Mi Spa and a couple’s salsa lesson from Salsa

Evolution. Teresa Clarke was the lucky winner of the 3rd prize, a makeover from The Make Up Box. Thanks to everyone who entered, if you weren’t one of the lucky winners there will be more chances to win other fabulous prizes in the near future.

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Walk this way Horsham District Council’s programme of guided walks enables to you to take part in regular walks in a relaxed, friendly environment and, at the same time, explore the lovely towns, villages and countryside throughout Horsham district. All walks publicised are led by trained volunteers - all you have to do is turn up and enjoy yourself - no need to book. Three different levels of difficulty are available to suit all. If it is your first time, please arrive 15 minutes before the start time for registration.

Walks are held every Monday from 10.30 am at North Heath, Horsham. Phone 01403 268885 for details. Also every Tuesday from midday at Denne Hill, Horsham (01403 215269), every Wednesday from 10.30am at Horsham Park (01403 255517, 01403 255710 or 01403 256630) and every Friday from 10.30am at St Mary’s Church, Causeway, Horsham (01403 260783). Call 01403 256248 or 01403 258180 for details of a five-mile walk from the Star Inn, Rusper, on Tuesday, February 22 (10am).

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Learn to run! Have you ever wanted to start running but not known how? Do you feel like you’re too old or unfit to be a runner? Or maybe you walked the Race for Life this year and you’re wondering whether next year you could do it at a jog. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to run then this is your chance. On 1st March 2011, Horsham Joggers is starting a 10-week “Learn to Run” course. The aim is to take absolute beginners from nothing to running 5 km (about 3 miles) – and to have some fun along the way. The instructors, Catherine and Trish, both qualified Leaders in Running Fitness, will start off slowly, making sure no-one is left behind. “Anyone can join in,” says Catherine. “No matter what age or fitness level you’re at, with our help you can start running and you’ll have a great time doing it!” And it’s not just running. A 20-minute talk each Tuesday evening on everything from shoes to stretching will give you all the information you need to enjoy the exercise and

stay injury-free. “Running is just such a great base for any sport,” says Trish. “And it’s sociable! People won’t believe it at the beginning, but by the end they’ll be happily running and chatting – yes, at the same time – to whoever is with them.” The main meeting will be at Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre each Tuesday at 7pm for a talk followed by a run (expect to be at the centre for an hour in total). Practice runs (no talk) will go from the same location on Thursdays at 7pm and Sundays at 9am. If you can’t make those times, practice runs can be done on your own or with friends you’ll meet at the group. The price for the 10 weeks is £50, which includes a year’s membership of Horsham Joggers and a free technical T-shirt to set you on your way. (And if you don’t know what a technical t-shirt is, come along and find out!) For more information and to book, call 07552 755490 or email cath@

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Something a little special This impressive, picturesque family home is situated in the centre of the highly sought after hamlet of Dial Post. The property was constructed with the inclusion of reclaimed materials from the original building which was a Tudor period home that had various uses throughout the ages; including a guest house and restaurant. The accommodation has been sympathetically restored to combine the character features and charm with a contemporary style and practical designs. In our opinion this is something a little special! The house is set behind a hedgerow boundary providing seclusion from the road, with a central pedestrian gate leading to the front door between two raised lawns. A five bar gate leads to the shingle driveway which accommodates car parking for numerous vehicles. The stunning front elevation combines Tudor style beams with white render. There is a mature Wisteria which flowers spectacularly in May. The panelled front door leads to an open plan reception hall with original style exposed wooden floor and exposed ceiling beams with a modern style track of spot lights. From the hall there is a door to the

right hand side providing access to the drawing room which has a front aspect bay window with window seat inset, exposed wooden floor, fitted book shelves and a recessed chimney breast with contemporary fireplace. From the hall there are open plan reception rooms with a front aspect bay window with window seat inset and rear aspect sliding doors to the garden. The rooms are connected by a large opening and there are exposed varnished wooden floor boards, contemporary colour schemes including painted ceiling beams. There are double doors leading to the expansive double bay conservatory which is versatile and extremely spacious measuring approximately 26’7 x 18’8. The immaculate modern fitted kitchen/ dining room is a particular feature of the property. There are dual aspect rear and side windows, a wooden breakfast bar/ table with base level unit below. There is a range of matching base and eye level units and cupboards with Granite work surfaces complete with inset sink and drainer. There is space for a cooking range and a door leads to the utility room and cloakroom W.C. The first floor accommodation offers four double bedrooms accessed from a spacious landing, with a fitted

bathroom with independent shower and panel enclosed bath. The top floor offers three further double bedrooms and a shower room. These rooms are very interesting shapes and there is an abundance of eaves storage space. The upper floors continue with the character theme offering quirky and pleasant accommodation. The Staging House stands in the heart of the village, overlooking a beautiful Georgian House and

Selling agent Connells is urging those interested in purchasing a property at Berkeley Southern’s (Ltd) prestigious development, The Paddocks in Horsham, to attend the launch of the last remaining showhome on Saturday 19th February. Amberley House, a wonderful fivebedroom detached property, is just one of two remaining houses for sale at The Paddocks. At the launch, potential purchasers will have the opportunity to view this stunning new show home, which has been immaculately designed with superb specification and fully furnished, as well as reserve one of the remaining houses on the day. “This stunning collection of new

homes has proven very popular. With just two properties remaining we are urging anyone interested in purchasing one of the houses to attend the launch of the new show home and avoid the disappointment of missing out on buying a new home at this wonderful development,” says Ben Annetts, Head of Sales and Marketing at Berkeley Southern (Ltd). The Paddocks is a secluded development of just 13 semi-detached and detached houses, set at the end of a private cul-de-sac. As part of Berkeley’s Village Collection, the development offers the best of village life and the local community with the convenience of modern living. It is situated in a location where everyday modern needs are met by a range of

local amenities and facilities. “The Paddocks is a magnificent collection of houses with easy access to local amenities and the open Sussex countryside. We look forward to welcoming potential purchasers at the event, which I’m sure will attract a high level of interest,” says Sarah Turpin. For further information about The Paddocks, where the remaining properties are priced from £725,000, or to book your place at the launch, contact Connells Horsham office on 01403 256331 or visit the branch at 31 Carfax, Horsham. Alternatively, you can contact the marketing suite, which is open from Thursday to Monday between 10am and 5pm, on 01403 251862.

adjacent to the village green. The village hall and the popular local public house are close by. Across the green lies the boundary of the Knepp Castle Estate, with extensive country walks and bountiful wildlife. The Kitchen opens onto the rear garden via a utility area and cloakroom. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees. At one corner there is a large patio, positioned to catch the last rays of

sunshine from the west. One major asset of this property is the detached 258sq ft home office which has power, light and data points.

For further information please contact King & Chasemore Countrywide, Horsham on 01403 264441, or email

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Property - Ask the Experts

If you would like to ask our panel of industry experts a question, please send an email to:

The Estate Agent

The Mortgage Adviser

The Surveyor


Ross Attwood BA (hons) Partner Harper James


Do I really need a ‘For Sale’ board when I put my property on the market?

No you don’t need a For Sale sign. In fact, if all you want to do is sell your property, you don’t actually need an estate agent at all! You could simply take a picture of your house and place it in the local newsagent’s window. However, before you dash outside and start setting up your tripod, a word of caution. Whilst you may well sell your property, you will definitely not achieve the highest price and will undoubtedly sell for many thousands of pounds less than your house is actually worth. This is because you will not reach the vast majority of buyers that need to know you are selling. Without this exposure, your demand will be limited to those people that happen to visit the local newsagent, happen to glance in the window, and happen to be looking for a house like yours – so severely limiting your options! Good estate agents are experts at knowing where your target market is and hence will use their many resources to reach that market on your behalf, whether via property websites, local property papers, office window displays, glossy magazines and lastly, the ubiquitous For Sale board. So whilst they may not be the most aesthetically-pleasing things to have stuck outside your home, boards can help stack things as much as possible in your favour; after all, it only takes the right person to pass the end of your garden gate and spot the board, for it to have been worth having. This exact scenario has happened too many times over the last 20 or so years for me to be able to ignore it on my client’s behalf! Also, if you ever spent a day in my office you would notice just how many incoming calls come from For Sale boards and would be convinced of their merit. If a property is on a busy road, is not terribly attractive from the outside or is next door to a petrol station for instance, then a board is essential because if someone calls from it, they obviously already know about the busy road, external appearance or petrol station and so have already accepted what could have been the only potential disadvantage to the house. So my advice is to insist on your agent erecting a board as it will only help, but also do not forget that it is only one of many methods estate agents have of generating interest in your house and if there are personal reasons why you do not want one, don’t be bullied into having one! If you are contemplating putting your house on the market or would like to ask a question, I would be delighted to hear from you. Please call me on 01403 732727 or email

Harper James Land & Property The Old Post Office, Worthing Road. Southwater West Sussex RH13 1RD 01403 732727

Simon Rollison Broker Consultant Mercier Allen


How can I improve my chances of having a good income when I retire?

Planning for your retirement can be complex and requires guidance from your Independent Financial Adviser. There are however 10 basic steps to improving your pension income.

1. Start saving for your retirement early, obvious but true. Saving little and often makes a big difference. 2. Join your employer’s scheme if they have one. By joining an employer’s scheme you can often benefit from additional contributions made by your employer. 3. Take advantage of tax relief. Make the most of the tax breaks available to you, especially if you are a higher rate or additional rate tax payer. 4. Increase the control you have over where you invest your money. Investing in the right funds at the right time can make a significant difference to the overall performance of your pension. 5. National Insurance contributions. In some circumstances it may benefit you to make extra contributions. 6. Make additional payments into your personal pension plan. You should review your pension planning regularly at least once a year. 7. Take advantage of an Open Market Option. When you are nearing retirement it may benefit you to shop about for your annuity rather than just accepting the one offered by your scheme. 8. By an annuity that offers special terms. In some cases it may benefit you to make a medical or lifestyle disclosure, simply informing your annuity provider that you smoke may increase the income you receive. 9. Consider the alternatives to annuity purchase. If you have a larger fund and are happy to accept a more complex solution, then there are alternatives which may suit you. Common alternatives include income drawdown and phased retirement. If you would like to know more then it is vital that you obtain specialist advice from your IFA. 10. Get advice and keep informed of your options. Planning for retirement isn’t a one off decision. By starting a dialogue early with an independent financial advisor you can benefit from a professional relationship which will improve the chances of you enjoying a financially comfortable retirement. If you would like to discuss any of the points raised then please contact me on (01403) 268562 or e-mail info@ Please note that this article does not constitute as advice, anyone seeking independent advice should contact an independent financial adviser. Mercier Allen and Associates Limited is an Appointed Representative of IN Partnership the trading name of The On-Line Partnership Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.

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

Duncan Jagger MRICS Chartered Surveyor Harper James


I own a 2 bedroom flat in Horsham and now wish to sell, however my solicitor says that my Lease has only 65 years to go and a buyer will not be able to get a mortgage. Is my flat now unsaleable?

The Leasehold Reform, Housing & Urban Development Act 1993 provides residential long leaseholders the right to collective enfranchisement and to an extended lease. These rights became enforceable from the 1st November 1993. Provided you have owned your flat or maisonette for more than two years, you are entitled to a 90 year extension to your current lease. Once you have extended your lease, the ground rent will become “peppercorn” (i.e. £1 per annum) for the entire term. Before commencing formal proceedings or negotiations, it is recommended that you obtain a formal valuation from an independent chartered surveyor as to the likely premium and associated costs. The benefits of obtaining a lease extension include; • Increasing the value of your property • Enhancing saleability if you decide to sell • No more ground to pay for the duration of the entire term Once you have decided to apply for the lease extension, you will need to instruct a solicitor to serve a formal notice on your behalf under Section 42 of the 1993 Act. The landlord must serve his Counter-Notice by the date specified in the leaseholder’s Notice. It can; • Agree your right to the new lease and accept your terms (or propose alternative terms), or • not admit your right and give reasons, which will need to be determined by the county court. If the leaseholder and landlord cannot agree the premium or any other aspects of the conveyance, there is a statutory period for negotiation of at least two months but not more than six. At this stage, we will attempt to negotiate a settlement with the other side’s surveyor. If agreement is reached, matters can complete in the normal way. If a settlement is not reached, the solicitor will need to make an application to the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal (LVT) for an independent determination on any unresolved issues. In cases where we believe it would be in your best interests to obtain a determination of the LVT, we will need to prepare submissions, which include an Expert report from us and a Statement of Agreed Facts and Matters in Dispute. We will then attend the hearing on your behalf, giving evidence and providing comparables and other relevant evidence to support our case. We have attended many such hearings over the last few years and have considerable expertise in this regard.

The above information is meant as a general guide only. Should you require any further information or advice, please do not hesitate to contact Duncan Jagger MRICS on 01403 732727

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Property for rent in desirable village location

Sundown in Storrington Guy Leonard & Company is pleased to bring to the market a delightful and spacious semi-detached house. The property has been modernised by the present owner to provide a lovely village home benefiting from upvc replacement double glazed windows, gas fired heating to radiators and some first floor views towards the South Downs. Internally to the ground floor the property comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room with archway through to a garden room and a spacious sitting room with brick fireplace. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally and to the

front there is a long driveway with ample parking leading to a detached garage and an adjoining south westerly facing lawn area with flower and shrub borders. Side access leads to the rear garden, which is paved for ease of maintenance. The property is situated in an extremely convenient location to access the amenities offered by Storrington village. An internal inspection is highly recommended and the property is being offered for sale with a Guide Price of £295,950 for the freehold interest. For further information or an appointment to view, please contact Guy Leonard & Company on 01903 742354 or visit

Peter Hughes - Country Property in Petworth is selling Ivy Cottage, an archetypal English country cottage (Grade II listed) situated on the village green in the popular village of Wisborough Green. The property is believed to date from the 17th century and has been recently restored and substantially extended with much attention to detail and is being offered for sale at the guide price of £695,000 subject to contract. Many of the period features have been retained including a wealth of exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace in the dining room and original timber flooring upstairs. The recent extension provides a splendid kitchen/breakfast room, with an oil fired Rayburn, and a 3rd double bedroom to the first floor. Downstairs, the sitting room and dining room (separated by a partial timber framed wall) both overlook the

green, a large utility/shower room and a study area complete the accommodation on the ground floor. There are a total of three double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. Outside, the property is approached via a gravel drive providing off-street parking with a timber framed, open fronted 2 bay garage with a large storage room above, having potential for conversion, subject to all the necessary consents. The garden is beautifully arranged and has a selection of mature shrubs with a mixture of terracing, lawn and borders with a fenced off area containing a small pond. A medium sized timber garden room and a pretty summer house complete the idyllic setting.

Leaders Limited are delighted to offer this superb four bedroom detached house which is set in the picturesque village of Slinfold. The property which offers spacious and versatile accommodation, briefly comprises of; Ground floor - large entrance hall with storage, utility cupboard, downstairs shower room, a spacious lounge/dining room with wood burning stove and doors to rear garden, modern fitted kitchen, good size double bedroom and further double bedroom/office. Upstairs there is a big master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe area and stunning en-suite bathroom with shower cubicle, there is also a guest bedroom with modern en-suite shower room. Mature gardens surround the property and the gravel driveway has space for several vehicles. Other features include neutral décor and

carpets, contemporary styled bathrooms, garage with electric door and a Kestrel house alarm.

Available on an unfurnished basis. Viewing is highly recommended. Contact Leaders on 01403 217585.

On the village green

For further information please contact the sole agent Peter Hughes country property on 01798 344554 or

Refurbished, redecorated and refreshed Mallards of Horsham are currently marketing a professionally refurbished spacious end of terrace family house with double glazed windows and gas fired heating to new radiators. The property has undergone extensive modernisation including a newly fitted designer kitchen with stainless steel fronted appliances, new stylish bathroom, separate WC, new fitted floor coverings throughout, fully redecorated and a refreshed rear garden. The accommodation has also been enhanced by a ground floor extension providing a good sized kitchen with open plan family room/ dining area which overlooks the garden. The living room runs the full width of the property and has a front aspect. To the redecorated first floor are three bedrooms, a new contemporary bathroom and separate WC. To the outside there is a front

garden which, like many of the neighbouring properties, provides the potential for off road parking (subject to planning) for several vehicles and there is a wide path running along the side of the house that is shared by a neighbouring property which in turn leads to the rear garden which has an approximate length of 55 ft. The property is situated in the heart of this established residential location on the outskirts of the town

centre. The heart of Horsham is easily accessible with its many retail outlets and restaurants. Horsham railway station and Pavilion leisure complex is just beyond. Mallards Horsham office are offering the property for sale at a fixed price of £235,000. Viewing is strongly recommended. For further details and to arrange a viewing please contact Mallards on 01403 263000.


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Property 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 28/01/2011 and 03/02/2011

DC/11/0154 Repair existing property, replacement windows, remodelling of internal layout, extension to rear of kitchen to house secondary stair, extension of potting shed to enclose existing generator and re-landscaping of rear garden (Full Planning) Old Place Hog Lane Amberley Arundel West Sussex BN18 9NQ DC/11/0155 Repair existing property, replacement windows, remodelling of internal layout, extension to rear of kitchen to house secondary stair, extension of potting shed to enclose existing generator and re-landscaping of rear garden (Listed Building Consent) Old Place Hog Lane Amberley Arundel West Sussex BN18 9NQ

DC/11/0146 Alterations and side and rear extensions to existing house Quarry Cottage High Titten Amberley Arundel West Sussex BN18 9LY DC/11/0105 Proposed roof window and garden shed (Full Planning) Mitchbourne House Malthouse Lane Ashington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3BU DC/11/0106 Proposed roof window and garden shed (Listed Building Consent) Mitchbourne House Malthouse Lane Ashington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3BU DC/11/0185 Two storey side extension, garage, new front porch and master bedroom with en suite to 1st floor 21 Penn Gardens Ashington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3AR DC/11/0079 Application to construct 3 No. ponds for Great Crested Newt habitat, a bat house and a reptile site in connection with application DC/09/2101 Land South of Broadbridge Heath Old Wickhurst Lane Broadbridge Heath West Sussex DC/10/2427 Retrospective permission for the installation of 16 No. solar panels 1 No. wind turbine and battery store Pear Tree Farm West Chiltington Lane Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DP DC/10/2635 Internal fitting of secondary glazing (Listed

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Building Consent) 8 The Manor House Summers Place Stane Street Billingshurst Pulborough West Sussex RH14 9GN DC/10/2601 Creation of 61 allotment plots, fencing, gates, car park, access road, haulage ways, two communal sheds, 58 plot-holder sheds, disabled toilet and underground water supply Manor Fields Coombe Hill Billingshurst West Sussex DC/11/0180 Two-storey front extension and new porch, single storey rear and side extension 6 The Ridings Bramber Steyning West Sussex BN44 3PX DC/11/0142 Surgery to 1 x Yew and 1 x Holly trees (Works to Trees in a Conservation Area) Norton House High Street Henfield West Sussex BN5 9DB DC/11/0144 Removal of existing beam supporting kitchen ceiling and replacement with steel beam support (Listed Building Consent) Neaves Cottage Stonepit Lane Henfield West Sussex BN5 9QU DC/11/0109 Fell 1 x Eucalyptus tree to front of No. 9 Lynwood Court 9 Lynwood Court Rushams Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 2QA DC/11/0076 To replace the existing boiler flue with a new 600mm diameter extract duct Talbot House 20 - 22 East Street Horsham West Sussex DC/11/0143 Attic conversion with velux windows and side extension to existing conservatory 36 Springfield Park North Parade Horsham West Sussex RH12 2BF DC/11/0160 Advertising consent sought for 2 No. fascia signs and 1 No. projecting sign 35 Carfax Horsham West Sussex DC/11/0166 Proposed two-storey side extension and new pitched roof over existing single storey extension 23 Sandeman Way Horsham West Sussex RH13 6EN DC/11/0133 Erection of a new hanging sign and new raised lettering on existing fascia (Listed Building Consent) 35 Carfax Horsham West Sussex DC/11/0181 Surgery to 1 x Oak tree 4 Widgeon Way Horsham West Sussex RH12 2LX DC/11/0173 Erection of single storey extension to rear of existing dwelling 16 Cootes Avenue Horsham West Sussex RH12

2AH DC/11/0169 Ground floor extension to provide enlarged kitchen breakfast room and two-storey side extension to provide sun room with enlarged master bedroom above 161 Comptons Lane Horsham West Sussex RH13 6BH DC/11/0112 Two-storey side and front extension to create improved facilities for a disabled child 53 The Hordens Barns Green Horsham West Sussex RH13 0PH DC/11/0075 To reclad spire with oak shakes, from cedar shingles St Andrews Church Nuthurst Street Nuthurst Horsham West Sussex RH13 6LH DC/11/0172 To re-conductor the existing low voltage overhead lines with an Aerial Bundled Conductor (ABC) from Pole 638827 (A) to Pole 638830(B) on land east of Warnham Station Overhead Lines DC/11/0178 Two-storey side extension 87 Sycamore Avenue Horsham West Sussex RH12 4TR DC/11/0145 Construction of two-storey side extension 11 Barnsnap Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 5XY DC/11/0157 Conservatory with glass edwardian roof 69 Amundsen Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 5GF DC/11/0167 Surgery to 1 x Oak tree 26 Searles View Horsham West Sussex RH12 4FG DC/11/0151 Single storey extension to kitchen to replace existing conservatory 35 Winterbourne Horsham West Sussex RH12 5JW DC/11/0122 Retrospective permission for 1 No. replacement pole sign, 1 No. replacement canopy fascia sign, new shop fascia signage, new banner sign, new pump island details and secondary signage (Advertising Consent) Harwoods Garages Ltd London Road Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1AS DC/11/0158 Enlarged roof lantern to garden room (Full Planning) Pickhurst Cottage Pickhurst Lane Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1BU DC/11/0159 Enlarged roof lantern to garden room (Listed Building Consent) Pickhurst Cottage Pickhurst Lane Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1BU DC/11/0168

LUXURY VILLA with Private Infinity Pool and Fantastic Sea Views Only 3 mins to beach • 10 min stroll to La Cala • No Car Needed • Sleeps 10 (5 Bedrooms)

Torrenueva, Nr. La Cala, Costa del Sol, Spain

Castillo Nuevo is a stunning, spacious villa set in the beautiful wooded valley urbanisation of Torrenueva. Only 3 minutes from the beach, the villa commands an elevated position and offers stunning views of the Ocean. The Villa, which is only 2 years old, has been built to the highest specification and boasts an extremely modern interior. Set over three floors, Castillo Nuevo hosts 5 en-suite bedrooms, a large modern kitchen, 2 lounges, a study and a bar room which leads onto one of several terraces. Outside for your private use is an infinity pool, table tennis room, gazebo, patios and gardens, enabling you to always find a quiet corner to relax.

Within the urbanisation you also have use of tennis courts (small charge) and a Petanque court. Local restaurants and a well stocked supermarket are a 2 minute walk with the beach and chiringuitos a further minute. The popular village of La Cala with its twice weekly market, bars and restaurants is only a 10 minute stroll. The owner is local to Horsham and more than happy to answer any questions or meet with you to supply more information and photos. Tel: 01403 264 179 or 07812 422 829

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Surgery to 2 No. trees 13 Aston Rise Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2JA DC/11/0164 Retrospective permission for lean-to rear extension to existing stone barn with minor alterations to original application, DC/09/1450, in respect of materials, personnel door and window positions, screen fencing, gate, boundary hedge, generator and oil tank Barn Rackham Street Rackham West Sussex DC/11/0183 Proposed revised entrance, curved screen walls and gates in lieu of previously approved under DC/10/0652 Highlands Hayes Lane Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0SN DC/11/0137 Replacement washing and valeting building Toll House Garage Five Oaks Road Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0SY DC/11/0161 Retrospective permission for a change of use of agricultural land to residential curtilage Mill House Countryman Lane Shipley Horsham West Sussex RH13 8PZ DC/11/0186 Surgery to 3 x Oak trees (T1, T2 and T3) on land outside 1 The Gables, Southwater 1 The Gables Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9BW DC/11/0177 Removal of condition No. 11 (financial contributions) of DC/09/2331 Ketrey Woodpecker Lane Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4DB DC/11/0149 Erection of two bedroom bungalow and garage, and new detached garage to serve Ty Gwyn Ty Gwyn Nightingale Lane Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 4NU DC/11/0171 Surgery to 2 x Poplar and 1 x Tulip trees (Works to Trees in a Conservation Area) 34 Church Street Steyning West Sussex BN44 3YB DC/11/0047 Single storey kitchen extension and internal alterations 42 Goring Road Steyning West Sussex BN44 3GF DC/11/0141 Stock fencing around perimeter of 2.4 acre plot and galvanised enclosure gate Land South of Little Garns Coolham Road Thakeham West Sussex DC/11/0064 Proposed replacement structure for residential use Land East of Valerie Manor Henfield Road Upper Beeding West Sussex DC/11/0148 New first floor extension above existing garage The Crimbles Hillstream Close Harborough Hill West Chiltington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2GF DC/11/0184 Fell 1 x Scots Pine tree in woodland adjacent to Lakeland Thatch, Monkmead Lane Monkmead Wood Monkmead Lane West Chiltington West Sussex DC/11/0138 Extension to garage block and internal alterations to lobby area (Listed Building Consent) Glebe House Steyning Road West Grinstead Horsham West Sussex RH13 8LR DC/11/0130 Erection of building for B1/B2 uses and B8 storage only R J Case and Co Ltd Bognor Road Broadbridge Heath Horsham West Sussex RH12 3PS DC/11/0182 Fell mixed species group (SG1) and 1 x Walnut tree(T1) (Works to Trees in a Conservation Area) 30 Church Street Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3QR DC/11/0123 Replacement double garage with loft storage Ridgeways Georges Lane Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3JH 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 the date of this advert, or can be viewed on the Council’s web site at 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 Development & Environment, Park North, North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RL. Any correspondence received will be available for public inspection and posted on the Council’s web site. 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 telephoning 01403 215598. For Council jobs and lots more, visit www.

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Next Auction 2nd March 2011

cowfold guide Price £125,000

Blackpool guide Price £117,500

Character Property • Village Location • Ideal First Time Buyer’s or Investment Property • One Large Double Bedroom • En Suite Shower and Bath • Living Room • Kitchen • Courtyard Garden • No Onward Chain

Former Guest House • Ten Bedrooms • En Suite Facilities • Full Catering Kitchen • Utility Room • Basement • Double Glazing • Gas CH

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2~4 East Street, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1HL

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horsham £385,000 Guide price

southwater £455,000

A three bedroom detached property located within this much sought after position in Horsham being close to the town centre and station.

A deceptively spacious four bedroom detached chalet bungalow.

Detached Home • Three Bedrooms • Two Reception Rooms •Gas CH • Forest & Millais Catchment • No Onward Chain

15’11 Kitchen/Breakfast Room • 18’ Sitting Room • Four Generous Bedrooms • En Suite to Master • Detached Garage & Parking • Large Rear Garden • Overlooking Open Fields • Heated Swimming Pool • Utility Room & Larder

horsham £269,950

horsham £290,000

horsham £274,950

horsham £149,950

Arranged over three floors • Four bedrooms • 27’ modern kitchen/ dining/family room • Downstairs Wc • Refitted modern bathroom • Sold with No onward chain

Four Bedrooms • 16ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room • 16’0” x 14’0” Living Room and Family Bathroom • Garage & Driveway • Popular Location

Extended Semi Detached • Three Bedrooms • Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room Cul-de-sac Location • Garage & Parking • Three Separate Reception Rooms

Two Double Bedrooms • 18’10 Reception Room • Fitted Kitchen • Modern Bathroom • No On-Going Chain • Option to purchase 40% Share

southwater £275,000

cowfold £274,950

horsham £174,950

horsham £239,950

Village Location • Three Double Bedrooms • Three Separate Reception Rooms Detached House • Porch and Cloakroom • Viewing Recommended

Village Location • Three Bedrooms • 2 Good Size Reception Rooms • 16” Kitchen Breakfast room • Recently Fitted Bathroom • Large Secluded Garden

Two Double Bedrooms • North Horsham Location • Double Glazing • Garage En Bloc • No Onward Chain • Call now to avoid disappointment.

Three Double Bedrooms • Semi Detached • North Horsham Location • 19ft Living Room • Garden • Garage and Off Street Parking

horsham £159,950

horsham £450,000

cowfold £195,000

horsham £279,950

Two double bedrooms • Fitted Kitchen • Modern Bathroom • Private side garden • Gas fired central heating • Walking distance from Town & Station

North Horsham Location • Modern Detached Family Home •Three Reception Rooms • Ground Floor Cloakroom • Four Bedrooms • En Suite Shower Room • Double Garage • Ample Off Road Parking

Two Double Bedrooms • Character Property • Spacious Living Room • Feature Fireplaces • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • No Onward Chain

One of a kind • Arranged over four floors • 2 Large Double Bedrooms • 20’ Open Plan Reception Room • Separate Study • Courtyard Garden • 2 Large Storage Sheds with Power • Parking with Electric Gates • No On-going Chain




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An impressive and rarely available five double bedroom detached family home set on an extremely sought after executive development in the village of Southwater near to the Country Park. Features of this generously proportioned home are a large entrance hall with galleried landing, cloakroom, 22ft lounge, dining room, study, stunning 18ft kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, family room, master bedroom suite, guest bedroom suite, family bathroom, three further double bedrooms, secluded rear garden.



A very well presented and extended four double bedroom family home with views over open fields, situated within walking distance of village amenities. Comprising entrance hall, cloakroom/utility, 21ft lounge, dining room, 15ft kitchen/breakfast room, four double bedrooms, modern bathroom, garage with long driveway, rear garden, GCH and double glazing.



An immaculately and attractive two double bedroom spacious home situated in a quiet cul de sac location on a sought after executive development in the village of Southwater. This property offers good scope for extension with a large loft space and ample plot size (STPP). Comprising entrance hall, 19’ lounge/diner, modern kitchen, two double bedrooms, modern bathroom, landscaped and secluded rear garden, double glazing throughout, GCH and generously proportioned driveway.



A well presented and spacious purpose built modern two bedroom apartment situated in a quiet cul de sac location within walking distance of Horsham town centre and mainline train station. Comprising entrance hall, 19ft lounge/diner, modern kitchen, 14ft master bedroom with ensuite, one further bedroom, family bathroom, double glazing, GCH and allocated parking. Long Lease.



A superbly presented and attractive four bedroom detached Sussex Farmhouse style home set on one of the most sought after streets in Southwater. The property is finished to a very high standard throughout and comprises an entrance porch, spacious entrance hall, cloakroom, study, 22’ lounge, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms, 13’ family bathroom, large landscaped secluded rear garden and garage.



Guide Price of £329,950 - £299,950. A well presented double fronted extended four bedroom period family home, offering spacious and versatile accommodation. Comprising an entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, dining room, 23’ family room, recently refitted kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, family bathroom, generously sized rear garden and off street parking. No Chain.



A well presented three bedroom family home, which benefits from a large secluded garden, situated in a quiet cul de sac location within walking distance of village amenities. Comprising entrance porch, 16’ lounge, dining room, modern kitchen, conservatory, three bedrooms, refitted bathroom, GCH, double glazing throughout and two allocated parking spaces.



A two bedroom terraced property situated in the popular village of Cowfold, within walking distance of amenities. Comprising covered entrance porch, entrance hall, kitchen, lounge, conservatory, two bedrooms, refitted bathroom, double glazing, rear garden and garage. Ideal for first time buyers.



A very well presented and attractive four bedroom detached family home set in a sought after village location. Comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, 16ft lounge, open plan family room/dining room and modern refitted kitchen, utility room, master bedroom with modern ensuite, three further bedrooms and large modern family bathroom, garage and driveway, rear garden, double glazing and GCH.



A well presented three bedroom Victorian property, with loft room, set in a sought after location on the west side Horsham, within walking distance of the Town Centre. Comprising entrance hall, lounge, large kitchen opening onto a breakfast room, separate dining room, three bedrooms and a spacious modern family bathroom on the first floor and a loft room with ensuite on the second floor.



An attractive four double bedroom character cottage offering a wealth of period features, set in a popular part of Horsham within walking distance of Littlehaven train station and of Millais School. Comprising 14’ lounge, 13’ dining room, kitchen, inner lobby, family bathroom, three double bedrooms, bedroom four/study, potential room for ensuite, delightful 120 ft secluded rear garden, GCH and possible No Chain.



A superbly presented spacious one double bedroom first floor apartment, built in approximately 2005, and situated in the popular Lintot Square development, with a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. Comprises entrance hall, ‘Paula Rosa’ modern kitchen with integrated appliances, open plan onto dual aspect 19ft lounge/dining room, 13ft bedroom and modern bathroom. Other benefits include double glazing and allocated parking.



A well presented and spacious detached four bedroom family home set in a quiet cul de sac location near to Southwater Country Park. Comprising entrance porch, well proportioned lounge, 14ft modern kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, 14ft dining room/family room, utility room/cloakroom, 15ft master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms, modern family bathroom, secluded rear garden, garage and driveway, double glazing and GCH.



Guide Price of £265,000 to £275,000, PLUS CONTRIBUTION TO STAMP DUTY SUBJECT TO OFFER. A very well presented and spacious versatile FOUR BEDROOM family home set within walking distance of Southwater village amenities. Comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, 15’ family room, study/ bedroom four, 19’ lounge, 20’ kitchen/breakfast room, 15’ conservatory, three bedrooms and a modern family bathroom to the first floor. Outside there is a delightful good sized garden and a driveway providing ample off street parking. Double glazing and GCH. NO CHAIN.



A well presented two double bedroom end of terrace home situated in close proximity to the Town Centre. Comprising covered entrance porch, entrance hall, lounge, modern kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms, bathroom, delightful rear garden, double glazing, GCH and allocated parking.



A well presented and modernised one bedroom purpose built first floor maisonette located in a quiet cul de sac in the village of Broadbridge Heath. Private entrance hall, spacious 21’ lounge/diner, newly refitted modern kitchen, inner lobby, master bedroom, modern bathroom, allocated parking

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An attractive four bedroom extended semi detached property ideally situated within walking distance of Horsham town centre and railway station. Comprising of entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, 24’ open plan kitchen/dining room, conservatory, master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms, modern family bathroom, secluded rear garden, garage, off street parking, GCH and double glazing.



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A very well presented three bedroom detached family home set on a corner plot in a quiet cul de sac location, within walking distance of local village amenities. Comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, 15ft lounge, dining room, modern kitchen, conservatory, utility room, three bedrooms, family bathroom, GCH, garage and secluded rear garden.


£650 pcm

Newly refurbished first floor two double bedroom flat, situated within walking distance of Billingshurst village centre and train station. Comprising of entrance hall, 19’ lounge/diner, refitted kitchen, two double bedrooms, bathroom and communal grounds.

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Horsham £1,200 pcm

Storrington £525 pcm

Wisborough Green £875 pcm

Very well presented bungalow situated in a quiet location close to a mainline station. Fitted Kitchen/Diner. Spacious Living Room. Bathroom. Two Double Bedrooms one with Ensuite Shower Room. Single Bedroom. Gardens. Single Attached Garage and Driveway for Three Cars.

Well presented one bedroom apartment in a modern purpose built block. Reception Room. Bedroom. Bathroom. Kitchen. Allocated Parking. Communal Gardens.

Extremely well presented property in a sought after village location. Fitted Kitchen. Living Room with Fireplace. Utility Area. Cloakroom. Two Double, One Single Bedrooms. Bathroom. Separate Wc. Rear Garden with Shed.



West Chiltington £1,300 pcm

Horsham £2,100 pcm

Pulborough £540 pcm

An attached beamed cottage in beautiful rural location with lovely cottage garden. Porch/Study Area. Drawing Room. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Cloakroom. Two Double Bedrooms. Bathroom. Garage. Garden. Includes Gardener.

Beautifully presented detached family home ideally located for the A24 and local schools. Hall. Sitting Room with Fireplace. Dining Room. Study. Conservatory. Kitchen/Breakfast Room. Utility Room. Cloakroom. Master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room. Three Further Large Double Bedrooms. Ensuite Shower Room to Bedroom 2. Family Bathroom. Front and Rear Gardens. Driveway and Garage.

Refurbished one bedroom apartment in central Pulborough. Large Living Area. Open Plan Kitchen. Double Bedroom. Bathroom. Storage.



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+++MUST BE SEEN+++++Beautiful 5 Bedroom Detached House 3 Large Reception rooms 2 kitchens and separate Utility Room 2 Bathrooms (1 en-suite) Master Bedroom with dressing room Detached studio/gym Garage Swimming Pool Converted Outbuilding (Formerly Stable) Set in 2.7 acres made up of formal gardens and grounds

Delightful family home refurbished to a very high standard situated on the south side of Capel. Set in 2.7 acres made up of formal gardens and grounds that surround the property and include a large terrace to the rear with a swimming pool. Situated within a short drive of Capel village with its local shop, pub and school. Good access to both Horsham and Dorking and approx 20 minute drive of Gatwick. Property benefits from Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, 3 large Reception rooms, fitted kitchen, second kitchen, and Utility room, master bedroom with dressing room, en-suite bathroom and separate family bathroom. Detached studio/Gym, garage and former stable unit. The property is approached through a lightly wooded area with a parking area immediately before a set of electric gates which, in turn, lead up the private drive to a parking and turning area alongside the property.

4 Double Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms (2 En-Suite) Luxury Wet Room & Dressing Room to Master Bedroom Kitchen with White Goods & Double Range Oven Open Plan Living Character Property Quality Tasteful Interior Garden with Large Patio Area Off Road Parking for 4 Cars Stunning Views Overlooking the Heath

This delightful character property is situated in a Private Lane and excellent Location opposite Reigate Heath. The property offers 4 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, 2 being en-suite. The master bedroom features a luxury wet room as well as a dressing area. A beautifully decorated home with tasteful interior and wide oak flooring laid throughout the ground floor. Spacious accommodation with open plan living. The modern kitchen benefits from high quality units which are finished with granite worktops to include appliances. Good size rear garden (0.4 acres) with a large patio area and off road parking for four cars. The property is convenietly located to all local amenities within Reigate including Schools, excellent shopping and restaurants. Available unfurnished.

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HORSHAM | £1200 PcM

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2 double bedroom high specification apartment Situated in a secure gated development Built in wardrobes in master bedroom En-suite bathroom with shower to main bedroom Unfurnished Available now

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Superb first floor apartment, unfurnished 2 Double Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Secure Gated development High Specification Kitchen Walking Distance of local amenities

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Fabulous furnished country house offering long or short term lets Each room has en-suite and kitchen facilities Set in 5 acre grounds Approx 10 minute drive from Gatwick and Horsham

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Two double bedroom first floor flat Fully fitted kitchen with appliances Walking distance to town centre Close to station and local schools Neutral Décor Allocated Parking Unfurnished


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A spacious four bedroom detached family house with a large garden set in a quiet rural location which enjoys views of the surrounding countryside.

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An attractive detached cottage set within the grounds of a Country Estate in a semi rural location yet a short drive to Horsham Town Centre. Available for short term let.


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740367 Horsham £500 pcm

150081 Central Horsham £540 pcm

110719 North Horsham £625 pcm

738982 Horsham £750 pcm

• Deceivingly spacious studio flat with garden • Close to local amenities and Littlehaven station • Large studio room with access to small rear garden • Fully fitted kitchen with appliances • GCH and parking. Optional furnishings available

• Modern unfurnished 1st floor studio apartment • In prime town centre location • Gas central heating and double glazing • Fitted kitchen with appliances provided • INCLUDES WATER RATES AND HEATING BILLS

• Well presented 1 bedroom ground floor flat • Situated in a popular residential area • Modern fitted kitchen with appliances • Good size double bedroom • Communal grounds and residents parking

• Converted 1 bedroom unfurnished apartment • Walking distance of Horsham station and town centre • Modern fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances • Large double bedroom with bay window • Gas central heating and double glazing

Defining Lettings 84641 Billingshurst £825 pcm • Modern 2 bedroom unfurnished house • Situated in the heart of the village centre • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room • 2 private parking spaces • West facing rear garden

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740043 West Chiltington £950 pcm • Spacious 2 bedroom semi detached bungalow • Situated close to local amenities and schools • Large and bright L shaped lounge/dining room • 2 good size neutrally decorated double bedrooms • GCH, DG and 3 car parking spaces

740580 Horsham £875 pcm • Deceivingly spacious 3 bedroom terrace house • Quiet cul-de-sac on the West Side of Horsham • Large and neutrally decorated lounge • Modern fully kitchen with dining area • GCH, double glazing and residents parking

327069 Horsham £995 pcm • Very well presented and spacious 3 bed house • Situated in a quiet residential cul-de-sac • Hi-spec kitchen with integrated appliances • Family bathroom with power shower • Garden and 2 allocated parking spaces

422268 Partridge Green £1200 pcm

715799 Billingshurst £1250 pcm

207607 Horsham £1450 pcm

737695 Slinfold £2200 pcm

• Older style 4 bedroom semi detached house • Situated in a popular village location • Modern refitted kitchen/dining room • Three double bedrooms, one single bedroom • Large rear garden and off street parking

• Modern 5 bedroom house • Close to the mainline station • Modern fully fitted kitchen with appliances • Dual aspect master bedroom with en-suite • GCH, DG, single garage and parking • Pets considered

• Recently extended and refurbished 4 bedroom detached house • Easy reach of Horsham town centre and the A24 • Large and modern fitted kitchen/dining room with appliances • 3 double bedroom and 1 single bedroom • GCH, DG and driveway parking • Unfurnished

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A truly delightful and fabulously presented 4 bedroom detached executive property situated in an exclusive close within the highly sought after village of Balcombe, providing excellent road and rail links into the City. This property is offered furnished and boasts a fabulous master bedroom suite with dressing area and en-suite. There are 3 further bedrooms with one currently being utilised as a home office, 3 reception rooms including a wonderful conservatory, luxury fitted kitchen, secure rear garden, integral garage with driveway and offered in immaculate order throughout. Stunning executive property • Highly sought after village location • Luxury fully fitted kitchen • 3 reception rooms • Integral garage and driveway


A truly stunning Grade II listed Mews House set within a most desirable gated private development within a few minutes walk of Horsham Town Centre and mainline Railway Station. This fabulous property boasts many original features including high ceilings, deep cornicing and a wealth of charm. Some of the many features of this delightful executive property are 3 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms with the master offering a dressing area and contemporary en-suite bathroom, there is a spacious bespoke fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room, courtyard style rear garden with wrought iron railings. There are impressive communal grounds, a private parking space and garage with electric door. This stunning property must be viewed to be fully appreciated.

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An unfurnished two bedroom two storey maisonette situated in the village of Southwater which offers access to M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton. Features include: entrance hall, lounge/diner, open plan kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. Available from 1st March 2011.

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A deceptively spacious top floor 2 double bedroom apartment situated in the sought after area of Bolnore Village. Property boasts: two double bedrooms, master bedroom with en-suite, fully fitted kitchen with built in appliances, contemporary bathroom suite, large lounge/diner with outlook over forest, allocated parking space.


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World debut for LFA Nürburgring Package at Geneva motor show The most exclusive Lexus yet built, the LFA supercar gains an even more track-focused profile with the addition of the bespoke Nürburgring Package, to be shown in public for the first time at the Geneva motor show in March. Aimed at customers looking for even greater levels of performance from the V10 supercar, the Nürburgring Package is available on a maximum of 50 of the 500 cars that are being built. It provides additional aerodynamic features and technical revisions to improve handling and downforce, increases engine output by 10bhp to 562bhp and speeds up gear shifts in the six-speed sequential transmission. Lexus will also be presenting the new CT 200h, the first and only full hybrid model in the luxury hatchback segment, just ahead of its market launch. Europe-wide enquiries about the new car are 40 per cent higher than expected and customer orders are 50 per cent above Lexus’s plan. Appearing alongside the GS 450h executive sports saloon, RX 450h luxury SUV and LS 600h limousine, CT 200h provides Lexus with the only comprehensive range of full hybrid models in Europe. CT 200h is expected to drive Lexus’s European sales higher, with an anticipated increase of more than 60 per cent in a premium market that is predicted to remain flat overall.

Vauxhall proud sponsors of the England national team The agreement runs from 1 January 2011 to 31 July 2014, encompassing UEFA Euro 2012™ in Poland-Ukraine and the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil. In addition to becoming Lead Partner to the men’s senior national team, the partnership includes sponsorship of all other 23 representative England sides – including the women’s teams, men’s youth teams and all the England disability sides. It will also see Vauxhall become the Official Vehicle Supplier to The FA and the governing body’s Official Youth Partner, covering activities undertaken to promote football in the 12-18-year-old age group. “This announcement represents a major landmark for The FA and the England teams” said FA General Secretary Alex Horne. “I am looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship with Vauxhall in the coming years. “Through a difficult economic climate we have concluded a deal of considerable value to the FA and we can now look forward with optimism. Everyone is aware of the difficulties of last year, but we have an opportunity to move forward and there is

much in 2011 to be excited about. “It is also significant news that Vauxhall are also our Official Youth Partner for 12-18 year olds, a key area of attention at the moment. Adrian Bevington, Sir Trevor Brooking and I have been investing a lot of time on our plans for Youth Development and this partnership will be key to those plans. “Vauxhall is a company with a great history and through our initial conversations it became clear they share our goals and vision for how this relationship can prove mutually beneficial. I’m very much looking forward to getting started.” Announcing the partnership at Wembley Stadium today, Vauxhall Managing Director Duncan Aldred said: “This is an historic day for Vauxhall. To become the lead partner of the England team is a great honour for us. “We are delighted to be partnering The FA and hope to be a driving force behind the further development and activation of an expansive grass roots football strategy encompassing the whole of the country. “We have a strong heritage in supporting football including official

The Football Association has announced a three-and-a-half-year agreement with Vauxhall Motors which will see the leading British vehicle manufacturer become Lead Partner to the England teams. sponsorship of the highly successful UEFA Euro ’96 Championship in England. “Football and cars are two of our nation’s biggest passions and this partnership is a clear and unequivocal sign that Vauxhall is firmly behind not only a successful England senior team but is also committed to supporting grass roots initiatives covering youth and junior football as well as women’s football and disability football.” England Manager Fabio Capello said: “I’m very happy that Vauxhall are the new team sponsor. “Vauxhall is a strong company and it is good for everyone at The FA and all the England teams that we have such a strong commercial partner. To achieve your goals in football you need as much support as possible, and it is very important for us all that Vauxhall have provided this strong commitment. “We will do all we can to reward

Vauxhall for their support and this begins with our first objective of this new year; to qualify for Euro 2012.” The agreement was negotiated by The FA’s sponsorship team, led by Peter Daire who commented: “I’m delighted that we are announcing the England Lead Partner for the next two major tournaments, sitting alongside

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How a Barns-storming Tidey finish was too much for the league leaders Green show heart and courage to register crucial win in hard-fought battle Rugby Union

Barns Green emerged as deserved winners from a brutally physical contest against league leaders Midhurst. Both sides entered the match with lengthy unbeaten runs, so a tight and tense game was expected – and delivered in front of a partisan crowd. Midhurst elected to play with the strong wind behind them in the first half,  looking to build a controlling lead using the brand of 10-man rugby that has been successful in recent weeks. Green had other ideas and started the game strongly with powerful carries from Ryan Watkinson and Tom Viney in particular. Midhurst absorbed the early pressure and began to come into the game, using their large strike runners to try to batter their way upfield in a narrow channel, but were met by some enthusiastic defence. The game moved into an absorbing

period of ebb and flow, but with 20 minutes on the clock Green made the most of a strong attacking platform. Quick lineout ball was caught and driven into the visiting 22. The ball was spun wide to galloping centre Dave Barter, who ran a superb line to crash through the home defence. He was caught by a good cover tackle just short of the line but was able to offload to Sam Callaghan who dotted down under the posts for a converted score.

is not won ‘inVictory miles but in inches and we certainly did the hard yards

The game started to become a little scrappy, both sides giving away penalties for various offences. It wasn’t long before this frustration boiled over and both sides were

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reduced to 14 after an off-the-ball incident. It looked as though Green would go into the break seven points to the good, but a series of penalties afforded the visitors a good attacking platform deep in the home 22. Midhurst battered away at the home line but were knocked back until they shipped the ball wide to set up a well-constructed, converted try. “The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory” was the rallying cry in the half-time huddle and Green knew victory was within their reach with the elements behind them. The first 20 minutes of the second half was perhaps disappointing for the neutral as both sides waited for mistakes and the game became stopstart through unforced errors. Midhurst went ahead for the first time through a penalty after more indiscipline from the home forwards, but Green knew their season hinged on the outcome of this match and raised their game. A loose kick was expertly fielded

by Jamie Paige, who set up the attacking platform. Green went through the phases and Midhurst were caught with their hands in the till, enabling Dave Barter to level with a sweetly struck penalty. With the scent of victory in the air, Green knew they had to get back into visiting territory as parity on the scoreboard was not enough. Utility back Nick Lewis applied the pressure with a booming kick. Green won solid lineout ball and moved the ball wide, the ref signalled an advantage for offside and it looked as though the hosts would have an opportunity to kick themselves in front. With this in mind, a speculative pass was flung out to the backline, only for the ref to signal advantage over. Some said  it was luck, others said a moment of supreme vision, as Josh Callaghan cutely sidefooted the poor pass sideways straight into the arms of the clinical Will Tidey, who cantered in for a converted try. Midhurst capitalised on a string

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getting more cleans. The blue route was won by Robert McKenzie on a total of five marks lost compared to runner-up Sean Staker on 12 marks lost. White route: John Charman 18 marks lost, Tony Flegg 27, Phil Walker 68, Jesse Brooker 89. Blue route: Robert McKenzie 5 marks lost, Sean Staker 12, Dan Berrisford 16, Tom Bray 16, Ian McCulloch 22. Yellow route: John Yardley 0 marks lost, Kevin McDavitt 6, Brian Barnes 6, Charley Page 8, Emma Thompson 10. Red route: Elaine Dufaur 28 marks lost, Adam Holloway 56.

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of penalties and Green were again reduced to 14 as the visitors sensed their opportunity. But the robust Martin O’Neil again buried his opposite number, leading to a knock on and the final whistle – greeted with cheers from the home crowd and players alike. Ecstatic captain Andrew Potter said: “Victory is not won in miles but in inches and we certainly did the hard yards. “It was a great effort by the entire match day 22. Everyone showed courage and heart in ending the league leaders’ nine-game unbeaten run. “I knew if the boys stuck to the game plan and believed in their ability we had more than enough to get the result.”


A Division leaders White Harte did not play, but the Rising Sun and BBHVC took advantage with 7-2 victories. The Rising Sun beat the Gate to move within four points of the Cuckfield side while BBHVC overcame the Kings Arms B to move up to third. The  Steyning CC  side surprisingly inflicted a first league defeat on the Kings Arms A, 6-3, dropping the reigning champions down to fifth. Sussex Barn moved up to fourth following a 5-4 win over the Loxwood Club, who remain bottom. The Anchor still dominate the B Division after defeating the Three Compasses 7-2 to increase their lead over the Railway Inn to 13 points. The unbeaten Railway steamrollered the Crown 8-1 while Storrington Club beat bottom side Southwater Club 9-0. The Windmill enjoyed a rare win, beating the Dog & Bacon 5-4. Fountain B posted a 7-2 win over the Windmill B to strengthen their position at the top of the C Division. They lead second-placed Railway Colts by nine points following the Colts’ surprise  5-4  defeat by the Kings Arms C,  a win that moves  the Arms into third spot in the table. The Hare and Hounds narrowly lost out 5-4 to the Fountain A in the final match as the Kings Head had a walkover against the Cock Inn. The Cock Inn have not shown for six league games plus one cup tie, so the League decided to expel them but they withdrew on their own accord before being notified.


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Stunning try as Horsham win tough battle John Riley Youth Rugby

Horsham U14 showed enormous resilience to overcome uncompromising Hove in blustery conditions at Coolhurst. Declan Nwachukwu, Horsham’s prolific wing, left the field dazed and with a bloody nose before replacement Max Phillips made a powerful covering tackle. Fly half Callum Tusler used the wind to force his team forward and Horsham drove for the line continuously, Tom Clayton and Michael Watson both being held up. A slick move in the backs saw Aaron Pyzer brought down, but prop Jake Mallinder showed admirable strength to force his way over for an unconverted try. Tusler, Liam Ruz and Matt Blake probed for gaps, but white line fever in the middle saw a number of simple overlaps wasted when further tries looked inevitable. Hove soon made Horsham pay, levelling against the run of play despite the valiant efforts of Callum Murphy. Horsham seemed to have regained the lead when Tusler grounded the ball over the line, but the referee was unsighted and the try was not given. At half time Horsham lost prop Dan Macklin to a shoulder injury, second row James Hebbard with broken fingers and full back Matt Streeter to illness. Although Nwachukwu was able to return, Horsham heads were down due to the scoreline and the fact that they now had to play into the wind. It looked ominous for the home side as Hove drove over for a converted try to lead 12-5, but this Horsham team is extremely resilient. With Tusler, Clayton, Watson, Tom Ayre and David Fennelly showing

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great determination and drive, Horsham decided a running game was the way forward and Tusler unleashed the backs. Ruz’s perfectly timed pass allowed Nwachukwu to touch down using his customary power and speed. 12-10 to Hove. For some reason Horsham abandoned their running game as the forwards tried to smash their way through a very strong Hove pack. Resolute defending, including big hits by replacements Oli Budd and Daniel Riley, kept Horsham in touch before they edged in front with a brilliant try. Scrum half Sam Holden fed quick ball to Tusler, whose quick hands saw the ball reach Ruz at outside centre just short of the half way line. Ruz ghosted past an opponent and delivered to left wing Aaron Pyzer, who took on his opposite number on the outside and rounded the full back to score under the posts. Tusler’s conversion put Horsham five points to the good, but the home side lost a couple more players to injury and conceded a needless penalty for offside. Big hits allowed Tusler to rip the ball back and, with time up, Tom Clayton cleared into touch to seal a very hard-fought victory.

Horsham U15 destroyed Worthing 60-8, thanks in part to Chris Wesson’s first-half hat-trick. Other tries came from Giles Emmerson (two), Jerry Downey (two), Simon Ashman, Joey Walker and Zac Smith, while Aled Price slotted five conversions.

Photos by John Houston

The battle of Wills is too much for Penguins Clare Turnbull Youth Hockey

John Kimberley (right) scored from this short corner, helped by Toby Fraser Photos by Clare Turnbull

Will Salmon and Will Jones scored hat-tricks as Horsham Hotshots defeated Worthing Penguins 9-0. Zac Chinn, Noah Chinn and Peter Neave also netted, James Cooper and George Smith were brilliant on the wing and Rory MacDonald was voted man of the match by his teammates. Five under-16s stepped up to the U18 girls team which put in a fine performance to draw 1-1 against Southgate. Captain Vicky Trumpess held the centre, ably supported by Georgia Frett and Genie Trumpess who kept the Southgate forwards at bay. Carolyn Watson was in fine form too, keeping the deficit to a solitary goal before Lizzie Wait equalised. The U16 boys lost 7-3 at Oxted, their toughest opponents so far. John Kimberley, Zac Chinn and Peter

Rayward scored, while Sam Johnson had a cracking game in goal. The U14 boys put out a young team and lost 4-0 at home to Kenley, despite great keeping by Cameron King and brave tackles by James Brehaut (U12), Jack Grant (U12) and Austin Harwood-Stamper. Emily Barr was player of the tournament as the U12 girls finished second and third against two Epsom

Peter Rayward scored for Horsham U16

teams and a team from the SJB Academy, Cranleigh. The U10 girls took two teams to the Surbiton Hockey Festival for a friendly tournament while the U8s hosted teams from Kingston and Epsom in a fun mini hockey triangular. Youth Cricket

Toby Glover hit an unbeaten 33 as West Chiltington U16 (97-5) beat Ifield U16 (96-3) in the Identilam Colts Cricket League at Tanbridge School. Horsham Trinity U16 (81-6) were well beaten by Capel U16 (138-5) while Three Bridges U16 (50-2) comfortably chased down Steyning U16’s 49-6. Three Bridges U12 easily defeated Steyning U12 and Horsham U12B. Steyning (105-5, Oli Collins 29 not out) beat Horsham U12B (80-2, James Noblett 25 not out).


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Late heartache for Southwater Southwater U18 were cruelly denied a win against Predators in a 3-3 draw. Defenders Josh Skipper and Cameron Masters dominated in a goalless first half before Zak Moore ran through and slid home to put Southwater in front.

Predators came back strongly to lead 2-1, but Will Nash’s 25-yard free kick and Jack Morgan’s header edged Southwater ahead. A fine close-range save by Will Poston denied Predators, only for a late leveller to spoil Southwater’s day.

Photos by Victoria Thompson

Zak’s double has Robins chirping Jamie Tullett Youth Football

Roffey Robins Wanderers U15 climbed out of the relegation zone with this win over bottom side Billingshurst, sending them into their Plate semi-final in good heart. Wanderers started brightly, Chris Nichols and Zak Comber combining well to produce a string of chances. Dan Whittick’s quick throw and Nichols’ through ball found Comber, who dribbled past two defenders and slotted past Chris Burrell in the away goal. Whittick almost created a second goal moments later, playing a beautiful half-volley over the defence, but

Comber’s shot flew wide. Roffey enjoyed large spells of possession and created plenty of chances, with only Matthew Fagan preventing another Comber shot from finding the net. As Wanderers piled on the pressure, Nichols’ free kick was well saved by Burrell and Whittick’s follow-up hit the side netting. They eventually extended their lead when Nichols beat two players in midfield with agile turns and found Comber, who rifled home from just inside the box. Billingshurst immediately forced a corner and Thomas Curry’s flag kick curled in at the near post, with some help from the wind. It was a tale of two halves as the

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away side took control after the break, forcing Elliot Stanbridge into a number of saves. Wanderers did have a few chances of their own to seal the win, Sam Collins hitting the side netting and Comber seeing his hat-trick attempt saved. But Sam Welch hit the crossbar and seemed set to grab a last-gasp equaliser, only to be thwarted by a superb challenge by Roffey captain Tom Barnes.

Goalmouth action between Southwater U18 and Predators U18

Chloe does trick for Sparrows Horsham Sparrows Girls U13 fought back to draw 2-2 at Littlehampton Girls U13. Sparrows fell two goals down in a wind so strong that Chloe Abbott, whose goal kicks usually reach the opposition half, was barely able to get the ball out of the area. A composed finish by Sienna Haydon reduced Sparrows’ arrears and they levelled through Abbott’s sweetly struck free kick, even though the wind dropped considerably.

3-goal Jacob is a Royal prince A hat-trick by Jacob Waller and a goal from Jake Legrange helped Royal United U15 to a 4-3 win at Albury. United followed up with a scintillating performance to beat Dorking Saints Lions 2-0, dominating the match from start to finish. Royals crafted out chance after chance, but a fine display by Dorking’s keeper kept the scoreline respectable. Connor Cushing and Alex Parsons dominated in midfield while Anthony Jupp, Harry Garman, Tom Frankland and Joshua Wood also excelled. Missed chances cost Roffey Robins Athletic U15 two extra points in a 1-1 draw against Lower Beeding Lions U15. Zac Malinsky headed in George Hole’s corner after six minutes, but Lower Beeding equalised through Sam Hayter. Dan Goddard and Matt Sigrist went

close for Robins and Craig McCreadie saw a goal ruled out, while Max Albert was Lions’ man of the match. Lower Beeding Lions U14 overcame Cranleigh 2-1 with goals by Liam Ruz and Aaron Pyzer, the clincher from Callum Nash’s cross. Matt Streeter and Kyran Penny impressed. Horsham YMCA U18 suffered their sixth defeat on the bounce, losing 2-0 to high-flying Burgess Hill Town at Gorings Mead. Ninety children and parents from Forest Youth will watch Crawley Town play Wrexham at the Broadfield Stadium tomorrow, the Reds’ final home match before they face Manchester United at Old Trafford in the FA Cup. One of Forest’s under-7 boys and another from the under-9s will be mascots for Crawley. Four boys from each age group will form a tunnel when the players run on.

Horsham youngsters reach final – page 55


Friday 11 February 2011


Boss fumes as YM crash to defeat Tom Norris Football

Horsham YMCA’s hopes of avoiding relegation took a dent with this home defeat to fellow strugglers Corinthian Casuals. The hosts produced nothing short of a dismal performance in what had been dubbed a relegation six-pointer, casting them even further adrift at the foot of Ryman League Division One South. Boss John Cumberbatch admitted: “It was incredibly poor. We needed to

stay in touch with teams like this and it is without doubt a major dent. “We put one or two moves together, but not nearly enough to really penetrate the opposition. We could sit here for the next two hours and go through lots of things that were wrong. “Certain people weren’t working hard enough and we lacked all the

Certain people ‘weren’t working hard enough and we lacked all the basics ’

Dayo Oshitola can’t find a way through for Horsham YMCA

basic things that can help you get back in a game, like work rate, passion and a bit of communication. “When you are lacking your quality as well, this is the sort of result you can expect. It was very, very disappointing.” YM were lucky not to be two down inside 15 minutes as Matt Powell and Kane Sergeant squandered good chances. The home side did manage to string a few passes together. Neat work by Scott Harris and Kevin Lott set up Gavin Gordon, but the forward’s effort was straight at goalkeeper Luke

Naughton. Casuals opened the scoring when a poorly defended cross to the edge of the area found Glen Boosey, who turned and beat Mark Fox with a shot the keeper should have saved. YM failed to improve after the break and went two down within five minutes of the restart, nippy striker Shaun Lucien bundling home after Fox’s point-blank save from Sergeant. It got even worse for the hosts when Sam Robinson lashed a fierce volley into the top corner from 25 yards. And the manner of this defeat was

Tempers flare as YM slip to another defeat at Gorings Mead on Saturday

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Boosey 26, Lucien 50, Robinson 72

summed up by the dismissal of Tony Reid, sent off for appearing to kick out at an opponent after a challenge on Fox. Robinson blazed over from the spot, but Casuals comfortably closed out the win to move eight points clear of YM and leave Cumberbatch bemoaning his side’s many deficiencies.

Photos by Chris Woolgar

Swans soar over Steyning Nick Hind Football

Storrington got back to winning ways in this pulsating contest against local rivals Steyning. Derby matches are often great levellers where the form book takes a back seat, so Steyning were looking to grasp an opportunity to end their four-game losing streak. But it was the Swans who produced an away-day performance of ruthless efficiency to break home hearts once more. Kristian Harding was the destructive presence of the first half, snatching a brace inside the opening quarter as Steyning seemingly defended with their eyes shut. The striker curled into the far corner to open his account and smashed a second off the bar from a tight angle. Steyning are an enigma. They produced excellent football in treacherous conditions, working the channels and flanks capably with precise passing, but lacked a killer instinct as numerous chances went awry. Their best chance of the half fell to Dave Harris, who could only turn



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in utter bemusement as goalkeeper Gary Elliott tipped onto the crossbar. It was left to Liam Humphreys to show Steyning how to score as he guided in Harding’s rifled cross. Trailing 3-0 despite having the lion’s share of the half must have been a bitter pill to swallow, but Steyning cranked up their assault after the break. Dave Shearing’s side reduced their arrears after 70 minutes, Harris rifling into the roof of the net after Brian Ray’s shot was parried. But Storrington rode the storm and Jake Cockerton bundled in from a corner to complete the scoring. Looking to the future with his young side, Shearing said: “This is a transitional phase for the club. We’ll be looking to add to the squad and mould a team that is ready to challenge next season.” Storrington boss Ricky Hamilton said: “We were spot-on tactically, defended well and took our chances.”


Friday 11 February 2011


Maggs reeling as Hornets concede 10 in 2 matches Matthew James Sport Editor

John Maggs has seen a lot during his lifetime in football, but rarely can the Horsham boss have felt quite so low as after a nightmare four days. As if a 6-0 hammering at Harrow Borough was not bad enough, the Hornets followed up by crashing to a 4-0 home defeat against Cray Wanderers which could easily have been much worse. Think of a number, double it and add three. You get the idea. Maggs appeared close to tears after holding a lengthy heart-to-heart with his non-playing staff immediately after the latest tonking. He understandably refused to say exactly what had been discussed, but it is safe to assume the turmoil in Egypt and the rising price of fuel were not on the agenda. Although confirming he intended to stay as manager, Maggs admitted he felt “hurt” by Horsham’s recent results, which also include a 7-1 home defeat by bogey side Harrow less than a month ago. Speaking to The Resident with his renowned good grace, experienced Maggs said: “We’ve got to change things on the pitch, the way we play or the personnel. Ten goals conceded in two games speaks for itself. “We were totally outplayed by a very good Cray side who outworked us, had more pace than us and had more ideas. “We need six more wins to stay in this league, but at the moment I can’t see where they’re coming from.” All credit to the devastated boss for fronting up to the media so soon after

Harrow Borough


Hewitt 13, 83, Baptiste 36, 50, 58p, 89



such a crushing defeat. I can think of one or two other managers in Sussex who almost certainly would not have done so. To be fair to Horsham, Cray’s mixture of youth and experience was very impressive and it will not be a surprise if two or three of their younger players go on to better things. The visitors played the first four minutes with outfielder Aaron Day in goal and only 10 men until the real deal, Dave King, finally took his place between the sticks. Almost immediately King was called into action to thwart Gary Charman, but Day could probably have coped fairly comfortably with everything else Horsham had to offer.

six wins ‘toWestayneed in this league, but I can’t see where they’re coming from ’

Cray went ahead after 10 minutes when captain Ross Lover broke through, Alan Mansfield did well to block and Leigh Bremner knocked in the rebound. Horsham struggled to cope with the pace of Bremner, Chris Saunders and the hugely promising Danny Phillips, and the Hornets were lucky not to concede again when Bremner headed straight at Mansfield.


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Bremner 10, Dolby 44p, 86, Phillips 67

There was no such reprieve a minute before half time as Tony Dolby converted a penalty, awarded for Paul Kennett’s foul on Saunders. Cray continued to create chances and stretched their lead midway through the second half, the classy Alex Bentley crossing for former Charlton Athletic youngster Phillips to finish clinically from 15 yards. Substitute Tom Graves cleared off the line from Lover, but Dolby headed his second and Cray’s fourth from Lover’s corner four minutes from time. Referring to Arsenal’s collapse from four goals up at the weekend, one joker in the crowd was moved to shout: “Remember Newcastle!” That sort of gallows humour – or should that be Gallowgate humour? – will help ensure most of the seasonlow league crowd of 144 at least retain their sanity. With the carrot of a potentially historic appearance at The Amex dangling tantalisingly in front of them, Horsham’s dismal run could hardly have come at a worse time. Maggs is pleased by the possibility of a prestigious appearance in the opening match at Falmer, though less happy with the timing of a match in the middle of July. But a sun-drenched day of glory in front of thousands is doubtless far from his mind today. Survival in the Premier Division no longer looks a mere formality.

Lee Carey (right) and four-goal Rocky Baptiste keep their eyes on the ball

Horsham’s Jamie Cade is frustrated against Cray

Photos by John Lines

Jake sets Horsham youngsters on course for final Horsham U15 will face Hawks in the League Cup final after beating Denton and South Heighton (DaSH) 3-0. The semi-final was staged at a neutral ground in Seaford on a 3G pitch, the first time Horsham had played on such a surface. Horsham passed the ball well with a strong wind behind them in the first half, but Zak Comber and Jake Legrange were thwarted by DaSH’s goalkeeper. The second half started with Horsham pushing forward and it was not long before Ian Meadows’ side broke the deadlock. Tom Frankland pushed down the right and put in a delightful ball which worked its way through to Legrange to hammer home. Man of the match Tom Frankland doubled Horsham’s lead, getting

reward for all his hard work by finishing a good move, and Connor Messenger made it 3-0 with a poacher’s goal. The final may be played on March 20, but this depends on the weather and league fixtures.

Felpham Colts edged out Horsham U14 3-2 in blustery conditions on the south coast. Horsham forced a series of early corners and Jordi Walser headed home a flag kick by Zack ConniffBroome to put the visitors in front, but the young Hornets were 3-1 down by the break. Horsham did have a chance to pull a goal back before half time, but Callum Nash’s shot was saved. The second half saw a transformed Horsham camped in the hosts’ half for long spells.

Nash fired wide after being put through by Ross Williams, the hardworking Will Kerr saw several shots blocked or charged down and Harry Masih just failed to get onto a ball from fit-again Joe Petchey. Horsham cut the deficit when another good run and pass by man of the match Kerr found Alex Moore, who finished neatly. Further pressure on the home side ensued, with a string of corners and goalmouth scrambles, but the ball would not run for Horsham. Andrew Roberts produced several good runs down the left, firing in some good crosses that the Felpham defence somehow cleared as they stood firm under a barrage of attacks. Horsham U13 won 4-2 at Rustington Otters in the Hornets’ first league

match for three months. Horsham soon fell behind, but they levelled when Ali Kerr’s persistence and determination allowed Nick Bristow to set up Finn Bigg. It was still 1-1 at half time thanks to a saving tackle by Tom Summerfield. George Palmer broke through to tuck the ball home at his second attempt after his initial shot was parried, but Horsham had to step up a gear after a cross-shot made it 2-2. Jack Reeves and Palmer forced saves before the latter turned provider with a corner, crashed in by Hugo Cowan’s head. Bigg’s shot went agonisingly wide before the Hornets put the result beyond doubt through a cross-shot by Lewis Reeves. Broadbridge Heath U18 defeated

Horsham U18 2-1 at Southwater Leisure Centre in the semi-final of the Sussex County FA Dennis Probee Cup. Michael Woods twice drilled crosses across the face of Horsham’s goal, but on both occasions Heath’s forwards could not get a vital touch. Oli Moore was brought down for a penalty, which Jack Petersen blasted home, and Michael Woods celebrated with a back flip after making it 2-0 with a strike from outside the area. Sub George Hall scored with his first touch, a header, but Heath held out to book a place in the final against Burgess Hill Town on March 10. Horsham U18, who play their home matches under lights at Three Bridges FC, are looking to strengthen their squad. Contact Ivan at ivan. or Annie on 07800 922442.


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