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Residents will be banned from using hosepipes as part of the �irst water restrictions in Horsham district since 2005-6. From April 5, Southern Water will impose restrictions in Sussex and Kent, including bans on:

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Continued from Page 1 “But as the weather gets warmer, the demand for water will rise. To safeguard supplies throughout the summer we need to restrict the amount of water used in gardens.” Water for gardens usually accounts for about six per cent of total supply, but on a hot day this can increase to 70 per cent. A garden sprinkler uses more than 1,000 litres of water an hour – enough to supply six people for a whole day.

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Mr Gough added: “Our customers have always helped us to reduce demand. During the summer of 2006, when we were last in drought, they helped us save 43 million litres of water a day. Their support is greatly appreciated. “While firmly playing our part in

managing supplies, we will continue to offer customers advice on how they can avoid wasting water in the garden and the home, as part of our Save Water, Save Energy, Save Money campaign.” Steve Gilbert, of the RSPB South East, said: “This serious and prolonged drought has already had a big impact on RSPB wetland nature reserves across the region, with dry conditions threatening to impact this spring’s breeding season at many sites. “We are taking steps to use water as efficiently as possible on our reserves. In the wider countryside, prospects are bleak for wildlife that needs moist soil conditions and healthy rivers. “The announcement of a hosepipe ban is a clear signal that we all need to do our bit to reduce our impact on the environment and help avoid further damage. “Saving water will ensure more stable, resilient habitats for the birds and other wildlife that depend on our water environments for their survival.”

The Health and Safety Executive is investigating after two men were trapped under a dumper truck in Warnham. The incident happened at the Brookhurst Wood landfill site, off Langhurstwood Road, shortly before midday on Friday last week. A 39-year-old man suffered a broken leg after being crushed by

a six-tonne dumper truck, while a 36-year-old man suffered an ankle injury before being freed by firefighters. Both were taken to East Surrey Hospital, Redhill. A spokesman for the Health and Safety Executive told The Resident this week: “The HSE is aware of the incident and is making preliminary enquiries.”

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Council’s “exciting” new plans Council not aboard the caravan of love for Horsham town centre Horsham District Council is to extend its consultation on plans to develop parts of Horsham town. The consultation will run between May 4 and June 1. The project aims to steer future changes in the town to maximise its economic potential whilst maintaining and conserving its attractive and historic environment for the benefit of all. Consultants were commissioned to kickstart the project by producing a report which identifies the existing strengths and areas for improvement within the town, and puts forward a vision and strategy for the future. As part of the overall project, Horsham District Council will use this report as a basis to produce planning guidance for future retail, commercial and leisure development in the town. There are a number of opportunities for the wider public to be involved in the initiative. The first was in response to the draft Horsham Town Plan, which was published for consultation on October 28, 2011 for six weeks. The council invited all who live, work and visit the town to give their views on this document and many people gave their views. In light of the comments received during this consultation, the area covered by the draft Horsham Town

Plan has been extended to include The Forum, West Street and Swan Walk. To provide an opportunity for comments on the revised draft Town Plan, a further period of consultation will be run during May and comments on the additional areas are invited. The plan will enable the regeneration of key areas within Horsham town which will increase the vitality and vibrancy of the town. The key areas which have been identified for regeneration are: Albion Way, The Quarter (Piries Place, East Street and Denne Road), The Bishopric, Hurst Road and Nightingale Road area, The Forum, West Street, and Swan Walk. It will help steer potential developers and will act as the council’s starting point for more detailed discussions and proposals that arise in the town over future years. Opportunities for change in the town centre include: • Albion Way – ‘a walkable Albion Boulevard’, with shops lining the street in places. Narrowing carriageways with dedicated bus and cycle lanes, widening pavements, tree lined with safer and more attractive crossing points • Piries Place – new shops, new link from the Carfax through the old King’s Head Hotel service area,

new pedestrian link between East Street and Copnall Way • Bishopric – new shops, new and improved public spaces and better pedestrian and vehicular links to create a western anchor to the town • Hurst Road area – redevelopment of underused railway land and better use of Nightingale Estate for employment, a new hotel on Hurst Road and improved pedestrian links through to the park • The Forum – new shops and the introduction of additional uses such as market uses to enhance the public space • West Street – improvements to street furniture, shop fronts, lighting, paving and signage, a more attractive route from Swan Walk to Sainsbury’s via West Walk and the possible introduction of vehicular traffic • Swan Walk – creation of additional shops within the key retail area of the town The responses received through the additional period of consultation will be considered by officers and members before a draft Horsham Town Plan is presented to the council for adoption in September 2012. Any questions should be addressed to Horsham District Council’s Strategic Planning team on 01403 215398.

Horsham District Council was this week trying to remove this old fire engine, converted into a caravan, from the car park at Billingshurst library. The caravan and a second caravan attached to the back have been taking up seven car parking spaces. A district council spokesman told The Resident: “Horsham District Council was made aware of the situation last Friday. The council’s legal

department is seeking an eviction notice.”

Third raid on Horsham shop Burglars took Moorcroft pottery worth about £20,000 from Samuel Parker, Middle Street, Horsham. Police revealed this week that dishes, plates, vases, clocks and plaques were taken between 5pm on Saturday, March 3, and 9.30am on Monday, March 5. A spokesman for Sussex Police

said: “Devastatingly for the owners, the shop has been targeted three times since June 2011, with Moorcroft being the items stolen each time.” Anyone with any information can phone police on 101, quoting serial 254 of March 5, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

Charity egg-stravaganza underway in Horsham

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The annual Easter egg raffle organised by the Horsham Lions is underway. Seventy-two giant eggs have been delivered to local pubs and hairdressers to attract ticket buyers before the draw on Easter Sunday. Lions spokesman Jacqui Ovenden said: “The proceeds will go to

supplement the money raised by the successful Swimarathon held in February, for three defibrillators shortly to be installed at Millais, Tanbridge House and Forest schools. “The Horsham Lions are very grateful for all the support they get and would like to thank all those taking part this year.”


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More than 700 youngsters descended on Horsham Rugby Club to take part in the West Sussex Minis Festival, sponsored by the Canadian Spa Co. Horsham U8 and U12 were the most successful local teams as both finished on the wrong end of closely fought finals against Haywards Heath. U8 head coach Justin Acres was delighted with the way his squad played as they defeated Hove 6-2, Chichester 5-2 and Midhurst 10-0. Ten players were selected to represent their age group – Thomas Kimber, James Norbury, Henry Webster, Rory Quigley, Samuel Speed, Kane Moir-Eldridge, Max Lewis, Harrison White, Chae Sakakini and Lewis Jones. As well as winning the U8 and U12 competitions, Haywards Heath shared the U10 title with Chichester, while Chi also won the U7 and U11 competitions and Hove took the U9s. John Riley, chairman of Horsham’s mini and junior section, said: “The atmosphere among the children playing, parents and coaches was fantastic and really uplifting. “Massive thanks must go to the organising team of Val Saunders, Fiona Robison, Jane Edevane and Julia Heath, who put in so much hard work in making the festival such a success and remained calm at all times.” A visiting coach said: “One of my highlights was seeing them (the boys) play happily with their opponents Horsham shortly after the final had finished. This is what it is all about – fun and friendship first, second and third.” Horsham will host the senior Sussex Vase and the Sussex Shield this Sunday and the Horsham Minis Festival a week later.


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Why we must plan for a new planning process Nik Butler


My little boy has a truly active imagination. Long are the minutes that he can play unattended and submerged in a narrative and story that unfolds with drama and excitement, heroes and monsters and big finishes with dragons vanquished. However, his imagination pales in comparison to the imagined issues

and activities of “people” who are often part of a “narrative of vindication” when you listen to councillors or council employees discuss planning issues. It’s not the councillors’ or employees’ fault – the process by which a planning application is crafted, modified, reviewed and consulted upon is a lengthy, legal and often cross-communicated affair. The processes can seem a little back-to-front and certainly a little obscure, especially to an outside observer. The opportunities for comment usually arrive after a substantial level of work has occurred on the

plans, and opportunities for discussion can often appear confrontational or subject to antagonism. The chances of there being completely joined up and well considered thought are reduced with every step in that process. Every procedure which takes the concept from a physical issue to a conceptualised plan on paper increases the level of abstraction and oversimplicity. The end result is that officers and elected members are reviewing ideas laid out on paper and it might as well be constructed in Lego for the ease of which it may be interpreted by all the parties concerned.


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Ahead it seems of neighbouring parishes, households in Southwater recently received the spring edition of Horsham District News, containing a centrepage feature on the council’s housing consultation. By strange coincidence, this was in the very week that Horsham District Council’s development management committee was expected to give Berkeley Homes the green light to build on green fields west of the village.

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Details of the eight-week consultation seem deliberately calculated to manipulate public opinion into endorsing the maximum number of new homes suggested by the Locally Generated Needs Study, produced by property consultants GL Hearn. Not only is emotive imagery used to articulate the inchoate concerns of ‘ordinary people’, but it is claimed that particular housebuilding options will result in the creation of specific numbers of new jobs. No credible economist would link specified house-building levels to such precise job numbers.

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you may find that objections outweigh the support, and just as the squeaky wheel gains the most oil so the loudest mouth tends to hold the platform on opinion. Communication and constructive support or opposition needs to be in place at the start of the idea, not after a first plan has been submitted. Planning cannot simply be about those who can, those who will and those who want. The process should not leave people’s voices narrowed down to a few sentences printed on an application. It should be interactive, with people heard long before any legal process or plans begin to take shape, if only to ensure that the stories of real people are folded into the imagination and consequences of future planning applications. Maybe then there is an opportunity to tell a different tale of Horsham District and the dragons of past decisions can finally be slain.

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This is where imaginations roam free, as plans are reviewed and questions are asked of officers who should have the experience and information to provide direction and assistance, hopefully without influencing or impairing the judgment of those responsible for agreeing or rejecting a plan. Often these plans are time sensitive, and budgets may not be available to complete in the event that a plan takes too long to be delivered. Add to the above the economic and retail requirements in the last 20 years which have shifted to an online environment. You are left with plans and strategies which may have been suggested five years ago that are now looking as out of date and historic as pictures of Horsham from 20 years ago. Does anyone remember Chart & Lawrence? Then when opinions are sought (more often than not they are accessible online via the planning portal)

How very sad two days later to find that some mindless person, or people, had decided that what had been put there for the pleasure of others had to be destroyed. Why can’t those responsible apply their minds to some helpful cause, rather than a pastime of vandalism? It beggars belief.

The Resident wants to hear from you! Send your views to our News Editor, Matthew James, at or write to us at Opinion, The Resident, First Floor, 7-8 Sterling Buildings, Carfax, Horsham RH12 1DR We will not publish house numbers, but please include your full name and address with your comments


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Miracle cure? I doubt it We need a local hospital Domestic violence is not cool Simon Clare


Last weekend, as part of my continuing mission to understand why people believe the things they do, I teamed up with a friend from Guildford Skeptics for a joint undercover mission into the fascinating world of alternative therapy and spirituality fairs. These fairs pop up every few months around the South East, providing an opportunity for enthusiasts of non-mainstream medicines and treatments to showcase their wares. Dozens of stalls covered in glittering trinkets, glowing stones and informative leaflets are staffed by enthusiastic proponents eager to answer all your questions about the meditation, massage or medications on offer. Throughout the day free demonstrations are put on, and we chose the one entitled ‘Spiritual healing’. We witnessed a pretty standard display of ‘energy realignment’ on a very willing volunteer which succeeded in making the volunteer feel relaxed. It did look relaxing. When the lady giving the talk went on to claim that this type of hands-off ‘realignment’ would also heal babies and animals, I could hold my silence no longer, and asked how such an effect could possibly be measured. Although the effects are indistinguishable from placebo, people making these claims really do believe them, so there’s no point being nasty about it.

Confirmation bias is a subtle yet powerful force that we are all subject to. When a baby stops crying after healing hands have passed over it, one can be forgiven for thinking it was because of the realignment of the energy and not just that the baby had stopped crying anyway. We went on to pepper the stallholders with good-natured questions. It’s amazing what you are told if you just ask passively, instead of attacking. We were assured by the homeopathy stall that their remedy for jetlag was derived from human pineal glands. Suppressing my laughter, I asked how they obtained human brains for use in their tablets - knowing full well that brains aren’t available to homoeopathic pharmacists. In any case, you couldn’t test for the presence of brain tissue in their medicines as there is not a single molecule of active ingredient in any homoeopathic remedy. Ask a homoeopath to explain this to you, it’s amazing. On a serious note, we encountered a guy selling what he called a ‘miracle cure’ for asthma which also heals burns, as luck would have it. When asked specifically, he assured my asthmatic friend that she could come off her prescribed medicines and switch to his product instead. When challenged to show us evidence and credentials for giving such advice, he squirmed and backtracked. I wonder how many people he gave this advice to before we got there. He tainted an otherwise pleasant afternoon so next time we see him, we’ll be filming.


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How many new homes can our town support? Christine Mucklestone Brook Road, Horsham

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Two women die each week in the UK at the hands or current or expartners. One in four women will be a victim of domestic violence at some point in their lifetime. Police receive one domestic violence related call every minute of every day, yet less than half of all incidents go unreported. I find these statistics terrible and terrifying. Despite this, it seems, too many people see domestic violence as a triviality. Last September, Topman was forced to withdraw a t-shirt from sale after a backlash from the public. The t-shirt said “I’m sorry, but” and had a list of “excuses” including “you provoked me” and “I hate you”. Last month, Chris Brown – who assaulted his ex-girlfriend, Rihanna on the evening of the 2009 Grammys – performed at the 2012 awards ceremony. His attendance at the event received a mixed response. Women’s groups were outraged, but then #womanbeater started trending on Twitter, with numerous young women tweeting that “Chris Brown can beat me any day”. What in the world does this say about modern attitudes to domestic violence? Also last month, controversial animal rights charity PETA received criticism for releasing an advert showing a woman wearing a neck-brace and limping, then returning to her boyfriend who is fixing a hole in the wall. It is shot as an ‘infomercial’ for a fictitious syndrome: Boyfriend Went Vegan and Knocked the Bottom out of Me. Again, I fail to see the funny side. These are just three examples of a worrying trend in making domestic violence socially acceptable. Just in case there’s any doubt, It’s not. Domestic violence is at least a mean, bullying behaviour that noone should be subjected to. In its worst cases domestic violence is horrendous, prolonged physical and mental abuse that destroys its victims. No woman – or man – should have to live in fear of their partner. Here in Horsham, we have our own women’s refuge. It is a fact that shocks me slightly every time I am reminded of it. That here in our nice, safe, low-crime, middle-class town, men are beating their wives and girlfriends to the point that those women choose homelessness. The refuge does an incredible job. It provides residential care, counselling, family support, solicitor appointments and does its best to rehome the women it cares for. More than that, it provides a safe place for women who have nowhere else to turn.


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Davina’s pedal power will help children Timber TV presenter Davina McCall will take to the saddle when she joins riders for the second women-only DIVA100 Sussex bike ride. More than 500 ladies raised over £95,000 for Action Medical Research, the Horsham-based children’s charity, by taking part in a similar event last year. The DIVA100 will offer a choice of two circular countryside routes – 50km and 100km – from Cowdray Park, Midhurst, on Sunday, May 13. McCall, who presents The Biggest Loser, The Million Pound Drop and Got to Dance, said: “Last year’s DIVA100 ride was so special. It was great to get so many women together and to help a charity that is very close to my heart. “The event had a really nice, feelgood atmosphere, was great fun and something that all abilities could do. The route was fantastic, the scenery breathtaking and it was all finished off with a guilt-free burger! “I really hope to see everyone again

for this year’s ride and to make it an even bigger and better event.” Event organiser Sarah Stevenson said: “Last year’s DIVA100 ride was the charity’s first women’s bike ride and the response was so positive we’re actually doing three DIVA rides this year. “The Sussex event is the original. We hope to see last year’s riders and lots of new faces joining us and Davina for another great day’s cycling in such a beautiful area.” Action Medical Research is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and has been funding medical breakthroughs since it began in 1952. The charity is supporting work around meningitis, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, premature birth and very rare conditions that severely affect children. Entry to the bike ride is £28 and participants will also need to raise a minimum of £50 in sponsorship. To sign up, visit diva100

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Why people with learning difficulties ‘feel safer’ A scheme to help prevent bullying, abuse and harassment of people with learning difficulties has been launched in Horsham. The Safe Place scheme is a joint initiative by West Sussex County Council and Sussex Police. Scheme members carry a card that can be presented to staff at participating businesses and shops, displaying their name and the phone number of someone they trust. The scheme is free to join and participating businesses display a

sticker in their windows: “Making our community a safer place.” Rebecca Mason, co-owner of Lookfantastic, said: “We are a local business and everyone who works here lives in or near Horsham, so it’s nice to look after the community.” Cllr Peter Catchpole, county council Cabinet member, said: “This is a fantastic idea that will help people with learning disabilities integrate into the community. “If people with a learning disability

don’t feel safe and feel they cannot move around freely, how can they integrate into their communities?” Chief Insp Sharon Parker said: “I hope the introduction of this scheme in Horsham will assist with helping vulnerable people in going about their lives in the knowledge that support is available.” National statistics indicate that people with a learning disability are four times more likely than others to be robbed with violence or threats.

One in four people with a learning disability says he or she has been physically assaulted, while nine out of 10 people with a learning disability have experienced bullying in the last year. For more information or to join the scheme, visit uk/safeplace, email gary.capelin@ or write to The Safe Places Scheme, The Strawford Centre, Blatchford Close, Horsham RH13 5RG.

Independent timber and builder’s merchant Covers is creating four new jobs as part of its expansion in Horsham. The local firm, which has 12 branches across Sussex and Hampshire, has ambitious plans to move from its current premises on Foundry Lane to a brand new one-acre depot just 300 metres down the road. In addition to creating four new full time posts, the move will allow Covers to increase its stock offering for customers. Operations Director Henry Green said: “As a local independent company we are delighted to be able to announce this expansion which will provide an improved service to our existing and future new customers. “We have a very loyal customer base in Horsham and are pleased to be able to provide them with fantastic new facilities and an extended range of products, as well as our usual competitive prices.” In addition to boasting ample free car parking and its own on-site sawmill facilities, the new Covers depot will see a return to the supply of a range of loose aggregates. Final preparations are currently being carried out on site, which will open to trade and retail mid-March.

£7k for groups Community groups have received more than £7,000 between them from Chanctonbury county local committee. Grants include £2,489 to Steyning Festival, £2,000 to Pulborough Cricket Club for a new scoreboard and protective shutter, £1,300 to Henfield Community Partnership for commemorative flower baskets, £1,038 to Steyning Downland Scheme and £250 to 4SIGHT.

Got a marquee? Organisers of an event to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee need a beer tent on Monday, June 4. Southwater Parish Council, Southwater Action Team, Southwater Sports Club and local volunteers are appealing for someone to provide a 6m by 3m marquee. To help, phone Rachael Dickie on 01403 733202 during office hours or email

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Past & Present

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In case you missed it first time round, our popular historical feature from last year returns, featuring Horsham photographs 60 years apart. 1951 photograph Š Horsham Photographic Society and Horsham Museum. A4 copies of the 1951 photograph are available to purchase at £7.50 from Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, 9 Causeway, Horsham RH12 1HE.


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Here is the news from Jan Leeming

Making the right noises The Horsham Town Band, which has a documented history from 1780, says it will welcome new members. First documented as a pipe and drum band, it regularly appeared at the head of general election parades before it evolved into a concert band. The Horsham Town Band ‘joined’ the Royal British Legion in 1948, becoming an affiliated member of the Horsham branch. Although concentrating on concerts, the band regularly appears in military-style marching formation on days such as St George’s Day and Armistice Day. A spokesman said: “The band will

always welcome new members and players from all walks of life and does not ask for any subscriptions. Membership of the Royal British Legion is required at a cost of less than £20 per annum. “With the exception of the percussion section, and some larger brass instruments, you would also need your own instrument.” For more information, visit www., email horshamrblbandtreasurer@supanet. com or secretary@horshamband., or write to The Sussex Band of The Royal British Legion (Horsham), Edwin Hall, Chichester Terrace, Horsham RH12 1DB.

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Janice Leeming has started work as the new chief executive of Age UK Horsham District. She joined the charity from Age UK East Sussex, where she was director of services and led a team of over 300 staff and volunteers for more than three years. Vivien Lyth, chairman of Age UK Horsham District, said: “We were looking for a chief executive who has the drive and vision to lead us to the next stage of our development. We believe Janice is that person. “As an independent charity, we

need to identify and respond to the changing needs of the increasing and ageing population. “For instance, the number of people over the age of 60 in the 205 square miles of Horsham district is projected to increase to 32,800 by the year 2025, an increase of 60 per cent. “We are looking to strengthen existing, and build new, partnerships which lead to the development of innovative and affordable services that will help to provide an improved quality and enjoyment to later life.”

Boost for kidney patients’ group St Helier and Surrey Kidney Patients’ Association (KPA) raised almost £500 from a collection in Swan Walk on World Kidney Day. Jim Rae, treasurer of St Helier and Surrey KPA, said: “Last year we made £303, this year £472. “More importantly, no fewer than four people in the day especially visited the stand and nurses to ask for renal advice because of what you wrote in The Resident.”

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Move to drive down risks on our roads Helping “older drivers” stay safe is the aim of a new initiative by the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership. Recent DVLA figures show there are well over a million drivers in the UK aged at least 80, with more than 100 over the age of 100. And the number of drivers aged 60-74 is projected to increase by 22 per cent by 2016. Although older drivers are statistically no more likely to be involved in a crash, the risk of death or serious injury can be magnified by the effects of aging. The partnership has designated next week as Older Drivers’ Week, with information events across Sussex including one in Swan Walk on Thursday, March 22, and the following day. A spokesman said: “The aim is to ensure that older motorists, their friends and families and health professionals have all of the information they need to make a positive decision.” For more information, visit www.


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Last week, the 10th annual Microbiz was held, welcoming a record number of guests through the doors. More than 500 people attended the exhibition at the Drill Hall in Horsham, which is aimed at small businesses. Exhibitors included The Resident, Spofforths, Visit Horsham, Foundry Press, BritWeb, Of�load Business Resources and many other companies that offer products and services to those who run or would like to start a small business. In addition to exhibition stands there were also free seminars run by experts and Beeches café set up shop for the day offering refreshments. This year marks a decade of the event, which was celebrated with cake, supplied by Cakes by Sharon Walker, and balloons.

John Peel OBE, chairman of Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership, opened the event and has supported Microbiz since it was created in 2003. He judged a competition to �ind the best small and large stands by exhibitors. The winners were BritWeb, a website design and SEO specialist company and Of�load Business Resources. Both businesses were exhibiting at the event for the �irst time. As a prize, both winners received a full page ad in The Resident, which is a sponsor of the event. Most of the visitors that attended this year’s Microbiz event were small business owners looking to network, take advantage of the free business seminars and source new suppliers. There were also visitors who were thinking of starting a business, who came along seeking inspiration and

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RSPCA gets Gold for a healthy workplace RSPCA has received the first ever Gold Healthy Workplace Award, from Horsham District Council. The Southwater-based charity was recognised in the council’s employee health and wellbeing initiative. Following discussions with staff, healthier living became common at RSPCA, with activities such as yoga, dance and lunchtime walks as well as health workshops, health screenings and healthier options in the staff restaurant. An improved understanding of heart disease, stress management and weight loss were just some of the benefits made available to employees, who are often found thinking of animal welfare before their own. Sue Stafford, manager of employee wellbeing and safety at the RSPCA, said: “The RSPCA achieves its aims through its dedicated staff and volunteers. “Looking after our people and encouraging them to look after themselves therefore supports the animal welfare cause.” The Chairman of Horsham District Council, Councillor Claire Vickers, said: “I am delighted that the RSPCA has achieved this award. “Looking after staff and showing a genuine commitment to health and safety and staff health and wellbeing improves staff morale, increases productivity and reduces staff sickness. “Local businesses have an important role to play in creating Advert AW



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healthy environments and supporting their employees to make healthier choices. “A healthy workplace is better for staff and better for businesses.” The Horsham District Healthy Workplace Awards were launched by Horsham District Council in 2009 as an initiative to help businesses make their workplaces healthier. Many companies qualify for the award and the businesses receive support and information from Horsham District Council. Award winners also qualify for a discount scheme for all of the Horsham District Council leisure facilities. To find out how to make a business a healthier, happier and more productive place to work, call Horsham District Council on 01403 215419 or email publichealth.

Helping Nigel celebrate 40 years on trolleys A member of staff at Sainsbury’s in Horsham is celebrating 40 years of service at the supermarket. Nigel Holloway has been pushing trolleys for his four decades at the store and recently his colleagues helped him celebrate the milestone. He received cake (baked by colleague Heather Lucas) and champagne and chocolates. Banners were also put up around the store and car park to congratulate Nigel on his achievement. The Sainsbury’s employee has worked in three store locations, but has spent the last 15 years at the Worthing Road, Horsham, branch. Mr Holloway said: “I started at the Purley Cross store in 1972 at the age of 18. For £13.75 a week I used to walk quite a way to collect trolleys that were scattered. In those days we didn’t have a car park so people used

to take the trolleys home!” Mr Holloway joined the Horsham store in 1997. He added: “I’ve seen a lot of changes over the years. The way people shop now is so different, I remember fondly the days of Sunday and Monday closing, when the family used to spend happy days out at the coast. “Changes in the way we work too. There are many more trolleys in all shapes and sizes to suit the family, nowadays we have an electric trolley truck which helps a great deal when moving so many trolleys at a time.” According to his peers, Nigel is always looking at how things could be done more efficiently in store and last year received a ‘Shining Star Award’ from Head Office. He said: “it really was a proud moment for me.” Mr Holloway’s ambition now is to reach 50 years of service and to be

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Celebrating 20 years of ‘Learn to Swim’ scheme More than 100 swimming instructors have attended an Olympic-themed seminar to mark the 20th year of a Learn to Swim scheme run by Southern Water. The award-winning programme, organised with the help of the Amateur Swimming Association, supports swimming lessons at more than 85 pools and clubs across Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and the Isle of Wight. The instructors at the seminar, which was held at the K2 leisure centre in Crawley, have all played a key role in helping more than 600,000 young people learn to swim since 1992. They were addressed by Southern Water chief executive Matthew

Wright, Crawley MP Henry Smith and the chief executive of British Swimming David Sparkes. They also heard from Learn to Swim ambassadors Duncan Goodhew MBE, who won Gold at the Olympics in 1980, and five-time Paralympic gold medal winner Sascha Kindred OBE. Henry Smith MP said: “It is fantastic that, in this Olympic year, Southern Water and the instructors are celebrating the 20th year of Learn to Swim. I look forward to thousands more children being able to take part in the years to come.” David Sparkes also praised the scheme, saying that learning to swim was ‘one of the great achievements in a child’s life’.

He added: “I find it staggering that more than 600,000 children have been taught to swim through this scheme. “Learning to swim is one of the great moments in life. It’s up there with learning to walk, talk and ride a bike. It’s something you never forget, as well as being a vital life skill.” His sentiments were echoed by Duncan Goodhew, who won gold in the 100m breaststroke at the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Mr Goodhew said: “When we learn to swim as youngsters, it gives us a great sense of achievement. It makes us feel really big inside and smile from ear to ear. 600,000 children have felt like that thanks to Learn to Swim.”

Southern is celebrating 20 years of its Learn to Swim scheme

National marketing award for Southern Southern, the railway services operator, has won the Automotive/ Transport category for its Southern Adventure campaign at the Chartered Institute of Marketing’s National Marketing Excellence awards. Beating First Group, Stagecoach, Europcar, Peugeot, Heathrow and Gatwick Airport to the prize, Southern Adventure was hailed by the judges who said it was an “Excellent, innovative, educational programme neatly linking all the players together. The campaign demonstrated a phenomenal set of results and benefits of a well thought out marketing plan.” Southern’s fully integrated summer campaign was a hit, capturing the imagination of youngsters and offering passengers great discounts on Advance fares. As well as the traditional methods of marketing such as adverts, leaflets and emails, Southern also distributed some activity packs to children and schools across the Southern Network. These packs were fun and educational promoting the great attractions accessible by train across the Southern network. Working with the National Schools Partnership ensured that this campaign was also

Southern marketing manager Angela Batchelor

a great aide to teachers in those final summer weeks at school. Alistair Buckle, Southern’s Head of Marketing said: “We are delighted to have won such a prestigious award. It’s one thing to win awards within our own industry, but to be recognised nationally across all transport sectors is a fantastic achievement.” When devising the campaign, Southern took the original notion of

attracting more passengers to travel off-peak one step further by making the kids the focus. The idea was to make young people think about the many great days out that could be possible on the Southern network - combining a very nice discount to make the costs family friendly with a snapshot of the tons of stuff to do. To support this element, Southern teamed up with the National Schools

Partnership (NSP), which spread the word to schools and parents with advice and ideas on exciting to places to go by train this summer. The programme also encouraged pupils to continue learning throughout the summer break. NSP also assisted by distributing the packs to primary schools in the Southern catchment area, together with an accompanying lesson plan

available to download from the Sothern website. The packs included a Southern Adventure activity book, adventure map, crayons, badge, moustache and a jelly bean sweetie train. Southern provides services in south London and between central London and the south coast, through East and West Sussex and Surrey and parts of Kent and Hampshire.



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Millais musicians team up with RAF for charity concert James Hood Entertainment Editor

Musicians from Millais School will be performing in part of a charity concert with the Central Band of the Royal Air Force at The Capitol on Friday, April 13 The Central Band of the Royal Air Force is one of the premier military bands in the UK. They have represented the RAF at every major military

event and performed at prestigious concert venues across Britain. Pupils from the school have arranged the concert by the Central Band to raise money for Help for Heroes. Tickets for the evening are expected to sell out. The RAF band will perform the first act. Following an interval, 12 girls from the school will take to the stage to perform in the band. Helen Cockcroft, aged 16 and a Grade 8 Oboe player, said: “To play in a band alongside 50 professional

musicians is a fantastic opportunity. “I have been fortunate enough to visit the band on three occasions and the experience has not only given me the chance to play a different genre of music but has also helped to shape my career ambition to be in a military band.” Millais School has a long-standing relationship with the Salon Orchestra and Central Band of the Royal Air Force. Each year some musicians from the school are invited to RAF Northolt where they spend a day rehearsing with the Band as well as receiving a tour round other areas of the RAF Station. Lucy Keeling 14, the event Chairperson for the concert added: “I was delighted to be asked to organise this concert in aid of Help for Heroes although it is quite daunting to have to organise a concert for an audience of 400 people. We are working very hard to ensure the evening is

presented professionally, an enjoyable experience for the audience and at the same time generates funds for Help for Heroes.” Rob Jordan, chief technician and the RAF band’s media and communications officer added: “The Central Band of the Royal Air Force has played all over the world in the finest concert venues. Sometimes however, working in smaller concert venues inevitably brings the band closer to the audience. “To have a concert organised by such young people is a first for the Central Band and to have musicians from a school playing with us during the concert is also very rare but the Millais girls all have the necessary talent. I have no doubt that the evening will be spectacular and one to remember.” To book tickets visit www. or call 01403 750220.

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Friday 16th March Jellyhead at The Malt Shovel, Horsham Mike Whiteley & Philip Lymbery at The Tanners Arms, Horsham

Saturday 17th March Hollows Of Venus at The Malt Shovel, Horsham Okee Dokee Band at The Queen’s Head, Horsham

Furious Badgers at The Tanners Arms, Horsham South Of 55th at The Foresters Arms, Horsham Quo-Caine at The Shelley Arms, Broadbridge Heath, Horsham

The Collector - Redwood Falls - No Face at The Dun Horse, Mannings Heath Swing Commanders at Cowfold Village Hall (Charity Event - £14) The Reaction at The Kings Arms, Billingshurst

Tuesday 20th March Open Mic Night With Dave Toye & Friends at The Coach House, Cowfold

David Rovics at The Anchor, Horsham, with support from The Tandem. £3 entry, doors open 7.30pm Wednesday 21st March Open Mic Night with Terry at The Tanners Arms, Horsham

Friday 23rd March The Amazing Brothers Zeppelinos (Led Zep Tribute Band) at The Malt Shovel, Horsham Monikers at The Queen’s Head, Horsham

Highlights at The Hawth Sat 17 March 7.45pm (studio)

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Millais girls visiting No 32 (The Royal) Squadron at RAF Northolt Sun 1 April 3pm

Armonico Consort and Orchestra of the Baroque with Nicola Benedetti (violin) performs Scarlatti, Vivaldi and Bach

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Grimethorpe Colliery Band An afternoon of music from one of the world’s most famous bands

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Chinese State Circus A live spectacular featuring martial arts, acrobatics and circus skills Mon 26 & Tue 27 March 7.45pm (studio)

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Yes, Prime Minister The smash-hit comedy, direct from two sell-out West End seasons

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Glenn Miller Orchestra Swinging Down Memory Lane - the music of the 1940s

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Big plans for those about to rock Danny Randon


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Having cemented their reputation as one of West Sussex’s �inest tribute bands, �iring out a handful of electrifying local performances over the past year, AC/DC tribute band Bad Boy Boogie are gearing up for what could be one of their largest and most exciting gigs yet. After packing out local pub The Bedford back in December, this �ivepiece are dusting off their wigs and returning to The Holbrook Club on

Saturday, March 24, and are anticipating that the venue will be packed to the rafters. This �ive-piece have a large repertoire of AC/DC’s classic anthems to �ill their extensive setlist with, and are to be joined by fellow tribute act Stone Gossard & The Wonderbras, who will be performing grunge legends Pearl Jam’s critically acclaimed debut album, ‘Ten’. To tell us about Bad Boy Boogie’s ascent to the top of the tribute band hierarchy, we spoke exclusively to frontman Paul Davis and lead guitarist Si Leach, to tell us what the future holds for the band:

Paul, you’ve been in the band for about a year now; have you adjusted well? How have the Horsham crowds been treating you? PAUL: “I’ve been treated very well! There were some big boots to �ill with Steve’s (Weaver, Bad Boy Boogie’s previous frontman) departure, although not as big as his permed wig!” I understand you guys went off to record some demos for the �irst time recently, how was the recording experience for you all? P: “Recording was really good fun, but it was strange playing bits at different times. Hats off to our engineer Jez though, top job!” SI: “Recording was a great experience, and a pleasure to play with such talented musicians. We managed to record three complete songs in 6 hours, but it does help when most of it was done in one take!” You’re currently preparing for what could be one of your biggest gigs yet, but what have you got in store for the people of Horsham? S: “We always love playing the Holbrook. It’s the one venue in town where we can guarantee getting everyone in; we’ve played pub gigs in Horsham, and although they

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are great fun, there’s nothing worse than knowing that people are being turned away. We have a great support act though, so it should be a stormer!” P: “It’s just a rock ‘n’ roll! But we will be adding more previously unperformed tracks from AC/DC’s back catalogue that we’ll ‘inject’ into our set…” Do either of you have any out-ofthe-ordinary pre-gig rituals? P: “I wish! I’m too busy lugging all the gear in!” S: “Even after 17 years I still get slight pre-show nerves, but as long as I’ve had a few beers, my wig is

on straight and my guitar is in tune, nothing else matters.”

What do Bad Boy Boogie have planned for the rest of the year? S: “Our recent studio recordings are nearing the �inal mix and sound fantastic, and we hope to use these to promote ourselves and play some other bigger venues around the South-East.” P: “I’m looking forward to playing the bigger venues, we’re well on our way and we reckon that Dirty DC (Brighton-based AC/DC tribute band) might be looking over their shoulder now!”

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THE RAT PACK IS BACK Saturday 14 April 7.30pm Britain’s longest running tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr. The Rat Pack are backed by the fabulous Don Hunt Swing Band.

Saturday 17 March 8pm One thing is certain, men and women live on two different planets. Everyone has been confronted with, or irritated by incomprehensible behaviour on the part of the opposite sex. Why is this? The answer lies in this witty one man show based on John Gray’s educational best-selling book.

BILL ODDIE UN-PLUCKED Tuesday 24 April 7.30pm Behind the scenes with TV’s favourite wildlife man & his producer Stephen Moss. These life long birders share memories and stories from 15 years of some of the most popular natural history series ever made.

CELTIC DREAM Sunday 18 March 7.30pm Embodying the true spirit of the Emerald Isle, this production is a breathtaking myriad of brilliant choreography, phenomenal vocals, astounding musicianship and glittering costumes. The ultimate Irish experience.

TJ HIGGS Wednesday 25 April 7.30pm Described as “A Thoroughly Modern Medium”, Tracy J Higgs brings a uniqueness through Mediumship to her audience. Delivering messages from loved ones with the utmost accuracy, compassion and finer detail, TJ leaves her audience in no doubt that she connects with spirit.

4 POOFS AND A PIANO Friday 23 March 8pm Having filmed 16 series as the house band on BBC’s ‘Friday Night with Jonathan Ross’ 4 Poofs and their piano are making a welcome return to stage with a brand new show titled Back in Business containing their popular brand of irreverent humour together with lush harmonies.

AN EVENING OF BURLESQUE Thursday 26 April 8pm It’s all tease, no sleaze, as corsets, killer heels and stockings aplenty, sultry vocals, breathtaking choreography, mischief, magic, frivolity and fun collide in this sizzling spectacular show. Over 18s only.

LITTLE BELTER Sunday 1 April 8pm Critically acclaimed artist Elouise takes on some of the biggest, most difficult show-stopping melodies ever written. In an unforgettable musical journey she performs ballads by the likes of Barbara Streisand, Judy Garland and Dusty Springfield.

COUNT ARTHUR STRONG’S ‘COMMAND PERFORMANCE’ Thursday 5 April 8pm This showbiz legend and raconteur, returns to the stage to remind us just what we’ve been missing since his heyday at the very top of the entertainment business…

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Vienna Festival Ballet brings Swan Lake to Horsham One of the best-known love stories on stage is coming to The Capitol, performed by the Vienna Festival Ballet. The production of Swan Lake includes lavish costumes, stunning scenery, international stars, and the glorious music from Tchaikovsky. According to its producers the ballet is the most popular in the world and captures a spectrum of human emotion - from hope to despair, terror to tenderness and melancholy to ecstasy. It’s an evening not to be missed On stage Thursday, April 12 at 2.30pm and 7.30pm. To book tickets visit or call 01403 750220. To find out more about the ballet company visit www. or find them on Facebook at viennafestivalballetcompany

‘Nothing less than wonderful’ act comes to town

Count Arthur Strong, showbiz legend and raconteur, returns to the stage to remind us just what we’ve been missing since his heyday at the very top of the entertainment game. Count Arthur is back, by pubic demand, with extended dates for his ‘Command Performance’ tour. So get your Maltesers out, roll your trouser legs up and sit back and enjoy this potentially wonderful show. Pausing only to glance up from your program to ask when the interval is, you’ll have never seen anything like it - whatever it is. Arthur is ably assisted in the Command Performance by Terry Kilkelly, playing Malcolm and Renee, and Dave Plimmer, as Dad’s Army’s Alan Leslie. Steve Delaney created Count Arthur Strong while studying at the Central School of Speech and Drama in the 1980s. During his career as an actor he recreated the character for an outing at the Edinburgh Fringe in the mid 90’s. The character quickly became an Edinburgh Festival Fringe institution with his famed lecture talks gaining both a cult following and huge critical acclaim. Following his successes in Edinburgh, hit shows from Forgotten Egypt, to The Man Behind the Smile

Festival ‘Vienna Ballet, with

its talented array of young artistes, ensures you won’t see dancers going through the motions

Oxford Times

production ‘This looks and feels absolutely right’ Worthing Herald

sold out comedy festivals around the country and toured extensively. In 2004 the character moved firstly onto BBC Radio 2 as a regular guest on the Mark Radcliffe Show, and then onto BBC Radio 4 in Count Arthur Strong’s Radio Show. The show won the Sony Award for Best Radio Comedy in 2009 and the seventh series is currently airing at 6:30pm on Tuesday’s on BBC Radio 4. Now a cornerstone of BBC Radio comedy, it has created a national audience who get the joke. A Count Arthur Strong TV project is currently in development with Talkback Thames for BBC2. The Mirror said: “Forever the nearly man of show business and an expert mangler of words, Count Arthur is nothing less than wonderful… one of the greatest comic creations of this century, Count Arthur is compulsory viewing.” While the Mail on Sunday commented: “Malapropisms, spoonerisms, tall stories and archive footage meticulously stitched together… it is an immaculate performance.” Showing at The Capitol on Thursday, April 5 at 8pm. Get your tickets by visiting or calling 01403 750220.

Showing on the big screen The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel


A lesson that life and love can begin at any stage in life if you learn to let go of the past. The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel stars Judy Dench and Slumdog Millionnaire’s Dev Patel.

Mark Wahlberg’s back! In this movie he plays a security alarm installer who heads to Panama to score millions of dollars to save his brother-in-law from a drug lord. Fastpaced action and drama.

Transplanted to Mars, a Civil War vet discovers a lush planet inhabited by 12-foot tall barbarians. Finding himself a prisoner of these creatures, he escapes, only to encounter a princess who is in desperate need of a saviour.

Nanny McPhee arrives to help a young mother who is trying to run the family farm while her husband is away at war. Starring Emma Thompson and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Showing on Saturday at 10.30am. Tickets £2.

John Carter 3D

Nanny McPhee 2

For more information or to book tickets visit or call The Box Office on 01403 750220


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16th March

Charity Film Night

AGM - Members only Monday 26th March - 8pm start Billingshurst Macmillan Support Group are holding a �ilm night at 7.30pm at The Village Hall, Billingshurst. Tickets £5.50, available from, Mansell McTaggart or on the door. The �ilm for March will be War Horse.

Easter Egg Hunt for all ages Sunday 8th April - 12 noon start All Welcome British Legion Coffee Morning Saturday 14th April - 10am start All Welcome Race Night - Great Fun For All Saturday 14th April - 8pm start

17th March

Table Top & Car Boot Sale

17th March

St Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt

17th March

Replica Radio at The Bedford

Now most major credit cards are accepted Holland’s Way, Warnham, Horsham, RH12 3RH 01403 211747 - 07833 553148 (Steward)

Guests welcome

Table top and car boot sale from 10.30am1pm. Stalls, refreshments and more. Car boot sale is subject to weather. At The Salvation Army, Booth Way, Horsham, RH13 5PZ

Follow cryptic clues around Horsham town, answer questions, collect stamps and earn points to win prizes. Prizes include hair and beauty treatment, dinner in local restaurants and more. Register at Piries Bar from 1pm. Return your completed answer sheet by 9pm to be entered into prize draw. Entry £10 per team. Teams of 4-8 people. Fancy dress optional. Proceeds collected by Horsham Rotary, who will distribute to charities.

Photo by Gavin Pitts Photography

Cover band Replica Radio are playing at The Bedford, Station Road, Horsham. The high energy band cover rock and pop hits, modern day tunes to the old classics. Music from 9pm.

18th March

Barnstormers Comedy

18th March

20th March

Regular stand up comedy at The Capitol. Each month compere Kevin Precious introduces three top acts from the London circuit. This month, Alan Francis and Ian Cognito, with the third act TBC. Starts at 7.30pm. Tickets £10, to book call 01403 750220 or

A 110 feet abseiling event will take place from the top of the So�itel Hotel, Gatwick North Terminal in aid of The Dame Vera Lynn Trust For Children With Cerebral Palsy. A £25 deposit is required and a further sponsorship of £75 is required for entry. Please contact Rosie Wyer on 01403 780444 or

David Rovics at The Anchor Hotel, Market Square, Horsham, as part of his 2012 European tour. £3 entry, doors open 19.30. With support from The Tandem.

21st March

23rd March

23rd March

A wildlife talk ‘Within a mile of Lavender Cottage’ is taking place at Warnham Nature Reserve Visitor Centre. The talk by John Richardson will be held from 7.30pm-9.30pm. Tickets are £3 for adults and £1.50 for under 16s. Booking essential, call 01403 259592.

Mary How Trust’s popular Quiz Night at Fittleworth Village Hall. Tickets cost £12 per person and include a �ish supper. (Vegetarian option available). Teams of 4. Doors open at 7pm, and the quiz starts at 7.30pm. Licensed bar, raf�le, and team prizes. For tickets call 01798 877641.

Featuring JD Mr Soul Machine (supported Alexander O’Neil, The Temptations, Beverly Knight, Tavares) complete with disco. Doors open 7.30pm until 11.30pm. Bar open until 11.30pm and restaurant until 9pm. Members £5 / Non-Members £7. Call club to book tickets on 01403 751150

Warnham Nature Reserve Talk

Charity Abseil

Mary How Trust Quiz Night

David Rovics at The Anchor Hotel

Motown Magic

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27th March

Band Night at The Holbrook Club, Horsham featuring Bad Boy Boogie. Doors open 7pm, bar open until 11.30pm Members £1 / Non Members £6. Call Club to book tickets on 01403 751150

An ‘Introduction to Amphibians and How to Survey for them’ course is taking place at Woods Mill, Hen�ield. The event will take place from 3.30pm to 10.30pm. Tickets are £25 for members and £35 for nonmembers. To book, call 01273 497561.

The Old School in Storrington is holding a reunion get-together from 2.30–5.50pm. Tea and cake available. Come alone, or bring a friend. Bring your old school reports, photos or memorabilia to help build up a history to develop an exhibition. See www. for more info.

27th March

31st March

31st March

The next presentation from the Mary How Trust Film Society will be My Week With Marilyn (15) at West Chiltington Village Hall; screenings at 3pm and 7.30pm. Tickets £5.00, including membership. Tickets on the door or call 01798 877641. For more info see

Jumble sale in Colgate Village Hall starting at 1.00pm. Refreshments available. Admission 50p. All proceeds in aid of the Village Hall maintenance fund.

Billingshurst Choral Society with the Sinfonia of Arun and soloists will be performing Haydn’s ‘Creation’. At Billingshurst Leisure Centre, 7.30pm. Tickets cost £12, students £6. For more details and tickets call 01403 741576 or email tickets@

7th April

Horticultural Society Spring Show

14th April

Catstravaganza Fundraising Sale

14th April

Southwater Horticultural Society’s Spring Show at the Village Hall, Church Lane, Southwater. The show will be open from 2pm and will feature spring �lowers, crafts and cookery. Tickets are 50p for adults, children go free. For details and forms to take part, call 01403 710266.

Cats Protection Horsham Branch are holding a fundraising sale at North Heath Hall, St. Marks Lane, Horsham at 2-4pm. Home-made cakes, tombola, raf�le, gifts, bric-a-brac, toys, jewellery, games, CDs, DVDs and books. Free entry but donations of cat food or litter warmly received. For more info see horsham

Warnham’s Spring Flower Show is taking place at Warnham Village Hall. The event will take place from 2pm-4.30pm and will feature spring �lowers, handicrafts, children’s exhibits, refreshments, cookery and a raf�le. Entry is free but donations are welcome.

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20th April

21st April

The annual Model Railway Exhibition is being held on Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15 at Tanbridge House School. The exhibition will be open 10am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-4.30pm on Sunday. Tickets are £5.50 for adults, £3.50 for children and £15 for families. For more info, visit

Billingshurst Macmillan Support Group are holding a �ilm night at 7.30pm at The Village Hall, Billingshurst. Tickets £5.50, available from, Mansell McTaggart or on the door. The �ilm for April will be The Artist.

Sale of good quality ladies’ accessories to raise funds for Home Start Crawley, Horsham and Mid-Sussex. 10am - 1pm at St John’s the Evangelist Church, Church Hall, Spring�ield Road, Horsham. Entry: 50p for adults, children under 16 free. For further details call 01293 416327 or email info@

Band Night at The Holbrook Club

Mary How Trust Film Society

Model Railway Exhibition

An Introduction to Amphibians

Jumble Sale

Charity Film Night

Storrington Old School Reunion

Haydn’s ‘Creation’

Spring Flower Show

Belts, Bags and Baubles


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Unique, detached character cottage

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From my home office in Horsham, West Sussex, I offer a range of legal services to individuals from conveyancing (buying or selling your home) to preparing your will and lasting power of attorney or dealing with the estate of a loved one. I can help guide you through what can be a difficult and stressful time in your life by providing a friendly and personal, professional service. You can be assured of easy, direct access to me and a completely confidential legal service. I take my client care very seriously and always try to go “that extra mile” to establish a strong relationship with clients and other professionals. What can I do for you ? • • • • • •

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Guy Leonard & Company is delighted to bring to the market a most unique thatched one bedroom character detached residence set in the delightful downland village of Amberley. Amberley is one of the most picturesque of West Sussex villages, nestling in the cleft of the South Downs and is the haunt of artists and

country lovers alike. The property is a glorious individual detached cottage in the heart of the village and offers an open �ireplace, exposed timbers and compact accommodation making it ideal for a lock up and leave or a holiday cottage. Outside there is an attractive small courtyard area ideal for a table and

chairs. A viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this delightful cottage. The guide price is £295,000 for the freehold interest. For further information and/or an appointment to view, please contact Guy Leonard & Company on 01903 742354 or visit www.guyleonard.

Hamptons International Lettings are delighted to offer three newly refurbished two bedroom apartments situated in the centre of Horsham town centre. All three apartments are available to let at £800 pcm with availability from the end of March. The three apartments comprise

entrance hall with doors leading to a newly �itted kitchen with appliances, a large living/dining room, master bedroom with built in wardrobes, a large second double bedroom and a newly �itted white bathroom suite with power shower over bath and separate wc. To the rear and front aspect the apartments offer

permitted parking and communal grounds, which are mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. The properties will be available to view from Wednesday 21st March. To book an appointment to view please contact Hamptons International on 01403 839053 or by email

44 Pollards Drive Horsham West Sussex RH13 5HH 01403 267377

Refurbished apartments available to let in Horsham town centre

Wide selection of stunning properties to rent Leaders Limited, the area’s leading specialist Letting Agent, is pleased to offer a superb selection of stunning properties available to rent. Examples of what is currently on offer: A unique and exceptionally spacious 2 double bedroom house in the popular village of Broadbridge Heath; A range of centrally located executive 2 bed 2 bath apartments, all within a short walk of the town centre; Unique split level apartment with spiral staircase and mezzanine level in Hurst Court; A lovely 4/5 bedroom detached “Wells” thatched cottage in rural West Chiltington;

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Bury, Pulborough, West Sussex

Spacious family house with self-contained annexe Pulborough 5 miles (London Victoria 72 mins), Horsham 17 miles Set in an impressive Grade II listed mansion in the charming Downland village of Bury. Communal entrance hall and lift, drawing/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, 2 further bedrooms, bathroom. Oak-framed car port with parking for 2 vehicles, communal landscaped gardens, secure store located within outbuilding. Guide price: ÂŁ435,000 01403 339180


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Goose Green, West Sussex

A most attractive detached family house Horsham 10.5 miles (London Victoria/London Bridge 55 mins) Situated in the pleasant rural hamlet of Goose Green, approximately 2½ miles from the village of West Chiltington. 3 reception rooms, cloakroom, fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 6 bedrooms, 2 en-suite shower rooms, family bathroom. Detached triple garage. In all about 2 acres. Guide price: £1,150,000 01403 339180



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A spacious 1 double bedroom first floor retirement apartment, designed for those over the age of 60, with an on-site manager, well tendered communal gardens and ample resident’s parking, situated in this popular village within 2 miles of Horsham. NO CHAIN.


A purpose built ground floor studio apartment located at the rear of this small select block backing onto communal gardens. Benefits from an allocated parking space, double glazed windows and night storage heathers. Ideal first time or investment buy and would let out for £500 per month.


A good sized, 3 bedroom, mid-terraced family home with 47’ x 23’ east facing rear garden, situated in a cul-desac of similar sized houses, within the catchment area of Holbrook and North Heath primary schools and half a mile from Littlehaven station. NO CHAIN.



A 1 double bedroom, first floor apartment, designed for those aged above 55, presented in excellent order, located on the tree-lined area of The Causeway, within close proximity of the town centre and railway station. Communal gardens and resident’s parking.






A stunning 2 double bedroom, west facing top floor apartment of 669 sq ft with Juliet balcony and allocated parking, built by Rydon Homes in 2005, situated in a secure gated complex, within 0.8 miles of Horsham railway station. Ideal first time or investment buy.


A 2 bedroom semi-detached house built in 1990 by Galliford Sears Homes, with 42’ x 23’ corner plot garden, offering tremendous scope to extend if required, 2 allocated parking spaces and refitted kitchen/breakfast room with high gloss units. Ideal first time or investment buy.


An immaculately presented, 2 double bedroom, top floor retirement apartment of 707 sq ft, designed for those aged over 60 with an on-site manager, built by McCarthy & Stone in 2004, situated in a convenient position within 0.8 miles of the town centre. NO CHAIN.


A 2 double bedroom, semi-detached bungalow, built in the 1960s with 30’ x 30’ west facing rear garden and 23’9 double length garage, coming to the market for the first time in 40 years, situated in a cul-de-sac of only 10 properties. Requires updating throughout.





A 3 bedroom, 3 reception room, semi-detached house built in the 1950s, with 58’ x 33’ west facing corner plot garden, offering tremendous scope to extend, situated on the popular west side of town within walking distance of excellent schools, park, railway station and town centre.




A 3 bedroom end of terrace house with part tiled elevations, built by Gleeson Homes in 2005, with landscaped garden, parking, situated in a very quiet position within a short distance of country walks, Christs Hospital public school and railway station.


An attractive 3 bedroom, 2 reception room, extended detached character lodge in a semi-rural location adjacent to open farmland, well maintained and greatly improved by the current owner, 93’ x 51’ south and west facing gardens, 22’ x 10’8 garage/workshop. NO CHAIN.


TRAFALGAR ROAD, HORSHAM Prices From £320,000

A stunning selection of 3 double bedroom, town houses, built in 2011 by Anbeck Homes, situated on the west side of Horsham, within close proximity of the town centre, Horsham park, railway station and excellent schools. 10 years NHBC guarantee and allocated parking.







A 3 bedroom semi-detached Victorian home in a semirural location adjoining open fields and requiring extensive renovation. Planning permission was granted for a 2 storey side extension including sitting room, cloakroom, first floor master bedroom with ensuite and family bathroom.


A 4 bedroom detached family residence of 2,748 sq feet, built in 1877 with later additions and a 2 bedroom detached self-contained cottage, situated off a desirable country lane boasting a private elevated position set within approx. 1.94 acres. Carriage driveway and detached double garage.


A 3 bedroom, semi-detached house, built in the 1930s, updated and greatly improved by the current owners, with 137’ x 45’ east facing rear garden, situated in a semi-rural location. Comprising sitting room with fireplace, 21’10 x 18’2 kitchen/dining room and refitted family bathroom.




A substantial 4 bedroom detached family home, built in 2000 by Albany Homes, occupying a plot in excess of 2 acres and enjoying stunning views of the South Downs National Park with detached self-contained office suite, outdoor heated swimming pool and adjoining gymnasium.

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A 1-bedroom first floor apartment for the over 55’s within easy level walking distance of the High Street. Communal hall, inner hall, lounge, kitchen, shower room, communal parking area, communal gardens.


A McCarthy and Stone first floor apartment for those aged 60 years built about 10 years ago in the centre of the village close to all amenities. Entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom, communal gardens, residents’ parking.


A well-appointed 2-bedroom ground floor apartment in a warden-assisted block close to all village amenities. Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, communal gardens and residents’ parking area.



On a small development of only 4 new homes situated immediately off the High Street, an individually-designed 3-bedroom semi-detached house. Entrance hall, lounge/ dining room/fitted kitchen, cloakroom, bathroom, patio area, permit parking.










THE RIDE, IFOLD £399,950

A modernised semi-detached property built in the 1950’s situated within easy walking distance of the High Street. 2 bedrooms, bathroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, central heating and double glazing, hard standing for 3 vehicles, 75’ west-facing rear garden.

A well-presented semi-detached Georgian-style property situated on the popular Penfold Grange development. 3 bedrooms (en-suite to master), cloakroom, family bathroom, lounge, kitchen/dining room, utility room, single garage, rear and side gardens.

A 3-bedroom mid-terrace property built in the 1940’s situated close to the village centre. Entrance hall, sitting room, recently re-fitted kitchen and bathroom, conservatory, parking for two cars, landscaped rear garden with large terrace.

Situated in a quiet residential road, a detached bungalow built in the 60’s now in need of modernisation. Cloakroom, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen/ breakfast room, conservatory, south-facing rear garden, garage and driveway.

A beautifully-presented ground floor luxury apartment finished to an extremely high standard set in a gated development. 2 bedrooms (master with en-suite), bathroom, combined reception room/kitchen with French doors to small decking terrace, allocated parking space.

A detached modern house built in 1981 situated in a small cul-de-sac of individual properties within walking distance of the main line station. 3 bedrooms, lounge, dining room, fitted kitchen, cloakroom, bathroom, double garage, gardens surrounding all four sides.

A semi-detached 3-bedroom property built in the 1960’s set in a no-through road. Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen, lobby, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms, recently re-fitted bathroom, wood flooring to ground floor, parking for 2 cars, front and rear gardens.

A detached bungalow built in the 1930’s with ample scope for further modernisation (STPP) set on a mature plot of about a third of an acre. Central hall, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, garden room, boarded loft space, large single garage, mature gardens.






A 4/5 bedroom detached house with extended accommodation situated at the end of a small cul-de-sac. Lounge, dining room, family room, conservatory, kitchen/ breakfast room, cloakroom, bedroom 5/office, en-suite, bathroom, double garage, gardens.



An executive-style detached property built approx. 13 years ago. 4 bedrooms (master with en-suite), family bathroom, cloakroom, sitting room, dining/family room, study, kitchen/ breakfast room, conservatory, family bathroom, detached double garage, front and east-facing rear garden.


A detached 4-bedroom house under construction close to the village centre. Cloakroom, master bedroom with ensuite bathroom, guest bedroom with en-suite, 2 further bedrooms, family bathroom, 2 reception rooms, kitchen/ breakfast room, part integral garage, gardens to 3 sides.


A detached 4-bedroom chalet-style property set in 13 acres of paddocks with lightly wooded areas. Cloaks/ shower room, lounge, dining room, study/bedroom 4, farmhouse-style kitchen, breakfast room, utility, bathroom, 4 loose boxes, 4-bay barn for up to 6 cars.

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A purpose built first floor apartment with stunning views across the River Arun towards the South Downs. 2 double bedrooms, sitting room with balcony, kitchen, bathroom, communal gardens, carport.


A Victorian mid terrace cottage within short walk of the market square. Sitting room, kitchen/dining room, kitchen with excellent range of units, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, useful study area, south facing garden.


Detached family home built approx 3 years ago on the fringe of the village. 3 bedrooms (1 en-suite), sitting room, kitchen/dining room, cloakroom, family bathroom, south easterly facing rear garden and garage.

A spacious end terrace town house conveniently located within a stone’s throw of the High Street. 3 double bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen, large bathroom, garage, patio style front garden, east facing rear garden.







A second floor apartment with panoramic views in a gated development on the sea front built in1999. 2 double bedrooms (1 en-suite), sitting room with balcony, kitchen, bathroom, communal gardens, garage.









A modern detached bungalow situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park. 2 double bedrooms, sitting room, dining area, kitchen, bathroom, separate W.C., parking, detached garage, carport, gardens.

An older style terraced cottage offering deceptively spacious accommodation. Sitting room, dining room, dry cellar area divided into 2 rooms, conservatory, kitchen/ breakfast room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, garden.

A spacious detached bungalow built in the 1980’s. 2/3 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room/bedroom 3, kitchen/ breakfast room, conservatory, bathroom, ample parking, secluded 63ft x 52ft east facing rear garden.




Detached house built in 1939 with views towards the South Downs. Sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, 3 bedrooms, family room/bed 4, cloaks, bathroom, utility/workshop, ample parking, gardens.

Older style detached bungalow in semi-rural location with flexible accommodation in approx 1/3 of an acre. 3 bedrooms, good sized sitting/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, garden, various outbuildings, ample parking.

A modern detached house affording versatile accommodation. 5 bedrooms (2 with en-suite), 2 reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, 2 garages, additional parking, south facing rear garden.

Detached house with stunning views in westerly facing plot of approx 0.25 of an acre. 2 receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, playroom, utility room, 5 beds (1 en-suite), 2 baths, cloakroom, 2 garages, parking.




Superb detached bungalow built in 1946 with panoramic views in plot of approx 0.42 on an acre. adjoining fields. 3 double bedrooms, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, wet room, 2 reception rooms, conservatory, double garage.



A detached family home built in 2000 in a sought after close. 4 bedrooms (master en-suite), sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, cloakroom, conservatory, double garage, west facing rear garden.


Spacious chalet style property in plot of approx. 0.25 of an acre with stunning views towards the South Downs. 3 bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, study, bathroom, shower room, garage, utility, parking for 5/6 cars.


Detached single storey equestrian property in approx. 2.4 acres. 4 bedrooms (1 en-suite), 4 receptions, kitchen/ breakfast room, utility, bathroom, shower room, double garage, stabling, paddock, outbuildings.

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oPEN DaY saTUrDaY 17Th marCh 2012 10.30am – 3Pm CaLL For aN aPPoINTmENT a substantial family home in a much sought after rural setting, on the edge of horsham, offering versatile accommodation and with a beautiful, secluded garden. The property, built by Berkeley homes in 2000, is approached via a large pea shingle drive leading to a triple garage. The spacious and light accommodation includes a principal suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom, a guest suite, potential annexe accommodation and grounds extending to approximately 0.75 of an acre.


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dial post £1,225,000 Set in approximately seven acres, a beautifully presented Grade II Listed family home with a wealth of charm and character with exposed beams and open fireplaces including an inglenook, stabling, barn and garaging; situated in a rural location between Horsham and ashington and surrounded by miles of open countryside and with access to the Knepp Estate only a short distance away.


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A charming two bedroom, two reception room end terrace cottage situated in an attractive hidden location designated as an area of Special Character. Many period features including exposed timbers and inglenook fireplace, but with homecomforts including new kitchen with fitted appliances, luxury bathroom, new heating and downstairs cloakroom. Excellent garden and parking. Available now - £500 towards conveyancing (subject to terms and conditions). Call for more information.


L/H £147,500

A good sized ground floor flat most conveniently situated in North Parade for the town centre, station and park. Entrance hall, living room, kitchen, double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, bathroom, gas fired heating to radiators, well maintained communal gardens and allocated parking space. No on-going chain.


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25 Carfax, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1EE

A substantial detached four bedroom family house located within a prestigeous development in the heart of Slinfold village. Master bedroom suite with dressing area and shower room and guest bedroom with en-suite shower. Entrance hall, cloakroom, living room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, landscaped garden. Integral double garage.


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Surprisingly spacious older style cottage in an attractive setting towards the edge of the village and just over three miles from Horsham. The accommodation is over three floors and provides sitting room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, utility/cloakroom, three bedrooms, bathroom, gas heating to radiators, double glazing, off road parking, and 80ft rear garden.

Tel: (01403) 25 22 22 Fax: (01403) 21 80 62



A cleverly extended detached family home situated in a prestigeous location. Entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, conservatory, dining room and lovely kitchen/breakfast/utility area. Galleried landing with a Cala trademark arched window, master bedroom with en-suite, three further double bedrooms, bathroom, driveway and integral garage. South facing garden.



A well presented mews style three bedroomed terraced house benefitting from a large double glazed conservatory. Entrance hall with cloakroom, spacious sitting room, fitted kitchen, modern bathroom, gas fired heating, garage and allocated parking, garden. Internal viewing strongly recommended.



A choice of two first floor superbly refurbished two bedroom apartments in this 19th century country house set in beautifully landscaped private grounds with panoramic views. The apartments retain many of the original features including some high ceilings and full height restored windows. Stunning contemporary kitchens and luxurious bathrooms. Open fireplaces, metered gas (L.P.G.) radiator heating, car parking barn. Prices from £250,000 for L/H.



A well presented and spacious three bedroom family terraced house situated in the Lambs Farm area. Entrance hall, spacious living room with an open fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. Attached to the property is a covered pergola which makes the most of a sunny southerly aspect. Double glazed windows and gas fired heating to radiators. Larger than average garage. No forward chain.



Informal Tender

In one of Horsham's most highly regarded locations convenient for the town, station and Collyers Sixth Form College. For sale by Informal Tender with offers to be received by 12 noon Friday, 13th April. Having planning consent ref. DC/11/0742 for the construction of a three bedroom detached dwelling. Call 01403 252222 for further details.



Well presented three bedroom terraced house in the North Heath area and situated along a pleasant walkway close to a neighbouring park. Entrance porch, sitting room, lovely kitchen/dining room, double glazed windows, gas radiator heating, boarded loft space with power, garden, detached garage.


L/H £189,950

Well presented two bedroom ground floor apartment in gated development convenient for both the town centre and station. Hall, stylish open plan living room/kitchen, master bedroom with en suite, second bedroom and luxury bathroom. Gas radiator heating, double glazing, secure parking. No chain.



An extended and well proportioned four bedroomed semi-detached family house in highly regarded location backing on to the Forest School's playing fields. Sitting room, family room, kitchen/dining room, cloakroom, study/bed 5, bath/shower room, gas heating to radiators, double glazing. Integral garage, long driveway, 80ft rear garden.



A most attractive flint faced detached family house on the north side of the town. Master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, refitted kitchen/breakfast room with archway to family room, bathroom, cloakroom. Gas heating to radiators, double glazing, double width driveway to attached garage, gardens. Vendors suited.



A surprisingly spacious three bedroom mid terrace house in well regarded location, within reasonable walking distance of the town centre, park and station. Entrance hall, cloakroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom, southerly rear garden and garage in block. Leasehold with a share of the Freehold.


£95,000 L/H

A two bedroom ground floor flat in the centre of the village, close to the shops, doctors' surgeries, bus stop, etc. specifically designed for those of state pension age. Entrance hall, living room opening to private patio, kitchen, refitted shower room, double glazing, electric heating, allocated parking, established communal grounds. No forward chain.



Imposing freehold property approx half a mile from the attractive town centre. Originally constructed circa 1860 as a railway warehouse and converted in 1987 to provide a spacious character 2/3 bedroom end house with accommodation over three floors and attractive views. Entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, conservatory, refitted kitchen/breakfast room, dining room/bedroom 3, bathroom, gas radiator heating, double glazing. Side and rear gardens. Garage and parking.


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£865 pcm

Cowfold (Village)

A beautifully presented three bedroom terraced house. Entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, 25` through lounge/diner, beautiful kitchen with appliances, three bedrooms (two doubles and one single), refitted white bathroom with overbath electric shower, very attractive rear garden, gas central heating, unfurnished. Viewings highly recommended.

£650 pcm


£450 pcm

A well presented ground floor studio apartment in popular residential development to the north of Horsham town centre. Entrance hall with entry phone system, lounge/bedroom with bay window, kitchen with appliances. Shower room. Allocated parking. Electric heating. Available furnished or unfurnished by negotiation. Viewings recommended.

£895 pcm

A beautifully refurbished Victorian split level Apartment. Security entry phone, impressive large reception room with bay window, separate large dining room/bed 3, new luxury kitchen and bathroom, two double bedrooms on top floor. Unfurnished with appliances. Gas central Heating. Viewings highly recommended. No Children.

Tel: (01403) 25 22 00 Fax: (01403) 21 80 62


lobby, refitted downstairs shower room, kitchen with cooker & washing machine (freezer & tumble dryer available on a supply only basis), small lounge with stripped floor and open fire, two first floor bedrooms. Unfurnished.



£495 pcm


£1,200 pcm

An impressive ground floor converted apartment located in a prestigious development within walking distance of the town centre. Fantastic Living room with large bay window and exposed floor, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with appliances, two double bedrooms, two bathrooms. Parking space and garage. Fully furnished. Gas central heating.


A spacious flat in the centre of the village having a refitted kitchen, recently replaced carpets and good standard of decor. Entrance hall, very good sized double aspect lounge, white bathroom suite with shower, double bedroom. One of just two flats accessed from the same hall. Unfurnished with kitchen appliances. Viewings recommended.


£850 pcm

A very well presented first floor (top floor) luxury apartment. Security entry phone system, good sized lounge with sky connection, modern kitchen with appliances, two bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room), second bedroom planned as a study with pull down bed. Garage. Unfurnished. Viewings recommended.


£1,050 pcm

A recently refurbished three bedroom semi-detached house situated within convenient reach of local shops and buses. The house is very well presented throughout. Entrance hall, cloakroom, double aspect lounge, double aspect kitchen with cooker and fridge (w/machine negotiable), three bedrooms and bathroom with shower. Detached garage and parking. Unfurnished.


£2,400 pcm



A very well presented ground floor studio maisonette with its own street access and allocated parking space, situated in a cul-de-sac location off the Kings Road. Entrance hall, bathroom, living/bedroom with pull down bed and laminate wood floor, refitted kitchen with appliances, economy 7 heating, double glazed windows. Unfurnished.

Horsham (Central)

A very clean and beautifully presented one bedroom first floor flat . Entrance hall with security entry phone system, lounge with bay window, refitted kitchen, double bedroom with wardrobes and a bathroom. Unfurnished with kitchen appliances and sofa-bed in lounge. Allocated parking. Gas central heating. Viewings highly recommended.


A characterful ground floor maisonette. convenient for town and station with one allocated parking space. Personal entrance hall with tiled floor, large inner hall/dining area, lounge/kitchen area with appliances, one bedroom with bay window, bathroom with shower. Gas central heating. Unfurnished.


£575 pcm



£645 pcm


A small but very characterful terraced cottage. Entrance


Very well located one/two bedroom apartment. Entrance hall, refitted kitchen with appliances, lounge with double glazed doors, separate dining room/bedroom 2, master bedroom with wardrobe, modern bathroom with shower. Good state of decor throughout. Allocated parking. Gas central heating.


£625 pcm





A very well presented and good sized house. Walking distance to town centre. Entrance lobby, modern kitchen with appliances, good sized lounge with stripped wood flooring, two good sized bedrooms, refitted bathroom. Double glazing, gas central heating, garage and private garden. Unfurnished. Viewings highly recommended.



£675 pcm





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A beautifully presented three storey town house situated in a completely unique setting on this prestigious gated development in the town centre. Large living room with conservatory, study, luxury fitted kitchen with appliances, utility room, four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, parking and garage, private garden, gas central heating. Unfurnished with appliances.


£625 pcm

A well presented and good sized first floor maisonette in a corner of a cul-de-sac location with allocated parking. Personal entrance hall, good sized double bedroom, lounge, good sized kitchen with appliances, modern white bathroom with shower, double glazing, electric heating. Unfurnished. Viewings recommended.


£1,350 pcm

A well presented three bedroom mews house within walking distance to the town and station. Entrance hall, cloakroom, kitchen with integrated appliances, attractive lounge with doors to garden, three bedrooms, two bathrooms with showers (one en-suite), gas central heating, single allocated parking space and Garage. Unfurnished.


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PRICES FROM £450,000 £189,950

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A select development of just eight one and two bedroom apartments located in North Horsham. Each apartment is well designed to offer both spacious accommodation and each property has the benefit of one parking space. Horsham town centre and Littlehaven stations are approximately within 1 mile.

01403 256 331 31 Carfax Horsham RH21 1EE

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The Chase, Horsham


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A prestigious development of just three detached homes located in North Horsham. Built to a high specification throughout with 4 bedrooms, 2 with en suite bathrooms, stunning kitchens with a full range of appliances. Each property benefits from a garage with automatic doors.


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Ifield £3,450 pcm

Storrington £3,100 pcm

A very well presented five double bedroom detached house set in approximately 0.8 acres of mature grounds. The property is located in a semi rural location with views over Ifield golf course.

A beautiful four bedroom character family home set in two acres of grounds together with fully self contained guest accommodation in a separate cottage.

Hamptons Office Horsham 01403 839053

Hamptons Office Horsham 01403 839053

Let us take your property directly to Londoners’ doorsteps. Bolney £1,950 pcm A four bedroom detached family house situated in a rural and quiet area of Bolney. The property enjoys views of the surrounding countryside.

Hamptons Office Horsham 01403 839053

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Horsham £800 pcm Three newly refurbished two bedroom apartments available to let, situated a short walk of Horsham town centre. Properties will be available to view from Wednesday 21st March.

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An individually built four bedroom detached residence offered for sale in first class order throughout and located in this unique elevated position within a ¼ mile of the village centre.

A prime development of four private gated cottages built to an exceptionally high specification by Whittington Homes Ltd, situated in a highly convenient location set well back from the road, to have a private drive but accessible to Worthing’s comprehensive amenities, transport and the hospital.

Sales & Lettings | Country Houses | Valuations | Planning & Development | Land & New Homes Storrington Office 01903 745844

Pulborough Office 01798 875197

Billingshurst Office 01403 786787 26 - 27 West Street Horsham West Sussex

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billingshurst £890 pcm

horsham £895pcm under offer

horsham £695pcm let similar required

horsham £1100pcm let similar required

Three bed unfurnished semi-detached house with garage

Two bed unfurnished ground floor apartment within walking distance of station

Two bed unfurnished flat in town centre

Three bed unfurnished house with garage within walking distance of town centre

horsham £825 pcm

beare green £950pcm let similar required

horsham £595pcm under offer

horsham £750 pcm let similar required

Two bed unfurnished house with garage in block

Three bed unfurnished bungalow

One bed unfurnished flat in town centre

Two bed fully furnished first floor flat in Greenacres

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pulborough £850 pcm

Well presented and deceptively spacious two bedroom house on the outskirts of pulborough. cloakroom, Fitted Kitchen, Living Room, master Bedroom with Ensuite Shower, Second Double Bedroom, Bathroom, Garden, Garage and Allocated parking Space.

southwater £1,950 pcm Newly refurbished five bedroom detached property situated in the village of Southwater. Ground Floor – Living Room, Large Kitchen open plan to Dining Room, Bathroom, Two Double Bedrooms one with Ensuite Shower Room. First Floor – Three Double Bedrooms one with Ensuite Shower Room, Garage & Driveway, Good Sized Rear Garden.

storrington £595 pcm

Beautifully refurbished second floor apartment finished to an exceptionally high standard. communal Entrance Hall. Open plan Kitchen/ Living Room. Double Bedroom. Bathroom.

storrington £1,595 pcm

Well presented detached chalet style property offering flexible accommodation situated in a private road. Sitting Room. Dining Room. Kitchen/ Breakfast Room. Utility. 4 Bedrooms. 3 Bathrooms. Garage. Ample parking. Small Garden.

Horsham 01403 246750

rackham £2,300 pcm

Unique property situated on the outskirts of Parham Estate in extensive, easily maintained gardens. cloakroom. Kitchen/Dining/Family Room. master Bedroom with Ensuite Bathroom. 2/3 Further Bedrooms. Family Bathroom. Two Reception Rooms located in the Round Tower. parking and car port.

more properties reQuireD For awaiting tenants Storrington 01903 744166

horsham £845 pcm

Well presented town centre penthouse apartment with lift access and gated parking. Hall, Two Double Bedrooms, Spacious Living/Dining Room. Large Bathroom. Fitted Kitchen. communal Gardens. parking. Age Restriction – over 55’s only.

pulborough £775 pcm

3 bedroom apartment with views over the River Arun. Double Aspect Reception with Balcony. Kitchen with Appliances. Two Double Bedrooms. Single Bedroom. Bathroom with Shower. parking. picture of Adjacent nearly Identical Block.


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Horsham | £1,700 Pcm

Horsham | £975 Pcm

Three Bed Cottage Rent Inclusive Of Bills Unfurnished Available April

Two Bed Apartment Gated Development Unfurnished Available April

Horsham | £925 Pcm

Horsham | £850 Pcm

Three Bed Semi Detached Three Double Bedrooms Unfurnished Available April

Two Bed Conversion Spacious Kitchen Diner Unfurnished Available April

Billingshurst | £850 Pcm

Partridge Green | £750 Pcm

Two Bed End Of Terrace Allocated Parking & Garage Unfurnished Available April

Two Bed Conversion Two Double Bedrooms Unfurnished Available April

Horsham | £725 Pcm

Thakeham | £695 Pcm

Two Bed Flat Close To Station Unfurnished Available May

One Bed Cottage Beautiful Rural Location Unfurnished Available April

Horsham | £650 Pcm

Horsham | £595 Pcm

One Bed Maisonette Spacious Accommodation Unfurnished Available May

One Bed Conversion Town Centre Location Unfurnished Available May

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Bolney | £2,100 pcm

Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this well presented, substantial detached 5 bedroom family home set in approximately 1.5 acres of garden with fabulous views over the surrounding countryside and adjacent paddocks.

Henry Adams Lettings are proud to offer this substantial and well Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this spacious and well presented 4/5 bedroom, 3 reception room country residence set in a presented 4 bedroom, 3 reception room family home situated down rural location on the outskirts of Bolney, Near Haywards Heath. a private residential close in the heart of the highly sought after village of Rudgwick.

Rudgwick | £1,500 pcm

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Warnham | £1,395 pcm

Horsham | £895 pcm

Handcross | £850 pcm

Henry Adams Lettings are proud to offer this ‘part furnished’ delightful 2 bedroom ground floor apartment which was previously the show apartment, set in a prestigious and highly sought after private complex complete with three lakes.

Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this modern and well Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this well presented and presented two double bedroom terraced house situated in a popular attractive 3 bedroom house in the heart of the highly sought after location and with easy access to local shops, Littlehaven/Horsham village of Handcross. train station and the town centre.

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Billingshurst | £750 pcm

Billingshurst | £725 pcm

Southwater | £1,595 pcm

Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this well presented 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, first floor apartment situated in the heart of Billingshurst village centre.

Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this modern and well presented 2 double bedroom first floor apartment situated on the highly sought after ‘Penfold Grange’ development in Billingshurst.

Henry Adams Lettings are delighted to offer this recently refurbished, contemporary and immaculately presented, high specification, detached 4 bedroom, 2 reception room family house situated in the highly sought after village of Southwater.

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500

Lettings Department 01403 282500



Coneyhurst | £2,495 pcm

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First In Letting

150159 Central Horsham £565 pcm

973627 Horsham £525 pcm

946509 Broadbridge Heath £620 pcm

83323 Horsham £665 pcm

RENT INCLUDES HEATING AND WATER RATES! Modern 1st floor unfurnished studio apartment in a prime central location.

Well presented first floor studio apartment situated in a popular residential area towards the North side of Horsham.

Superb one bedroom first floor maisonette, set Broadbridge Heath close to amenities and main commuter routes.

Purpose built one bedroom first floor unfurnished flat situated within easy reach of town centre. Central heating and residents parking.

900659 Billingshurst £775 pcm

209919 Horsham £850 pcm

593903 Horsham £850 pcm

968897 Horsham £750 pcm

Lovely two bed two bath top floor apartment situated within easy reach of Billingshurst mainline station and with super countryside views.

Stunning executive top floor two bedroom apartment situated in a popular area. Includes appliances and parking. Available unfurnished.

Executive two bedroom 2nd floor apartment in a gated development and conveniently situated within walking distance of the town centre and station.

Delightful two bedroom mid terrace house situated in a popular residential area on the west side of Horsham. Allocated parking.

163703 Central Horsham £970 pcm

83141 North Horsham £975 pcm

329695 Horsham £995 pcm

462667 Pulborough £995 pcm

Luxury two double bedroom 2nd floor apartment situated in the prestigious Kings Gate development in central Horsham.

Well presented modern two double bedroom unfurnished detached house with gardens and private parking.

Smart two bed two bath executive apartment in a modern development close to the town centre and within a short walk of the station.

Modern three bed two bath house set on a exclusive development and within easy reach of the village centre and station.

967003 Horsham £995 pcm

345939 Roffey Park, Horsham £1,015 pcm

570287 Horsham £1,150 pcm

329559 Nr Horsham Station £1,200 pcm

Generously sized two bedroom maisonette situated set over three floors in a highly central location of Horsham town centre.

Beautiful 2 double bedroom mews house set in a prestigious manor house surrounded by stunning private grounds.

Near new executive two bedroom maisonette situated within walking distance of Horsham town. Benefits from two allocated parking spaces.

Stunning 2 bed (+ large mezzanine area) split level apartment situated in a development close to the town centre and station.

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976988 Cranleigh £550 pcm

937286 Cranleigh £650 pcm

81833 Gilligan Close, Horsham £795 pcm

937467 High Street, Cranleigh £795 pcm

Compact newly refurbished one bedroom flat within walking distance of the village.

Modern and well presented one bedroom flat situated just a short walk from the village centre. Benefits from hard wood flooring and allocated parking.

Purpose built two bedroom second floor flat with parking in a quiet but central development. New modern kitchen and newly redecorated throughout.

Very well presented two bedroom split level apartment located in a central village location. Features a private decked area.

937808 Cranleigh £1,200 pcm

937899 Ifold £1,500 pcm

106251 West Chiltington £1,550 pcm

965899 Shamley Green £1,600 pcm

Four bedroom end of terrace town house with garage and low maintenance patio garden. Modern kitchen/ breakfast room and spacious lounge. Unfurnished.

Spacious four bedrom family house in a quiet village location and benefiting from an attractive private garden and large double garage.

Well presented 4/5 bedroom detached ‘Wells’ thatched cottage which is situated in lovely rural location backing onto open woodland.

Newly refurbished three bedroom detached bungalow set in a picturesque village. Features and attractive rear garden, garage and driveway parking.

569582 Kings Gate, Horsham £1,650 pcm

937973 Loxwood £1,695 pcm

938023 Rural Cranleigh £2,950 pcm

937897 Cranleigh £5,500 pcm

Superb executive three bedroom unfurnished town house situated in a prime central gated development. Viewing highly recommended.

A good size five bedroom detached house situated in a highly sought after village location and featuring an open fire in the sitting room.

Stunning and completely unique 16th Century Cottage situated in a peaceful rural location yet within easy reach of the Village centre.

Imposing wing of a large neo-Georgian country house with six double bedrooms and uninterrupted far reaching views to the South Downs.

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Southwater | £650 PCM • One bedroom masionette • First floor • Off street parking

Partridge Green | £800 PCM • Two bedroom mid terrace • Private garden • Off street parking

Horsham | £700 PCM • 2 double bedroom maisonette • Unfurnished • Storage heating

Billingshurst | £900 PCM • Two bedroom barn conversion • Modern finish • Private garden

Pulborough | £975 PCM • Three bedroom semi detached • Garage • Private garden

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Horsham | £625 PCM • One bedroom second floor • Modern finish • Allocated parking

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Wisborough Green | £650 PCM • One bedroom first floor flat • Double bedroom • En-suite shower room

Billingshurst | £1,050 PCM • Three bedroom town house • Unfurnished • Garage

Ashington | £1,250 PCM • Four bedroom detached • Garage • Private garden

Southwater | £1,475 PCM • Four bedroom detached • Garage • Unfurnished

Southwater | £1,500 PCM • Four bedroom detached • Heated conservatory • Garage

Ashington | £775 PCM • 2 bedroom flat • Unfurnished • Allocated parking

Horsham | £625 PCM • 1 bedroom ground floor • Unfurnished • Electric heating


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Hyundai’s New Generation i30 hits UK showrooms Olli Nott Motors Editor

The New Generation i30 looks set to build upon the remarkable success achieved by the original model when its hits UK showrooms. It will offer consumers a stylish and more refined alternative with improved comfort and packaging, an increased level of standard feature, lower emissions and cost of ownership. Prices start from £14,495 (on the road) and rise to £20,795 – offering a line-up of four engines (two petrol and two diesels) with five power outputs ranging from 90 to 128ps and four trim levels - Classic, Active, Style and Style Nav. Hyundai is committed to developing its clean diesel technologies. The new 1.6-litre diesel unit, featuring Intelligent Stop & Go technologies, delivers an impressive power to efficiency ratio, providing an output of 128ps and emissions of just 100 g/km. This will make this model one of the most efficient vehicles in the C-segment. Blue Drive technologies is standard on all 1.6 CRDi manuals with CO2 emissions from just 97g/km and fuel economy of up to 76.3mpg. The New Generation i30 is longer, wider and lower than its predecessor – generating sportier exterior proportions without compromising interior functionality. Overall length is increased by 20 mm (to 4,300 mm), width is enlarged by 5 mm (to 1,780 mm) and height has been reduced by 10 mm (to 1,470 mm). The 2,650 mm

wheelbase is carried over from the original i30 model. Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO Hyundai Motor UK, says: “The new generation i30 represents another leap forward in terms of Hyundai’s design, refinement and

build quality. Coupled with our generous standard specification and backed up by our industry leading Five Year Triple Care assurance, the New Generation i30 truly represents the complete package for customers looking for a high-quality vehicle at

an affordable price.” The New Generation i30 was recently announced as ‘Car of the Year 2012’ by leading car review website, CarBuyer. Although Hyundai may not hold as much presence or prosperity in

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Colbran heralds ‘brilliant’ Hornets

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Horsham have already made steps forward under new manager Simon Colbran, including a brilliant 2-2 draw at league leaders Billericay Town. The Hornets twice led against the Essex promotion-chasers, thanks to goals from Dan Morris and Ray Freeman, and Colbran was full of praise for his side. He said: “It was an absolutely brilliant performance and I think with a bit more luck we could have

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won. “The way we went about it, actually playing football, getting the ball on the �loor. We were the better footballing side, that’s for sure.” Horsham then faced a tricky trip to FA Trophy heroes Wealdstone and the challenge proved a little too much, two goals in as many minutes contributing to a 3-0 defeat.

Colbran said: “We were excellent in the �irst half, but they scored two quick goals and that knocked us back. “We had four players out and three players on the pitch who probably wouldn’t have played if I’d have had cover. We just haven’t got the squad to cover that.” Despite the setback at Wealdstone,

and �inished off well, so we’re very happy with our execution and the result. “It could so easily have been 10-0 had we capitalised on the other opportunities that we created. The 6-3 scoreline was rather �lattering to Brighton.” Horsham Ladies moved out of the bottom two by beating Maidstone Ladies 3-0, thanks to two goals by Fran Crossley and one from Steph Dent. Team manager Jane Denman said: “Although this was only our second win of the season, our games have been tight and everyone has kept going in a very professional way. “This result was particularly pleasing because we still have players

missing, but it was great to get former captain Siobhan Henn back. “We haven’t been scoring enough goals, but this week we could have had many more.” Horsham U10 Boys drew with Lewes U10 and Mid Sussex U10 but were unlucky to �inish with two points from six matches in the County Championship. Despite the points total, the team performance was very good and several players produced their best hockey of the season. U10 squad: Sam Berriman, George Cardwell, Seb Dunkley, Fergal EasonButler, Tom Emery, James Harvey, Ben Kinnison, James Ormerod, Luke Portman, Ted Thomas.

the former Redhill boss highlighted self-belief as a reason behind his side’s positive run of late. He told The Resident: “Our con�idence is growing and growing. I actually believed we’d get something out of the game on Saturday and the players did as well. “I wouldn’t say it was a shock, because every game they go into now they’re looking to get a result. “Even though they are really good players, they just have to believe it. They are starting to believe it now and the football we’re playing is proof of that.” New signings Scott Harris, Charlie

Farmer, Wayne Clark and Femi Akintunde all featured against the Stones. Colbran added: “The additions I’ve made have done very well. Charlie Farmer has been excellent every game he’s played. “We’ve got Andy Atkin to come in and he’s a proven goalscorer at all levels, but we do need to get one or two more in the squad. When you play at this level, you need 18 minimum.” Horsham face a tough trip to promotion-chasing Bury Town tomorrow (Saturday).

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Matt Hough’s hat-trick in the �irst 15 minutes paved the way for Horsham’s �ifth consecutive victory, 6-3 at Brighton and Hove. Mark Ansell, back after a prolonged absence, scored the fourth and Duncan Howarth found the net to give Horsham a 5-0 lead at the interval. Nathan Hill converted one of his speciality penalty �licks to put Horsham further ahead before their concentration wavered and the city side scored three times. Horsham skipper John Burroughs said: “This was a comfortable day for us. We made good decisions in the D

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Second-placed Roffey Robins United U11 kept the title race alive by winning 2-0 at leaders Chesworth Rovers U11. Rovers, who had won all 11 league matches before this defeat, now need four points from their final two games to definitely top Division A of the Horsham and District Youth League. In the first half of a pulsating and sometimes frantic match, Rovers were frustrated by the outstanding defending of Robins’ Callum Jeal, a goal disallowed for offside, a rejected penalty shout and a lob off the crossbar by Jed Hooper-Ridsdale. The game turned 10 minutes into the second half. Robins goalkeeper Harry Powling denied Jack Frankland with his feet, seconds before Max Furber struck a looping shot to put the visitors 1-0 up. Robins sealed the points 10 minutes from time when Kris Bicknell fired home from close range after a corner and almost added a third through the hardworking Ralph Robson. Royal United U16 have been crowned Division A champions after

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a hard-fought 3-2 win against nextto-bottom Roffey Robins Wanderers U16. Tom Killner-Brown scored twice and Greg Gander headed the other for Royals, whose manager Richard Chapin said: “This Royal United team haven’t lost a game for over two years and have been magnificent this season. “Becoming Division A champions again this year is thoroughly deserved

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by the whole squad. Now we just want to win the cup and do the double for the second season in a row.” Stanley Rice hit a hat-trick as Horsham U16 won 9-0 at Hawks Youth Withdean U16 0. Jake Legrange (two), George Hole, Ben Collier, Greg Gander and Anthony Jupp were also on target. Horsham U15 maintained their 100 per cent home record in the league by beating Predators Tigers

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As well as being a keen Albion supporter, you are president of Horsham Sparrows. How do the two compare? As well as playing in the same kit, there is quite a lot of similarity. Albion has a nationwide reputation for being an outstanding communitybased club and the Albion in the Community team has won many accolades. The FA awarded Chartered Standard Community Club Award status to Sparrows for providing a base for local girls and boys of all abilities to play football from the age of seven. We also run two adult teams for both men and women, so you can see we cater for a wide range of local residents.

How did the name Sparrows come about? One of the original founders, Laurie Taylor, used to take his son and his friends to play football in the park after the 1966 World Cup. He thought that the 20-or-so little knobbly kneed lads looked like a flock of Sparrows as they chased after the ball. I believe he was an Albion fan, so the choice of colours came naturally.

Do many of the Sparrows follow Albion? I think a lot of them follow the socalled glamour clubs, but several do visit The Amex on a regular basis and a couple join us on NWSS coaches to home games. It would be nice to think that more will gradually find their way to The Amex and I am sure this will happen in time.

Getting to the ground could be a problem for new supporters, so would there be room on the NWSS coaches for them? Yes, we are always happy to welcome new supporters, although we would expect any really young passengers to be accompanied by an adult. We were joined by one of the Sparrows’ teams and their parents when the youth international was staged at The Amex this season. How do you see the future for both clubs? I hope they both continue to grow and prosper and with the individuals in control of both clubs I see no reason why this should not be the case. The future is indeed bright, except it is blue and white striped! You can contact NWSS via and Horsham Sparrows by emailing


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Sport in Brief Youth Boxing Rising star Danny Kirkland, from Billingshurst, got back to business as usual with an excellent win in Poole. The Horsham Boxing Club southpaw had suffered his first two losses this season against far more experienced opponents. But the 15-year-old prospect won a unanimous points decision against Poole puncher Lee Cutler, who had stopped two of his four opponents in the first round. The crowd at The Lighthouse were treated to a pulsating toe-to-toe battle and stood to applaud both boxers. Kirkland boxed with a controlled ferocity and maturity, weathering a storm in the final round when the strong Dorset boxer caught him with some heavy shots. Bradley Parsons, 14, boxed well but came out in the wrong end of a majority points decision against Poole’s Zak Ealey.

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Horsham were without several regular players against highflying Medway, creating a great opportunity for any player trying to break into the team. The game started evenly and Horsham contested well until an outstanding run from Will Alkin, who combined pace and skill to put Medway in front. The visitors soon doubled their try count when poor tackling allowed the quick Rob Ellis to create space and pass to Doug Ebanks who went over easily. Two more tries left Horsham 22-0 down, but the home side enjoyed a good period of play before half time

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as they tried to regain a bit of pride. They were rewarded when a good run by Rory Yeates and clean passing set up Jonny Whiting for Horsham’s first try. Horsham scored again after the break when Nick Bell’s pass was returned to him by Tom Wright, but Medway’s fifth try realistically ended hopes of a comeback and they added another as Horsham began to tire. The result was fair but Horsham are sitting comfortably in the league with three games left and can be pleased with their efforts so far. Horsham tries: Whiting, Bell.

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The first account of Slinfold cricket was a game against Rudgwick on Broadbridge Heath Common in May 1775, pre-dating the MCC. The club has played regularly ever since, the beautiful Lyons Road ground having been the home base for around 135 years. Slinfold is a progressive, vibrant club with five adult teams, including two who play in the Sussex County League. On Sundays there is a League Development XI comprising older colts, a friendly side and a Golden Oldies Over-40s team. Colts cricket is a key element at

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Southwater driver Jolyon Palmer warmed up for the GP2 Series by finishing ninth overall at the final test in Barcelona. The 21-year-old joined 25 other top international drivers for a threeday session at the Circuit de Catalunya, home to the Spanish Grand Prix. Having finished fifth fastest during a test in Jerez, Palmer continued his strong form on the opening day by going second quickest in the morning session and fifth fastest for the day. He said: “Overall, Barcelona has been good. We have had new challenges and seem to have found a solution for them all. Now I feel prepared to have a good weekend in Malaysia (March 23-25).”

during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations. The present clubhouse was opened by David Sheppard, the former Sussex and England captain who lived locally before becoming Bishop of Liverpool. The clubhouse and adjoining marquee are prominent features at the ground, making the club a soughtafter venue for social gatherings. A large marquee houses the lively annual club dinner and presentation evening in October. England and Wales Cricket Board Clubmark accreditation has been achieved, opening the door for funding to further improve the already impressive facilities. In 2000, an Old England XI played

a charity match to mark 225 years of Slinfold cricket. In the clubhouse is an outstanding array of photographs showing Derek Randall, John Snow, Derek Underwood, John Lever and other famous players enjoying the day. Thirteen years earlier, the club’s tour of Australia coincided with England winning the Ashes there. Indoor nets at Christ’s Hospital continue at 6-7pm every Sunday until early April and new members are assured of a good welcome. For colts cricket, contact Ben Overton on 01403 230026. Adults can contact Steve Haines (01403 790842) or Jody Healy (07719 030449).

Lindfield U12 (88 and 138-1) clinched the title by beating Billingshurst U12 (44) and Southwater U12 (91) in the iDentilam Colts Indoor League at Tanbridge House School. In the other game at the weekend, Billingshurst U12 (96-3) beat Southwater (93-5). Three Bridges U16 (70-0) beat Steyning U16 (68, Jacob Gwilliam 33), Pulborough U16 (130-2, Jordan Cox 40*, Ed Kilner 33*) beat Southwater U16 (118-5, Ryan Thomas 51*, Harry Close 34) and Horsham U16 (68-1) beat West Chiltington U16 (66).


Sussex County League Division 1: Lingfield 2 Horsham YMCA 1 (Sullivan). Division 2: Hailsham 3 Steyning 2, Midhurst and Easebourne 1 Storrington 4. Division 3: Broadbridge Heath 0 Ferring 2, Haywards Heath 1 Forest 3 (Spence 2), Hurstpierpoint 3 Roffey 0, Broadbridge Heath 1 Forest 2, Newhaven 4 TD Shipley 2.

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