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in the spring. The popular noodle bar and restaurant will be opening at the former carpet shop occupying the ground floor of Talbot House within the recently semi-pedestrianised East Street. A spokesman for Crickmay Chartered Surveyors said: “A new lease has been granted on the which was recently acquired from West Sussex County Council by a client of

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Computer owners are being warned to watch out for cold callers offering to repair their machines online – they could end up being duped by a rogue remote robber. The warning comes from West Sussex County Council Trading Standards Service, which over the last three months has received more than 50 complaints concerning companies offering to fix PC ‘problems’ remotely. “The vast majority of companies appear to be based in the Indian sub-continent. But some seek to re-assure consumers by having an accommodation or registered office in the UK,” said Graeme MacPherson, Head of Trading Standards. “However, the fact a company has an address in the UK doesn’t necessarily mean they are actually trading

from here.” “The caller tells the consumer they have been given their details by their internet service provider because their computer has been infected with a virus. “Some companies go as far as saying they are part of Microsoft. “They go on to say this ‘problem’ can be fixed remotely for a fee and all the consumer has to do is download a file from their website to allow the company remote access to their PC. “The reality is the caller has no way of knowing if the consumers computer is affected by a virus – it’s just a way of signing someone up to an online computer maintenance contract of dubious worth.” If you feel you have been the victim of this sort of online scam call 08454 040506.

Broadbridge Heath set for major development Despite the fears and protests of residents, nearly 1000 new homes will be built on land South of Broadbridge Heath. Countryside Properties has secured a resolution to grant outline planning consent from Horsham District Council for the development of the land at a special meeting on Tuesday night. The resolution covers a sustainable new neighbourhood that includes 963 predominantly family homes of all tenures which will contribute significantly towards housing provision in the district. There will also be enhanced access to open space and recreational opportunities for existing and new residents. The overall development will provide land for a new primary school and the potential expansion of the Leisure Centre, a neighbourhood centre comprising: a doctors’ surgery; flexible business/retail units; parish office and a restaurant/public house. There will be high quality open space including formal




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ttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the subject of an Information Session at Millais School on 2nd February The session is held by the Learning Assessment and Neurocare Centre, Horsham, at 6-9pm. For more information contact the Centre on 01403 240002 or email as soon as possible.


arns Green Village Hall hosts a film night, with The King’s Speech showing on 10th February. Tickets are £6 each and doors open at 7.30pm with the film starting at 8pm. To book in advance visit


harlie Austen performs in concert with Jon Wigg & local musician Gary Holder on Friday, 28th January. They perform at the Honeywood Lane Acoustic Club, Oakwood Hill Village Hall, Honeywood Lane,

Surrey. Doors open at 7.45pm music from 8pm. Free admission, tea & coffee on sale.

ial Post was the scene of a bad accident on Friday, 14th February. At about 6.50pm, an accident between a car and a lorry at the notorious junction led to one man in the car being badly injured. Firefighters used hydraulic and electrical equipment to release the man and he was taken to hospital by ambulance. People are appealing for witnesses (see more on Page 9)


psilon perform at The Holbrook Club, North Heath Lane, Horsham, on Friday, 11th March, Doors open 7pm with music from 8.30pm. Bar open until 11.30pm & Restaurant until 9pm. Members free / Non Members (16+) £3 / Children free. Children are welcome until 10pm


ostering events at to be held at libraries as West Sussex County Council hopes to attract new families. Got a spare room or two? Can you offer a stable loving home to a child in need?

Send your local news to If you happen to be zach Galifianakis out of The Hangover , you’ve got a great chance of getting in... To answer questions, allay fears, and encourage more families to seriously consider fostering, West Sussex County Council is running new monthly drop-in sessions. Pop along to Storrington library (19th April) or Horsham Library (27th July) for more details.


reening campaigners will be hosting an information session, based around a number of ‘free electricity’ offers currently being distributed by suppliers. On 26th January at 7.30pm at Billingshurst Village Hall, The Greening Campaign will host an event so you can ask questions and find out whether the offer is right for you.


orsham Hospital hosts a book sale and mini market on Thursday, February 17, between 10am and 2pm. The event is organised by The League of Friends. Many book bar-

gains, soft toys and knitted items. Tea bar and shop open. All proceeds got to future hospital projects.


ndependent Community Interest Company, Better Tomorrows, is seeking a new volunteer director. Better Tomorrows was set up by West Sussex local authorities to put the lid on the amount of household waste that goes into dustbins. If you are interested in becoming a director, please contact Julian Lucraft on or write to him at Better Tomorrows, 1st Floor The Grange, Tower Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1RH.


azz legend Chris Barber leads his 11-piece band, with its 7strong front line, in a show at the Capitol theatre on Sunday, 6th February. The Chris Barber Band play a wide selection of his favourite music, in an evening of exciting and often moving Jazz and Blues music, great entertainment for all. Tickets £18.50 from 750220.


ilted Scottish band Caledon bring their show, Take the Low Road, to the Capitol

Theatre, Horsham, on Friday, 4th February.


etting specialist Leaders has announce the launch of its bespoke iPhone App, which will make finding a suitable home to rent easier than ever for prospective tenants. Leaders currently receive 6,500 visits from iPhone users to its website each month and are confident that its iPhone App will be an invaluable tool for many prospective tenants. The App enables anyone with an iPhone to search for and view properties to let in their area, and to be alerted as soon as suitable properties become available.


illais School hosts a car boot sale on the first Saturday of every month, the next being 5th February, at 11am2pm. Sellers can set up from 10am. Pitches available on a first come, first serve basis - for details call Sharon on 01403 249950.£6 pitch, 50 entry (£1 early bird) Please use the highlands Road entry, rather than the Depot Road end.

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asty incident in Billingshurst on Wednesday. Police were called to Budgens in the High Street just after 11.30am after a 35-year old man had come in to the store saying he had just jumped or been pushed from a black Audi A4 estate outside. He was taken to Worthing Hospital to be treated for facial injuries, and for injuries to his right leg and ankle which are thought to have been sustained in the process of leaving the car. The car, which is understood to belong to the injured man, and was reported to contain several other men, was found burnt out shortly afterwards in nearby Marringdean Lane. Anyone who saw the incident in the High Street, or the car being driven afterwards, can contact 0845 60 70 999 quoting serial 0689 of 19 January.


ld Barn Nursery and Garden Centre is inviting green-fingered folk to trade in their old and broken gardening tools for new ones in February to help with gardening projects. The ‘Garden Tool Amnesty’ running from Saturday, February 12th until Sunday, February 27th.


int sized pop star and goss mag favourite Peter Andre popped into top Japanese eatery Wabi for a bite to eat on Tuesday night. He was filming for a new show, presumably about how his life goes on after his marriage to Katie Price. The Resident did attend, waited patiently downstairs having been told by his crew that he would pose for a picture. But the wee man escaped our cameraman by legging it out of the emergency exit. It’s enough to make one go Insania!


EII School in Horsham will benefit from a gig by local singer Claude Hopkins. The Tina Turner Tribute act is a keen supporter and regular visitor to the Special School. The gig on 28th January is already a sellout, but the school would still be grateful for donations to the Raffle. Call 01403 266215

ogue traders selling extended warranties over the phone for satellite TV equipment are being targeted by West Sussex County Council Trading Standards Service, Sussex Police’s Serious Fraud Team and the Financial Services. More than 1 in 10 of the total complaints received by the West Sussex Trading Standards Service relate to companies offering these warranties.


ussex Air Ambulance has welcomed a new doctor and Critical Care Paramedic on board the life-saving helicopter. Dr John O’Neill joins the charity on a six-month secondment after becoming a consultant in emergency medicine. He spent four years in Australia and New Zealand with the Flying Doctors and Queensland Rescue.


he Great American Song Book, at the Capitol on February 9th, features Gary U.S Bonds with very special guest Ben E. King. They are backed by a stunning live band made up of musicians from the bands of Van Morrison, Eric Clapton Steve Winwood and others. Tickets cost £22.50 from the Box Office on 750220


nited Reformed Church in Springfield Road hosts the next meeting of Horsham Interfaith Forum’s on 29th January at 1pm. Dr Farhang Tahzib will talk about the founder of the Baha’i faith, “Baha’u’llah and the New Era”. All are welcome and admission is free.


isitors to Horsham, The new South Downs National Park and surrounding areas can now request the new Enjoy Sussex Visitor Guide 2011. It offers a wealth of essential and practical information about what to see and do in our part of Sussex. You can pick up the guide at Horsham Tourist Information Centre, 9 The Causeway, Horsham 01403 211661


est Sussex Record Office on Orchard Street, Chichester, holds its next coffee time session on Wednesday February 2nd, from 10am-11am. The next session is concentrating on dating old photographs. Tickets are £7 and need to be

booked in advance. Call the Record Office on 01243 753602 or email, The Record Office holds midmorning sessions on the first Wednesday of each month, for people wanting to learn about family history.


Factor fans need not turn up for a night of rock and ska at The Shelley pub in Broadbridge Heath on Saturday, 19th February. The Age of Tapes will be joined by Avalanche and Stop Press, while on the same night Alter Ego are at the Queens Head.


ou’ll see an adventurous spirit in the work of Jason Gotel, whose stunning contemporary photographic art exhibition ‘To Boldly Go…’ opens at Horsham Museum on 1st February Jason is a photographer and adventure sports enthusiast who hung off the side of the giant cliffs of Spain’s Costa Blanca, to capture the spirit of the place.


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Another consultation! Residents in Southwater (top) and Billingshurst (below) fight against new development, and local authorities have to continually adapt to ever changing guidelines on new housing.

Ever changing guidelines from the government mean that, once again, Horsham District Council is consulting on its future plans for development and infrastructure. What’s the news today then? You’d best have a lie down, we have shocking revelations. What’s happening? An Italian restaurant opening up in East Street? No.

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There’s another consultation on our housing strategies? You got it!

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Same old story. Last I heard was they were going to build in Southwater and some other spots. Bring me up to date. It’s complicated. We had this big document called the South East Plan, which was a ‘regional strategy’ which basically told councils - such as Horsham District Council where to build houses, and how many to build.

Right, I’m with you... And Horsham’s plan outlined plans for lots of new housing, in places such as Southwater and Billingshurst. But that was all when Labour was in charge. Then the Coalition came in, naturally thought they had better ideas, and scrapped these plans.

So good news for the campaigners then! Well, a sort of reprieve. The government has decided that local councils should set their own housing levels. Naturally, our elected councillors are hardly going to support mass new housing in places where many thousands of people and potential voters - are against it.

Like Southwater and Billingshurst... Indeed. But of course, we still need some new housing.

Why? This is where it gets tricky. There was a legal challenge to the way the government ditched the regional strategies!. They will be ditched for good at the end of the year when a new set of guidelines comes in under the Localism Bill. You’re losing me.

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Okay. The council still has to build houses for people to live in - a requirement still remains in planning law to provide for a certain level of homes each year for at least the next five years.

But... But they have to plan and sort of pre-empt what this Localism Bill will say. So they’re still really just carrying on the long term plan for the District, the Core Strategy Review, without the immediate pressure of implementing it. And in the short term? The Council has looked at birth and death rate projections, housing demand and turnover, migration and other factors that affect the Horsham District’s housing supply need, and it all shows that there remains a high housing need in the District which the Council should plan for.

So doing nothing is not an option? No, as there’s a real worry, especially with the uncertainty that surrounds the various planning guidelines, that developers could push through proposals on appeal in disContinued on Page 7...

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tricts which isn’t giving the green light to enough new homes.

So we could lose control of where homes are built? Yes. Each new development must be approved by elected councillors on a planning committee. But on each application, they can ensure that homes are only built with the right infrastructure and facilities. If they keep saying no but offer no other solutions, the developers may win their appeals and press on their way. And then we don’t get the schools, roads, etc... Could happen, so that is why Horsham District Council plans to be prepared. “Leaving the District in an uncertain position would not be prudent as it could lead to development in unsuitable locations across the District without appropriate infrastructure,” said Cllr Robert Nye, Leader of Horsham District Council.

So how exactly is the council preparing itself? With the The Draft Interim Statement, or if you prefer, its Latin title, Draft Penitus Editio.

Another catchy title to grip the masses with feverish excitement! Indeed. This sets out options for how the housing requirements could be met and why Billingshurst and Southwater are being considered and explains how comments can be made.

And this is what they are consulting on? Yes, and the public’s responses to the consultation will help guide the how the council moves forward in the short term.

Why should we? I’ve signed the petitions against housing, I’ve put posted up on the trees. Why say anything else? Are they not listening - we don’t want housing! Oh you campaigners - you’re such a mystery! So 4,000 of you sign a petition against housing in Southwater vil-

lage. What is it you want?

Just less housing. Well now that local housing development is - or will be in local hands, there’s probably going to be less building than there would have been had the council had to stick to the South East Plan. Anyway, are you going to join the consultation?

No! Okay, amuse me - give me details... Well you can have a fun browse through the Draft Interim Statement at exhibitions and drop in centres over the coming months. Pop along to Billingshurst Village Hall (26th Jan, 3.308pm and 29th Jan, 9am12.30pm), Horsham District Council Offices (2nd Feb, 3.30-8pm and 22nd Feb, 3.30-8pm) and Southwater Beeson House (10th Feb, 3.30-8pm and 19th Feb, 9am-12.30pm) The most effective way to make comments is on the internet through the ‘consultation portal’ at

How long does the consultation last? The consultation on the documents is running for 8 weeks between the 21 January 2011 and 18th March 2011. So we have this consultation.

Then what happens? Following the public consultation, the intention is that the Council will consider the consultation responses and produce a final version which will be adopted as a material planning consideration to guide residential planning applications and decisions on those applications. And then the whole process will begin again? Yes. You’ll see plenty more ‘Mass housing planned’ headlines yet from the local papers...

Can you sum this all up in a nutshell? The council is reminding people that it hasn’t forgotten about new homes and that some will be built, probably in Billingshurst and Southwater.

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over the years, the huge anti-smoking campaign has had positive results. How many people with teenage children really believe that there is a higher percentage of smokers aged 16 than there was when they were at school? Teenagers on the whole seem a remarkably well informed and sensible collective these days, and it can’t be a bad thing (at least in regards to smoking statistics) that they are mostly preoccupied with mobile phones and social networking. But the campaign to reduce the numbers of young people still further continues here in West Sussex, with a drive to stub out the illegal sale of cigarettes to under-18s carried out by West Sussex County Council Trading Standards Service. The work was undertaken in support of a Department of Health initiative to reduce the number of children who take up smoking. During the year, Trading Standards officers carried out a series of visits to high street retailers, including supermarkets and local tobacconists. They also visited pubs and an amusement arcade where cigarette vending machines were installed.

During these visits advice was given on legal requirements, the appropriate siting of vending machines and the need to ensure adequate procedures and training were in place to prevent illegal sales. This was followed up later by undercover 15 and 16year-old Trading Standards volunteers attempting test purchases at 38 high street retailers and from 25 premises with vending machines. Eight sales were made, including four from vending machines where a 15-year-old was able to buy without being challenged by staff. One of the machines had been installed in the porch of the pub, completely out of sight or control of staff. The overall failure rate

permitted sales from their vending machines have now installed remote control devices that require staff to authorise each purchase and the other two agreed to remove the machines altogether. Peter Evans, County Council Cabinet Member for Public Protection, said: “Our Trading Standards Service is keen to work with our retailers to ensure they are aware of their responsibilities and have procedures in place to prevent under age persons being able to purchase age restricted products.” The Health Act 2009 will further strengthen tobacco control to protect children and young people from the health caused by tobacco by prohibiting the sale of tobacco from

would have been worse were it not for the intervention of customers at two of the pubs visited. At one, the customers intervened directly to prevent the sale and at a second pub they alerted staff who then intervened. Where illegal sales occurred, formal enforcement action by Trading Standards Officers has been taken. Two of the four pubs that

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Special guests tonight at Coolham Acoustic Club will be the Darren Reynolds Band. Also playing are The Collector, Trevor Clawson, Greg Harper and Pimlico Road, Radek Lifka, Thomas Holder, Andre Pallat and Andrew Perry. Coolham Village Hall at 8pm. Free admission.

Horsham are not having a great year in London and South East Div 3, and could do with a couple of wins to boost confidence. They’re not favourites to win today against tabletopping Charlton Park, but could do with a good home crowd to give them a lift. You never know...

29th Jan

The next production by Billingshurst Dramatic Society, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year (see Page 14), will be Humble Boy, a contemporary play by Charlotte Jones, showing from today unilt 25th feb. Tickets from Mallards, High Street, Billingshurst or phone 01403 820421.

29th Jan

Horsham Folk Club is welcoming back Mike Nicholson, familiar to all music lovers as a local folk scene hero. Mike combines a traditional singing style with contemporary material. Horsham Folk Club, Normandy Centre, Denne Road, Horsham, RH12 1JP. Tickets: £5

Horrible Histories is at the Capitol with Awful Egyptians and Ruthless Romans from today until 30th Jan. Using actors and ground-breaking 3D special effects, these two astounding shows are brought to you by The Birmingham Stage Company. Tickets £12 from 01403 750220

Trinity Church Players are about to stage their annual pantomime, “Rapunzel”, written by TCP member Gregor Thomson. It includes all the traditional pantomime elements. Tickets from Peter on 01403 262081. You can find full details in our news story on Page 15

Sussex Egyptology Society will hear the latest news from the Asasif Conservation Project at its next meeting at 2-4.30pm. Project director Elena Pischikova and Birgit Schoer will give an update on some of the finest Modern tombs. Non members £4. Call Sheila 01903 872084

Ahead of May’s council elections, Southwater Parish Council is holding an Open Day in the Council Chamber at Beeson House, between 10am and 12.30pm. Anyone interested in standing for election to be a Southwater Parish Councillor is invited to come along

Old Collyerians' Association, which enables ex-students/staff of the College and the Grammar School to keep in touch, has arranged a social get-together at Bar Vin (upstairs) in Horsham. It's open to all ex students/staff and their partners and will start at 8pm.

11th Feb

Enjoy the Best of British Theatre, as the National Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s King Lear is broadcast to cinemas around the world, including Horsham’s Capitol. As Lear’s world descends into chaos, all that he once believed is brought into question. Tickets £12.50

12th Feb

John O'Sullivan is Britain’s cheekiest newsagent. You may recognise his face from John Bishop’s Britain or from being chucked out of Come Dine With Me in ‘Mayo-gate’. After his last sell out show in Horsham John is venturing out to the Hawth in Crawley. Tickets: £12

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The rescheduled Masquerade Charity Ball, in aid of CHASE Hospice Care for Children and Bridge2Aid, will take place at South Lodge Hotel. Champagne Reception 7pm, Gala Dinner, live band Jamtastic and Auction. Black tie. Tickets £75 (tables of 10/8) from John Hastings on 253773.

The next meeting of the Horsham Decorative & Fine Arts Society will be held at the Capitol at 10.45am. The subject will be " The Russians are coming: Diaghilev's Ballet Russes take Paris by storm" The speaker is Thirza Wallois BA MA Agregation. Visitors are always welcome Admission £5

There are no wigs, no make-up and definitely no false moustaches but instead a host of magic Queen songs played like they were meant to be when GA GA play at the Capitol Theatre, Horsham, tonight. Tickets cost £17 from the Box Office on 01403 750220

The Saddle Sore Sisters Caroline Ingham and Mary Craddock, plan to ride on horseback from Amman to Petra in Jordan in April for charity. Before then, they’ve organised a quiz evening, accompanied by a charity auction hosted by Rupert Toovey, and raffle at the Holbrook Club tonight.

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Original member of The Flying Pickets and all round entertainer Mervyn Stutter is at Billingshurst Village Hall at 8pm. His sometimes wicked but always affectionate sense of humour brings warmth and joy to the audience. So don’t miss out - for tickets call 01403 787690.

Horsham’s Sussex Senior Cup quarter-final tie against Burgess Hill Town will take place at the Hillians' Leylands Park ground. Burgess Hill currently lie in 6th place in Ryman Division One South and have been beaten just once at home this season, so it’ll be a tough tie for Horsham.

Chris Packham returns to the Capitol. Using a series of his astonishing images Chris charts a quest to reflect the pure beauty of the nature he has long loved and dreamed of encountering. Don’t get him started on Giant Pandas though! Tickets cost £14 from 750220

Horsham Charity Pancake Races will be held today on Shrove Tuesday. Local businesses come together in fancy dress to take part in the races in the Carfax. Harris Lord Recruitment team won last year. Keep an eye on The Resident for more details nearer the time

Microbiz is a superb event for local entrepreneurs, with numbers for last year’s festival up an incredible 75%. The ninth event, held in The Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham, is today. We’ll keep you posted on additional info, but it’s worth going if you run or hope to start a small business

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Revving up for Piazza

With the Royal wedding coming up in April 2011 and both the Olympics and the Jubilee celebrations coming to Britain in 2012, many communities may well be thinking of organising their own street party to join in the celebrations. Help is now at hand for organising such activities with

guidelines now available online at the Horsham District Council website. A short FAQ and Checklist has been produced including a simple form to apply for a road closure for people planning a private street party for residents and neighbours. More comprehensive guidelines are also available

for people planning larger public events. Visit and click on ‘Events In The District’ to download guidance notes. These provide an outline of what to consider, who to contact and what arrangements need to be in place to organise a safe public event.

It’s a problem many of us will have to face in a couple of months… We have the dates down in the diary for the Piazza Italia festival, but we don’t know if we’re going to drive the Ferrari, Lamborghini or Pagani Zonda. As it happens, based on the similarity of number plates on several of the Italian supercars at last year’s event, this really is an issue for one person! Most of us, however, will enjoy the spectacle from the pavement. The Piazza Italia event will again be held in aid of Chestnut Tree house Children’s Hospice on Good Friday/Saturday and the Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance on Easter Monday. On Good Friday, 22nd April Ferrari and Ducati led Italian motorbikes of all marquees will be heading in to Horsham. The Ferraris will be starting at South Lodge Hotel, Lower Beeding and at Denbies Vineyard near Dorking. The bikes will once again be meeting at the wonderful West Chiltington Italian bike garage, Motori Di Marino. The Horsham Italian Job Mini Run is back for a second year, after a successful inaugural rally last year when it helped the festival become a three day extrava-

ganza. Gatwick Vines Mini is the starting point for the run. On Monday, 25th April, the Italian supercars – De Tomaso, Lamborghini, Maserati, Zonda – wind their way through the town centre’s cobbled streets. Ferrari Owners contact: John Wellard, Chairman Sussex Ferrari Owners Club, Alfa Romeo and Fiat 500/Coupe owners contact: Rob Lawlor, Rusper Alfa

Also, the Alfa Romeos, Fiat 500s, Fiat Coupes and other Italian marquees will be in town having met at Rusper Alfa. If you are one of the lucky ones that is in a position to take part in the rally, here are a list of contacts. Ducati and Italian bikeowners Jilly Penegar, Editor 'Desmo' Ducati Owners Club GB, at

Romeo, Kent and East Sussex Alfa’s Jeff Kaby; De Tomaso, Lamborghini, Maserati and Zonda Owners contact: Phil Stebbings, De Tomaso Drivers Club Ltd, Club Secretary. Mini owners contact: Rob Grant, Gatwick MINI,

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Kids needed for huge bird survey Schoolchildren across Horsham are being invited to take part in the biggest survey of birdlife in UK schools this winter, as the RSPB marks 10 years of its Big Schools’ Birdwatch. Running from 24th January – 4th February, the activity encourages children and their teachers to discover and learn about the birds that share their school environment. Last year 26 schools in the county took part in the nationwide survey with a total of 830 West Sussex school children getting involved. Sophie McCallum, RSPB south east media officer, said: “For 10 years youngsters have joined in counting the birds in their school grounds. As well as contributing to our understanding of the changes in bird numbers, Big Schools’ Birdwatch does a fantastic job of inspiring thousands of chil-

dren about nature.” The survey also provides a purpose for their observations and helps the RSPB build a picture of birds visiting school grounds and the population changes they are experiencing. In West Sussex, the Blackbird was the most common visitor to playgrounds with House sparrows coming in second place and Blue tits third. Since its launch in 2002, the survey has grown in popularity, and last year, the RSPB introduced for the first time the

Little Schools’ Birdwatch especially designed for 5’s and under. A host of curriculum-linked learning can flow from the survey, with plenty of flexibility built-in to run it as simply as teachers would like. Some schools make the activity the centrepiece of a whole week devoted to learning about wild birds while others hold afterschool wildlife clubs or as part of work to improve their school grounds. Another reason it’s so popular is that it appeals to teachers because it’s fun, easy and simple to set up and the activity works across a wide age and ability range.

No birdwatching expertise is necessary for teachers, helpers or children and the RSPB has produced a free schools pack containing everything a teacher will need. The emphasis is on having fun and joining in. Sophie added: “All you need to do to take part is watch and count the birds in your school grounds for one hour, then send one set of results back to the RSPB telling us what you saw. “Whether you have seen several exotic species or just a few of the commonest birds, it doesn’t matter – all sightings are useful to us.”

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Billingshurst dramatic society celebrates its 70th birthday this year. That makes it one of the oldest Society’s around, and in all that time they have been based at the Women’s Hall. During those years BDS have produced a number of outstanding plays, musicals and pantomimes such as Stepping Out, Alfie, Guys and Dolls, Sweeney Todd, The Crucible, Murder in the Cathedral, Run for your Wife, Noises Off and Cabaret to name but a few. The aim is to produce two plays a year – typically February and October half-term weeks and rehearsals take place in the Women’s Hall, Billingshurst on Monday and Thursday evenings at 8pm. The Women’s Hall has been home from the beginning and The Society have constantly worked to improve both the front of house and backstage facilities for the benefit of everyone. Jackie Charman of the Society said: “Last year we achieved our long-awaited ambition of a built-in lighting and sound suite of which we are immensely proud. “It is so good that our audiences barely notice it but it makes a huge difference to us! “We have over 60 Patrons who regularly attend our productions (many of whom have done so for a great many years).

“In appreciation of their continued patronage we put on a party in May of every year where they enjoy a sumptuous meal followed by

tion by Billingshurst Dramatic Society will be Humble Boy, a contemporary play by Charlotte Jones. It will be performed at The

a variety show. It is always a sell-out, much enjoyed by all.” Membership is made up of a wide variety of people of all ages, backgrounds and experience and the Society are always happy to welcome potential members. Jackie added: “It doesn’t matter how much or little time they have to spare, there are opportunities for people to get involved in some shape or form, whether it be acting, backstage duties, set construction, publicity, front of house or administration – all contributions are considered valuable. “People who give up their time are justly rewarded with friendship, fun and possible fame!” If you think you’d like to be a member, contact our Secretary, Lucy Cooper, on 01403 784684 and we’ll make sure you’re welcomed at our next event.

Women’s Hall on Tues 22nd to Friday, 25th February at 7.45pm. Tickets from Mallards, High Street, Billingshurst or phone 01403 820421. The Society then plans to put on Hot Mikado in October. Auditions will take place in the Spring, with rehearsals throughout the summer/ Contact the group if you would like to get involved.

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Ready to let their hair down Whilst the panto starts at 7.30pm, the audience can start eating from 7pm onwards and will remain at their tables to eat throughout the show and in the interval. Drinks will be on sale from 7pm – 7.30pm and again at the interval. The Saturday matinee will have light refreshments on sale at the interval. The Saturday evening performance will include an optional supper beforehand. The panto is written by TCP member Gregor Thomson. It has a large cast including some talented youngsters. There are songs which will be familiar to all age groups, and it includes all the traditional pantomime elements.

Trinity Church Players will be staging their annual pantomime, “Rapunzel” on 28th and 29th January. TCP have been putting on pantos for over 25 years, but this year have decided to change the format of their Friday evening performance. Instead of providing a buffet after the show, they have reduced the ticket price to £5 for adults and £3 for children, but are asking people to bring their own supper, crockery & cutlery. The idea is that you book either individual seats, or a table of 8, and you and your friends bring a supper to share. Wine and soft drinks will be on sale. Leader Jane O’Sullivan said: “we were looking at ways to reduce the cost of the tickets whilst still being able to donate the maximum amount to Holy Trinity and Cancer Research UK. “We’ve attended similar evenings at other local drama groups and they work really well. It’s good fun planning your own supper and there are wine and soft drinks available if you wish to buy them.”

Tickets for all performances are £5 (adults) and £3 (children), or £8 and £4 on the Saturday evening to include the supper. 50% of the proceeds will be given to Holy Trinity Church, and 50% to Cancer Research UK in memory of Derek Mileham, one of the group’s members who died recently. Tickets from Peter on 01403 262081.

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Fewer arrested for drink driving

Drink driving becoming less socially acceptable is one reason cited for a reduction in arrests over the festive period. More drivers were tested for drink driving in Sussex over the Christmas/New Year period, but the number of arrests was down on the previous year. Sussex Police has welcomed the figures, but point out that a significant number of drivers are still choosing to drink and drive, endangering themselves and other road users. A total of 6501 tests were carried out in a seven week period from mid-November with 176 drivers (2.7%)arrested for being over the limit or refusing to provide a breath sample. During the same period in 2009/10, 5966 tests were carried out with 225 arrests (3.8%). Ch Insp Di Roskilly from the Road Policing Unit said: “The results are encouraging, as is the

fact that we are removing more drunk drivers from the roads before they have an opportunity to cause harm - 16 were arrested after a collision during this campaign against 21 the previous year. “However, we must not lose sight of the fact that we do not catch up with every driver who drinks and drives, but every one that does is a potential killer at loose on our roads. “Drink driving is no longer socially acceptable and it is essential that every opportunity is taken to drive home this message. If your partner, parent, child, friend or work colleague is tempted to take the risk, tell them. “If they won't listen, tell us."

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Chip pan fire could have been deadly Honestly, if you’ve got a chip pan, just chuck it out. Especially if you’re the sort of person that comes in after a night out, fancies a bite to eat, but can’t resist a little sleep while the chips are cooking. There are still too many horror stories, and most firefighters would tell you that the best place for a chip pan is in the bin. West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is again reminding people of the dangers of leaving chip pans unattended after a Storrington family had a lucky escape on Monday night. Firefighters were called to the house on Windmill Copse just after 7pm after a pan of boiling oil left unattended on the hob caught light. Fortunately, the house was fitted with an emergency smoke detector, which gave the family a vital early warning to the danger. The Storrington crew arrived just three minutes after the 999 call to discover the owner had carried the chip pan through the house into the garden where it was ablaze. Firefighters were able to quickly extinguish the fire by smothering the pan. A woman and three children were treated at the

scene by paramedics for light smoke inhalation before being taken to hospital as a precaution. Watch Manager Martin Mckilligin from West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service explained the danger: "We are very relieved that nobody was injured in this incident because it could have been potentially disastrous. Pans filled with hot oil are extremely dangerous and even leaving them unattended momentarily is long enough for a fire to develop. When there are small children in the house, there is an even greater risk. “By carrying the pan out into the garden the owner took a serious gamble, this could easily have caused burns that would have lasted a lifetime and have spread a fire through her home. Our advice in this situation is to get everyone out and call us, rather than try and tackle it yourself." New guidelines (stating exactly what Martin said above) were issued about two years ago by the government due to the difficulties many people have got into when dealing with the fire themselves. The most common error is of course to throw water on a chip pan fire. Not wise.

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ClAss CONCErT ANd GIsEllE sunday 23 January 4pm Class concert is a ballet in one act on the theme of a ballet lesson, whilst Giselle recounts the moving story of a peasant girl whose everlasting love transcends death.


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NIxON IN ChINA saturday 12 February 6pm Acclaimed director and long time John Adams collaborator Peter Sellars makes his Met debut with this groundbreaking 1987 work, an exploration of the human truths beyond the headlines surrounding President Nixon’s historic 1972 encounter with Mao and Communist China.


Starring GARY U.S BONDS With Very Special Guest Ben E. King. Along with a stunning live band made up of the UK’s greatest musicians from the bands of Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, etc, this is an amazing night made up of some of the greatest soul songs ever written, performed by some of music’s most iconic performers. The legendary Gary U.S Bonds will host the show, and as well as belting out his own hits such as ‘New Orleans’ and ‘Quarter To Three’, you’ll also hear Gary sing some of the world’s most loved tunes from one of the most loved eras. Gary will be teaming up with another Soul legend, Ben E. King for what promises to be one of the most talked about tours to come to the U.K in years.

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Main picture: London Festival opera. Above left: Gary U.S Bond; Below Right: Chris Barber

Note perfect line-up Over the coming weeks The Capitol is host to a variety of musical performances. London Festival Opera present a thrilling programme of works by Verdi, Puccini, Mozart and Rossini in A Night at the Opera Saturday, 5th February. Chris Barber leads his 11piece band playing a wide selection of his favourite music in an exciting and often moving evening of Jazz and Blues music in The Big Chris Barber Band Sunday, 6th February. Don’t miss The Great American Soul Book Wednesday, 9th February starring Gary U.S. Bond with very special guest Ben E King in an amazing evening made up of some of the greatest soul songs ever written. See the nationally acclaimed Queen tribute band Ga Ga on Friday, 11th February and tickets are selling fast for Barbara Dickson on Wednesday, 16th February. With a career as a multi-platinum selling singer, not to mention award-winning actress, she has firmly established herself as one of the most versatile per-

formers in the UK. Take a nostalgic trip back in time to the greatest era of Rock ‘n’ Roll and enjoy top class tributes in C’Mon Everybody on Friday 18th February. The New Squadronaires return to The Capitol on Sunday, 20th February playing music of the great swing bands including

Tommy Dorsey, Harry James and Benny Goodman and Dennis Locorriere brings his Alone Again 2011 tour to Horsham on Wednesday, 23rd February. The Sounds of Burt Bacharach (Sunday, 27th February) includes all the favourite songs performed in the sixties by Dionne Warwick, Dusty Springfield, Gene Pitney, Sacha Distel, The Carpenters and Barbra Streisand such as

The Look of Love, Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa, Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head and Always Something There To Remind Me, now performed by three West End female singers and one male singer plus a band of seven great musicians in all new arrangements in a new fully stage show. The Manfred’s, with original from man Paul Jones, will be performing many of their hits along with a mix of Jazz and Blues songs from some of their best-known albums on Wednesday, 9th March and get ready to laugh and sing with your hands in the air and your feet moving to the beat as The Briefcase Blues Brothers burst onto the stage on Friday, 18th March. As you can see there is something for every musical taste coming to The Capitol this spring, so don’t miss out on an evening of your favourite tunes.

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The spring theatre programme is now in full swing, with Ian Dickens Productions starting it off last week with Murdered to Death, which was met with great praise and laughter! On Monday, The Birmingham Stage Company returned to The Capitol to begin their rehearsals for Horrible Histories (above) which opens its new national tour with us on Thursday, 27th January and runs until Sunday, 30th January. Some of the performances for this have already sold out, so don’t miss it. This week the movie world has been in the spotlight as the Golden Globe movie awards took place in America last

Sunday, with one of the most talked about winners being Colin Firth, who won the award for ‘Best Actor’ for his role in The King’s Speech. Don’t miss this award winning film (pictured below) that starts showing with us today and runs until Thursday, 10th February. Advanced sales for this film have been very busy so book early to avoid disappointment. The award for ‘Best Actress’ went to Natalie Portman for her role in The Black Swan which I have now programmed in from Friday, 11th February for a week.


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My Dear friend, Hello my dear, I’m just writing to update you with the latest news - I am BACK!!!! I can’t believe it’s 10 years since the first show! Same place, different name - it was the Horsham Arts Centre back then - what a difference to the posh Capitol it is now!

It has been a non-stop ten years, you know. I have been doing such a wide variety of things, and loved them all. You remember that I regularly sing opera at Hever Castle summer open air show: well I have now added singing popular music in Europe to my curriulum vitae! I am currently working with children: teaching drama, which is very rewarding; and last year I was the leading lady in the wonderful musical “The Dream Maker”, opposite Nick Lucas, who had the title role. I have performed at The Players Theatre, which is a world-famous Victorian Music Hall in London, and also at Groombridge Place in Kent, which is a moated manor house with 17th century gardens! Then, of course, there were my annual “One Woman” shows in The Capitol and other venues, so the last ten years has absolutely flown by. Well, put the date in your diary and make sure you book your ticket soon, as I’m only doing one night this year - it is Saturday, 12th February 2011. It is Valentine’s weekend too, so I have made sure that there are some romantic gems in the show. Just call The Capitol Theatre in Horsham An unforgettable evening with Sarah Esser and her wonderful guests; International singer Gari Glaysher, Nick Lucas - star of on 01403 750220. the world premiere of ‘The Dream Maker’, Local singing Celebrity Kevin Hogg, Soprano Heather Caddick and Saxophonist Bill McDonough

The Essence of Sarah

Something for everyone, serious moments to hilarious antics - look out for Gwyneth and Sydney!! With songs and arias to delight you. From Opera to musicals and everything in between!! Under the musical direction of Angela Barker....One night only, Hurry, as Gwyneth has quite a following - Sarah’s not bad either!!

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I’ve got an amazing line-up, and am really excited about it: The Ten Year Anniversary Show, eh! To celebrate, I have a wonderful array of guests, and all under the musical direction of the incomparable Angela Barker. These top musicians include the international singer Gari Glaysher; Nick Lucas, who was the star of the world premiere of “The Dream Maker” last year; local singing celebrity Kevin Hogg; the beautiful soprano Heather Caddick, and saxophonist Bill McDonough. The programme has been carefully selected to appeal to all ages and tastes: it is hosted by myself, Sarah Esser, and includes extracts from the dramatic Carmen; the passionate Samson and Delilah; songs from well-loved musicals, and even some comedy. You haven’t yet met Gwyneth in person, have you - well, she has appeared in a couple of my shows and has quite a Facebook following, and this time we get to meet Sidney, her beau! Antics to amuse, from that pair! Anyway darling, must rush to catch the post(man!). Lots of love,


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women cope without make up in these dark days? It brings to mind a gothic horror film! Research has shown that make up can boost our mood and is beneficial to health (in moderation of course) and when a make up consultant went into a hospital ward, it had a significant impact on recovery time. So if you have had the dreaded lurgy recently, get your lippy out girl! If you have problems knowing how to apply cosmetics, do not worry! Help is at hand! From next week, we have a regular column written by the Make Up Box Studio to help us all look our very best! It will feature ‘Patsy’ and will be informative as well as very funny so don’t miss it! It is lack of light that makes us feel a little gloomy at this time of year although you will not find me commemorating Black Monday next week and I am dedicating this column to reasons to be cheerful! So, at least the days are gradually getting longer with the

prospect of lighter evenings and mornings beckoning us. Having just waved of two dear members of my family to Mexico and New Zealand respectively, the prospect of longer days and sunlight seems tantalisingly alluring... which leads me to confess to a secret addiction... television holiday commercials! The vision of blue skies, sea and sun is irresistible and reassures me that there will be a time, not too far away, when woolly jumpers are not a requirement. The prospect of wearing flip flops is positively intoxicating! Sad, I know.. While I am waiting for the holidays, I must take advantage of the new spa in the Carfax, Mi Spa, which offers a tropical experience with their luxury oil infused hot lava shell treatments. Read further about this unique and invigorating treatment over the page. Looking at the vista of people walking around the town, it seems like a haze of of grey and black coats so let’s

inject some colour! Dig out those bright coats and scarves and raise the temperature with some sassy dressing! Head down to Beales and pick out some of their wonderful sale bargains as the season ends and spring collections are launched. Valentine’s day is not far away either so set your sights on dressing to impress in order to secure a romantic interlude on February 14th. Make sure you read our feature next week as we will be launching an exciting competition with a fabulous range of prizes to make that special day memorable. Just think, this time last month, we were all battling to finish our Christmas shopping, so relax a bit now and enjoy !

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Watch out for Saturday Night Social Dances in the newly refurbished Drill Hall - Denne Road, Horsham

A different approach One of the leading Eco brands in hair and beauty ‘Aveda’ has just launched in Horsham. Aveda has been around for over 30 years and strongly believe in producing products with low impact on the world and using plant and mineral based ingredients that are either organic or of sustainable stock. Aveda don’t test on animals and support world events by participating in ‘Earth Month’, where the proceeds all go to charity. Fusion opened on Wednesday the 5th January 2011 and offer an eat in or take away sandwich shop. From the locally sourced homemade cakes, pies and breads to organic soups and drinks, everything has been throughly researched for the quality and taste experience. Free wifi is also available to customers. Fusion hair and beauty is on the first floor at 4 Park Place, found behind the Waitrose car park. All the hairdressers and beauty therapists are highly skilled in their field and brand new to Horsham, all working together as part of a team to create a different approach to your hair and beauty experience. Firstly, you are not rushed through for high turn around, you are treated as a guest and

as such you will be totally looked after. A stress relieving shoulder, neck and scalp massage is carried out before shampooing and you will experience a relaxing hand massage while your colour is developing. Wind down in the relaxation area where you will find the latest magazines, and if you’re feeling hungry you can have lunch to enjoy, knowing that it is locally

sourced, fresh and of the highest quality. The beauty therapists at Fusion offer a holistic approach to all beauty treatments, tailored on how you feel and your total well-being. From facials to massage to manicures to pedicures, your appointment with Fusion is all about you, and you are guaranteed to leave feeling relaxed and pampered.

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Introducing Mi Spa... Mi Spa is a brand new beauty, skincare and wellbeing spa within the Carfax area of Horsham’s town centre. Our mission is ‘To improve the wellbeing of everyone we touch’. Our vision is to become the wellbeing centre of choice across the whole of Sussex and Surrey. Located on the first floor of a listed building, your experience begins with a feeling of calm as you enter our reception and take in many of the original features of our 14th century building. Our team of specialists will help you decide how you would like to improve your overall sense of wellbeing. You can choose from a range of services and products individually tailored as to meet your needs: - Relaxation –massage, spa treatments and holistic therapies - Skincare -Environ Skincare non- surgical face lifts using your natural powers of rejuvenation, no deep peels or dermabrasion that can thin the skin - Nutrition programs - Skin and wellbeing supplements, key to helping the body cope with the challenges that we all face today both mentally and physically - Beauty - All aspects of beauty therapy using the

most innovative and highly performing products Whether you choose a single treatment or a specially designed program of treatments, we will strive to ensure that your experience helps achieve your individual wellbeing needs. Our range of products are carefully selected and endorsed by intensive medical research, they use naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and plant extracts, thus avoiding the need for unnecessary chemicals being absorbed into the body. We believe that they are unique in the ways in which they can help you achieve your personal wellbeing aims. We also believe that we are the first spa in Horsham to offer some of these experiences. Our range includes: - Environ – Skincare and beauty - Spa Ritual – Body treatments - Bio Sculpture Gel, Minx and Shellac – Nail systems - Jane Iredale – Mineral make up - Advanced Nutrition Program - Highly concentrated nutrients - Forever life - Aloe Vera based products and nutritional supplements We are proud to introduce a new and innovative experience to our clients and the readers of the The Resident.

Lava Shells generate heat for over an hour, and are perfect for stress busting and promoting deep relaxation. The Lava Shell back massage is a deeply comforting massage which uses recycled, naturally self-heating Tiger Clam shells from the sun kissed shores of the Philippines. Combined with tropical massage oil, these marine polished sea shells glide smoothly over the back, and with their soothing heat are perfect for men or women that want deep tissue work, as they help release muscle tension, unblock energy flow, and leave you feeling rejuvenated. We realise that our clients deserve to look and feel their very best. We realise that our clients have a choice. Whether you choose to feel more relaxed, have more energy, become more in touch with your inner being or improve your overall image using makeup, nail treatments and clothes that compliment your individual style, we aim to offer a service that meets those choices. By doing so, we aim to make ‘Mi Spa – Your Spa’. Why not start your journey of wellbeing today by calling 01403 250777 to arrange a free consultation and a tour of our new spa facilities. An advertising promotion for The Resident



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designated parking spaces. The asking rent is £900per calendar month. We are also marketing a good sized three bedroom property in the lovely village of Wisborough Green. This property has been let by Guy Leonard & Company for a number of years and is presented in good condition. There is a large kitchen, living room, cloakroom, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The rear

garden is large but the property is also within an easy walk of the village green offering recreation facilities. This property is being offered for rent at £875.00 per calendar month. The above properties have both been part of our portfolio for several years and we pride ourselves on building a good relationship with our landlords, whether local or overseas. It is a great compliment when a landlord living in Sri Lanka gives us a free rein to arrange for the refurbishment of their property.

If you would like to speak to Guy Leonard about any of the properties we currently have available contact 01903 744166 or 01403 246750.


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December sales figures in the housing market were the lowest since January 2003. The housing market suffered a decrease in sales due to extreme weather in December, estate agents have said. According to a report by the National Association of Estate Agents, the average branch managed to sell just four properties in the final month of 2010, the lowest figure since January 2003, when the mean amount sold was two. In what is traditionally a slow month for business in the industry, the situation was worsened by conditions that covered much of the country in snow. Mike Jones, president of the organisation, stated that the figures were "worse than usual", but remained positive that things would pick up in the near future. "The new year has begun very strongly," he said. "Agents have reported a very busy couple of weeks that we are hopeful will continue."

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Ask the Experts The Estate Agent

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Mo Khan Director Address Estate Agents

Kathy Taylor Senior Manager Leaders

There are quite a range of fees that local estate agents currently offer, from the highest being around 2% of the sale price, most commonly 1 - 1.5%, and there are also agents that are offering fixed fees. The benefit of fixed fees is that you know exactly what you are paying from the outset, however, you must be careful not to take the incentive away for the agent perhaps to get the maximum price for your home. At Address Estate Agents, we feel that there is a need locally for an agent that offers a service with manageable fees yet without compromise on marketing, especially within the current financial climate. We opened our local office over four years ago and charge on average half that of other local competitors. We pride ourselves in providing a fresh, forward thinking and modern approach, dedicating our budgets to proactively advertising your home rather than the expensive running costs of a shop front. Our experienced and dynamic team has built a strong reputation within Horsham, Southwater and surrounding villages. We have successfully sold properties from all spectrums of the market, from studio flats to multi million pound county homes, in one case saving our clients over £40,000.

Unless particularly knowledgeable about property services, the majority of people are unaware of the intricacies of residential property lettings, and of the importance of using an experienced, qualified and independent letting specialist when renting or letting a property. When you use the letting service of an agent you entrust them to do more than simply find you a home to rent or find a tenant for your property. You rely on them to take care of a number of critical issues, including ensuring the tenants’ safety in the property; legal compliance; care and maintenance of the property; protection of landlord’s and tenants’ rights; smooth-running of the tenancy; and reliable provision of accurate, up-to-date and impartial advice on the many aspects of renting or letting. With all this in mind, wouldn’t you be more confident knowing that your chosen agent is a qualified and experienced specialist who knows everything there is to know about lettings, rather than someone new to lettings with minimal experience and no qualifications? I always advise landlords and tenants to only consider an experienced letting agent that is a member of a relevant professional body such as ARLA. There are six key questions you should always ask a letting agent before deciding whether to rent or let through them. And the answer to all six should be YES:


I am considering putting my house on the market and I would like to know how much I can realistically expect to be charged for the sale of my property?

If you would like to contact Address Estate Agents to see how we can help with your property sale or rental, or to pose a question for this column in the future, then please call us on 01403 734200, email us at info@ or log onto our website


Why should I use a specialist Letting Agent?

Are you a member of a professional body? Do you maintain separate client accounts? Are you bonded? Do you hold professional indemnity insurance? Are your staff qualified? Are you a member of a tenancy deposit protection scheme?

Your chosen letting agent should ideally specialise in lettings, with many years of experience in the industry and an excellent local reputation. The staff should have a thorough understanding of your local market and most importantly, they should be completely impartial. We strongly advise landlords never to take rental advice from an agent who is selling you a buy-to-let property.

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Leaders have been specialising in the letting and care of rented property to the highest standards for 27 years and with hundreds of professionally qualified employees have knowledge and capability in the field which is second to none. For information regarding any aspect of letting or renting contact 01403 217585 or kathytaylor@leaders. Leaders 18a Market Square, Horsham,West Sussex RH12 1EU 01403 217585

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

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

with mortgages at the moment?

A In simple terms the financial

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

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


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

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

Q But are independent mort-

gage advisers truly independent?


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

Q But the news reports say

the cost of mortgages is now so

much greater than it was this time last year…


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

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


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

Clive Hancocks FPC CeMap Director

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

Q What do you think will happen long-term?

A It’s hard to say. There will al-

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

Paul Watts CeFA CeMap Director

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

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

13 WEST STREET HORSHAM RH12 1PB To make a no obligation appointment, please call Mortgage Solutions Limited on: 01403 241414 - Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. A fee of up to £95 may be charged for arranging your mortgage. An additional fee of up to £295 may be charged on completion, the amount will depend on your individual circumstances. MAB2866

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Partridge Green £315,000

Situated in a wonderful location with an outlook over farmland, an attractive and well designed three bedroom home in a private courtyard development constructed by Berkeley Homes in this popular hamlet.

A beautifully presented three bedroom, semi-detached, family home with partwalled garden, located on the edge of this popular village.

* Reception hall * Cloakroom * Sitting room with open fire * Conservatory/dining room * Kitchen/breakfast room * Conservatory * Study * Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite shower room * Two further bedrooms * Bathroom * Double glazed windows * Garage * Allocated parking * Gardens with views over farmland *

* Reception hall * Cloakroom * Sitting room * Kitchen/dining room * Utility * Master bedroom with ensuite shower room * Two further bedrooms * Family bathroom * Enclosed rear garden * Single garage with parking space in front * Gas central heating via radiators * Double glazed throughout *

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A modern two bedroom, mid-terrace home, situated in the very popular north Horsham location off Pondtail Road.


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If you are looking to move this year, call us to register your details so you don’t miss out.

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An extended and much improved detached house set within a cul-de-sac location

An extremely well presented and refurbished 1890’s cottage within Warnham village

Four Bedrooms • Lounge • Dining Room • Modern Refitted Kitchen • Utility Room • Master Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room • Double Glazing & Gas CH • Garage • Viewing Highly Recommended

Sought After Village Location • Extensively Modernised and Improved • Lounge with Open Fire • Bespoke Ground Floor Shower Room • Family Bathroom • Majority Hardwood Double Glazing • Viewing Considered Essential

horsham £245,000

horsham £132,500

horsham £249,950

horsham £229,950

Two Double Bedrooms • Two En Suites • Kitchen / Breakfast Room • Close to Town and Station • No Onward Chain • Remainder of NHBC

Living Room • Refitted Kitchen • Bedroom with wardrobe • Bathroom • Direct access to Communal Gardens • Residents Parking

Three Spacious Bedrooms • Refitted Modern Kitchen • Attractive Modern Bathroom • Detached Garage & Off road parking • Double glazed & Gas fired central heating • Road links for the A24/A23/M23/M25

23ft ( Approx ) Living Room • Two Double Bedrooms • Good Size Single Bedroom • Double Glazing & GFCH • Garden and Garage • No Onward Chain

horsham £179,950

horsham guide Price £285,000

horsham £164,950

horsham £279,950

Two Bedrooms • Fully Equipped Kitchen • Contemporary White Bathroom • Allocated Parking • Security Intercom • ESWA Underfloor Heating • Double Glazing • Energy Efficient Downlighters • Landscaped Gardens

Semi Detached House • Extended Ground Floor • Three Good Sized Bedrooms • Two Reception Rooms • Off Street Parking • Garage • Close to Town Centre • UPVC Double Glazing • Gas Central Heating

First Floor • Two Bedrooms •’ Lounge/Dining Room • Private Parking space • Gas fired central heating •Walking distance from Town Centre

Three Double Bedrooms • 19’ 11 Living Room • 10’4 x 8’8 Separate Dining Room • 11’4 x 8’6 Kitchen Double Storey Extension • Integral Garage and OSP

OPEN HOUSE 11.00 - 12.00


warnham £119,500

horsham £214,950

horsham £400,000

horsham guide Price £350,000

Spacious Apartment • Village Location • 19’5 Living Room • Double Glazed • Comunnal Gardens • No Onward Chain

Two Bedrooms • Family Bathroom • Gas Central Heating • Double Glazing • 17’11 Lounge • Viewing Recommended

Four Double Bedrooms • With the Master Bedroom Measuring 15’ x 14’ • Bespoke Kitchen / Breakfast Room • Off Street Parking & Detached Garage • Sold With No Ongoing Chain

Extended Family Home • Cul-De-Sac Location • 5 Bedrooms • En Suite • Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Garage and Off Street Parking • Excellent Decorative Order • 2 Reception Rooms • North Horsham area




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

01403 272022

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Blackpool guide Price £117,500

eckington, sheffield

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

Two Bedrooms • Bathroom with new Suite • Living Room • Kitchen/ Diner • Large Rear Garden • Double Glazing • Gas CH

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cowfold guide Price £125,000 Character Property • Village Location • Ideal First Time Buyer’s or Investment Property • One Large Double Bedroom • En Suite Shower and Bath • Living Room • Kitchen • Courtyard Garden • No Onward Chain




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guide Price £75,000

wallasey guide Price £65,000 Three Bedrooms •Cul-de-sac location • Bathroom with new suite • Through Lounge/Diner • Kitchen •Gas CH • Double Glazing • Driveway parking • Low Maintenance Rear Garden

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8 | property Henfield


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An opportunity has arisen to acquire this two bedroom character cottage in Nep Town Road which was formerly part of the Infant School which was founded in 1844 by William Borrer. The property has been skilfully extended to include a re-fitted bathroom with roll top bath and an extended modern re-fitted kitchen area. To the rear there is a private garden. Henfield’s High Street with it’s variety of shops and pubs are situated within 1/4 mile.

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A split level ground floor 2 bedroom end apartment with its own parking space in a character development convenient for the village High Street and local amenities. Hassocks Main Line station is within two miles.

T 01903 815806 Contact Steyning


Upper Beeding

Guide Price £380,000

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Situated in the quiet and semi-rural New Hall Lane is this four bedroom semi-detached family home. The property benefits form having open farmland views to the front and the approximately 105ft rear garden backs onto fields. Local shops, post office and public house are situated within 1/2 mile of the property. There is also scope for updating and improvement which is reflected in the realistic asking price.

PRICE RANGE £380,000 - £400,000 A rare opportunity to buy in this exclusive location: a charming modern cottage style 3/4 bedroom detached house tucked away near the end of a delightful small cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Upper Beeding backing onto the village church. Very well presented with a lovely, easily managed, flint walled patio garden enjoying a high degree of seclusion, viewing is recommended.

PRICE RANGE £250,000 - £275,000 A 2 bedroom bungalow, attached at the back, of mainly timber construction in need of renovation or redevelopment, subject to any necessary consents, situated in an enviable position in this favoured close of character properties just off the lower end of the High Street of this picturesque small country town. It has the added benefit of a garage.

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Upper Beeding



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***IDEAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY*** An opportunity to acquire this fantastic well presented investment studio flat with tenant already in situ with a current rental income of £450 pcm. The property also has a garage situated in a block and boasts fantastic views across the Adur Valley.

A second floor one bedroom retirement flat situated in sought after Goring Road with good access to Steyning’s High Street with it’s range of shops, restaurants and pubs. The property has excellent facilities including laundry room, well presented communal lounge area with kitchen and well maintained communal gardens.

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Re P du rice ct io n This modern 5 double bedroom detached property is set upon one of the most desirable roads in Ashington and has been improved by the current owners to a very high standard. The kitchen and bathrooms have been replaced and there is a heated swimming pool to the rear. A double garage and driveway offer parking space for several vehicles. Internal viewing is essential to appreciate all that this delightful property has to offer.

Contact Storrington

A superbly presented extended family home offering spacious and versatile accommodation located in this sought after cul de sac location. Features include two receptions, third reception/bedroom 4, conservatory, ground floor shower room. South facing rear garden.

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West Chiltington


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A beautifully presented Mellow brick stone cottage style detached bungalow with spacious and versatile accommodation , located within 1/4 mile of Storrington Village centre offering traditional shops and community facilities. Access routes to A24 and Gatwick are within 2 miles.

A superbly presented four bedroom family home located in this cul de sac position delightfully situated backing onto open woodland. Features include sitting room/ dining room, kitchen with integrated appliances, ground floor cloakroom, family bathroom, master bedroom with en suite facilities, gas heating via radiators, uPVC double glazed windows and garage.

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A versatile five bedroom house with views to rear with a swimming pool, driveway parking and extensive garaging with a useful room above with a kitchen area and bathroom above (offering annexe potential, subject to the usual consents), set in around half an acre of mature landscaped grounds.

This three bedroom property is ideally situated for Storrington village centre and offers well presented accommodation over two floors. Benefitting from double glazing and a gas fired central heating system, this house boasts two receptions, a ground floor cloakroom / wc and family bathroom. There is a lawned garden and secluded courtyard to the front and small lawned garden to the rear. A garage and driveway offer parking.

A beautifully presented two bedroom character cottage having undergone much renovation by its current owners, located in the heart of Storrington.

This two double bedroom modern semi detached property is located in a residential area, less than a mile from the centre of Storrington village. Being well presented throughout and with a delightful rear garden, the house benefits from double glazing and a gas fired central heating system. There is a breakfast kitchen which opens onto a further side garden and the vendor informs us that they have been granted planning permission for a single storey extension here (to be verified). Internal viewing is highly recommended.

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YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch




Connells offer to the market a 3 bedroom extended detached bungalow. The property  comprises entrance porch, kitchen, dining room, lounge, three bedrooms and family bathroom. To the rear of bungalow has an attractive garden laid to lawn with patio area. The front of property offers off road parking for four vehicles with lawn and mature trees.



Connells bring to the market this character property situated within close proximity to Horsham town centre with it’s plethora of bars and local boutiques, along with Horsham station offering great access to London. Accommodation comprises large reception room, kitchen/utility room, small cellar, 3 bedrooms with further dining room/bedroom 4, rear garden.Viewings highly recommended.

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A mid terraced property which is situated in the North of Horsham with access to Horsham train station and local amenities. Also offering 18’ lounge/dining room and fitted kitchen with French doors to rear garden whilst to the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Property is offered with vacant possession upon completion.Viewing is highly recommended.



Broadbridge Heath

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


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Connells are pleased to offer to the market this property that forms part of a purpose built mews set within communal grounds of Warnham Court. The property benefits: kitchen, lounge/ dining room and cloakroom to ground floor. First floor has master bedroom with en suite and a further bedroom. Second floor has two further bedrooms with a shower room. Warnham Court is situated within 14 acres of parkland grounds overlooking the surrounding deer park.





Connells are pleased to present to the market a three bedroom semi detached family home situated with easy access to A23 commuter route. The property briefly comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, cloakroom, three double bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally the property benefits from a garage with off road parking and rear garden. An internal viewing is recommended.




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A one double bedroom ground floor purpose built flat ideally located for Horsham mainline train station and town centre. The flat offers double bedroom, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. The property will suit a first time buyer of buy to let investor. An internal viewing is highly recommended.



The property is a well presented ground floor flat with one double bedroom. The property comprises communal entrance hall with security entrance phone system, separate entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing, communal gardens and parking.

A Victorian three bedroom detached bay fronted property in need of complete refurbishment. The property comprises entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms & family bathroom. Set within lawned gardens with driveway & garage. Offered with vacant possession & offering incredible value for money.



A well presented 3 bedroom end of terrace family home situated on a corner plot to the north of Horsham town centre. The property briefly comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/diner on the ground floor whilst the first floor there are three good size bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing throughout and its presented in good decorative order.

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


OIEO £215,000

A two bedroom end of terrace house situated in a cul-de-sac location with easy access to local amenities and A23 commuter route. Property comprises: two double bedrooms, lounge, conservatory, kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, family bathroom, garage and rear garden. An internal viewing is highly recommended.

Are you thinking of selling your home ? Call today for a FREE market appraisal Telephone : 01403 256331 - Email :

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YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch Horsham








Connells are pleased to offer to the market a top floor studio apartment offering easy access to Horsham mainline train station, Horsham town centre and park. The property comprises: lounge/bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, allocated parking and communal gardens.

Connells are delighted to offer to the market a three bedroom semi detached property located in north Horsham within walking distance of Littlehaven train station. The property comprises: lounge, newly fitted kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, two double bedrooms and a further single bedroom, newly fitted bathroom. Outside offers a Mediterranean style tiered garden with an array of rock features with shrub borders. Garage en-bloc.


OIRO £249,950

Price Range £249,950 - £265,000. A link-detached two bedroom bungalow in a sort after location. The property briefly comprises two double bedrooms, shower room, lounge through diner, kitchen, out house and garage. The property includes a rear garden, off road parking for at least 3 vehicles.Viewing is highly recommended strictly by appointment only.

OIEO £226,000


Delightful 4 bedroom semi-detached home situated in the ever popular cul-de-sac Hillside, located within close proximity to Horsham town centre, with its plethora of shops, boutiques and bars and also Horsham station. Property comprises: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, downstairs wc, large lounge with open feature fireplace, separate dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room, landscaped rear garden, driveway and garage. We strongly advise an internal inspection to avoid disappointment.



A well presented ground floor one bedroom purpose built apartment situated within walking distance of Horsham mainline railway station. Accommodation comprises, communal entrance hall with security entry, private entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, double bedroom & bathroom. Benefits include gas central heating, allocated parking & communal lawned gardens.

Connells are proud to offer to the market a 2 bedroom semi detached character house situated in the sought after area of west Horsham offering access to Horsham station and town centre. The property comprises lounge, dining room, newly fitted kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and family bathroom. Outside includes outhouse cloakroom/storage room with electricity and garden.






A stunning period three storey bay-fronted property situated close to Horsham Station. Refurbished by the current owners the property comprises sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property is set in lawned gardens with off road parking for 2 cars. Benefits include double-glazing and gas central heating.


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Berkeley Homes present Hollycombe House at The Paddocks a four bedroom detached house within this select development located at the end of a private cul-de-sac offering a secluded collection of just thirteen semi and detached houses. The property briefly comprises entrance hallway, open plan kitchen and breakfast room, living room with double doors to rear garden, dining  room and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from front and rear gardens, garage and driveway.


Berkeley Homes present Amberley House at The Paddocks a 5 bedroom detached house within this select development located at the end of a private cul-de-sac offering a secluded collection of just 13 semi and detached houses. The property briefly comprises entrance hallway, living room with double doors to garden, dining room, open plan kitchen/breakfast room and family area with two sets of double doors to garden, utility room, study and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom.

Berkeley Homes present Boxgrove House at The Paddocks a 5 bedroom detached house within this select development located at the end of a private cul-de-sac offering a secluded collection of just 13 semi and detached houses. The property briefly comprises entrance hallway, living room with double doors to garden, dining room, open plan kitchen/breakfast room and family room with double doors to garden, utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom.





A two bedroom two bathroom ground floor apartment in a town centre location. The property comprises entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite, further bedroom and bathroom, enclosed patio area. Outside has communal gardens and underground parking.

Berkeley Homes present Maplehurst Cottage at The Paddocks is a three bedroom semi-detached house within this select development located at the end of a private cul-de-sac offering a secluded collection of just thirteen semi  and detached houses. The property briefly comprises entrance hallway, open plan kitchen and living/dining room with double doors to rear garden, and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor comprises master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes, third bedroom and family  bathroom. The property also benefits from front and rear gardens, two carport spaces. 


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A spacious first floor 2 bedroom apartment having been the subject of much time and expense by the present Vendors and should be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. HorsHam 01403 263000



a 2 bed mid terrace property with 18’9 x 12’5 living room and a 12’5 x 8’2 kitchen. To the outside there is a garage in nearby compound and pleasant rear garden. HorsHam 01403 263000



a spacious 3 bed end of terrace recently undergone refurbishment, approximately 55ft rear garden. HorsHam 01403 263000



FIXED PRICE £260,000

a 3 bedroom semi detached family home with attached garage with close proximity to the town centre and Horsham station. No FoRWaRD CHaIN. HorsHam 01403 263000

£319,950 a semi detached family house that has been extended to the rear and now gives spacious living accommodation. The property benefits from downstairs cloakroom, private driveway with detached garage, gardens.

HorsHam 01403 263000




an older style semi detached house that has been the subject of much improvement by the current owners and now has a well planned and spacious loft conversion. The rear garden is approximately 80 ft length.


a well appointed Berkeley Homes property in a superb countryside location. The property has two formal reception rooms, a good sized kitchen/breakfast room and on the ground floor a cloakroom.

HorsHam 01403 263000

HorsHam 01403 263000



A 3-bed semi-detached house with re-fitted kitchen & bathroom in a quiet cul-de-sac. Entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/dining room, bathroom, garage, enclosed rear garden.

BillingsHurst 01403 785288




oIEo £280,000

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

a 3-bed semi-detached cottage-style house. Entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, ensuite shower, bathroom, garage, southerly garden.

BillingsHurst 01403 785288

BillingsHurst 01403 785288


£275,000 a semi-detached bungalow in popular West Chiltington location benefiting from 3 bedrooms, 21ft x 19ft living room/dining room, sun room, kitchen, bathroom, garage, parking, south facing rear garden, potential to extend, subject to planning consent.

storrington 01903 746000





a spacious 3-bed detached house. Entrance hall, lounge, dining room, re-fitted kitchen, conservatory, shower room, large garage/workshop, 144’ rear garden (approx).

a 3-bed detached house. Entrance Hall, cloakroom, kitchen, lounge/dining room, conservatory, en-suite to master bedroom, bathroom, integral garage, enclosed rear garden.

BillingsHurst 01403 785288

BillingsHurst 01403 785288



a semi-detached house in select village centre location retaining many character features and accommodation comprising 3 bedrooms, garage and parking. ample potential. No FoRWaRD CHaIN.

storrington 01903 746000







Brand new detached house on exclusive gated development adjoining National Trust land. 6 bedrooms (2 en-suite), 3 receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, double garage, garden.

an attractive mid-terrace house situated in popular village development. 3 bedrooms, L-shaped lounge/dining room with study area, conservatory, kitchen, cloaks/shower room, bathroom, off-road parking, garden.

A beautifully appointed second floor apartment, being one of six completed to a high specification with walking distance of local amenities. 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, allocated parking.

storrington 01903 746000

storrington 01903 746000

storrington 01903 746000

BILLINGSHURST 01403 785288

HoRSHam 01403 263000

SToRRINGToN 01903 746000

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Munslow Bailey Gray













25 Piries Place, Horsham, RH12 1EH

horsham £479,950

BroaDBrIDGE hEaTh £325,000

horsham £299,950

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Exceptional top floor apartment 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Juliet balcony with views of grounds Secure gated development Balance of NHBC warranty

horsham £950 PCm

horsham £239,950

horsham £189,950

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3 Bedroom End Terrace Large kitchen / diner Ground floor cloakroom Central location Must be viewed

3 Bedroom Family Home 2 Reception Rooms Utility room Good size rear garden Early Viewing Recommended

2 Bedroom End Terrace Kitchen/Diner Driveway parking Additional private parking space Garden with side access













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A three bedroom semi detached Excellent decorative condition throughout Modern kitchen with built in appliances Recently re-fitted bathroom Convenient for the town centre and station



Bay Fronted Victorian Semi 4 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms Many Period Features Detached Garage and Parking


Detached Family Home 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Vaulted Master Bedroom Suite Detached Double Garage

horsham £239,950

horsham £209,950

horsham £275,000

horsham £294,950

horsham £134,950

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2 Bedroom End terrace Kitchen/Breakfast Room Open views to rear Garage Popular location

Bay Fronted Semi 3 Bedrooms 2 Reception Rooms Views to rear Scope to extend (STPP)

01403 267530

4 Bedroom Semi 2 Reception Rooms Tandem Garage Excellent Off Road Parking Popular Location

1 Bedroom First Floor Apartment Fitted Kitchen Modern bathroom Double Glazing Easy Access to Town and Station

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SOUTHWATER £72,500 LEASEHOLD Available to Purchase at 50%, 75% or 100% of the Asking Price at £145,000 | Newly Built in Approximately 2005 | 'Paula Rosa' Fitted Kitchen

BROADBRIDGE HEATH £93,000 LEASEHOLD ** INVESTORS ONLY SOLD WITH TENANT INSITU ** Ground Floor Studio Apartment | Popular Village of Broadbridge Heath |

HORSHAM £129,950 LEASEHOLD A One Bedroom First Floor Flat | Close Proximity to Horsham Town Centre and Mainline Station | Entrance Hall | 11’10” Kitchen

HORSHAM £164,950 LEASEHOLD A Two Bedroom Top Floor Flat | Popular Greenacres Development | Close Proximity of Horsham Station, Park and Town Centre

HORSHAM £174,950 LEASEHOLD A Two Bedroom Split Level Maisonette | Within Close Proximity of Horsham Mainline Station | Ideal Opportunity for Investment/First Time Buy | Entrance Area | To the First Floor are Kitchen | To the Second Floor are Two Bedrooms Living/Dining Room and

HORSHAM £214,950 LEASEHOLD A Two Bedroom First Floor Luxury Apartment | Built by Rydon Homes in Approximately 2004 | Popular Gated Development of The Comptons | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Second Double Bedroom | Spacious Hall Leading to Bathroom

NORTH HORSHAM £229,950 FREEHOLD A Three Bedroom End Terrace House | Situated in a Cul-De-Sac Backing onto Woodland | Popular North Horsham Location | Entrance Hall | Kitchen | Living Room | Dining Area | Three Bedrooms | Bathroom | Gas Radiator Heating | Double Glazing

SOUTHWATER £249,950 FREEHOLD A Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House | Cul-De-Sac Location | Within Popular Village of Southwater | Entrance Hall | Downstairs Cloakroom | Double Aspect Lounge/Dining Room | Kitchen | Conservatory | Three Double Bedrooms | Family Bathroom

HORSHAM £255,000 FREEHOLD A Two Double Bedroom Victorian Semi-Detached House | Close Proximity of Horsham Mainline Station and Town Centre | Entrance Hall | Living Room | Separate Dining Room | Kitchen | Bathroom | Two Double Bedrooms | En-Suite Shower Room

HORSHAM £294,000 FREEHOLD A Three Bedroom 'Charles Church' Link Detached House | Downstairs Cloakroom | Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room | 15'8 Living Room | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room | Refitted Bathroom | Double Glazing | Gas Radiator Heating


HORSHAM £1595 PCM • Four bedroom detached house • Popular north Horsham location • Master with ensuite

Independant mortgage advice provided by :

SOUTHWATER £925 PCM • Three bedroom house • Fitted kitchen with appliances • Garage

PARTRIDGE GREEN £595 PCM • One double bedroom apartment, unfurnished • Fitted kitchen with appliances • Spacious lounge with balcony

HORSHAM £995 PCM • Three bedroom redecorated house • Kitchen with appliances • Spacious lounge

COLGATE £2250 PCM • Four bedroom detached country house • Extensive grounds • Spacious throughout

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Effort will be rewarded Neil Moore of Guy Leonard & Company suggests some ways to make your property more saleable For many people the New Year will mean a new home and even a new start. It is an exciting prospect, even if it is a little daunting. Moving home is a big step. Plus this year both buyers and sellers will have to contend with a market that is still suffering from the recessional hangover and austerity measures. Buyers will have to ensure that they are in a good position to obtain a mortgage at a time when lenders aren’t doing much to help. But sellers can do much to help themselves in making their property as attractive as possible. Some thought and action before going on to the market and some small touches

when receiving viewers will make a big difference both to saleability and to the eventual sale price. So here are some simple tips to help make the first step to a successful move. To get top price for a house or flat it must tick a number of boxes. Nothing can be done to improve location, and increasing the space is a bit radical and expensive, but price and condition can always be made more attractive to buyers. First, property should seduce the senses by appealing to the nose, the eye and the ear. Would you prefer the smell of fresh flowers, freshly brewed coffee and

baking bread or the odour of somebody else’s pungent cooking and unaired bedrooms and bathrooms? Best to take spicy foods off the menu for a while and open some windows. Buy an expensive aromatic candle or two and light them up before a potential buyer arrives. Then they will

be delighted to follow their noses. De-cluttering is vital to make the space look as large as possible. There should be a place for books, magazines, clothes, kitchen utensils, etc. and all these things should be in their rightful places. Removing just one piece of furniture from a room can make a big impact to the sense of space. Clashing colours may be some people’s idea of great interior design, but many buyers would run a mile. Repaint in white – it looks clean, offends no one and makes rooms look larger. It will be worth some time with a roller and the relatively small cost of trade emulsion. Does your property sound good? Is there loud music blaring or an offputting television in the background? Turn them off. Are there young children screaming? Turn them off too. Let

peace reign. Or if there is intrusive noise from outside like traffic or aircraft play some soothing music to please the ear. Don’t forget the first impression. Most unkempt front gardens imply an unkempt house. Cut the grass. Prune the plants. Hide the dustbin. Store away the red plastic children’s slide that has faded to pink in the sun. Finally your property should appeal to a buyer’s pocket. Price it to sell. Follow these rules, gird yourself for cancellations, no-shows and less-thantactful viewers and you will be on the way to sweet smelling selling success. Woe betides the seller down the road who lives in overpriced mess within an overgrown garden. You will have moved to a new life long before they wake up and smell the coffee.

Struggling to pay rent

For details of all our properties visit our website or contact Neil Moore on 01903 742354.

A study has revealed an increase in tenants finding it difficult to pay for their rent. The number of people struggling to pay the rent on their home has significantly increased, research has shown. A survey by the Association of Residential Letting Agents (Arla) revealed 40% of landlords reported occupants having difficulties in the fourth quarter of 2010, as opposed to 35.9% in the third. Leaseholders' ability to meet their rental payments is beginning to be affected by job losses and pay cuts, it was suggested. Last month, Arla figures showed there were more tenants than available properties, with this situation expected to continue in 2011.

SITTONS Solicitors

...for legal advice you can understand

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.

Nelson Road maisonette Brock Taylor are delighted to offer for sale a character first floor maisonette which is located on the popular West side of Horsham on Nelson

Road. The accommodation offers its own personal front door which in turn leads to an entrance hall with stairs leading

to first floor landing which has access to a boarded loft space, 15’ lounge/dining room, a modern fitted kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside there is a private courtyard garden, with the property also benefitting from its own parking space. The property is located within walking distance of the town centre, mainline station and picturesque Horsham Park, and is offered at a price of £164,950.

Internal viewings are highly recommended. For an appointment to view please call Brock Taylor Estate Agents on 01403 272022.

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 ? • • • • • •

Conveyancing Buy-to-Let Transfers of Property Co-ownership Equity Release Schemes Tenancy Agreements

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Leases Wills Lasting Powers of Attorney Administration of Estates Re-mortgages

For a professional legal service, contact Shalena Sitton 44 Pollards Drive Horsham West Sussex RH13 5HH 01403 267377

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First In Letting


Horsham: 01403 217585

Leaders won the coveted “Company of the Year” in the recently held Sussex Business Awards.

172164 Broadbridge Heath £500 pcm

728378 North Horsham £600 pcm

588369 North Horsham £875 pcm

283027 Street Horsham £880 pcm

• Very spacious furnished studio flat • Situated in a popular residential area • Large studio with wood laminate flooring • Modern kitchen with appliances • With allocated parking in quiet location

• Modern 1 bedroom purpose-built flat • In a popular residential area • Re-fitted kitchen and lounge • Double bedroom and bathroom • Redecorated and recarpeted throughout

• 2 double bedroom house in North Horsham • Lounge and lovely conservatory • GCH, double glazing & garage • Modern fitted kitchen with appliances • Modern white bathroom with shower

• Superb 2 bed refurbished apartment • Close to the town centre and station • Contemporary fitted kitchen/breakfast room • Modern refitted bathroom with shower • Neutral decor and finished to a high standard

Available now!

163703 Central Horsham £925 pcm

• Free custom built App provides info on all available properties

• Luxury 2 double bedroom apartment • Spacious lounge/dining room with balcony • Luxury fitted kitchen with appliances • Main Bedroom with built in wardrobes & ensuite • Secure underground allocated parking

• Updates sent directly to your phone about new properties, price changes and special offers

453662 Pulborough £975 pcm • Stunning 2 double bed luxury apartment • Within walking distance of the mainline station • Kitchen with granite work tops and appliances • Master bedroom with luxury en-suite • Security entry system, GCH, DG and parking

• Calculate your rental affordability and much, much more. Visit the App Store and key in “Leaders” to download.

87121 Horsham £1100 pcm • Modern 3 bedroom unfurnished town house • Within walking distance of the town centre and station • Luxury fitted kitchen / breakfast room with appliances • Master bedroom with built-wardrobes and en-suite • Enclosed rear garden and parking for 3 cars

First independent letting agent to launch a specialist App

688160 Pulborough £1250 pcm • Brand new 4 bedroom unfurnished house • Situated in an exclusive modern development • Lovely fitted kitchen with some integrated appliances • Master bedroom with built-in wardrobe • Attractive enclosed rear garden, single garage

422268 Partridge Green £1300 pcm

431336 Horsham £1350 pcm

715799 Billingshurst £1350 pcm

207607 Horsham £1500 pcm

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

• Superb 3 double bedroom detached house • Within an easy walk of the station and town centre • Luxury fitted kitchen with granite work tops • Master bedroom with wardrobes and en-suite shower • Low maintenance gardens and driveway parking

• Modern 5 bedroom detached family house • Close to the mainline station The Weald School • Modern fully fitted kitchen with appliances • Dual aspect master bedroom with en-suite • Benefits from GCH, DG, single garage and parking

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

18a Market Square, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1EU email:

Opening times: Mon-Fri 9.00-6.00 Sat 9.00-5.00

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Location, Location £000,000 Free/Leasehold

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Broadbridge Heath £5,000 pcm

A spacious seven bedroom detached family house situated within private grounds measuring approximately 3.3 acres located close to Slinfold village.

Horsham £2,750 pcm

A fantastic spacious five bedroom detached family house situated in a quiet private cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Horsham town.

Location, Location £000,000 Free/Leasehold

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Location, Location £000,000 Free/Leasehold

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Partridge Green £2,500 pcm

A delightful well presented detached spacious family home with stunning views located in the popular village of Partridge Green.

Charlwood £4,950 pcm

A fantastic grade II listed seven bedroom classic medieval hall house which dates in part from 1456 and set within 3.6 Acres with outdoor swimming pool and Tennis court.

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for 1st 3 months of any let offer valid until 31/03/11


£1,350 pcm

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









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£1,150 pcm

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


£650 pcm

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

The affordable estate agents who stand out from the crowd

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HORSHAm | £1600 Pcm


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Detached 5 Bedroom House Self contained double room with shower on ground floor Family bathroom and en-suite to main bedroom Large family kitchen with appliances Walking distance to town centre Unfurnished

Well presented 5 bedroom house Walking distance of all amenities Modern kitchen and 2 bathrooms Front and rear garden Parking Unfurnished

cAPEL, DORkInG | £4000 Pcm • • • • • • • • • •

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

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

IFIELD, cRAWLEY | £1350 Pcm

cRAWLEY | £875 Pcm

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Furnished and well presented 5 bedroom house En-suite bathroom to main bedroom Good size family bathroom Large front and back garden Large driveway Available mid Jan

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



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2 double bedroom house Modern kitchen Good sixe living/dining room Front and back garden Unfurnished Available immediately

Spacious, tastefully furnished 2 bedroom flat Large modern kitchen/Breakfast room Good storage Walking distance to town centre Available immediately

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

Spacious 2 double bedroom semi detached house 1 large bathroom Fitted Kitchen Front and Rear Garden Close to mainline station and local amenities Unfurnished




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HORSHAm | £595 Pcm

HORSHAm | £630 Pcm

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Delightful 2 bedroom flat Walking distance of all local amenities Modern kitchen Bathroom with shower Parking Unfurnished

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

Delightful one double bedroom flat Newly double glazed Bathroom with new shower New Storage Heaters throughout Bedroom recently re-decorated Unfurnished

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26 Piries Place, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1EH Tel : 01403 275030 Fax : 01403 264136

Convenient location 1 bedroom maisonette Spacious accommodation Modern kitchen with appliances Parking Walking distance to town centre Unfurnished

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Horsham Branch




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


£695 (pcm)

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


£775 (pcm)

A superbly presented, brand new 2 bedroom apartment offered in excellent condition throughout and situated in highly sought after central location within couple of minutes walk of Town Centre and mainline Railway Station. Features include complete refurbishment throughout, modern fitted kitchen, contemporary bathroom suite, private off road parking, communal garden and central position.

Haywards Heath

£1,100 (pcm)

An excellently presented 3 bedroom detached family home situated in highly sought after residential location within walking distance of Town Centre and Railway Station. Property boasts a luxurious modern fitted kitchen, landscaped rear garden, spacious accommodation throughout, contemporary bathroom suite and private driveway for several vehicles.


£650 (pcm)

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


Please call in or contact us to discuss services on 01403 256331 or Are you thinking of selling your home ? Call today for a FREE market appraisal Telephone : 01403 256331 - Email :

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26 - 27 West Street Horsham West Sussex

Property Management



RUSpER £975pcm

HORSHAm £750pcm

Three bed unfurnished bungalow

Three bed unfurnished house in village location, just redecorated throughout

Four bed unfurnished flat above village stores

One bed unfurnished flat in town centre Over 55’s only


HORSHAm £725pcm

HORSHAm £1100pcm

HORSHAm £975pcm

Two bed first unfurnished second floor flat close to station

Two bed unfurnished ground floor flat within walking distance of town centre

Three bed unfurnished semi-detached house on the north side of Horsham

Three bed unfurnished semi-detached house within walking distance of town centre

Telephone 01403 217427

Fax : 01403 217083 eMail :

Telephone : 01403 242033 Mobile : 07590 580226 Email : Warnham

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a beautifully presented 5 bed detached character property set in the picturesque village of Warnham. this property has huge rooms and offers so much flexability. There is a wonderful fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with patio doors to secluded garden. double garage, early viewing a must.

a beautiful period family house in a convenient position very close to Billingshurst village, station and the Weald secondary School. This wonderful house has many exposed beams, lots of space and an open fireplace. There are 4 bedrooms, a south facing secure garden, parking. PETS CONSIDERED

set in the beautiful village of Warnham is this wonderful 3 bedroom house, currently in the process of being re decorated throughout. Large fully fitted open plan kitchen/dining room, utility room, large lounge with patio doors to garden and open feature fireplace. Private garden, off road parking.

a fantastic opportunity to rent this 3 bedroom house in Billingshurst on the popular Penfold grange development. this property is in immaculate condition throughout. large lounge, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, landscaped rear garden, garage, parking and plenty of storage. Early viewing advised.

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coMPletely RenoVated to an high standard is this semi detached two bed character cottage set close to both Littlehaven and Horsham Stations. Fully fitted kitchen, new bathroom, two double bedrooms, pretty garden.

A delightful period cottage set in a great location within walking distance of Billingshurst train station and shops. this property has been completely re- decorated throughout. two reception rooms both with open fireplaces, two double bedrooms, pretty garden, parking and garage.

a beautiful period semi detached cottage in a great location within walking distance of Billingshurst train station and shops. This delightful one bed cottage is in excellent condition and has fitted kitchen, reception room, large bedroom, parking space and its own courtyard garden.

A well presented, spacious second floor apartment with easy access to the town centre and train station. large bright living room with access to private balcony, good sized kitchen with appliances and plenty of parking.

Residential letting & PRoPeRty ManageMent sPecialists

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The What Car? awards were held at the weekend. It seems a bit like the Grammys, in that there are so many awards that everyone gets something (and the winner of the best rear seat cup holders goes to...) here are some of the more important victors. We’ll start with the latest Ford Mondeo has been declared the UK's best family and estate car by What Car? within months of going on sale.

The big award at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane went to the new Audi A1. The judges were full of admiration for the premium subcompact hatchback, which “comes across as every inch a bespoke premium product“ and “oozes quality everywhere you look and from everything you touch – you won’t find better at this price.”

The Nissan LEAF’s run of award success has continued, picking up the Ultra Low Carbon Award in the What Car? Awards 2011. The What Car? award win builds on an already great reception with the 100% electric vehicle winning worldwide praise, including picking up the 2011 Car of the Year.

And the Ferrari 458 Italia has taken another international prize, winning the coveted Best Performance Car Award. What Car? Editor-in-Chief, Steve Fowler, said: ‘There is no better car to drive than the Ferrari 458 Italia – it’s a simply breathtaking combination of technological and styling excellence that results in a truly thrilling driving experience.

ford’s new focus on family favourite it may seem a bit boring, what with being the most common, but britain does love the ford focus. While we all talk about the cars we might buy, when it comes down to it, the Seat is a bit too feisty, the VW is a bit too conservative and the Alfa, well, someone once told you they always break down and that’s stayed with you. So then, millions of us will be at least partly interested to know that the dynamic all-new Ford Focus comes to the UK in March, with its exciting two-model lineup of sporty 5-door hatchback and stylish 5-door estate. With over 1,4 million examples sold in Britain since its launch in 1998, the Ford Focus has become a favourite with consumers for its outstanding value, comfort and safety, and above all, for being fun to drive. The all-new Focus also offers customers the highest standards of quality and detailed craftsmanship, outstanding fuel econ-

omy, and takes the legendary Focus driving dynamics to a new level. “We are very excited about introducing the new Ford Focus to the European market given the strong heritage this model has here," said Stephen T. Odell, Chairman and CEO, Ford of Europe. “With its desirable combination of dynamic design, outstanding driver appeal, unmatched levels of technology and impressive fuel economy, we believe that the new car will not only delight our existing customers but also expand the appeal of the Focus brand to a whole new generation of Ford customers." Cus-

tomers of the all-new Ford Focus benefit from an impressive range of advanced new powertrain technologies that enhance performance and sustainability while lowering cost of ownership. In addition to upgraded ver-

gines, including the all-new 1.6litre 4-cylinder Ford EcoBoost engine. Each engine range offers significant reductions in CO2 emissions and fuel consumption compared to the outgoing model. These state-of-the-art engines are complemented by advanced

sions of Ford’s highly acclaimed Duratorq TDCi diesel engines, the all-new Focus line-up also features a choice of petrol en-

transmissions, including the smooth and efficient Ford PowerShift 6-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, and the all-new Ford Durashift 6speed manual transmission.

‘the ford focus has become a favourite for outstanding value’

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small car selection

08/08 – 23000 miles 1.0 vvt-i Platinum 5dr

05/54 - 66000 miles 1.4 se 5dr, sat nav


£4,499 02/02 – 35000 miles a190 avantgarde auto 5dr






n 206


05/05 – 25000 miles 1.4 s automatic 5dr



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(was £6,999)

04/04 - 51000 miles 1.6 Chilli 3dr, a/C




now £4,199 (was £4,499)


(was £4,299)

n Cooper


now £5,799



04/54 - 63000 miles 1.4 Dynamique 3dr


(was £5,999)


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n 206

now £6,499

04/04 – 44000 miles 1.0 vvt-i blue 5dr




Wheels Arriving Soon

now £3,999

n Clio

n Yaris

Hurry! Offers end soon!


family car/sports selection

five oaks billingshurst

rh14 9al

05/05 – 59000 miles 2.0 i-vtec sport auto 5dr, nav



(was £7,999)


now £8,299

n boxster

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

01403 783399


now £8,999

04/53 – 76000 miles 2.0 D-4D Xt3 5dr

(was £9,999)

(was £8,499)

00/X - 112000 miles 3.2 s Convertible, reconditioned engine

n now £14,499

n touran

(was £14,999)


now £12,299



now £7,499



(was £7,499)


n rav-4


(was £12,799)

(was £11,499)

08/57 reg - 43,000 miles 2.0tDi vrs 170 5dr

05/55 – 35000 miles 1.6 vvt-i t3 automatic 5dr, a/C


now £6,999



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(was £4,499)

£6,999 £8,799

n octavia

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

n now £10,999



05/55 – 77000 miles 2.2 CDt-i se 5dr


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

n golf

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n Cr-v



n Cr-v

05/55 – 27000 miles C220 CDi se sport Coupe auto 3dr


n Corolla

06/56 – 22000 miles 1.6 Dynamique 5dr


08/58 – 25000 miles 1.8i sri 5dr, a/C



n scenic


n vectra


03/53 – 96000 miles 3.0D sport 5dr, 1 owner




n X5


07/56 – 57000 miles 2.0hDi sW 136 estate


now £9,499

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

now £4,299

ford now £6,799 (was £6,999)


now £6,499

n 407

03/52 - 34000 miles 1.6 Zetec automatic 5dr, a/C



05/05 – 57000 miles 1.6 Dynamique 5dr, a/C


(was £6,799)


n 307

n focus




02/02 – 70000 miles 2.0hDi lX estate 5dr


n Megane

n 307

09/59 - 13000 miles 1.9tDi se 7 seater 5dr



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Stevens Crawley

Manor Royal Industrial Estate, Crawley

Stevens Horsham

78 Billingshurst Road, Horsham

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BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live. 11.30 Baking Made Easy. (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 Australian Open Tennis. 2.30 Live Bowls. The men’s singles semi-finals in the World Indoor Championships. 4.30 Final Score. 5.10 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 5.30 Hole in the Wall. With John Partridge, Sian Reeves, Kate Lawler and Jonathan Ansell. (R)


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6.00 All New Total Wipeout. Adventure game show, hosted by Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram. 7.00 The Magicians. With N-Dubz, Martin Kemp and Rolf Harris. 8.00 The National Lottery: In It to Win It. Quiz show, including the allimportant numbers. 8.50 Casualty. Ruth reaches breaking point. 9.40 Come Fly with Me. Taaj Manzoor bumps into Harry Potter star Rupert Grint, and Great British Air’s snobbiest employee is forced to deal with passengers from the lower classes. (R) 10.10 BBC News; Weather. 10.30 Match of the Day. Including highlights of Manchester United v Birmingham City; National Lottery Update. 11.50 The Football League Show. Manish Bhasin presents highlights of today’s games; Weatherview. 1.15 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 12.00 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 12.45 Film: The Musketeer. (2001) Swashbuckling adventure, starring Justin Chambers. 2.20 Film: The Kid. (2000) Disney comedy, starring Bruce Willis. 4.00 Flog It! (R) 4.45 Escape to the Country. (R) 5.45 The Bear Family and Me. (R) 6.45 Dad’s Army. The platoon decides to recruit women. (R) 7.15 The Return of ‘Allo ‘Allo! Documentary featuring a one-off episode of the comedy. (R) 9.00 QI XL. With Sandi Toksvig, John Lloyd and Johnny Vegas. 9.45 The Tudors. New series. Teenager Katherine Howard becomes Henry’s fifth wife, but her beauty and chequered past inflame the passions of trusted courtier Thomas Culpepper. 10.40 Nurse Jackie. New series. After breaking up with Eddie, Jackie tries to reconnect with her family, but she reaches the end of her tether when her ex-lover overdoses and she runs out of drugs. 11.10 Fast and Loose. Featuring Justin Edwards, Humphrey Ker and Jess Ransom. (R) 11.40 Bowls. 12.40 Film: The Big Heat. (1953) Crime drama, starring Glenn Ford. 2.05 Close.

Channel 4

ITV1 6.00 CITV: Mini CITV. 7.25 CITV. 9.25 Coronation Street. 11.45 This Morning: Saturday. 12.45 Monk. (R) 1.40 ITV News; Weather. 1.45 Film: Honey. (2003) Urban dance drama, starring Jessica Alba. 3.30 Film: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. (2005) Sci-fi adventure prequel, starring Hayden Christensen. 6.05 Regional Programmes. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.30 Harry Hill’s the Best of TV Burp. Classic clips from previous series. 7.00 Primeval. Connor and Abby discover a supposedly mythical labyrinthodont. 8.00 Take Me Out. A martialarts champion, a soul singer, a car salesman and a street dancer try to impress 30 single women, and last week’s couples go on their dates. Paddy McGuinness presents. 9.15 Benidorm. Mick upsets Janice during a trip to the Callosa waterfalls and Brandy plays a practical joke on Martin that exposes his gullible side. Comedy, with Steve Pemberton. (R) 10.15 ITV News; Weather. 10.30 FILM: The 40 Year Old Virgin. (2005) Judd Apatow’s comedy, starring Steve Carell, Catherine Keener and Paul Rudd. 12.40 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.45 The Starter Wife. 3.30 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freesports on 4. (R) 7.25 GT Academy. (R) 7.55 The Morning Line. 8.50 T4: Friends. (R) 9.20 T4: Olly Murs’ Hot List! 10.25 T4: Glee. 11.25 T4: The Album Chart Show Introduces Diddy’s Dirty Money. 11.40 T4: Friends. (R) 12.10 T4: Friends. (R) 12.45 T4: The Big Bang Theory. (R) 1.15 T4: The Big Bang Theory. (R) 1.45 Channel 4 Racing. 3.50 Come Dine with Me. 4.20 Come Dine with Me. 4.50 Come Dine with Me. 5.25 Come Dine with Me. 5.55 Come Dine with Me. 6.25 Channel 4 News. 6.50 6.55 FILM: Night at the Museum. (2006) Fantasy comedy, starring Ben Stiller and Robin Williams. 9.00 British Comedy Awards. Jonathan Ross returns to host the 22nd annual ceremony, featuring new categories for Best Male and Best Female TV Comic and a gold award to crown the King or Queen of Comedy 2010. The British Comedy Awards: Live Lock-in is on E4 at 11pm. 11.05 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. With Jonathan Ross, Kevin Bridges, Jack Whitehall and Adele. (R) 12.10 Film: Withnail and I. (1986) Cult black comedy, with Richard E Grant and Paul McGann. 2.05 Old Street. (R) 2.20 Dirty Sexy Money. (R) 3.50 Beauty and the Geek. (R) 5.25 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5 6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 10.20 Jurassic Park: The True Story. (R) 11.20 Secrets of the Blitz: Revealed. (R) 12.20 Emergency Bikers. (R) 1.20 Film: Logan’s Run. (1976) Sci-fi thriller, starring Michael York. 3.35 Film: Chisum. (1970) Western, starring John Wayne. 5.50 Five News. 5.55 Film: McQ. (1974) Crime thriller, starring John Wayne, Eddie Albert, Diana Muldaur, Colleen Dewhurst and David Huddleston. 7.50 NCIS. A former Marine falls to his death. (R) 8.45 CSI: Miami. A prison bus is involved in an accident, and several inmates take advantage of the confusion to make good their escape – including Horatio’s son Kyle. Drama, with David Caruso. (R) 9.40 CSI: NY. A woman who was nearly beaten to death appears to identify her son as the attacker, but the case takes a complex turn when a convicted drug dealer confesses to the crime. 10.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A 12-year-old girl goes missing. (R) 11.40 Forensic Files. Scientific and forensic techniques. 12.10 SuperCasino. 4.00 Emergency Bikers. (R) 4.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2

3.50 American Idol: The Auditions 6.45 Film: Twister (1996) 9.00 Film: The Break-Up (2006) 11.15 Film: The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)


3.55 Foyle’s War 6.00 Inspector Morse 8.00 Rosemary & Thyme 9.00 Midsomer Murders 11.05 Murder in Suburbia


3.15 Film: The Gunfight at Dodge City (1959) 5.00 Film: The Rare Breed (1966) 7.00 The Professionals 8.00 Minder 9.00 Ultimate Force 10.00 Film: Van Wilder: Party Liaison (2002) 11.55 Film: Village of the Damned (1995)


7.00 Top Gear 8.00 Film: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) 10.15 Live at the Apollo 11.05 Family Guy 11.45 American Dad!


7.00 South Pacific 8.00 The Glasgow Boys 9.00 The Killing 10.50 How the West Was Lost


1.25 Hollyoaks 4.00 Make It or Break It 5.00 Friends 6.00 Glee 7.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.30 How I Met Your Mother 8.00 Friends 9.00 The Cleveland Show 10.00 Rude Tube: Total Stunts 11.00 The British Comedy Awards: Live Lock-In


2.50 Above Us the Waves (1955) 4.45 An Affair to Remember (1957) 6.55 127 Hours Special 7.00 Drillbit Taylor (2008) Comedy, starring Owen Wilson. 9.00 Predator (1987) A military team on a mission in the South American jungle encounters a merciless alien hunter in search of human prey. Sci-fi thriller, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers. 11.05 End of Days (1999)




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6.00 Breakfast. 7.35 Match of the Day. (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 The Big Questions. 11.00 Country Tracks. 12.00 The Politics Show. 1.00 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 2.30 EastEnders. 4.25 My Family. (R) 4.55 Songs of Praise. 5.30 BBC News; Regional News; Weather.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Something for the Weekend. 11.30 Film 2011 with Claudia Winkleman. (R) 12.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 12.45 Film: Jubal. (1956) Western, starring Glenn Ford. 2.25 Live Bowls. The men’s singles final in the World Indoor Championships. 5.15 Ski Sunday.

6.00 Antiques Roadshow. Fiona Bruce and the team value items at Jersey’s Samares Manor. (R) 7.00 Countryfile. A visit to the Quantock Hills in Somerset. 8.00 Lark Rise to Candleford. Thomas becomes convinced Lark Rise’s new curate is evil. 9.00 Terry Wogan’s Ireland. Part one of two. More than 40 years after moving to England to pursue his broadcasting career, the presenter returns to his native land to discover how it has changed. 10.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.25 Gavin & Stacey. Smithy worries about seeing Nessa again. (R) 10.55 Gavin & Stacey. Pete and Dawn renew their wedding vows. (R) 11.25 FILM: Sirens. (1994) Comedy drama, starring Hugh Grant.

6.00 Ray Mears’ Northern Wilderness. The survival expert embarks on a journey through the Canadian wilderness, beginning in the boreal forest, which is home to a diverse population of animals and plants. (R) 7.00 The Funny Side of Live TV. Clive Anderson takes a humorous look at the history of live TV, highlighting what can go wrong when the programme-makers have no second chance. (R) 8.00 Top Gear. New series. Jeremy Clarkson testdrives the Skoda Yeti. 9.00 Arctic with Bruce Parry. How three communities have adapted to life in Alaska. 10.00 Match of the Day 2. Including highlights of Blackburn Rovers v West Bromwich Albion. 10.50 Never Mind the Buzzcocks. With guest team captain Russell Brand. (R) 11.25 FILM: Pulp Fiction. (1994) Crime drama, starring John Travolta.

1.00 Sign Zone: Making Scotland’s Landscape. (R) 2.00 Holby City. (R) 3.00 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 3.30 BBC News.

1.50 BBC News. 3.30 Close.

ITV1 6.00 CITV: Mini CITV. 7.25 CITV. 9.25 May the Best House Win. (R) 10.25 The Biggest Loser. (R) 11.30 This Morning: Sunday. 12.30 Dinner Date. (R) 1.25 ITV News; Weather. 1.35 Film: Columbo: Swan Song. (1974) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk. 3.35 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.40 Regional Programmes. 5.55 ITV News; Weather. 6.10 Dancing on Ice. The 12 remaining celebrities skate together for the first time, each hoping not to become the fifth contestant to be voted off. 8.30 Wild at Heart. Danny’s investigation into an animal-smuggling ring leads him close to home. 9.30 Dancing on Ice: The Skate Off. The two lowest-scoring couples compete. 10.00 That Sunday Night Show. John Prescott and Catherine Tate join Adrian Chiles in the studio. 10.30 ITV News; Weather. 10.45 Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford. With Jenny Eclair, Alistair McGowan, Russell Kane and Olly Murs. (R) 11.45 Cops with Cameras. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.00 Film: The Day of the Jackal. (1973) A terrorist group hires renowned professional hitman the Jackal to assassinate President de Gaulle of France. Thriller, with Edward Fox. 4.30 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 Great Salford Swim. (R) 7.30 That Paralympic Show. (R) 7.55 T4: Battlefront. 8.10 T4: Friends. (R) 8.40 T4: Hollyoaks. 11.10 T4: Glee. (R) 12.15 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 12.50 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 1.20 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 1.55 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 2.25 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 2.55 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 3.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 4.00 Deal or No Deal. 5.10 Film: Stardust. (2007) Fantasy adventure, starring Charlie Cox and Claire Danes. 7.30 Channel 4 News. 7.55 Kevin Fitzpatrick argues against legalising euthanasia. 8.00 Come Dine with Me. Four hosts compete for the £1,000 prize in east Lancashire. 9.00 FILM: What Happens in Vegas. (2008) Premiere. Two strangers wake up after a drunken night in Las Vegas to discover they are married and have won $3million. Romantic comedy, starring Cameron Diaz, Ashton Kutcher, Queen Latifah and Treat Williams. 11.00 British Comedy Awards. Jonathan Ross host the 22nd annual ceremony. (R) 1.05 Film: Bright Young Things. (2003) Comedy, with Stephen Campbell Moore. 2.50 Wedding House. (R) 3.45 Brothers & Sisters. (R) 4.30 ER. (R) 5.15 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5 6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Fireman Sam. (R) 6.40 Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch Friends. (R) 6.50 The Beeps. (R) 7.00 Mio Mao. (R) 7.10 Chiro. (R) 7.15 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 7.30 Make Way for Noddy. (R) 7.40 Igam Ogam. (R) 8.00 Little Princess. (R) 8.15 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.30 Family! (R) 8.45 Rupert Bear. (R) 9.00 Olivia. (R) 9.15 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.30 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 10.00 How Do They Do It? (R) 10.30 How Do They Do It? (R) 11.00 Cowboy Builders. (R) 12.00 Mickey Mouse: Lonesome Ghost. (R) 12.10 Film: Three Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain. (1998) Comedy adventure sequel, starring Hulk Hogan. 1.50 Film: See Spot Run. (2001) Canine comedy, starring David Arquette. 3.40 Film: Aladdin. (1992) Disney animated adventure, with the voice of Robin Williams. 5.30 Five News. 5.35 Film: The Fifth Element. (1997) Sci-fi adventure, starring Bruce Willis. 8.00 Ice Road Truckers. (R) 9.00 FILM: The Transporter. (2002) Action adventure, starring Jason Statham. 10.50 FILM: True Romance. (1993) Crime thriller, starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette and Dennis Hopper. 1.05 SuperCasino. 4.00 Cowboy Builders. (R) 4.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2

4.35 The Planet’s Funniest Animals 4.55 The Cube: Celebrity Special 5.55 Take Me Out 7.05 Film: K-9 (1989) 9.00 Benidorm 10.00 Film: American Pie (1999) 11.55 American Idol: The Auditions


3.55 Film: Smokey and the Bandit II (1980) 5.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 8.00 The Return of Sherlock Holmes 9.00 Foyle’s War 11.05 Agatha Christie’s Marple


3.50 Film: Bend of the River (1952) 5.45 Film: Shalako (1968) 8.00 The Sweeney 9.00 Paul McCartney and Wings: Band on the Run 10.00 International One-Day Cricket 11.00 Film: GoodFellas (1990)


7.00 Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel 7.05 Film: National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007) 9.00 Being Human 10.00 Family Guy 10.45 American Dad! 11.30 Being Human


7.00 The Normans 8.00 Dan Snow’s Norman Walks 8.30 Johnny Kingdom’s Year with the Birds 9.00 Justice – Fairness and the Big Society Debate 10.00 Film: My Best Friend (2006) 11.30 Legends


3.55 Film: Project X (1987) 6.00 Friends 7.35 90210 8.25 Friends 10.00 Film: Under Siege (1992)


3.05 Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) 4.40 Battle of Britain (1969) 7.15 The Honeymooners (2005) Comedy, starring Cedric the Entertainer. 9.00 What Lies Beneath (2000) Supernatural thriller, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford. 11.25 The Commitments (1991)

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Breakfast. 9.15 Wanted Down Breakfast. 9.15 Wanted Down 6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Wanted Down BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 BBC1 Under. Under. 10.00 Homes Under the Under. 10.00 Homes Under the 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Saints and Scroungers. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 Silent Witness. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Science of Pain and Pleasure with Michael Mosley. 11.35 Film: Proof. (2005) Drama, starring Gwyneth Paltrow; Weatherview. 1.15 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 1.45 Alan Titchmarsh’s Garden Secrets. (R) 2.45 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels. (R) 3.30 BBC News.

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Saints and Scroungers. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News;Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Rip Off Britain; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 DIY SOS: The Big Build – Chippenham. 9.00 Crimewatch. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Crimewatch Update. 10.45 The National Lottery Wednesday Night Draws. 10.55 Film 2011 with Claudia Winkleman; National Lottery Update. 11.35 Film: Silkwood. (1983) Fact-based drama, starring Meryl Streep; Weatherview. 1.45 Sign Zone: Country Tracks. (R) 2.40 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 3.10 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels. (R) 3.55 BBC News.

with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. (R) 3.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys. 7.00 Escape to the Country. (R) 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 Baking Made Easy. 9.00 Horizon: Science Under Attack. 10.00 Episodes. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 An Island Parish. (R) 11.50 The Planets. (R) 12.40 BBC News. 3.10 Close.

(R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. (R) 3.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys. 7.00 Coast. (R) 7.30 Match of the Day Live. Arsenal v Ipswich Town (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 How TV Ruined Your Life. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The Planets. (R) 12.10 American Football. 1.10 BBC News. 3.30 Close.

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

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 May the Best House Win. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 The Lakes. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 The Biggest Loser. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Zoo. (R) 11.35 That Sunday Night Show. (R) 12.05 Grimefighters. (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 3.30 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.


Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Saints and Scroungers. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Inside Out; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Stop Stalking Me: Panorama. 9.00 Silent Witness. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 A Question of Sport. 11.05 Late Kick Off. 11.35 The Graham Norton Show; (R) Weatherview. 12.25 Sign Zone: Giles and Sue Live The Good Life. (R) 1.25 Ancient Worlds. (R) 2.25 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels. (R) 3.10 BBC News.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.35 Ready Steady Cook. BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 11.35 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 May the Best House Win. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Grimefighters. 8.00 The Secret Mediterranean with Trevor McDonald. 9.00 Taggart. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Bloody Sunday. (2001) Factbased drama, starring James Nesbitt. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 Crossing Jordan. 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Frasier. (R) 8.25 According to Jim. (R) 9.00 Wife Swap USA. (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives. (R) 10.55 Relocation: Phil Down Under. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 12.35 The TV Book Club. 1.05 Film: Murphy’s War. (1971) Second World War drama, starring Peter O’Toole. 3.10 Countdown. 3.55 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Birth of Britain. 9.00 One Born Every Minute. A motherto-be who was born with a major heart defect goes into labour. 10.00 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. 11.05 The Joy of Teen Sex. (R) 12.10 Premier League Poker. 1.10 Mosley. (R) 2.15 The Genius of British Art. (R) 3.10 Titanic: The Mission. (R) 4.05 The Untold Battle of Britain. (R) 5.00 ER. (R) 5.45 Yo Gabba Gabba! (R)

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.00 Frasier. (R) 8.30 According to Jim. (R) 9.00 Wife Swap USA. (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives. (R) 10.55 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 12.35 Film: Ice Cold in Alex. (1958) Second World War drama, starring John Mills. 3.10 Countdown. 3.55 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow. 9.00 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings. A 17-year-old bride acquires an elaborate 14-stone wedding dress. 10.00 Shameless. Kelly and Shane’s new business sparks a police investigation. 11.10 The Big Bang Theory. 11.40 The Big Bang Theory. 12.10 European Poker Tour. 1.10 Freesports on 4. (R) 1.35 World B-Boy Series. (R) 2.00 KOTV. 2.30 Triathlon. (R) 4.15 Bear Grylls: Born Survivor. (R) 5.10 ER. (R) 5.55 Sali Mali. (R)

Channel 5

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Channel 4

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.00 The Vanessa Show. 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 The Family Recipe. (R) 2.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.10 Film: Murder at the Presidio. (2005) Detective thriller, starring Lou Diamond Phillips. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 How Do They Do It?; Five News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; Five News Update. 9.00 Film: Layer Cake. (2004) Crime thriller, starring Daniel Craig. 11.10 Film: Death Wish 2. (1981) Thriller sequel, starring Charles Bronson. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 4.55 Rough Guide to Beaches. (R)

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.00 The Vanessa Show. 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.00 Film: Plainsong. (2004) Drama, starring Aidan Quinn. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Zoo Days; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Red Sea Jaws; Five News Update. 9.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Ray and Nick investigate the death of a vampire role-player. 10.00 CSI: Miami. (R) 10.55 CSI: NY. (R) 11.55 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 4.55 Rough Guide to Cities. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R)

See Hear. 1.30 Car Booty. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. (R) 3.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys. 7.00 Top Gear. (R) 8.00 Michel Roux’s Service. 9.00 Posh and Posher: Why Public School Boys Run Britain. 10.00 Have I Got Old News for You. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The League Cup Show. 12.00 The Planets. (R) 12.50 BBC News. 3.55 Close.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 May the Best House Win. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 The National Television Awards 2011. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Secret Caribbean with Trevor McDonald. (R) 11.35 Police, Camera, Action! (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 Film: Cry Wolf. (2005) Horror, starring Lindy Booth. 4.00 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Frasier. (R) 8.25 According to Jim. (R) 8.55 Wife Swap USA. (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives. (R) 10.55 Country House Rescue. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 12.35 River Cottage Bites. (R) 12.40 Film: McLintock! (1963) Comedy Western, starring John Wayne. 3.10 Countdown. 3.55 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Will My Crash Diet Kill Me? 9.00 Mary Portas: Secret Shopper. 10.00 The Joy of Teen Sex. 11.05 Shameless. (R) 12.10 Music on 4: 4Play: Adele. 12.35 Music on 4: Mercury Prize Sessions. (R) 12.50 My Family’s Crazy Gap Year. (R) 1.50 Animal Madhouse. (R) 2.45 Food: What Goes in Your Basket? (R) 3.40 Great British Brands. (R) 3.50 Brothers & Sisters. (R) 4.35 ER. (R) 5.25 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.00 The Vanessa Show. 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.05 Film: While My Pretty One Sleeps. (1997) 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Monkey Life; Five News Update. 8.00 Cowboy Builders; Five News Update. 9.00 NCIS. 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. (R) 10.55 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. (R) 11.55 Poker. 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 4.55 Rough Guide to Eco Escapes. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) 5.35 House Doctor. (R)

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Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Saints and Scroungers. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Human Planet. 9.00 Come Fly with Me. 9.30 Not Going Out. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week; Skiing Weatherview. 12.25 Sign Zone: Stop Stalking Me: Panorama. (R) 12.55 Countryfile. (R) 1.55 Antiques Roadshow. (R) 2.55 Filthy Rotten Scoundrels. (R) 4.25 BBC News.

Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Saints and Scroungers. 11.45 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Escape to the Country. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 A Question of Sport; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 QI. (R) 9.00 Hustle. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show. 11.20 The National Lottery Friday Night Draws. 11.30 Film: Alpha Dog. (2006); Weatherview. 1.25 Sign Zone: At Home with the Georgians. (R) 2.25 Horizon. (R) 3.25 Antiques Roadshow. (R) 4.25 BBC News.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 6.00 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.35 Ready Steady Cook. CBeebies. 11.35 Ready Steady Cook.

12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. (R) 3.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys. 7.00 Who Does What? 8.00 Michel Roux’s Service. 9.00 Men of Rock. 10.00 The Great Outdoors. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Alice Sommer Herz at 106: Everything Is a Present. 12.10 The Planets. (R) 1.00 BBC News. 4.25 Close.


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12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Climbing Great Buildings. (R) 2.15 Instant Restaurant. (R) 3.00 To Buy or Not to Buy. 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Perfection. 5.15 Antiques Road Trip. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Great British Railway Journeys. 7.00 Julia Bradbury’s German Wanderlust. 7.30 An Island Parish. 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 Life in a Cottage Garden with Carol Klein. 9.00 Can’t Take It with You. 10.00 Fast and Loose. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show; Weather. 11.50 Film: Requiem for a Dream. (2000) 1.25 BBC News.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 May the Best House Win. 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Chase. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Children’s Hospital. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Comedy Rocks with Jason Manford. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Take Me Out. (R) 11.50 30 Years of An Audience With. (R) 12.40 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.40 October Road. (R) 3.30 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.00 Frasier. (R) 8.30 According to Jim. (R) 9.00 Wife Swap USA. (R) 10.00 Desperate Housewives. (R) 10.55 Help! My House Is Falling Down. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 12.40 River Cottage Bites. (R) 12.50 Film: Gunfight at the OK Corral. (1957) Western, starring Burt Lancaster and Kirk Douglas. 3.10 Countdown. 3.55 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Relocation, Relocation. 9.00 Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day. The builders visit Turkey to get inspiration for the bath house. 10.00 10 O’Clock Live. 11.05 Big Fat Gypsy Weddings. (R) 12.05 Music on 4: Chase & Status: Live in London. 12.40 Film: Narc. (2002) Thriller, starring Jason Patric and Ray Liotta. 2.25 Film: Lower City. (2005) Brazilian romantic drama, with Alice Braga and Lazaro Ramos. 4.05 Brothers & Sisters. (R) 4.50 ER. (R) 5.35 Countdown. (R)

6.20 Sali Mali. (R) 6.25 The Treacle People. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Frasier. (R) 8.25 According to Jim. (R) 8.55 Wife Swap USA. (R) 9.55 Desperate Housewives. (R) 10.55 Gok’s Clothes Roadshow. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Three in a Bed. (R) 12.35 River Cottage Bites. (R) 12.50 Film: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. (1962) 3.10 Countdown. 3.55 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.25 7.30 Head Over Heels in Rats. 8.00 Relocation: Phil Down Under. 9.00 Embarrassing Bodies. 10.00 The Million Pound Drop Live. 11.20 10 O’Clock Live. (R) 12.25 Music on 4: Countdown to the NME Awards. 12.45 Music on 4: 4Play: Skepta. 1.00 Music on 4: 4Play: Funeral Party. 1.10 My Name Is Earl. (R) 1.55 Comedy Lab: Filth. (R) 2.25 3 Minute Wonder: The Jarman Award. (R) 2.40 Film: Whisper of the Heart. (1995) 4.35 ER. (R) 5.20 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.00 The Vanessa Show. 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.00 Film: Separated by Murder. (1994) Fact-based drama, starring Sharon Gless. 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 How Do They Do It?; Five News Update. 8.00 Britain’s Secret Schindler: Revealed; Five News Update. 9.00 JLC: Turning Japanese. 10.00 Film: The Wicker Man. (2006) Horror remake, starring Nicolas Cage. 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 4.55 Rough Guide to Weekend Breaks. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) 5.35 House Doctor. (R)

Channel 4

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 11.00 The Vanessa Show. 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.05 Film: Fairfield Road. (2010) 5.00 Five News at 5; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Michaela’s Zoo Babies. A raccoon gives birth to its first litter; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Ice Road Truckers; Five News Update. 9.00 The Mentalist. The president of a women's country club is killed. (R) 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 11.00 NCIS. (R) 11.55 Cops in Crisis. (R) 12.15 SuperCasino. 3.55 Motorsport Mundial. 4.20 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 5.10 Wildlife SOS. (R) 5.35 House Doctor. (R)

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Broadbridge Heath played only their second game in six weeks, visiting Bosham in the Div 3 Cup Quarter Final. An under strength Heath side started at great pace and for the first 15 minutes and pinned Bosham in their own half. Then against the run of play, a long ball over the Heath defence saw the Bosham centre forward get wrong side of his marker and finished clinically. Heath responded by again raiding down both flanks, and within 5 minutes were level when Sultan got round the back to cross for Mortimer to force the ball home at the far post. Unfortunately within a couple more minutes the Bosham striker repeated his run and this time squared for a team mate to put the champions back in front. Heath then rode their luck for five minutes before ending the half, back on the offensive. But a lack of co-ordination led to the Bosham centre forward extending the lead with an unmarked header early in the half. With 17 year old Ollie Moore joining Grant Miller in the midfield, Heath gradually began to force Bosham back again. Hamilton was twice sent through by balls from Moore and Miller only to be foiled by a last ditch block and then see his cross shot agonisingly out of the reach of Sultan at the far post. Into the last ten minutes Heath came close through debutant Steve Tasker, before Ollie Moore spotted Mortimer’s clever run and found him with a delicious through ball that Mortimer finished clinically. The remaining minutes were hectic with Bosham trying to keep the ball, and Heath throwing men forward. In the end it was to no avail and Heath will look back on a sloppy 10 minutes in the middle of the first half that probably cost them a semi final place.

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Green hold off rampant rivals

Barns Green were hoping to open up their 2011 league campaign away at Bognor but were foiled by the weather and as a result accepted a hastily arranged friendly away at Uckfield. Not for the first time this season it was the greens indiscipline at the break down that lead to the opening try of the game, a string of penalties were conceded and it was from the last one of these that the home full back cantered in for a converted score after a smart cut out ball from the eye catching home ten. Barns Green were not behind for long as a smart break at ten from the industrious Sam Callaghan lead to a try by winger Simon Jones he the benefactor of some good interplay between Nick Lewis and Tom Viney. Barns Green, six points down at the break, did themselves no favours when an “indiscretion” at a maul saw them reduced to 14. Yet Will Tidey added a great solo try to bring the visitors to within one point. A break from Pete ‘Tea-spoon’ Salkeld would prove to be the catalyst for the greens third try. His run led to a penalty, and Jamie Paige was driven over the line for a well deserved try. Chris Bailey added a superb touchline. With fresh legs on the field, Uckfield scored in the corner to take the score to 19-18 and Barns Green were able to hang on as the hosts pressed in the final minutes.



Harrow Boro’ Can it really be just 10 days since league leaders Sutton United were destroyed by a Horsham side playing with swagger and style? That would be one of the many questions posed by the Hornets supporters following this humiliating defeat at the hands of the division's form side who had the match wrapped up after a crazy opening 45 minutes. The memory of Saturday's loss at Aveley looked to have been erased after just 6 minutes when Gary Charman's bobbling effort gave the hosts the lead but that really was as good as it would get for John Maggs' men as Harrow levelled matters just 2 minutes later before going on to produce a stunning display of attacking

football that plundered 4 more goals before the break. It was Horsham who took the lead, when a quick break by Graham, on the near touchline, was continued by Jamie Cade and the ball fed out wide to Charman. A characteristic shimmy, a step inside, and the ball was nestling in the back of the net albeit via a kindly deflection that helped the mishit shot bobble past wrongfooted goalkeeper Nick Jupp. But you don't put together a 12 match unbeaten run without playing with confidence and Harrow shrugged off that setback to equalise when Dewayne Clarke's low cross was helped into the box by Rocky Baptiste who then despatched Hewitt's knock down into the far corner. Horsham's defence, so solidlooking just a few weeks ago, seemed in disarray and the Reds grabbed a second goal when Dewayne Clarke bundled his way through the flimsy rearguard, David Ijaha somehow scooped the ball into the net from near the penalty spot amid cries of

handball from the Hornets' defence. Moments later, the lead was extended when Ijaha had acres of space to cross from the right and McGonigle finished brilliantly, sending a shot in off the underside of the 'bar. Harrow made it four, when Baptiste peeled away from Carey on the halfway line and raced on to Nakashima's perfectly weighted through ball. Zawadski rushed out of his goal but was beaten to the ball by Baptiste who steadied himself before lobbing the ball into the unguarded net from 35 yards. It got worse for the Hornets though. Baptiste quickly released Nakashima only for the dangerous Japanese winger to have his heels clipped en route to goal by the retreating Hector and the young defender was off to enjoy an early bath for the second time in his brief Horsham career. Before the interval, Kennett erred when attempting to slip the ball back to his goalkeeper, gifting the ball straight to

Nakashima who had been afforded so much time by the startled defence that he could even pick himself up off the ground having slipped when trying to take the ball past the exposed Zawadski before lifting the ball into the net to make it an astonishing 5-1 at the interval. Maggs made a double substitution at the start of the second half with Ryan Woodford and Jack Page replacing Charman and Frankie Raymond but normal service was resumed. With such a commanding lead, Harrow - perhaps understandably - took their foot off the proverbial pedal. But in the final minutes Baptist completed his hat-trick from close range, before Hewitt capped a fine game by converting a low cross. A fluke result? Arguably not as Horsham's supporters stood to applaud the Harrow team off at the final whistle having become the first visiting side to score 7 goals at Horsham since Basildon recorded the same 7-1 scoreline in March 1984.

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sport Cricket

Junior training at BBH begins

Hard working Hotshots can’t see off Mid Sussex Horsham Hotshots were quick out of the blocks in their game against Mid Sussex, with a goal being scored by Will Salmon in the first five minutes. Mid Sussex did not know what hit them! They recovered quickly however, and stepped up their game coming back to level the score. Whatever the boys had eaten over Christmas seemed to have given them endless amounts of energy as the midfield battled tirelessly to regain supremacy over the opposition. Their hard work and dedication prevailed with a second goal being scored by Zac Chinn giving a 2-1 lead at half time. The second half continued at the same pace with dogged determination by both teams. Mid Sussex increased the pressure which Horsham resisted for as long as they could thanks to some incredible saves by Sam and some ungainly/uncomfortable sittings on the ball. Not to mention the nail

Report and Pictures by Clare Turnbull biting moment when Sam calmly decided to leave the ball only for it to shave the outside post! Unfortunately, Mid Sussex managed to equalise once again. But not one of the Hotshots’ heads went down and before too long Horsham took the lead yet again with a fantastic third goal from Will Jones. The drama continued as Mid Sussex responded during the final quarter of the game scoring again from a short corner. The final score was 3-3 which

was a brilliant result considering Mid Sussex are several places above Horsham in the league. The score was reflective on the sheer determination and hard work shown by both teams and a draw was a fair result. Man of the Match was Austin Harwood Stamper. l On Sunday the under 14 boys took on Oxted at BBH in the Mercian league. The game started quickly with Austin Harwood-Stamper scoring

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for Horsham in the first few minutes of the game. Horsham continually put the pressure on Oxted with most of the play being in the oppositions half. Three further goals for Horsham by Noah Chinn, Lewis Neal and Toby Lewis took us to half time. As soon as the second half began Horsham again put pressure on Oxted’s defence. The Horsham midfield worked hard to keep the ball in the oppositions half and when Oxted did make a break though they were stopped by a solid Horsham defence particularly Jon Kimber (man of the match) and George Comber, leaving very little in the way of work for Joel Chinn in the Horsham goal. This second half gave three further goals by James Rayward and Lewis Harvey (2) and a final score of Horsham 7 Oxted 0. A superb result brought about by the determination of the team balanced with some great hockey, and was a very well deserved win.

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

Broadbridge Heath Cricket Club begins Junior Cricket training with ECB qualified coaches on Sunday, 23rd January. The sessions, for young players aged 9 – 11 (10-11am) and Under 14s (11am-12pm) will take place at Forest School Sports Hall, Compton’s Lane, Horsham. Training continues on 23rd January, 6th, 20th February, 6th, 20th March and 3rd, 17th April. It costs £12 for seven weeks, or £2 per session. New players welcome. Places are limited – telephone now to reserve your place. Contact David Bridges on 01403 250569. l Cricket training/nets for adults and junior players (14 yrs+) starts in March, again at Forest School. Sessions, run by ECB qualified coaches, are held on Sunday mornings from 6th March, at 12-2pm. Cost: £21 for seven weeks, or £4 per session for adults/£3 per session for juniors New players welcome. For enquiries contact Tim Wells 07740 101983 or David Bridges 01403 250569 Football

Hornets face Hillians in cup Horsham Football Club will face Burgess Hill Town in the Sussex Senior Cup quarter-final. The tie will take place at the Hillians' Leylands Park ground on Tuesday, 22nd February (kick-off time to be advised). Burgess Hill currently lie in 6th place in Ryman Division One South and have been beaten just once at home this season.

Friday 21 January 2011 | the resident



Late surge not enough

WOLVES v LIVERPOOL Saturday 22nd | from 12.30pm

ASTON VILLA v MAN CITY Saturday 22nd | from 5.00pm

BLACKBURN v WEST BROM Sunday 23rd | from 3.00pm

BOLTON v CHELSEA Monday 24th | from 7.00pm

BLACKPOOL v MAN UTD Tuesday 25th | from 7.00pm

Enjoy all the FA cup action with us

Holbrook Allstars Women’s Basketball team welcomed Crawley Ladies to the Holbrook Club for their first league encounter of 2011. Fielding a depleted squad of only 7 players against a full strength Crawley team, Coach Nick Probin had few options to play with against their local rivals. Despite an early outside 2 point shot from Sarah Storey, Allstars started sluggishly against the Crawley zone defence and couldn’t get into any meaningful offensive rhythm with the only other points of the 1st period coming from 3 free throws from Ana Sztancs following good drives into the key and a nice set shot from Jenny Webb. Trailing by 3 points going into the second period, Allstars then produced some of their best basketball of the season with a relentless display of flowing attacking play and solid defence. Storey set the tone with 2 outside buckets before Zoe Hall, Webb and Sarah Moloney all got in on the act tearing into the Crawley defence with incisive passing and movement to leave their opponents struggling to cope. This high level continued for the remainder of the half with ball handler June Goble directing the play to great effect and Allstars amassing an impressive 18 points to take a 7 point lead at the half. Crawley came out fighting in the third period and now it was Allstars turn to struggle against the intense defence that Crawley employed negating the strengths of Hall in particular who found herself double teamed with space at a premium. Poor defensive boxing out allowed Crawley to capitalise on their outside shooting and by the end of the third period Allstars were trailing 34-30 and looking a deleted team. However, inspired by Louise Popplewell, who opened the scoring in the fourth quarter, Allstars found a new lease of life with Webb again finding her

range and Storey being absolutely devastating inside and outside the key. Trailing by 9 points with 6 minutes to play, Allstars found their rhythm again and went on an inspired 10-0 run to take a 1 point lead with 3 minutes left. Both teams then traded buckets with the lead changing hands several times until finally Crawley found some breathing space when Allstars lost key defender Hall who was fouled out with 90 seconds remaining. With the clock running down, Allstars did their best to recover the deficit but finally came out narrow losers 46-50 in an enthralling and highly entertaining encounter.

Allstars team: Ana Sztancs (3 points), Zoe Hall (6 points), Sarah Moloney (5 points), June Goble (0 points), Jenny Webb (10 points) Sarah Storey (20 points), Louise Popplewell (2 points)

l For any women players looking to play basketball in Horsham please contact Coach Nick Probin – email

the resident | Friday 21 January 2011



Dean is scoring machine the big match report: nick hind Pictures: Chris Woolgar cowfold 4 west chiltington 0 Dean robinson’s boots were on fire as the in-form striker polished off a superb hat-trick for cowfold against west chiltington in the Premier Division. On a blustery day, Robinson made easy work of the opposition with clinical finishing of the highest

order to seal a deserved 4-0 win against their league rivals. It’s a well known fact that strikers are nothing without good service, just ask Fer-

nando Torres, and No 9, Robinson will be the first to acknowledge the roll of his compatriots as he gorged on top notch deliveries for all three of his goals. The opener came courtesy of a devilish corner from Tom Whiting on the right. Just as a determined Chilt defender declared ‘I’ve got No. 9’, bang on cue, Robinson slipped his so called marker to meet the ball beautifully and power his header past a hapless keeper. There was more comical in-

the win ensures cowfolD’s unbeaten home recorD remains intact

cident for the second goal. An incensed James Wrigley remonstrated with the linesman on whether the ball had crossed the line from a corner. Realising nothing was coming, he turned back to face play and saw the ball heading his way. Flinging his boot at it from the edge of the box, he saw his shot nestle in the far corner to put an end to the speculation once and for all. And speculation on the result was put to bed soon after when Robinson put the home side 3 up before the break, leathering in from another well worked set piece as Cowfold’s midfield dominance was rewarded. This wasn’t a game of total

supremacy. The visitors did manage to build phases and fire of a few half chances, but, good pressing from Cowfold coupled with the high winds made it a laborious assignment to watch and an easy task for ‘Fold to repel . With the hard work done in the opening period, the home side took their foot off the gas in the second half and the game began to fragment. The visitors again produced a few half chances and long range efforts, but, Cowfold’s stick man, James Fisher, was having a particularly quiet afternoon. And all of West Chiltington’s endeavour in the second half counted for nothing when Robinson popped up to score his 3rd right at the death. Making sure he walked off with the match ball, he produced arguably the finish of the game, expertly guiding the

ball into the far corner from Dan Dalton’s pin point cross and finish-

ing off what

must have been a frustrating afternoon for the visitors. Keith Tomsett, the Chilts beleaguered boss said of the game: “The score line was slightly flattering, but our performance was below par today. We’re still in the mix and we’ll keep fighting till the end of the season and see where we’re at.” The win for Cowfold ensures their unbeaten home record remains intact. They’ve only lost one all season and it’s easy to see why. Steve Whiting has built up a powerful unit who play to their strengths and have a decisive instinct for goalthey’re a tough nut to crack. He spoke of the performance: “We settled well into the game and took control after the first went in. “We had to work hard defensively in the second half so it was great to nick one at the end.”

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