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QE II School celebrates opening of arts facility P2-3

New additions make for a vibrant FrenchFest P6-8

Tennis Club enjoys a successful Open Day - Sports

Nicky Blyth, 17, is delighted to have Sage back home

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Three years ago, a mystery man pulled his car into Hornbeam Close, Horsham, and snatched Sage as he wandered about near his home. Sage’s owner Nicky Blyth, then only 14, was naturally devastated, as was Sage’s sister and playmate, Parsley. As the days turned to weeks and months, there seemed little hope in finding Sage. That was until he turned up in Rusper, malnourished and feeding on birds. It was another year though, when he was taken to the vet by a lady who had found him and cared for him, when it was found he was chipped. And after a three year adventure, he was reunited last week with Nicky. Nicky said: “We got Sage and Parsley, our Tabby cat, when they were six weeks old about four years ago. “Sage used to go off for a day like some cats do, so we didn’t really worry at first, but as a couple of days went by we became more worried.

Pussycat, Where have you been? “One of the neighbours saw somebody drive in and grab a black cat, so we thought that must have been Sage. We asked around the area without any luck and when he never came back we assumed he had died. “When he disappeared I was only 14 so I was very upset. He was my baby! So it was amazing to hear he had returned. “Rod called me up whilst I was in Portugal on holiday and I couldn’t wait to get back. It’s like he has never been away. He is very affectionate but still tries to push me off my own bed. He thinks he owns the place! It was Nicky’s stepfather Rod Kershaw who took the call from the veterinary clinic. Rod said: “I was working away and got this call from a vet in Brighton. “He said ‘do you own a cat called Sage?’ I replied that we did, and explained that he’d been stolen three years ago. Continued on Page 22...

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The RESIDENT The Resident is Horsham’s only independently owned newspaper. The paper continues to go from strength to strength and is now delivered through up to 10,000 doors every week in addition to being available at hundreds of outlets across the district. Pick up your FREE copy from supermarkets, newsagents, estate agents, coffee shops, dental surgeries, banks and building societies, hotels, recruitment agencies, lunch restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs, petrol stations and garages, garden centres, railways stations, Swan Walk, Piries Place shopping centre and many other retail outlets. Managing Director: Matthew Wheeler Editor: Ben Morris Studio Manager: Steve Goodwin Sales Manager: Davey Pearson Accounts Manager: Dave Smith Distribution Manager: Rod Kershaw

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Goodbye, Lewis

The Resident’s Studio Manager, Lewis Forsaith, left last Friday. Lewis, 21, started out as our delivery boy until we realised he was good with computers. Ever since then, Lewis had designed advertisements in The Resident. He was a familiar sight in Horsham, riding around town on his black BMX bike while keeping his wavey fringe in perfect order. We will miss him for

his petanque skills, his ‘mum’ jokes, and his technical knowhow. We will not miss his illtimed cigarette breaks late on deadline day, his sudden urge to play The Sex Pistols on deadline day, or him never buying a round of beers on any day! He returns home to France, and we wish him all the very best for the future. Stepping into his fancy French designer boots is Steve Goodwin from Horsham.

Hannah Szczepanski and Sophie Oliver in the play, and below, soldiers Rhys Harding and Zak Quilter

School soldiers on to new level Within ten minutes of the new performing arts centre at Queen Elizabeth II School being opened, its pupils were on stage performing a musical medley. Not only was it a great way to celebrate after an exhaustive three year fundraising campaign, but it also demonstrated that work still needs to be done. For many of the parents and guests attending the opening of the £500,000 facility needed to stand at the back of the hall, due to the lack of raised seating. That will come from an extra £45,000 that is still needed to complete the new hall. The school hopes to have raised the money in time for a performance of Peter Pan in November. Three years ago, Julie Bateman, a mother of one of the pupils, Ella, attended a school production. Inspired by the children’s enthusiasm and talent, she spearheaded the fundraising campaign, organising events including parties, golf and polo

days, children's fun days, and concerts and balls. Julie said: “My quest to raise money to build a new theatre and art centre for the children has been the most rewarding and wonderful experience. The school is so special. All the children love QE II and gain so much confidence and happiness from their experiences of art and drama; the new facility will enable them to achieve so much more.” It was Julie who was given the honour o f cutting the Julie Bateman (left) officially opened the new studio and performing arts facility at Q E II School on Wednesday ribbon on Wednesday afternoon. Julie thanked the endeavour and generosity of all of those who had contributed to making the facility possible and added: “This truly is a beautiful

school. I don’t know about you but I was never that enthusiastic about going to school, but that is not the case with my daughter Ella. “Every day she looks forward to coming here.” Lesley Dyer, Head Teacher Continued on Page 3

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the pupils to the the stage in the new performing arts centre just minutes after its official opening Continued from Page 2... at QE II since 1993, said: “This is a really proud day. Three years if you would have told me we’d be stood here today opening a £500,000 performing arts facility, I’d have said ‘in your dreams’. “But that’s now a reality and that really is all down to Julie.” The School’s philosophy of using performing arts has proved really successful, but its old studio had become inadequate - audiences had to be crammed into every available space and the

growing number of pupils made it difficult for whole school productions. But it’s clear that the new centre will prove a big hit with the pupils. QE II is also keen to share the benefits of its new studio with the wider community. Lesley continued: “We look forward to sharing our fabulous resource with the local community

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and schools. We are also seeking specialist status in performing arts, which will enable us to develop even more opportunities for our pupils and support our partner schools and community partnerships.” If you would like to make a contribution to QEII School call 01403 266215.

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Left: Ella Bateman and Declan Mason, and above, Leilani Mitchell

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The Big Picture


A market trader can’t quite emphasise exactly how tantalisingly tasty his apricot tarts are with words alone, during Horsham’s French Festival, held on Friday to Sunday. For a full report of the popular event see pages 6-7 and 10-11 (image: Toby Phillips Photography)

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Jim turns 70 One of the town’s most popular characters, the Peace campaigner Jim Duggan, turns 70 this week, and is inviting all of his friends and anyone who supported or voted Peace at May’s general election to join him for a birthday bash of Sunday. The party takes place at him home at 70 Bennetts Road, Horsham, from about 2pm.

Motorcyclist dies

A motorcyclist who died following a collision involving two motorcycles on the A29 at Adversane near the B2133 on Saturday, 17th July, has been named today as 39-year-old Kerry Yendal, of Highfield Road, Southampton. Kerry died at the scene at around 12.45pm from her injuries. The other motorcyclist, a 39-year-old man was not injured. An inquest has been formally opened and adjourned. Anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact Sussex Police on 0845 60 70 999 quoting Operation Hudson.


FrenchFest is a feast of colour and culture Other than the France football team coming into The Carfax, losing a game of football before sulking away in different directions, Horsham couldn’t have been a lot more French at the weekend. As always, the authentic French market in the Carfax and Napoleonic re-enactors, the 45eme, who were seen drilling new recruits, were among the highlights of the three day festival, held on Friday to Sunday. But the organisers (its a Horsham District Council event) have helped keep the festival fresh with some new additions. There was a party of Nor-

man re-enactors on the Saturday and an opportunity to get ‘hands on’ with impressionist painting by Horsham Open Studios in the Carfax on Sunday. Also on Saturday Kinetika gyms ran a successful ‘Tour de Horsham’ prize challenge. The petanque again went down well in Market Square with the Southern Petanque Association. On Friday

The Napoleonic re-enactors were as popular as ever

afternoon, an inter-business tournament took place (Brock Taylor estate agents proved victorious - more over the page) although numbers were down on last year. A similar contest between market traders took place on Friday evening . Town Centre Manager Garry Mortimer Cook said: “I thought the painting and art display worked well and the Open Studios did a great job. “The area seemed made for it really, and I’m

Continued on Page 7...

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Kids will love The Big Slide


Classic cars to boost next year’s FrenchFest?

Continued from Page 6...

hoping we can do more like this with other community groups and organisations in the future. We are always open to new ideas. “All in all, Frenchfest went well, and it was a good start for the new elements of the event. I wouldn’t say it was any more successful than previous years, more of a case of job done. “Saturday was very busy but of


course the weather helped. Sunday probably needs a big event to draw a bigger crowd, so we are working on trying to get classic French cars in for next year. “But again, we had people who had travelled from out of the area to be here, and there’s defintely a benefit to businesses if they are willing to be involved.” Horsham FrenchFest 2010 is sponsored by East Street’s La Source and Cote Brasserie.

Ant Attack!

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Horsham awoke in B-movie hell on Tuesday morning. No, not genetically mutated spiders, or giant Mako Sharks that can swim backwards and eat Samuel L Jackson whilst he’s on dry land, but massive swarms of mating flying ants. At first glance, you’ll have been forgiven for thinking the epidemic was localised to your house only (in our case, the children’s paddling pool!) but it was nationwide. We were going to do a big, silly Hollywood movie style graphic of killer ants. But seeing as they don’t actually bite and they were all pretty much gone by Wednesday so nobody cares, we shelved the idea. Large female ants pick one day a year to mate by sensing temperature, humidity and day length. What you were watching was a huge mating ritual. The men die afterwards while the women shed their wings before making a new colony.

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



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spofforths returns like a Phoenix from the flames

spofforths’ former offices at horsham gates goes up in flames. what is left is still awaiting demolition, but spofforths has moved on...

it’s been an eventful - and no doubt testing - period for spofforths Chartered accountants. But the Horsham based business managed to keep disruption to a minimum after a huge and dramatic fire destroyed its town centre headquarters last October. And last week staff celebrated moving into new premises with an opening party. The professional advisers are now based at Comewell House on North Street, following the fire at the firm’s Horsham Gates site last October. Around 100 guests attended the event which provided them with the opportunity to meet the team and look around the new offices. Partners spent many months looking for a suitable location in the town and said they are “delighted” with the new offices. The site is within easy reach of the town centre and provides a perfect meeting environment for clients and contacts. Spofforths enjoy close links with the local community and having an

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planning out and implementing a new and comfortable working environment, on-time and onbudget.” A number of experts work out of the new offices, providing businesses and individuals with advice to see them through the ever changing economic climate. As well as offering traditional accountancy and advisory services, a number of specialist teams are based at the offices. These include Spofforths Corporate Finance and

office in the town is of utmost importance to the firm. Bryan Elkins, Horsham Partner, commented: “It is wonderful to have a base in the town again and I am delighted that we were able to arrange the move so quickly. “Through team work we kept our relocation plans moving smoothly. We have continued to provide clients with a quality service since the incident and

“it is wonderful to have a base in the town again” this has been our priority throughout the entire period.” Peter Lansberry, Spofforths Partner, added: “In the process of moving to Comewell House following the fire at Horsham Gates, we needed to rely on contractors and professionals that we could trust, to minimise the inevitable disruption. “Action Office have once again provided an excellent service in

Tax Consultancy teams who already work with many local clients. The opening also sees the introduction of the Spofforths Private Client Services team to Horsham as they have moved out of the firm’s Storrington office. For more information visit

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the fete is always a great day, says lavinia house day Centre manager ed smith age Concern horsham district is holding a summer fete this saturday (24th July) at lavinia house, dukes square, denne road in the centre of horsham. The Fete will be opened by Horsham MP Francis Maude. “This is always a great day’ said Lavinia House Day Centre Manager Ed Smith. “There will be lots of stalls including cakes, plants, jewellery and bric-abrac, and games to test your

luck and skills. “Also joining us is Jean Griffin of BBC Southern Counties gardening programme 'Dig It' who will set up in our award winning garden to answer gardeners’ questions. The gardens include the relocated Tudor Rose garden designed by Chris Burns and originally exhibited at the 2009 Hampton Court Flower Show. There’s also a ‘Make us a Scarecrow’ competition with

winners announced towards the end of the day. There are some games for the children to play and Dennis the Fire Engine from the Sussex Fire & Rescue Service is hoping to spend a couple of hours with us from 11am. Refreshments will be on sale so why not come and enjoy a ploughman’s lunch or cream tea on the terrace. The event is held from 10am-4pm.

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More than just a game! FrenchFest 2010

The team from Cote Brasserie are jubilant as a superb late throw keeps them in their tight first round match against The Resident. But still, it was the boys from the East Street restaurant who bowed out early in the entertaining but surprisingly competitive FrenchFest inter-business petanque competition. The Resident, defending champions, were not to have it all their own way. They were defeated in a tense, tactical final against estate agents Brock Taylor. Peter Maskell and Alex Bethall snatched a 7-6 victory against The Resident team of Lewis Forsaith (who is French, so blame should be placed at his feet) and Matthew Wheeler to lift the May Gurney Cup. Also taking part were ladies fashion store Cape Scarlett, who lost out to the Council’s Economic Development Team, Country Produce who defeated Panino Cafe in the first round, Crickmay, who

were the first to face the eventual winners, as well as La Source and Horsham Rotary Club. Peter Maskell said: “I’m quite competitive so even though it’s just a fun thing it was a really tense tournament. Quite a few of the teams were taking it very seriously. “We were 4-1 down at one point in the final so it was nice to come back and take victory with pretty much the last ball. “It’s a great tournament so of course we’ll be back next year to defend our trophy. We currently have it up in the office, and it’s up to The Resident or anyone else to see if they can take it off us next year.” Of course, The Resident knows it’s all just a bit of fun,

might even congratulate Brock Taylor once we’ve finishing writing our letter to the English Petanque Association over the small matter of an unseen foot infringement made in the final. It’s only fair that the whole game be replayed! That aside, The Resident would like to thank Horsham District Council, Horsham Rotary Club and May Gurney for staging the event. It’s great fun, and it’s a bit sad that more businesses didn’t join in the fun. It’s held on Friday lunchtime for heaven’s sake, are you really all too busy? Come on!

and h a s taken the defeat with good grace. We

The Cote Brasserie team win the point, but still narrowly lost out in the first round

“I don’t have to wear this all day, do I?”

Alex Bethall and Peter Maskell, representing Brock Taylor, lift the May Gurney Cup

Cape Scarlett, one of the town’s newest businesses, entered a team on Friday

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Market Petanque

A few hours after Brock Taylor had won the interbusiness competition and lifted the May Gurney Cup, the market traders had a go on the rink, set up in Market Square as part of FrenchFest. Once again, the Southern Counties Petanque Association were on hand to provide training and tips for participants. Pictures on Page 11 by Toby Phillips Photography


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Sparks to ignite on Sunday First things first- what is Sparks in the Park? It’s something we haven’t had before. It’s Horsham’s largest free summer event for families and has been organised by Horsham District Council. It’ll be held this Sunday, from 12-5pm.

So why should I go? Well, it’s free, and there’s lots going on for all ages. There will be live music, comedy entertainers, have-a-go sports with free coaching, an It’s a Knockout competition, carnival flag making, samba and junk music, finishing with a spectacular carnival parade. Where’s all this happening? Horsham Park

But isn’t the funfair coming to town? Yes, and that’s sort of being incorporated into the event, although you’ll have to pay for rides as normal.

Okay, so tell me more about this carnival... This is going to be one the highlights of the day, and they’re calling it the One World Carnival; it’ll feature over 80 fantastic giant-size costumes. You can either watch or help make colourful flags for the parade, join in samba workshops or even help decorating a giant carnival cube.

Didn’t I see a colourful parade like this during a FrenchFest? You did, but that was just a small teaser for Sunday’s event.

Why did I think Sparks in the Park was about the Olympics? You’re not far off the mark. People across the whole of the country are celebrating the London 2012 Open Weekend, and Sparks in the Park is our contribution.

So I can take part in sports than? You can. Sparks is linking in with the Open Weekend celebrations, so in the park on Sunday you can try out urban

rebounding, stoolball, football, karate, basketball, tennis, rounders .

trict to achieve their goals of becoming future Champions and Olympians.



What’s urban rebounding? It’s essentially aerobics on a little trampoline, but with a cooler name.

And I can try all of this at the park? You can indeed. In fact, maybe you should get your business involved. There is, after all, an inter-business Sports Competition also being held on the Sunday, and entries are still being invited.

What does it involve? The competition consists of teams of four people who will compete against each other in six fast moving, easily accessible sports. Each sport will only last for a minute or two per person, so you don’t need to be a Tour de France rider to take part. You just need just four competitive fun-loving people who can represent your company. What are these sports? They are golf, netball, batak, rowing, cycling and table tennis. And it’s just 60 seconds each, so if you’re awful at something your pain won’t last long!

Batak? You’re making these sports up. No, that’s real. It’s a quick fire reaction game. It’s like that game at the funfair where you have to whack the mole with a hammer when it pops up. But different. We’re not making it up- it’s very popular in the Eastern European country of Romanovia.

So what’s all this in aid of then? It’s been organised by the Rotary Club and the charity Sportsaid to raise funds to encourage and support young sports women and men in the Horsham Dis-

So if my business takes part... You’re showing you support our young sports stars, yes.

So how much is it? Not a lot. Participating teams will pay only £25, so do get involved. To apply to be a Business Partner or to find out more about the scheme, please call John Le Rossignol, Horsham Rotary on 01403 754005 or email

I’ll ask around at work. Not sure though as there’s a Grand Prix this weekend. Anyway, what else is going on? Okay, if that’s not enough for you, Horsham Park Bowls Club and The Pavilions in the Park will also be offering free Open Day activities throughout the afternoon. Also in the park will be an Active Communities Zone, which gives advice on what’s on offer locally.

So what events are going on in the Pavilions? The Pavilions is celebrating the Open Weekend with their own Open Day from 9.30am – 6pm. All activities are free and include Olympic Island Inflatable (9.30am - 10.30am), and a Synchronised Swimming Taster Session (5 - 6pm) which you’ll need to book in advance on 219200.

And you mentioned It’s a Knockout? I did. For those wanting their sport to be a bit sillier PEACH’s ‘It’s a Knockout’ Zone will offer people the chance to challenge their family and friends in a fun range of games including Crazy Caterpillars, Chicken Run, Pony Hop Racing, Puzzle Mania and Up & Under.

It all sounds tempting... Yes, it does. Should you need to know anymore though, visit the website at


Brain Gym




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


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






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Down 2. Free (10) 3. Row (4) 4. Filter (6) 5. Go beyond (6) 6. Bitterness (8) 7. Dregs (4) 11. Emphatic demanding (10) 13. Unseemly (8) 16. Disprove (6) 17. Scene of uproar (6) 18. Calf’s meat (4) 20. Still (4)

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The letter represented by the question mark is C. Clarinet, piccolo, recorder, all woodwind instruments.



Fill in all the squares in the grids below so that every row, column and each of the nine 3x3 squares contain all the digits from one to nine.




Across: 7 Niece; 8 Evasion; 9 Tripoli; 10 Greed; 12 Arbitrates; 15 Trade union; 18 Romeo; 19 Tremble; 21 Portico; 22 Tutor. Down: 1 Instructor; 2 Peril; 3 Zero; 4 Gemini; 5 Kangaroo; 6 Liberty; 11 Disappears; 13 Rhetoric; 14 Farmers; 16 Notion; 17 Abate; 20 Eats.


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Across 1. Clever (4) 8. Make drunk (10) 9. Augment (8) 10. Part of the eye (4) 12. Revelation (6) 14. Sleepy (6) 15. Spruce (6) 17. Like a lad (6) 18. Prohibition (4) 19. Was restless (8) 21. Stress (10) 22. Require (4)


Using the central letter and at least three others, how many words can you find? Plurals, proper nouns and hyphenated words are not allowed, and there is at least one 9-letter word. 15 words = OK, 25 words = Good, 35 words = Great, 40+ words = Excellent. LAST WEEK’S SOLUTION: AVALANCHE



You can do it!

‘You Can Do It!’ which was formed in 2008, is a voluntary parent led group for families who have disabled children or children with additional needs.

The main aims of the group are to facilitate sports, arts and recreational activities for disabled children in typical settings where such activities would take place, such as sports centres, arts centres, schools, cinemas and other community venues. The group is run by parents of disabled children and works in partnership with Horsham District Council, Bluecoats Sports Centre at Christ’s Hospital School, Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre and Steyning Leisure Centre, to enable children who have previously been excluded from such activities to access courses such as trampolining, swimming, gymnastics, dance, drumming, tennis, badminton, and table tennis to name just a few. Their success has enabled up to 90 children, and now

young adults, to keep fit every week and have fun just like their peers...and their siblings and friends can join in too if they want to!

The chairperson, Caroline Johnston, whose middle son Henry (7yrs) has Down’s syndrome, is astounded at how many families are now benefiting from the provision. It is not only the fine and gross motor and coordination skills which children and young people gain but also social skills, communication and numeracy amongst others...and the parents and siblings get to meet each other too for support, which is invaluable. Parent/carers from the group also meet regularly for general support and information. Locations vary depending on speakers and the nature of the support meeting. Funding for extra training and support staff has been sourced through grant applications such as Children

in Need and Sport England but the group are always looking to find new ways of funding and we are, as always, very grateful to any individuals or organisations who would like to fund raise on our behalf. A fundraising Boot Camp will be held at 10.15am on Saturday 28th August in the park to help generate funds - we hope to get some of our children down to the park too for some exercise! Thanks go to Jenny and Fitness in Horsham for setting up this event.

Parents/carers interested in any of the activities of the group should contact Caroline Johnston for more details on or 0780 329 7368. To take part in the fundraising Boot Camp please contact Jenny Swan of Fitness in Horsham on 07957 891723.

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The Loder legacy lives on



Competition winners... Chris Loder has run Loder Plants, a nursery behind Leonardslee Gardens, for many years On June 30th, Leonardslee Gardens in Lower Beeding opened up to the public for the last time. The beautiful gardens had been owned by the Loder family for more than 120 years and had become a major tourist attraction, welcoming about 75,000 people annually. But now the gardens have a new owner (who has also bought Leonardslee House, sold in the 1980s by Robin Loder to finance the gardens) and there is little indication that the gardens will be opened again for public viewing. But the new owner will have a job on his hands to shake that Loder legacy. Looking out of the back window of his stately

nursery has remained something of a secret shared only amongst specialist plant buyers. Chris was not involved in the running of Leonardslee Gardens, although has probably the best knowledge of plants among the four children. Instead, it was siblings Tom and Mary (who will continue to care for the estate’s wallabies from her garden in Lower Beeding) who assisted their father in the day to day running of the gardens. Chris said: “I think that perhaps I was seen as not being the business one. But we have a lovely set up here and it’s a lovely place to spend time. “It’s quite a specialist range

home and across the fields, the first buildings you come to is a series of 18th century cottages and outbuildings, among the very oldest on the original Leonardslee Estate. This is the home of Loder Plants, run by Robin’s eldest son, Chris, for the last 25 years. Yet through all that time the

so our customers are from all over the country, Ireland and even further afield. It’s not like we’re in competition with the local garden centres. “Most of the people that do visit seem to be more fascinated with our 18th century glass houses, which we’re in the middle of restoring. But I don’t

think that many people in Horsham actually know we exist!” Indeed, the site is rather anonymous. A small blue sign by the roadside can be easily missed, and even on arrival you’re advised to honk your horn so that Chris or one of his small but knowledgeable team are aware of your presence. And now that Leonardslee is closed, you could be forgiven for associating the Loder name with the gardens, and assume the nursery has also closed. Chris said: “I have seen asked several times if we are still open, but we are and I intend that to be the case for many years to come. “A lot of people used to come to Lower Beeding, have a stroll around Leonardslee Gardens and then come here to find out more about what they were looking at. “But we have built up a collection of Leonardslee varieties and even have some that the gardens have lost, so I’m sure we will survive without them.” The nursery has one of the widest ranges of rhododendrons, azaleas, hydrangeas and camellias available in Europe and also stocks a selection of other plants, especially shrubs. Its specialist camellia nursery is stocked with some 270 varieties, of which 45 are autumn flowering Camellia sasanqua types. Loder Plants is located at Market Garden, Cyder Farm, Lower Beeding, and is open Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Call 01403 891412 for more info

Many thanks to all of our young readers who entered the Little Big Club colouring competition here in The Resident Five winners - Charlie Rutherford, Kai Stenning, Olivia Malins, Megan McCarthy (whose picture can be seen above) and Lauren Murray have all won a pair of tickets to the show, at the Capitol on 28th29th August. Nicole Baulch won the Toy Story 3 merchandise competition. Buzz, Woody and pals can be seen at Horsham’s cinema from today (23rd). Call the Box Office on 01403 750220 for tickets.

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Billingshurst Macmillan Support Group hosts a film night at Billingshurst Village Hall at 7.30pm. Sorry chaps, but it’s Sex and The City 2. Tickets cost £5.50 from Mallards, 70 High Street, Billingshurst, call 01403 785288. Proceeds to local Macmillan Cancer Support, Midhurst

24th Jul

Benson’s Funfair is in town from today until Sunday, in Horsham Park, to coincide with Sparks in the Park. Rides include Midnight Express, Dodgems, Meteor, Twister, Waltzer and the James Bond ride No Fear. For more info on Sparks in the Park see Page 12-13

24th Jul

It’s not been a classic year for movies - an Oscar winning Best Picture that nobody has seen and big let downs such as Robin Hood and Iron Man 2. But thankfully Pixar is here, and surely they won’t let us down with Toy Story 3. It’s being screened at the Capitol from today. Can’t wait!

24th Jul

Age Concern Horsham District is holding a Summer Fete from 10am to 4pm at Lavinia House, Dukes Square, Denne Road. Gardens include the Tudor Rose garden designed by Chris Burns and exhibited at the 2009 Hampton Court Flower Show. MP Francis Maude opens the fete

25th Jul

It’s South Africa day at Horsham Rugby Club. Starts at 1pm - all are welcome, with stalls selling Koeksusters, Pannekoek, Melktert, Castle Lager, Windhoek, Cream Soda, Fanta Grape etc. Bouncy Castle, Touch Rugby for adults and kids, South African music and clothing stalls

RSPB Pulborough Brooks hosts a family fun weekend, promising a mix of amazing wildlife, challenging trails and crazy crafts. It’s a lovely place to visit with the kids. It costs £4 per child (£2 Explorer members) and £2 for adults. More details online at

Sparks in the Park, is held in Horsham Park today at 12-5pm, featuring the One World Carnival, It’s a Knockout competition, a Sports Zone, Giant Fun Zone for Kids, live music and an active community zone. For more info see page 12 or visit

Horsham Ride In Motorcycle Show is held at Ingfield Manor School, Five Oaks, Billingshurst, today from 12pm. There are bike contests with categories such as Best Chopper, Classic, Rat, Streetfighter, Custom and best Trike. There’s a tattoo artist, licenced bar and music too!

28th Jul

There’s a summer Butterfly Walk at Warnham (meet at village hall) today at 2.30pm. The walk, which will be led by David Bridges, will be a very leisurely stroll at a gentle pace. Children and nice dogs (on leads) are welcome. For more info call David Bridges on 01403 250569

29th Jul

As part of the Sparks in the Park event there will be an inter business sports competition including golf, batak, rowing, cycling and table tennis in Horsham Park. Teams of four are required, and it sounds like good fun at £25 per team. More info from

31st Jul

Barns Green Art & Photography Exhibition will run from today to 1st August at Barns Green Village Hall. Open Monday at 7.30pm, Tuesday to Saturday at 2-8pm, and sunday 25pm. Original art work on display including paintings, pottery, & sculpture. Free admission.

The council is producing the ‘Horsham town local list’, which is a record of locally important historic buildings that are not statutorily listed, yet contribute positively to the character of the town. Comments are being invited by today by email to

5th Aug

Horsham District Council’s leisure services is holding an alternative outdoor sports day, with Frisbee, basketball, street hockey and skateboarding. It’s at 2-4pm for 9-13 year olds. Cost £5, at Billingshurst Leisure Centre and others in the coming weeks.

12th Aug

Strada restaurant in East Street closed on Monday for 10 days, while the builders come in for major renovation work. It ties in quite nicely with the work being done on the road surface in East Street. Strada is due to open once again today, with a whole new colour scheme...

14th Aug

Horsham Rugby Club hosts the 4th annual touch tournament at its Coolhurst ground today. As usual, expect some teams to play in fancy dress, and others to not entirely know the rules! Always a good day out though. There will be a BBQ and the bar will be open too...

It’s a bit out of our area, but there’s enough interest in the Cranleigh Show to warrant a place here. It’s one of the oldest one day agricultural shows and features the Bolddog Lings motorcycle team, sheep show, livestock and farming contests and more.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Michael Beasley, organiser from St Catherine’s Hospice, said: ““We’re challenging all local businesses to put down their pens, pick up the paddles and be part of it. Getting a team together is great fun, so make it the year of the dragon for you and your colleagues, while raising much needed funds for your local hospice.” If you want to find our more about how you can take part, log onto or call Michael Beasley on 01293 447357.

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Praising our binmen

It was good to see the positive coverage of our Acorn Plus service in your paper (2nd July) However, I was distinctly unimpressed by the comment underneath the headline. It was unfair and irresponsible of you to describe our staff as “lazy bin men” and to suggest that residents put their bins the wrong way round to force them to undertake unnecessary work. Our refuse and recycling officers work every week of the year, in all weathers from early in the morning, collecting waste and recyclable material from 55,000 households across 200 square miles. Their work is physically demanding and can be hazardous. They provide an essential service that underpins the health and environmental wellbeing of our residents and their communities. I think you owe them

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Tom Crowley, Chief Executive, Horsham District Council

Editor: Quite right, Tom. I’d like to think our readers appreciate the comment was only made in jest, but our ‘refuse and recycling officers’ do indeed do a sterling job. Sorry for any upset caused.

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‘Spook central’ is a flourishing Church Your article "Spook Central" (9th July, Page 4&5) has been brought to my attention. St John's, Coolhurst, was built by my family and is very close to our hearts. You may have noticed that many of us are buried there, including my infant daughter. I mention this as many rumours, which continue to go around, seem to centre on a young girl are often put down to her. The stories of Ghostly goings on there is one that returns from time to time but seems to stem from the time that Coolhurst was occupied by various schools and might be put down to teenage imagination. I make no comment on the "experience" of young Mr Stephen Foster, except to note that he was camping in Private Property without permission and that so called White Figures seen by such people are normally put down to the White Fallow Deer which live freely in the Woods, nor of Mr John Rowell. All I can say is that over the years I have given permission for various bodies interested in such things, in-

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cluding the BBC, to observe the Church and area, to try and note any occurrences. None of them have ever been able to see anything. I can also assure you that there is no family lore about anything like this. I would also comment that far from being a "seldom used" used Church, St John's has a flourishing congregation which goes from strength to strength. There is Holy Communion there every Sunday at

8.30am and Evensong at 3.30pm on the second Sunday of each month. These Services are taken by the Vicar of Lower Beeding in whose Parish St John's lies. All are welcome and I can assure you that St John's is a very friendly and happy place.

Mark Scrase-Dickins CMG DL, Doomsday Lane, Horsham I loved the article about ghostly happenings at St John's in Coolhurst but thought your readers might like to know a bit more about the building itself. St John's was financed by a local businessman, Charles

Scrase Dickens (no relationship as far as I'm aware to the famous author) in 1889. For many years it was the church used by St John's private school, Coolham (now a private estate). Charles did, however, give his name to Dickens Way, a road not so far away from his little church. Far from being a seldom used church, as your article suggests, St John's hosts an 8.30am Holy Communion every Sunday morning, which is well attended. For me, its attraction lies in its traditional Evensong held at 3.30pm on the second Sunday of every month. This service is also well attended and music is provided by organist Isobel Richardson, who, like me, attends Holy Trinity Church, Rushams Road, for morning services in between. St John's is a very friendly little church. Don't be put off by the ghostly rumours. Once you get inside, you will be inspired by the simple yet artistic decor and be warmly welcomed by its congregation, many of whom, like me, travel some distance to enjoy its tranquil atmosphere. Peter Tobutt, Fairview, Horsham

Blind to social needs Is it not remarkable that Horsham has a very unique Town Hall in the centre, with two acoustic halls, a history that spans many centuries, a ghost in the form of the genial Dan Roberts, and with a potential to be a place where the community can meet and greet? Is it also not remarkable that a handful of people have been fighting to keep the building for the community, over many years, and during that time to secure the patronage of Julian Lloyd Webber? You can have as many restaurants as you like but if you do not have something to attract people other than restaurants then noth-

ing is going to bring people into your back yard! Music and the arts will do that! That is what the drive is about to open Horsham Town Hall for the community, and that is something that is going to become more and more essential. “In Harmony” was begun by Julian Lloyd Webber to bring music into the community; he said in a recent interview that “In Harmony” was; “a social project rather than a musical project” to “improve communities” and “involve communities.” Why should Horsham be so blind to the social needs around as to refuse to think outside the box and remain with its eyes closed, mouth shut and lid securely down? Robert Mayfield, Blue Flash Music Trust, Horsham.

Editor: But after the lack of interest in the Black Cat music club and Q Art, which both closed, maybe residents aren’t that fussed about the local music and arts scene. Any thoughts on this, readers?

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How about fixed menu for Wabi? I have yet to be seduced by the culinary charms of Wabi, partly because I don't have an occasion coming up that justifies what is going to be a pretty hefty expense and partly because I don't want to suffer the ignominy of searching in vain through the menu trying to find the most filling but least expensive dishes. This I believe is the issue with Wabi. Horsham is a prosperous area, and for many people, going out for a meal at the weekend, even during the week is a no-brainer. It's no longer aligned with the celebration of special occasions. With the wonderful Wabi however it's unlikely that sufficient numbers of Horsham's middle market are going to make a spontaneous decision to eat there, and let's face it, many restaurants nowadays rely on the power of spontaneity as opposed to the olden days when we booked a restaurant days in advance to celebrate a milestone. All will be well at Wabi if they can entice sufficient people at the top end of the spending league to come and eat, come back again and recommend

‘A GREAT FAMILY EVENING FOR LESS THAN £35 PER HEAD IS GREAT VALUE’ You can read our review of Wabi, in last week’s edition, online at it to their friends and family. If not, my suggestion is that Wabi launches a fixed-price menu for under £40 a head to pull in the middle market. I'm sure that we can all co-exist merrily under the same roof - people

like myself enjoying their good value fixed-price meal and those for whom spending over £45 on one dish alone is mere pennies! Dee Blick, Irwin Drive, Horsham

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I would like to write to you in disgust of the amount of dog faeces that seems to be in Horsham. In the past two weeks I have trodden in dog poo three times. Some people say it’s lucky to do such a thing but sadly there is nothing lucky about sitting on my door step at home and using an old twig to flick the muck from my new Ugg boots (before anyone asks, yes, men can wear them). As a dog owner I always pick up my mutt’s plops and luckily for me I own a shop and always have a carrier bag in my pocket just in case this happens. So dedicated I am to picking it up, once I used a £10 note to pick some droppings up as I didn’t want some

poor child falling face first into it and going blind and wondering around like they were in the Day of The Triffids. So please, all dog owners, carry a bag with you at all times. All supermarkets issue bags and it’s a great way of recycling. I do wish the council would install more dog poo bins as I have had to, on a number of occasions, lob the bag wherever as I will happily pick it up but I certainly can’t be seen walking around with poo in a bag. I feel very passionate about this and would be very interested if other people feel the same. John O'Sullivan writes via email

Having booked for a party of six, including a native Japanese, I read with some apprehension the County Times articles and letters of last week. Our booking was for Friday 16th July. Was it going to be an expensive disaster? It certainly was not! The evening was a great success with my son and Japanese daughterin-law acting as our adviser on the very good menu. Our table was upstairs and we found the ambience ideal for an intimate family occasion once they had turned the music down a touch. The

staff were very helpful and the management of the restaurant seemed to be very professional. There were six very healthy appetites and these were so satisfied after our excellent (Japanese daughter in law's word) meal that only two of us could manage a sweet although the others did dip their spoons in as well. How much? Water, soft drinks, wine, many courses and desserts, not to mention a great family evening all for less than £35 a head. I call the whole experience value for money! Ian Jepps writes via Email

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news Just two weeks ago, gymnast Chris Cranfield was picking up his first major medal, at the Acrobatic Gymnastics 6th World Age Group Competition in Poland. Now, aged 19, he has retired! Chris went out on a high by winning silver at the games in the Mixed Pairs with Kimberley

Hunter. But Chris, who trained at Heathrow Gym Club, has called it a day as he’s off to University in Chichester. Chris, from Mannings Heath, said: “It’s quite hard to explain Acrobatic Gymnastics, but the easiest way is to say it’ like what Spellbound do on Britain’s Got Talent!

“It was great to win silver. I went out not really knowing what to expect but after the qualifying rounds I thought we would have a chance. “That was my first major medal for me, but now I’m retiring. You could say I’m going out on a high!”

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in Rusper, thin and unhealthy and living off birds. The lady advertised locally, but when nobody came forward she took Sage in and cared for him, bringing back to health. It was only when she took the cat to the veterinary clinic to be spayed (he was thought to be female) that the

jigsaw came together, as Sage had been ‘chipped’ as a kitten. Rod said: “We’re very grateful to the lady who cared for Sage. He was clearly well loved and she was tearful at losing him. But we’re delighted to have him home with his sister Parsley and of course it’s great for Nicky.”

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will see traffic will be banned from east street and Market square 24 hours a day, seven days a week except for loading and blue badge holders. designated bays for loading and unloading and blue badge holders will be introduced. the £400,000 jointly funded project from horsham district council and west sussex county council follows a year-long experimental pedestrianisation carried out in east street in 2008/09. A celebration event is being planned for october.

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A Nostalgic trip

As teenagers, most of us had a poster of a favourite film up on bedroom wall. For me, it was trainspotting and Goodfellas (i’d never seen it. it was free with a magazine). but one member of staff at the capitol made the collection of movie posters his hobby, and he now has many of his personal favourites on display. James simmonds is exhibiting posters from films including My Fair Lady, some Like it hot, carry on films and Airplane in the theatre’s gallery until 31st August. James said: “i’ve always loved the cinema – the atmosphere, the sounds, the smell of popcorn and that sense of anticipation when the lights dim. And then the pearl

& dean adverts with that fantastic theme music. “the art of cinema is often overlooked or not given a second thought. the design, layout and materials have changed dramatically over the years, up until the late 80s posters where simply printed on paper. Now they are glossy, airbrushed, computer generated designs. the posters i’m exhibiting are from the bygone age of british and American musicals and comedies. “i have a soft spot for british caricature-style posters, a popular way to advertise films in the 50s, 60s and early 70s. “i hope this exhibition provides a nostalgic trip down memory lane.”

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special olympic reunion

50 years of Horsham Olympic

it all started with this group of young lads, who would win the horsham and district league division 4 title in the club’s first season. 50 years and several hundred players later, Horsham Olympic are pretty much where they were after that first promotion winning season. These days, the club runs two teams, playing in Division 3 North and Division 5 North of the West Sussex Football League respectively. And to celebrate its 50th anniversary, Olympic are organising a reunion event at The Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham. Club chairman Tim Wilkins and lifelong member Mick Langridge are inviting all former players to the event on Saturday, 18th September, at 7pm until late, with music, a licensed bar and of course an evening full of memories.

“the club has and will always hold a special position in horsham football”

the 1960 division 4 champions: roy Jupp, John dennett, clive potter, cyril elmes, mick figg, ray burchell, bob James (captain), John baxter, rich roberts, brian clarke and tony tuesley

Tim said: “Over the last 50 years so many local footballers have at some time during their career played for Olympic. “For many years the club had three teams, plus a junior Herons Olympic team

and Veterans as well. “The club has been run by some marvellous people over the years and has some great history. It should be a fantastic evening with lots of players and many memories.” Mick Langridge, who played from the 1960s up until the 1980s and has been involved with the club ever since, can’t wait to get everyone back together on the 18th. Mick said: “It is quite difficult to get hold of everybody who has played but it is coming together. Keeping the club going for so long has sometimes been very difficult, but it has always held and will always hold a special position in Horsham football.” The club was originally started by Horsham Boys Club leader Jim Hills, who has run a sports shop in Billingshurst for many years. It was based at Hurst Road and known as the Boys Club in 1958, before changing its name two years later to Horsham Olympic. Olympic entered a team in Division 4 and were champions at the first attempt. Tickets cost £7.50 and are available from Mick or Tim on 01403 266474 or 07905 542821.

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Now showing on the Big Screen


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Woody, Buzz and the gang are back. As their owner Andy prepares to depart for college, his loyal toys find themselves in daycare where untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice. Starring:Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Jodi Benson, Michael Keaton ( -5th Aug)

Next part of the Twilight Saga. Bella once again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a vampire continues her quest for revenge. Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson (-29th Jul )

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2010 will be the 21st anniversary of Roy Orbison’s death and to mark this occasion The Capitol presents the sounds of 'The Big O' together with two hugely successful support acts, The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly, together with live band ‘The Rockets’. Featuring moving and accurate portrayals to these music icons, hear your favourite hits and sing along in a terrific feel-good night. Tickets £16 from 01403 750220

after months of there being nothing on at the cinema there’s a sudden surge of super cinema smashers. In the next few weeks there really is something for everyone. We have Toy Story 3 for the children, Twilight for the teenagers and Inception for the grown ups. Pixar’s latest and Christopher Nolan’s Inception have both had the critics churning out the hyperboles. Having seen the first two Twilights, you couldn’t pay us to watch Eclipse, but it is reportedly the best of the series so far. Maybe it’s a rare case of a franchise improving film by film. Like Jaws. This time, Bella again finds herself surrounded by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of mysterious killings and a malicious vampire continues her quest for revenge. Well, if you will choose to hang out with such folk... In the midst of it all, she is forced to choose between her love for Edward and her friendship with Jacob knowing that her decision has the potential to ignite the struggle between vampire and werewolf.

tOy stOry 3 and inceptiOn have bOth had critics churning Out hyperbOles With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella is confronted with the most important decision of her life. Eclipse is at the Capitol now until 29th July. Inception is the first film by Christopher Nolan since The Dark Knight, which you may recall did more than okay. Dom Cobb (Leo DiCaprio) is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossibleinception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of special-

ists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. Might be one where you’d be advised against a mid-film toilet break. Inception is showing at the Capitol until 29th July. Then there’s the really big one Toy Story 3, showing in Disney Digital 3D. If Pixar can maintain they’re unbelievable run of form you can assume it’ll be the best animated film ever, until their next one. Woody, Buzz and the whole gang are back. As their owner Andy prepares to depart for college, his loyal toys find themselves in day care where untamed tots with their sticky little fingers do not play nice. So, it's all for one and one for all as they join Barbie's counterpart Ken, a thespian hedgehog named Mr. Pricklepants and a pink, strawberry-scented teddy bear called Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear to plan their great escape. Toy Story 3 will be showing at the Capitol until 5th August. It is selling fast so book in advance.

14th Oct

Julian clary: lord of the Mince

having already thrilled audiences at over a hundred sell out shows, Julian has agreed to extend his lord of the Mince tour. “I can't stop now - I’m 50. The shame of it! This will be an intimate evening – a celebration, no less, of my twenty-five years in the camp spotlight: how I got there and why I refuse to leave. “Come and see me before they put me in a home for tired old knackers.” Tickets £20 from 01403 750220

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Dodgy knee ends rider’s brave bid “tHE only bitS of mE tHat Don't Hurt arE my fingEr nailS”


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When two Horsham friends advertised their charity cycle ride as "two fellas and four dodgy knees" they little knew how much they were tempting fate. Just days before they were due to set off on their self-supported ride from John O'Groats to Lands End one of the dodgy knees ended up in hospital making the venture impractical for only one cyclist. However, that cyclist, Andrew Wilson (light blue top), was not prepared to give up the idea entirely. "I didn't want to let down Chestnut Tree House and all the people who had offered sponsorship. It's such a good cause I decided to find a different way of doing the 1,000 miles". That different way involved cycling out from Horsham every day for ten days and aiming for 100 miles each day. Andrew, a personal fitness trainer from Horsham, started on 9th July and by the end of day two he had clocked up 203 miles and 12.5 hours in the saddle despite the high temperatures. "At the moment, the only bits of me that don't hurt are my finger nails" said Andrew at the end of that day. Patrick Curry had accompanied Andrew on day 2 but for the next few days, Andrew was on his own. Day 3 passed uneventfully but Day 4 saw Andrew in severe pain from

his own dodgy knee and his mileage fell to 50. Day 5 dawned and he bounced back with another 100 miles at an average speed of 16.4mph. The bad knee finally stopped hurting for the last 40 miles. "I guess it just gave up nagging me", said Andrew. By now his total mileage was 450, an average of 90 miles a day. Day 6 passed fairly smoothly but on Day 7 the dodgy knee decided enough was enough and Andrew was forced to finish at the end of Day 9, reduced to negotiating his stairs by "bum shuffling"! Despite this, he managed a creditable total of 835 miles, an average of just under 93 miles a day. Andrew had been aiming for 1,000 miles which represents the John O'Groats to Lands End cycle route. This avoids motorways and is therefore longer than the most direct road route which clocks in at 874 miles so Andrew's mileage would have seen him well into Cornwall. As the crow flies the journey is only 603 miles but this involves crossing stretches of Irish Sea! All money raised from sponsorship for this cycling achievement will go to the Chestnut Tree Hospice. Donations can be made via Andrew's page on

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Garden springs up Employees from Horsham based health, safety and environmental consultancy Elementus, took a day out to help the local Horsham charity, the Springboard Project. Their task was to paint a mural in their Jubilee Garden with the theme of the London 2012 Paralympic Games. The Springboard Project, in Horsham, is a haven for inclusive play and is a recreation centre for young people with special needs or disabilities and to families with young children.

Richard Hutson-Pope, the branch manager of Brewers, Horsham, supported the team by kindly donating paint for the mural. Nigel Scott-Dickeson, Project Manager at Springboard Project, said: “On behalf of all the families and children who use our Centre, I would like to send our sincere thanks to the team for providing us with another wonderful piece of themed artwork in our garden, which will be enjoyed by all our visitors for years to come - especially in 2012!"

Let’s get wrecked

A group of divers exploring a shipwreck in the Baltic Sea have found bottles containing what is thought to be the oldest drinkable champagne in the world, made in the late 18th century. Experts said the shape of the bottle showed it was from the late 18th century, and the bottle and its contents have been sent to champagne specialists in France to be analysed.

Richard Juhlin, a Swedish champagne specialist, said he believed the champagne was Veuve Cliquot and could cost around $68,000 a bottle.

An Indian man has narrowly avoided death after swallowing a poisonous snake in a wager for just over £1. Zaver Rathod had killed the reptile moments earlier after it bit one of his friends. He then ate the raw snake for a 100 rupee (£1.39) bet after being encouraged by work colleagues, reports The Times of

India. Rathod was soon rushed to hospital suffering with severe nausea and vomiting.

“Double or nothing?”

My dad’s number one

Dave said: “It's a great way to meet all the people in my neighbourhood without all the typical grown-up formalities."

Feargal Shark-ey?

Mexico coast. Now a video has been shown at film festivals around the world and gained a cult following.

“UFOs” ground flights Two recent UFO sightings have caused a stir in eastern China, with "twinkling lights" causing an airport to shut down temporarily. The lights were observed above the terminal at Hangzhou's Xiaoshan Airport on the evening of July 7, causing 18 flights to be


Southwater. Additionally, the summer holidays will provide a variety of opportunities including visiting Thorpe Park (26th July) and Skaterham (5th August). The roadshows, which are free of charge, will be jam packed with fun activities for 13-19 year olds. If you are sporty and energetic, there will be a street sports cage

where you can challenge the youth workers and maybe even the local PCSOs to a football match. Sumo wrestling is hilarious and entertaining for everyone to watch, and at our roadshows you and your friends can have a go yourself. There will be DJ workshops running for everyone who wants to try something fun

and new, in addition to live music, a barbecue and refreshments to make the perfect summer’s day. The likes of Last Letter Read, BOTB runners up Blue Stragglers, and ROCK:HYC favourites Flight School Academy will be playing live locally and free of charge. If relaxing acoustic guitar is more your genre, pop down to Crawley Bandstand or Hor-

To find out more information please contact Sam Albrow on 01403 888005, or email sam.albrow@horshamyouth.o Alternatively, you can drop into the centre on Hurst Road, and visit

There’s something ‘fishy’ going on in Friday Street From July 23, Friday’s in Warnham will mean enjoying a fabulous Fish & Chip supper, courtesy of The Greets Inn, on Friday Street.

The village will have a new fish & chip takeaway service, with everything freshly cooked to order by the inn’s talented chefs. Simply phone ahead and it will be ready for when you arrive... or you can always stay and enjoy your fish & chip supper here at the inn. To celebrate this new service for the village, please come and join us on Friday July 23, when there will be lots to savour, including a special Surf & Turf with lobster. There will also be mini fish and chip tasters for locals in the bar.

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sham Park to see the talented Taygan Paxton, Sam Bolton and many more brilliant acts perform for you free of charge. If music festivals, skateboarding or rollercoasters are your thing, make sure you don’t miss any of the trips on offer. All trips are at discounted prices and include transport to and from the event. Skaterham is a huge indoor skatepark with facilities for BMX bikes, skateboards, scooters and in-line skates. Be sure to check it out for only £10, including travel for all your bikes, skateboards, skates etc. Everybody’s heard about Thorpe Park – Stealth, Nemesis Inferno and the new Saw ride and maze. Thanks to Horsham Youth Service, you can bring all your friends to a full, fun filled day at the park for only £20, including travel. Other trips, courses and events can be found on the website.

The Greets Inn – the new home of Great Fish & Chips in Warnham


A daring singer has performed his latest number under the sea - to a man-eating shark. Environmentalist Andy Brandy Casagrande penned the song to raise awareness of great white shark conservation. He decided the best way to promote it would be to sing it directly to one of the sharks, without using a cage, off the

The genetic make-up of a teenager makes it essential to fritter away a great deal of the summer holiday. By all means, wake up at midday, watch films you’ve already seen a hundred times, just eat toast, and hang out at the skatepark without even having a board or a bike. But just occasionally, it won’t hurt to actually do something. Horsham Youth Service and High Gain Promotions have planned a number of events for teenagers in Horsham. They will also be hosting live music events and roadshows in the surrounding villages including Billingshurst, Pulborough, Warnham and

High Gain Promotions provide roadshows and days out


A family in Colorado will never again have to worry about toilet breaks on the road after designing a twin-bowl toilet car. It took four years and three prototypes for Dave Hersch to perfect his design, inspired by a small 'Hot Wheels' toy car. It features a 6.5hp motor capable of driving two adults at 30mph and holds six toilet rolls and a magazine rack.

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Art Class Starts Soon Great news for West Sussex Residents interested in developing their Inner Artist!

There is a 14 week part-time Art Class (once a week for 3 hours on a Tuesday) in Horsham Town Centre next month. The course has been implemented by popular demand and is being orchestrated by Stringers Art of Petworth.


The course is designed to be fun for absolute beginners who have never picked up a brush before through to Improvers says Art Director Leslie Martin


We adapt to each student’s needs and give them all the guidance and help they need to develop their artistic skills. The curriculum is fun, comprehensive and interesting. Over 14 weeks we will explore 4 different media; pencil drawing & sketching with shading

and highlighting techniques, pastels drawing and techniques, painting and blending with watercolours and acrylics. Step by step tuition in the basic techniques and secrets needed to create beautiful pieces of art.


By the end of the course, students have created a minimum of 8 pieces of their very own original art they can enjoy forever, from Misty Mountain tops to stunning Seaside Vistas. We will also be aiming to incorporate an optional field trip to the medieval town of Petworth where students can visit Stringers Gallery and paint in one of the beautiful hidden gardens within the village.


The final day of the art class will be the preparation for an exhibition held in Horsham Town Centre later that day, featuring the work created over the 3½ month part-time course.

YOUNG AT HEART This course is a brilliant way to learn new skills you will be able to enjoy forever. It is also a great way of meeting new friends and to have a fun expe-

rience you will always remember and cherish! It is open to all adults of all ages. LIMITED PLACES. To maintain a high standard to our classes and the tuition you

will recieve, classes are kept to small numbers – so places available are limited! We recommend that if you are interested, you book now.

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Couple scoop scheme vouchers The latest winners of the Quarter Card Loyalty Scheme are Jean and Julian Boakes of Horsham. They picked up £200 of vouchers to use at a number of shops and restaurants involved in the scheme on Thursday afternoon. Julian said: “We have been to nearly all of the restaurants in town and of course many of

them are in East Street. “I know it’s a bit noisy here at the moment because of the roadworks but it’s coming on and I think it’ll look really good along here when it’s all completed.” After collecting their vouchers and posing for a picture, Jean and Julian settled down for a meal at Tortellini.

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Five bedroom farmhouse offered

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Exclusive collection Selling agent Connells is pleased to announce the launch of Wealden Grove, an exclusive collection of houses in Horsham, will take place on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th July. “The launch event will give people the opportunity to view the show home and see for the intricate detailing that has gone into the design of these fantastic houses,” says Connells new homes sales and marketing manager, Sarah Turpin. “The development is already proving popular and two houses have been reserved off-plan.” Wealden Grove, by Banner Homes, is a small development of just six fourbedroom houses combining modern and traditional styles seamlessly. Situated in a quiet location at the end of a cul-de-sac and within walking distance of Horsham town centre, these homes would be ideal for upsizers and families. Each home is attractive and spacious with versatile living accommodation. Professionally designed kitchens come with a range of built-in appliances and a range of units with


granite work surfaces over. Some properties also benefit from a utility room. Family bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms have stylish white suites

with complementary chrome plated dual control mixer taps to the wash basins and baths. Other features include ceramic floor tiling to kitchen, breakfast area,

utility room and all wet rooms, a landscaped front garden and wiring to include a ‘loop’ system that will allow the picture output from a video, DVD player or satellite decoder to be viewed in all rooms fitted with a TV socket. Properties also benefit from a number of environmental and energy-sav-

ing features including, dual flush mechanisms to toilets, energy efficient and thermostatically controlled gas central heating and A-rated boiler, recycling bin in kitchen cupboard and the provision of bat boxes. “We are very pleased to be marketing such a wonderful collection of houses, which are due to be com-

pleted in October,” says Connells Horsham branch manager Simon Bromley-Fox. For further information about Wealden Grove, where prices start from £595,000 or to find out more about the launch event, contact Connells on 01403 256331 or visit the office at 31 Carfax.

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16th Century home in Wiston village A wildflower meadow is the perfect neighbour for Bennetts, a five bedroom farmhouse dating back to the 16th century in the village of Wiston, just outside Steyning. The current owners have rented the adjacent meadow from the Wiston Estate, as did their predecessors. It is understood the arrangement could continue with new owners of Bennetts which is now on the market with Henry Adams (Storrington) for £925,000. Extending to around half an acre, the meadow is accessed directly from Bennetts’ garden and is a haven for wildlife and wildflowers. The blooms change with the seasons, from yellow and white in May to purple in July and dark pink in August, all attracting bees in abundance. The large farmhouse kitchen of Bennetts looks out to the traditional English country garden which has been planned also with wildlife in mind, such as the six buddleias to attract butterflies. With the same attention to detail the house has been lovingly restored, from complete redecoration in keeping with the Grade II listed property to installing the practicalities of central heating (with period radiators in the reception and dining halls) and a new water cylinder. The dining hall has an original inglenook fireplace dating to at least 1673, while through the living room is a later extension which currently serves as a garden room, but could equally be a morning

room or family room. The large triple aspect windows provide plenty of light and an idyllic view of the neighbouring meadow. But none of the character has been lost, rather it has been revealed. The second bedroom has wick marks on the wall beams where night candles would have burned and the twin aspect windows cast a gentle light. The master suite also has twin aspects over the countryside, a dressing room and an ensuite bath and shower


room. Stairs lead from the landing to the second floor with a perfect arrangement for growing children who want their own space of a study/playroom which leads into the bedroom. Outside, the double garage is formed from a granary barn which apparently used to be over the road, until a previous owner had it taken down and reconstructed, brick by brick, including the granary store itself. Bennetts is set within Wistons Estate, extending to some 6,300 acres, which appears in the Domesday Book and has been owned by the Goring family for around 300 years. As a result, few of the houses locally are privately owned and there is unlikely to be future development in the area.

NAEA reports rising demand

More people appear to be interested in buying a home in the UK, as the National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) has observed an increase in demand. Figures from the organisation revealed the average branch saw registrations by 279 house hunters in June, compared to 265 the previous month. And the proportion of potential first-time buyers among them remained steady at 21 per cent. The NAEA suggested the rise in stamp duty threshold to £250,000 may be contributing, although president Michael Jones called for more finance to be made available to those hoping to purchase a property. "If the banks ease up on mortgage lending restrictions then with a bit of luck, the summer months will see the sales figure rise in line with demand," he said. The figures follow research from Defaqto showing the availability of discount mortgages has dropped by 72% in the last three years.

“The effect will mean less disposable income through rises in taxation”

Paul Watts, Mortgage Solutions Limited Paul Watts from Mortgage Solutions Limited comments on The Bank of England’s decision to continue their policy of holding the bank base rate at 0.5% for the 17th consecutive month. “Now that the new coalition government have put forward their emergency budget and plans to tackle the public deficit, the effect of these proposals will mean less disposable income through rises in direct and indirect taxation for most people. The Monetary Policy Committee may have felt that raising interest rates at this time would potentially stop what is currently very modest growth in the economy.

The last month or so has continued to see lenders trimming their mortgage rates to prospective borrowers with Moneyfacts reporting the average 2 year fixed rate now standing at 4.51%. Recent lending patterns have suggested that borrowers are increasingly opting for fixed rates over variable deals with more people choosing fixed rates in June 2010. As always the question everyone will want an answer to is - when will interest rates rise? Once again the answer is no-one really knows, from our understanding the opinion currently is that following the announcements concerning public finances and the likely impact that

this is going to have on public sector jobs, incomes interest rates are likely to stay lower for longer, but that does not necessarily mean that rates will not start to creep up slowly!” Paul Watts is a Director of Mortgage Solutions Limited.

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Planning  Applications

Planning applications submitted to Horsham District Council under the Town and Country Planning Acts and related legislation requiring statutory publicity. Applications registered between 09/07/2010 and 15/07/2010 DC/10/1288 Proposed stationing of 10 traveller/gypsy pitches plus associated play area. Formation of new access and hardstanding. Penn Retreat Rectory Lane Ashington West Sussex

DC/10/1395 First floor side extension over existing garage, enlargement of kitchen into garage and replacement of timber weatherboard cladding with tile hanging to front elevation 3 Cricketers Close Ashington Pulborough RH20 3JQ

DC/10/1419 First Floor rear extension East View London Road Ashington Pulborough RH20 3JS

DC/10/1404 Single storey side,rear,porch extensions and garage into habitable space and internal alterations The Berries Lordings Road Adversane Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9JF DC/10/1329 Erection of a storage barn and shed (Agricultural Prior Notification) Land North West of Emmetts Farm West Chiltington Lane Coneyhurst

DC/10/1420 Single storey rear extension, first floor bedroom extension and room in the roof 2 Tedfold Cottages Rowner Road Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9HU

DC/10/1410 Adaptation of redundant side chapel as an extension to the library (Listed Building Consent) St Hughs Monastery Henfield Road Partridge Green Horsham RH13 8EB

DC/10/1342 Proposed first floor extension and ground floor rear garden room extension Broadfield Church Lane Coldwaltham Pulborough RH20 1LW DC/10/1371 Demolition of recent single storey extension and replacement with 2-storey extension to south in timber frame and minor internal works (Full Planning) Camellia Cottage West End Lane Henfield West Sussex BN5 9RD

DC/10/1372 Demolition of recent single storey extension and replacement with 2-storey extension to south in timber frame and minor internal works (Listed Building Consent) Camellia Cottage West

End Lane Henfield West Sussex BN5 9RD

DC/10/1397 Erection of a detached dwelling (4-bed) on land to the rear of Rossbank Rossbank Worthing Road Horsham West Sussex RH13 9AT

DC/10/1427 Fell 1 Holm Oak and 1 Maple (Work to Trees in Conservation Area) The Reeve House Church Street Henfield BN5 9NT

DC/10/1402 Surgery to 2 x Oak trees (T1 and T2) 24 Dover Close Southwater Horsham RH13 9XX

DC/10/1399 2-storey side extension 6 Badger Copse Henfield West Sussex BN5 9HE

DC/10/1407 Proposed 2 bay detached garage Townings Two Mile Ash Horsham RH13 0PG

DC/10/1408 2 storey and single storey side extensions and demolition of garden store 12 Mill Drive Henfield West Sussex BN5 9RY

DC/10/1234 Installation of all weather shelter in Jubilee Leisure Garden at rear of Springboard House adjoining garden entrance Springboard House 52 Hurst Road Horsham RH12 2EP

DC/10/1434 Variation of condition 2 of planning permission HU/257/84 to allow for the paramagnet use of the floodlights on the six floodlight pylons at the football ground until 10pm on weekdays Horsham Y M C A Football Club Gorings Mead Horsham West Sussex RH13 5BP

DC/10/0746 Construct new chimney between dining room and entertainment room of new previously approved (DC/08/1205) replacement 5-bed dwelling Little Thrift Farthings Hill Horsham West Sussex RH12 1TS

DC/10/1325 Rear dormer extension with pitched tiled roof 61 Hill Mead Horsham RH12 2PT

DC/10/1401 Surgery to 63 trees in Richmond Road and 14 trees in Gordon Road (Work to Trees in a Conservation Area) Works To Trees

DC/10/1360 Proposed new shopfront 4 Worthing Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 1SL

DC/10/1347 Surgery to 1x American Red Oak tree 14 Athelstan Way Horsham RH13 6HA

DC/10/1415 Replacement of existing pvc window by a pvc stable door providing access to a concrete ramp to be built over a lawn area to car park level 3 Hills Place Horsham RH12 1XT DC/10/1423 Surgery to 4 oak trees 14 Brambling Road Horsham West Sussex RH13 6AY DC/10/1409 Surgery to 2 x Oak trees (T1 and

YMCA has made an application regarding floodlights T2) 17 Collingwood Road Horsham RH12 2QN

DC/10/1414 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/07/1171 demolition of existing student services centre and construction of a new student services centre on the same site Collyers School 82 Hurst Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 2EJ DC/10/1364 Single storey rear extension 27 Hill Mead Horsham RH12 2PT

DC/10/1405 Surgery to 1 Conifer tree The Gables Horsham West Sussex

DC/10/1339 Extension of unit on ground floor at front into covered undercroft facing Carfax plus extension at side within existing footprint. Change of use on 1st floor from B1 (Business) to A1/B8 (Shops/Storage/Distribution). Change of use on 2nd floor to B1/B8 (Business/Storage/Distribution) use. Sussex Stationers Plc 42 - 43 Swan Walk Horsham RH12 1HQ DC/10/1377 Installation of 4kw solar photovoltaic array on part of existing unused tennis court to supply electricity to the property Woodbank Hammerpond Road Plummers Plain Horsham West Sussex RH13 6PE

DC/10/1356 Proposed detached garage and garden store The Goose House Brighton Road Lower Beeding Horsham RH13 6NQ

DC/10/1394 2-storey extension and single storey attached garage 2 Lanyon Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 5JP

DC/10/1406 Proposed 2-storey rear and single storey side extension 58 Forest Road Horsham RH12 4HL

DC/10/1326 Proposed single storey rear extensionHolmwood Church Place Pulborough RH20 1AF

DC/10/1382 Extension above garage and single storey extension including two roof lights 29 Glebelands Pulborough RH20 2BZ

DC/10/1421 Conversion of existing building to form new 5-bed dwelling and erection of 10 further dwellings (comprising 1 x 1-bed, 6 x 2-bed and 3 x 3-bed) total 11, following demolition of existing buildings, including formation of access to highway (Full Planning) Arundale School 129 Lower Street Pulborough RH20 2BX DC/10/1433 Retention of Garage 2 Old Park Cottages Bonnetts Lane Ifield Crawley RH11 0NY

DC/10/1430 Revisions to planning approval RW/93/98 and RW/94/98 (Conversion of barn and outbuilding into ancillary residential use) in respect of outbuildings as ancillary residential use The Old Farmhouse Hermongers Rudgwick Horsham West Sussex RH12 3AL

DC/10/1355 Construction of extensions to rear to create enlarged kitchen and dinning room and remodelling of the roof to extend the existing first floor accommodation and external works to form new flat roof porch and amend driveway to the front Lindens Hangerwood Shermanbury Horsham RH13 8HJ

DC/10/1381 2-storey pitched roof side extension, single-storey flat roofed rear extension with balcony over brick piers/railings to front boundary Mill House Countryman Lane Shipley Horsham West Sussex RH13 8PZ

DC/10/1365 Single storey rear extension, loft conversion with roof extending over new and existing ground floor extensions 79 Coombe Road Steyning West Sussex BN44 3LF

DC/10/1428 Flat on first floor with domestic storage on ground floor of former dairy building (Certificate of Lawful Development - Existing) Heron Farm Horsebridge Common Ashurst Steyning BN44 3AL

DC/10/1388 Use of land as a residential garden in excess of 10 years (Lawful Development Certificate - Existing) Drummers Yard Sproutes Lane Coolham Horsham West Sussex RH13 8QH

DC/10/1361 Proposed balcony railings to existing flat roof Little Garns Coolham Road West Chiltington Pulborough RH20 2LT

DC/10/1340 Proposed house (variation of previously approved DC/08/1374 - Erection of 1 x 5bed detached dwelling and garage) at Willmers Farm Willmers Farm Coolham Road Thakeham Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3EW

DC/10/1379 Proposed 2-bed detached bungalow 4 Henfield Road Upper Beeding Steyning BN44 3TF DC/10/1418 Part demolition and subsequent enlargement of existing bungalow (single storey extension) to provide additional bedroom, new kitchen and dining area Nutshell Fir Tree Lane West Chiltington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2RA

DC/10/1417 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/07/1260 Replacement single storey rear extension and pitched roofs to existing flat roofed dormers Comfrey Coolham Road Coneyhurst Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DH DC/10/1389

Surgery to 1 x Oak tree (T1) The Crimbles Hillstream Close Harborough Hill West Chiltington Pulborough RH20 2GF

DC/10/1416 Renewal of unimplemented planning permission DC/07/1261 Demolition of existing rear extension and replace with a longer single-storey rear extension and pitched roofs to existing dormers (Listed Building Consent) Comfrey Coolham Road Coneyhurst Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9DH

DC/10/1432 Removal of agricultural occupancy condition AH/3/52 1 Stable Bungalow Lock Partridge Green Horsham West Sussex RH13 8EG

DC/10/1385 Extension of existing tennis courts Broadbridge Heath Tennis Club Broadbridge Heath Road Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3PA DC/10/1448 Retention of agricultural workers mobile home Mobile Home Long Wells Vineyard Marches Road Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3SL DC/10/1449 Retention of agricultural storage building/tractor shed Long Wells Vineyard Marches Road Warnham West Sussex

DC/10/1413 Single-storey extension to cricket pavilion for the storage of equipment Warnham Cricket Club Church Street Warnham RH12 3QW

Further details of the applications, including plans, may be inspected at the Council Offices, Park North, North Street, Horsham, during the period of 21 days from 06/11/2009, or can be viewed at

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

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Horsham Guide Price £220,000

Light and airy three bedroom terrace house situated within a popular cul-de-sac location in Horsham. The property roughly consists of: Entrance porch, lounge/diner and kitchen from the landing three bedrooms and bathroom.

80% share of this two double bedroom purpose built maisonette with a lounge/diner, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside are communal gardens and two allocated parking spaces.



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Horsham £210,000

Two bedroom end of terrace house situated within a popular cul-de-sac location within Horsham. The property roughly consists of: Entrance hall, kitchen, lounge/diner, two bedrooms and bathroom.

Coolham £120,000

Horsham £207,500


Older style three bedroom semi-detached house situated in a popular residential road and being within good proximity to local schools. The property roughly consists of: Entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, 3 bedrooms and loft hatch.

Horsham £185,000


Two bedroom terrace house situated in a culde-sac location within the popular west side of Horsham. The property roughly consists of: Entrance porch, lounge and kitchen/diner, two bedrooms and bathroom. Also benefits from parking space and rear garden.

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Horsham £205,000


Three bedroom midterrace house located within walking distance from Horsham town centre. The property benefits from having 3 bedrooms, lounge/diner, kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, bathroom, front and rear garden.

Horsham OIEO £160,000

Two bedroom first floor apartment, built by Lentminster Developments and is located approximately one and a half miles from Horsham town centre and main line railway, with links to London and Brighton.

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Five bedroom family home Woodlands are delighted to offer for sale this five bedroom detached executive style family property in Tennyson Close, Horsham, for sale at £549,950. The home is situated in a small culde-sac on the highly popular Dutchells Copse development n North Horsham,

close to Littlehaven Station. The property benefits from an integral double garage, five bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms, superb kitchen and four reception rooms.

An internal viewing is highly recommended and can be arranged through Woodlands on 01403 270270

Massive demand

Guy Leonard & Co are experiencing a massive demand for rental property in the Horsham, Storrington, Pulborough and surrounding areas with not enough property being available to meet the increasing demand. This is bad news for awaiting tenants as properties are let almost as soon as they come on to

All types of property are required although two bedroom apartments/houses and larger family properties are particularly in short supply. That said it is still vital to choose the correct agent to find you the tenant and manage your property. At the moment you may receive three or four offers from different tenants on the same day

the market but excellent news for landlords as the lack of property pushes up the rental price achievable. A two bedroom modern apartment in Horsham that may have let six months ago for £750pcm could now achieve up to £900pcm says Guy Leonard & Co. If you are considering letting your property or have just had your tenant vacate there is no better time to put it on the market.

and it is important to ensure your agent acts in your best interests and finds you the best tenant to suit your requirements. Guy Leonard & Co have been letting property now for over 15 years and employ highly experienced staff and pride themselves on their efficient and friendly service. For more information please contact either 01403 246750 or 01903 744166


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Launching this weekend - an exclusive collection of just six, stunning four bedroom detached homes Come along and join us for a glass of champagne and see the brand new show home. Set in a quiet residential area, with all the delights of Horsham just around the corner, Wealden Grove is the perfect place to raise a family. The homes are built with Banner Homes’ excellent attention to detail and high specification.

• Contemporary kitchens with granite work surfaces and fully integrated appliances • En-suite bathroom and/or shower room to master bedroom and bedroom 2 • Fitted wardrobes to most bedrooms • Hi-fi wiring to sitting room, dining room, kitchen, study, family room and master bedroom • Garages or carports to selected plots and parking to all plots

WEALDEN GROVE Milnwood Road, Horsham RH12 2BU

Prices from £595,000 to £650,000 Show home open Thursday to Monday 10.00am to 5.00pm after launch. For further information please call:

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Exclusive new development opening this weekend Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th July. Computer generated images are of Wealden Grove. Internal images show a previous Banner show home. Prices correct at time of going to press.

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Horsham £375,000

Horsham £259,950

• Entrance hall • Lounge • Dining room • Kitchen • Study • Cloakroom • Four bedrooms • Family bathroom • Off road parking for two vehicles • Vendor suited

• Cloakroom • Kitchen • Lounge/Dining room • Two bedrooms • Study/Nursery • Bathroom • Two parking spaces • Front and rear gardens

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham £229,950

Horsham £425,000

• Entrance hall • Sitting room • Dining room • Kitchen • Utility room • Two double bedrooms • Bathroom • Garden

• Entrance porch • Entrance hall • Cloakroom • Sitting room • Dining room • Kitchen/Breakfast room • Three/Four bedrooms • Family bathroom • Driveway • Garage • Front and delightful rear garden

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

A four bedroom semi-detached home, located in the very popular west side of Horsham with off road parking.

A modern two bedroom detached house situated at the end of a no through road on the favoured north side of Horsham.

Rusper £725,000

An enchanting Grade II Listed period cottage, offering a wealth of character and delightful gardens, set in a popular village location. • Entrance hall • Drawing room • Dining room • Snug • Study • Kitchen • Utility room • Cloakroom • Principal bedroom with dressing room and en-suite • Three further bedrooms • Bathroom • Detached garage and off road parking • Delightful good size gardens with the plot size approaching approximately a quarter of an acre

Horsham 01403 248222

An attractive and well presented character semi-detached property, situated on the favoured west side of town, offering no onward chain.

An extremely well presented three/four bedroom detached family house with driveway, garage and a delightful rear garden.

Horsham £500,000 An executive modern four bedroom detached family home with two additional loft rooms, situated in the popular north Horsham area. The property benefits from having a dining room, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room which leads into a conservatory. On the first floor the property has a master bedroom with ensuite shower room and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The current owners have extended the property into the loft, giving an additional two rooms, which they are currently using as an extra lounge and a study. Further benefits of the property include full double glazed UPVC windows, gas fired radiator heating, a double garage and a privately enclosed rear garden.

Horsham 01403 248222

Pulborough 01798 874033 Storrington 01903 742354 Horsham 01403 248222 London Mayfair 0870 112 7099

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The Open House Specialists 2~4 East Street Horsham West Sussex RH12 1HL

01403 272022

horsham £629,950

horsham £499,950

Three Reception Rooms • Kitchen / Breakfast Room • Utility Room • Conservatory • Five bedrooms • 2 En Suites • Detached Double Garage • Driveway Parking • Access to Littlehaven and Horsham Station

Four Double Bedrooms • En Suite Shower Room • Living Room with Open Fireplace • Superb 21ft Conservatory • UPVc Double Glazing • Dining Room and Study • Refitted Modern Kitchen • Downstairs Cloakroom • Secluded Rear Garden

horsham £204,950

horsham £289,950

horsham £275,000

cowfold £192,500

Two Double Bedrooms • 19’9” x 11’11” Reception Room • Modern Kitchen • Garage and OSP • Corner Plot • Popular Location

Three Double Bedrooms • 18’1 x 14’11 Conservatory • Garage on Site • Period Features • 13’9 Kitchen • Two Reception Areas • Updated Wet Room • 13’9 x 8’2 Bathroom

Detached House • 3 Bedrooms • 24’ Reception Rooms • South Facing Garden • Off Street Parking & Garage

Two Bedrooms • Double Glazing • Fitted Kitchen/Diner • Feature Fireplaces • Downstairs Cloakroom • No Onward Chain

warnham £249,950

southwater £475,000

horsham £325,000

warnham £275,000

Original Features • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Reception Rooms • Village Location • Large Rear Garden • Garage & O S P

Master Bedroom with En-suite • Further 3 Bedrooms • 27’ Kitchen/ Family Room • 19’ Living Room • Garden Room • Detached Double Garage • Off-street Parking for 6+ vehicles • Large Garden

Detached Family Home • Four/Five Bedrooms • 24ft Living Room • Refitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Enclosed Rear Garden • Off Street Parking • Double Glazing • Viewing Recommended

Sought after Village Location • Two double bedrooms • Open fire place • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • 2 Reception Rooms • Off road parking • Easy access into Horsham Town Centre • Sold with No Onward Chain

horsham £184,950

horsham £309,950

slinfold £484,950

mannings heath £162,950

2 Bedrooms • Modern Bathroom • Fitted Kitchen • Open Plan Reception Room • Allocated Parking • Remainder of NHBC

Victorian Cottage • 3/4 Good Size Bedrooms • 19’ Kitchen/Breakfast room • 2 Reception Rooms • Large Rear Garden • Off Street Parking

Executive Detached Family Home • 20ft Living Room • 15ft Kitchen/ Breakfast Room • Dining Room & Study • 4 Double Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms & Dressing Room • Quiet Cul De Sac • Vendors Suited

Two Bedrooms • Reception Room • Kitchen • Bathroom • Patio Garden • Garage • Freehold • Popular Village Location




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Situated on a corner plot this detached house has been substantially enlarged on the ground floor giving spacious living accommodation. HorsHam 01403 263000



A well maintained first and second floor two bedroomed maisonette with double glazed windows, and benefits from an allocated parking space. HorsHam 01403 263000



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




A very spacious 2 bedroom mid terrace house in a cul de sac with approximately 56 ft rear garden and garage en bloc. HorsHam 01403 263000

oIEo £450,000 a detached family house in sought after location, comprising hall, cloakroom, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room, master bedroom with en suite shower room, 3 further bedrooms, family bathroom, double garage, gardens.

HorsHam 01403 263000




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


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



a detached chalet-style house which has been modernised/extended to provide spacious family accommodation. Entrance hall, cloakroom, study, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility area, 5 bedrooms, en-suite shower, bathroom, double garage, good sized rear garden.

BillingsHurst 01403 785288




A modern one bedroom ground floor apartment for the over 55’s situated on an assisted development. Inner hall, lounge, kitchen, shower room, communal gardens. BillingsHurst 01403 785288


An attractive semi detached 2-storey house. Entrance porch, lounge/dining room, kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, garage, gas central heating, gardens. BillingsHurst 01403 785288


oIRo £775,000 An impressive detached character property with many character features and scope for further enlargement set in grounds amounting to approximately 1 acre with far reaching views towards the South Downs. 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms including a separate annexe, detached double garage.

storrington 01903 746000




a 3-bedroom terraced house situated in a delightful courtyard-style setting. Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, 2 bathrooms, double garage, rear garden. BillingsHurst 01403 785288



Detached bungalow with annexe potential. Lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, gardens. storrington 01903 746000


A detached modern family house in picturesque village on Surrey/Sussex border. 3 bedrooms, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, shower room, conservatory. BillingsHurst 01403 785288


FIXED PRICE £525,000

oPEN HoUSE SaT 24TH JULY from 12pm to 2pm. 5 bedrooms, 2 en-suites, 3 reception rooms, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, double garage, gardens. storrington 01903 746000

BILLINGSHURST 01403 785288



Extended semi-detached house in cul-de-sac location. 3 bedrooms, farmhouse style kitchen/breakfast room, 2 reception rooms, cloaks, utility, gardens, parking. storrington 01903 746000

HoRSHam 01403 263000

SToRRINGToN 01903 746000



oPEN HoUSE SaT 24TH JULY from 10am to 11.30am. Extended semi. 3 beds (1 en-suite), sitting room, conservatory, cloakroom, garage, south facing garden. storrington 01903 746000

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t : 01403 275543 w : e : e : Broadbridge Heath £97,500 (Leasehold)

Horsham £134,950 (Leasehold)

Southwater £215,000 (Freehold)

Horsham £219,950 (Leasehold)

A well presented ground floor studio apartment situated within the popular Village of Broadbridge Heath. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, bathroom, 13’2 living room open plan to 6’10 bedroom area and an 8’4 refitted kitchen. The property also benefits from double glazing and allocated parking. An internal viewing is highly recommended. NO CHAIN.

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

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

A well presented modern ground floor two bedroom apartment located within proximity of Horsham Park, Town Centre & Station. Accommodation comprises; entrance hall, 16’4” kitchen/breakfast room, 16’3” living room, two bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room) and bathroom. Also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing, communal gardens and garage en-bloc. NO CHAIN

North Horsham £219,950 (Freehold)

Horsham £249,950 (Freehold)

Southwater £274,995 (Freehold)

Town Centre £279,950 (Freehold)

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

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

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

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

MR & MRS S Referenced Seeking 3 Bedroom house up to £1000PCM

Horsham £675pcm

• Two bedroom apartment • Kitchen with appliances • Spacious lounge

ATTENTION LANDLORDS Reduced management fees for all instruction received in July 2010

Horsham £795pcm

• Allocated parking • Available Mid June • Unfurnished

• Two double bedroom maisonette • Close to town and BR Station • Spacious lounge

COMPANY SEEKING 1 Bedroom Flat in Horsham £625PCM

Southwater £950pcm

• Fitted kitchen • Available Now • UNFURNISHED

• Three bedroom house • Detached garage • Spacious lounge

Burford House | 26 Worthing Road | Horsham | RH12 1SL

Storrington £950pcm

• Master with en suite • Available July • Unfurnished

• Three bedroom semi detached house • Allocated parking • Master bedroom with en suite

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• Fully fitted kitchen • Available July • Unfurnished


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Cycling veteran offers tips on European trip Matt Searle, a director of Horsham estate agents Brock Taylor, has met ‘the nation’s favourite PedalPowered Pensioner’ ahead of a European charity bike ride. Eighty-one year old Edward Enfield is a veteran of European cycling trips, having pedalled his way across many countries including France, Ireland and Greece. He met Matt to pass on some advice and tips on cycling long distances through foreign countries. Edward, who is also the father of comedian Harry Enfield, has written several books following his experiences and his most recent ‘Dawdling by the Danube’ details his journeys in Bavaria and Poland. Matt is about to depart the UK for Spain where he will start a sponsored bike ride back to England to raise money for the Brock Taylor Community Fund.

The fund, which Matt set up, supports local charities and organisations in the Horsham District. The pair spent over an hour discussing Matt’s trip with Edward advising him on the best way to make the trip

and the factors he needs to consider regarding long distance cycling. Edward and Matt met outside The Cricketers Arms pub in Wisborough Green – a popular spot for cyclists who are out for a ride in West Sussex.

Matt Searle said: “It was an honour to meet Edward and draw on his vast experience. “His stamina is amazing and I will certainly be packing a couple of his books for my journey to give me further inspiration.”

Go West-land

Monkhouse & Bannister’s are pleased to offer Westland Cottage in Fittleworth Road, Wisborough Green, for sale with a guide price of £895,000. Situated in a beautiful and quiet, rural location, the four bedroom home comes with a range of outbuildings and 1¾ acres. The property comprises: Large L-shaped open plan sitting and dining rooms, study, cloakroom, well fitted kitchen/breakfast room.

26 - 27 West Street Horsham West Sussex

On the first floor is a master bedroom with bathroom en suite, 3 further bedrooms and family shower room. Outside are a range of outbuildings currently used as a forge, paddock and woodland with frontage to a small brook, and attractive gardens including a substantial vegetable garden. For more details about the property call 01798 872081 or visit the website at

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horsham £1200pcm let similar required

horsham £695pcm let similar required

coolham £1500pcm let similar required

billingshurst £885pcm

Three bed unfurnished house within walking distance of town centre

Two bed unfurnished flat

Two bed unfurnished or furnished barn conversion in stunning location

Two bed unfurnished cottage just refurbished throughout. Available now.

billingshurst £645pcm under offer

horsham £595pcm let similar required

horsham £1000pcm let similar required

billingshurst £595pcm

Two bed unfurnished cottage available for 6 month let only

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New firm a breath of fresh air

An advertising promotion for The Resident Ian Munslow, Tracey Bailey and Elaine Gray are launching a brand new property services company offering a breath of fresh air to the Horsham property market. Ian Munslow has lived in Horsham for 12 years and moved to the area with his wife and children. He said: “We chose Horsham based on its excellent schools and general

family feel” Ian brings with him a wealth of knowledge in the property market after spending the last 25 years in the industry, he started his career as an estate agent and progressed through the ranks to become the sales and marketing director for a multi million pound development company, he and his partners aim to deliver a pro-

fessional, personal and honest service to the Horsham residents wishing to sell their most precious asset – their home. At Munslow Bailey Gray you can be assured of a one stop service with all the trimmings, not only will Ian visit your property and give you a valuation based on the current market, he will also guide you

through the perils and pitfalls of selling a property in today’s climate, along with this he will introduce you to the company’s House Doctor specialist, Tracey Bailey. Tracey will give you a free consultation and advise you the best way to get your property in the right shape for the open market providing a range of suggestions to help you sell your home. Tracey, also a local resident, comes from an interior design background and her experience with new build properties within London and the South East will provide a valuable additional service to Munslow Bailey Gray, which sets it apart from other estate agents. “It is my aim to offer clients the best advice on how to adjust the look of your home to assure you get the best price” explains Tracey “I feel that in many cases properties are presented to the market before they are ready “. When your property is ready to be launched to the market you will experience the continued excellent service MBG can offer you, including Rightmove the country’s leading property website, property brochure,

accompanied viewings, viewing feedback and advice on offers. Once you have achieved the best price for your property the service doesn’t stop there, the team will progress your sale through to completion, with rigid chain management and weekly updates making sure there is no breakdown in communication which so often can result in delays and at worst a fall through. Munslow Bailey Gray offer a wide range of property services and along with a Sales department they have a Lettings department run by Elaine Gray. Elaine is another talented addition to the team and has experienced many changing property markets both in sales and lettings. With 20 years in the industry Elaine is looking forward to providing a second to none fully managed lettings service . “We at MBG are all local residents and have been through the buying, renting and selling process many times, and at times the service received has not met our expectations,” she continues. “I believe we can offer a open and honest service based

on our experiences both in the business and on the other side of the fence, that the residents of Horsham will find refreshing whilst challenging the stereotyped ‘Estate Agent’ image.” In addition MBG offer an extended range of services through their associates including financial advice, proand fessional surveys valuations (RICS), property maintenance including general decorations and floor coverings, planning advice and management, land & new homes and even a full building service if required! To launch their business Ian, Tracey and Elaine are offering a reduction on their fees, sales is down to 0.5% with no vat for a limited period and lettings is 0% for the first 3 months (subject to terms). So whether you are looking to sell let, develop a plot or extend your existing property call Munslow Bailey Gray for an honest professional and personable service. 01403 267530 or

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

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

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Bloodhound shows bite You wouldn’t want to get a puncture whilst flat out in this, would you? The public has had its first-ever glimpse of the Bloodhound, the British supercar which aims to smash the land speed record by reaching 1,000mph.

conducted by Swansea University, MathWorks and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The Projectis also aiming to inspire young people to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM subjects) by showcasing them in

A full scale replica of the12.8mlong Bloodhound SuperSonic Car (SSC) has become the star attraction at this year’s Farnborough International Air Show. The car, which will be driven by RAF pilot Andy Green, is the result of three years of aerodynamic study

the most exciting way possible – by helping to build a car capable of reaching 1,000 mph. As of this week, 3471 primary and secondary schools, 229 further education colleges and 40 universities are signed up to the Bloodhound Education Programme,


Moto GP is fun again!

Just a reminder that Moto GP is worth watching again. Rossi is back. Having broken his leg after three minutes ago, he was back on the bike at the German GP at the weekend. He was expected to take it easy, but didn;t. He was dicing with Casey Stoner for third int he closing laps, losing out only on the last corner, and was the only interesting thing in the race except for a huge crash. This weekend, they head to Laguna Seca, the scene of one of the best ever Rossi/Stoner tussles!

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gaining unique access to this world class research and development programme. The Education Programme produces curriculum resource materials for all levels of education. This means that 1.5 million primary and secondary school pupils are now exposed to real world case studies based on the jet and rocket powered car to bring their Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) lessons to life. “The Farnborough International Airshow provides us with an amazing opportunity to show young people, their teachers and the World’s leading aerospace companies how the Bloodhound Engineering Adventure has started to influence so many pupils in a very Last week the Eurofighter Typhoon

Rossi will be riding a Ducati next year, so the Italian marquee will need to raise its game. Here’s its new 2011 848 EVO. Iconic features from the World Championship-winning machines, such as the twin under-seat silencers, single-sided swingarm, Trellis frame, race bodywork and steering damper, are part of the 848's DNA. The 848 EVO Dark Stealth and 848EVO will be available at the same price as the outgoing 848 range.

jet engine that will be used during the landspeed record-attempts successfully completed a rigorous test session. Bloodhound will have its first desert runs in 2012. Prior to being put on show at FIA, it was driven to full power on reheat in a series of controlled bench-tests, producing a maximum thrust of 90 kN (20,000 lbf) with no problems. The current land speed record is held by ThrustSSC, a twin turbofanpowered car also driven by Green, which broke the sound barrier, reaching 763mph at Black Rock Desert, Nevada, in 1997.

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For more information about the proect visit the website at An IAM (Institute of Advanced Motorists) poll has found that motorcycle use is on the rise, with more than 60% of riders stating that their overall bike usage has gone up since last year. The online poll found that 78% of the 5,717 respondents owned both a motorbike and a car. The majority (88%) use their bike for leisure at some point, with one third using the bike just for recreational riding.

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Green and Mean Vauxhall Insignia

Vauxhall has made sizeable reductions in C02s and fuel consumption to key models in its European Car of the Year-winning Insignia range, meaning that customers now benefit from combined emissions as low as 129g/km. While changes to the Insignia’s 2.0-litre Turbo engine have yielded a near-five per cent drop in emissions on the Sports Tourer, thanks to improvements made to the engine’s engine management system, each of the Insignia’s 2.0-litre diesel powerplants also become greener The Insignia ecoFLEX’s emissions have now dropped from 136g/km to just 129g/km, with a corresponding improvement in fuel consumption from 54.3mpg combined, to 57.6mpg. This means that not only is the ecoFLEX cheaper to run, but since it falls under 130g/km, customers will pay no VED for the first year. Insignia Sports Tourer ecoFLEX drivers also gain, with added efficiency gains meaning a drop in C02to 134g/km and 55.4mpg. Despite the significant improvements in efficiency and refinement, the latest Insignias’ on the road prices remains the same and all revised models can be ordered from today.

Ahead of the field Vauxhall has sold more cars than any other UK manufacturer in June, with a total of 30,190 vehicles registered last month, according to figures published by the SMMT today. The Astra was also Britain’s best-selling range in June - overall and for fleet - bringing to a close a hugely successful first half-year for the Luton company. The first six months of 2010 also revealed the sustained popularity of the Astra range, which conquered the hotly contested retail sales battle in its segment between January 1st and June 30th. Fighting off tough competition from both the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf, the Astra range – which includes the UK-built Estate and new 5-door hatch – sold a total of 14,415 cars. “This is great news for us,” said Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s Managing Director. “Product is king for UK buyers and our June sales prove that we’re ticking all the right boxes with customers when it comes to the quality, performance and value of our cars. “The new Astra, for example, is perceived as a premium product in its segment, but one that still offers great value for money. The fact that

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Official Government Test Environmental Data - Fuel Consumption Figures mpg (litres/100km): Vauxhall Range: urban 16.6 (17.0) - 61.4 (4.6), extra-urban 32.8 (8.6) - 88.3 (3.2), combined 24.2 (11.7) - 76.3 (3.7), CO2 Emissions 274 - 98 g/km. Deal available to private individuals only for orders between 07.07.10 and 30.09.10. Deals may not apply to all retailer stock and are subject to availability, correct at time of going to press. UK supplied vehicles only. For full specification anddetails contact your local retailer, before placing an order. Figures shown are based on a nonmaintenance contract hire package for the bailment of goods over 36 months, assuming a maximum of 6,000 miles per annum. All rentals arequoted inclusive of VAT. An advance rental of £627 inc. VAT is payable, followed by 35 regular monthly rentals of £209 inc VAT. The quotation is subject to there being no changes in VAT or manufacturer list price. An excess mileage chargeapplies if the annual contract mileage is exceeded (4.41p per mile up to 6,000 miles and 6.38ppm 6,000 miles and above). The quotation is given subject to the vehicle being serviced and maintained in accordance with manufacturerguidelines and the vehicle must be returned to Vauxhall Leasing in a condition commensurate with the BVRLA Fair Wear & Tear guidelines for its age and mileage. Charges will be applied should these conditions not be met. All quotationsare subject to availability, status, acceptance and agreement and guarantees may be required. Package includes Road Fund Licence and Vauxhall Assistance. Contract hire provided by ALD Automotive Ltd., trading as Vauxhall Leasing,Oakwood Park, Lodge Causeway, Fishponds, Bristol BS16 3JA. Contract hire is subject to status, availability and conditions. A guarantee and/or indemnity may be required. Applicants must be 18 or over. Full terms and conditions areavailable upon request. Offer shown relates to Corsa 1.3 CDTi.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

06(06) Audi A3 2L TDi Sport, 59K Hatch, E/W, ABS, 1 Owner .................... £10,999

04(54) Citroen Picasso 1.6 HDi Exclusive, 50K MPV, A/C, 1 Owner, FSH ......................... £5,999

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

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

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

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

06(56) Seat Ibiza 1.4 16v Sport, 3 Door, 48K A/C, 1 Lady Owner .................................. £5,499

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

06(56) Ford Focus 1.6 Zetec Climate, 26K Miles .......................................... £6,999 06(56) Ford Fiesta 1.4 Zetec Climate, 3dr A/C PAS Alloys SH, 30K........£5,699 07(07) Toyota Auris T3 1.6 Auto, 26K Miles .................................................... £7,999 06(06) BMW 318 Turbo Diesel SE 6sp AC PAS Alloys SH, 46K Miles...£11,999 06(06) VW Passat 2.0 TDi, Auto A/C CD Alloys SH, 36K Miles................£8,999

06(06) Vauxhall Astra 1.8 Club Auto Estate, only 2000 Miles .................. £6,999 99(T) Mercedes C240 Elegance Auto, 78K Miles .......................................... £3,699 04(04) Hyundai Matrix 1.6 GSi MPV, 36K Miles ............................................. £3,699 03(53) Volvo S40 2.5 T5 Auto AC Leather, Alloys SH, 40K Miles.............. £7,699

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Saturday TV BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Best Bites. 11.30 What to Eat Now. (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 12.10 Formula 1: The German Grand Prix Qualifying. Live coverage from the Hockenheimring. 2.20 Racing from Ascot. 4.50 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 5.10 Film: The Incredibles. (2004) Pixar’s animated adventure, with the voice of Craig T Nelson. 7.00 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow. Steve Jones and Nemone preside over the mayhem as eight contestants compete for a £10,000 prize, with seven of them being removed from the game in increasingly bizarre ways. 8.00 Tonight’s the Night. Michael Bolton performs a song with a flight attendant from Glasgow. 8.50 The National Lottery: Saturday Draws. Preeya Kalidas performs. 9.00 Casualty. Adam has a run-in with psychopathic prisoner Jackson. 9.50 John Bishop’s Britain. New series. Entertainment show, hosted by the Liverpudlian stand-up comic. 10.20 BBC News; Weather; National Lottery Update. 10.45 FILM: Catch Me If You Can. (2002) Fact-based drama, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. 12.55 Film: The Big White. (2005) Black comedy, starring Robin Williams; Weatherview. 2.40 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.25 CBBC. 12.00 BBC Switch: Degrassi: The Next Generation. 12.25 BBC Switch: The Cut. 12.50 BBC Switch: Scene Stealers. 1.20 BBC Switch: The 5:19 Show. 1.35 BBC Switch: The Almost Perfect Guide to Life. (R) 2.00 BBC Switch: Revealed. 2.15 Film: Cat Ballou. (1965) Musical comedy Western, starring Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin. 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Sacred Music. (R) 5.30 Dad’s Army. (R) 6.00 Monsoon Railway. Conclusion of the documentary following life on India’s rail network through the monsoon season, tracing the efforts of three workers to keep trains running. (R) 6.50 Coast. Nicholas Crane reaches Britain’s south coast, where Alice Roberts tries prospecting for oil. (R) 7.00 BBC Proms 2010. The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Vasily Petrenko, performs a selection of romantic music, including two pieces inspired by Byron’s poem Manfred. 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. Satirical current affairs quiz. (R) 9.45 Mock the Week. Dara O Briain hosts the topical quiz, with guests Stewart Francis and Ed Byrne joining Hugh Dennis, Russell Howard and Andy Parsons. (R) 10.15 FILM: Little Voice. (1998) Comedy drama, with Jane Horrocks and Michael Caine. 11.45 FILM: O. (2001) Drama, starring Mekhi Phifer.

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ITV1 6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries. (R) 10.25 Children’s Hospital. (R) 10.55 Monk. 11.55 News; Weather. 12.09 Regional Programme. 12.10 This Morning: Saturday. 1.10 Film: Arthur 2: On the Rocks. (1988) Comedy sequel, starring Dudley Moore. 3.20 Film: Hulk. (2003) Comic-strip adventure, starring Eric Bana. 5.55 Creature Comforts. (R) 6.10 Regional Programmes. 6.25 ITV News; Weather. 6.45 You’ve Been Framed! Harry Hill narrates more camcorder calamities. (R) 7.15 Odd One In. Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford take part in the comedy game show. 8.00 Magic Numbers. Stephen Mulhern hosts the show in which viewers hope to win up to £250,000 if their phone numbers contain digits generated from six games. With Amanda Holden and Diana Vickers. 9.00 30 Years of An Audience With. The history of the Saturday night entertainment series continues, featuring performances by Ken Dodd, Lionel Richie, Brian Conley, Lulu and Victoria Wood. Chris Tarrant narrates. 10.00 ITV News; Weather. 10.15 FILM: Inside Man. (2006) Crime drama, with Denzel Washington and Clive Owen. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.45 October Road. (R) 3.30 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.10 The Hoobs. (R) 6.35 The Hoobs. (R) 7.00 World Sport. 7.30 The Grid. 8.00 The Morning Line. 8.55 T4: Friends. (R) 9.30 T4: Kylie Minogue Special: Under the Skin. 10.00 T4: Postcard from T4 on the Beach: Alexandra Burke. (R) 10.15 T4: Friends. (R) 10.50 T4: Big Brother. (R) 11.55 T4: Big Brother. (R) 12.25 T4: The Hollyoaks Music Show. 12.55 T4: Scrubs. (R) 1.25 T4: Scrubs. (R) 1.55 Channel 4 Racing from York and Newmarket. 3.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 4.55 Come Dine with Me. (R) 5.25 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 Channel 4 News. 6.25 How a belief in God transformed a man’s life. 6.30 David Starkey’s Monarchy: The Windsors. David Starkey examines the history of the royal

Five family. (R) 8.00 The Queen. Dramatic retelling of Elizabeth II’s handling of Princess Margaret’s affair with Group Captain Peter Townsend. (R) 9.00 Big Brother. Highlights from the house. 10.00 Misfits. Alisha enjoys abusing her powers, Simon's online relationship with Shygirl18 blossoms and Kelly's restorative justice session is a disaster. 11.05 FILM: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. (1991) Sci-fi adventure, with William Shatner. 1.10 Big Brother: Live. 3.00 The Real Housewives of New Jersey. (R) 3.45 What About Brian. 4.30 Demolition Day. 5.25 Countdown. (R)

Sunday TV BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning Live. 11.00 Country Tracks. 12.00 BBC News. 12.05 Formula 1: The German Grand Prix Live. The 11th race of the season (Start-time 1.00pm). 3.15 EastEnders. 5.35 Lifeline. 5.45 Songs of Praise.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.25 CBBC. 10.00 Something for the Weekend. 11.30 Monk. 12.15 Film: Pal Joey. (1957) Musical comedy, starring Frank Sinatra. 2.00 Escape to the Country. (R) 3.00 Live Triathlon.

6.20 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 6.45 Antiques Roadshow. 7.30 Last of the Summer Wine. New series. Hobbo and friends try to help Toby win back his ex-wife. 8.00 Countryfile. Ellie Harrison and Adam Henson visit the Yorkshire town of Holmfirth, the setting for long-running sitcom Last of the Summer Wine, to mark the beginning of its final series. 9.00 Sherlock. New series. Modern re-imagining of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role and Martin Freeman as his trusty sidekick Watson. 10.30 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.55 Regional Programme. 10.55 Granada/YTV The Super League Show. Including highlights of Hull FC v Wigan Warriors. 11.25 FILM: City by the Sea. (2002) Crime drama, starring Robert De Niro; Weatherview.

6.00 Wild Wales. The rugged landscapes of North Wales. Last in the series. 7.00 Dragons’ Den. Ideas pitched to the panel include a new take on the washing line, an accessory for yachts and old-fashioned glamour products. (R) 8.00 Top Gear. Richard Hammond puts the new Volkswagen Touareg to the test by racing a group of snowmobile riders in Sweden, and Jonathan Ross gets behind the wheel of the Reasonably Priced Car. 9.00 Coast. New series. A trip around the Irish Sea, visiting every country in the British Isles. Neil Oliver explores the history of the Isle of Man, and Nick Crane goes climbing in Anglesey. 10.00 Live MotoGP. The US Grand Prix. All the action from the ninth round of the season, held at Laguna Seca in California. 11.00 Deadliest Crash: The Le Mans 1955 Disaster. An accident that killed more than 80 people at the 1955 Le Mans 24hour race.

1.10 Sign Zone: Children’s Emergency. (R) 1.40 Holby City. (R) 2.40 Requiem for Detroit. (R) 4.00 BBC News.

12.00 Film: Ash Wednesday. (2002) Thriller, starring Edward Burns. 1.35 BBC News. 4.00 The Super League Show. 4.30 Close.

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 Coronation Street. 12.10 News; Weather. 12.19 Regional Programme. 12.20 This Morning: Sunday. 1.20 House Gift. (R) 2.20 Film: Columbo: Double Exposure. (1973) Crime drama, starring Peter Falk and Robert Culp. 3.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot. (R)



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Ladies of Letters. Regional Programmes. ITV News; Weather. All the Queen’s Men with Alan Titchmarsh. Heartbeat. An unpopular farmer is harassed by his neighbours, who want to force him out of business, and Dawn falls for Billy Garrett but discovers a darker side to the charming newcomer. Taggart. A body is found hanging in the children’s playground of a recently regenerated model community, and suspicion falls on the local Community Watch chairman. Drama, with Blythe Duff. ITV News; Weather. FILM: The Nutty Professor. (1996) A shy, overweight professor stumbles on a potion which transforms him into a slim, loudmouthed charmer. Comedy remake, starring Eddie Murphy, Jada Pinkett Smith and James Coburn.

12.00 Patrick Kielty’s Tough Gig. (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 British Superbike Championship Highlights. 3.45 Motorsport UK. 4.35 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

7.50 Don’t Stop Believers. An introduction to one of the choirs set to participate in Don’t Stop Believing. (R) 7.55 NCIS. Jenny Shepard tries to solve the murder of an underworld source who was prepared to give information on the activities of arms dealer La Grenouille. (R)

8.55 CSI: Miami. A Marine recruiter is found dead on a shooting range. (R) 9.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. A serial killer’s adopted son is arrested on suspicion of murder. (R) 10.50 CSI: NY. Danny gets trapped in a panic room. (R) 11.45 Don’t Stop Believers. An introduction to one of the choirs set to participate in Don’t Stop Believing. (R) 11.50 Cops in Crisis. Harrowing tales of survival told by police officers. (R) 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

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6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Great North 10k 2010. 11.00 Fifth Gear. (R) 11.30 Building the Super Tower: Megastructures. (R) 12.30 Don’t Stop Believers. 12.40 Film: None But the Brave. (1965) Second World War adventure, starring Frank Sinatra. 2.45 Film: Ocean’s 11. (1960) Comedy heist thriller, starring Frank Sinatra. 5.15 Five News. 5.20 Film: The Green Berets. (1968) Adventure, starring John Wayne.

Channel 4 6.10 The Treacle People. (R) 6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 The Hoobs. (R) 7.10 Catching the Impossible. 8.05 British Formula 3 Championship. 8.30 Brain Cell: The Intelligent Sport UK Challenge. 9.00 T4: Hollyoaks. 11.30 T4: Big Brother’s Little Brother. 12.35 T4: Friends. (R) 1.05 T4: Being N-Dubz. (R) 1.40 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 2.10 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 2.40 Film: Never Been Kissed. (1999) Romantic comedy, with Drew Barrymore and and Michael Vartan. 4.40 Deal or No Deal. 5.30 River Cottage: Gone Fishing. (R) 6.30 Channel 4 News. 6.55 Beverly Carter discusses the importance of Amazing Grace to her. 7.00 Orchestra United. New series. The creation of a youth orchestra in

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Manchester. Amish: World’s Squarest Teenagers. New series. Five teenagers from an American Amish community visit the UK. Big Brother. The latest highlights from the house. Alan Carr: Chatty Man. With Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Ulrika Jonsson, Joanna Page and Scissor Sisters. The IT Crowd. (R) Stand Up for the Week. Satirical comedy show. (R)

12.15 Bruce Springsteen: London Calling — Live in Hyde Park. 1.15 Big Brother: Live. 3.35 The Real Housewives of New Jersey. (R) 4.20 Whatever Turns You On. 4.30 Countdown. (R) 5.15 Hill Street Blues. (R)

6.00 Milkshake!: Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Fireman Sam. (R) 6.35 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 7.00 Elmo’s World. (R) 7.15 Pocoyo. (R) 7.25 The Milky and Shake Show. (R) 7.30 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) 7.35 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 7.45 Noddy in Toyland. (R) 7.55 Milkshake! Bop Box. (R) 8.00 Mist: Sheepdog Tales. (R) 8.15 Little Princess. (R) 8.25 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 8.35 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.50 Igam Ogam. (R) 9.05 Olivia. (R) 9.20 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.35 Gerald McBoing Boing. (R) 10.00 Shake!: iCarly. 10.35 True Jackson, VP. 11.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R) 11.40 Zoo Days. (R) 12.00 The Hotel Inspector. (R) 1.00 Don’t Stop Believing. 2.00 Film: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. (1954)

Oscar-winning musical Western, starring Howard Keel. 4.00 Five News. 4.05 Film: Oliver! (1968) Musical, starring Ron Moody. 7.00 All New: Don’t Stop Believing. Emma Bunton hosts the second live heat. 8.30 FILM: The Mask. (1994) Comic-book comedy, with Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz, Peter Riegert and Peter Greene. 10.35 FILM: Police Academy 3: Back in Training. (1986) Comedy sequel, with Steve Guttenberg. 12.10 Police Interceptors. (R) 1.10 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 The Family Recipe. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

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Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Escape to the Country; (R) 10.00 Escape to the Country; (R) 10.00 Escape to the Country; (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Fake Britain; (R) BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Panorama. 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Armstrong & Miller Show. (R) 11.05 Film: The Importance of Being Earnest. (2002) Oscar Wilde comedy, starring Rupert Everett and Colin Firth; Weatherview. 12.40 Sign Zone: Louis Theroux: America’s Medicated Kids. (R) 1.40 History Cold Case. (R) 2.40 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.40 BBC News.

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 London 2012: Two Years to Go. From the Olympic Stadium in Stratford. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 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 New Tricks. (R) 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Bionic Vet. 11.05 Film: The Mothman Prophecies. (2002); Weatherview. 1.05 Sign Zone: The Edible Garden. (R) 1.35 Grumpy Guide to the Eighties. (R) 2.35 Theo’s Adventure Capitalists. (R) 3.35 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.35 BBC News.


The morning session on the opening day from Barcelona. 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 Working Lunch. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Hands on Nature. (R) 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 6.00 Live Athletics: European Championships. The evening session on day one at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. 9.00 That Mitchell and Webb Look. 9.30 Shooting Stars. 10.00 Miranda. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Victorian Pharmacy. (R) 12.20 Wild Wales. (R) 1.20 BBC News.

6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 11.00 Animal Park. (R) 12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 Working Lunch. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Hands on Nature. 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Food Tour of Britain. (R) 6.00 Eggheads. (R) 6.30 Antiques Road Trip. (R) 7.00 Top Gear. (R) 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 Antiques Master. 9.00 Dragons’ Den. 10.00 Rev. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Hammond Meets Moss. 12.20 The Private Life of Pigs. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 4.40 Close.


6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Ten Mile Menu. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Countrywise. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Identity. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Out for Justice. (1991) Action thriller, with Steven Seagal. 12.20 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.20 Tour de France Highlights. 3.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 Sali Mali. (R) 6.05 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 6.30 The Hoobs. (R) 6.55 The Hoobs. (R) 7.20 Big Brother’s Little Brother. (R) 8.20 Big Brother. (R) 9.20 T4: P Diddy’s Starmaker. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Professor Green’s Postcard from T4 on the Beach. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 The TV Book Club. 12.35 My Eden. (R) 12.45 Jamie at Home. (R) 1.15 Film: Up Periscope. (1959) Second World War naval adventure, with James Garner. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 Celebrity Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Dispatches: Britain’s Witch Children. 9.00 The Hospital. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.10 Being N-Dubz. 11.40 Alan Carr: Chatty Man. (R) 12.30 Poker. 1.25 Big Brother: Live. 3.50 Film: Marjorie Morningstar. (1958) Romantic drama, with Natalie Wood and Gene Kelly.

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Penguin Island; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 Traffic Cops. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws. 10.45 Film: Man of the Year. (2006); National Lottery Update; Weatherview. 12.40 Sign Zone: Country Tracks. (R) 1.35 My Life. (R) 2.05 Mary, Queen of Shops. (R) 3.05 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.05 BBC News.

Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) Breakfast. 9.15 Heir Hunters. (R) BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Escape to the Country; (R) 10.00 Escape to the Country; (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 DIY SOS; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 My Family. 9.30 The Old Guys. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Would I Lie to You? 11.05 The National Lottery Draws. 11.15 Film: Derailed (2005); Weatherview. 1.00 Sign Zone: Celebrity MasterChef. (R) 2.30 Monty Halls’ Great Hebridean Escape. (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.30 BBC News.

CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. Live Athletics: European Championships. Including the final of the women’s 20km walk. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00 Animal Park. (R) 1.30 Working Lunch. 2.00 Wanted Down Under. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! (R) 4.30 Bargain Hunt Famous Finds. 5.00 Live Athletics: European Championships. Including the final of the men’s 100m. 9.00 Coast. 10.00 QI. (R) 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 How to Beat Tough Times: Money Watch. (R) 12.20 On the Frontline: Life with the Green Howards. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 4.05 Close.

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6.00 CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 10.00 Live Athletics: European Championships. Including the final of the men’s 50km walk. 12.00 Animal Park. (R) 12.30 Working Lunch. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Hands on Nature. (R) 2.00 Live Golf: The Women’s British Open. The second day from the Royal Birkdale Golf Club. 5.15 Live Athletics: European Championships. The evening session on day four in Barcelona. 9.00 Gardeners’ World. 10.00 How Not to Live Your Life. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.05 That Mitchell and Webb Look. (R) 11.35 Shooting Stars. (R) 12.05 Rev. (R) 12.35 Film: Lovely and Amazing. (2001) 2.00 Close.

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Ten Mile Menu. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Children’s Hospital. 8.00 Piers Morgan On. (R) 9.00 The Bill. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Ladette to Lady. 11.35 October Road. 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.25 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

6.00 GMTV. 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 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Ten Mile Menu. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Lion Country. 8.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 TV’s Naughtiest Blunders. (R) 11.35 iTunes Festival Highlights 2010. 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 Film: Cheyenne Autumn. (1964) John Ford’s Western, with Richard Widmark and James Stewart. 5.10 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 The Hoobs. (R) 6.25 The Hoobs. (R) 6.50 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.20 Big Brother. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 8.55 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.50 T4: P Diddy’s Starmaker. (R) 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Louie Spence’s Postcard from T4 On the Beach. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Film: Gaslight. (1940) Thriller, starring Anton Walbrook. 1.45 Channel 4 Racing from Glorious Goodwood. Including live coverage of the 2.45 Betfair Gordon Stakes (1m 4f). 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 The Ugly Face of Beauty. 9.00 The Fairy Jobmother. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.10 The Inbetweeners. (R) 11.45 8 Out of 10 Cats. (R) 12.30 The Poker Lounge. 1.30 Big Brother: Live. 2.40 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 3.05 Beach Volleyball. 4.00 British Formula 3 Championship. (R) 4.30 The Grid. (R) 5.00 World Sport. (R) 5.30 Brain Cell: The Intelligent Sport UK Challenge. (R) 5.55 The Hoobs. (R)

Channel 4

11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.45 Don’t Stop Believers. 2.55 Film: Chances Are. (1989) Romantic comedy, with Cybill Shepherd and Robert Downey Jr. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.30 Michaela’s Zoo Babies; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Ship Rescue: The Devon Disaster; Five News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Miami. 10.00 CSI: NY. (R) 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 11.55 The FBI Files. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.45 Don’t Stop Believers. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.05 Film: Bound by a Secret. (2009) Drama, starring Lesley Ann Warren and Meredith Baxter. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.30 Escape from Dunkirk; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Emergency Bikers; Five News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 K-Ville. 11.55 Poker. 1.00 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.50 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.15 Big Brother. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.50 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.45 T4: P Diddy’s Starmaker. (R) 10.40 T4: Friends. (R) 11.10 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Kelis’s Postcard from T4 on the Beach. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 My Eden. (R) 12.10 Film: Challenge to Lassie. (1949) Period drama, with Edmund Gwenn. 1.45 Channel 4 Racing from Glorious Goodwood. Including live coverage of the 3.25 Sussex Stakes (1m). 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 How to Look Good Naked. 9.00 The Men Who Jump Off Buildings. 10.00 Big Brother. 11.15 The Big Bang Theory. 11.40 My Name Is Earl. 12.10 My Name Is Earl. 12.40 Music on 4: Intros: Pete Lawrie. 12.50 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight. 1.05 Big Brother: Live. 2.30 Dispatches: Britain’s Witch Children. (R) 3.25 Film: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. (1950) 5.05 Triathlon ITU World Championship Series.

Milkshake! 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Five 6.00 6.00 Milkshake! 9.45 Michaela’s Animal 6.00 Milkshake! 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Road Trip. (R) 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) Five Road Five Road Trip. (R) 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) Trip. (R) 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40

Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.45 Don’t Stop Believers. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.10 Film: Devil Winds. (2003) Adventure, starring Joe Lando. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.30 How Do They Do It?; (R) Five News Update. 8.00 Police Interceptors; Five News at 9. 9.00 Film: Ronin. (1998) Action thriller, starring Robert De Niro. 11.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.30 Film: Black Point. (2001) Thriller, starring David Caruso. 1.35 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

Thursday BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Homes Under the Hammer. 11.30 Cash in the Attic; (R) BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Murder, She Wrote. (R) 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBeebies. 3.25 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Celebrity MasterChef. 9.00 The Secret Tourist. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Stealing Shakespeare. 11.25 Film: Three Fugitives. (1989) Comedy, starring Nick Nolte; Weatherview. 1.05 Sign Zone: Panorama. (R) 1.35 Countryfile. (R) 2.30 Celebrity MasterChef. (R) 3.30 Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is. (R) 4.30 BBC News.

CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 9.30 Live BBC2 6.00 BBC2 6.00 Athletics: European Championships. 10.00


7 day guide Friday

CBeebies. 8.00 CBBC. 10.00 Athletics: European Championships.The opening session on day three at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. 12.00 Animal Park. (R) 12.30 Working Lunch. 1.00 The World at War. (R) 1.50 Lifeline. (R) 2.00 Live Golf: The Women’s British Open. The opening day from the Royal Birkdale Golf Club. 5.30 Live Athletics: European Championships. Further coverage from the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona. 9.00 Five Days That Changed Britain. 10.00 Mock the Week. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Imagine. (R) 12.15 Wild Wales. (R) 1.15 BBC News. 4.30 Close.

6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Ten Mile Menu. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Cashing in the Criminals: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Police, Camera, Action! 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Lethal Weapon. (1987) Action thriller, starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.40 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.35 Cashing in the Criminals: Tonight. (R) 4.00 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 The Hoobs. (R) 6.25 The Hoobs. (R) 6.50 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.20 Big Brother. (R) 8.30 Frasier. (R) 8.55 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.50 T4: P Diddy’s Starmaker. (R) 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.20 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: Postcard from T4 on the Beach: Backstage. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 British Made. (R) 12.15 Film: Captain Scarlett. (1953) Swashbuckling adventure, starring Richard Greene. 1.45 Channel 4 Racing from Glorious Goodwood. Including live coverage of the 3.25 Artemis Goodwood Cup (2m). 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Location, Location, Location. 9.00 Undercover Boss. The new CEO of Harry Ramsden’s works undercover in the fish shop chain.10.00 Big Brother. The latest footage from inside the compound. 11.10 Skins. 12.15 Dirty Sexy Money. 1.10 The Ascent of Money. (R) 2.05 Big Brother: Live. 5.55 The Hoobs. (R)

6.00 Milkshake! 9.45 Michaela’s Animal Five Road Trip. (R) 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R)

11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.45 Don’t Stop Believers. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.10 Film: Mystery Woman: Snapshot. (2005) Whodunit, starring Kellie Martin. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.15 Cricket on Five. 8.00 The Man Who Moves Buildings; Five News at 9. 9.00 The Hotel Inspector. 10.00 Film: Edison. (2005) Crime thriller, starring Morgan Freeman. 11.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.05 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)



6.00 GMTV. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Ten Mile Menu. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Doc Martin. (R) 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Open Water. (2004) Thriller, starring Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis. 12.10 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.10 Film: The Land That Time Forgot. (1974) 3.45 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.20 The Hoobs. (R) 6.45 Big Brother’s Little Brother. 7.15 Big Brother. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 T4: Smallville. (R) 9.50 T4: P Diddy’s Starmaker. (R) 10.45 T4: Friends. (R) 11.15 T4: Friends. (R) 11.45 T4: JLS’s Postcard from T4 on the Beach. 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind: Golf. 12.10 Film: The Diamond Queen. (1953) Swashbuckling adventure, starring Fernando Lamas. 1.45 Channel 4 Racing from Glorious Goodwood. Including live coverage of the 3.25 Totesport Mile (H’cap) (1m). 4.10 Deal or No Deal: Hall of Fame. (R) 5.00 Come Dine with Me. (R) 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.25 7.30 One Under. 8.00 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. 9.00 Big Brother. 10.00 The IT Crowd. 10.35 Big Brother. 11.25 Stand Up for the Week. 12.10 Music on 4: Florence and the Machine Live at the Hammersmith Apollo. 12.45 Music on 4: 4Play: Hurts. (R) 1.00 Big Brother: Live. 4.25 This Week’s 4Music Top 20. 5.25 Countdown. (R)


6.00 Milkshake! 9.45 Don’t Stop Believing. (R) 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 House. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.45 Don’t Stop Believers. 2.50 I Own Britain’s Best Home: Flying Visit. (R) 3.05 Film: Ladies of the House. (2008) Drama, starring Pam Grier. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 6.30 Live from Studio Five. 7.15 Cricket on Five. 8.00 Nature Shock; (R) Five News at 9. 9.00 The Mentalist. (R) 10.00 CSI: NY. (R) 10.55 Don’t Stop Believers. (R) 11.00 Grey’s Anatomy. 12.00 SuperCasino. 4.05 Motorsport Mundial. 4.30 House Doctor. (R) 4.55 Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 5.10 The New Tomorrow. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

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Olde Sweet Shoppe

We are an old fashioned style sweet shop based in West Street, Horsham & we are looking for part time staff - week days only. Are you enthusiastic, outgoing, helpful, flexible & willing to learn ? Then we would like to hear from you, previous retail experience would be an advantage but not essential. Send your CV to Sharon O’Callaghan, Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe, 42 West Street, Horsham RH12 1PP or email to

FLEURS Salary: £13,000 - £17,000 p.a. subject to experience Location: Horsham – South East Telephone : 01403 252297 Address : 17 Blackhorse Way, HORSHAM, West Sussex RH12 1NU

Fleurs are looking for a �lorist who loves to work with beautiful contemporary �lowers using stunning colour combinations. We specialise in designer Weddings and contract work for top end clients and hotels.The ideal candidate needs a passion for �lowers and a commitment to excellence. A team player is essential for our busy �lower shop, covering all areas of �loristry. Please forward your CV to Caroline Pecorelli to the email address shown before the 31st August 2010. Note : Applications from quali�ied or experienced candidates only. Overseas applicants must already reside in the UK and have a valid work permit before they apply for this vacancy

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In support of its continued growth Damovo UK is again looking to the future and investing in the next-generation of local employment talent. Damovo, who are based in Horsham, West Sussex, are an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems integration and service provider, focused on delivering advanced business solutions for medium and large organisations. Continuing the success of last years Apprenticeship scheme Damovo are now seeking applications from people who would like to be considered for their 2010 Apprenticeship Scheme.

We are currently seeking:

We are currently seeking:

Carer/Driver (Warnham) P/T Activity Assistant

Upper Mead, Henfield

(Broadbridge Heath)

Domestic Assistant (30 hours) Laundry Assistant (weekends)

For an application form please contact Sara Cohen on 01403 217338 or email

For an application form please contact Sara Cohen on 01403 217338 or email

The scheme, offers students the chance to be part of the rapidly developing and dynamic world of ICT. Qualifications will be achieved through a combination of formal and on the job training. Successful applicants will be invited to an Assessment Day. If you are keen to get into this fast moving world and would like to be considered, please send your CV to by the 20th July 2010 or contact Charlotte, Julie and Anna on 01293 597650.

Do you have a situation vacant ?

Receptionist Full time Receptionist required for our busy Orthodontic Practice in Horsham. You will possess excellent communication skills, be planned and organised, have a flexible approach and a passion for customer service. You will be computer literate and have the ability to work under pressure. Full training will be provided. The role is Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Applications with introductory letter and CV to: Zoë Greenwood

With our dynamic and widespread distribution and website with an average of 400,000 hits every month.

Total Orthodontics, 16-18 Worthing Road, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1SL Closing Date Friday 23rd July 2010.

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We require reliable door to door distributors to join our ever expanding team in the Warnham and Slinfold areas. If you are able to cover other areas not mentioned above, please do contact us using the details below. Tel : 01403 251000 Email :

Or send your CV to : Contact:or Bethany Shepheard 01798 873550

Credit Controller Worthing Company

Collections by way of telephone and letter. Achieve personal cash collections targets. Good working knowledge of MS Office applications (Excel, Word). Min 2 years within a collections department. Senior High School education or GCSE Equivalent.

Excellent opportunity for “Join awith winning team” a career Specsavers Opticians, Horsham.

Lettings Manager or We require a full-time Optical Experienced Lettings Person Assistant toRequired join our highly

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We are an old fashioned style sweet shop based in West Street, Horsham & we are looking for part time staff - week days only.

Successful applicants will have an impressive track record in estate agency sales and management with the ability to achieve competitive targets, motivate, develop and coach our staff, and make an immediate contribution and impact on our business.

Brock Taylor are looking to expand our Lettings Department and are Previous experience would actively looking to recruit a Manager or be an advantage with Experienced Property Professional with current or recent Lettings experience. sponsorship for training as a The ideal candidate must be smart, Dispensing Optician for the knowledgeable and articulate with a right desire applicant. strong to succeed in a competitive marketplace. This is an exciting opportunity to join a respected and newly Please send your CV with a revitalised company who are already hand leaders written covering letter market in the sales market andto are: seeking an ambitious individual to rapidly develop our Lettings Team to be at the Jay Spiller foreront of the local lettings market.

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for details please call 01403 756772 or send your CV to:

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for details please call 01403 756772 or send your CV to:

Established in 2005, Thorne Employment Ltd is the leading recruitment agency for selection “Join a winning team”to permanent professional We are located in Horsham, positions. Lettings Manager West Sussex and or work with a range of clients across the south east and Experienced Lettings Person greater London area Required although we do cover most of the UK. Thorne a major Brock Taylor Employment are looking to has expand interestDepartment and involvement our Lettings and arewith all actively looking to recruit a Manager or aspects of permanent commercial Experienced with on recruitmentProperty and we Professional pride ourselves current or recent Lettings experience. delivering high quality, tailor made The ideal candidate must be smart, recruitment solutions for your business. knowledgeable and articulate with a strong desire to succeed in a competitive “Thorne Employment Limited attracts high marketplace. This is an exciting calibre professional opportunity to join aindividuals respectedwho andare newly looking forcompany commercial permanent revitalised who are already employment. in permanent market leadersByinspecialising the sales market and are recruitment, you can be assured to that we will seeking an ambitious individual rapidly present you with candidates develop our Lettings Team tocommitted be at the to delivering business the foreront offor theyour local lettingsfor market. future.” horneCV to Peter Please forward your Traci TTaylor, Director Maskell, BrockManaging 2/4 East Street, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1HL 01403 272022

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Friday 23 July 2010 | the resident



Ayres fires 120 finish for Kings

The final week of league action in the first half of the season, was littered with postponements, as Kings Arms B, Windmill & the Star all cancelled their matches. Only one game in the A Division took place, with Sussex Barn moving back into 2nd place following their 8-1 tanning of the Tanners Arms. Both the previous top two leaders Plough Hounds fell foul of a cancelled game, while BBHVC had their bye, and drop down to third. The B Division completed a full week of fixtures, leaders Steyning CC stay top after beating the Red Lyon 6-3, but the Rising Sun close in on them by winning 7-2 over their stable mates Rising Sun B, to lie just 3points adrifts. The Anchor moved into a play-off place after beating the Bear Inn 6-3. Kings Arms’ Tony Ayres struck a fine 120 checkout, the league's only highlight, to help the C Division leaders beat the Plough 7-2, but Roffey Club's 9-0 tonking of the Railway Colts propels them up to 2nd, but still remain a massive 12points adrift of the leaders. helley Arms had their bye, while Storrington Club's game with the Star was cancelled. l There’s a doubles competition at The Roffey Club in 22nd july. Entry on the night is £2 per pair. Only players that competed in at least two league games can compete. Players to register by 8pm.


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Jolyon Palmer still leads the championship by five points, but rival Dean Stoneman will be hurting after his penalty

Controversial clash between title rivals Jolyon Palmer endured a nightmare weekend at Brands Hatch, yet maintained his championship lead after main rival Dean Stoneman was penalised for a crash that took out the Southwater ace. Stoneman romped home to an emphatic eight second victory in the opening race at Brands Hatch, closing to within five points of Palmer, who could only finish eighth. But it was the second race on Sunday that was mired in controversy. Philipp Eng claimed his third vic-

tory of the season at Brands Hatch but it will be remembered for a clash between championship rivals Jolyon Palmer and Dean Stoneman, which has added extra spice in the race for the title. Jolyon Palmer had come from fifth to third, with Dean Stoneman also moving up from seventh on the grid into fifth. Gladdis and Stoneman traded places on two occasions during the opening lap, with Stoneman eventually getting into fourth around the outside at Surtees. The key moment of the race hap-

Front Row: Jack Clayton, Mike Stocker (Captain), Tom Beck, James Round and James Mitchell. Back Row: Ian Stocker (Coach), Matt Bidlake, Jamie Thornely, Harry Magnus, Miles McCulloch, Matt Laker, James Newland, Jez Beck (Asst Coach)

pened on lap four when Stoneman tried to dive down the inside of Palmer at Paddock Hill Bend. As Stoneman drew alongside, the pair's front wheels touched and Palmer was fired off into the gravel and out of the race. Stoneman continued but the incident allowed Tom Gladdis to slip by and back into third, which became second at the halfway stage of the race as race leader Kazim Vasiliauskas retired with gearbox issues. Stoneman moved into a ten point championship lead but was later

given a 20 second penalty for causing the crash, so Jolyon retains his five point lead in the F2 championship. It will no doubt be a hot topic among the drivers, especially as it happened on a course that belongs to Motorsport Vision, whose chief executive is Jolyon’s dad, Jonathan. The same company runs the F2 championship. Conspiracy theories aside though, there was no way Stoneman was going to make that turn without hitting Palmer. So it’s shaping up nicely!

Horsham hit back with deadly duo’s fast bowling

Horsham Under-16s ran out comfortable winners by 50 runs in the Identilam Sussex cricket league final versus Horley. On a bright sunny day at Horsham, the home team won the toss, elected to bat and went about setting an imposing victory target of 169. After two early strikes by Horley leaving Horsham at 12 for 2, they recovered well with excellent middle order batting from James Newland 46*, Matt Bidlake 30* and James Round

30* getting to 168-9 after 25 overs. Horley were rocked back by the express left-arm pace duo of Newland (3-15) and Tom Beck (2-16) leaving the innings in a bad way at 25 for 5. Micahel Thomas salvaged some pride with 28 and hard hitting at the death by R.Waddington 29 saw them pass 100 but still fall well short on 118 all out. Both teams had qualified for the Final by winning their respective divisions. Horsham won all 9 league matches in the

West division with Ben Farmer the star batsman scoring 201 aggregate runs without being dismissed once. There were good contributions also from Mike Stocker (185) and James Newland (164). In the wickets was Matt Laker aggregate 9-59, Matt Bidlake 13-65 and Tom Beck 16-144. The IDL League trophy was presented to Horsham Captain Mike Stocker by David Horsman, Life Vice President of the Identilam league.

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new boys amongst the goals for Maggs pictures by John lines

it’s been a busy summer for horsham boss John Maggs. Defender Anthony Acheampong has left Gorings Mead. He made 80 appearances for the Hornets after signing from Cardiff City in October 2008, playing at either fullback or centre-half, but has announced plans to take up an offer 'closer to home'. An always imposing presence on the pitch, John Maggs pays tribute to “one of the most respectful people I've ever known in the game.” His departure came after the departure of Captain Sam Page to Sutton United, and was followed by teenage winger Tony Nwachukwu being released by the club at his own request. John Maggs has though, left the door open for the popular winger to return. But it’s not all bad news. In has come former Brentford utility man Jay Lovett, as well as Worthing club

“we looked in good shape, the boys were fit and up for it” Captain Paul Kennett. And Horsham got off to a winning start in their pre-season campaign as they travelled to Burgess Hill on Saturday. Both Jay Lovett and Paul Kennett were named in the starting line-up that still had familiar faces from last season, with Player of the Year Ben Andrews forming a new central defensive partnership with Jamal King, who is on trial. It was a slow start to the game as the players were trying to regain much needed match fitness for the new campaign. The experienced Lovett added a touch of class to proceedings as the former Brentford man looked a cut above the rest. On this evidence, he is going to be a key man for Hor-

horsham proved too strong for burgess hill on saturday

sham and another fantastic signing by Maggs. Horsham took the lead just before the half hour mark, when a cross from Jack Page was bundled down by another debutant, Kennett, and stroked past the goalkeeper with ease. Pat Harding raced away from the defence and slotted into the bottom corner of the net for Horsham’s second, before Dean Wright added a third. They were unable to keep a clean sheet as they conceded a penalty in injury time that was perfectly placed by Hillians skipper Steve Harper, who beat Zawadski's despairing dive. "It couldn't have gone better for us," reflected Maggs after the match. "We won't go overboard be-

cause, at the end of the day, the important thing about these games is to get the lads back out on the pitch but we looked in good shape, the boys were fit and up for it. l A contentious last minute strike from Sam Crabb denied the Hornets another win in a keenly contested meeting at Worthing's Woodside Road on Tuesday night. With his side trailing 2-1 to a brace from Pat Harding, the Town striker took aim from 25 yards and arrowed in a shot that struck the frame of Kieron Thorp's goal before crashing back into play, only for the linesman to rule that the ball had crossed the line. The validity of the goal may have been in dispute but there was no question that Eastbourne deserved a share of the spoils after an energetic display that gave John Maggs' men a combative test on a warm summer's evening on the coast.

but the hillians did score a late consolation penalty

Nail-biting battle in Bronco league

pMw Communications Mustang league: a's 13 v yankees 10 The Mustang A's held off a late Yankee rally to win 13-10. Tom Underwood pitched two innings of no-hit baseball, striking out three and making three put-outs while only walking one Yankee. Oliver Hepburn hit a pair of doubles and drove in four runs to lead the A's offense. yankees 8 v Mets 16

slinfold Country Club bronco league: redsox 6 v Mets 15 It was a good game with friendly rivalry and banter between the teams. Whilst the Redsox battled to the last innings they were unable to break the winning streak of the Mets. There was outstanding pitching from Jared Cox from the Red Sox striking out three in two innings of work. Caleb Pineada started the game for the Mets striking out 5 in two innings and Sam Boylett closed the door with a solid performance pitching and at the plate. Joseph Aylett was 2 for 2 at the plate. yankees 8 v a's 9 In a nail bighting battle between two outstanding teams the A’s prevailed scoring two runs in the top half of the last inning and holding the Yankees off. The game started when the Yankees came out of the blocks scoring 5 runs. With fine pitching performances by Dan Cannons and James Casey backed up by solid defence by the Yankees by Calum Budd and 2 double plays the Yankees probably deserved better. Outstanding performances from Tyler Burnie at the bat and great pitching from Will Anderson stood out for the A’s whom squeaked past the Yankees to maintain a tie with the Mets for the league title. the outdoor room pinto league a’s 10 v yankees 10

Leisure Links

lots of the horsham district’s younger and older residents have been enjoying and benefiting from sports projects organised by horsham district Council in recent summer weeks. Horsham Leisure Link is the Council’s sports development team working in partnerships to develop and establish new accessible sport and recreation opportunities. Leisure Link has set up more than 250 clubs in the last 20 years and specialises in providing opportunities for specific groups such as young people, 50+, people with disabilities, and people living in sheltered housing. Anyone who wants to set up a club in their local area or would like to find out about leisure activities available, please contact Leisure Link on 01403 215640 or email

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Team seeks young Lions

Lower Beeding Lions Under 8’s are looking for new players to join us next season. The team plans to enter the Horsham youth league from September. As well as training, this will provide regular Saturday morning games in a friendly, supportive and non-competitive environment, ideal for kids of all abilities. Lower Beeding is a charter standard junior football club that has been running for over 10 years and has age groups from U8 all the way through to U15. If you are interested please contact Phil Keen who coached one of older teams for 5 years before starting up this younger age group. He is an FA Level 1 qualified coach. All coaches and committee members of the club have been CRB checked.

The club’s focus on youth has resulted in some of its teenage players dominating the club’s senior championships!

Comptons enjoying Red letter day for Ladies team its time in the sun Contact Phil Keen on 01403 891377 or 07736 168785 or email

Horsham beat Bramley on Wednesday, July 14th in what was a close game throughout. Horsham ended up winning by two shots thanks to top rink of Tony Bacot, Vic Waters and skip Pam Venn (+10) and Mike Power (+4). The following evening, Horsham did the double over Horsham Park in the Border League, taking all 10 points on offer. However, it was a very close game, with maximum points being gained on the last end of 2 of the 3 rinks. Mike Bright’s rink won at a canter, but Paul Jolliffe picked up 4 shots on the last end, having trailed most of the game and Roy Smith managed to hang on to a one shot win. Friday 16th July was a red letter day for Horsham Ladies, as Janet Puffett defeated Helena Mace from Horsham Park in the zone final of the Sussex Women’s 4-wood unbadged competition. A very close game was finally won by 21 shots to 19. Janet will now be in the semi-finals at Haywards Heath on Friday 20th August. A win away to Burgess Hill on Saturday topped a very successful week for Horsham. Going in for tea with the overall scores level, Horsham then pulled away, having learnt the intricacies of the green and nullified the home advantage. Top rink was Robbie Calder, Beryl Watson, Tony Venn and skip Mike Power (+13), ably supported by George Cooper (+10).

Comptons Tennis Club in Lower Beeding picked up a number of new members during an Open Day held on Sunday. It’s been a good summer for the club as a number of successful initiatives and perhaps even a little bit of Murray Mania has helped the club increase its membership. The club’s head tennis professional Scott Wakefield said: “It was

Images by Chris Woolgar

a good event for us as we saw some new faces and a few people signed up to our adult beginners, or rusty racquets, classes on a Thursday night (£5 per session for non members). “I have been here for about 18 months now and numbers are certainly up. Of course, Murray helps although it’s a shame he couldn’t get past Nadal at Wimbledon. All

exposure of tennis is a good thing for us. “People ask me what happens in the winter, but we have floodlights up here so you just put a tracksuit on and get on with it!” The club would like to thanks several local firms for sponsoring the event, including Panino Cafe, Church’s Performance Cars, Cape Scarlett, Acupuncture and Herbs

(Horsham branch), The Plough, Stepping Stones pre-school, Beauty Secrets, J. Pinfold Building Contractor, Wabi and Jim Hills Sports. Comptons is running Junior Holiday Courses for children aged 6-15 from 27th July. For details of the camp and for general club information visit the website at

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Ymca seek local talent

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Neil Vanson and phil ‘fitzy’ fitzgerald are looking to form a successful Horsham Ymca under-18s team. it may surprise you that Horsham Ymca currently does not have a reserve team, despite enjoying one of its best finishes in division one South of the ryman league last season. But two of the club’s former players are hoping they can provide suitable support to the first team with the foundation of a new Under-18 team at YMCA. Phil Fitzgerald, who spent 11 years as a player at Gorings Mead, will be managing the team, ably assisted by

“we waNt to Build a team tHat tHe towN caN Be proud of”

another former player, Neil Vanson, who played in the youth set up at Horsham FC before playing for the senior squad at YMCA. But, having set up at a time when most teams have already started training, the duo has some catching up to do in terms of preparation. And they also have a shortage of players. Phil said: “At the moment we’re two months behind where we should be, but we are ready to train and we have the facilities. “It would be quite easy for us to use

our contacts and rope in players from Surrey, South London, or wherever, but we don’t want to do that. We want to attract the best of local talent. “There’s a great opportunity here. Under Colin Jenkinson , the YMCA first team is a very young squad and so it makes it ideal to have an Under 18 team that can act as a feeder squad. It makes the transition into County football easier.” Neil added: “That’s what we’re about really, building a local club with local roots. Too many clubs have gone the other way, getting in players from further afield, but we want the best young players to be here with us and build a team the town can be proud of.” YMCA Under-18s will play against Horsham Youth Under-18s in the Ryman Youth League. Training will be held every Tuesday at 7pm (meet at YMCA’s ground, training in Horsham Park) and matches will take place on Thursday. The team’s home pitch will be Broadbridge Heath Stadium, as Horsham Youth use YMCA’s pitch as the two teams are currently sharing the Gorings Mead ground. For information on joining Horsham YMCA Under-18s call Phil Fitzgerald on 07793 565538.

Horsham also on lookout

club chairman greets mr Burradge with his two daughters and a friend to the open day

Horsham Youth under 14s are pleased to announce Barry Nash is to take over the Job as manager. Barry is seeking new additions for his U-14 squad for the new season. Horsham play on Sundays in the Arun & Chichester League. If your interested in playing for Horsham FC please contact Barry at

l Also, there will be a new Horsham Under 12 squad for 2010 -2011. Please contact Paul Gibson 01403 251942 for information on playing. Horsham play on Sundays in the Arun & Chichester League. If you would like to play for any Horsham side please contact


Friday 23 July 2010 | the resident

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