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Why is this again? The Government is trying to eat into our national deficit, which is about £893billion. That’s about £14,500 for every man, woman and child in the country, which is some going.

How have they managed that? Well the Government isn’t to blame at all of course, as those now in power have pointed out on several million occasions in the last few months. It’s the last lot’s fault! Okay, so what does it all mean for Hor-

sham? We don’t really know yet. The Government have told all the local councils (so for us that’s West Sussex County Council, which looks after matters such as roads, and education, and Horsham District Council, which provides our refuse collection and leisure services, amongst much else) that cuts are coming. But we won’t know how badly we’ll be hit until December.

Do we have a clue? Sure do. The Government is looking at cutting back spending to councils by 28% over four years, averaging out to 7% in each of the next four years. That’s not so bad... Ah, we might have it worse than that - maybe twice as bad to be honest. At least

that’s what Horsham Council think!

Why’s that? Because we’re an affluent town. Employment here is high, people are healthy and live to a generally good standard, except that chap in town who has old newspapers stuffed inside his jumper.

So we have to pay for poorer areas? Yes. It is likely that councils in some less wealthy parts of the country, with a lower percentage of Audi owners, will have to endure much smaller cuts.

So what are we looking at then - 10% a year? Maybe 15%. The council’s chief executive, Tom Crowley, has put together a plan with other leading figures at

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Consultation on spending review the council, based around us having to cope with double the average budget cut.

proposals for Budget Savings. You can comment on either of them.

Job losses are to be kept to a minimum

Is it worth it? The District Plan is just council jargon that doesn’t mean a great deal of anything, but the budget savings - which is basically all we’ve gone through here - is actually targetting certain areas, so commenting might be worthwhile....

Great. So what do we lose? Firstly, it is right to point out that job losses are kept to a minimum. While we may all lose a little something small in terms of service, this has been a worrying time for 450 people employed by HDC. It’s good news that there will be only 22 job losses, with all but five through natural wastage.

Where are the savings coming from then? A lot of it will come from tightening up across all departments really. The council owns ridiculous amounts of office space which is currently vacant and plans to let this space out. They are also to cut back on the discretionary rate relief scheme of charitable organisations. After the review only the most deserving applicants may qualify.

What about leisure services? Some could be hit. Youth projects are to be cut (a £32,000 cut, which is 9.3% of the youth services budget) so that could be some of the less popular holiday activities. There will be no more contribution either to the Youth Games or Sussex Sports Partnership. Good job we haven’t got an Olympics coming up!

Yes, and if there’s a gold medal for floral displays, we won’t be winning that either.

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Does that mean we’ll get the rats back? No, nothing that drastic. We’re told by Robert Nye, leader of the council, that it’ll be like cutting the hedges three or four times a month rather than five. Can’t they just get in more volunteers to do these jobs? Erm, not likely - they’re cutting the budget for the local

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Voluntary Service by 11.6%. Age Concern will also be hit, quite heavily, with a 16.5% cut.

Rather than cutting costs, are there no ways to generate more money? Well, in addition to letting out office space, current plans include launching a car wash scheme in council car parks, and dog bin sponsorship. Crappy idea... Well, we thought the roundabout advertising was daft. Now we’ve gone full circle...

Moving on, what can we do about it? You can have your say. Horsham Council has produced two draft documents for consultation... Yawn! ...and they are called the District Plan for 2011-2015 and

How long do I have? The closing date for replies is 6th December. That’s about the time that the Government will say exactly how much savings the Council has to find. Where do I go? Go to the Horsham District Council’s website at and click on ‘council and democracy’ in the blue box on the right. Then in the light blue box, right at the bottom, you’ll see ‘Public Spending Review’. They do like making these things easy, don’t they!

What happens next? Final decisions are made by Horsham District Councillors in February.

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tribute to spurs legend & sports coach, mel hopkins hanging on the wall in a small, top floor flat in the centre of shoreham-by-sea, is a framed collection of 24 cards, featuring ‘Vintage spurs’ players. Amongst the famous names are Alf Ramsay, Danny Blanchflower and Jimmy Greaves. And at number 12 is the face of the man who lived in this modest apartment, Mel Hopkins. Mel died on Monday, 18th October, aged 75, at a hospice in Worthing, after a long illness. You’ll recognise Mel if you visited the Park Recreation Centre in Horsham, from 1977-1998, where he was well known for his coaching across a variety of sports. But unless you did your research, it’s unlikely you’ll know much about his extraordinary career. As a young boy who used to attend the football training camps, I can recall talk of Mel having played for Tottenham Hotspur. If it was true, he never mentioned it to us players, which his family say is typical of Mel’s modesty. But he had much to talk about. He was signed by Spurs

early sixties, after suffering a serious injury following a collision with Ian St John (he of Saint and Greavsie fame), smashing his nose and upper jaw, an injury which would keep him out of football for two years. In total, Hopkins played 219 games for Spurs, coming up against the likes of Stanley Matthews and George Best, before leaving Spurs for Brighton and Hove Albion in October 1964 for a transfer fee of £8,000. He also won 34 caps for

at the age of 15, and taken on as an apprentice after just one trial. Mel made his debut in January 1952 and won a League and FA Cup double in 1961. He was unfortunate though, as he missed out on much of Tottenham’s success in the

Wales, playing in arguably the biggest match in Wales’ history, when they were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Brazil in the quarter finals of the 1958 World Cup. Mel also spoke of interest from Manchester United, but declared no interest in mov-

ing north. Mel’s partner of 33 years, Barbara Hopkins, who he married in May of this year, told The Resident: “He was such an easy man to live with. He went to bed happy and woke up happy. “He loved all sports, and enjoyed playing golf, although football came first of course. But I didn’t really know quite how good a player he had been for a long time. “But Mel didn’t talk much about his playing days, and that’s why I’m flabbergasted by all of this. “We met at the Park Rec. I went to play table tennis and the first thing he said to me was ‘You look like you’re frying chips with that bat!” and he ended up teaching me how to play badminton. “We all used to play badminton and he could have beaten us with one arm behind his back, but he never showed off, and always played at the level of his opponent.” Mel retired from the Leisure Services in 1998, but remained active up until his death. Barbara said: “In the hospice he said he had lived a great life. He didn’t care about money at all - it just wasn’t about that for Mel and his era. He was offered £3 a week as an apprentice at Spurs and at 17 he was happy to be a regular earning £20 a week. “He thought that the money that footballers earn these days was ridiculous.

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“He was never bitter about the collision (with St. John) that pretty much ended his career as a First Division footballer. He just didn’t have a bad bone in his body.” On Tottenham’s website, a statement read: ‘It is with great regret that we announce the death of Mel Hopkins, our former Welsh international full-back who played with distinction for the Club between

1952-64. ‘Mel joined us as an amateur in May, 1951, and became a full professional a year later. He made his senior debut in October 1952, and by the mid50s was recognised as one of the best full-backs in the country. ‘We extend our sincere condolences to the family of Mel Hopkins at this very sad time.’ Mel leaves three sons from

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One might have been excused for thinking that Cliff Comber was losing his marbles when he first declared his intention to set up a race in memory of Alfred Shrubb. Cliff spoke of attracting the cream of local running talent and people from Canada, all chasing a fire engine along a cross country course starting at a farm in Slinfold at the end of October. All in memory of a runner that hardly anyone has ever heard of! So it represented as close to a perfect ending as you’ll ever get when, on a glorious autumnal morning, Alfred Shrubb’s distant relation Nathan Shrubb, having chased a fire truck up a hill 111 years after his famous family member had done likewise, was the first of 111 finishers of the inaugural Alfred Shrubb Memorial Race in Slinfold. Horsham’s Neil Boniface and Andrew Robinson kept him honest, finishing second and third. Also taking part in the race on Sunday morning in the village of Alfred Shrubb’s birthplace was Heather Webber, a power walker who takes part in a similar event in Bowmanville, Canada, held every year, and Rob Hadgraft, who’s book the Little Wonder has raised awareness of Alfred Shrubb’s achievements at the turn of the 20th century. The Alfred Shrubb story dates back to a warm evening in June 1899, when as a 19- year-old he raced and beat a horse drawn fire wagon to an in incident in Southwater. On the way he met the captain of the local athletics

club, Horsham Blue Star Harriers. He joined the club soon after, and the rest is history. Between 1903 and 1904 Alfred held 15 world records from 2,000 yards to the one hour distance record. On November 5th 1904 he broke seven world records in one race and during his career won 1,100 of his 1,800 races. He was so famous that in 1912 his name entered the English language. In his novel 'The Lost World', Arthur Conan Doyle described “a perfect Shrubb”. Following his competitive running career he became a coach at both Harvard USA and Oxford universities, before he eventually retired to Bowmanville, Canada.

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Cliff Comber with Heather Webber

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Continued from Page 4 He is now so highly regarded in Bowmanville that he has a street named after him, and an annual memorial race has been held in his honour since 2003. But over here, he was largely forgotten until the publication of his biography “The Little Wonder” and induction into the England Athletics Hall of Fame. Cliff, from Horsham, said: “Since the race I’ve been inundated with messages and emails from people saying how much they enjoyed it, which makes it all the more worthwhile. “There was a great atmosphere on the day, and I think most people will come back next year. We might move it forward a bit next year so it doesn’t clash with the Great South Run, and perhaps have a kid’s race too.



“Nathan set a really fast time this year, so we’re hoping that maybe we could offer something to anyone who can beat his time next year, but we’ll see!” The winner of the race, Nathan Shrubb, admitted he had felt under pressure to win the race. At the finish line he said: “We’ve known about Alfred for some time, and I’ve read Rob’s book. I always checked up on the race in

Bowmanville too. “When Cliff got hold of me through the Morpeth Harriers, who I run for, it was always my intention to run. But I pulled my Achilles recently so I was a bit worried. “I went for a run on Friday and it felt okay, so I rested it for a couple of days and came here. I probably wouldn’t have taken part in any other race! “I did feel under pressure to win and that was doubled when I turned up and saw all the cameras here! I had to win!” Left: Rob Hadgraft, author of The Little Wonder

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It’s been around since 1721, but rarely can so little have happened at Horsham’s historic Town Hall. We were all set for Bill’s Produce store to come in at Christmas last year. Then summer this year. But it hasn’t happened. Nothing has happened, for the hall is no longer available for hire to community groups. What with all the lack of activity, even the Town Hall clock has gone slightly mad, chiming incessantly for a little attention. But behind the scenes, much has been going on. The council have been trying to push on with plans to bring in Bill’s to the town, using the Town Hall site to bring in a new business and help with the re-generation of Market Square and East Street. But on the other hand, a group of campaigners have been unwilling to let the Town Hall be passed over so easily. A campaign group called Blue Flash Music trust is unhappy about losing a popular community and music venue to another restaurant. They weren’t happy either, about the council’s preferred option of Bill’s when another bid on the table seemingly offered more, at least from a financial perspective. So what we’ve had is a long, drawn out and somewhat bitter battle between a council and a campaign group with massively divided opinions. And there’s been little in the way of compromise. It’s meant that the council has had to spend a not insignificant sum on Freedom of Information requests from the campaign group, who themselves have invested a huge amount of

time and in the cases of elect individuals, money, in what appears likely to prove an unsuccessful bid to ‘save’ the Town Hall. However, that may well now be coming to an end. The campaigners believed they could seek a Judicial Review where by a court would decide if the decision to allow a restaurant at the Town Hall was legitimate. However, Judge Anthony Thornton QC refused permission for the review. Cllr Robert Nye, leader of Horsham District Council, said: “The Judge's decision to refuse permission for a Judicial Review is a very welcome one. “The case has been pending for seven months which has delayed progress with letting the building to Bill’s. “This has meant a substantial loss of income for the council which has in turn put more pressure on our budgets at a time when we can ill afford it." In a letter to Robert Mayfield of the Blue Flash Music Trust, Tom Crowley, chief executive of Horsham District Council, suggested meeting in order to find an alternative venue for the group’s activities. In response, Mr Mayfield’s colleague from the Trust, Martin Jeremiah, wrote: ‘Whilst we obviously have concerns that the Old Town Hall, as an iconic and historic building, might be absolutely central to our plans to establish a major tourism asset for the benefit of the people of the District, we will be pleased to explore and discuss options with the Council towards achieving this goal. ‘We are therefore grateful for your offer of a dialogue. ‘We also note your comments concerning the recent Judicial Review action, but given His Honour Judge Anthony Thornton QC's observations in the primary case of CO/3396/2009, we would not wish to appeal this particular judgement in any event.’ So after all that, where are we? Roughly where we were six months ago! However, it would appear that the major battle over the Town Hall has been lost by those who seek to protect its heritage.

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camp, at 4,700m. “Thirteen of us went on to attempt to reach Uhuru Peak, the highest point on Kilimanjaro at 5,895m. This is higher than the cruising height of the aeroplane that took us there! “Only 8 succeeded, including myself. I am proud that I was the only amputee to reach the summit, but I know the efforts made by every amputee went far beyond those required of an able-bodied

vital funds, the missions themselves are something that is actually fun to do. The same cannot be said for Damian MacDonald! Damian, 41, of Broadbridge Heath, has completed the challenge of a lifetime by climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. A significant achievement in itself, it is all the more remarkable considering that Damian only has one leg. Usually found singing to clients with learning disabilities at local residential homes, or performing in pubs or at functions, on Thursday 21st October at 8am he reached the highest point on the African continent as part of a group of other amputees to raise money for LimbPower. He said: “Fifteen of us started the adventure at the Rongai Gate, including 6 amputees. Four days later we all reached Kibo Hut, the base

climber, and I am equally proud of each of them.” So far, Damian has succeeded in raising £3,762 for the charity LimbPower. Damian had his left leg amputated in 1987 following a road accident, while living in South Africa, and would have found the support of LimbPower invaluable had it been in existence then. He said: “Before the accident, I had been very involved in sport in and out of school. In my age group I was school champion at high jump, I was in the 1st Team for Basketball and Hockey and competed at the equivalent of county level in cross-country running. “Outside school I played football and enjoyed cycling and skateboarding, "At 10:30am on 25th September 1985 that all stopped.” It took about 20 years for Damian to find the inspiration

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and opportunity to try again. First he started running again, which led to a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join the Team GB Rowing Squad, training for the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. Unfortunately he didn’t make the final squad, but the experience encouraged him to try more. In 2008, he met Kiera Roche, founder of LimbPower, and was invited to the Amputee Games at Stoke Mandeville. In April 2010, he managed to ride a bike again for the first time, completing a 16-mile charity ride in June 2010, which led to the opportunity to join the Kilimanjaro Challenge, replacing a team member who had to drop out. Damian is very popular with his clients, and some of the residential homes have held raffles and other fundraising events to help raise funds within the short three month preparation time. Now that Damian has completed the challenge, he hopes others will support LimbPower. “My clients and friends have been very generous and I hope other people in the town will sponsor me if they can.” In particular, Damian thanked Tracy Harris of Summerhouse Yoga, Helen Jackson, who arranged a charity disco; and a number of local businesses for corporate donations and for providing raffle prizes.” Damian-MacDonald.

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Mike Whiteley aka ‘The Strum Lovin Criminal’ is joined by Owen Wilson aka ‘The Fretless Kid’ at The Tanners Arms, Brighton Road, Horsham from around 9pm. They will play a mix of classic songs from the two Elvis’, Beatles , Stones and Bee Gees and a smattering of Mike’s originals

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Horsham Town Centre Festival continues, with mask making workshops, Halloween competitions, and shops participating in trick or treat games for kids. There’s also a whole range of music, including the Battle of the Bands final tonight. Once again the funfair will return

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It’s the final of the Battle of the Bands tonight. It’s been a great competition this year, with more entries than last year, and more variety too. Let’s hope that’s reflected in the final, at the Carfax bandstand from 6pm. If it’s raining head to the Drill Hall in Denne Rd. Come and support your faves!

The Warnham Society will hold its Autumn Meeting in Warnham Village Hall at 7:30 for 8:00pm. A presentation will be made by The Woodland Trust on woods, trees and wildlife in the area. Members and visitors welcome free of charge. Drinks and refreshment available.

Postman Pat and his cat, who is a mixture of two colours, are coming to the Capitol. In Pencaster, a Royal visitor is due to open the SDS Sorting Office. But when a storm hits the village only one man can save the day. Superman? Batman? No, the postie! Tickets £10, children £10.

There’s a free family day out to celebrate national Apple day. Children can help Sussex Wildlife Trust (SWT) plant an orchard at Fishers Farm Park near Billingshurst at 1-5pm. Activities include apple bobbing and apple juice pressing. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

Billingshurst will be turned into a stage as local young people put on a free dance show at Jengers Mead. Dances will be performed throughout the day in the street, local shops, bus stops and parking bays. A performance in the Village Hall, at 7pm, will be the finale.

Horsham Rugby Club are not as good as they should be - a lot of decent players who came up through the youths have left for clubs with deeper pockets. But quietly, the Coolhurstbased club have been grinding out good results. See them today at home to Medway, 3pm.

There’s a big fireworks night at Horsham Cricket and Sports Club at Cricketfield Road tonight. The event, staged by professional organisers Aurora, starts at 7.30pm with gates open fro 6pm. Beer tent and hot food available. Parking at Sainsbury’s. Tickets £5 from club or bar.

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There’s plenty of musical enjoyment during the town centre festival. At 10-2pm there’s a range of Horsham's diverse choirs performing, at 3-3.30pm Halloween Thrillers! features a Sing-a-long-of Monster Hits including the Monster Mash, before Chinchilla Zilla play party hits.

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Horsham Poppy Shop (at the former Information Shop in East Street) opens with a Poppy Appeal Launch at 10.30am, with a grand Instant Raffle, and music. Last year £35,000 was donated by the people of Horsham. Remembrance Sunday will be held on 14th November

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Warnham Local Nature Reserve hosts an 'RSPB feed the Birds Day’. This is a special event organised by The Friends of Warnham LNR and the RSPB. Come along and maybe buy a bird feeder or join a guided walk. 10am - 4pm Cost: Just the cost of entry - £1 adults, under 16s free

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Some 2000 runners will take part in the Barns Green Half Marathon today from 11am. This year the vent is sponsored by Five Oaks Audi and Slinfold Golf and Country Club. Let’s hope for better than the weather they had last year. Fore more info see

Wimblehurst Hotel in Wimblehurst Road, Horsham hosts a Wedding Fair on between 11am-4pm . You can look around the venue, marquee and see the many exhibitors, and there’s a Fashion Show at 1pm. For more information call Leslie Smalling on 07775 977954.

QM Studios will be running Live Music Workshops again this half term, starting today. Meet and work alongside professional session musicians and experience a live studio. Ages 10 – 16yrs. To book or for info call Mandy on 07813 049666 or email

Horsham Photographic Society presents its second exhibition, designed especially for the Capitol from now until today. It’s a chance to enjoy members' interpretation of the title 'Past Summer'. For more info visit horshamphotographicsociety

Support the Cats Protection Horsham & District Branch at the 'Cat-stravaganza' fundraising event at The Millennium Hall in Roffey, from 2-4pm. Featuring our ever popular tombola for all the family. See for more details.

Fire Stilt Walkers are new to the Southwater Junior School’s fireworks show this year. It begins with a quiet firework display suitable for younger children, before the main spectacular firework display. Enjoy great food and drinks from the beer tent. From 5.30pm.

Horsham Amateur Boxing Club hosts a great night of sport at the Holbrook Club. Local fighters Danny Kirkland, Ben Gumbrell, Ben Pringle, Dan Purchase, Ian Bradley and Asa Pearson all take to the ring. 7-11pm, tickets £12 in advance from Apache, Horsham Barbers or 751150.

Horsham Rugby Club is due to hold its annual fireworks and bonfire night tonight at the club’s ground in Coolhurst (off Hammerpond Rd). That’s not it above - that’s a pic from the Wicker Man! Should have a licensed bar and entertainment. Check the website

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HAODS is proud to present Cole Porter's Kiss Me Kate in its glittering 1999 revival version. The story is one of fun, farce, and ultimately love, amongst a troupe of touring actors who are themselves putting on a musical version of The Taming of the Shrew. Tickets £13-17 from 750220

Evan Thomas, a Messianic Jew and Jack Sara, a Palestinian Christian are both pastors from Israel. They will both be talking at the Kingdom Faith Chuch on Foundry Lane, Horsham, at a one day national conference called “Breaking Thru” Tickets £5 from

High Definition Opera is broadcast live in Screen 1 of The Capitol via satellite from the Metropolitan Opera, New York. Next up, Don Pasquale, with John Del Carlo in the title role. When Otto Schenk’s production premiered in 2006, the New York Times called it “brilliant.

Piries Place traders have come together and are rather admirably going to try and build some sort of Christmas spirit this year, as the local council still cannot commit to big spending. There’s a switch on of the lights tonight, with the rest of the town’s decorations turned on too

You can see some of Horsham’s acoustic talent at the Holbrook Club, North Heath Lane, in the acoustic Battle of the Bands showcase tonight. It features The Collector, Lauren Rebecca, Gregk Foley, Elspeth Cavell, Noface and more. Doors open at 6.30pm, £3 entry.

This weekend Horsham travel to Truro in the second qualifying round of the FA Trophy. If you fancy that, best find out more at If not, pencil in today, as Horsham are at home to Crawley, going well these days, in the Sussex Senior Challenge Cup.

Horsham piano and electronic keyboard teacher Mark Reeves is staging a concert at Brighton Road Baptist Church, Horsham at 7pm. About 25 of his young students will perform pop, rock, jazz and classical music in aid of BBC Children in Need. Tickets £2.50, children FREE.

Florence - the city and its painters is the subject of the next meeting of Horsham Decorative & Fine Arts Society. The group meets at the Capitol Theatre in Horsham at The speaker is Shirley Turner MA Oxon. Visitors are very welcome. Admission is £5

Deakin Fine Wines host a Christmas Wine Tasting evening on Friday, 19th November. The event is held at The Drill Hall, Denne Road, Horsham at 5.30-9.30pm, with free parking to the rear at 6pm. For more info call 01403 248130 or email

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the show. The two frontmen Matt and Dan once again impressed everyone, even those not into the genre, with their excellent mic control, tight diction and vocal clarity and some hard-hitting lyrics. They were joined on the chorus of one song by a female

“crewmember” who added a layer of multi-effected vocals to great effect. The standout song for me was a new one “Thug” which was hip-hop’s answer to “Down in the Tube Station at Midnight”. A mention must be made about the two DJs Andy and

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Ben who had total control of the sound as well as getting into the visuals. Eight Dirty Pages rose to the challenge of following that with a great all round sound and frontwoman Leah’s voice has never sounded better, especially with bass player Gaz now providing backing vocals. Graham did his ‘guitar behind the head thing’ and Mark is one of the few drummers that can “swing” as well as drive a song when needed and Andy also impressed with his slide playing, the pedalbend lead solo, and not to mention those white trousers and boots! Honour is Dead (right) are a metal band with lady keyboard player in Aimy Miller and a line in garish t-shirts. They also had a stand in bassist in Pete Brookman depping admirably for the unwell Westy. They’ve toured in Europe and have a loyal following, one fan even growling a couple of lines into singer Phil’s proffered mic.

They got a synchronized mosh pit going and a slightly less synchronized mosh pit broke out around the dancing pole. They were good at what they do, not my thing but the keyboards and whirling blonde hair kept me interested. Leaving Casanova were next up and had changed their style a bit since last year from Arctic Monkeys to more like the Foo Fighters, and were much the better for it. The hooky chorus of opening number ‘Today’s Another Day’ set the scene for a high energy performance, especially from frontman Alex, which as well as pleasing their teenage fans drew appreciative comments from some older heads. It was left to metal band Through Deficit to close the show. They have

improved considerably from last year but this band still needs work! They started well with a twin lead guitar motif before the rather predictable metal riffage. Emma’s drumming is a lot tighter and she put in a good few fills in the breakdowns, they need to sort out their guitar sound as Josh’s lead breaks were lost in the mix. But as their last song said ‘What the Hell’, they were enjoying what they do and that’s what this event is all about. After the judges and audience votes were counted the Phrase Mob ‘massif’ carried the day and it was they who went through to the final with Eight Dirty Pages just losing out. The last two places went to Everafta and The Brilliantly Simple on audience votes. The Final takes place next Friday 29th October at 6.30pm at the Carfax Bandstand and will feature in order Blue Stragglers, The Brilliantly Simple, Killing Vegas, Retrospect, Everafta and Phrase Mob.

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A -Z of local news A C F shington's annual Christmas Fayre is held on Saturday, 27th November at Ashington Community Centre, at 12-3pm at £20 a table. For details on booking a table call Margaret on 01903 892633. There will be Father Christmas, carol singing, home-made cakes, bric-a-brac, hot lunch and refreshments and lots of Christmas stalls.


ats Protection’s Horsham & District Branch has issued advice to local owners to help keep pet cats safe during the fireworks season. Whilst the celebrations can be great fun for people, cats can be left stressed-out, confused or injured by fireworks. Apart from the obvious physical damage suffered through accidental contact with fireworks, cats can be badly affected by fireworks noise and lights. For tips on keeping cats safe visit


ewick’s swans have arrived at RSPB Pulborough Brooks, possibly the earliest ever in Sussex. The birds have flown from their summer breeding grounds in Siberia to spend the winter feeding on the flooded fields in the Arun Valley. Pete Hughes, RSPB Pulborough Brooks warden, said: “Bewicks usually turn up in late November. It’s possible that an early cold snap has meant they’ve left their breeding grounds in search of suitable feeding areas.”

iary dates can be added to a new page on Horsham District Council’s website. Event organisers can promote their events to the public for free on the ‘Events in the District’ pages. The only criteria is that the event must be open to the public and takes place within the district. Not as good as our Events guide mind, which is also free!


ast Street will host the Horsham Local Produce and Craft Market, which is normally held in the Carfax, this Saturday (30th Oct). The market has relocated to East Street and Market Square due to the Horsham Town Centre

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ans of Harry Potter will be getting excited, as we now have a date for the first showing of Harry Potter and the Dearthly Hallows in Horsham. The film is showing in both cinema screens at The Capitol from Friday, 19th November. Booking will be open soon.


et your skates on in Steyning, thanks to a £1,000 grant from Chanctonbury County Local Committee for a temporary ice rink. The application, from Steyning Chamber of Trade, was for Community Initiative Funding towards the cost of a temporary ice rink as part of a late night shopping community event in Steyning on Wednesday, 8th December.


ere’s the full list of fireworks displays, in case you didn’t pick up a copy of The Resident last week. Horsham Cricket and Sports Club has a display at 7.30pm on

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30th October, tickets cost £5. The Red Lyon in Slinfold has its display on 5th November at 7pm (tickets £5/2). On the same night the Holbrook Club hosts its display, with children’s fireworks at 7.10pm and the main display at 7.30pm. Tickets must be purchased by a club member. Horsham Rugby Club, Broadbridge Heath and Southwater all have displays on 6th November. Rugby club has a bonfire at 7pm (tickets £7/3), the BBH procession starts at 6.30pm from Sullington Mead (donation of about £3) and for Southwater’s info see the letter Q.


evin Locke directs this year’s family pantomime by Henfield Theatre Company, called The Pompeii Panto. The panto, written by Jim Sperinck, is held at 7.30pm on the evenings of 5th to 8th January with matinees at 2.30pm on 8th and 9th Jan at The Henfield Hall. Tickets (£9 and £11) from 01273 492141 from 6th Dec.


nsect attracting plants like honeysuckle and ivy provide extra food sources for birds during the winter and can be planted now, says the RSPB. Last winter people rallied to help garden birds survive the record freezing temperatures and the RSPB is urging the people of Horsham to get involved in Feed the Birds Day is on 30th. For more information visit


ive along to the music of The Bee Gees and Abba in The Winner Takes it All, at the Capitol on Thursday, 18th November.



oz Netto Band play at the Tanners Arms in Horsham on 6th November. Then on Sunday 7th at the Holbrook Club it’s the Battle of the Bands covers final, with Nirvana Sound and The Allisons on the bill.






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ask making workshops will be held today (Friday) and tomorrow at 10am-3pm, in Swan Walk (outside Wilkinsons) as part of the Town Centre Festival. It’s ideal for children aged six years and upwards (children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult) and costs £2.50.


o Jacket Required, the ultimate Phil Collins tribute band, return to Horsham, their hometown, on Saturday, 6th November. Having sold out on their previous five visits, booking early is recommended for this spectacular show. Tickets are £16 from the Capitol Theatre Box Office on 01403 750220. For more info visit


ld Mill Steam Fair has returned to Horsham as another highlight of the Town Centre Festival, until 30th October. It opens to the public from 10am until late. The turn-of-thecentury-style funfair features a beautiful Carousel, thrilling Chairo-Planes, a Haunted Castle, Cups

and Saucers and more, as well as the giant Ferris Wheel which offers views over the entire town centre.


olice have cautioned an 18year-old woman from Horsham who falsely claimed she was the victim of a sexual assault. The woman claimed she was assaulted by a man when she was walking past Crawley railway station in August. An investigation was launched but the woman recently admitted to officers that she had lied. She has received a caution for wasting police time.


uiet fireworks will be displayed at Southwater’s annual extravaganza on 6th November, at 6.15pm. Gates open at 5.15pm with the first fire stilt walkers at 5.45pm. A Guy competition will be judged around 6pm. A quiet firework display for younger children will take place at 6.15pm, followed by the main display at 7pm. Tickets can be bought in ad-

vance from the Candy Box, Horsham and Bearing Gifts, Southwater. Advance £4 adult £1 child, on the gate £5/ £2.


oar with laughter at a night of comedy at the Holbrook Club, Horsham, on Friday, 12th November. On the bill will be Kerry Godliman, Jimbo, Danny Buckler, Brian Damage & Krysstal. Doors opens at 7pm, show starts at 8.15pm till late! Members £10 Non-Members £13 (incl. finger buffet)


outhwater’s Christmas craft and gift market will be held at the Southwater Leisure Centre, Pevensey Rd, on Sunday, 14th November, at 11am - 3pm. Stalls include handmade crafts and produce, card and wrap, jewellery, candles, handbags, soaps, children’s gifts, face and nail painting, pottery and more. Entry is by donation to Chestnut Tree House. For info on setting up a stall call 07956 629664


raffic was held up by a cow running along the A24 towards Dorking last Friday. As a result of officers trying to catch the cow, which escaped twice, there was a substantial

build up of traffic. PC Jason Martin said: “This is a very busy road and we are grateful that a serious collision was avoided. I would like to thank the public for their patience as we tried to contain the cow.” The cow was eventually secured in a field on Station Road.


nder floodlights, Sussex Thunder will take on the Leicester Falcons at Broadbridge Heath Stadium, on 20th November. All profits from the game will go to Help for Heroes. The game will kick off at 6pm, BBQ providing burgers and hot dogs. Entry £3, under 16’s free.


oice From The Coal Shed choirs will take part in the world’s first ‘Choiroke’ concert at The Hawth on 3rd November at 7.30pm. Horsham choirs ‘Divas Undaunted’, ‘TORCH’ and ‘Voices’ will be involved, singing for His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Burma, guest of honour.


arnham pub The Greets has teamed up with A&R Bailey’s butchers to pay homage to the Great British Banger. Available throughout the first week of November will be a special line-up of six amazing sausages and choice of four different types of mash, as the pub celebrates ‘Bangers and Beer’ week.


Factor fans. You’re not going to even remember the winner of the contest this time next year, so do yourself a favour - turn off the TV and go and see some fireworks at the Cricket Club on Saturday instead!


oungsters still have time to take part in a Trick or Treat competition, organised by the Rotary Club for Halloween. A number of Horsham shops are taking part in the contest, and you can pick up an entry form at several outlets (Goodacres is one) If you complete the form you could well win one of the cash prizes up for grabs!


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Councillor Liz Kitchen met some pupils from Forest and Millais schools, who created the willow sculptures in the trail. She said: “It’s great to see our young people engaged in such an exciting project on our countryside sites.”

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Join us on SAUCY JACK AND THE SPACE VIXENS Wednesday 3 - Saturday 6 November Wed, Thu & Sat 8pm, Fri 7.30pm & 11pm In The Studio Hit & Run Theatre Co are back with this high-energy musical set in a futuristic cabaret bar called Saucy Jack’s. However all is not well and danger lurks in every corner as the cabaret acts are picked off one by one, will the Space Vixens be able to save the day? NO JACKET REQUIRED Saturday 6 November 7.45pm It’s always an event when No Jacket Required come back to their hometown and as always, you can expect the full Phil Collins live experience with faithful renditions of ballads like Against All Odds, One More Night, Groovy Kind of Love, Easy Lover and they even throw in some Genesis too! BLOWERS CAUGHT SHORT AND GRUMPY Sunday 14 November 7.30pm From Mike Gatting to the Queen Mum, Blowers pours forth on a legendary career which has taken him from a brief sojourn in a merchant bank to four hip operations. Not forgetting cricket, Blowers talks about the Test Match Special commentary box and will be on hand to answer audience questions.

WHO KILLED AGATHA CHRISTIE Tuesday 2 - Wednesday 3 November 7.30pm Tudor Gates’ taut and gripping thriller starring NEIL ROBERTS (Rex Buckland in Charmed and Richard in Life Bites)E. The twist-inthe-tale story of theatre critic, Arthur ‘Agatha’ Christie who is lured to a clandestine meeting with playwright, John Terry.

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Jack’s back for saucy sing-along in space If it’s even half as much fun as it sounds, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens should be the hottest ticket in town. This interactive, high-energy musical, by Hit and Run Theatre Company, is back at the Capitol on 3rd-6th November 2010. In a far flung corner of the universe the notorious planet, Frottage III, offers refuge to the depraved in the shape of Saucy Jack’s - a dark and seedy cabaret club presided over by the alluring and charismatic Saucy Jack himself. But all is not well at Saucy Jack's. Danger lurks in every corner and the evil shadow

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of the ‘Slingback Killer’ looms... Cabaret artistes are being picked off one by one, the heel of a sequined slingback plunged into their youthful chests, whilst those who favour plastic and glitter are being oppressed. Will the Space Vixens arrive in time to halt the blood lust and save the day by the power of disco? There's only one way to find out... Following their recent success with Annie, the company are back at The Capitol in the studio for just 5 performances only. Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens is a musical set in a futuristic cabaret bar where the audience are very much

part of the show! It’ll feature regular Hit & Run performers including Kevin Sharp, Nick Merrick, Michael Gattrell, Patrick Barrett, James Etheridge, Kelly O’Haire, Rebecca Swann, Jon Hope, Nikki Saunders, Karen Draper, Sian Willett, Nicolle Hope, Nick Sear, Andy Narsi, James Simmonds as well as some new faces to the company, Abi Paige, Jo Lintern and Claude Hopkins. So enter Jack’s tawdry world… grab a drink, kick back & relax. You’ll enjoy the ride…….. and that’s a promise! Tickets are available on line at Or by calling 01403 750220

Burke and Hare (15) Based on the true story about the famous murderers, 'Burke And Hare' follows the hapless exploits of these two men as they fall into the profitable business of providing bodies for the medical fraternity in Edinburgh Stars: Simon Pegg, Andy Serkis 29th Oct - 11th Nov

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What better way to spend a November evening than visiting The Capitol to see one or more of the films that have programmed? The dramatisation of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant, Made in Dagenham where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination is showing for just 3 days from Friday, 12th November. A young newspaper writer Tamara Drewe returns to her hometown in the English countryside, where her childhood home is being prepped for sale, starring Gemma Arterton, showing from Monday, 15th November. And don’t miss The Illusionist, which is showing for just three days on the big screen in the main theatre and tells the story of a French illusionist who

finds himself out of work so travels to Scotland, where he meets a young woman. Their ensuing adventure changes both their lives forever. The long awaited Harry Potter and the Dearthly Hallows is showing in both cinema screens here at The Capitol from Friday 19th November. Booking will be open soon for this. Finally don't forget to keep checking the ‘on stage’ section of The Capitol's website prior to the brochure being published, you will note that shows are added daily so log on and be the first to book. Look out for a big announcement next week with regards to Bolshoi Ballet - Watch this space!


Legends of the Guardians (PG) Soren, a young barn owl, is kidnapped by owls of St. Aggie's, ostensibly an orphanage, where owlets are brainwashed into becoming soldiers. Stars: Jim Sturgess, Geoffrey Rush -4th Nov

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Doing it the Italian way


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Filippo Marziano arrived in Horsham from his native Sicily in 1991. At first glance at the pictures most of you will recognise him from his 14 years at Panino’s in the Carfax. In his time he has seen many comings and goings in the tapestry of Horsham’s recent restaurant past. It has always been his dream to own and chef in his own Classic Italian Restaurant preparing authentic Italian cuisine while sourcing the finest ingredients from his homeland. So four years ago Filippo’s Italian Restaurant in Piries Place was born. Conveniently situated next to the car park and seating up to 60 guests, Filippo’s Restaurant has undergone a complete refurbishment with the aim of providing a high class, typically Italian atmosphere. All dishes are freshly made and cooked to order, guests

are even welcome in the kitchen to watch Filippo at work. An impressive sight is watching the chef toss the pizza dough which has previously been freshly made moments earlier using imported flour from the home of pizza, Napoli. Nothing here is pre-made, vacuum packed or bought in, everything is cooked on site in the authentic Italian way. Filippo’s is a family business and children are welcome, in fact they have the pick of the whole menu in smaller portions. A take away service for the full a la carte menu is also available. Knowing what is on offer in the town now, owner and chef Filippo Marziano is eager for people to come and try his cooking and judge for themselves. He is confident he will be welcoming them back soon.

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Filippo’s is currently taking bookings for the Christmas season. Our Christmas set menu is available via email or direct from the restaurant. Birthday parties and other special occasions can be catered for. Families as well as bigger groups are welcome. Filippo’s, 5a Park Place, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1DF Tel: 01403 271125 - Email: - Website: Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday 11am-3pm and 6.00pm-late, Saturday 11am-late, and Sunday 12pm-9pm

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The Lie in, the Witch and the Wardrobe

I am inspired by the popular children’s classic and a little prodding from our Resident feng shui expert, Janine Lowe, to declutter the wardrobe! Although a lie in is very tempting when the clocks go back this weekend, I know the feeling of smugness at opening the doors to a colour coded wardrobe will far outweigh the benefits of an extra snooze! Janine gives us advice on this positive process this week. As someone who has just discovered a jar of Indian spices in the back of my food cupboard with the sell by date of December 1993, I think I am sadly in need of such advice! So the wardrobe awaits! Well, it may not lead into the land of Narnia as in the afore mentioned tale, but there are ceratinly enough reminders of illusion and fantasy within the small confines of the space! We are reminded of our former selves when we start the journey of sorting out old clothes and shudder when we discover the leather trousers which we were convinced were the last word in cool, can no longer, even be prised over our ankles! How many of us have a fat and a thin wardrobe? My only problem at the moment, is that the fat section is taking over rapidly and the thin section is giving up the ghost! What is to be done? Do we hold onto our dreams of once again dazzling in the skin tight sequinned dress like

a celebrity in’ Strictly Come Dancing ‘ or do we resign ourselves to donating such items to charity shops? There is another alternative which can help you clear your space but also keep those precious items which may one day be passed onto to daughters, or be worn again by our slimmer selves, -storage in someone else’s space! There is an article about the benefits of storing a wide range of items in our feature this week and Big Bear Storage solutions can provide a very economical service. As Cathryn Hindle discusses the recent TV programme ‘The Young Ones’ in her column, we are reminded that memories can serve a purpose and that living your life with the ideals of your youth still firmly in your mind can enhance your health and well being. So store those dresses as they may serve to motivate and inspire you in the future and as we all know fashion always comes back! However, do not forget the charity shops for those other less favoured pieces, as one person’s fashion nightmare can be someone else’s dream ! It was also a shock to discover last Christmas, the remnants of a pumpkin which had been destined to be transformed into a lantern for Halloween! I am sure there is a very good opportunity for an entrepreneurial spirit to launch a Halloween lantern


making business at this time of year Granted, it would be a short term business, but it would make a killing in one day! It seems that Halloween has been Americanised more and more in recent years and the annual Trick and Treat ritual is now part of the season. Is it a good thing to encourage children to demand sweets or is it simply an outlet for their mischievous side? Do you hide behind the sofa while the local children bang on your door or do you have an array of treats awaiting the little darlings? As we have to grow accustomed to dark nights, we all need to pamper ourselves more in the hours of daylight and we are delighted to welcome Slinfold Golf and Country Club to our pages this week as they can offer us all a range of treats from massages to Body Combat classes – why should the kids have all the fun? Read our feature on their spa and beauty offerings and book a date in your diary. Well we need to reward ourselves after all this decluttering! Now do I keep this spice or throw it away?

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Change your mind and change your life! Imagine if anything was possible, and you were leading the life you’d love to live. Yes, it might sound like a pipe-dream, but what is holding you back? We say things like ‘I would, but I can’t because I’m too young/old/fat/ disorganised/…’ or I can’t because I’m not clever/thin/ attractive/rich/lucky/… enough’. When doing this, we limit our potential and as the saying goes ‘if you think you can’t you can’t, and if you think you can, you can’. Our beliefs about ourselves play a huge part in how we perceive ourselves and the world, and this was demonstrated in a fascinating BBC TV series last month ‘The Young Ones’. In the programme, six celebrities aged between 76 -88 took part in a week-long experiment to see whether

they could regain some of the vitality of their younger selves. It was fascinating to see how, in one week, by changing their mindset they could improve their quality of life in measurable ways, regaining confidence and positivity. Not only had they previously limited their possibilities by having a fixed view of what was and wasn’t possible for them in their later years, but also the people around them had reinforced those views by treating them as ‘old people’, incapable of doing things or thinking for themselves. It is true that as well as holding ourselves back, we often hold others back by discouraging them, or having a limited view of what is possible for them. Liz Smith, (who played Nanna in The Royle Family) said at the end of the

programme: ‘I thought I couldn’t do it, then I tried it, and now I know I can’. Another said ‘I always thought that getting old meant going downhill, now I know differently’. The programme was a real inspiration for anybody looking to get more out of life. Whatever your age, what we believe about our own potential, and the potential of those around us, has an enormous effect on what we achieve in life. So if there’s something you’d love to do, but you’re being held back, perhaps now is the time to think about giving it a go! As for my own personal challenge, I’ve now had my third and fourth swimming lessons, and am proud to say I’m making good progress, despite not being thin/rich/ young enough – and looking very odd in my swimming cap

and goggles! My swimming coach commented that she can see I’ve been practicing, which has really boosted my confidence. I am finding the co-ordination requirements of forward crawl to be quite a challenge, but I am determined to keep going! How are you getting on with your Autumn Challenge? Next time, I will be answering any questions you may have on coaching, so if there’s anything you’d like to know, please write or email. I look forward to hearing from you. Cathryn Hindle Write in to: Health & Lifestyle, The Resident, 26 North Street, Horsham, RH12 1RQ or email julia.martin@ You can also find us on Facebook: www.facebook. com/

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Clear out the ghosts of the past by de-cluttering your wardrobe!

Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art which explores the use of the five elements; fire, earth, water, wood and metal in a space. Feng Shui expert, Janine Lowe, believes that the benefits of clearing out your wardrobe at this time of year, will affect your life as well as your organisation of space. She says “The position of the wardrobe in your house or flat will dictate the area which will benefit the most from a clear out so, for example, if your wardrobe is in the SW area, then relationships will be affected. Refer to the Lo Shu grid below to check out which part of your life will be

enhanced by this process” “All your clothes, shoes and handbags have attachments to past lives or loves. The wardrobe can be seen as a reflection of all those former parties, special occasions and holidays you may remember with affection or may want to forget! The process of decluttering sets you free from your past and makes it easier to plan the future as you will be able to find things more easily and so be less stressed.” Follow Janine’s tips below to ensure a stress free clear out, or even better, ask Janine to come and help you as moral support and advice is crucial to success.

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Big Bear can help! Whether you are decluttering, moving house, setting up a business with a large stock volume, Big Bear storage solutions can help! The Big Bear offers storage solutions in large containerised units for very economical rates, as well as offering a stress free removal service. Having recently moved myself, I can personally endorse their friendly and efficient service which made a major event almost enjoyable! The guys were quick and organised and

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Retreat into indulgence What could beat those winter blues more than a weekly spa experience? Just imagine how wonderful that could be! Well it is possible! Imagine a day when you start by have a relaxing facial and Indian head massage using top quality E’spa products, in a beautiful oriental styled room, followed by a languorous massage, and a leisurely swim, in a pool surrounded

by views of lush green countryside. Later on, you can luxuriate in the therapeutic vapours of the steam room followed by an invigorating session in the whirlpool bath catching up with friends. If you are feeling in need of some exercise after all this relaxation, you can join in with one of a wide selection of classes such as Yoga or Pilates to keep you relaxed or a Body Pump or Body Combat

if you want to feel energised. Perhaps a spot of gym work is more appealing? Well the gym with its full range of state of the art machines and friendly helpful staff awaits you and you can have your own individual personalised programme to keep you on track. Whether it is a solo treat or shared with friends, Slinfold Golf and Country Club can offer you all the pampering of a high class spa combined with the friendliness of a local club. There is a bar and restaurant area where you can relax in a comfortable leather armchair and read the newspaper or have a little social chit chat on the terrace while soaking up the last rays of winter sun. What more could you want in the dark days of winter? A perfect treat to leave you... replenished, relaxed and revitalised!

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Using the luxurious ESPA products for treatments and the renowned Jessica products for nails, the Retreat at Slinfold Golf & Country Club offers the whole range of treatments that you could wish for: Facials and eye treatments Body treatments, wraps and massages Manicures and pedicures Self-tanning and waxing Spa days Speak to our booking receptionists to find out more details about the treatments on offer, and to take advantage of a 50% reduction off your first treatment.

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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 15/10/2010 and 21/10/2010 DC/10/1960 Re-thatch top layer of roof in water seed, onto a base of combed wheat seed (Conservation Area Consent) Kennards Hog Lane Amberley Arundel BN18 9NQ DC/10/1800 Surgery to 1 Holly (T1) tree (Work to Trees in Conservation Area) Gastons Church Street Amberley BN18 9ND DC/10/1947 Retrospective permission for an oak clad potting shed, green powder coated greenhouse and a brick fire pit The Thatched Cottage Hog Lane Amberley Arundel West Sussex BN18 9NQ DC/10/2183 Surgery to 1 Hornbeam (T1) and row of Oak (G2) trees 10 Covert Mead Ashington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3PR DC/10/2160 Fell 1 Ash (T1) and surgery to 1 Ash trees (T3) (Works to Trees in Conservation Area)Sunnyside 105 High Street Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9QX DC/10/1852 Alterations to roof line and re-roofing using plain clay tiles Grainingfold Farm House Horsham Road Five Oaks Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9AT DC/10/2194 Surgery to 1 Ash tree (Work to Trees in a Conservation Area) 132 High Street Billingshurst West Sussex RH14 9EP DC/10/2144 Proposed new driveway, retaining wall and railings and new vehicular crossover 2 Glenthorne Henfield Road Cowfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 8DR DC/10/1958 Modifications to East wing to provide rearrangement of family bathroom and bedroom and to form new corridor within other bedroom (Listed Building Consent) Clerks Eastlands Lane Cowfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 8AY DC/10/2173 Surgery to 1 Beech (T1) and 1 Rhododendron trees West Lodge Beedingwood Drive Colgate West Sussex RH12 4TE DC/10/2185 Surgery to 1 x Oak tree (T1) Oak Cottage Sandy Lane Watersfield RH20 1NF DC/10/2121 Change of use from residential to part residential - part commercial property 1 Priory Cottages London Road Hardham Pulborough West Sussex RH20 1LD DC/10/2122 Installation of signage (advertisement consent) 1 Priory Cottages London Road

Hardham Pulborough RH20 1LD DC/10/2163 Surgery to 1 x Oak and 2 Sycamore trees (G1) Highdene High Street Henfield West Sussex BN5 9DA DC/10/2156 To erect a stand alone building of timber construction for the purpose of a garden room 6 Cedar Way Henfield BN5 9RZ DC/10/2197 2-storey front extension, roof extension and conversion Helmsly Upper Station Road Henfield West Sussex BN5 9PL DC/10/2170 Proposed single and 2-storey rear extensions 74 Hill Mead Horsham RH12 2PX DC/10/2164 Proposed extension and alterations to convert existing bungalow into twostorey house 141 Comptons Lane Horsham West Sussex RH13 6BH DC/10/2186 Change of use on first floor from B1 to A1/B8, change of use on second floor from B1 to B1/B8 use Sussex Stationers Plc 42 - 43 Swan Walk Horsham West Sussex RH12 1HQ DC/10/2188 Front extension to form enlarged hall and downstairs WC Hele Farm Sandhills Road Barns Green West Sussex RH13 0PU DC/10/2177 Surgery to 3 Pine trees (Work to Trees in Conservation Area) Force Eight Mill Lane Lower Beeding West Sussex RH13 6PX DC/10/2202 Surgery to 4 x Oak tree 19 Lime Kiln Road Mannings Heath RH13 6JH DC/10/2146 Surgery to 1 x Oak tree 19 Lime Kiln Road Mannings Heath RH13 6JH DC/10/2174 Surgery to 3 x Oak (T1, T2, T3) trees. Wychwood Lime Kiln Road Mannings Heath Horsham West Sussex RH13 6JH DC/10/2169 Erection of a two-storey side extension 73 Beech Road Horsham RH12 4NW DC/10/2193 Single storey front and rear extensions, first floor extension over existing ground floor 2 Windmill Cl, Horsham RH13 6BY DC/10/2155 Front first floor extension 51 Blenheim Road Horsham West Sussex RH12 5AD DC/10/2181 Ground floor conservatory 35 Barnsnap Close Horsham West Sussex RH12 5XY DC/10/2145 Fell 1 Maple 12 Aston Rise Pulborough West Sussex RH20 2JA DC/10/2159 Ground and first floor extensions Little Benhams Cottage Friday Street Rusper Horsham West Sussex RH12 4QA DC/10/2179 At ground floor level on the front of the

property, to replace an existing flat roof with a sloping concrete tiled roof and extend garage forward 17 The Marts Rudgwick Horsham West Sussex RH12 3HH DC/10/1882 Change of use of agricultural building to garage for Smithers Farm House Smithers Farm Guildford Road Rudgwick Horsham West Sussex RH12 3BX DC/10/2161 Conversion and change of use of single storey unit to form veterinary surgery at units B and D Lyons Farm Estate Unit B Lyons Farm Estate Lyons Road Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0QP DC/10/2165 Two-storey side and rear extension to existing semi-detached dwelling Shere Cottage Hayes Lane Slinfold RH13 0SJ DC/10/1889 Additional special care facilities Rapkyns Care Centre Guildford Road Broadbridge Heath Horsham West Sussex RH12 3PQ DC/10/2133 Extension to residential dwelling Lane End Lyons Road Slinfold Horsham West Sussex RH13 0QS DC/10/2189 2-storey rear and side extension and new porch Mockbridge Cottage Brighton Road Shermanbury Horsham RH13 8HD DC/10/1138 New entrance porch and first floor side extension and alterations Beaumonts Frylands Lane Wineham BN5 9BT DC/10/2191 Change of use of redundant farm buildings to B8 use (units 1-4 Lower Barn, Brooks Green Road, Coolham) Baileys Farm Brooks Green Road Coolham DC/10/2184 14 Sharp photovoltaic solar panels to the East and South elevations Southwater Village Hall Church Lane Southwater Horsham West Sussex RH13 9BT DC/10/1649 Sub-division of the building and change of use to a section of nursery building from C2 to D1 The Nursery Christs Hospital School The Avenue Christs Hospital DC/10/2147 Two new dwellings to replace existing dwelling St Francis Thakeham Road Storrington Pulborough RH20 3NG DC/10/1962 Change of use for ground floor from B1 (Office) to residential consisting of removal of inserted partitions to allow ground floor to be reintegrated into the main body of the dwelling 3 Church Street Storrington RH20 4LA DC/10/1970 Prune 2 No. trees, Fell 1 No. tree (TPO) Land South of 2 Downsview Avenue Storrington West Sussex DC/10/2142 Convert existing garage to playroom, new

second floor to create 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, new porch and new garage 9 Manor Close Storrington RH20 4LF DC/10/2178 Installation of a metal box on the front of the building to contain A4 sized menu cards (Listed Building Consent) Chequer Inn 41 High Street Steyning BN44 3RE DC/10/2038 Demolish the existing bungalow and erect a detached chalet and garage Carlton Hillside Walk Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3HL DC/10/2182 Erection of timber stables comprising 4 stables and hay/tack room Nyetimber Farm Gay Street Pulborough RH20 2HH DC/10/1841 Enclosure of 2 acre pasture using wooden post and wire fencing Plots 6 and 7 Land On The North Side of East Street West Chiltington West Sussex DC/10/2162 Construction of new studio outbuilding with garage block East Steeping Lodge 126 Steyning Road West Grinstead Horsham West Sussex RH13 8LR DC/10/2167 Proposed conservatory at rear. 32 Church Street Warnham RH12 3QR DC/10/2168 Proposed front, rear and side ground floor extensions and two garage conversions. Fairdene Bell Road Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12 3QJ DC/10/2151 Conversion of 2 window openings to front of building to provide additional means of fire escape with mobility ramps Warnham Comrades Club Hollands Way Warnham Horsham RH12 3RH DC/10/2180 Construction of additional storey and extension 8 Gorse Bank Close Storrington Pulborough West Sussex RH20 3AQ DC/10/2154 Extension to provide conservatory/sun lounge onto dwelling The Bothy College Wood Farm Spithandle Lane Wiston DC/10/2050 Erection of detached agriculturally tied dwelling to serve nursery Big Plant Nursery Hole Street Wiston Steyning West Sussex BN44 3DH 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.

Demand still high

There is an abundance of opportunity for landlords in Horsham at the moment, according to independent letting agency Leaders. Demand for properties to rent has been extremely strong over the last year, with more tenants choosing to rent for longer. This has led to a shortage of available properties to rent as fewer tenants are moving on at the end of their tenancies, choosing to renew instead. Says Horsham senior branch manager, Kathy Taylor: “There is still a lot of uncertainty in the economy with talk of cuts on their way. This means many tenants are opting to stay where they are for the foreseeable future while they take a wait and see approach. “This is great news for landlords because it means rents are rising and there is virtually no risk of a well-presented, well situated property remaining empty for any significant time.” Leaders report that a higher percentage of people are now choosing to take a 12 month tenancy rather than just 6 months. Many are deciding to extend their tenancies, even at an increased rent. Average tenancies are around 14 months which means more security for landlords. Says Kathy: “There are huge opportunities for landlords looking to invest or increase their portfolios in Horsham and surrounding areas right now. With the sales market still very slow and buy-to-let lending improving significantly in recent months, now is an excellent time to enter the market. “We would recommend buying two and three bedroom houses in and around the town centre as these are hugely in demand.”

For more details contact Leaders on 01403 217585; email or pop in to 18a Market Square

Fixed rate mortgages continue to fall Clive Hancocks from Mortgage Solutions Limited comments on the Bank of England’s decision to retain the Bank Base Rate at 0.5% for the 19th consecutive month.

With the recent announcement concerning the planned changes to Child Benefit, other possible tax rises and with further significant reductions to public spending

to be announced in the spending review, the public have got an insight into the impact that some of the changes are going to have on personal incomes.

This does not bode well for customers as almost everyone is likely to see some reduction in income. However, we continue to see a high degree of competition amongst lenders to attract those borrowers who are looking to either move home or remortgage. The price of the average two year fixed rate mortgage in October, as reported by Moneyfacts has fallen again in the last month to 4.48%, down from 5.13% twelve months ago. Furthermore the price of

the average 5 year fixed rate has also continued to reduce to 5.41% in October from 6.23% twelve months ago. Fixed rates are not the only products in the market that have fallen, the price of the average 2 year tracker deal has fallen back to 3.54% from 3.75% twelve months ago. This demonstrates that lenders are attempting to encourage borrowers to enter into what are low rates in comparison with historic levels. In addition to reducing mortgage interest rates we

have also witnessed a further increase in the number of mortgage products typically available to brokers with product numbers rising to 4,913 in the first week of October. This is a marked turnaround from twelve months ago when product numbers were less than half this level and a post “credit crunch” high. Until the public are in a position to fully assess the impact of the impending spending review from a personal perspective, we envis-

age that fixed rates will be the main choice of product for borrowers because of the certainty they provide in helping stabilise household budgets in times of wider economic uncertainty. Clive Hancocks is from Mortgage Solutions Limited, 13 West Street, Horsham. For further information on how the latest base rate decision affects you, please call 01403 241414 or visit

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Get lost in the woods stores/temporary stables. A First class equestrian facilifurther building is divided into ties including five paddocks feed room, blanket room, rest come with this attractive 4 room, tack room, kitchen and bedroom property which is cloakroom. on the market with Henry Adjacent to the yard is a post Adams (Horsham) at and rail fenced sand school of £1,160,000. approximately 146’ by 66’, Tetherstones enjoys an exalong with a steel-framed three ceptional elevated position in bay barn and an implement grounds extending to around store. The property itself has 15 acres. very much a farmhouse feel, Located just outside Horsham on the ‘THE PROPERTY IS LOCATED ON


edge of St Leonard’s Forest, the property is set back from the road and is surrounded by its own land with extensive views to the southwest over the gardens to the countryside beyond. There are local bridle paths and footpaths crossing St Leonard’s Forest providing excellent hacking and walking opportunities nearby. Approached via a separate entrance from the house, the stable yard has a concreted central area and an L-shaped range of 7 timber stables. There is also a separate range of 3 brick stables with a Tetherstones is on the market for £1,160,000 with Henry Adams wide overhang and two log

Delightful bungalow

Guy Leonard & Company is pleased to bring to the market a recently refurbished, delightful single storey residence in Monkmead Lane, West Chiltington, for sale. The property offers versatile accommodation and briefly comprises entrance hall, cloakroom, study/bedroom five, four further bedrooms with principal bedroom benefiting from ensuite bathroom, sitting room, dining room, refitted kitchen, walk-in larder, separate w.c. and a family bathroom. Externally to the front the

property offers off road parking for several vehicles with access to the double garage and a raised lawn area surrounded by mature shrub and tree borders. There is access to the rear from either side of the property where you will find a good size south facing rear garden. The property is being offered for sale with a Guide Price of £599,950 for freehold interest.

For further information or an appointment to view, please contact Guy Leonard on 01903 742354 or visit

with a character pine kitchen and plenty of space for the breakfast table and chairs. More formal dining is catered for in the 24’ dining room which leads to a conservatory. There is also a small study and a large utility room with cloakroom off. Stairs lead from the well proportioned living room to the four first floor bedrooms and the family shower room and ensuite bathroom. Outside there is a double garage with a large workshop and two greenhouses For more information see or call 01403 282500

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Horsham ÂŁ1,400,000 A well presented detached single storey dwelling with wonderful views from all the principal rooms and situated in a glorious rural position surrounded by its own land and outbuildings. There is an excellent range of equestrian facilities including stables, barn and floodlit sand school all set in approximately 29 acres. The pasture land has been well maintained and is ideal for horses, cattle or sheep. The property makes an ideal family home and there are a number of possibilities that the land and equestrian facilities could be used for. Horsham 01403 248222

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

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Horsham £650,000 A well presented five bedroom detached family home situated in the popular north Horsham area, offered for sale with NO ONWARD CHAIN. * Entrance hall * Cloakroom * Study * Sitting room * Dining room * Kitchen/ breakfast room * Utility room * Master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite bathroom * Four further bedrooms * Family bathroom * Rear garden * Double garage * Driveway parking *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham £265,000

Copsale £399,950

* Entrance porch * Reception hall * Cloakroom * Fitted kitchen * Sitting/dining room * Two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes and ensuite bathrooms * UPVC double glazed windows * Gas fired heating via radiators * NHBC warranty * Courtyard garden * Two off street parking spaces *

* Entrance hall * Kitchen/breakfast room * Sitting room with wood burner * Dining room * Conservatory * Utility room * Three bedrooms * Family bathroom * Oil fired heating * Double garage * Driveway parking *

Horsham 01403 248222

Horsham 01403 248222

A beautifully presented two bedroom semi detached house located on the edge of Horsham town centre, within walking distance of local amenities.

A three bedroom semi-detached family home with views over fields set in the quiet sought after hamlet of Copsale.

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

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Far Reaching Countryside Views

Most Sought After Roads

A detached bungalow situated on the edge of Steyning on the sought after Bostal Road with stunning panoramic far reaching countryside views. This property is offered for sale and must be viewed to appreciate the spacious accommodation on offer and the location.

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Far Reaching Views

PRICE RANGE £220,000 - £245,000 A modern three bedroom semi-detached house, backing west onto fields with far reaching views to the rear. Situated in a cul-de-sac position in this small village between Henfield and Upper Beeding. The village has a convenience store and post office, village hall, bus services and pub. South of Small Dole lie the South Downs and to the West the River Adur.

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Guide price of £200,000 - £220,000

Popular Residential Area

Offering versatile accommodation this three bedroom semi-detached home is located on the outskirts of Henfield in a popular residential area. Benefits include: sun room/dining room, study, bathroom/shower room.

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A three bedroom detached family home situated in one of Upper Beedings most sought after roads. The property benefits from a good size rear garden and offers scope for improvement and extension subject to the necessary consents. Local schools are situated close by and there is good access to the main A27 and A24 trunk roads. Shoreham railway station is within 4.5 miles which offers train services to London Victoria.

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A spacious and versatile five bedroom family home with scope for a ground floor annexe delightfully located within this highly regarded cul de sac position backing onto National Trust Woodland giving views across the village.

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A two to three bedroom detached bungalow in a cul de sac location in the village of Ashington, in need of some updating, the property benefits from gardens to three sides and integral garage. There is a conservatory to the rear and is offered for sale with no chain. Contact Storrington T 01903 745761


Two Bedroom Maisonette This two bedroom maisonette is set in the village centre of Storrington. The property benefits from its own private entrance and dual aspect lounge. This is an ideal first time buyer or investment opportunity. Viewing is highly recommended.

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A very tidy one bedroomwithin a McCarthy and Stone development with guest accommodation, residents lounge, laundry room, refuse room and house manager. The development is set next to the river with river bank seating, well maintained grounds and views to the Sussex Downs. A new health centre, doctors surgery chemist and supermarket are all within the village along with good public transport connections to all areas. OFFERS INVITED.

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horsham £475,000

horsham £399,950

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

Three/Four Bedroom Detached • North Horsham Location • 22ft Living Room • Kitchen/Breakfast/Utility Room • Master Bedroom with En Suite and Dressing Room • Large Corner Plot • Double Glazing & Gas Fired Central Heating • No Onward Chain

horsham £124,950

Partridge green £197,500

horsham £145,000

horsham £380,000

13ft Bedroom • Large Reception Room • 11ft9” Kitchen • Double Glazing and Gas • Fired Central Heating • Allocated Parking • No Chain

Three Bedrooms • Fitted Kitchen/Diner • Modern Bathroom • Village Location • Allocated Parking • Viewing Recommended

One Double Bedroom • Recently Updated • Close to Town and Station • No Onward Chain • Gas Fired Central Heating • Parking

Four Bedrooms • Three Reception Rooms • 15’ Kitchen • Two Bathrooms • Secluded Rear Garden • Viewing Recommended

horsham £249,950

horsham £279,950

horsham £425,000

horsham £125,000

Town Centre • Luxury apartment • Gated Development • Lift to all floors • Range of fitted Siemens appliances • Vendor Suited

Three/Four Bedrooms • Detached House• Paved Rear Garden• En Suite to Master bedroom • Close to Horsham Town Centre • Located on the West Side of Horsham

Detached Victoria Bryant Home • Two Reception Rooms • Kitchen and Utilty • Four Bedrooms • En Suite and Family Bathroom • Secluded South East Rear Garden • Garage & ORP • Gas CH & Double Glazing

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

horsham £269,950

horsham £109,950

colgate £179,950

warnham £235,000

Victorian Semi • Close to Town and Station • 3 Bedrooms • Potential 4th Bedroom with En Suite (sttp )• Two Reception Rooms • Kitchen with Breakfast Room • 1st Floor Bathroom • Good Sized Rear Garden • No Onward Chain

12’ x 11’ Bedroom • 14’6” Living Room • 12’9” Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Good Storage • Balcony • No Onward Chain • Ideal Investment or FTB

Grade II Listed • Private Development • Mansion Conversion • Mews Style House • Large Double Bedroom • 18 Acres of Communal Gardens

Original Features • 3 Bedrooms • 2 Reception Rooms • Village Location • Large Rear Garden • Garage & ORP




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YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch Horsham


Connells bring to the market this character property situated within close proximity to Horsham town centre with it’s plethora of bars and local boutiques, along with Horsham train station offering great access to London.

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






Connells are delighted to offer to the market a three bedroom link detached family home situated within close proximity of Horsham amenities. The property briefly comprises lounge, dining room, cloakroom, conservatory, kitchen, two double bedrooms and a further single bedroom, family bathroom, garden, garage and off road parking.



Connells are delighted to offer to the market a deceptively spacious four bedroom semi detached family home offering versatile living accommodation. The property benefits from: family room, sitting room, lounge/dining room, kitchen, utility room and four bedrooms. Outside offers off road parking and rear garden with play area.




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Connells are delighted to offer to the market a 3 bedroom detached family home situated in the popular area of Searles View offering access to Littlehaven train station. Property comprises: lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility, conservatory, 2 double bedrooms and further single bedroom. An internal viewing is highly recommended.



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



Connells are pleased to offer to the market a substantial five bedroom detached house in North Horsham. Property comprises kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, dining room, bedroom/study, utility room and cloakroom. Upstairs offers four bedrooms, en-suite bathroom to master bedroom and family bathroom.



An Absolutely stunning detached property situated in a prime position with Berkeley Homes Village Collection development to the West of Horsham. Outstanding family accommodation with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and generous entertaining space.


£425,000 Connells are proud to offer to the market a two bedroom semi detached character house situated in the sought after area of west Horsham offering access to Horsham train station and town centre. The property comprises lounge, dining room, newly fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms and family bathroom



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



Connells are pleased to offer to the market a two bedroom retirement bungalow situated in Warnham village. The property comprises: two bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, patio onto communal gardens, and garage.



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


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The Village collection by Berkeley Homes at Farthings Hill offer a superb four bedroom detached family home, finished to the highest standard with comtemporary Italian Styled kitchens and Bespoke bathroom.

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

Broadbridge Heath


Connells Horsham presents a first floor one bedroom maisonette built to the Laing Chelsea design. The property offers access to Horsham town centre with its shops and restaurants, mainline train station and the M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton.

Connells offer to the market a 3 bedroom extended detached bungalow. The property comprises entrance porch, kitchen, dining room, lounge, three bedrooms and family bathroom. To the rear of bungalow has an attractive garden laid to lawn with patio area.


OIEO £92,000

Connells are pleased to present to the market a one bedroom second floor retirement apartment situated in the north-east of Horsham with access to M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton, Horsham mainline station and town centre.

Connells are pleased to offer to the market a three bedroom mid terraced property situated with access to Littlehaven mainline train station and M23 commuter route. The property comprises: lounge, kitchen/dining room, two double bedrooms and a further single room, family bathroom.


OIEO £215,000

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

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

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YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch Broadbridge Heath


Connells present a one bedroom freehold cluster home in the village of Broadbridge Heath offering access to A24 commuter routes. This property comprises: lounge, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. Benefits include modern fittings, double bedroom and lawned garden and three allocated parking spaces.



Connells are delighted to offer to the market an extended four bedroom family home situated in the popular village location of Broadbridge Heath. The property comprises lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, downstairs shower room, four bedrooms and family bathroom. Front and rear gardens, garage en-bloc.








A three bedroom semi-detached family home benefiting from Entrance Hall, Lounge, Modern Kitchen/Dining Room, Three Bedrooms & Family Bathroom. Set within lawned gardens to front & rear with the added benefit of driveway providing off-road parking & garage.Vacant Possession.


A well presented ground floor one bedroom purpose built apartment situated within walking distance of Horsham mainline railway station. Accommodation comprises, communal entrance hall with security entry, private entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, double bedroom & bathroom.



A two bedroom bungalow for the over 60’s situated in the village of Warnham with access to the local amenities. The property comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. Outside has private patio with communal gardens and residents parking. Internal viewing is highly recommended.




Connells are pleased to market a three bedroom split level maisonette benefiting from a refitted kitchen and bathroom, recent central heating system and rewiring. Property comprises: lounge, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, private parking, communal gardens. UPVC glazing to be fitted. NO ONGOING CHAIN.

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Connells are pleased to present to the market a three bedroom terrace house situated in a popular residential location with access to Horsham and Littlehaven mainline train station. Property comprises: lounge, dining area, kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom, front and rear gardens. Internal viewing is highly recommended. NO ONWARD CHAIN.



*** OPEN HOUSE 23/10/10 *** A stunning period three storey bay-fronted property situated close to Horsham Station. Refurbished by the current owners the property comprises sitting room, dining room, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.

A two/three bedroom bungalow situated in a sought after area located with access to Littlehaven mainline train station. Property comprises: entrance hall, lounge, separate dining room or third bedroom, kitchen, two bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC.



Connells are pleased to present to the market a four bedroom detached property in the popular location of North Horsham offering access to M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton and Littlehaven station. Situated in the catchment area of Holbrook Primary School.



Connells bring to the market this delightful well presented four bedroom semi-detached home situated in the ever popular cul-desac Hillside. Hillside is located within close proximity to Horsham town centre, with its plethora of shops, boutiques and bars and also Horsham mainline train station.



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A brand new Berkeley Homes three bedroom semi-detatched home situated in a select development of thirteen houses. Beautifully finished with integrated appliances.Villeroy & Boch bathroom furniture and underfloor heating. Connells are delighted to offer to the market a three bedroom maisonette situated in convenient location to Forest and Millais school catchment area and M23 commuter route to London, Gatwick and Brighton. The property consists of three bedrooms, modern fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and residents parking.




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





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A bay fronted three bedroom semi-detached property with Period features located in a popular residential area, backing onto cricket fields comprising: kitchen, 2 reception rooms, 2 double bedrooms and further single bedroom, bathroom with separate wc. Outside offers off road parking, rear garden.

A two bedroom mid terraced property situated close to Southwater Centre. The property briefly comprises : Entrance hall, lounge and kitchen/dining room on the ground floor, whilst to the first floor there are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The property benefits from double glazing and electric central heating with the added benefit of both front and rear gardens and allocated parking.

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

A second floor purpose built apartment situated within Horsham town centre. Communal entrance with lift, private entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms & bathroom. Gas central heating, communal lawned gardens & parking. Offered with vacant possession. Ideal first time buy or investment opportunity.

Connells are proud to offer to the market a four bedroom detached family home ideally located in Southwater. The property briefly comprises lounge, dining room, study, kitchen, utility room, master bedroom with en-suite and 3 further bedrooms and family bathroom.

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

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An extended five bedroom chalet style bungalow, set in a semi rural position, situated on the outskirts of Southwater village. Comprising of large entrance hall, 19’ lounge, 19’ kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms and family bathroom to the ground floor, and a bedroom with verranda on the first floor.

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





An extended and well presented four bedroom older style property set a popular location in North Horsham within close proximity of local amenities and Littlehaven train station. Comprising of entrance hall, cloakroom, 16’ modern refitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 14’ dining room, lounge, four bedrooms, family bathroom, large rear garden, double glazing, GCH and off street parking.

An attractive three bedroom detached property set within walking distance of all Southwater village amenities. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, cloakroom, 15’ lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom, secluded sunny aspect rear garden, garage, GCH and off street parking.




An attractive four double bedroom character cottage offering a wealth of period features, set in a popular part of Horsham within walking distance of Littlehaven train station and of Millais School. Comprising of 14’ lounge, 13’ dining room, kitchen, inner lobby, family bathroom, three double bedrooms, bedroom four/study, potential room for ensuite.



A well presented two bedroom end of terrace home set in a quiet cul de sac location backing onto a wooded copse, within walking distance of all local village amenities. Comprising of entrance hall, refitted modern kitchen/breakfast room, lounge, conservatory, two bedrooms, modern bathroom, secluded rear garden backing onto a wooded copse, GCH, double glazing and allocated parking.


An immaculately presented spacious two bedroom home set in a quiet cul-de-sac location off the popular Hills Farm area of Horsham. Comprising of an entrance hall, lounge, recently refitted modern kitchen, two good sized bedrooms, modern bathroom, GCH, off street parking for two cars and double glazing throughout. Internal viewing highly recommended. No chain.



A well presented and rarely available one bedroom home set in a quiet cul de sac location situated within walking distance of Southwater village amenities. comprising of 13’ lounge, kitchen, study area, bedroom, modern bathroom, secluded rear garden, double glazing and allocated parking.



A well presented five bedroom detached family home set on a generously sized plot close to local village amenities. This property comprises of entrance hall, cloakroom, 16’ lounge, dining room, kitchen, family room, five bedrooms, two bathrooms, large secluded rear garden, garage and ample off street parking.



A well presented three bedroom family home situated within walking distance of Southwater Country Park and other village amenities. This property benefits from a entrance hall, 14’ lounge, dining room, refitted kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom, double glazing, GCH, delightful rear garden, garage and large driveway providing ample off street parking.



A three bedroom semi-detached property which would benefit from further modernisation, situated on the east side of Horsham within walking distance of Horsham mainline station and Town Centre, also within Milais and Forest Schools catchment areas. Comprising of entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom/ study, two further bedrooms to the first floor. No chain.



A spacious and well presented one bedroom ground floor garden flat set within walking distance of Littlehaven train station. Comprising of entrance hall, kitchen, 14’ lounge, 14’5’ master bedroom, modern bathroom, GCH, double glazing throughout, communal parking and own private rear garden.

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



An immaculately presented and superbly decorated three bedroom home. This property comprises of entrance lobby and hall, cloakroom, 14’ refitted kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, 15’ lounge, three bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes, modern bathroom, landscaped rear garden and off street parking. NO CHAIN.



OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 6TH NOVEMBER CALL NOW TO BOOK YOUR VIEWING. An attractive and well presented two bedroom home situated in a small cul de sac location on an executive development in Southwater. Comprising of entrance hall, 14ft lounge, 14ft kitchen/ diner, two generously proportioned bedrooms, rear garden.



A very well presented one bedroom apartment situated in an attractive modern block on a popular development in a sought after location in Horsham. Comprising of communal entrance hall with entry telephone system, entrance hall, lounge, modern kitchen and bathroom, double bedroom and well maintained communal grounds.

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A one bedroom, top floor flat in an excellent Town Centre location. Double glazing, gas central heating. Needs modernising to realise its full potential. Come and make us an offer!






One bedroom, ground floor maisonette in a popular location. Gas central heating, double glazing, garden with shed, parking space.




A large four bedroom, detached bungalow at Ifold, set in three quarters of an acre. Sitting room with multi-fuel stove, dining room, study, oil-fired central heating, garage/workshop.




01403 271977


A one bedroom, retirement bungalow with views across the gardens towards the Church. Kitchen, living room, shower room, resident manager, emergency alarm system, communal laundry, communal gardens, Warnham Village, age restriction: 60.


One bedroom, second floor apartment. Newly refurbished in 2006, bright and stylish, laminated floor, electric heating, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, long lease.

One bedroom, ground floor, retirement apartment with sliding patio doors leading onto communal gardens. Emergency pull cords, communal lounge, communal drying room, house manager on site, guest room. Over 55’s.



A three/four bedroom three storey town house close to the Station and Town Centre approximately ¼ mile. Double glazing, gas central heating, cloakroom, study, kitchen/breakfast room, covered parking bay, en-suite shower room to master bedroom.

Spacious three bedroom home on a select development built around a green in the heart of Warnham Village. Sitting room, dining room, study, cloakroom, en-suite shower. Double glazing, gas central heating, garage.

A One bedroom, ground floor flat with nursery room/study and access onto its own garden. Newly converted, shower room, laminated flooring, gas central heating, double glazing, adjacent to green and lakes.


£185,000 £325,000

Outstanding three storey townhouse with superb rear outlook in a village location. Four bedrooms, arranged on three floors, en-suite bathroom, integral garage, easy access to Gatwick via A272/M23.




Very central, two bedroom, terraced home in a private avenue, approximately 1/3 mile to Horsham Station. Double glazing, conservatory, garage, outlook over playing fields at the rear.


A spacious, detached family home, 0.6 mile to Horsham Station. En-suite shower room, double glazing, single garage and driveway, excellent decorative order.

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Munslow Bailey Gray Horsham’s independent property consultants





25 Piries Place, Horsham, RH12 1EH

BarNs GrEEN £795 PCm • • • • • •

2 Bedroom End Terrace Bathroom Cloakroom with shower Private driveway parking Garden Close to Village centre

horsham £139,950

• Spacious top floor apartment • Excellent decorative condition throughout • Excellent location conveniently situated for Littlehaven Station • Fabulous open plan living room • Early viewing recommended

horsham £275,000 • • • • • • •

Bay fronted three bedroom semi detached Two reception rooms Newly redecorated throughout Many period features Potential to extend (Subject to planning) Gated off road parking Open views over cricket field

horsham £294,950 • • • • • •

A four bedroom semi detached Tandem garage Off-road parking for approximately four cars Excellent decorative condition throughout Modern kitchen with breakfast bar Early viewing recommended




We will match our multi agency fee to your current sole agency fee

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Magnificent Georgian Manor House Separate Coach House/Annex 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Reception Rooms Basement Room

horsham £299,950

horsham £239,950

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3 Bedroom Semi Detached Immaculate condition Recently refitted bathroom Kitchen/ Breakfast Room Prime Location

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3 Bedroom Townhouse 2 Bathrooms Flexible accommodation Open plan living area Prime Location

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

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t : 01403 275543 w : e : e : Horsham £174,950 (Leasehold)

Broadbridge Heath £199,950 (Freehold)

Horsham £214,950 (Leasehold)

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

A well presented two bedroom split level maisonette situated within close proximity of Horsham Mainline Station and being an ideal opportunity for investment/first time buy. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance area, to the first floor is the living/dining room and refitted kitchen. To the second floor are two bedrooms and refitted bathroom. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

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

A well presented 2 bedroom first floor luxury apartment built by Rydon Homes and situated in the gated development of The Comptons. Briefly comprising; master bedroom with en suite shower room, second double bedroom, hall leading to bathroom, and 17’ living room opening to the kitchen. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and allocated parking. NO ONWARD CHAIN.

Southwater £249,950 (Freehold)

North Horsham £249,995 (Freehold)

Horsham £249,950 (Freehold)

Town Centre £279,950 (Freehold)

A three bedroom semi detached house situated within a cul-de-sac in the popular village of Southwater. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, double aspect lounge/dining room, refitted kitchen and conservatory. To the first floor are three double bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and garage.

A well presented three bedroom end terrace house backing onto woodland and situated in a cul-de-sac in North Horsham. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, 14’7 living room, open plan to dining area and kitchen. To the first floor are three bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from double glazing, gas radiator heating and allocated parking for two cars. NO CHAIN.









Broadbridge Heath £129,995 (Leasehold)

An extended three bedroom semi detached house situated in a popular residential area within North East Horsham. The accommodation briefly comprises: entrance porch, 14’7 living room, 17’10 dining area and kitchen. To the first floor are three bedrooms and family bathroom. The property also benefits from gas radiator heating, double glazing and off road parking for 4/5 cars in front of detached garage.

A well presented three bedroom link detached house situated in a highly sought after location close to Horsham Town Centre. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, kitchen, 16’1 living room. To the first floor are 3 bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from GCH, double glazing and detached garage. An early internal viewing is recommended.


• One bedroom ground floor maisonette • Private Garden • Fitted kitchen

Due to a very busy period we are extending our offer of discounted Landlord Fees into November Horsham £995pcm

• Bathroom with shower • Available November • UNFURNISHED

• Three bedroom house • Situated in a popular location • Fitted kitchen

LET SIMILAR REQUIRED Southwater £1200pcm

• Bathroom withshower • Available Now • UNFURNISHED

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

• Four bedroom house • Fitted kitchen • Bathroom with corner bath and shower

• Good condition through out • Unfurnished • Available Now

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Crazy paving but still a sensible purchase Mallards of Horsham are delighted to have the opportunity to market this older style three bedroom semi detached property situated on the west side of Horsham in a quiet residential cul de sac. The location gives good access to town centre, Horsham station and park. The home itself

has a full width kitchen/dining room overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen units have Beech worktops and appliances including double oven, hob, fridge/freezer and extractor hood. On the ground floor there is a living room with an aspect to the front and almost full

width bay window. The first floor has three bedrooms and a good sized family bathroom with a white suite. The property also benefits from double glazed windows and gas fired heating to radiators. To the outside the property has a private drive leading to attached garage. The front garden

mainly consists of crazy paving with flowers and shrubs. The rear garden has a good degree of seclusion having an approximate measurement of 40 ft x 30 ft. There is a patio area to rear of the garage and this in turn leads to the remainder of the garden which consists of an area of lawn with flowerbed to one side. A further patio area leads towards the rear boundary where there is yet another patio with large flowerbed to the rear. Mallards Horsham office are offering the property for sale at £299,950.

For further details and to arrange a viewing please contact Mallards on 01403 263000.

King & Chasemore which is part of Countrywide Sussex with over 30 offices in the County have announced spectacular results year to date. The company have already agreed sales on more than £60million of property compared with 2009. Keith Knight, Managing Director, said: “This is an absolutely spectacular result. In general terms the market appears to be running at the same strength as last year and as long as properties are priced competitively, they will still sell within a month or so.” In addition, as part of the on-going success King & Chasemore in Sussex is undergoing a major re-brand

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and refurbishment programme, with new boards appearing and office fascias and internal displays changing. Keith Knight continued “Although we believe that the market will be challenging for the next few months whilst there is much debate surrounding government cuts, without a doubt, property still remains the best medium to long term investment and we are already seeing many investors particularly in the Steyning market snapping up the bargains whilst they can.” For further information please contact the Steyning office on 01903 815806

Property Management

STEYNING £1150pcm

aShINGTON £925pcm

hORSham £595pcm


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One bed unfurnished ground floor flat

One bed unfurnished flat above village stores

hORSham £795pcm

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paRTRIDGE GREEN £1250pcm

Two bed unfurnished house on west side

Two bed unfurnished house close to town centre. Available late October

Two bed unfurnished apartment in town centre

Three bed unfurnished detached house in rural location. Available December

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Horsham: 01403 217585

82801 Slinfold £625 pcm

118616 Horsham £850 pcm

262927 North Horsham £875 pcm

508819 East Horsham £895 pcm

• Well furnished 1 double bedroom annexe • Situated in rural location on a working farm • Double aspect lounge / dining room • Suitable for Single occupant only • Rent includes most bills

• Smart 2 double bedroom unfurnished apartment • Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac location • Bright and spacious double aspect lounge • Master bedroom with en-suite shower • Communal gardens and allocated parking

• Beautifully updated 2 bedroom unfurnished house • In the popular location of North Horsham • Modern re-fitted kitchen with appliances • Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom • Enclosed rear garden and 2 parking spaces

• Well located and updated 3 bedroom mid terraced house • Walking distance to town centre and station • Modern newly installed kitchen and bathroom • Gas central heating and courtyard garden • Available for immediate occupation and unfurnished

WHY INSTRUCT LEADERS? We are 100% Dedicated to Letting and Managing properties 708175 Horsham £895 pcm • 2 double bedroom top floor executive apartment • Situated within easy reach of the station and town • Modern fitted kitchen with appliances • Master bedroom with luxury en-suite shower room • Redecorated throughout - Available

Support and advice on legislation from experienced ARLA qualified staff offering you peace of mind We have dedicated Property Management Teams No call centres - for support and advice you can speak directly to your dedicated Property Manager

705330 Billingshurst £1395 pcm

Kathy Senior Branch Manager Leaders Horsham


• Lovely 4 bedroom unfurnished family house • Large and modern fitted kitchen / dining room • Spacious lounge with feature fireplace • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room • Private car-port parking / Enclosed rear garden

We use local, approved contractors with proven track records 59716 North Horsham £1500 pcm • Spacious unfurnished 4 bedroom executive detached house • Set in quiet residential development with easy access to the A264 • Good size lounge with double doors to garden • Master bedroom with ensuite shower room • Rear garden with large patio and summer house

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Lydia and Fiona

690200 Horsham £1850 pcm • Beautiful 4 bedroom detached family home • Set in a desirable area of Horsham • Modern kitchen with breakfast bar and appliances • Four large double bedrooms • GCH, DG, garage and driveway parking. Unfurnished


518660 Cowfold £1600 pcm Sarah and Linda


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

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• Beautiful 4 bedroom period cottage in Cowfold • Delightful enclosed rear gardens with patio area • 4 double bedrooms 1 with en-suite shower room • Oil central heating and dual aspect lounge with open fireplace • Detached single garage and off street parking

198133 Slinfold £2750 pcm • Beautiful 5 double bedroom detached house • Situated in a desirable village location • 3 reception rooms and lovely conservatory • Large walled garden with countryside views • Furnished - Rent includes garden maintenance Accepted here

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Colgate £1,495 pcm

Horsham £2,850 pcm

Bolney £2,000 pcm A fantastic four bedroom detached family house situated in a rural and quiet area of Bolney with fantastic views of the open countryside.

Cowfold £1,650 pcm Situated in the popular village of Cowfold this particularly attractive four bedroom semi-detached period cottage offers spacious accommodation and large garden ideal for family living.

A Detached three bedroom 1920’s house situated on the outskirts of Colgate village with private garden.

A fantastic five bedroom family house with four reception rooms, set in approximately an acre of grounds located in private estate on the outskirts of Horsham.

Hamptons Office 01403 839053

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Horsham £1,200 pcm

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

Horsham £995 pcm

An attractive two bedroom conversion apartment forming part of a superb Grade II listed Jacobean-style Victorian House set in approximately 19 acres of formal gardens.

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3 Bedroom detached house, unfurnished Lounge through to separate Dining Room 2 double bedrooms and 1 single Well presented family bathroom Sunny good sized back garden


Excellent 2 double bedroom first floor apartment, unfurnished Situated in gated development Spacious living and dining accommodation Kitchen and bathrooms fitted to high specification Secure parking and visitor parking



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Superb 2 double bedroom top floor apartment, part-furnished. Modern kitchen through to lounge Dining Area Modern bathroom Security entrance with outside parking

3 double bedroom semi-detached house, unfurnished Modern kitchen with fitted applances Family bathroom with shower Front and rear Garden Garage


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2 double bedroom 2nd floor apartment, unfurnished 1 family bathroom and 1 en-suite to main Easy access to Horsham and Gatwick Parking Close to local amenties

2 Double bedroom terraced house, unfurnished Recently refurbished Modern fitted kitchen Modern family bathroom Garden & Garage

Delightful 1 bedroom cottage, Part Furnished or Unfurnished Kitchen with appliances Shower room Parking for 1 car Rural location

Short & long term lets available Different sized self contained rooms All with en-suite & kitchen facilities Set in magnificent grounds Easy access to Horsham & Gatwick


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YEAR 2008

Horsham Branch


£495 (pcm)

Broadbridge Heath

A very well presented 1 bedroom ground floor annexe situated in popular residential location with great access to A24 link roads. Property boasts open plan living space with newly installed fitted kitchen, modern white bathroom suite with shower, gas central heating and well proportioned rooms. COUNCIL TAX INCLUDED.

A deceptively spacious 4 bedroom family house situated in the sought after quiet residential location within easy reach of town centre and train station. Features include fitted kitchen with separate utility room, large through reception room with additional conservatory, fully enclosed private rear garden, modern bathroom suite with further shower cubicle.

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ATTENTION LANDLORDS PROPERTIES URGENTLY REQUIRED Connells Horsham present a deceptively spacious modern town house offered in excellent decorative order overlooking grasslands. Property comprises: three/four bedrooms, en-suite bathroom, lounge, fully fitted kitchen / dining room, bathroom, shower room, off road parking.


£1250 (pcm)

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A deceptively spacious 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom modern town house offered in excellent decorative order throughout. Other features include private rear garden, garage and driveway, pretty views over parkland, 2 reception rooms and situated in sought after residential location within Millais and Forest boys catchment area and providing good access to town centre and major roads.

Haywards Heath

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A truly delightful 3-4 bedroom modern town house situated in highly sought after residential location within 0.5 miles of mainline train station and town centre. This spacious property is offered in superb decorative order throughout and boasts fitted kitchen/dining room, lounge, modern fitted bathroom, ground floor bedroom/study, utility room, integral garage.

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Haywards Heath

An excellently presented modern ground floor 1 bedroom apartment situated in prime town centre location within a few minutes walk to mainline train station. Property boasts modern laminate flooring throughout, neutral decor, fitted kitchen with appliances, bathroom with shower attachment, private allocated parking space.

A truly delightful and stunning top floor executive apartment situated in highly sought after location. Features include luxury modern fitted kitchen with fitted appliances, laminate flooring throughout, fabulous and contemporary bathrooms, spacious accommodation throughout, private parking space and boasting wonderful panoramic views over the South Downs.

Situated in highly sought after central location within a couple of minutes walk of Horsham mainline train station and town centre. This modern two bedroom apartment boasts spacious accommodation throughout including fitted kitchen/breakfast room, en-suite shower room to master bedroom, private parking space and far reaching views of the South Downs.

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Less than a month after their world debuts at the Paris motor show, Renault has released UK pricing and specification for the Laguna 2011 Hatch and Sport Tourer models, with savings of up to £1,855 available compared to the previous range. Savings are available across the range, from £17,795 to £24,145

Saab’s plane-inspired 9-4X set to take flight Saabs always used to look like, well, Saabs, but in that aspect this new 9-4X breaks the mould. The company may point to its “ distinctive Scandinavian and aircraft-inspired looks” but to us here at The Resident it looks, dare we say it, a little Japanese. Anyway, here it is, the 9-4X which is to make its world premiere at next month’s Los Angeles Auto Show. The 9-4X expands Saab’s product portfolio to three car lines and will provide a fresh, alterna-

tive choice for independentlyminded crossover buyers. Muscular and sporty to drive, the 9-4X is aligned in looks and size between the 9-3X and new 9-5 saloon. Outside and inside, it communicates its’ Saab identity with clean, uncluttered design and signature motifs, such as its wraparound-effect windshield, ice block lighting theme, driverfocused cockpit and flexible cargo handling. In true Saab tradition, the 9-4X delivers on its sporty persona. It

is configured around a unique, purpose-designed crossover body structure, which has been key to delivering its exceptional handling and ride properties. Car-like driving dynamics are supported by Saab’s advanced all-wheel-drive system, XWD, and DriveSense adaptive chassis control. Under the bonnet nestles a compact and efficient V6 turbocharged engine. The 300 hp, 2.8-litre twin-scroll turbocharging engine is mated to six-speed automatic transmissions under

adaptive electronic control. The engine packs 300 hp (224 kW) and generates an impressive 400 Nm spread of torque between 2,000 and 5,000 rpm. It delivers zero to 62mph acceleration in 8.3 seconds. Fuel consumption figures are still being finalised and will be published closer to launch. The 9-4X goes on sale in North America in May next year, with sales in Europe and other global markets due to begin from August with the UK sales starting late in 2011.

Hooper: Best stunt ever?

The Resident watched a Burt Reynolds classic at the weekend Hooper. It includes a quite incredible final scene in which stuntmen Hooper (Reynolds) and the bloke out of Airwolf drive a Pontiac Firebird through a town being destroyed in an Earthquake, before leaping over a broken bridge in their jet-propelled car! It got us thinking about the greatest ever stunts. For us this

movie is an ultimate guilty pleasure, and we can’t think of any motor car stunts, except perhaps Bad Boys 2 and Gone in Sixty Seconds, featuring anything quite so brilliantly ridiculous. The film also features a 300ft leap from a helicopter. But what about you, readers? Got a favourite car or bike stunt from the movies? Let us know and we’ll see if it’s worth a mention! Email

Peugeot’s award winning 3008 Crossover is now available with extra standard specification on Sport and Exclusive models and a more fuel efficient Euro 5 HDi 112 diesel engine. The range starts from £16,695.00 on-the-road, with CO2 emissions from 129 to 182 g/km

The all-new Sharan is now available to order from Volkswagen Retailers, with prices starting from £22,980 (RRP OTR) for the entry-level S 1.4litre TSI model. It comes with a range of efficient TSI petrol and TDI diesel engines, the majority of which are designated BlueMotion Technology models. A choice of four trim levels is available: S, SE, SEL and Executive. All feature seven seats as standard except for Executive which has six individual seats.

Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has announced details of its latest Outlander range (11MY) on sale now with significant changes, including the introduction of the all-new Mitsubishi-developed 2.2 Di-D engine on all manual transmission vehicles. And for the first time in the UK, Mitsubishi will also be introducing a 2WD diesel Outlander variant to the UK

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The Chevrolet range fuel consumption range from in mpg (L/100 km), urban 40.9-23.5 (6.9-12.0), extra urban 67.3-39.8 (4.2-7.1), combined 54.3-31.7(5.2-8.9) the official CO2 emission is 127-217g/km. Vauxhall range fuel consumption in mpg (L/100 km) urban 40.3 (7.0) - mpg 18.2 (15.5) km, extra urban 55.3 (5.1) - mpg 38.1 (7.4) km, combined 48.7 (5.8) km - mpg 27.1 (10.4) km the official CO2 emission is 139 -250g/km. Cars shown for illustration purposes only. Finance subject to status. This advertisement supersedes all previously advertised offers. Each vehicle sold subject to road fund licence and administration charge. Finance subject to status. *Includes Vauxhall Swappage Allowance.

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7 day guide You should have gone to Specsavers

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Saturday TV BBC1 6.00 Breakfast. 10.00 Saturday Kitchen Live. 11.30 Nigella Kitchen. (R) 12.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 12.15 Football Focus. 1.00 Live Darts: World Masters. Coverage from Hull City Hall. 4.30 Final Score. 5.30 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 5.55 Walk on the Wild Side. 6.25 Strictly Come Dancing. Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host a Halloween special, in which the 11 remaining couples perform either a jive, paso doble, Viennese waltz or Argentine tango with a spooky twist. 7.55 Merlin. Arthur tries to prove himself worthy of the throne. 8.40 The National Lottery Saturday Night Draws. 8.55 Casualty. A mixture of drugs causes Kirsty to collapse, and after she has been secretly treated by Adam, her husband (former EastEnders star Stephen Lord) arrives to take her home. 9.45 The Armstrong & Miller Show. New series. The comedians present their distinct brand of humour. 10.15 BBC News; Weather. 10.30 Match of the Day. Including highlights of Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur; National Lottery Update. 11.50 The Football League Show; Weatherview. 1.15 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 12.00 BBC Switch: The Cut. 12.25 BBC Switch: Teensville: Italia Conti — Living the Dream. 12.50 BBC Switch: Popatron. 1.20 BBC Switch: The 5:19 Show. 1.35 BBC Switch: The Season. (R) 2.05 Film: Whale Rider. (2002) Drama, starring Keisha Castle-Hughes. 3.40 The Great British Bake Off. (R) 4.40 The Great British Bake Off. (R) 5.40 Paul Merton’s Weird and Wonderful World of Early Cinema. (R) 6.40 Dad’s Army. Captain Mainwaring enlists an unusual recruit. (R) 7.10 Timewatch — The Pharaoh’s Lost City. Archaeologists shed new light on Pharaoh Akhenaten’s reign. (R) 8.00 Renaissance Revolution. Piero Della Francesca’s The Baptism of Christ. Last in the series. 9.00 Have I Got a Bit More News for You. With guest host John Bishop. 9.45 A Night with Elton John: The Making of Elton John: Madman Across the Water. The singer’s rise to stardom in the 1970s. 10.45 Elton John: Electric Prom. 11.45 Elton John at the BBC. 12.45 The Stephen K Amos Show. (R) 1.15 Never Mind the Buzzcocks. (R) 1.45 Genius with Dave Gorman. (R) 1.15 Film: (GMT) Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. (1988) Horror, starring Donald Pleasence. 2.40 Close.

ITV1 6.00 CITV: The Fluffy Club. 7.25 Toonattik. 9.25 The Cool Stuff Collective. 9.50 Planet Sketch. (R) 10.00 The Planet’s Funniest Animals. (R) 10.30 The Crocodile Hunter Diaries. (R) 11.30 This Morning: Saturday. 12.30 News; Weather. 12.39 Regional Programme. 12.40 Best Ever Worst Auditions 3. (R) 1.40 Film: Babe: Pig in the City. (1998) Family comedy sequel, with Magda Szubanski. 3.20 Film: Thunderball. (1965) James Bond spy adventure, starring Sean Connery. 5.45 Regional Programmes. 6.00 ITV News; Weather. 6.15 All Star Family Fortunes. With Gino D’Acampo and Michelle Keegan. 7.00 New You’ve Been Framed! Featuring a boy snowboarding on a treadmill. 7.30 Harry Hill’s TV Burp. Comic review of the week’s small-screen highlights. 8.00 The X Factor. The final 10 battle it out. 9.45 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Rod Stewart. The singer talks about his relationships. 10.45 ITV News; Weather. 11.00 Rod Stewart: One Night Only. The singer performs some of his greatest hits. (R) 12.15 Dating the Enemy. (R) 12.45 The Zone. Shopping and interactive gaming; ITV News Headlines. 1.50 (GMT) Sons and Daughters. 2.10 Elvis: The Early Years. 3.40 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 (GMT) ITV Morning News.

Channel 4 6.10 Sali Mali. (R) 6.15 Planet Cook. (R) 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 7.00 World Sport. 7.25 The Track and Field Show. (R) 7.55 The Morning Line. 8.55 T4: One Tree Hill. (R) 9.50 T4: Ugly Betty. (R) 10.50 T4: The Hollyoaks Music Show Playlist. 11.20 T4: Jay-Z: Real Stories. 12.20 T4: Friends. (R) 12.50 T4: Scrubs. (R) 1.25 That Paralympic Show. 1.55 Channel 4 Racing. 3.55 Come Dine with Me. (R)

Channel 5 6.00 Milkshake! 10.00 Your Sport. 10.05 How Do They Do It? (R) 10.35 The Gadget Show. (R) 11.35 Rory and Paddy’s Even Greater British Adventure. (R) 12.35 Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers. (R) 1.30 Merlin. (R) 5.10 Film: Raid on Entebbe. (1977) Fact-based drama, starring Peter Finch.

6.00 Come Dine with Me. The final dinner party of the week in Leicester. 6.30 Channel 4 News. 6.55 A 14-yearold atheist discusses his beliefs. 7.00 Grand Designs. Kevin McCloud follows a former blacksmith who has devised his own way of building a house, which should allow him to assemble his home in just seven days. (R) 8.00 Apocalypse: The Second World War. New series. Exploring the story of the conflict. 9.00 The Pillars of the Earth. William and Richard compete to become the Earl of Shiring. 10.00 FILM: The Brave One. (2007) Premiere. Revenge thriller, starring Jodie Foster.

7.55 Five News. 8.00 The Mentalist. Jane is confronted by charismatic cult leader Bret Stiles. (R) 8.45 NCIS. The body of a petty officer is found lying in bed next to a barman — but he insists she is not the woman he brought home the previous night. Drama, starring Mark Harmon. (R) 9.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. The body of a three-year-old girl is discovered in a cardboard box laid out like in a coffin. Unable to identify the child formally, Catherine is deeply upset by the investigation. (R) 10.45 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Ray and Nick investigate an underground fetish scene. (R) 11.45 Forensic Files.

12.20 Let Me In: Movie Special. 12.50 Film: Welcome to Sajjanpur. (2008) Premiere. Indian comedy drama, starring Shreyas Talpade. 2.20 (GMT) Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. (R) 3.05 Brothers & Sisters. (R) 3.45 The OC. (R) 5.15 Countdown.

12.15 SuperCasino. 3.05 (GMT) Animal Rescue Squad. (R) 3.15 Great South Run 2010. 4.05 Fifth Gear. 4.30 Street Market Chefs. 4.55 Your Sport. 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. 5.35 Thomas & Friends. 5.45 Roary the Racing Car.

Digital ITV2 3.25 The Xtra Factor 4.25 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 4.55 Film: Kindergarten Cop (1990) 7.00 Denise and Fearne’s Charity Trek for Breast Cancer 8.00 Fiddles, Cheats & Scams 9.00 Grimefighters 9.30 Alexandra Burke: The Hot Desk 9.45 The Xtra Factor 11.00 Louis Walsh and Kian Egan’s Next Big Thing — Wonderland 5.35 Emmerdale

ITV3 3.50 Pie in the Sky 4.55 Monk 5.55 Agatha Christie’s Marple 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Wire in the Blood 11.00 Cracker

ITV4 1.00 Live Snooker. The quarter-finals of the Power Snooker tournament. 5.00 The Sweeney 6.00 Live Snooker. The Power Snooker tournament at the IndigO2 in London. 10.00 Film: The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996) Action thriller, starring Geena Davis.

BBC THREE 7.00 Special 1 TV 7.05 Top Gear 7.55 Film: Eight Below (2006) 9.45 Russell Howard’s Good News Extra 10.30 Family Guy 11.15 American Dad!

BBC FOUR 7.00 Life 8.00 Michael Wood’s Story of England 9.00 Wallander 10.30 Mad Men 11.15 Getting On 11.45 Film: Night of the Living Dead (1968)

E4 1.25 Hollyoaks 4.00 Make It or Break It 5.00 Friends 6.30 The Big Bang Theory 8.25 Friends 10.00 Film: Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

FILM4 3.00 Dark Command (1940) 4.50 Edge of Darkness (1942) 7.10 Big Business (1988) 9.00 Cloverfield (2008) 10.35 Alien (1979)

Sunday TV BBC1 6.00 (GMT) Breakfast. 7.40 Match of the Day. (R) 9.00 The Andrew Marr Show. 10.00 Sunday Morning Live. 11.00 Country Tracks. 12.00 The Politics Show. 1.00 Cash in the Attic. (R) 1.45 Bargain Hunt. (R) 2.30 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.15 EastEnders. 5.10 Points of View. 5.25 Songs of Praise. 6.05 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 6.30 Countryfile’s Autumn Special. The rural magazine show chronicles the change from summer to autumn. Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury learn about the mating calls of deer. Including Weather for the Week Ahead. 7.30 Strictly Come Dancing. The fourth elimination is announced, and Alice Cooper performs. 8.00 Antiques Roadshow. A second visit to Hopetoun House in South Queensferry, Edinburgh. 9.00 Single Father. The inquest into Rita’s death forces Dave to make tough choices. Last in the series. 10.00 BBC News; Regional News; Weather. 10.25 Match of the Day 2. Including highlights of Newcastle United v Sunderland. 11.35 American Football. 12.35 The Apprentice. (R) 1.35 Spooks; (R) Weatherview. 2.40 Sign Zone: Holby City. (R) 3.40 Secret Britain. 4.40 BBC News.

BBC2 6.00 (GMT) CBeebies: (GMT) The Pingu Show; (R) Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto! 6.15 Bob the Builder: Project Build It. (R) 6.25 Penelope. (R) 6.30 Guess with Jess. (R) 6.40 Postman Pat. (R) 7.00 CBBC. 10.00 Something for the Weekend. 11.30 Escape to the Country. (R) 12.30 Live MotoGP. The Portuguese Grand Prix. 2.00 Live Darts: World Masters. The semi-finals and final from Hull City Hall. 5.05 Four Nations Rugby League. 6.00 Teaching Awards 2010. Lenny Henry hosts the ceremony at London’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 7.00 Top Gear. Mark Wahlberg is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. (R) 8.00 Return of the Rhino: A Last Chance to See Special. A mission to reintroduce white rhinos to Kenya. 9.00 James May’s Man Lab. New series. The host tries to redeem the reputation of modern men. 10.00 Psychoville Halloween Special. 11.00 Genius with Dave Gorman. 11.30 FILM: Black Sheep. (2006) Premiere. Comedy horror, with Nathan Meister, Peter Feeney and Danielle Mason. 12.55 A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss. 1.55 Film: Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers. (1989) 3.25 BBC News. 4.40 Close.

ITV1 6.00 CITV: The Fluffy Club. 7.25 Toonattik. 9.25 Finger Tips. (R) 9.45 The X Factor. (R) 11.30 This Morning: Sunday. 12.30 News; Weather. 12.34 Regional Programme. 12.35 Coronation Street. 2.55 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 Downton Abbey. (R) 6.05 Regional Programmes. 6.15 ITV News; Weather. 6.30 Harry Hill’s TV Burp. Comic review of the week’s small-screen highlights. (R) 7.00 The Cube. A confident contestant takes on a series of challenges. 8.00 The X Factor. The results of another vote, plus more star performances. 9.00 Downton Abbey. Sybil’s determination to pursue her political leanings puts her in grave danger when a fight breaks out at an election results meeting. Bates reveals his chequered past. 10.05 ITV News; Weather. 10.15 Paul McCartney and Wings: Band on the Run. The former Beatle discusses the reissue of his 1973 album. 11.15 Whitechapel. Chandler and the team begin to play the twins at their own game. Last in the series. (R) 12.15 Piers Morgan’s Life Stories: Rod Stewart. The singer talks about his relationships. 1.05 Premiership Rugby Union. 1.50 The Zone; ITV News. 2.30 Motorsport UK. 3.20 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 Morning News.

Channel 4 6.00 (GMT) The Treacle People. (R) 6.10 Planet Cook. (R) 6.30 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 6.55 Motorsport. 7.20 Freesports on 4. 7.50 T4: Friends. (R) 8.15 T4: Friends. (R) 8.45 T4: Hollyoaks. 11.15 T4: Live and Lost. 11.20 T4: N-Dubz: Video Exclusive. 11.25 T4: The Inbetweeners Revealed. 11.55 T4: JLS Only Tonight: Live from London. 1.00 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 1.30 T4: The Simpsons. (R) 2.00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 2.35 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 3.05 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 3.40 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 4.10 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. (R) 4.40 Deal or No Deal: Trick or Treat. 5.30 Time Team. 6.30 Channel 4 News. 6.55 A girl discusses her pledge to God to remain a virgin until she is married. 7.00 The Genius of British Art. Janet Street-Porter reveals the effect contemporary art has had on her life. 8.00 Undercover Boss USA. A CEO goes undercover at an amusement park. 9.00 The Secret Millionaire. An internet millionaire helps worthy causes in Plymouth. 10.00 Desperate Housewives. Tom is prescribed marijuana. 10.55 Seven Days. (R) 12.00 American Football Live. New Orleans Saints v Pittsburgh Steelers (Kick-off 12.20am). 3.45 Rat Race Stockton. (R) 4.15 Emily’s Song. (R) 4.30 ER. (R) 5.15 Countdown. (R)

Channel 5 6.00 (GMT) Milkshake!: (GMT) Peppa Pig. 6.05 Roary the Racing Car. (R) 6.15 Fifi and the Flowertots. (R) 6.25 Fireman Sam. (R) 6.35 Rupert Bear. (R) 6.45 Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom. (R) 7.00 Mio Mao. (R) 7.05 The WotWots. (R) 7.20 Roobarb and Custard Too. (R) 7.25 Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs. (R) 7.40 Make Way for Noddy. (R) 7.50 Bert and Ernie’s Great Adventures. (R) 7.55 Mist: Sheepdog Tales. (R) 8.10 Little Princess. (R) 8.25 The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky. (R) 8.45 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 9.00 Olivia. (R) 9.15 The Mr Men Show. (R) 9.30 George Shrinks. (R) 10.00 Shake!: iCarly. 10.35 True Jackson, VP. 11.10 Your Sport. 11.25 Street Market Chefs. (R) 11.55 Wild Animal ER. (R) 12.30 Cowboy Builders. (R) 1.30 Film: The Ghost of Greville Lodge. (2000) 3.15 Film: The Canterville Ghost. (1996) 5.10 Five News. 5.15 Film: The Witches. (1990) Children’s fantasy, starring Anjelica Huston. 7.10 FILM: Little Man. (2006) Premiere. Comedy, starring Marlon Wayans. 9.00 FILM: Dumb and Dumber. (1994) Comedy, starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. 11.15 FILM: Evil Woman. (2001) Comedy, starring Jason Biggs. 1.00 SuperCasino. 4.05 European Challenge Tour Golf. 4.55 Your Sport. (R) 5.00 Hana’s Helpline. (R) 5.10 The Milkshake! Show. (R) 5.35 Thomas & Friends. (R) 5.45 Roary the Racing Car. (R)

Digital ITV2 3.35 Film: The Mummy (1999) 5.55 Film: Casper (1995) 8.00 The Vampire Diaries 9.00 The Xtra Factor 10.00 The Only Way Is Essex 10.30 Peter Andre: The Next Chapter 11.30 The Only Way Is Essex

ITV3 3.20 Film: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) 5.15 The Darling Buds of May 7.25 Ladies of Letters 7.55 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 9.00 Film: Ray (2004)

ITV4 2.55 Film: Destry Rides Again (1939) 4.50 Film: Dragnet (1987) 7.00 The Professionals 8.00 Premiership Rugby Union 9.00 Total Emergency 10.00 Richard Bacon’s Beer and Pizza Club 10.45 Film: Jarhead (2005)

BBC THREE 7.00 (GMT) Are You Fitter Than a Pensioner? 8.00 The World’s Strictest Parents 9.00 Gavin & Stacey 10.00 Family Guy 10.45 American Dad! 11.30 Gavin & Stacey

BBC FOUR 7.00 (GMT) Time to Remember 7.30 How to Get a Head in Sculpture 8.30 More Dawn French’s Girls Who Do: Comedy 9.00 Mark Lawson Talks to Julie Walters 10.05 Pat and Margaret 11.30 Film: Halloween (1978)

E4 2.55 Film: Crocodile Dundee II (1988) 5.00 Friends 6.00 Glee 7.00 Life Unexpected 8.00 Friends 9.00 The 100 Greatest Scary Moments

FILM4 2.50 Across the Wide Missouri (1951) 4.25 Logan’s Run (1976) 6.40 Ever After: A Cinderella Story (1998) 9.00 The Others (2001) Supernatural horror, starring Nicole Kidman. 11.00 White Noise (2004)

the resident | Friday 29 October 2010





Breakfast. 9.15 Animal 24:7. Breakfast. 9.15 Animal 24:7. Breakfast. 9.15 Animal 24:7. BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 BBC1 6.00 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Cowboy Trap. 11.45 To Buy or Not to Buy; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Moving On. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Inside Out; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 Panorama. 9.00 Spooks. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Ask Rhod Gilbert. 11.15 The Graham Norton Show. (R) 12.00 Damages. (R) Weatherview. 1.30 Sign Zone: The Apprentice. (R) 2.30 The Great British Bake Off. (R) 3.30 Restoration Roadshow. (R) 4.30 BBC News.

6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 Animal Park. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Cowboy Trap. 11.45 To Buy or Not to Buy; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Moving On. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Holby City. 9.00 Turn Back Time — The High Street. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Taking the Keys Away. Exploring the relationship between old age and driving. 11.20 Eat, Pray, Light. 11.55 US Mid-Term Election Results 2010. CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 Animal Park. (R)

12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Film 2010 with Claudia Winkleman. (R) 2.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing — It Takes Two. 7.00 Tea Party America: This World. 8.00 University Challenge. 8.30 MasterChef: The Professionals. 10.00 The Trip. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss. 12.20 Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock. (R) 1.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.

12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing — It Takes Two. 7.00 Coast. (R) 7.30 MasterChef: The Professionals. 9.00 Whites. 9.30 Harry & Paul. 10.00 Later Live — with Jools Holland. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 A History of Horror with Mark Gatiss. 12.20 A Life without Work; (R) Weatherview. 1.25 Sign Zone: See Hear. (R) 1.55 The Secret Tourist. (R) 2.55 E Numbers: An Edible Adventure. (R) 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.



6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 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 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. (R) 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Wild Britain with Ray Mears. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 The Little House. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Real Crime with Mark Austin: Death on the Bay. (R) 11.35 Monte Carlo or Bust. (R) 12.30 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 UEFA Champions League Weekly. 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 Sali Mali. (R) 6.05 The Treacle People. (R) 6.15 Planet Cook. (R) 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 According to Jim. (R) 9.20 Coach Trip. (R) 9.55 Coach Trip. (R) 10.25 Coach Trip. (R) 10.55 Coach Trip. (R) 11.30 Coach Trip. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or USA? (R) 1.05 Film: A Man Alone. (1955) Western adventure, directed by and starring Ray Milland. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Dispatches: Street Kids. 9.00 Coppers. 10.00 Chris Moyles’ Quiz Night. 10.50 Ramsay’s Best Restaurant. (R) 11.55 Music on 4: Bestival Presents Dizzee Rascal. 12.10 Music on 4: Tinchy Stryder: Video Exclusive. 12.20 Music on 4: The Noisettes. (R) 12.50 Premier League Poker. 1.45 Film: Well Done Abba! (2009) Premiere. 4.10 Film: Kind Hearts and Coronets. (1949) .

Channel 5

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 House. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Warship. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.05 Film: Agent of Influence. (2002). 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 How Do They Do It?; Five News Update. 8.00 The Gadget Show; Five News at 9. 9.00 Extreme Fishing with Robson Green. 10.00 Film: Above the Law. (1988). Thriller, starring Steven Seagal. 12.05 The Gadget Show. (R) 1.00 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.25 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour. (R) 5.10 Nick’s Quest. (R)

6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 River Monsters. 8.00 Fiddles, Cheats & Scams. 9.00 71 Degrees North. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Homes from Hell. (R) 11.35 Swingtown. 12.25 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.30 The Rockford Files. 3.20 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 4.15 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.00 Sali Mali. (R) 6.05 The Treacle People. (R) 6.15 Planet Cook. (R) 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Coach Trip. (R) 9.25 Coach Trip. (R) 9.55 Coach Trip. (R) 10.25 Coach Trip. (R) 10.55 Coach Trip. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 River Cottage Bites. 12.20 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.20 Film: The Moonraker. (1957) Swashbuckling adventure, starring George Baker. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Kirstie’s Homemade Home. 9.00 Ramsay’s Best Restaurant. 11.05 Seven Days. 12.10 Late Night Poker. 1.10 Beach Volleyball. 2.05 Freesports on 4. (R) 2.30 KOTV Boxing Weekly. 3.00 Motorsport. (R) 3.25 World Sport. (R) 3.50 ITU Triathlon World Cup Magazine. 4.50 Survival of the Fittest. (R) 5.15 Deadliest Catch. (R)

Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha

Goddard. (R) 11.45 House. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Warship. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.00 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.10 Film: Falling in Love with the Girl Next Door. (2006) Comedy, starring Patty Duke and Shelley Long. 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Street Market Chefs; Five News Update. 8.00 Sea Patrol UK; Five News at 9. 9.00 CSI: Miami. 10.00 CSI: NY; (R) Five News Update. 11.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. (R) 11.55 NCIS. (R) 12.55 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.25 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour. (R) 5.10 Nick’s Quest. (R) 5.35 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Cowboy Trap. 11.45 To Buy or Not to Buy; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Moving On. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Wallace & Gromit’s World of Invention; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Jimmy’s Food Factory. 8.30 Nigel Slater’s Simple Suppers. 9.00 The Apprentice. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The National Lottery Draws. 10.45 Film 2010 with Claudia Winkleman; National Lottery Update. 11.25 Film: Wonder Boys. (2000) Drama, starring Michael Douglas; Weatherview. 1.15 Sign Zone: Country Tracks. (R) 2.10 Watchdog. (R) 3.10 MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) 3.40 Restoration Roadshow. (R) 4.10 BBC News. CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 6.00 CBeebies. 11.30 Daily Politics. 1.00

See Hear. 1.30 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing — It Takes Two. 7.00 Escape to the Country. (R) 8.00 Natural World. 9.00 Horizon: Asteroids — The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. 10.00 The Apprentice: You’re Fired! 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 Whites. (R) 11.50 Harry & Paul. (R) 12.20 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. 10.30 This Morning. 12.30 Loose Women. 1.30 ITV News; Weather. 1.55 Regional News; Weather. 2.00 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Live UEFA Champions League. Chelsea v Spartak Moscow (Kick-off 7.45pm). 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 UEFA Champions League: Extra Time. 12.35 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.35 Film: Thirteen. (2003) Drama, starring Holly Hunter. 4.15 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 5.10 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Thursday BBC1

6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Animal 24:7. 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Cowboy Trap. 11.45 To Buy or Not to Buy; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Moving On. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 EastEnders; BBC News; Regional News. 8.00 Watchdog. 9.00 Have I Got News for You. 9.30 Reggie Perrin. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Question Time. 11.35 This Week; Holiday Weatherview. 12.30 Sign Zone: Panorama. (R) 1.00 Countryfile’s Autumn Special. (R) 2.00 Antiques Roadshow. (R) 3.00 MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) 4.00 Restoration Roadshow. (R) 4.30 BBC News. 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 Animal Park. (R)

12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Ready Steady Cook. 2.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing — It Takes Two. 7.00 The Culture Show. 8.00 Nigella Kitchen. 8.30 Autumnwatch 2010. 9.30 Autumnwatch Unsprung. 10.00 Never Mind the Buzzcocks. 10.30 Newsnight; Weather. 11.20 The Culture Show. (R) 12.20 The Apprentice: You’re Fired! 1.05 BBC News. 4.00 BBC Learning Zone.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 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 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Adoption Crisis?: Tonight. 8.00 Emmerdale. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Monte Carlo or Bust. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: Rambo III. (1988). 12.25 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R) 3.25 Adoption Crisis?: Tonight. (R) 3.50 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

6.05 The Treacle People. (R) 6.15 Planet Cook. (R) 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.30 According to Jim. (R) 9.55 Three in a Bed. (R) 10.55 Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.00 Film: From Hell to Texas. (1958) Western, starring Don Murray. 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 Animal Madhouse. 9.00 Grand Designs. 10.00 Rude Tube: Total Stunts. 11.05 The Event. (R) 12.05 Music on 4: On Track. 12.20 Music on 4: JD Set Birthday. 12.35 Music on 4: Strummerville Sessions. 12.50 Film: Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. (2003). 2.15 Whatever Turns You On. (R) 2.25 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. (R) 3.15 ER. (R) 4.00 Afterworld. (R) 4.30 Hill Street Blues. (R) 5.15 Countdown. (R)

6.00 Sali Mali. (R) 6.05 The Treacle People. (R) 6.15 Planet Cook. (R) 6.35 Yo Gabba Gabba. (R) 7.00 Freshly Squeezed. 7.30 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 7.55 Everybody Loves Raymond. (R) 8.25 Frasier. (R) 8.55 Frasier. (R) 9.25 According to Jim. (R) 9.55 Three in a Bed. (R) 10.55 Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance. (R) 12.00 Channel 4 News Summary. 12.05 A Place in the Sun: Home or Away. (R) 1.05 Film: The Englishman Who Went Up a Hill, But Came Down a Mountain. (1995). 2.55 Wogan’s Perfect Recall. 3.25 Countdown. 4.10 Deal or No Deal. 5.00 Come Dine with Me. 5.30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals. 6.00 The Simpsons. (R) 6.30 Hollyoaks. 7.00 Channel 4 News. 7.55 8.00 River Cottage Every Day. 9.00 What the Green Movement Got Wrong. 10.20 What the Green Movement Got Wrong: The Debate. 11.00 True Blood. 12.15 Music on 4: Bestival Presents Ellie Goulding. 12.30 Music on 4: 4Play: Stornoway. 12.45 Music on 4: The Album Chart Show Spotlight. 12.55 King of the Hill. 1.35 Coppers. (R) 2.30 Dispatches: Street Kids. (R) 3.20 Unreported World. (R) 3.50 Dispatches: Tabloids, Tories and Telephone Hacking. (R) 4.45 Brothers & Sisters. (R) 5.30 Countdown. (R)

Milkshake! 9.15 The Channel 5 6.00 Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha

Channel 5

Channel 4

Goddard. (R) 11.45 House. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Warship. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.00 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.05 Film: Miles from Nowhere. (2009). 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Highland Emergency; Five News Update. 8.00 Cowboy Builders; Five News at 9. 9.00 NCIS. (R) 10.00 Law & Order: Criminal Intent. 10.55 Law & Order. (R) 11.55 Poker. 12.50 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.25 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour. (R) 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)

7 day guide Friday

6.00 Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff. 10.45 Trisha Goddard. (R) 11.45 House. (R) 12.40 Five News. 12.45 Warship. (R) 1.45 Neighbours. 2.15 Home and Away. 2.50 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.00 Meals in Moments. (R) 3.10 Film: Mystery Woman: Vision of a Murder. (2005). 5.00 Five News; Weather. 5.30 Neighbours. (R) 6.00 Home and Away. (R) 6.25 Live from Studio Five. 7.00 Five News at 7. 7.30 Live UEFA Europa League Football. Liverpool v Napoli (Kick-off 8.05pm). 10.10 Film: The Detonator. (2006). 12.05 SuperCasino. 4.00 House Doctor. (R) 4.25 Brian Sewell’s Grand Tour. (R) 5.10 Michaela’s Wild Challenge. (R)


6.00 Breakfast. 9.15 Animal 24:7. 10.00 Homes Under the Hammer; (R) BBC News; Weather. 11.00 Cowboy Trap. 11.45 To Buy or Not to Buy; BBC News; Weather. 12.15 Bargain Hunt. (R) 1.00 BBC News; Weather. 1.30 Regional News; Weather. 1.45 Doctors. 2.15 Moving On. 3.00 BBC News; Weather; Regional News. 3.05 CBBC. 5.15 Weakest Link. (R) 6.00 BBC News; Weather. 6.30 Regional News Programmes; Weather. 7.00 The One Show. 7.30 Helicopter Heroes; BBC News: Regional News. 8.00 EastEnders. 8.30 QI. 9.00 New Tricks. 10.00 BBC News. 10.25 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 The Graham Norton Show. 11.20 The National Lottery Draws. 11.30 Film: Eurotrip. (2004) Teen comedy, with Scott Mechlowicz; Weatherview. 1.00 Sign Zone: Unequal Opportunities with John Humphrys. (R) 2.00 MasterChef: The Professionals. (R) 3.00 Out of the Frying Pan. (R) 4.00 Restoration Roadshow. (R) 4.30 BBC News. 6.00 CBeebies. 7.00 CBBC. 8.30 BBC2 CBeebies. 11.30 Animal Park. (R)

12.00 Daily Politics. 12.30 GMT with George Alagiah. 1.00 Due South. (R) 1.45 Ready Steady Cook. (R) 2.15 Ben Fogle’s Escape in Time. (R) 3.00 Diagnosis Murder. (R) 3.45 Flog It! 4.30 Pointless. 5.15 The Hairy Bikers’ Cook Off. 6.00 Eggheads. 6.30 Strictly Come Dancing — It Takes Two. 7.00 The Big Silence. 8.00 Mastermind. 8.30 Gardeners’ World. 9.00 David Attenborough’s First Life. 10.00 The Stephen K Amos Show. 10.30 Newsnight. 11.00 The Review Show; Weather. 11.50 Later with Jools Holland. 12.50 Film: Day of the Dead. (1985). 2.30 Close.


6.00 Daybreak. 8.30 Lorraine. 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 60 Minute Makeover. (R) 3.00 Dickinson’s Real Deal. 3.59 Regional Weather. 4.00 Midsomer Murders. (R) 5.00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show. 6.00 Regional News; Weather. 6.30 ITV News; Weather. 7.00 Emmerdale. 7.30 Coronation Street. 8.00 Cheetah Kingdom. 8.30 Coronation Street. 9.00 Paul O’Grady Live. 10.00 ITV News at Ten; Weather. 10.30 Regional News; Weather. 10.35 Film: The Hitcher. (1986) Thriller, starring Rutger Hauer. 12.10 The Zone; ITV News Headlines. 2.10 Film: The War Wagon. (1967) Western, starring John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. 3.55 ITV Nightscreen. 5.30 ITV Morning News.

Channel 4

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Attacking flair in stylish win

Pictures: Clare Turnbell The Under 12 girls team played confidently against Oxted, winning 4-1 in just their second game

Lawless sweeps up as girls fire in four Playing their second ever 11-aside game in the new Under 12 Home Counties Girls League, Horsham opened confidently against Oxted. They quickly went one goal up with Rebecca Williams deflecting the ball into the back of the net from a short corner. Sasha Ford got her name on to the score sheet with an accurate sweep into the goal off the far post. Before the half time whistle Georgie Humphreys added to Horsham’s lead with an aggressive shot on goal. Oxted came back from the half time break and had 3 shots on goal saved by Lucy Farrelly, put-

ting Horsham under a lot of pressure, the girls defended really well but eventually Oxted got one back. A break by the midfield towards the final whistle saw Sasha score her second goal in off the far post. With great team play the final score was 4-1. Player of the match for her work in the sweeper role was Victoria Lawless. Caitlin York, Lucy Farrelly, Rosie Piper, Katie Piper, Victoria Lawless, Emily Bromley-Ellis, Emma Chalmers, Rebecca Williams, Sophie Ragg, Jane Neave, Laura Tipple, Annabel Jeffries, Georgina Humphreys, Sasha Ford & Hebe Clarke.

Horsham ‘keeper Lucy Farrelly

Horsham u14’s achieved their second Sussex A league win of the season with a 6 try, 36-0 victory versus Heathfield on at a gloriously sunny Coolhurst on Sunday. Horsham were forced to re-arrange the troops in key positions but it soon became apparent that the home side’s back line was going to cause Heathfield problems as their slick handling started to come to the fore. Horsham moved it left and right stretching the defence and following a neat backs move, left wing Declan Nwachukwu received a well timed pass from centre Matt Blake and outpaced the defence to score Horsham’s first try. The conversion was missed. A couple of minutes later, Nwackukwu was again the beneficiary of fluid back play and found himself in space out wide. He again weaved and outpaced the covering defence for his second try to put Horsham 10 – 0 up. The Heathfield backs were finding hard to get the ball moving and centre Liam Ruz intercepted in midfield to go over under the posts and with him adding the conversion the score was now 17 – 0. Nwachukwu ran the length of the pitch on an attack that took him past numerous defenders and eventually saw him complete his hat trick despite heavy pressure from the covering Heathfield wing. Tusler converted and the half time whistle blew with the score 24 – 0 to Horsham. Heathfield showed great determination after the break and continued to drive forward through their impressive pack but Horsham soon scored a fifth try when number 8 Milo Harper picked up off the back of a scrum on the Heathfield 22, over powered the full back and scored in the corner. The game remained very competitive with both teams making substitutions. However, Horsham had one last stunning try in them with a 15 man move that covered the length of the pitch and saw Charlie Blair Rains release full back Matt Streeter who rounded his opposite number and touched down under the posts. Liam Ruz converted to make the final score 36 – 0. A tremendous end to a great display of attacking rugby.

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The defence run out at a short corner

Rebecca Williams on the attack for Horsham

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Warpaint works Atlantis hosted the opening gala in the National Arena Swimming League South Division 1 (East) series. The young Atlantis team – resplendent in their now traditional black and yellow “warpaint” comfortably took second place behind Thanet, the perennially strong Kent Coast outfit. The team was cheered on by a packed and vocal home crowd who - with the visitors’ supporters – generated a fantastic atmosphere inside the Pavilions. The final scores were: Thanet 1st (231 points); Atlantis 2nd (198); East Grinstead 3rd (179.5); Black Lion A 4th (168); 1066 Swimmers 5th (135.5) and Redhill & Reigate 6th (135). The result leaves Atlantis in 4th place in the 18-team division. This is Atlantis’ best ever start in the division. Last year the Club could only manage a 4th place in the opening gala and will be looking to push on from this result to improve on last year’s overall league placing of 8th. Thanet were always going to offer tough competition, with a squad containing 11 national swimmers and a boys section that


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secured 6th place overall in the National Age Group Championships. Atlantis – this season without previous league stalwarts Jonny and Howard Blyth – handed no less than 13 National League debuts to Naomi Clarke, Leah Clarke, Eleanor Morris, Beth Britton, Aimee Davies, Tegan Jenkins, Duncan Smith, Josh Shapland, Andrew Kershaw, Ben Stevens, Joe Nehme, Jess Matlock and Issy Harrod. The climax to the evening, which brought the crowd to its feet, came in the penultimate race, the 6 x 50m girls’ Open Freestyle Relay. The Atlantis team of Issy Dunlop, Ella Windle, Louisa Clarke, Beth Hundleby, Bex Lobley and Katy Harris fought out an exciting duel with East Grinstead; senior girls’ captain Katy Harris rounded off the evening in style by overhauling their Sussex rivals in the final few metres to win the race by a finger-tip. In the next round on 13th November, also at the Pavilions, Atlantis meet East Grinstead again, a strong Chelmsford team who finished 3rd last season and Southend-on-Sea, White Oak and Beckenham B.

U15s still unbeaten Lower Beeding Lions Under 14s ran out 7 - 0 winners in a friendly against Horsham Crusaders. Crusaders started well, dominating the first half, and they were unlucky not to have anything to show for their endeavours. It was Lions though, with a rare venture into Crusaders’ half, who took the lead with a cool finish from Liam Ruz. Lions came on stronger in the second half with an explosive hattrick from Callum Nash, further goals from Andrew Roberts, Aaron Pyzer, plus a second from Liam Ruz, sealed the match. Lions’ man of the match was central defender Sam Morey. Horsham Youth Under 15s had their worst game of the season so far at Polegate Grasshoppers. Polegate scored and then kept coming forward and if it was not for Lewis Blaney in goal and Greg Gander in defence Polegate could have scored more. With 15 minutes to go Horsham were reduced to 10 players and this seemed to wake Horsham up and in the 68th minute Horsham got their equaliser with Jake Legrange getting the goal.

Southwater U16 travelled to Ferring FC in a top of the table clash, with both teams boasting a 100% record before the kick-off. An excellent performance from both sides, and some good goalkeeping meant the game finished 0-0, and Ferring remain top of the league on goal difference. This week Southwater visit Rustington in the quarter-final of the U16 Challenge Cup, with the

globe-trotting Ross Bryant back from Reno and between the sticks.

Southwater Under 18’s went out of the Cup against Worthing United, but put on a battling performance. Southwater were on top early on but Worthing United took the lead after 25 minutes and then doubled their lead shortly afterwards. Southwater went into the break 30 down and this was increased shortly after the re-start. However, Southwater continued to press and were rewarded when Jack Carter latched onto a through ball and slid the ball past the onrushing keeper. Although Worthing restored their 4 goal advantage, Jack Carter grabbed a second when he volleyed into the net from close-in following Matt Laker’s corner. Man of the Match went to Josh Skipper . Horsham Youth Under 18s won 21 at Worthing courtesy of two fantastic goals to end their recent losing run. The breakthrough came just before half time when Dan Vinten connected perfectly from his spectacular overhead kick to send the Hornets a goal up at the interval. Marcus Collier broke Worthing hearts after he jinked through the Rebels defence before lobbing the ball over stranded keeper. Shaun Charles did pull a goal back for the Rebels but the Hornets had done enough. Manager Ivan Raby said: “Tonight was a great squad effort where they all played their part, but i must give a mention to Max Love who ran his socks off.”

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Tara Norris won the Presidents Cup forJunior Colts...

Horsham Under 9s with certificates

Pictures: Clare Turnbell

...while Joseph Humphrey won the award in the Senior Colts category

Colts club celebrate a year to remember


Baker Cup winner Harry Magnus with Chris Nash

Ben Shoare with Neil Chartres and Chris Nash

Horsham Cricket Club Colts section celebrated the season’s achievements with an awards evening at the clubhouse on Friday, 22nd October. Chris Nash, one of the current Sussex CCC players and a former Horsham Colt, and Ben Andrews, Captain of Horsham Football club, were guests of honour. Chris presented the awards and both he and Ben held a question and answer session during the refreshment interval. It has been another successful season for the Colts section which now numbers nearly 200 youngsters from age nine to 16. The Colts section includes a thriving girls section which has increased in number every year since its inception. There were many highlights during the year; notable among them was the very successful first ever Dr Dew Memorial Tournament which was held in May for U10s from the Horsham area. Former president John Dew was the founder of Colts’ cricket at Horsham and the 6a-side softball tournament has been established in memory of his contribution to junior cricket.

Horsham’s U11 and U13 girls and U10 boys winners First ever winners were Horsham Trinity U10s, with Horsham CC U9s runners up. Another ‘first’ was the retention of the SJCF Bowl by the U14s, repeating their victory in the final of the same competition a year previously at U13 level. The U16s ended their time as Colts with success not only in the IDL East v West Play off but also winning the inaugural Sussex 20/20 Champions Trophy at Blackstone. Other team honours included the girls U11s – runners up in Sussex softball league, and U13 girls winners of the West Sus-

sex softball league. The boys U10s won the north division of the U10 IDL league, the U11s were runners up in the South U12 league. The U15s triumphed in the NMSL league and were runners up in the ECB National Cup at the County stage of the competition. The evening included a buffet and raffle and £350 was raised towards the artificial nets refurbishment project. The club is hoping to start work on the new nets in the next month or so, in order that they are finished and ready for the start of the 2011 season.

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Top teams in tense tie The Big Match Report: Nick Hind Pictures: Chris Woolgar Barns Green v Cowfold Res

Barns Green versus Cowfold Reserves this week, a mouth watering, top of the table clash in Div 2 North. It was impossible to keep the excitement at bay. The anticipation of viewing the cream of the division showcasing their talents had me salivating more than a slobbery St. Bernard. D’oh- quarter of an hour in and it dawned on me that my pre-match enthusiasm had far outweighed the reality of the situation; this was always going to be a tight affair, the fear of losing far more prominent than going all out for the 3 points. First and foremost both teams wanted a clean sheet, not to lose any ground on the other. It was the classic scenario of two sides cancelling each other out as they played out an absorbing, but nonetheless, goalless draw. The anxiety of failure was ever present throughout the game. Cowfold, who had conceded 7 goals in their last 2 games, packed out the middle, playing 5 across as they looked to stifle the Green. In possession, the visitors moved the ball from back to front at pace, but, with no one prepared to commit from midfield, the man up top, Mike Nash, was continually drawn wide to find space with no one to cross to in the box. The Green had the lion share of possession, but were unable to break down a stubborn foe. The 2 wide boys, Sam Liley and Jack Pesteridge, looked dangerous with the ball at their feet, but, with Cowfold hunting in packs, it was difficult for them to break the shackles and feed the strikers. It was a twiddle your thumbs game for the keepers as they watched their colleagues battle for middle earth, but,

both stoppers showed excellent levels of concentration late on to earn their teams a point. Jason Dumbrill’s instinct and courage was never in doubt as he dived at the feet of Cowfold’s Ant Parsons to prevent a certain goal. And Fold stick man, James Rafferty, showed great elasticity as he stretched to his left, palming away a Jack Pesteridge curler from out of the dipping sun. As the full time whistle blew, I couldn’t help but ponder whether Barns Green lacked a touch of ambition as they took on their rivals in their own back yard, but, with top spot secured in the league after match week 8, you can’t argue with their approach. Green Generalissimo, Tom Miller, was content with his side’s work ethic saying, ‘the boys left everything on the pitch as they tried to break down a team that was set up not to lose. It’s a shame we couldn’t get the goal, but we’ll take the point and move on.’ For Cowfold’s manager, Martin Spooner, it was all about the clean sheet, ‘it was a tough away game for the lads and I’m pleased their efforts were rewarded with a clean sheet.’ As goalless draws go, this was at least intriguing as both sides struggled for the balance between defence and attack, but, after covering 2 goalless draws on the bounce, I’ll be hoping to gouge myself on goals next week. Can

Cowfold Reserves and Barns Green played out a tense goalless draw in Division 2 North anyone help?

Ryman League, Div 1 South Horsham YMCA crashed to their second league defeat in four days, as relegation rivals Ramsgate clinched all three points with a 3-2 win at Gorings Mead on Tuesday night. The result leaves Colin Jenkinson’s men second from bottom in the league table and with only a single point gained from their last five outings. A familiar lack-lustre start saw YM go a goal behind after just three minutes of the first half. YM did finally find their feet, and ten minutes later were back on level terms. Some good work in the air from striker Gavin Gordan allowed Fabian Brown to slide in Michael Amponsah, and the striker made no mistake with a cooly taken finish. However, the home side were soon on the back foot again, and only four minutes after the equaliser, Ramsgate had regained the lead. The Rams begun the second half the brighter of the two sides, and just after the hour mark, the visitors finally extended their lead as

YM’s poor form was summed up in a moment of sheer humiliation for midfielder Scott Kirkwood. His back pass left goalkeeper Fox completely stranded, and Mark Lovell was able to capitalise, providing the assist for Tsangarides who was left to tap in his second of the evening. In-form Youth team striker Louis Masih made his first team debut and instantly caused trouble down the YM left. Finding himself with the ball out wide, he whipped in a superb cross- come-shot, which beat everyone inside the six yard box, including the Ramsgate keeper, and bounced off the far post before nestling into the net. However, a comeback never looked on the cards. Division 2 North A reshaped AFC Roffey side paid dividends with a great 41 win away at Alfold. Straight from the start they unlocked Alfold with quality distribution by Craig Young feeding Dan Lawrence, whose cross was deflected in by an Alfold player. Alfold levelled with a mix up in the Roffey defence, but Roffey were again in front with Dan Lawrence chipping the keeper. Russell Harwood increased the lead with a fine strike on the turn. There were good performances from Dave Clark, breaking down everything that Alfold produced, and pass-

master Craig Young, excelling on the fine Alfold surface. Scott Shorey and Michael Norris were resolute in the centre of defence. Olly Smith led the Roffey line well all afternoon and after the break rose above his marker to guide his header to Dan Lawrence, and his quick feet beat his marker to fire in a left foot drive from the edge of the box to leave Sam Smith well beaten.

Division 4 North A last gasp equaliser for Rusper denied Horsham Crusaders the win in their Division 4 North game in Horsham Park on Saturday. Rusper dominated the first half, and deservedly took the lead when they scored from a well worked goal. Indeed only a fine save from Crusaders’ keeper James Hatton ensured that it was only 1-0 to the visitors at half time. The second half was a different story, and Crusaders were on top from the start, and a fine goal from Ali Hughes brought Crusaders level. Only minutes later, Matt Mason put Crusaders in front from the spot after Matt Probin was pulled back in the penalty area. Hughes and Janes Cawston had chances to increase the lead, but the chances were missed, and these missed opportunities were to prove costly. With just moments to go,

and with Rusper piling on the pressure, Crusaders captain Luke Higham turned the ball into his own net to ensure the game finished all square. Crusaders’ huge injury list continues to grow; this week it was Matt Probin, who suffered a broken arm, meaning he will be out until Christmas.

Ladies football Horsham Sparrows Ladies faced another encounter with Rottingdean in a reverse fixture of last week. Sparrows went ahead when Lucy Sharpe’s mazy run was superbly finished with a fierce shot into the roof of the net. Unfortunately Sparrows found themselves 3–1 down until Lucy Sharpe was felled in the penalty box. Chloe Ansell converted the spot kick to take it to 3-2 at the break. Stand-in keeper Liana Brooksbank and Elizabeth Sharpe did superb work to nullify the Rottingdean attack. However, with Sparrows being reduced to 10 players for the whole of the second half, Rottingdean notched a couple of goals to eventually run out 5-2 winners, although Hannah Wright and Carys Dunn both went close for the Sparrows. Send match reports to

the resident | Friday 29 October 2010


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Pictures: John Lines

Allstars selfdestruct again

Goals galore at game for fan’s fave French The players and fans came out in force for Eddie French's big day, with some of the Hornets' best loved performers from the last 10 years pulling on the amber jersey once again for what can best be described as pure Fantasy Football, Horsham style! Jamie Taylor, Gavin Geddes, Steve Flain, Ian Chatfield and John Kirby were among those who needed no second invitation to give up their Sunday in support of their luckless former team-mate, who watched from the sidelines nursing a second broken leg in less than 3 years. The match, played at Alfold's charming Dunsfold Road ground, saw the 'Legends' up against the Horsham Supporters' side Horsham 1881 whose numbers were complimented by Horsham firstteamers Mark Knee, Adam Hutchings, Pat Harding, Dean Wright and Lee Farrell. Beautiful autumnal sunshine greeted the start of the match but Nigel Brake would undoubtedly have wished for murkier conditions in which to hide his early embarrassment after miscontrolling each of the first two passes he received, to the mocking delight of the watching crowd that included John Maggs, Club President Frank King, and first team skipper Ben Andrews. The first half was becoming pretty much one-way traffic with Carney dictating things from his usual central midfield position against the 1881 lads, and Castrechino opened the scoring on 18 minutes when Carney and Geddes combined to set him up for an easy finish. In reply 1881's player/manager, Darren 'Twig' Jestico, shot over from close range, but it wasn't long before Frankland was picking the ball from the back of his net again when Geddes showed a neat touch and good pace to move clear of the defence and find Brake, who beat Frank-

land with ease. Frankland continued to prove a significant barrier when he acrobatically kept out fellow coach Ian Payne's first time shot but he could only stand and watch when Flain's effort clipped the top of the crossbar. Flain had quickly become something of a cult figure at the club after joining the Hornets in 1999, with comments about his portly appearance and goalscoring prowess made in equal measure! At the break, the energetic Castrechino was recruited by 1881, Pedro replaced Frankland between the posts with Sean Bravery, Andi Marfleet and Joe Clark also coming on. For the Legends, Gary Charman, Michael Death and Brendan Sebuliba got their first taste of the action while Jamie Taylor was happy to escape further

questioning about Eastbourne Borough's FA Cup capitulation against Harrow Borough the previous day by coming on for Geddes. Immediately, two of the replacements combined to extend the lead when Taylor's perfect cross was headed home by Death. A couple of minutes later, 1881 got themselves on the scoresheet when Marfleet's touch inside found Castrechino emulating his first half goal, scoring past Chats into the bottom corner. The tone of the contest was summed up when Clark rugby tackled Taylor in the centre-circle, but anyway, the four goal advantage was restored when Payne fired in from eight yards. The Legends made it 6-1, when Charman and Carney evoked memories of past seasons by combining to set up Tay-

lor for a thumping volley, and Sebuliba made it seven. Light-hearted boos rang out with the supporters preferring to cheer a goal at the other end and Charman tried to oblige them, twice off target when trying to score into his own net! Ignoring the demands of the paying public, Taylor did what he does best and clinically stroked goal number eight. Chats was equal to Castrechino's effort before Carney showed his new-found County League class by volleying a simple chance wide. The shavenheaded maestro held his head in his hands but there was no escaping the inevitable banter from both sides. The shower-dampened spectators got their wish when 1881 scored their second when Twig was on hand to tap home before revelling in the adulation of his fans. Farrell then added an unmissable third for the team in sky blue with Kirbs earning a comical 'assist' for the goal. The good-natured abuse continued until a patient build up involving Flain, Death, Geddes and Brake was finished off when the latter lashed a left foot shot inside the post to make it to 9-3. After the game the players and supporters exchanged banter in the clubhouse, autographs were signed and plots were drawn up to kidnap Taylor and Carney and bundle them off to Truro for next Saturday's FA Trophy tie. Smiles aplenty, then, and none more so than from the man in whose honour this event was staged. Despite being dogged by such ill-fortune over the past couple of years Mr French remained, as always, cheerful and up-beat and was already making his plans for a return to action before the season's end. A special Man, a special Club.

Report courtesy of Horsham FC’s website

Holbrook Huskies started well enough against Brighton Runnin’ Rebels’ zone defence, but it ended up a heavy defeat for the Horsham team. Huskies started with points from Stuart Fullbrook, Ollie Delves and Paul Sparrowhawk and the first quarter ended even at 18 apiece. In the second Rebels switched to an aggressive zone-press and The Huskies' horrors of previous matches returned, with countless turnovers giving Rebels easy fast-break points. Huskies only managed two points in the second, going into half-time 20-40. The second half started with a minor fightback with points from Simon Lockwood and Adam Maguire. However, this was short-lived, as the much quicker Rebel's offence sealed the game by the end of the third leading 31-71. With both benches in the game, the fourth quarter was more even, Rhodri Marsden and Adam Maguire scoring much needed points, but really the second quarter debacle had effectively killed the game dead. Coach Dave Goss said: “I was very impressed with The Rebels’ defence and fast break, and after beating champions Bognor last week, they must be in with a chance of winning the league. “For us it was the same old story, poor undisciplined offence, gifting the opposition easy baskets. We have a long way to go and must continue to practice our court discipline.

Women’s team defeat Crawley

Holbrook Allstars women’s basketball team enjoyed their opening League win away to Crawley Lightning with a determined and skilful display. Allstars opened with a half court man to man defence which Crawley struggled to penetrate. Excellent inside work from Sarah Storey with good outside shooting from Spanish small forward Alex Salichs ensured Allstars opened a 6 point lead at the end of the first period. The second quarter saw a change to an aggressive zone defence from the Horsham visitors who dominated both ends of the court with good ball handling from Lindsay Tavener ensuring a half time lead of 26-15. Although Crawley tried to up their second half performance with a more physical approach, Allstars maintained their discipline with good ball movement and key penetration with Zoe Hall impressing at power forward. Early in the final quarter Crawley reduced the arrears to 4 points but a final offensive burst from Allstars ensured a comfortable 38-30 victory. Coach Nick Probin was delighted with this first win of the season after an excellent all round team performance and has high hopes for a successful season.


Friday 29 October 2010 | the resident

The Resident - 29th October 2010  

The Resident newspaper, 29th of October 2010 issue.

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