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Welcome to the February/March edition of the SM7 Features found on page Dear Den


What’s your view on….. Internet shopping??


Local Hero


Mystery Review of Hobbledown Farm


Getting your Mojo back


The year of the snake


Community Corner




Peasant in Suburbia


Coffee Break


Kids quiz



As I am writing this, snow is drifting down outside my window and I am dreaming of the day when colourful flowers are popping up in the garden…... and I can have a good spring clean. There is nothing like that day when you can finally open all of the windows and doors, letting in the fresh air. But it also means seeing all of the things that need a scrub or an update throughout the house. Thankfully, we have a number of advertisers who can help us all with this Spring madness. From Boyalls Doors to James Painting to Crystal Clean Ovens to Dream Doors & Opal interiors, I can update my front door, change the wallpaper, remove the scum in my oven, refresh the kitchen cabinets and get new curtains. I like one stop shopping. This obsessive house proud instinct must have something to do with my star sign. I was born in the Chinese year of the Rat. Go to page 22 to find out what animal you were born under and what the year of the Snake means to you. If none of this is getting you moving, you might need to relocate your mojo! Get some great tips on finding your lost motivation on page 36. Have fun reading this issue of the SM7, and don’t forget to mention us to the advertisers that you find here. DixieXX

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Dear Den, What IS the deal with parents needing to tell everyone about their kids grades?! I mean, the grades belong to the students not their parents, don’t they? It seems like this is just one more way of parents competing with parents. I hate this, so I categorically refuse to share my children’s grades with anyone. But, how do I achieve this without everyone thinking that I have thick kids and that is the reason why I don’t compare grades? Grumpy about Grades Dear Grumpy about Grades, If you are genuinely not competitive, then it will not matter what your friends think. You may need to revisit your true reasoning for abstaining from sharing grades. Dear Den, I’m so excited, my daughter is getting married. She wants a big white wedding and has asked that we involve the entire family. But, just like many other families, ours is a bit fragmented and I now have the awkward situation of how to manage the invites. My cousin, Brian, with whom I am very close, lives in LA. He and his wife, Helen, were married for 17 years and Helen is my daughter’s God Mother. She left Brian for their French nanny, Anna, who is now her Life Partner. I really need to invite both Brian and Helen, but this is a delicate situation. Brian’s mother, who will obviously be invited, does not know about Helen’s ‘change of heart’ and her living with Anna. I know this all sounds 14

like a funny soap opera, but I am truly distraught about how to give my daughter her dream wedding with the whole family present while NOT initiating a spectacle of arguments, upset and turmoil. I could really use some advice Manic Mother of the Bride Dear Manic Mother of the Bride, First of all, you must tell Brian that it is time that he tell his mother all. Do not let him wait for the wedding to let his ex-wife explain the circumstances. Furthermore, Helen should be making it easy for both you and your daughter to ensure the wedding is wonderful. Anna should not be excluded, but she does not need to put on show. Helen and Anna need not be on the family table, keeping them away from Brian’s mother. For all you know, Brian’s mother may welcome Anna with open arms, but best be on the safe side. Finally, you need to be strong and make it perfectly clear that the day is all about your daughter. If anyone is unhappy being around anyone else, they should make their excuses now and not attend. Better to have fewer family members than a bust up at the reception. If you have a question for Dear Den, please send your letters to our email:

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Horton Park Children’s Farm Horton Lane, Horton KT19 8PT

If you have children over the age of 11 then you may not have realised that Horton Farm has transformed itself into Hobbledown Farm. It is the same location (hence the address) with an outdoor climbing area and an indoor activity zone along with a small farm. Sound familiar? Well, that is where the similarities stop. This new ‘farm’ has been themed from the children’s book of the same name. It is one of those ‘fairies in a mystical land with crazily named characters’ books. I have to say that the designers of this place were brilliant. All of the climbing facilities outdoor and in, were built in that higgulty piggulty manner that is pictured in the book. They even the have a sand pit where you can dig for crystallite, just like the story says. Furthermore, they have characters walking the grounds. This is where I thought it came a bit unglued. I was expecting this to be a bit like a poor man’s theme park, but the personnel were not in character, they were just dressed up. And they were not that friendly either. Perhaps I got them on a bad day because a friend of mine attended a children’s party at Hobbledown, and they commented on how good the staff were with the kids! I was also pleased to hear that the beat up huts that once were the setting of every birthday party at Horton Farm, have been updated with faerie lights, fresh paint and new furniture. I hear the food was quite good as well!! My next stop was the farm. It was set up pretty much the same way, in the same area with similar farm animals as Horton farm. But they now have meerkats!!!! No one can pass up watching these adorable creatures. I was immediately won over! 16

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Kids playhouse

Shooting the cannon

After an hour or so outside in the cold January weather, we headed into the indoor play barn. It is much bigger than it was before and split into 2 defined zones. One for younger children with a crazy house and a cannon that shoots foam balls. Then there was the crawling maze at the other end for the older ones. One of my boys is 7 and I think I have at least another 3 years of indoor entertainment for him here. The adult seating area was clean and well spaced out, with coffee and refreshments on offer throughout the day. But that doesn’t come cheap. A wrap was over £4.00. While healthy food, or ‘Hobnosh’, was on offer for the little ones, again it came at a price. Other visitors had been more organised than I was and they brought picnics, which seemed to be acceptable in the eyes of the staff. So come prepared. My overall impression of Hobbledown was both positive and negative. First of all, I thought they did a great job of creating a unique, entertaining and interactive outdoor play area. There was something for everyone. I can only imagine how crowded it will be in the summer, but it is a place my kids will dream of coming to. I was also impressed with the indoor play zone. It was easy to keep the boys happy in a warm & safe environment. And need I say anything else about the farm other than ‘MEERKATS’. Just great! However, I was not very pleased with the price. If I come on a week-day in the winter (Nov-Mar), I have to pay £5 for entry as well as paying £7 per child. During the week-end and school holidays the entry is £7.50 for adults and £8.50 per child. Those rates seem like value for money if staying for the whole day. But the summer season prices jump to week-day rates being £9 per adult and £10 for every child. If you choose to go during the week-end in the summer you will have to pay £11.50 per adult and a whopping £12.50 per child. That is £48 for my family of 4 just to go to a farm! It would have to be a special occasion for me to come in the summer and I would certainly expect great weather at those rates!

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On-Line Shopping? The high street is in trouble. The economy has not helped, nor has the out of town mega store or greedy landlords putting up rents. But the real threat to our local shops is sitting in our front rooms, offices and in our pockets. On-Line shopping has crippled many retailers who have not built this easy purchasing method into their business plan. We know this is the future of retailing, but it is not fool proof. We’ve asked a few SM7 readers how they view electronic shopping and whether they think it is the best way to shop. Emma-Banstead “I always go online and check prices before I purchase something. But, I usually go to the shops after that and get it as I don’t like buying clothes for myself without trying things on first. But if it is for the kids or for the house, I will definitely get it on-line. For me, the best thing about shopping on-line is NOT having to drag the kids around the shops with me! “ Fin-ex Warren Road “I find shopping on-line extremely stressful. I’m not great on the computer (I’m still a one finger typist) and when I do try buying something, I will get all the way to the check-out and find that I don’t have the right password or credit card or whatever. It is so frustrating. Maybe I need more practice-but that won’t happen as it bugs me too much to try. So, while I am not a fan of shopping, if I need to get an item I will be sticking to the old-fashioned methods for now and hit the high street. “ Heather-High Beeches “I always compare prices on different web sites before buying anything. But I enjoy shopping, so I take the information I learned on-line when I go to the shops. I still like to see things in person, checking the quality and feel of things before buying. But, many items are not available in store so I then will order on-line. And you sure can’t beat internet shopping when it is cold and horrible outside!” Juliet-Kingswood “I am a big fan of shopping on-line with Next. They have taken all of the hassel out of it. They have next day free delivery, if you need to return something they either collect from your front door or you drop it at someplace local where they will collect it. You don’t pay right away, they bill you. All of the other retailers who offer on-line facilities should consult with these guys, they do it right!” 18

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Spotlight on a local….STAR Sponsored by It is very exciting to announce Simeon Milton as the Local Hero of the Feb/March SM7 magazine. As a boy he moved to Sutton and began his enthusiasm for sports where he excelled in both cricket and rugby. Remaining in the general area, he has continued his involvement in each of these sports through coaching , training, refereeing and umpiring at the Chipstead Cricket Club and The Chipstead Rugby Club every weekend. His commitment to these sports is exceptional.

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Simeon is an Osteopath by trade, owning the Epsom Downs Osteopathic Clinic on Great Tattenhams. This profession allowed him a once in a life time opportunity of being appointed as the Clinical Lead Osteopath for the Olympic and Paralympic games this past summer. This was a huge voluntary role as it was the 1st time that Osteopaths were included as part of the Central Medical Team. After interviewing and hiring all of the Osteopaths for the games, he and his team looked after the athletes from all of the countries who were unable to bring along their own medical staff. Therefore, he treated over 50% of the countries representing the games. Simeon spent the entire Olympic and Paralympic games either in the Athletes Village or at one of 2 remote locations attending athletes osteopathic needs. While his participation was all-consuming (over 50 days) and it played a critical role in the smooth running of these games, his was a purely voluntary position-and he loved every minute of it. He admits that it is truly the best thing he has ever done. But Simeon is not sitting back and relishing in the glory of his time at the summer games. He is planning for the future. His hope is to provide similar voluntary services for the upcoming Commonwealth games and to the future medical representatives of the Olympic & Paralympic games . He is doing all of this while running a business and helping to raise a family with his wife Carolyn. Now that is what I call a true hero!! If you know of anyone who you think ‘fits the bill’ of Spotlight on a Star, please let us know. Every ‘Star’ receives a £25.00 gift voucher & a bouquet of flowers compliments of Waitrose Banstead as our way of saying thanks! Please send nominations to

THE YEAR OF THE SNAKE 02/10/2013 - 01/30/2014 (Water) According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of 2013 is the Year of the Snake, which begins on February 10, 2013 and ends on January 30, 2014. The Snake, also called Junior Dragon, is the sixth sign of the Chinese Zodiac, which consists of 12 Animal Signs. It is the most enigmatic, intuitive, introspective, refined and collected of the Animals Signs. Ancient Chinese wisdom says a Snake in the house is a good omen because it means that your family will not starve. People born in the Year of the Snake are keen and cunning, quite intelligent and wise. They are great mediators and good at doing business. Therefore, you should have good luck if you were born in the Year of the Snake. This is a year of the water Snake, and all things will be possible. Saving money and being thrifty should be your top priorities. Delusion and deception are common in the year of water Snake. Stay alert! To gain the greatest benefits from this year, you must control spending and use your talents wisely. If you are planning to get married or to begin a business partnership, be sure to thoroughly investigate the other person's finances and background before you legalize the alliance. People born in the Year of the Snake share certain characteristics: Acute, aware, charming, cunning, elegant, mysterious, passionate, proud, serene, and vain. They are attractive people who cry with ease and do not become flustered easily. They are graceful people, exciting and dark at the same time. They enjoy reading, listening to great music, tasting delicious food, and going to the theatre. They are fascinated with all beautiful things in life. Many of the most beautiful ladies and men with the strongest personalities were born in the

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1. What is the name of the official national anthem of the USA? 2. Who is the current Prime Minister of Australia? 3. What is the capital city of Afghanistan? 4. Which two colours are on the flag of Poland? 5. Which is the only US state to begin with the letter ‘P’ 6. On a Monopoly board, which street shares the same colour as Leicester Square and Piccadilly? 7. The bank Santander shares its name with a town in which country? 8. Paraguay has borders with Brazil, Bolivia and which other country? 9. In which country is Mount Everest? 10. What is the national currency of Egypt?

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Across 1. Large voracious aquatic reptile (9) 5. Female chicken (3)

Down 1. May be Bactrian or dromedary (5) 2. The largest living bird (7)

3. Killer whale (4) 4. Snakelike fish (3) 8. Immature lifeform prior to metamorphosis (5) 5. Solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped (5) 7. Marine mammal (4) 10. Animal den (4) 9. Small viper (5) 11. Dog (6) 12. Wading bird (4) 14. Mythical monster (6) 13. Colony insects (4) 14. Horned ruminant mammal (5) 15. Salted and smoked herring (6) 16. North American burrowing rodent, 18. Animal symbol (6) ___ dog (7) 19. Young of 14 Down (4) 17. Extinct heavy flightless bird (4) 22. Large black and white herbivorous 18. Extremely large pelagic tropical ray (5) Mammal (5) 24. Freshwater carnivorous mammal (5) 20. Ursine mammals (5) 6. Small parasitic arachnids (5)

25. Constrictor (3) 26. Arboreal rodents (9)

21. Echinoderm, ___ fish (4) 23. Donkey (3)

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The Peasant in Suburbia A personal series on modern old-fashioned living by Oudeis Nemo REAL MAYONNAISE Why is shop mayonnaise off-white, when eggs (especially those laid at home) are a sunny orange? What do “they” add (if you knew what xanthan was, you would not want to eat it) or omit? Use a food processor if you wish, but that depersonalises the product: whisk while ye may, even if it is a bit of a fag. (It saves on washing up though, which is a major plus.) INGREDIENTS (organic wherever possible): 2 egg yolks; 1 heaped tsp. mustard powder; juice of ½-1 lemon (zest optional); 1 clove garlic (optional); 1 tbsp. white wine vinegar; ½ tsp. salt; ½-1 tsp. white peppercorns; about 300 ml olive and/or sunflower and/or safflower oil (s). EQUIPMENT: Sharp knife and chopping board; fruit squeezer; mixing bowl; whisk (or processor). METHOD: separate the eggs; put the yolks in the mixing bowl (keep the whites for meringues, mousses, whatever); squeeze the lemon; crush the garlic to a paste with the salt; pulverize the pepper: put everything except the oil with the yolks. Mix well. Start trickling in the oil(s), simultaneously whisking quickly (but not violently or it will develop a tendency to fly – messy). Continue to trickle and whisk until it all emulsifies and thickens. (Some books like to scare you with dire threats of a ‘split’ – pay no heed, as it should never happen if you trickle.) IMPERATIVE: compare with shop bought: not cheaper, perhaps, if using quality ingredients, but silkier and more citrussy (or, as my demented spellcheck insists, ‘citrussier’, which sounds like the waiter in charge of the fruit) and much more exciting than the stolid, suspiciously gelatinous acidity of commercial ‘mayo’. This is something which deserves more than being smeared near a salad (although that’s far from unfitting): it is a real mayonnaise, made superior by your choice of ingredient and personal effort, so... SERVING SUGGESTION: Spooned onto steaming, fresh salad potatoes with handfuls of freshly chopped herbs and spring onion, and a little sea salt and crushed black pepper. Mixed with chopped gherkin, caper and dill for a perfect Sauce Tartare. Spread generously in a BLT. Egg mayonnaise. Combined with (home-made?) ketchup and cayenne for a glorious Rose Marie sauce for prawn cocktail. With frites (à la Belge, very nice with your actual moules). Enough said.

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Each letter in this puzzle is represented by a number 1-26. Can you crack the code and solve the crossword? Every letter of the alphabet is used at least once. Three letters are already in place to get you started.

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1. How many years are there in a millennium?________________________ 2. True or false? The horse is the fastest land animal. __________________ 3. The Beatles music band featured how many members?_______________ 4. True or false? Scarlet is a bright red colour. __________________ 5. What galaxy is Earth located in?______________________________ 6. What is the first element on the periodic table of elements? ___________ 7. True or false? Mickey Mouse's middle name is Fauntleroy. __________ 8. How many sides does a triangle have? _______________________ 9. True or false? Harry Potter's middle name is James. ___________________ 10. Bees create what sweet substance? ____________ Across Down 2. 7 down minus 482 1. Four times eight 4. Number of weeks in a year 2. 12 across minus 16 across 5. Number of days in four weeks 3. 1640 doubled 7. Seven times nine 4. 6 down minus 5 across 6. Nine times nine 8. 8617 re-arranged 7. Five times 121 10. 15 down plus forty-two 9. Half of 1450 12. Quarter of 100 11. 716 doubled 13. Half of 10486 14. A third of sixty-three 15. Half of 10 across 15. Number of hours in two days 16. Quarter of 4 across 17. Half of 164 17. Four times twenty-two 19. 100 divided by five 18. 82+62+78

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Priory Preparatory School Priory Preparatory School in Banstead is one of the leading preparatory day schools for boys in Surrey. In 2012, the School, which caters for boys aged 2-13, continued its 100% success rate at Common Entrance and it was also found to be ‘Outstanding’ in every section of its latest ISI Inspection Report. The School has an excellent Scholarship record and has expanded its Early Years department. There are approximately 200 boys in total. The School has revealed a number of new developments including an Early Years outdoor play area, a ball court, an astro-turf, a climbing frame, new classroom facilities for the Pre-Prep and an impressive new frontage that allows for more parking. In 2012, the Old Priorians Association was launched for former pupils, former parents and former members of staff and the demand for places at Priory Prep has grown significantly. The School has an excellent reputation for preparing boys for Common Entrance and other examinations and in helping the boys achieve scholarships to leading independent schools and places at grammar schools. Records show that for over 20 years, every Priory Prep boy has passed to his parents’ choice of school at age 13 plus. The next Pop In Morning is on Wednesday 6th February 2013 from 9am until 11am. There is no need to register beforehand, just pop in and see the School in action! You can also come to our Open Morning which will be on Saturday 16th March 2013 from 10am until 12noon. Please also visit the website at for further information.

The 1st of March and 17th of April are critical dates in many people ‘s 2013 diaries. Parents who have applied for secondary school places for the school year starting Sept ’13 , will discover whether their first choice school has been honoured on 1st March. Those parents who have applied for places in a primary school for this same school year will discover their child’s destiny on 17th April. This is an enormously stressful time for both parents and students. But should it be?? The fate of our children’s future is a bit of a lottery. Distances between school gates and homes are measured in metres not miles, tutors are hired a year in advance to prepare pupils for entrance exams, families move to ensure school catchment areas are achieved and still there is no guarantee that a child will receive an invitation to join the desired school. What should you do if your greatest fears are met and your child does not get into their first choice school? First and foremost, don’t panic. Hundreds of parents and students each year face this dilemma. You need to remain focused and open-minded. Being negative, particularly around your child, ,is very unhelpful and will make the situation worse for them around their friends and peer group. Remember that every school has good and bad points. Ensure that you have not overlooked the positive elements of the school that you have been allocated. Talk to your child. They may be happy to attend this school. While parents often know best, this is not always the case. It is good to note that a happy & confident child is a successful student. Furthermore, if entrance grades were not met, then perhaps being top of the class in another school will be better than bottom of the class in your chosen one. If you have decided to fight the initial decision, ensure that you meet the strict timeframes that are in place to do so. Use the expertise of staff at both your current school and the first choice school. Be prepared to be placed on waiting lists and become friendly with the admissions office personnel. All of these points will help your case move forward. However, my honest advice is to believe in fate. Everything happens for a reason - we simply don’t know what that reason is yet. Give it time to develop and see why it happened to you.


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Plant lore tells us that daffodils bring good fortune to the person who avoids trampling on them, so watch where you step!

The daffodil is a symbol of rebirth - a sign of the new beginnings that come with spring. Daffodils are often found connected with Easter and Easter religious services because of their new birth significance.

Daffodils are the birthday flower of March, the same month as the spring equinox that heralds the beginning of a new season. 56

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