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And welcome to the December issue of

Frimley Focus!

phy o S There is no denying it- the Festive Season is fast approaching‌ Are you ready? If not, you’d better get a move on!!! Personally, whilst I find this time of the year magical and exciting, I do find the shops and the crowds a bit overwhelming so, as a family, we have some traditions that slow everything down to a manageable pace. Making Advent wreaths with our friends signals that Christmas is really on its way. We procure our tree through helping the council to clear heathland in exchange for taking our choice of tree home (not for those who are workshy, or want the perfect shaped tree!) We make as many edible gifts as we can- Shortbread stars, fudge, limoncello, chutney- quite often experimental, but always delicious! All these activities give us quality time, filled with fun, laughter, and Christmas music with our children and friends- I would highly recommend it as an alternative to trudging through the crowded shopping Malls! This month we have a whole host of Christmassy features and a huge variety of local businesses all at the ready to help you make this the best Christmas ever, so sit back with a cuppa and enjoy! We at Tulip Publications would like to wish you and your families a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful and Happy New Year! Until next year...

How to survive Christmas Dinners Beauty: Happy Holidays! Books: The Gift of a Good Book Make your own Decorations Fun Quiz: Let It Snow! Kids Page Recipe: Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Hidato Just for Fun Horoscopes

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Eating Out - How to Survive Christmas Dinners Without Blowing Your Diet and Still Enjoy the Occasion! So you're going out to eat and instead of being happy and looking forward to this treat you are filled with panic and angst - all those calories will throw all your good work out of the window. It doesn't have to be like this. You are in control and this is a treat you can enjoy! After all, this doesn't happen 90% of the time. You can eat and drink what you want. Here are a few guidelines to steer you in the right direction‌ Eat What You Would Normally Eat Throughout the Day Do not go without meals to make up for the evening out. Starving yourself will cause you to binge and overeat. You can make allowances over the week saving calories each day. Increase your exercise; remember any form of physical exercise counts. Have A Light Snack Before Your Go Out Having a light snack, such as toast, a banana or a low calorie yoghurt before you go out will take the edge off hunger and stop you gorging the minute you enter the restaurant. Order a Low-Calorie Aperitif Save the Alcohol for Later Remember, alcoholic drinks are high in calories. Quench your thirst with water or low calorie diet drinks, not alcohol. Try making your wine a spritzer (a longer drink with lemonade), and look out for lowcalorie mixers. Be the First to Order on the Table This will stop you being swayed by others' choices. If you know which restaurant you are going to, ask for a copy of the menu in advance – this will help you think ahead about your choice of dishes.

Starters • Choose a clear soup - avoid the thick and creamy options. You can eat the bread but leave out the butter! • Seafood, melon and grapefruit are good choices • Try to avoid rich dressings • A low-calorie starter will show you are in control Main Courses • Choose small cuts of lean read meat • Chicken (grilled) and fish (grilled, poached, steamed) dishes are good choices • Dishes which are fried, coated in breadcrumbs or pastry dishes should be avoided • Order a jacket potato instead of chips • Order extra salads and vegetables • You can ask for dressings to be served separately Desserts • Leave a little time for your food to digest before you order a dessert. Give your stomach time to send signals to your brain you are full (it takes about 20 minutes) • Try a sorbet, a yoghurt dish, fruits or melon Remember • There is no need for seconds • If there are a lot of courses, you can skip one • Try to leave some food on your plate; you will eat less. Just because it's there doesn't mean you have to eat it! • Eat slowly and enjoy the conversation. Put your knife and fork down-allow your body time to digest.

Remember...This is a happy occasion and you can enjoy it!

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Citizens Advice

Worried about the new benefit cuts? The new round of government welfare reforms which started in November will freeze most working age social security benefits, lower the existing benefit caps and remove some disability benefits. Here’s a quick guide to what’s happening and who will be affected. If your benefits are capped If you can’t pay your rent, apply to Surrey Heath Borough Council for a Discretionary Housing Payment. If you can get one, this may help in the short term to pay your rent, or pay for a deposit or removal expenses to help you move to cheaper accommodation If you still can’t afford your rent, apply to the Council for homelessness assistance. This means asking the council to rehouse you or otherwise help you to find somewhere to live. The benefit freeze For the next four years there will be no increases If you have a child with a disability or long term in Universal Credit, Income Support, Job Seeker’s health problem who does not qualify for Disability Living Allowance, contact Surrey County Council Allowance (JSA), Employment and Support Children's Services Department. They may be Allowance, Housing Benefit, the individual child able to help with a cash payment or other elements of Child Tax Credit and most elements assistance of Working Tax Credit. You might be able to get help from a charity check Turn2us.org.uk – or from family or friends. The reduction in disability benefits At present those people with disabilities or health This would not affect your benefits. If you need advice on the benefit cuts or any problems who the DWP consider may be able to work in the near future are required to attend work other matter, you can drop in to our offices in the Portakabin behind the library on Knoll Rd in -focussed interviews and training courses. This Camberley, call 03444 111 444, or e-mail/ “Work Related Activity Groupâ€? are paid around webchat via the Citizens Advice national service ÂŁ30 per week more than JSA. From April 2017 on www.citizensadvice.org.uk onwards this WRAG payment will be withdrawn. The lowered benefit cap The maximum total of benefits for a family with children has been reduced from ÂŁ23,000 to ÂŁ20,000 (ÂŁ13,400 for single claimants without children). For those not yet on Universal Credit the reduction will be made in Housing Benefit, except that a minimum of 50p is guaranteed. The DWP recently forecast that the changes will affect around 100 households in Surrey Heath and 244,000 children nationally.

Child Tax Credit reductions From April 2017 children born to families which already have two children will not be entitled to Child Tax Credit or that element of Universal Credit. For all new claimants the benefits will be reduced by £545. Avoiding the benefit cap If you might be affected, could you or your partner get work or increase your hours of work? Could you move to cheaper accommodation or negotiate a rent reduction? Could you or someone in your household be eligible for one of the benefits which entitles you to an exemption? Your benefit won’t be capped if you receive Working Tax Credit, the support element of Employment and Support Allowance, Disability Living Allowance, Personal Independence Payment, Armed Forces Independence Payment, Industrial Injuries Benefit, Attendance Allowance, Carer’s Allowance, Guardian’s Allowance, War Widow’s or Widower’s Pension or if you have reached the age for getting Pension Credit. There are also exemptions for those who have been in employment for 50 weeks in the last year or are in a care home or hospital.

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Surrey Heath Singers is the performing name of Surrey Heath Choral Society. The choir rehearses on Monday evenings at 19:30 In the hall of High Cross Church, Camberley GU15 3SY. These evenings are entertaining, enriching and enjoyable. If you would like to join in the fun, singing with a friendly group of like-minded people, come along to our rehearsals; a warm welcome is extended to all. www.surreyheathsingers.org.uk 01252 404365

FRIMLEY VILLAGE HALL Frimley Green Road, Frimley.

Are you looking for a new venue for your group or ac vity? Evening vacancies at reasonable rates. Contact the Secretary Mrs Heather Phillips Telephone:

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Frimley Business Associa on The Frimley Business Associa on which is a voice for all businesses in the Frimley area is fast approaching it's ďŹ rst year anniversary. The chairman (who was voted in while he was on holiday) is Michael Usher and he wants to meet up with other business owners to get things going in the community. He comments " it was our commiLee that arranged for the very ďŹ rst Christmas light switch on which was funded by Surrey Heath & Surrey County Council for which we are eternally grateful " he goes on to say "this year we are doing our best to get some aLrac ve owers arrangements aLached to lamp posts on the High Street which will be sponsored by some businesses, we are doing our utmost to increase fooOall and visitors to Frimley". Membership to Frimley Business Associaon is open to all local businesses and is the ideal way to support your community and grow your business The associaon meets regularly to discuss ways to make Frimley a;racve and appealing. Michael says " we are always looking for new members, ideas and energy to help our voice be heard. So, if you would like to join our community for our next meeng (no obligaon) then please contact Michael on 07970 758010

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FRIMLEY FLOWER CLUB, Parish Hall, Parsonage Way, Frimley. (Next to St. Peters Church) We meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month (not August) Doors open at 1.15pm. for a 1.45 start, and the meeting is over by 4.00pm. The entrance fee for a visitor is £4. At each meeting a Demonstrator will complete approximately five arrangements and will raffle them. We are quite a friendly bunch (excuse the pun) and you would be made very welcome. For further information please contact Lynne on 01252 654603.

Frimley Over 60’s Club meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at St. Peter’s Church Hall, Frimley at 1.45pm until 4pm. We have speakers, activities, raffles, information sharing and friendship. We have refreshments at every meeting. So if any one has time on their hands, why not come and join us? Please contact Val Walther on

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If you live in Frimley or Frimley Green Surrey Heath Age Concern currently have 12 older people needing a volunteer friend who will visit for an hour just once a week. The aim of our service is to help older people who may be feeling lonely and isolated by providing the stability of a loyal friend who will regularly visit them at home, providing mutual friendship and companionship. It gives the older person the opportunity to discuss day to day worries with their visitor who can provide reassurance and assistance with ďŹ nding out about local services. Our visitors are carefully matched to an older person living nearby so that both par es can gain mutual enjoyment from their friendship. If you feel you could help an older person by visi ng them at a me to suit your convenience (evenings and weekends are OK too) please give us a call on 01276 707585 for further details.

WE NEED HELPING HANDS Our voluntary group known as Helping Hands have been suppor ng the local community for over 10 years. We provide assistance to residents of MytcheL, Frimley Green and Deepcut, mainly with transport but also simple DIY tasks, gardening, form ďŹ ling etc. Our clients who are principally elderly make a small dona on to cover expenses and our 35 or so volunteers give their me for the beneďŹ t of others with local chari es beneďŹ Tng from any surplus funds we have at the end of each year. “I feel that we are giving help to those that most need it in our local community and this is hugely sa sfyingâ€? is one quote from a volunteer and another said “it’s not a huge commitment as I say no if I am already commiLed to something else in my lifeâ€?. Helping Hands cannot exist without our volunteers. We are becoming busier as it seems that more and more people need our help. If you live anywhere is the local area, have a small amount of spare me available, can drive and would like to give something back to those in most need, joining our group is just for you.

If you are interested in ďŹ nding out more about becoming a volunteer for Helping Hands, please give David Horton a call on 01252 675348. We would love to hear from you.

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St Peters Church is open on Friday and Saturday mornings from 10 to 12. You are welcome to come in for a chat and free refreshments or just a bit of quiet reflection. There is now a community information point with information about social activities, well being and practical help available locally. All are welcome. Camberley Rotary Club is a service organisation providing help to the local community within Surrey Heath, which remember includes the villages of Frimley, Frimley Green, Mytchett, Deepcut, Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham. If you have some time on your hands and want to make new friends why not visit the Club with a view to joining, you will be made very welcome. For further information contact the Club PRO Derek Dearmer on 01276 501938 or derek.dearmer@ntlworld.com Parity Do you have half a day to spare? Would you like to improve your social life and help a great local charity at the same time? Parity for Disability’s Frimley shop is looking for volunteers to join its small, friendly team at 53 Frimley High Street. No experience necessary! If you are interested please call into the shop or phone Millie on 01276 684383. Frimley Probus Club Are you a retired businessman? Do you miss the company and good fellowship that you enjoyed while working? Our Club provides that and a lot more besides. For more details please contact our Secretary Mike Potter on 01276 474231 or email to mikerpotter@aol.com New Society Gardening Club Very friendly ladies club. We meet monthly on every 3rd Thursday at 7.45pm at St. Paul's Church, Crawley Ridge, Camberley. Activities include visiting speakers on a wide variety of horticultural topics and garden outings in the summer. For more information or to arrange a visit please contact Christine on 01252 837640 Lydian Singers are a friendly ladies’ choir who meet on Tuesday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30 pm in term time at North Camp Methodist Church Hall, Farnborough. For more information about us, contact our membership secretary on 01276 502771, email Lydian.singers@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.lydiansingers.net16.net Frimley Lodge Miniature Railway Fare Adult, Child £1. Double ride £1.50 Family Ticket £10 for 14 rides. Please visit www.flmr.org for public running timetable. Camberley Reel Club We are a friendly Scottish Country Dancing Club. We meet at 8pm every Tuesday in St Paul’s Church Hall, Crawley Ridge, Camberley. Do come along and try it. You don’t have to be Scottish, you don’t need a partner, you just need to enjoy dancing, having fun, good company‌. and it is great exercise. Visit www.camberleyreelclub.org.uk or come along on a Tuesday evening. Camberley Decorative & Fine Arts Society part of NADFAS Very friendly society for those interested in art and culture; we meet monthly to hear a visiting expert on a wide variety of fascinating subjects, and have visits to places of artistic and culture interest. Contact the membership secretary through camberleydfas.org.uk or visit www.camberleydfas.org.uk Mercury Masonic Lodge A small friendly Lodge, meeting in Farnborough offering an environment where people from all backgrounds can make lasting Friendships, contribute to the community and have fun. We have an active social side and a long established tradition of charity . For further information contact our secretary on 01252 34972 or secretary@mercurylodge.org.uk or www.mercurylodge.org.uk Pickleball - Runnymede Royals PC welcomes anyone (18 - 90 years !) to come at try this great, fun sport at Lightwater Leisure Centre on Tuesday afternoons, Monday evenings at Charters School, Sunningdale and Saturday mornings at Tomlinscote School, Frimley. A cross between tennis and badminton, but played on a badminton court, Pickleball is particularly suitable for those who are perhaps finding their ability to continue playing traditional racquet sports like tennis, badminton or squash just a little compromised by a loss of general fitness or as a result of injury. Full details on the Club's website www.runnymederoyals.org.uk.

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For a free listing of your NOT- FOR- PROFIT group, contact us on 01276 504582 or email info@tulippublications.co uk Camberley Bowling Club Come along and enjoy a great sport in the summer sun. Bowls is a game for ALL ages. We welcome both new and experienced bowlers .We have qualified coaches on site to help with the basics and improve your game. Our season starts at the end of April and runs through to the end of September. Enjoy our Club facilities as well as meeting and making new friends. We are located in the heart of Camberley. See our website for more details; www.camberleybowlingclub.co.uk or contact annie493b@gmail.com Surrey Heath Age Concern Visiting and Befriending Service. To help older people who are feeling lonely and isolated. SHAC also run a Tea and Coffee Shop in Camberley Town Centre for the over 50’s. For further details please call 01276 707585 The Friday Club. A lively informal group for people of 50 + living in Camberley, Frimley and Fleet areas. Activities include walks, cinema, dining out, theatre, “at home” evenings. Membership just £25 per annum. For information or to arrange a visit, contact Dave on 01252 404365 or Andrea on 01276 24885. St John Badgers for children from 5 to 10 years old meeting at St John Headquarters, Wilton Road, Camberley on Thursday evenings from 6.45 to 8.00 pm To gain badges, Badgers learn about subjects and do special activities. For more information on how to join contact Mrs K. Sutherland on karen.s@sky.com The Frimley Evening Townswomen’s Guild Calling all Ladies! Are you looking for new friends and interests? Why not come and join us? We meet at the Frimley Village Hall on the first Thursday of each month at 7.30pm, and have many activities including: Outings to gardens, and places of interest, Book Clubs, Craft and needlecraft, Painting Group, Monthly Ramble and Stroll, Scrabble Group. We also have talks on varied subjects given by guest Speakers. We are a friendly group and would welcome new members. Call Joan on 01252 834459 or Arline on 01252 836833 Lightwater Angling Society has access to the fishing rights at Hammonds Pond, Lightwater Country park, Lightwater. We have vacancies for new members in both Senior and junior sections. If you are interested, please contact us on 07979 382504 or visit www.lightwateras.bravehost.com or email endpeg@ntlworld.com Surrey Heath Carers Support For information about our service– including training for carers, support groups, relaxation sessions and respite outings– contact the carers support office from 9.30am to 2.00pm on 01276 27390 or email support@surreyheathcarers.org.uk Surrey Heath Local History Club Monthly meetings to hear speakers talk on varied topics on the history of Surrey Heath and its villages. For details of the current programme, visit www.surreyheathlocalhistoryclub.org.uk Windle Valley Runners your local running club, with training sessions on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings. Suitable for both new and more experienced runners. Check out our website windlevalley.com or ring Geoff Williams on 01276 47616117 Mytchett Bowling Club New members are very welcome regardless of age or standard, from complete beginners to experienced bowlers. Interested? Contact Membership Secretary Kevin Rowland 01252 834874 or visit www.mytchettbowlingclub.com We are situated in the Recreation Ground on Hamesmoor Road. Neighbourhood Watch for information on benefits of membership, contact area co-ordinator for Frimley and Mytchett: Steph Edwards 01252 835099 or edwardssteph@btinternet.com For Camberley: David Hacker 01276 686088 or davidhacker@btinternet.com Kindred Spirits Choir for people who have undergone or are undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Meet every Thursday 7.30-9pm at Cove Methodist Church. Call Linda Bellows/ Lani Tom 07530 849921 or email kindredspiritschoir@gmail.com Camberley & District Stamp Club meet in the Church Hall, St Michael's Parish Church, London Road, Camberley on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7.15pm. For further information call 0118 973 1208 or visit our website www.camberleystampclub.org.uk

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Farnborough Jets Korfball Club Try a fantastic sport for men and women of all ages (14 +). Training at Farnborough 6th form college sports hall on Wednesdays at 7.30pm. First 2 sessions free. Visit www.farnboroughkorfball.co.uk or phone Gavin on 07867 526514 Melody for the Mind for people with dementia and memory problems and their carers on 1st and 3rd Fridays each month , 1.30pm at High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley call 01276 66798 or Elsie on 01276 501145. Frimley Over 60’s Club meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at St. Peter’s Church Hall, Frimley at 1.45pm until 4pm. We have speakers, activities, raffles, information sharing and friendship. We have refreshments at every meeting. So if any one has time on their hands, why not come and join us? Please contact Val Walther on 01276 63300. The New Deepcut and Frimley Women’s Institute All Ladies Welcome! Deepcut and Frimley WI is a new, smallish, informal, monthly meeting group of like-minded ladies who regularly meet together for fun, friendship and learning. Our very varied and interesting meetings include talks, demonstrations, workshops, discussions, food tasting, walks and visits. These are complemented by a monthly book club, craft group , lunch/evening meal events and regular outings. Meetings are held at St.Francis Church Hall, Upper Chobham Road, Frimley, GU15 1EE on the second Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm for 7.45. New members are always welcome. Come along as a visitor and check us out. A warm welcome will await you. For further information please phone Chris on 01252 679355. Visually Impaired Surrey Heath We are a volunteer run social club for visually impaired and blind residents of Surrey Heath. Meet 1st and 3rd Thursday afternoons of the month, in High Cross Church, Camberley. Help with transport can be arranged. Club is free, refreshments & raffle ÂŁ2. For info call 01483 852343 or email brenord@hotmail.com Renaissance Sword Club We are a sword based martial arts club teaching sword fighting in London, Surrey and the South-East of England We fence with rapiers, sideswords and other weapons of the Renaissance, not as re-enactment but as a modern martial art. The sword style we use are from the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. These even include French rapier from the time of Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu of Musketeer fame! The contact is Rob Runacres, Instructor, 07763954927. Email: enquiries@dancingwithsteel.com Website: www.renaissanceswordclub.com Single and Sociable The “Single and Sociableâ€? social club has been running for over six years now, and we have weekly meetings in this area. The club is open to single people, or people permanently living apart from their partners. The club issues a weekly newsletter, by email, of events coming up. These events include meals out, Barn Dances, walking, dancing, bowling, golf, badminton and tennis. We are a very active group! If you would like to find out more about the club, and to be invited to one of our New Members’ Evenings, please email Robin at: WOLBSC@sky.com Surrey Heath Singers is the performing name of Surrey Heath Choral Society. The choir rehearses on Monday evenings at 19:30 In the hall of High Cross Church, Camberley GU15 3SY.These evenings are entertaining, enriching and enjoyable. If you would like to join in the fun, singing with a friendly group of like-minded people, come along to our rehearsals; a warm welcome is extended to all. www.surreyheathsingers.org.uk Basingstoke Canal Canoe Club We are a friendly club based at the Canal Centre in Mytchett, Surrey, and open to all ages from 8-80+ and all ability levels. We offer courses, training and trips for all aspects of kayaking and canoeing including 'flat water' racing, 'white water' kayaking, Canadian Canoe and Sea Kayaking. Check out our website for full details.

www.b3c.org.uk or Contact us on membership@b3c.org.uk The Autism Trust We are a small charity in the centre of Camberley, our main focus is training young people with autism in employability to enable them to live independent lives. There is always lots going on, from craft mornings, and coffee mornings to working with the young people themselves and helping to organise the online shop as well as many other activities. We could really do with more volunteers - pop in and see us sometime! Online www.theautismtrust.org.uk, email info@theautismtrust.org.uk

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