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And welcome to the December issue of

Three Villages! 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 shops! 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...

Beauty: Happy Xmas! Make your own Decoraons Cake & Bake: Mini Streudels Tips for Decorang the Tree Books: The Gi8 of a Good Book Just For Kids Acv8:Eang Out Technology: Trends for 2017 Ask Andy: Decorang Tips The Village Gardener Horoscopes

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Eang Out - How to Survive Christmas Dinners Without Blowing Your Diet and Sll 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! A8er all, this doesn't happen 90% of the me. You can eat and drink what you want. Here are a few guidelines to steer you in the right direcon… 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 Aperif 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 opons. You can eat the bread but leave out the buOer! • 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 liOle me for your food to digest before you order a dessert. Give your stomach me 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 conversaon. Put your knife and fork down-allow your body me to digest.

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Windlesham Country Market Is a local community co-operave. The market meets on 1st Saturday of the month from February to November and 2nd Saturday in December. Our next market is 10 a.m. – 11.30 a.m.

10th December 2016 All Saints’ Community Hall, Broadway Road Lightwater GU18 5SJ. Home made baked goods, savouries, preserves and honey are all produced by our cooks holding Level 11 Hygiene cerficates and registered with their Local Authority. In addion plants, fruit and vegetables in season are available. A varied selecon of cra8 stalls including local arsts are also present. Refreshments are on offer and there is a car park at the rear of the hall accessed by a track beside the hall. We are always looking for talented home cooks, home growers and home cra8s people to become members of Windlesham Country market.

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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 Allowance (JSA), Employment and Support Living Allowance, contact Surrey County Council Allowance, Housing Benefit, the individual child Children's Services Department. They may be elements of Child Tax Credit and most elements able to help with a cash payment or other of Working Tax Credit. assistance The reduction in disability benefits You might be able to get help from a charity At present those people with disabilities or health check Turn2us.org.uk – or from family or friends. problems who the DWP consider may be able to This would not affect your benefits. work in the near future are required to attend work -focussed interviews and training courses. This If you need advice on the benefit cuts or any “Work Related Activity Group” are paid around other matter, you can drop in to our offices in the £30 per week more than JSA. From April 2017 Portakabin behind the library on Knoll Rd in onwards this WRAG payment will be withdrawn. Camberley, call 03444 111 444, or e-mail/ webchat via the Citizens Advice national service Child Tax Credit reductions on www.citizensadvice.org.uk 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. The lowered benefit cap The maximum total of benefits for a family with children has been reduced from £23,000 to £20,000 (£13,400 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.

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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1st Bagshot Scout Group has Beaver, Cub and Scout sessions that run every Monday evening during term time at St Anne’s Church Hall, Bagshot. For more information please email info@bagshotscouts.org.uk or visit www.bagshotscouts.org.uk Lightwater Baby and Toddler Group Every Friday 9.45 to 11.30am (term time only) Catering for children up to 4 years old, this group offers a friendly safe and clean environment for children to play and mums to get together and enjoy a cup of tea! lightwatertoddlergroup@hotmail.co.uk Friday Night Youth Club (FNYC) run by volunteers through the Windle Valley Youth Project, which runs during term time. It is held at Connaught Junior School for school years 7-10, from 7.30-9pm, for young people from the three villages and the surrounding area. For more information or to go on the waiting list (year 6 and above) please contact carolyn@wvyp.org.uk or check out www.wvyp.org.uk Lightwater Youth Club in partnership with Lightwater Club (CIU). The club runs on Weds evenings from 7-8:30pm and is open to anyone in school years 8-13. Space to chat with friends, play games, pool and table tennis, as well as games on the Wii. There's also the chance to learn to play snooker or improve your game. If you're interested in joining, email: loraine@wvyp.org.uk

Networking Lightwater Business association for more information on our activities, call Mike Loughton on 01276 451465 or email chairman@lightwaterbusiness.co.uk Surrey Heath Business Association Breakfast networking at its best. Business Referrals and a hearty breakfast on a Wednesday morning. To find out more, call Linda on 01276512710 or email breakfast@shbn.co.uk

Strike up new friendships when you join Camberley and District Probus Club for rered or semi-rered men with professional or business background. Members and partners parcularly enjoy the camaraderie of our regular oungs, annual holiday, occasional bowls, golf and quiz contests. We meet on the first Wednesday of the month for a convivial lunch at Pine Ridge Golf Club. We’re a welcoming club: to find out more contact assistant secretary Brian Barrow : 01276 21771 brianlbarrow@gmail.com www.camberleyprobus.org.uk

ARE YOU OVER 50 WITH A PENSION POT ? WOULD YOU LIKE HELP WITH YOUR NEW PENSION CHOICES ? The CAB is offering free and confidential guidance at a bureau near you. Our trained CAB guiders will help you understand the jargon and your pension options

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Churches Bagshot Methodist Church, Jenkins Hill, Bagshot, The Brook Church, The Square, Bagshot, Christ the King RC Church, Guildford Road, Bagshot, St Anne’s C of E Church, Church Road, Bagshot, All Saint’s Church, Broadway Road, Lightwater , St John the Baptist Church, Church Road Windlesham, Windlesham Parish Church, Kennel Lane, Windlesham Emmanuel Baptish Church, Highams Lane, Windlesham

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Doctors and Healthcare Park House Surgery, Park Street, Bagshot, Bridge View Dental Practice, Guildford Road, Bagshot, Windle Valley Centre, Park Street, Bagshot, Lloyds Pharmacy, 36, High Street, Bagshot,

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Lightwater Surgery, 39 All Saints Rd, Lightwater, 01276 538600 (Mon to Fri 8.00 to 18.30) Boots the Chemist, 43 Guildford Road, Lightwater, 01276 479875 (Mon to Fri 9.00 to 18.00, Sat 9.00 to 17.30) Lightwater Pharmacy, 48 Guildford Road, Lightwater, 01276 472310 (Mon to Fri 8.45 to 18.00, Sat 8.45 to 14.00) Lightwater Physiotherapy, 5,Turnville Close, Lightwater 07876 654321 Windlesham Dental Care Centre, School Road Windlesham 01276 474194 Windlesham Village Pharmacy, 20 Updown Hill, Windlesham 01276 472224 Facilities and services Bagshot Library, 63, High Street, Bagshot, 0300 200 1001 (Mon, Tue, Wed and Fri: 14.00 to 17.00 Sun: closed, Thu 10.00 to 13.00, Sat: 10.00 to 13.00) Lightwater Library, 83a Guildford Road, 0300 200 1001 (Tue 10.00 to 17.00, Fri 10.00 to 17.00, Sat 10.00 to 13.00) Bagshot Care, 07973 560216 Bagshot Playing Fields Association Pavillion, 01276 471943 Connaught Pavillion, 3 Whitmore Road, 01276 452795 Recycling centre, Swift Lane, Bagshot, 01276 474470 Windle Valley Youth Project, 07768 305060 Bagshot Children’s Centre, School Lane, Bagshot, 01276 473093 Bagshot Society, 07050 106649 Girl Guiding (Volunteers always welcome), www.girlguiding.org.uk/joinus Rainbows (5-7) Brownies (7-10) Guides (10-14 ) Rangers (14+) Sure Start Children’s Centre, School Lane, Bagshot, 01276 473093 Lightwater Care, Assistance (Mon to Fri 10 to 12): 07831 899456 Volunteers: 01276 473679 Co-op 57 Guildford Road, Lightwater, 01276 474108 (Mon to Sat 7.00 to 22.00, Sun 10.00 to 16.00) Lightwater Business Association, 01276 476161 Windlesham Caring 01276 452900 The Link , St John’s Church, Church Road, Windlesham 01276 451570 Chertsey Road Hall, 41 Chertsey Road, Windlesham 01276 855074 Windlesham Club and Theatre, Kennel Lane, Windlesham 01276 472210

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Clubs and Societies Bagshot Good Companions Club meets at the Parish Hall on the last Friday of the month for tea, with bingo and a raffle. We also have a schedule of outings throughout the year. For more information or to join an outing, please ring Mrs Nutbrown on 01276 473740 St Annes Church Centre, Church Road Bagshot. Women’s Group. Come and meet friends old and new. We meet at 7.45 on a Thursday evening once every 2 months. For dates/ further information or to hire the Church Centre, please contact the Church Office on 01276 8505765 Mon– Fri 10-12. Womens Institute warmly welcomes new visitors. A varied programme of speakers is organised. 1st Thursday of the month 2.15 pm St Annes Parish Hall, Bagshot 2nd Wednesday of the month 2.00 pm All Saints Church Hall, Lightwater 3rd Wednesday of the month 7.45 pm Chertsey Road Hall, Windlesham Melody for the Mind for people with demena 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. The Bagshot Society is open to all residents and those interested in the village. Its aims are to promote the village, protect and enhance its environment and conserve its heritage. For details see the society’s page on www.bagshotvillage.com or call the chairman, June Green, on 01276 453692 St Anne’s Parish Hall, Bagshot an outstanding venue for kids birthday parties and more. Close to High Street, plenty of space, only £40. for more information call 07050 106649 or visit www.bagshotvillage.com The Crossley Club is a family social club in Lightwater, Surrey at the very heart of the villages community - the club holds various social functions - Bingo on Tuesdays 2-3.30pm, bands, discos, quizzes and much more. We also have a fantastic function room for hire. Contact Dick or Rose on 01276 473889 or via email on enquiries@crossleyclub.co.uk Windlesham Dawn Lodge A vibrant friendly Lodge which subscribes to local charities, meeting four times a year in February, April, October and December at the Chertsey Masonic Hall. Joining members and enquiries from non-masons welcomed. Please call 01276 63180 (evenings) The Windlesham Society is open to all Windlesham residents. It is registered with the Charity Commission and, in addition to its own specific objectives, acts as an umbrella organisation for other village initiatives that aim to enhance our environment and improve facilities. For more details and to join the Society do visit our Website at www.windleshamsociety.co.uk Contact us: info@windleshamsociety.co.uk or Graham Bullen (Chairman) 01276 452074 Lightwater Surgery Patient Participation Group The overall aim of the group is to develop a positive and constructive relationship between patients, the practice and the community it serves, ensuring the practice remains responsive to all its patient’s needs. For more information visit lightwatersururgery.co.uk or contact patients@lightwaterlocal.co.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 Lightwater Chess Club Meet in the Red Lion, Lightwater, 2-4 pm each Friday. Beginners welcome! Contact Les for details: 01276 476305 Neighbourhood Watch for information on benefits of membership, contact area co-ordinator. Mike Potter 01276 474231 or MPotter@surreyheathnw.co.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 Lightwater Gardening Club We are a friendly Group and have excellent speakers on the first Tuesday of each month on a wide range of subjects connected to gardening. Refreshments provided. New members welcome. We meet at St John’s Hall, behind St John The Baptist Church, Church Road, Windlesham GU20 6BL at 7.45 pm.Visitors welcome at £5 or £17 for a Years’ Membership For information about the Club, visit our website:www.lightwatergardenclub.co.uk or call Jackie Aylott - 01276 476259 Mobile:07775833955

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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 £2. For info call 01483 852343 or email brenord@hotmail.com Bagshot Playing Field Association College Ride, Bagshot. Beautiful refurbished hall for hire for parties or activities from £18 per hour. Access to field and excellent parking. Contact 01276 471943 Surrey Border Lions are members of the world’s largest and most active service club organisation comprising men and women who are committed to solving worldwide health and social problems. Formed in 1980, Surrey Border Lions organise events in order to raise money for good causes in our local villages (Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham). Surrey Border Lions meet on the second Monday of each month at 20:00 at The Half Moon, Church Road, Windlesham, GU20 6BN; for details call 0845 8339553 or visit http://www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/surrey_border/index.php Chobham Floral Club meets at 8 pm on the third Wednesday of each month from February to December at Chobham Village Hall. There are regular demonstrations of floral art, given by NAFAS demonstrators, which are both inspiring and informative. Workshops showcasing new skills and ideas are held during the year. No previous flower arranging skills required. Why not come along and see for yourself? For further details contact Barbara Caldrcourt on 01483 472566 or email bcaldecourt@gmail.com. Darby and Joan Club, Lightwater meet on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 1.30 -3.45 in All Saints Church Hall, Lightwater. All Welcome. Contact Mrs Risby 01276 474880 for details.

Sport and Wellbeing Lightwater Rugby Club established over 35 years. New players of all levels welcome. Training every Wednesday 7-9pm Lightwater Leisure Centre for more details call Ian Batty on 07855 261313 or email play@lightwaterrfc.co.uk or visit www.lightwaterrfc.co.uk Windlesham Bowls Club We welcome new members, so if you would like to find out more about us, please have a look at our website : www.windleshambowlsclub.co.uk or call Ray Swatridge 01344 883664. Bagshot and Lightwater Short Mat Bowls Club are looking for new members! Please contact Pam Law on 01276 475876 or Don Francis on 01276 475153 for further information Windlemere Ladies Golf Club Want to play golf at a friendly local club? Contact 01276 479627 for details and a chance to play (or get a handicap) in a very friendly atmosphere. Gentle Breath Meditation Group. Come and practice the Gentle Breath Meditation in a relaxed and friendly group. We usually meet on the first and third Tuesday of the month at The Challen Room, All Saints Church Hall, Lightwater 6.50pm for 7pm start. Everyone welcome. No charge. Contact ShirleyAnn Walters 07876 654321 or shirleyann.06@btinternet.com Heart Full Voices Discover your natural voice through graceful sound and song. No musical experience required just a willing heart to be inspired by a friendly group. Everyone welcome. Second Tuesday of the month starting promptly at 7pm-8.30pm at the Challen Room, All Saints Church Hall, Lightwater. Cost £10– first session free. Contact Shirley-Ann Walters 07876 654321 or shirleyann.06@btinternet.com 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 476117 Camberley and Farnborough Hockey Club are a local community club, that has over 200 members across several adult and junior teams, and draws its membership from all around Surrey, Hampshire & London. We are always looking to welcome new players. Astro: Kings International College, Watchetts Drive, Camberley, GU15 2PQ Contact: secretary@candfhockey.co.uk http://www.candfhockey.co.uk Bagshot Tennis Club - New players of all levels and ages welcome - As well as competitive full year membership, We also have a 3 month trial membership that costs only GBP45 and includes 5 free coaching sessions delivered by our highly qualified tennis coaches (Jason, LTA level 5 and Megan LTA level 3 and current ladies no1 Berkshire player). For more details please contact Paul Goodacre for adult membership enquiries at bagshottennisclub@hotmail.co.uk or Gren Gale at bagshottennisclub@hotmail.co.uk for junior coaching and membership enquiries.

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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.

…Surrey Police 101 …Crime Stoppers 0800 555111 …Gas emergency service (Transco) 0800 111999 …Electricity (if your power supply is interrupted) …EDF Energy 0800 7838866 …Southern Electric 08457 708090 …Water 0845 7823333 …NHS Direct 0845 4647 …Frimley Park Hospital 01276 604604 …NCT 0870 4448707 …Samaritans 08457 909090 ...Childline 0800 1111 …Victim Support 0845 3030900 …Citizens Advice Bureau 03444 111445 …Libraries 0845 6009009 …Surrey Heath Borough Council 01276 707100 ...Surrey County Council 03456 009009 …Arriva 01483 506919 …National Rail Enquiries 08457 484950

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The December 16 issue of the popular community magazine for Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham

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