96 February 2020
to the February Issue of Three Villages I donâ€™t know about you, but Iâ€™m not sure where January went! It seems like minutes ago we were seeing in the New Year! Time to take action then, and get stuck into 2019! It may be cold outside, but let us warm you up with our selection of local businesses and some fantastic articles and puzzles! Now is the time that the resolutions of the New Year start to wane, but here at Tulip Publications, we are not giving up on our resolution to continue bringing you a source of informationâ€Ś come rain, snow or shine, we will still deliver to homes in Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham! We are also working on a re-vamp and hope to unveil a spanking new look soon! As for local businesses, we are sticking to our resolution to provide you with the best value marketing opportunity in town! Advertising with us really works as residents read and retain the magazine...Just ask Andy Hibberd from AJH decorating- â€œIâ€™ve had excellent feedback from the articles and gained lots of new customers through advertising regularly in Three Villages!â€? Take advantage of our VERY SPECIAL winter offer â€Ś a whopping 15% off for all new bookings made by the end of February! Call or mail quoting TV02 (remember the cut off for entries in the March magazine is 15 February!)
Of course we would also love to hear from you with your local club and charity events, so please do keep the information coming in, so we can help make your event even more fabulous! Until next time
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Baking: Bananas in Blankets Ask Andy: Tips & Tricks Community News and Events Fun Quiz: ABC Hidato CAB: Are you â€œliving togetherâ€?? Local Groups, Clubs & Socie#es Puzzle Solu#ons Numbers that Count Index of Adver#sers Disclaimer
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Just for Fun
Each row, column and 3x3 box must contain the numbers 1through to 9 just once. This can be done by applying logicâ€“ you donâ€™t have to guess!
Do you enjoy ge1ng lost in a book but canâ€™t get to a library? There are few things that compare to the joy of geLng lost in a really good book, or chaLng about what you have just read. But what if age, ill health, mobility problems or caring responsibili#es make it diďŹƒcult for you to get to a library? Library Direct can help. Surrey Libraries and its dedicated volunteers work hard to make sure the library service can reach everyone. Library Direct allows individuals to once again select their own books, and have volunteers deliver them right to their doors. In addi#on to having complete access to library stock, this services also helps to combat isola#on. Volunteers will oen stop for a drink and chat, and in many cases, form friendships with the people they are visi#ng. The service has helped change the lives of countless individuals. One Library Direct client says, â€œI can't get out very much so the service is invaluable to me.â€? Library Direct is a completely free and comes with addi#onal beneďŹ ts for its clients, such as extended loan periods and amount of books you can borrow, plus no ďŹ nes or overdue charges.
As well as suppor#ng individuals in their homes, we oďŹ€er an opportunity for a variety of 'community seLngs' such as care homes, nursing homes, long term in-pa#ent wards and rehabilita#on centres, to provide a library service to their residents. For more informa#on on Library Direct please visit our webpage h5ps://www.surreycc.gov.uk. Alterna#vely, you can call 01483543599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Many older people live near us who are lonely and isolated with liPle or no family contact and would really appreciate a visit to have a chat and talk through things that are bothering them with a friend. This friendship can make a really big diďŹ€erence in both the lives of the older person and their volunteer. 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. Our visitors are carefully matched to an older person living nearby so that both par#es can gain mutual enjoyment from their friendship. Si if you feel you could help an older person by visi#ng them at a #me to suit you (evenings and weekends are OK too) please give us a call on 01252 266841 or email oďŹƒce@sh-ac.org.uk
Our next FREE networking evening is Tuesday 7th March At the Red Lion pub 6.00pm- 8.00pm
Community News & Events
Please contact us on 07973 560216
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
Are you wondering if you can draw or paint? Or do you know already but want more pracce Then come and join us at the
WINDLESHAM ART GROUP
The Windlesham Art Group is a well established club which meets on a Tuesday morning from 11.15 to 2.15 every two weeks in the Link at St John’s Church, Windlesham. It is open to all ages and a wide geographic community – from Camberley to Sunningdale, Windsor to Chobham and beyond. Some members are new to art and are exploring and developing their abili#es with guidance on techniques and subjects from the more experienced members. Some of the more prac#sed members are now exhibi#ng and even selling their crea#ons. Whether an absolute beginner or a seasoned ar#st, they all like the friendly, relaxed, undemanding social atmosphere of the group. Each session costs £3 to cover the overheads and includes coﬀee/ tea and biscuits. Bring your own picnic lunch and enjoy yourself.
For dates and further informa#on, contact June Pugh (01276 503 702) (email@example.com) or Terry Woodger (01276 451 647) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Community News & Events
Tringhams West End Centre and Lunch Club Fancy ge1ng out of the house for a bit, enjoying home cooked food and meeng new friends? TRINGHAMS meets on Mondays and Fridays at the Sports Pavillion, Benner Lane in West End from 11.00 to 15.00 We are a Charity and have our own mini buses which collect folk from their homes in West End, Bisley, Chobham, Lightwater and Windlesham. Our members are in their 70's, 80's and 90's. Once at the Centre we enjoy coďŹ€ee and biscuits before having a good 'home cooked meal'. There are quizzes, bingo, games, music and newspapers to read. You can have a shoulder massage or your nails done by one of our volunteers. TLC is available in abundance!! We also have occasional ou#ngs to local places of interest. So if you, or someone you know, lives locally and would like to try us out, please give us a call! Would you like to drive a minibus? (You need to be under 75.) Or could you spare an hour or two to help run the centre, by serving refreshments or simply having a chat? We are currently looking for volunteers, so if you could spare some #me call us. You can have a lot of fun and make a big diďŹ€erence to peopleâ€™s lives.
Please call Jane or Ruth on 07506461600
Windlesham Country Market Is a local community co-opera#ve. The market meets on 1st Saturday of the month from February to November and 2nd Saturday in December. 10 a.m. â€“ 11.30 a.m. All Saintsâ€™ 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 cer#ďŹ cates and registered with their Local Authority. In addi#on plants, fruit and vegetables in season are available. A varied selec#on of cra stalls including local ar#sts are also present. Refreshments are on oďŹ€er 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 cras people to become members of Windlesham Country market.
Strike up new friendships when you join Camberley and District Probus Club for re#red or semi-re#red men with professional or business background. Members and partners par#cularly enjoy the camaraderie of our regular ou#ngs, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL OUR PENSION WISE TEAM
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Are you “living together”? If you’re one of the 3 million mixed sex couples living together in the UK you now have an alternave to marriage - you can have a civil partnership instead. What is a civil partnership? A civil partnership is a legal rela#onship which can be registered by two people who aren't related to each other. It provides rights very similar to those of a married couple. Once you have registered a civil partnership, it can only be ended if one of you dies, or by applying to court to bring the partnership legally to an end. Being in a civil partnership can aﬀect important aspects of your life including:
Tax A civil partner paying basic rate tax can apply for the Marriage Allowance worth £250 a year if the other partner pays no income tax.
Responsibility for children Not everyone who lives with a child has parental responsibility - a say in your child's healthcare, educa#on, welfare and in whether your child can be taken abroad. A birth mother has automa#c parental responsibility. So does a man who was married to or in a civil partnership with the mother at the #me of the birth, or has completed a legal adop#on. You can check if you have parental responsibility and apply if you don't on GOV.UK.
owner-occupied home irrespec#ve of who pays the bills or has their name on contracts – unless a court has ordered them to leave. If you just live together there are no automa#c “home rights”.
Pensions If you are a civil partner, you may be able to claim a state re#rement pension based on your partner’s na#onal insurance contribu#ons and you will be en#tled to the same treatment from private pension schemes as married couples.
Death and inheritance If one of you dies without leaving a will, a civil partner will automa#cally receive part or all of the property. If you’re just living together you won’t normally receive a share in the estate unless there is a will - and you may also need to pay inheritance tax, whereas civil partners are exempt.
If you need more information you can consult our national website (citizensadvice.org.uk), legal website (advicenow.org.uk) or contact us using the details below.
Adopon If you’re in a civil partnership, adop#on is straighWorward and need not involve an agency, as long as the applicant has lived with the child for at least six months. If you're not in a civil partnership, the procedure is likely to take longer.
Ending a relaonship If you are living together with your partner without being in a civil partnership, you can separate informally without going to court. However, the court has the power to make decisions about who should take care of any children. Both birth parents are responsible for suppor#ng a child ﬁnancially. You will also have ﬁnancial responsibility for a child you have adopted. If you are in a civil partnership, you and your partner can separate informally, but you will need to apply to court if you want to end your civil partnership formally. You and your partner have a legal responsibility to support one another ﬁnancially when your civil partnership has ended, as well as a child for whom you are the birth or adopted parent.
Housing Civil partners are en#tled to remain in a rented or
Citizens Advice Surrey Heath We are a local charity which provides free, confidential and impartial advice to anyone living or working in Surrey Heath. We are now at Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, GU15 3HD Monday to Thursday 10-4 or call 03444 111444. Visit citizensadvicesurreyheath.org.uk for further information including details of outreach sessions at Chobham and Bagshot. Or between 10 and 12 on Wednesdays in Windle Valley Day Centre, Bagshot Or visit our website for more information: www.CitizensAdvice Surrey Heath.org.uk
Local groups, clubs & societies
Local groups, clubs & societies
Local groups, clubs & societies
Local groups, clubs & societies
The bone match is....
Femur - A Humerus - C Sternum - D Clavicle - B
1. Skull, 2. Clavicle 3. Sternum 4. Humerus 5. Coccyx 6. Femur 7. Radius 8. Tibia
Pictograms 1) Ants in Your Pants 2) Element of Surprise 3) Double Date
1) The Scarlet Letter 2) 3 3) The Speed of Light 4) Arkansas 5) Manchester 6) The Shamen 7) C 8) An AA Battery 9) Louisiana 10)Carat, Cut, Clarity & Colour
Numbers that Count
…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
Fun Quiz: ABC
Index of Advertisers
The February 2020 issue of the popular community directory for Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham.