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to the January MAY Issue of Three Villages! Well, the last cracker has been pulled, the last le5over turkey consumed in a curry and the recycling bins are overﬂowing with cardboard boxes and wrapping paper! We hope your Christmas wishes have come true and your resolu+ons for 2019 have been made! If one of those resolu+ons is to support the local economy by shopping local, then please do use the businesses in the magazine… you’ll get a great service! If you are a business owner and your resolu+on is to grow your business, please give us a call to ﬁnd out about our winter warmer oﬀers for new adver+sers! We also welcome news of your clubs, socie+es and ac+vi+es to ﬁll the community pages. Un+l next +me...
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Community News & Events
Community News & Events
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
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Tringhams West End Centre and Lunch Club Fancy ge(ng out of the house for a bit, enjoying home cooked food and mee+ng 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 coﬀee 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 diﬀerence to people’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. – 11.30 a.m. 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 cer+ﬁcates and registered with their Local Authority. In addi+on plants, fruit and vegetables in season are available. A varied selec+on of cra5 stalls including local ar+sts 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 cra5s 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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What can you do if you have been sanctioned? If you’re receiving employment-related benefit payments such as Job Seekers Allowance (JSA), Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) or Universal Credit you could suffer a “benefits sanction”. This can happen if you miss Job Centre meetings, fail to achieve agreed objectives or are suspected of attempting benefit fraud. You could then lose ALL your benefit payments for between 4 weeks and 3 years.
You'll get a letter telling you about your decision - it may be changed or you may get an explanation of why the sanction is upheld. The letter will also tell you how you could appeal to a tribunal. Avoid getting another sanction
If you’re struggling to complete all the work-related activities in your claimant commitment, you might be able to get them changed. Contact the Universal Credit helpline and say you’d like an appointment with your If you’re struggling for cash you might be able to get some emergency money to help you cover household work coach because you need to change your claimant commitment. Explain why and tell them about expenses like food and bills. A hardship payment is usually a loan, so you’ll have to pay it back when your any changes in your circumstances. If you have an online journal for Universal Credit you sanction ends. The Jobcentre will usually get the should also add a note to it, telling your work coach money back by taking an amount of money from your Universal Credit payment each month until it’s paid off. that you need to change your claimant commitment. You can only get a hardship payment if you meet all Try to look for work the following conditions: Apply for hardship payments
• You must be 18 or over (16 if your payment is •
reduced because of fraud). You must be struggling to meet your basic needs or the basic needs of a child or young person you’re responsible for. 'Basic needs' include accommodation, heating, food and hygiene. You must have made every effort to stop spending money on non-essential things such as entertainment or leisure activities. You must have done everything you can to get money from other sources before you can apply. The Jobcentre should be reasonable about what you can do in your circumstances. For example, you won't be expected to sell your belongings, move house, or get a bank loan or credit card. But you could be expected to ask friends or family for money, look for other benefits (eg from your local council, or local charities), or ask for extra hours if you work. You must have done all the work-related activities that you were supposed to do in the 7 days before you apply for a hardship payment.
You may also be able to continue receiving housing and council tax benefits from your local council.
If you have enough money for travel, you could still attend meetings at the Job Centre and go for job interviews. If you need more help If you still can’t make ends meet, please contact us at Citizens Advice and we may be able to provide helpful advice, refer you to a food bank or help you apply to a local charity for a grant. Find out more at
Citizens Advice Surrey Heath Is a local charity which provides free, confidential and impartial advice to anyone living or working in Surrey Heath. Between 10 and 4 from Monday to Thursday you can phone us on 03444 111444 or visit us at
Can you challenge the sanction? You can ask for the DWP to rethink their decision if you think you've been sanctioned unfairly. This is called ‘mandatory reconsideration’ - the contact details will be on the letter sent to you about your sanction. You'll need to tell them why you think the sanction was wrong. You can get help on our national website citizensadvice.org.uk if you search for “the arguments for challenging a sanction” and “checking if you were given the right sanction”.
Rear of Library, Knoll Road Camberley, GU15 2SY 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
Fun Quiz: Review of the Year 1) Fifth 6) Saudi Arabia 2) Ikea 7) Dancing Queen 3) South Korea 8) Sussex 4) The National Lottery Results 9) Give birth 5) Hair Loss 10)Three Lions
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How many jewels does he collect when taking the most direct route?
What is the minimum number of different colours you would need to fill in all the white areas so that no two areas that share a border are the same 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
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The January 2019 issue of the popular Community Magazine for Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham.