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to the June Issue of Three Villages! I can hardly believe that three years ago (yes three!!!) I was writing about us all going off to put a cross in a box to decide if we wanted to stay in the EU…. And we are still shilly-shallying about! Luckily the pragmatism required in Westminster is alive and well in our area and small business is still forging a path ahead regardless. In fact, in these uncertain times, I quite often resort to thinking locally to make sense out of it all! So let’s boost the local economy while we wait for those “in power” to sort things out! If you have a business in the area, please do get in touch so we can spread the word of your (no doubt) fabulous services to your neighbours in Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham ... Local customers can also help to reduce your carbon footprint, so brownie points all round! We are heading into silly summer season... A special offer awaits the first 10 new customers to confirm a booking with us, so don’t waste time, contact us today! As always, we are always keen to hear from you if you have details of local events, clubs and societies that we can include in our community pages. Until next time!

Beauty: Sensa onal Summer Skin Books: Summer Reads Technology: Great Outdoors NDC New Showroom Kids Page Just for Fun Horoscopes Ask Andy: Keeping Clean Cake & Bake: Strawberry & Cream Eclairs Ac v8: World Wellbeing Week

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Feature: Volunteers Week Recipe: Vegetable & Chilli Noodle Bowl The Village Grapevine Wordwheel Fun Quiz: Last Lines Wordsearch Community News and Events Hidato CAB: Fed up with Junk Mail Local Groups, Clubs & Socie es Puzzle Solu ons Numbers that Count Index of Adver sers Disclaimer

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Each row, column and 3x3 box must contain the numbers 1through to 9 just once. This can be done by applying logic– you don’t have to guess!

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COULD YOU BE A VOLUNTEER WELLBEING BUDDY? SUPPORTING CLIENTS IN RECOVERY FROM MENTAL ILL HEALTH AMIGO matches volunteers with clients who require support to move forward on their journey of recovery from mental ill health. Volunteers will help clients make connections with local community activities whilst helping them to boost their confidence and motivation. Volunteers are recruited, trained and supported by Voluntary Support North Surrey and expenses are covered. This is a very flexible volunteer role. We are looking for volunteers who are available at various times of the week (weekdays, evenings or weekends) and there is no minimum time commitment. There are opportunities to volunteer across several boroughs: Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, West Elmbridge and Woking.

Interested in becoming a Volunteer Wellbeing Buddy? Please contact Laura or Lynnette for more information: Email: buddy@voluntarysupport.org.uk Phone: 01276 707565

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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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Are you wondering if you can draw or paint? Or do you know already but want more prac#ce 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) (june.pugh@ntlworld.com) or Terry Woodger (01276 451 647) (terrywoodger@fanfarecom.com)

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Community News & Events If you are interested, please email lightwatertoddlergroup@hotmail.co.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 craL 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 craLs people to become members of Windlesham Country market.

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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 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

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL OUR PENSION WISE TEAM

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Fed up with Junk Mail? Waste disposal company Veolia have calculated that the average home receives around 650 items of unwanted mail every year. If you’re fed up with your letterbox being full of “junk”, there’s no single organisation that you can register with, but here are some actions you can take: Get a letterbox sticker Put a ‘no junk mail’ sign on your door. You can make a sign yourself or you can order stickers online from Veolia – email your name, address and request to sheffieldenquiries@veolia.co.uk.

Return to sender If you get junk mail with a return address on the envelope, you should write “Unsolicited mail, return to sender” on the envelope and then post it - you don’t have to pay.

Contact Royal Mail You can tell Royal Mail to stop to delivering unaddressed mail to your address. You can find the form you need online by searching “royalmail opt out”, but Royal Mail will send you a copy of the form if you can’t print it yourself. You can phone them on 0345 266 0858 or email them your name and address at optout@royalmail.com. You'll stop getting unaddressed junk mail within 6 weeks but this won’t stop addressed advertising material.

Report scam mail If you want to report a potential postal scam you can write to Royal Mail at Freepost Scam Mail, phone 0800 0113 466, or email: scam.mail@royalmail.com

Register with the Mailing Preference Service This will stop most advertising material that’s addressed to you personally. You can register at the MPS website mpsonline.org.uk or you can contact them by phone on 020 7291 3310 or email mps@dma.org.uk. You should start to notice a difference soon after registering - it can take up to 4 months for the service to be fully effective. Stop charity marketing mail You can contact the Fundraising Preference Service if you want to stop getting marketing mail from a charity registered in England, Wales or Northern Ireland. They'll tell them to remove your contact details within 28 days. The best way to do this is to register on their website fundraisingpreference.org.uk. You can register over the phone if you prefer on 0300 3033 157. Contact your electoral registration office You can search for your local electoral registration office on GOV.UK. Ask them to take your details off the ‘open register’ - this is a list of people and addresses that can be bought and used for sending junk mail. Tick the box that says “opt out” of the open register whenever you’re asked to register. Contact the sender directly If you want to stop getting mail from a particular sender, contact them directly. Include this sentence: “Please stop processing my personal data for direct marketing purposes in accordance with Article 21 of the GDPR within one month of the date above.”

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Be tickbox alert In future, you should check any forms that you fill in for tickboxes that say something like “I give permission for third parties to contact me” or “I give you permission to contact me”. Ticking (or unticking) the boxes will prevent you from getting junk mail from that company. If you give your contact details over the phone or online make sure you tell them not to send you marketing mail or give your details to anyone else.

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


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Codeword Solution

Pictograms

Kids Page:

1) Elvis has left the building 2) Cat among the pigeons 3) Close quarters

The “coin clock” solution is: 1) 12 onto 3 2) 7 onto 4 3) 10 onto 6 4) 8 onto 1

Hidato

Fun Quiz: Last Lines 1) King Kong 2) They should be in rhyming couplets, and they should not be performed in rehearsal The life of Pi

Puzzle Solutions

Sudoku

3) 4) Amen 5) The Dirty Dozen 6) Romeo (from Romeo and Juliet) 7) The Owl and the Pussycat 8) London Bridge is falling down 9) Steven Spielberg 10)The female of the species is more deadly than the male

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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Three Villages June 2019  

The June2019 issue of the popular community magazine for Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham

Three Villages June 2019  

The June2019 issue of the popular community magazine for Bagshot, Lightwater and Windlesham

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