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Welcome to the village directory Hi everyone, Welcome to the first edition of 2012, I’d like to wish you a Happy New Year (albeit belated). I hope you had a great Christmas and the return to work wasn’t too much of a challenge. I never seem to realise how beneficial the seasonal break is until I return to work with a renewed calm. Unfortuantely, this year the calm was short lived when I realised that one of my deadlines was earlier than the others! The Village Directory is now in its seventh year but deadlines still challenge my stress levels! Over the years the magazine has proven itself as valuable resource in the areas it reaches, not just for promoting local business, but also for promoting local community items. Community fud raising events are advertised free of charge and free editorial space is also available to create awareness for local organisations, schools,

church communities and even for private individual fund raising challenges. The six Village Directory areas provide a total coverage of just over 37,000 rural homes and business, so you can reach out to your own local community via this magazine or reach out further with inclusion in any of the others. The choice is yours. Remember, the magazine is delivered via Royal Mail so it’s the best way to reach the rural community. Please contact me if you think the magazine can help with your community or charity project. If ever your magazine fails to arrive please let me know, I’ll send you a magazine right away and do my best to ensure you’re not missed again. Thank you for your support,

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By Jackie Witcher Tenterden & District Horticultural Society

Is it too late to say Happy New Year to you all? No? Good! And did we all get what we wanted in our Christmas stockings? Well I must have been a really good girl, cos I got just about everything I really needed. Some really good gardening gloves (must go through at least six pairs a year!), and a very good quality stainless steel hand fork, (this I am very impressed with as the handle is soft moulded plastic and very comfy to use. Unlike the wooden type handle, which the end of the shaft seems to bruise the upper palm of my hand, this one has a grip instead). I also got the book I wanted on fruit and fruit trees, (The Amateur Gardener book on Fruit), mainly because I am still unsure and nervous on pruning my new fruit trees, so must study the methods used. I was also given a wicked tool for splitting plants. I’d never seen one like it before, it’s called a Japanese gardeners trowel. In Japan its called a hori hori meaning dig dig! It has a serrated edge to it, and I hasten to add that it is not sharp and just the right weight required. It can also be used for weeding and digging. Husband gave me a new stainless steel fork and spade with genuine willow shafts, very posh! I shall be frightened to use them! But, and don’t laugh, the best gardening pressy I was given was a string tin. Silly isn’t it. They’re not expensive to buy yet I never did get round to it and always keeping my string in an old plastic pot! I shall look forward to using them all, shame its raining today as I’m getting the gardening urge and could do with some gardening therapy after Christmas and all the indulgences that went with it. The saddest thing? Nobody bought me any compost (sigh).



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Taking a turn around the plot the other day I was surprised to see just how many spring flowers there were, not only emerging but actually flowering. I have at the moment, not only snowflake, the larger version of snowdrop, but also hellebores, daffodils and even the roses have continued flowering. The hyacinth and drumstick primula buds are coming through along with the crocus and will be in full bloom within the next week or so. I think that the good Lord is enjoying a game with us gardeners and not only confusing the plants with the un-seasonal warm weather but us as well! Mind you if they all bloom together what a kaleidoscope of colour the garden will be, but there shall also be a vacant spell following, until the later spring/early summer flowers arrive.

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hang up a “bug house”, which is a like a small bunch of hollow canes tied together, to encourage the ladybirds and lace wings to hibernate over winter in my garden. But I don’t think many of them decided to have a snooze this year as I have seen quite a few of both around in the garden. Lets hope we don’t get frosts now. Coffee time – yippee. No Christmas cake this year but instead some very yummy chocolate coconut macaroons. Wonder if its being greedy having two. Hmmmmmm, Now what was my New Years Resolution? -


The hot and cold beds seem to have survived their upheaval and new sprouts are appearing on the perennials in the beds. But the one thing I am looking forward to seeing are the new tulips bulbs that were planted. There were a few unusual ones, as were Established 1997 reported in the December issue, I don’t have a great £5 Off deal of luck with tulips, so fingers crossed. a Full Groom. I am keeping a close eye on the cuttings that were taken and plants that were split, as this warm weather may encourage an early batch of aphids etc. I did Groundcare Division

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the home Family Law - ‘Mend it, don’t end it’ In the latest of a series of articles about legal matters affecting the family, Nigel Clarke, Resolution Accredited Specialist, Collaborative Solicitor & Family Mediator from Canterbury Law Solicitors writes: How about some good news to cheer us up as we enter the New Year with bleak forecasts about the economy, perhaps for several more years to come? Britain’s oldest married couple celebrated their 75th wedding anniversary on new year’s day and a photograph showed the couple, Robert and Susan Erskine (aged 100 and 99 respectively) smiling, holding hands and saying ‘we love one another as much now as we did then’.

Alongside this wonderful photograph was the headline ‘Mend it, don’t end it’, the sobering advice from a senior High Court judge reflecting his grave concern about the rising social and financial cost of the increase in the divorce rate. The well respected judge, Sir Paul Coleridge, suggests that marriage breakdown is on the increase again, especially so amongst the age group sometimes described as the ‘empty nesters’. The ‘grey divorce’ is a big growth area, perhaps because couples no longer feel the need to stay together for the sake of the children who have left home or perhaps because people are living longer. It is now not uncommon for people to petition for divorce after 30 or 40 years of marriage. The family justice system is creaking under the strain. Worryingly, there are an estimated 3.8 million children currently caught up in the court system waiting 12 months or more for a hearing.


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business Despite the advice that we should work hard to stay together and promote the gold standard of marriage, surely no-one readily gives up on a long term relationship or marriage without good reason. The breakdown of any relationship is a tragedy for the people concerned, their friends and relations. In a civilised society we would all welcome any initiative that would help support and strengthen the foundations of any long term relationship - perhaps this is part of the vision of the big society - but for many couples, staying together is no longer an option. In these cases surely the family justice system needs to focus on providing specialist help, guidance and support for the couple as they try to plan for their lives apart. In this way couples can preserve their dignity, a loving parental relationship with their children, financial well-being and, yes, sometimes preserve friendships with their former partner or spouse.

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Heat half the butter and the oil in a large deep frying pan. Add the sliced leeks and garlic and fry over a medium-high heat until softened but not brown. Stir in the rice and cook for one minute.


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Heat the rest of the butter in a separate frying pan and fry the mushrooms over a high heat for 2-3 minutes until golden brown. Stir the Parmesan cheese into the risotto and season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper.


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LOCAL MARKETS CHALLOCK Challock Memorial Hall, Blind Lane. 1st & 3rd Friday of each month 1pm to 4pm Contact Pauline Hickson 01233 740979

THE BARN SHOP TRADITIONAL MARKET Challock - 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month 10am – 2pm Contact 01233 740237 As from Tuesday 21st February Barbara-Ann will be opening the Roundels for Evening Dining Contemporary English Cuisine accompanied by a Fine Extensive Wine List. - Or just join us for a Glass of ice cold Beer or Wine to soak up the atmosphere. Menus will be on Display. We look forward to welcoming you. Please book to avoid disappointment. Opening Hours: 10am - 11pm Tuesday - Saturday The Courtyard, Evegate, Station Road, Smeeth, Ashford, Kent TN25 6SX Tel: 01303 813175

CHARING COUNTRY MARKET Charing Church Barn 9.30 -11.00 every Thurs morning Contact 01233 740176

EGERTON Every Friday 2 - 4.30pm Millennium Hall

ROLVENDEN - 01580 240763 Every Thursday 10am -12 noon St Mary’s Church and the Village Hall

RYE FARMERS MARKET Every Wednesday at Strand Quay 10am - 1 pm (12pm Oct - April)

RYE MARKET Every Thursday at the Cattle Market Car Park. Early till around 3pm (depending on the weather)

RYE COMMUNITY MARKET Rye Community Centre, Conduit Hill. Every Friday 10am -10.45am

TENTERDEN COUNTRY MARKET Every Friday 9.30am -11.30am St Mildred’s Church Hall, Church road.

WAREHORNE Warehorne Village Hall 10am -1pm 4th Sunday of the month Tel: 01233 733718 or Mob: 07979 905600.

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Events February Thur 9 Feb - National Trust (Tenterden and District) Church Hall, Church Road, Tenterden. 2.30 pm “Natural History of the Cuckmere Valley” Patrick Coulcher Visitors welcome. Further information 01580 764791. Monday, 6 February at 7:30pm in the New Hall, Winchelsea. Winchelsea Film Night: Midnight in Paris. All welcome, £5 per head. Bar.


Monday 6 Feb ASHFORD MUSIC SOCIETY MELISSA KENNY Munster Trust Artist Harp Recital. Melissa was born in France and studied at Toulouse Conservatoire and since 2008 at Trinity College of Music, London. She plays regularly as a soloist in France and London. Melissa will entertain us with a programme of music which will include works by Spohr, Faure, Manuel De Falla, Debussy and others. Sponsored by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust. Venue: The Norton Knatchbull School at 7.30 p.m. Tickets: £12 (Adults); £3 (Students) Contact: Brenda McCormack on 01233-622971 or Hilary Pittock on 01233-623700.

NEW CYCLE CLUB IN TOWN Do you: a) Have a dusty unused bike in the shed or garage? (b) Want to explore your local area and get fit? (c) Want to enjoy our glorious Wealden surroundings? (d) Resent paying your gym fees & not going? Or maybe you are a more experienced cyclist looking for a local group to ride with? I am hoping to start a local cycle group for Tenterden & St Michaels & surrounding areas in time for spring 2012. It will be for all abilities, from beginners onwards. Experienced riders would be needed from the outset to help with leading rides in my absence, as well as offering support and advice for new riders. If you think this may be for you please contact me by email or text, email contact preferred Email or text on 07724141115

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Award Winning Concept Restaurant Comes to Rye An exciting new restaurant opens from Dec. 1st 2011 in the White Vine House in Rye High Street. We can't wait for you to sample The Ambrette experience in our fantastic new setting, so reserve your table by using the booking form provided on our website or call us on 01797 222043.

Our inaugural concept restaurant in Margate Old Town has won numerous culinary awards including: 1 Rated 8th in UK and 1st in South East Toptable Sept. 2011 1 Certificate of Excellence 2011 1 Recommended in the Michelin Guide 1 Recommended in The Good Food Guide 1 Winner Best Front Of House Restaurant Show 2010 Earls Court

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Sample Menu Starters Fresh fillet of south coast sardine ........... Delicate fillet of claresse .......................... Tender breasts of wood pigeon ............... Tender breast of British chicken ............... Succulent belly ribs of local pork .............

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Main Courses All main courses served with fragrant rice.

Delicious local beef mince with organic cracked wheat and fragrant beef cake ... £8.95 Gently spiced south coast crab ................ £9.95 Breast of British chicken .......................... £11.95 Tender and juicy loin of local pork ..... £12.95 Breast of Gressingham duck ..................... £15.95

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No Partner Required! Two Left Come and join Feet Cured! the new beginners course at Tenterdenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s line dance club. Thursday evening at 7pm . Call 01233 850565 or 07873579581 for more information. London Beach Golf Club Tenterden Singers T: Martin Bailey 01233 820322 T: 01580 766279 Rehearsals on Tuesday evenings Tenterden Angling & Preservation 8pm in the Music Block of Soc. Mac Lawrence 01580 765157 Homewood School. Musical Director: Stephen Pusey Tenterden Tennis Club Ashford Ramblers T: 01580 762440 Homewood Badminton Club Meet T: 01233 668762 Tuesday Evenings At Tenterden The Tenterden Club Leisure Centre. Contact Doreen Church Road, Tenterden Mackey 01580 762965 T: 01580 762888 Lions Club Of Tenterden Angling Society 01580 765157 John Mills Tel: 01580 761962


Free Lipreading Tuition for the hearing impaired; Friday afternoons in Tenterden. Contact Susan 01233 613198 (5 - 7pm) Tenterden & District Motor Cycle Club T: Keith Francis 07740 974592 Info@tenterdenanddistrictmcc. www.tenterdenanddistrictmcc.

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Homewood And District Astronomical Association (Hadas) Meets 2nd Thurs of each month, 7.30pm, Homewood School. Martin Frey: 01233 758222 Royal British Legion. 2nd Tuesday of every month (except Jan, Aug & Dec) 7.30pm White Lion Hotel. Just come along or call Bill Chantler. 01580 763 266. Women’s Institute: Tenterden: Mrs A Miller, 01580 761994 St. Michaels: Mrs B. Watkins 01580 765085 Tenterden Glebe: Judith Pickford Tel: 01580 762200 Young Wives: St. Michaels Mrs. J. Coombs 01580 763733 Tenterden and District Twinning Association, (twinned with Avallon, France) Contact Jean Anderson 01580 763459

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Sinden Theatre Homewood School Contact: Dave Hutton T: 01580 764222 Ext 284, or 07821 608342 Benenden Players Tenterden Operatic & Dramatic Society Mrs. A. Patrick 01580 241966 Tenterden Youth Club Mr K Thornton 01233 850310 Tenterden U3A T: Caroline Wycherley 01580 766878. If you are over 50 with time to spare, the U3A offers you leisure activities and an opportunity to meet like-minded people in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Weald U3A For the dynamic over-50’s, friendly monthly meetings in Tenterden & wide choice of Interest groups Contact Jean Morgan: 01233 770321 St Michaels Village Community Group Meet once a month, please check our website for event information and details of our next meeting Learn Real French Weekly discussion group, in Tenterden T: 07771 601986 Parkinson’s UK, Ashford Branch. Meets 1st Wednesday of every month at Godinton Village

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Rotary Club Of Tenterden Clive Wilson 01580 765734 Rye & Winchelsea Rotary Club Membership: 01797 225739 Meetings: 01797 226380 Tenterden & District Residents’ Assoc. Chris Mason 01580 765199 Iden & Playden Garden Society Tel: Morris Metcalf 01797 280205 Rye Tourist Information Centre 01797 229049 Sinden Theatre (Arts College) 01580 763826 www.sindentheatre. biz

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Transport Bus Enquiries Arriva Bus Enqs: 0844 800 44 11 Stage Coach East Kent: 0871 200 22 33(Timetable) 08456 00 22 99(Customer Services) National Train Enquiries Wealden Wheels 01233 840000 Mobile: Kevin: 07821 387727 John: 07851 395210 Rye & District Community Transport 01797 227722

Charities Tenterden Charities Michael Wells 01580 762353 Volunteer Bureau Town Hall, 24 High Street. Tenterden, Tn30 6an 01580 765819 Rother Voluntary Action 01797 229600 Age Concern 01580 764158 CARM 01233 758122 Macmillan Cancer Support Patricia Wilson 07736 711822 Parkinson’s UK, Ashford Branch Robert Gurney 01233 666577 Royal British Legion Major Alan O’Hagan 01580 765630 e: Women’s Section: N. Holman 01580 762302 St. John Ambulance Brigade Russel Parkin 01580 766245 S E Kent Multiple Sclerosis Society 07767 326138 Tenterden Active Retirement (Tenara) Chair: Teri Witcher 01580 763892 Tenterden Disabled In Action Tenterden Day Centre 01580 761060

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